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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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Suspect, Returned From California To Face Keystone Murder ChargesThree

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years and four and Melrose discovered the (shot. more than once, with County grand jury on July 23, ing to Starke with Taylor two Reddish described Tayloras
months ago a horrified early- nearly-nude bodies of two weapons of at least .25 calibre 1974 on three counts of first days later. "congenial" and his atti-
I morning customer of NeWs lemale beauticians sprawled Late' last Thursday afternoon degree murder in the case, "Everything moved like tude as "generally good and
Style Shop on Highway 21 in a small storage room of the ( ,'30-year-old Carl Robert was brought back here to ,clockwork," Reddish said cooperative" on the return
between Keystone /Heights shop. Both women had been Taylorllndicted; by a Bradford possibly stand trial for his "thanks to the coordination of
alleged part in the triple details by John Kearns, assis- trip.Sherman McCrary, Taylor's
crime. tant chief of police in Sacramento father-in-law, also under three
"We can now see the end of ," Reddish and Kearns first degree murder Indict-
the line In this case," Sheriff, had become well acquainted ments returned by the Brad-
Dolph Reddish said, obviously at FBI training schools in ford County grand jury,
weary, of the 40-month con; Washington! DC. and the Reddish said, was not extra-
tinuing investigation. Addi- friendship paid off in the effi- dicted at this time because of df
tional months were consumedby cient work of Kearns in hand- prior jurisdictional holds on ,
ily the extradition ling all routine details of the him by courts In several other
s complicated by jurisdictionalholds mission from the time states

e .f z on the men by courts In Reddish and Etchison arrivedin The crime that shocked this
other states. Another handi-' Sacramento until their usually peaceful area of t
cap to the investigation was departure with Taylor. Northeast Florida and .
the difficulty of communicating The only "bug" in the oper touched off a nationwide man r6, J
over the 3,000-mile distance ation that had caused Sheriff hunt, is believed to have "
between Florida and Reddish any apprehension occurred shortly after 9 am. Ur
IWNe California. "I had to make failed to' materialize He hadheard Tuesday, Nov 30, 1971 as F w, ; i I
three trips out there duringthe reports that PSA (Pad beauty operators Bobbie L
investigation, and that Southwest Airlines) had Turner, 38, of Lake Geneva, ,
gets pretty expensive," the regulations that would not and Patricia (Pat) Marr, 22 4
sheriff saidReddish permit a person to travel its of Melrose, were preparing to
accompanied by line in handcuffs One leg of receive customers at the
Mike Etchison agent in the:return trip, from Sacra- beauty shop, located on a
charge of the Jacksonvilleoffice mento to Los Angeles, had to lonely stretch of Highway 21 in
Florida Department of be. made aboard PSA, but the southeast tip of Bradford
Criminal Law Enforcement, Reddish said they County. Carl Taylor (right), extradited murder suspect arrives at '
left Tuesday, March 25, by encountered no difficulty in The bodies of' the women Bradford County (ail after plane flight from California. At left Is
Taylor looks on as Sheriff Reddish and) Etchlton check through personal belong- plane for Sacramento, Calif,, boarding the. plane with Taylor were discovered In a small Mike Etchison, Florida Department of Criminal Law Enforcement
Ings while booking him at county |ail., site of Folsom Prison, return- cuffed. See Page 15)) who accompanied Sheriff Reddish on trip.


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"The Sweettst Strawberries This Side Of Heaven"I Gain Approval

96th Year STARKE FLORIDA 15 Cents
37th Issue Thursday Aprils, 1975 Copy
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I! $1 5,9.94 Damages, YM r N(, r Of School Board


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Awarded 2 Farmers : "A.wrs Nei STARKE ; The top end of Supt. Jim Temple's "bare bones" -.Killing formula lor

_r 1975-76 was unanimously approved by the Bradford School Hoard in a special meeting

; ,. Monday night.
Besides Temple the top level county school staff next year will include Assistant

Over Cucumber SeedJennings Supt. W.L.. Kilpatrick, Business Manager Eddie Douglas, and Curriculum Director

Richard Jockel. The staff of each of the three assistants was also approved in v\ hat is

) and Morris cumstances were different in termed a "Central Services Staffing Chart," including administrative help, maintenance,
Starling of Graham doing each case and consolidation and transportation (bus drivers).
l business! as Brook or (Farms. would result in
were awarded $ ;JU4.13 in testimony. confusing Thus the board approved with no changes the first step in reorganizing the school stal'l'for I!

damages late Thursday afternoon In their bill of complaint, } next year when it will be operating minus! some $400,000 in fund from the current
March 27, in their civil the Starlings said they pur- year's level.

suit against a California Seed chased 64. pounds of Hybrid Board Member Pat school system is maintenance.. be an Co, following lour-day trial. Ashley cucumber seed from Spengler questioned Kilpatrick's Hall said. officer, a purchasing control
The Mx-man jury received Keystone Seed Co of California -: position, asking why After much hesitation the agent, a hall-tune operations
I lie case at I:31)1 : (> u,m. and pondered in February 1970, and 20 can't"office, help" with a desk board voted unanimously on a budget accounting cleik. a
.. testimony additional pounds from B,D. and telephone coordinate motion by Board Member half-time key punch operator,
the/cnm..le"
for"t: '+ /. : tglirgtrs' Walton of(, Sanford In April., It 6Nt. Oe.NWhY we and a halt-lime elalaCurrluulum prceessj'p"hip'dirbrrmaretrra -
W uot! : ; !, : ; .The-weea-were planted ht two- ? ; "","brieYA'th0fitlkM"J1'"P9th9fiy '
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j before returning a verdict Iwvldo have a nigh'salaried \ : ," ;
alter ;5 p,m. lots about March 1 and April rl t wt'j' 'person?" Mrs Sp& gler to approve the central Lulling I Director' ,'., ::
of 12, according to the bill of Richard Jockel. hunT Sup!!
In' tiling out the courtloom. asked' saying Kilpatrick's plan.Besides
one of the juror'slem.iiked. complaint. $19,300 salary squats two his duties of assist- Temple says is "a good l mini
"1t was u tough Cucumbers' produced from school teachers.. ing Supt. Temple Kilpat rick's but he can work only 24 hoursa
these plantings were "short includes day. is chaiged\ with.compiehensive -
decision. I I'd rather have bc-c-n! job description
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!seivnif on II i minder case"I and stubby, were not of discernable '"A bus is a classroom, said supervision over maintenance planning, cmricu-
variety, and yield Chairman Rodney Hall, warehousing inventory lum'' development, pupil personnel "
Two I similar suits, brought ,was approximately 200 stressing the importance of warehousing and A,V. repair, services (guidance,
against l (F'erry Morse Seed Co? bushels per acre less than the transportation system and collective bargaining person- psychological, testing! health
I Ll' by' other iirea growers would be expected from "suit- the fact that the school is nel recruitment and job and wellareii!/ '," exceptionalchild ..
I.lo\el I)val of Brooker and able seed" of the same variety responsible for a student until analysis and classification education, h'dl'l-all'url'j-
(Eddie: Stalling of Graham are under growing conditions prevailing he steps off the bus at home culum programs, media services
believed out ol court, t though 110 official the Starlings.The kins stressed that transports be 2 mechanics, 33 bus safety education, and ( rug
notice has IH.M.-II received\ lor growers said they pro-' lion and maintenance need drivers, an administrative education
I he re'eord duced a crop of cucumbers supervision and coordinationfrom secretary, an electrician, a Working under Jockel will
A molion by' the plaintiffs to averagi ng only 244.. bushels per Local dignataries watched as Strawberry Quern La la In llrrres cut the ribbon at II a.m. the administrative level. carpenter plumber; an air- be a secretary/ ', a receptionist
consolidate the cases into one acre of marketable cucum- Wednesday to officially open the 1975 Bradford County Fair See story and photos on Page 16 Kilpatrick is the board'schief conditioning technician, and a and press' opctalor. and a
lirul was denied by the court bers, which brought a returnof mid throughout this Issue of the Telegraph The fair runs through Saturday night. Miss negotiator, Supt. Temple custodian, coordinator( ol the federal
upon objection b> (Kerry only $13,940.80. This plant- America appears today (Thursday,April 3) from 2-4 p.m. and from 7-0 p.m. pointed out, a job expected to Business will Manager handle financial Eddie Title 1 piogram
:Morse who argued I that cir (See Page 15)) take 60 to 80 days of the assistant Douglas reports, accounts payable Monday, night's action

superintendent's time in budget control, payroll federal leaves the I school board in a

I City Initiates Inexpensive Zoning Beef-Up the"Frankly coming year.thought it was a chasing accounting food service bidding, school, pur criteria position it April will 14 use to in determine elisnussuig -

base thing. I still think so," budgets and reports, and data personnel which must l ht'
said Chairman Hall, One of processing Cut I Iron I the system t through

'I'he Starke City Council took request should come from the funds are already tied up Lester Willingham that collection lee .portion of his ,the biggest weaknesses of the Working under l Douglas will hiidgc-1. reductions.annual! contract Over 20picsent
initial steps toward a beeled- Zoning Board itself, and except occupational license "someone's going to get killedif utilities billTorode .Icaclursniav' lace loss ol their
up /oning program Tuesday Schaefer appointed members fees, which amount to very you keep using the old said the city failed
,i'1's whenpresentsupersfoury'and
night with the appointment of Vernon Silcox and Harold little and garbage fees." truck." He also warned about repeatedly to pick up his gar | administrative personnel' ,
a committee\ to check out the (Kpps to meet with the Zoning Jackson said he did not possible penalties invoked by bage and trash so he decidedto whose positions have been eliminated -
possibility 01'an "unpaid"1Ji"'Itiml' Board to discuss the appoint. think a new city hall and the OSHA, the federal safely deduct the lee Irom his bill. move down to
director ment at its meeting next Mo' two trucks would cost$250,000() ) watchdog He challenged the right of the I Uaclur positions to which
Hie action cume following' (OilY night' City Attorney George Clerk Edwards suggestedthe 'city to stop electric service dtit 14TH they :arc entitled because ol
.innoniu'erne-lit by 'hairman Call italic of Chestnut & Pierce added that if the city's council wait for another which he had paid for tenuie"I .
Charles Schaeler that Vernon llaile (Funeral Home was fiscal agent "says we can re- financial report next month Attorney Pierce told Torode ..m not at\ all ('ol11lortahleilh
\\1111 l', city gas superintendent appointed to fill the Zoning amortize and sell bonds" the'city before taking action but that (Utilities charges are \\ curriculum elepaitinenl -
hut agreed to perform Board vacancy created by the would not be eligible' for Jackson said the need was critical levied by city ordinance and ol I tins budget," Suplleinple !.
'I some 'leg work" und other recent resignation ,of Levy' 'an FmllA loan and council should pro the customer has no right to -AI: i l'l'l'l11fJhatil'dnll; \ -
administrative duties for the Lennon, Later in the meeting a una- ceed with the purchase, '
make partial payment of certain (day night, He \termed n lack ol
t'itZtmmM Board without Hopes of the city to obtain a nimous vote was cast for the Edwards said that two services and omit' others. ('ll'lIIl'nlarctMlrdll1i1liol1 and
extra: enumeration. Schaefer federal grant for constructionof purchase of a new bucket accounts, utilities and H&K. ft1s4 an exceptional child
siiid In had discussed the a new city hall and the purr truck at a, low bid of $25,700 operated in the red last (Chairman Schaefer said weaknesses programnuijor the
in curriculum
matter with members of the ,chase of needed, new equip submitted by TerwillegarMotors month-the first time ever for Torode erred by not notifying | he has rc-commc-nclcd\
soiling l>e>ard and they were ment were dashed by for the chassis, and the utilities account; the Council of his difficultiesin lor WiTb.! ;
agreeable White has had (Farmers Home Administration Hirunger Co. of North Caro- Dick Torodu appeared to getting garbage sen'ice. "Whl''eould! cut
eight years experience in zoning representative Don Tay lina for the body and lift protest the city cutting off 'and promised would be that corrected the situation next: ?" Parrish asked you(drawing '
work in Orange County, lorho told council that mechanism. electric service to his electric a laugh when he noted\ that
,
Schaefer Imid.Sl''l'ral !grants were available to cities The action followed a warn shop on W, Madison St. alter ..immediately.SVe the question'1'emple
wus put
councilmen through (FHA only for water ing by.the city's; head lineman, he failed, to pay the garbage ( Page IS) to each principal ,
expressed: agreement with the and sewer projects "II push came to shove we'd
suggc-blion., but thought thee Taylor said (FHA could move further toward adminis.
make the city a 40-year loan at Steve Simmons Steadily Improving tration." Temple said, noting
live per cent interest, but onlyif that his iota If is almost back to
!(:;n' rliil the city could show from inabilityto STARKE Steve Simmons, air-conditioner on the roof of > in contact with a 7,200 volt the days when lormer Supl.
.. obtain the money would any be shocked and burned Monday Triest Construction Co. wire which had sagged over Harmon :Morgan and former
I. --.."O;2-i other source. It fiscal when his head came in contact Doctors kept Simmons the building. assistant Larry Gibson made
-t., .1 necessary confirm to the have fact a that it with a 7,200 volt power line, is under close watch Mondayand Jimmy Ritch, an engineerat up ,the top school administra
: '\'-9'' 'agent to sell bonds improving rapidly, is alert, Tuesday to determine Clay Electric Cooperativein "f+. hrth 'o Y lion ,
was not possible and has been, moved from intensive how deep the burns are. Mrs. KH. said Tuesday that a I Jockel pleaded for the elementary -
before FHA
q"'h for this purpose care in Shands Teaching ,, Reese states that plastic surgery guy wire had broken causingthe supervisor's posi-
could make the loan.also Taylor have Hospital in Gainesville, his will be necessary to pole to lean and the wire to tion. held'' by 'Mrs. Lucille
said, must .
,The city of mother-in-law, Mrs. Dot repair a spot about the size of sag Payne since 1960 and due for
Visit The Fair some guaranteed source Reese said Wednesday a silver dollar where the cur ', After. the accident, the guy elimination; to be restored.
to offer as security ,
Daily. revenue morning rent entered Simmons head, I wire was repaired and the Mrs. Payne,cannot work out-
the since
for loan a new city
Wed Thru Sat; and on his face.Continued pole pulled back up to its original side the federal Title 1 pro-
be
Fair Grounds hall would not a revenue Simmons 'received serious monitoring of position gram she Is assigned to next
producing project and could burns when the 7,200 volts 'Simmons' heart, kidneys, and Although Hitch could not Pretty Debra Jordan, 17,of Lawtey was named 17S "Bradford year, Jockel pointed out.What
----- not amortize itself he added. entered his head traveled brain showed no damage in state how low the wire was to County Strawberry Queen this past Saturday night. she doesn't like about her new
Councilman Marc Jackson across his body and down and those areas, Mrs. Reese said. the roof, a person on the scene First runner-up was Miss Nancy Ormsbee. 17, of Lawtey. position;, Mrs., Payne said, is
SPRING BANQUETSat. said he had hoped grant out his right arm. Witnesses Simmons has been receiving right after the accident stated Second runner-up was Miss Karen. Lunn 17, of Highland. 'that _she feels it, does not
April 12 money would be available for reported hair still clinging to visitors.- the wire was approximately I Miss Ormsbee' was also voted Miss Congenality. by tier fellow warrant'a',full time person'
:30p.m.: 'construction of a city hail and the power line, and flesh Mrs. Reese states that ,five feet above the roof. contestants. "It could be done ,in two or
For Teenagers. I the purchase of a new garbage clinging to a screwdriver, Simmons regained consciousness Upon contact with the wire, Sine the Lawtey area placed all three top winners In the three' hours 'a day"" !Mrs
Methodist truck and bucket truck for the Simmons was holding in his and was rational late :i!Simmons ,was knocked down Strawberry Pageant, the town can once again hold some Payne'said, adding she could
,;I', ?I Fellowship Hall. street department.. right hand through. which the Monday afternoon,after: the -,'unconscious.: Rescue workers claim to the tin of strawberry capital of Bradford County., assist ,in the ,classroom, the,
,', ., City Clerk Merrill Edwardstook current exited.Simmons accident, but still remembers 1, had to lower him to the ground Queen Debra Is the daughter. at Marshall and Mrs. M.M. remainder '.,of the time, but
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a dim view of the proposal regained only getting In his car to leave .by securing Simmons to ,Jordan. of Lawtey. Mill Ormmbee. Is the daughter of Mrs. I would not be available ',to
ul1t ( saying(. a 1250,000 loan consciousness about 6pm. Starke Monday morning until board and lowering the boar Alice Solana of Lawtey and Miss Lunn is the daughter of Mr. assist teachers as she is now.
Community would mean adding from Monday,some five hours after he regained consciousness. with ropes.. and Mrs. William V. Lunn of Highland. All throe are (uniorsat ,Title 1 coordination is being
&tatr dank ,$IZOOO to $15.000 in additional the accident which occurredat Simmons I was, working on f Simmons was taken by ambulance -' Bradford High School.. They were chosen from a field of IS handled this year by Jockel all i
payments ''annually to thecity' Keystone Heights where)I the, roof of West. Construction .. to :Alachua General Bradford .beauties.J port of his duties.Titte I In a
r''r,; i Acc.m .N..lnU.. Simmons' an employee of Queen,Oebra will .begin her reign at Strawberry Queen' I k:I
T.1No IMp.wrd present burden 1 don'tknow ,- north' of I Keystone {y r Hospital in Gainesville but federally funded program for.
DeI'Iemwancp. Corp.fl ... what we would use for George' Brown Refrigerationof Heights on SR-Zl1 when he V,was transferred to Shands Immediately after the 1.75..lr ends. 1f74 Strawberry. ',Queen' ''disadvantage students ,being; f'.I
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collateral," he said, "since all Starke,. was Installing ana raised up and his head came 'Teaching*<*, r Hospital' Latain Herres will reign ever,the current fair. ,... \\\.I;\ ee*' ,Page Rrt*$5t. t MI rt ,10)

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FL 2)J r {Jo.J now Jf
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r t Jim Miss Baley Marilyn of Asheville Bollinger,> N.C.and 64.ide l w/

spent Thursday to Mondaywith

her parents, Dr. and Mrs. I y JociaEy ,
H. G. Bollinger. Joining the .
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family during the weekendwere
Mr. and Mrs. Jan

Douglas of Tallahassee, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Hartzell of Teenagers Spring

Orange City and FiE,
Bollinger of Gainesville.Mr. Banquet April 12


and Mrs. Richard At Meth. ChurchThe
Williams and daughter of New

Port Richey were Sunday United Methodist
President-elect Cindy Bryan of the 4-H Club carries the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Women will hold their third
symbol flag in the Christmas parade on "Trigger." Other Barksdale. -The Barksdalesalso annual spring banquet for
officers elected were (not pictured)! Vice-President Jimmy had as Thursday to teens on Saturday, April 12, at
Scott. Secretary Paula Anderson, and Reporter Timmy Tuesday guests Mrs. Keith : : 6:30: p.m. in the Methodist
Bryan Patrick S.C.and daughter of St. : Fellowship Hall
George,
The program will feature

pcopee yDl/JfJOW Carol Bloodworth of St. "Agape a 15 member .h
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Johns River Junior College singing group from Hilliard J.. A
and other entertainment.
:
and Ellen Bloodworth of
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Waters Teenagers from Middle Girl Scouts Visit
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green and daughter of-Middleburg Valdosta State College were School through college age are ,
/iiiui children of Tallahasseewere and Mrs. John home for the weekend.Mr. .
and Mr. invited to attend. Tickets at $1 Wash. D.C.
visiting Mrs. Lex Green Bradley, Jr. and son were each are available at the
and Mrs. Wilbur r
last week. Sunday guests of their Barry ,J church office or from Mrs.
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and children of Gainesville During HolidayGirl
and Mrs. J. L.
parents, Mr. Don Hardenbrook at the
... .. ... ---- Bradley, Sr.at Kingsley Lake. spent Sunday with her : Florida State Telephoneoffice. -
parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. C. : scout cadette troop 520
DUNCAN'SLawn Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Hobbs. 9 r spent Friday, March 28, to

Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and Wednesday, April 2, in
Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Elton Cooper Miss Sinclair Washington, D.C.
daughters spent '
Mower Mr.and Mrs. Burke Willis andJulian -; The girls and their leaders

Ochlawaha. Moore of Dublin, Ga., Mrs. R. S. Mullins, Mrs. A. J.

RepairFormerly Sixteen members of the Mr.and Mrs. James Montuoroand IIJcc: fP LI LIWinners Honoree Eaves and Mrs. Eugenia

( With and Western Coach Carolina Paul track Jones team were Mr. and daughter Mrs..of H. Hall Tampa Jr.and and t : ct At LuncheonMrs. afternoon Whitehead by AMTRAC left Friday and

I Western Auto) evening dinner daughters of Gainesville were stayed at the Rockwood
Lawtey, Fla.Phone Saturday guests ot Mr. and Mrs. R. G. guests during the weekend of O. L. Beasley and National Girl Scout Center in
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid
The team attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin : Potomoc Maryland. They
Paterson.Florida Relays at the and attended the funeral of entertained at a buffet toured the nation's Capitoland

782-3164 University of Florida on Mrs. Baldwin's mother, Mrs. luncheon Tuesday at their visited the great. .lulls on
Hattie Bracewell, in home honoring Miss Evelyn
2 TP Friday and Saturday.aoooa the Potomoc River
Gainesville Saturday Sinclair, bride-elect. Enjoying the trip were
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afternoon. Arrangements of spring
of the 1975 Bradford County Strawberry Queen Contest are Queen Debra Jordan, flowers were used at vantage Joyce und Irene Wamw right,

Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs center first runner-up Nancy Ormsbee, left,and second runner-up Karen Lunn. Miss Ormsbeewas points in the party rooms. The Marlene Dawson, Lynn Johns

Qooa/E[ [ l ElC5EU ] J and son of Murray, Ky. spent given also in elected the Strawberry by fellow Pageant.contestants as Miss Congenallty, the first time that award has been covered individual dining tables were Eaves Catherine Sandra Sheening Darley.Andrea Janice

March 22-27 with her parents. with Imported linen Saucer, and Fitly Mullins.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry All three young ladies are from the Lawtey areas Miss Lunn is from Highland.The cloths and centered with
Stefanelli. Joining the family 1975 pageant was held in the Bradford High School auditorium for the first time, having minature arrangements of
(]J ULL[$ over the weekend were Mr. been moved from the show arena at the fairgrounds. The affair played to a near capacity sweetheart roses and sweet Meth. Church

and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli of audience in the big auditorium, and was termed a success by the Junior Woman's Club peas.The. i

(But Not Fooling Around) Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs. sponsoring Park. organization. Master of Ceremonies was Attorney John Kopelousos of Orange luncheon was served Has Egg HuntAtStricklands
Robert Stefanelli of from a beautifully appointed
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Queen Debra will begin her reign immediately after the fair. Having the beauty contest precede table overlaid with an
CJ Robert Stefanelli of the fair Is also a first for the Junior Women. Traditionally the contest had been the imported cutwork cloth and
Gainesville and their families. highlight of the final night of the fair. centered with an antique
Kate Struth
group 6 of tht'First
1. silver fruit bowl holding
;;.' >t> spring flowers. Punch was Church United Methodist its
annual
A CP8(0Cp 8 gj(0CU fKJllOCWI served to the guests on the Easter sponsored Egg Hunt Saturday'

... I porch as they arrived. Mrs."T.! afternoon
-- - at Strickland'scampground.
Green Swords T. Long presided at the punchbowl .
1 O 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McRae Mrs. W. R. Royster, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Steve .
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Brick Swords PaintingBy and grandson Shannon Smith, sons of North Augusta, S.C. Simmons andLisa Mrs. N. K. Hurst,aunt of the Approximately children participated parentsand in
attended a family reunion at spent the weekend with Mr. granddaughters and bride-to-be, Mrs. C. C. Hoppe thehunt. Prizes
Baxter the home of Mr and Mrs. A. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Casey of Miami spent the of Tampa, Mrs. T. H. Slade were awardedto
Marigold Varitus $ W. Rommel in Valrico over Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Darby Pfiester Stephen for Little and Jimmy
.1 Residential the weekend. Joining the family on Sundaywere Steve Simmons, Jr. and Mrs. assisted in serving. Bridal collecting l he-
Common most eggs; Elizabeth Anne-
Guppies Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon R. W. Reese. place cards marked the Rowell and
CommercialFree Mrs. J. M. Barron spent the of Jacksonville and Mr. and seating arrangement. for the the Kelly Carver for
--------------------------. weekend with her brother and Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr.. of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 14 guests. ,Wendee finding Hall Prize egg und to
ANACHARIS (Bundle Plants) 2/59e Estimates family, Mr. and Mrs. John F, ,Kingsley Lake. Steinmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. After the luncheon the guessing the
,Burton. at Homassa Springs. F. V. Herlong of Jacksonville guests were asked to show closest number in (the '(oily!
---------- Contract References bean contest. Each
Mr. and Mrs. Holt C. Beat'\"I:* were Sunday,visitors of Mrs. their artistic talent < by.. child was I>..
1 1)O) Worth of FREE.JISH !''Service You"' '". ...,..iMr. and Mrs":. ."HOo DuPre and family of Macon, Ga*. W. F; Herlong. :. .<....". .,. "1.sketching 'likeness' of tftEaster

ri Ultti uu* r..a.M: ..-- '. ,,;,i i-vittifc'd Mr ...J. .E.: M Jlltyre in were weekend guests of Mrs.:*, honoree and a. prize' was were>njoyi'd candy.by the' children games '
Can Trust At Jacksonville Sunday., J..L. Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. R. B: Dodd of 'awarded to the one who Mrs.
Jay Carver served
,'. With Purchase of Nashville, Tenn. were last showed the best ability as an as
Reasonable Prices Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers Sen. and Mrs. Charley Thursday visitors' of their artist. project chairman for the hunt'

'15 20 29 Gal. Aquarium and daughters of Jacksonville Johns were in Orlando over aunt, Mrs. W. F. Herlong. Miss Sinclair was given a and ,Group 6 provided and the
were Monday overnight the weekend visiting Mr. and gift from her hostesses as a eggs games
Call 9645236"Now refreshments.
Mrs.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W, W.< Mrs. James cash and family. Miss Latain Herres of memento of the occasion. John
and
Miller
Mrs.
STARKE Hood at the Holiday' Inn. Stratford Women's Collegewas Corsages Randy Johns
ENTEfl : Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson were presented to were in charge of favors and
UIf t More Than and family and two friends of home Saturday to Miss Sinclair, Mrs. Clyde prizes. Other interested
Bud Lawson of Marion, N.C. Fort Walton Beach were Wednesday. Sinclair and Mrs. T. C.
212 E. CALL ST.PII Ever Is The is visiting his parents, Mr. and weekend guests of Mrs. Ewell Chastain. participants were Mrs Belly\
964.7929 BY THE RAILROAD TRACKS Mrs. H.A. Lawson this week. Lawson. Doug Reddish returned Richards Mrs. Titus Olson.
Time To Miss Elizabeth Lawson after Mrs. H. II. Adams, Mrs. J. Ii.
Paint! of Friday undergoing
KATHLEEN & HARRY COLLIER.OWNERS;; Lake Wales joined the family surgery in North Florida Woman's Club Moseley Mrs Jenny Black
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. and
Groups 4 and 5.
TF
on Sunday and Monday. Regional Hospital
Miller of Jacksonville. weremnnlr Meets WednesdayThe Mr. andIrs.! K. W
end rt t net a of M DnA Wednesday
n= 6w UUY Strickland donated the drinks
....eu_. Mrs. C.' G. Hill. Woman'sClub of and ice, as well the
ItM Starke us
B ._. _.._.. ...._ _. '.. 197'. "**y _... Local admittances to will hold their appropriate site for (the hunt.
d coc.4 -- -. 100 ........ N.u. ... -.. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton Bradford County Hospital the April luncheon-
.-._-.. -...-..."'-100 N_- _..._.. .I-.Ia ... visited Mr. and Mrs. Russ past week include: Mrs. meeting Wednesday April 9 Mrs. Strickland was assisted
e431w1r 128 S. Walnut St. -"i.'M'-nnmsatyr- btMHv M Bedell in Gainesville Sunday. Evelyn Henry, Mrs. Lois at 12-15 p.m. at the club house. Gloria in serving by her daughter,
Hostesses will be
Thigpen, Mrs. Teresa Crosby, Mrs.
I Mrs. Gertrude McBride, Mrs. Charlie Braswell, chairman,
Mrs. Dale Johns is visiting
864.5289U
her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Alma Mrs. James Reddish, cochairman Outdoor FestivalSet

V. McBroom in Barnsville, Hanger, Mrs. Mae Vickery, Mrs. Maurice
Ga. this week. and Mrs.. Mickey Mallory, Wingate, Mrs. H.H. DuPre, Saturday
( Starke; George Huller, Mrs. William Glover, Mrs.
Keystone Heights; Harley Robert Brown, Mrs. Jim
Mr/' and Mrs. Harvee Macclenny
JPI Edwards were in Ocala over Waldron Hampton; Willie Chasteen, Mrs. T.F Dorke
ArB the weekend visiting Mr. and Southerland and Mrs. Mrs. Wayne Douglas, Mrs Bradford County residentswill
L.H. Gibson, Mrs. T.C.
Angeline Brannen, Lake Hazen
Hill.
nTI Mrs. Joe be over 80
among
Mrs. Charley E. Johns
Rosier and and
ii ., Butler; Mrs. Neta
REGISTER NOW FOR OVER i CLIP 'AI: Mrs.. Malcolm Pownall was Mrs. Marguerite 1 Lloyd, Mrs. J.D., Warren.Novelty work participants, crafts displaying lea I market, arl
TO YOU COUPON/ //'liD in Tallahassee over the Lawtey; Mrs. Shirlef -Terry, items and baked goods at the
NOME NEARE97 g aRINa IT,' weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Melrose ; Irvin Dyal, Crafters Outdoor Festival Saturday,

'W Stl,00 ;n FREE PRIZES LI! SIO.RN19N1N C9 CENTER ADCOCK family.Malcolm W Pownall and Raiford Graham;;and Mrs.Mrs.Gerrie Willie Cauley Jean, Met April 1 April The 5 Festival, in Macclenny.will be just oil

Terrell, Hawthorne.Mr. Interstate
10,
Macclenny's
,a GRAND PRIZE 1000.00 an: : Mrs.. Mike Sistrunk and The Novelty Crafters club highway 121 exit, from 8i:::!:
,.
r1.. :: of Indianola, Miss. and Mrs. Gene Wiggins
JMJfi? daughter met Tuesday, April 1 at the i a.m. to 5 p.m. ,
2nd THRU '
"
6th PRIZES $500.00 c last week with of Fairburn, Ga. and Jimmy
"i ??Ifl..,. : : spent her home of Mrs. Dorothy Combsat Sponsor Beta Sigma Pt

7th THRU 16th PRIZES 100.00 eIfl..t.; Scog parents lDs., Mr. and Mrs. C. R., Wiggins the weekend of Jacksonville with spent their The Kingsley women Lake.worked on sorority attend.is inviting everyoto

PEDESTAL TABLE PLUS AN ADDITIONAL CIrt roN/ parents, Mr. and Mrs. One stained
$50.00 LIMIT EXPrRF granny afghans, glass
n.1a..d H.w.r-d, WINNER IN .. Jfl.... ONECpUpONc JU/'II"/ Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adams of Wiggins.
'A.
bedspreads, suits
'? ',.-....L..w. Ilk.SAVI EVERY STORE / PER '91$ pants ,
CUS TOMER Brunswick, Ga. were weekend' crocheted capes, pot holders Kevin Crawford
5r s 54411 $7.07 NOTHING TO BUY -YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO guests of Mr., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Ward and yarn poodles.
*X12"i1Mr.95-. WIN. COME IN TO YOUR NEARBY BADCOCK ) u' Howard Meyer.Mr. and family of Merritt Island The hostess served refresh.menu Celebrates 7th
,
1P \tORCOMPLETEDETAILS. STORE- ,' y N s 4vi were guests last week of Mr. during the social hour.
and Mrs. J S. Walker of and Mrs. R. E. Welty. Birthday Saturday
'r' 'UP' ..,.. "!!"!' Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. and .-c.c.c.c2JW -
.,1: r'1 nil Mrs. R. W. Underhill of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Mike May and

r' ',. 1't'' I I IJ T.I' Melbourne and families spent Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs.: y..K-. Mrs. W. H. Hart entertainedat
t e ','( .. the long weekend with their George Bishop' Jr. of the home of the latter on E.
f J ;,.;ytf parents.. Mr. and Mrs. J.. H. Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy Call Street Saturday
.I Ij Moncrief. A. B. Whitehead, Jr. of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. afternoon in honor of Kevin
j Mr. and Mrs.: E. L. Lobb and and families spent Easter Seymour spent Sunday with Crawford's seventh birthday..
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Lobb and with their parents, Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Approximately 25 little
txaiwO family of Rosedale, British Mrs.'A. B. Whitehead. Harrington at Ormond Beach. friends attended. .

Columbia, Canada, Mr. and They were joined by Douglas Mr.., and Mrs. Bill Shields
L Il! Mrs. Gene Downing and Friends of Mrs, M. A. ,Seymour Tampa., and Mrs. and' Mrs. Russell
family of Atlanta and Mrs. H. Baldwin will regret to learn of Bryant furnished ponycartand

Th T. Downing of Lake City were the death' of her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Robert R. Purser and pony-back rides for the
r last Wednesday guests of Mr. Hattie 'Bracewell, who died Mrs. Christy Edwards of little guests. .
{ .kA tL and Mrs. David Montgomery last Thursday. Among those Jacksonville and Mrs. G. M, Mike Barber, Holly Shields,
attending the funeral in McCauley of Atlanta were last Karla O'Neal and Jimmy
Mr. and Mrs: R. C. Gainesville Saturday Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Lex Leonard won prizes at games.A .
Dempsey and son, Kevin, of afternoon were Mrs. Olin Green, Mrs. H. L. Speer and picnic table was set up in
Green Bay Wis. were last White; Mrs. F. J. Shaw Mrs.J. Mrs, G. J. McGriff, Sr. the yard ,from which
Friday luncheon guests of Mr. R. Kite, Mrs. i St.: W. refreshments were served.
and Mrs Houston McClane Hamilton and Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. Marlie The Mickey Mouse theme was'
Mooty. Sanderson of Fort Pierce and carried out.
Steve Crawford, Charlesand Miss Sue Morris of Pompanoare Mrs. Bill Duke Mrs.
Rick Holtzendorf and Sonny Loudon was on the guests this week of Mr. Winston Barber Mrs. Larry
Gerald Meng are on a five day President's list for the past and Mrs. S. G. Denmark in Crawford and Mrs. Ovid
r canoe trip, Monday to quarter at St. Johns River Starke and Mr. and Mrs., O'Neal assisted.
Thursday on the Santa Fe Junior College., Marlie Sanderson in Raiford.,
River from Brooker to Camp
O'Lena State Park. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nobels. LITTLE WOMEN'S CLUB
Mr. and Mrs. Henry and family of ,Jacksonville
Stefanelli attended the The Little Women's Club
\'t Mr. and Mrs. David were weekend guests of her
graduation of their son, will meet night at ..8D.ITIJ
Montgomery and family spent mother, Mrs. Charles Darby., Monday
:
: Robert Lee who in the club house.
I Ik ''.f'wt' ''f' ..... Easter!: with Mr. and Mrs.. H. Stefanelli Joining the family for dinner ,
received Bachelor of
'AU.S$9. 9S L. Tolbert in Lake City and a Sunday were Mrs. Lee
Science in
degree business --------------
with the and children of Lake
:: Monday Montgomery' administration and honors at, Akridge Mrs., G. J.. McGriff. Sr. ,
) .... ....... family at their camp on the the University of Florida on Butler and Mr. and 1 Mrs. 'spent the ,weekend with Mr. '
River. Randy Johns and
and
Suwannee family
.. '
March 22. and Mrs. McGriff;: Jr. and e
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr.
family in Gainesville.
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Jim Miss Baley Marilyn of Asheville Bollinger, N.C.and 64./ide l fYlw Jt WJ !

spent Thursday to Mondaywith

her parents, Dr. and Mrs. 1/001 y society CJitor
H. G. Bollinger. Joining the
family during the weekendwere -
Mr. and Mrs. Jan

Douglas of Tallahassee, Mr.
i-
and Mrs. Milton Ilartzell of : Teenagers Spring
Orange City and F. E,

Bollinger of Gainesville.Mr. Banquet April 12

and Mrs. Richard l1 At Meth. ChurchThe
.Williams and daughter of New 1. I

Port Richey were Sunday Methodist
President-elect Cindy Bryan of the 4-H Club carries the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert r( United
will hold their third
symbol flag in the Christmas parade on "Trigger." Other Barksdale. The Barksdales Women
officers elected were (not pictured): Vice-President Jimmy also had as Thursday to h annual spring banquet for
Scott. Secretary Paula Anderson and Reporter Timmy Tuesday guests Mrs. Keith teens on Saturday, April 12, at
Bryan. Patrick and daughter of St. 6:30: p.m. in the Methodist

George, S.C. Fellowship Hall
The will feature
program
P qJof YOlL.Kf/OW Carol Bloodworth of St. "Agape," a 15 member
singing from Hilliard
Johns River Junior Collegeand group

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Waters Ellen Bloodworth of and other entertainment.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Green and daughter of'Middle burg Valdosta State College were Teenagers from Middle Girl Scouts Visit
and children of Tallahasseewere home for the weekend. School through college age are
and Mr. and Mrs. John
invited to attend. Tickets at $leach
-p 9 Wash.
D.C.
visiting Mrs. Lex Green
Bradley, Jr. and son were
last week.DUNCAN'S. of their Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry are available at the
Sunday guests
; church office from Mrs.
or
and children of Gainesville
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Don Hardenbrook at the During HolidayGirl
-- -- Bradley,Sr.at Kingsley Lake. spent Sunday with her ,
parents, Mr and Mrs. J. C. office.Florida State Telephone scout cadette troop 520

Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Hobbs. spent Friday, March 28. to

Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and Wednesday, April 2, in
Lawn Mower daughters spent Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Elton Cooper, Miss SinclairIs Washington, D.C.
Mr.and Mrs. Burke Willis and J'e
Ochlawaha. The girls and their leaders,
RepairFormerly Julian Moore of Dublin, Ga., HonoreeAt Mrs. R. S. Mullins, Mrs. A, J.
Sixteen members of the Mr.and Mrs. James Montuoro Eaves and Mrs. Eugenia
( With Western Carolina track team and daughter of Tampa and Jill Whitehead left Friday
and Coach Paul Jones were Mr. and Mrs.. H. Hall, Jr. and LuncheonMrs. afternoon by AMTRAC and
I Western Auto) Saturday evening dinner daughters of Gainesville were stayed at the Rockwood

Lawtey, Fla.Phone guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. guests during the weekend of O. L. Beasley and National Girl Scout Center in
Paterson. The team attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Mrs. J. W. Kincaia Potomoc, Maryland. They
Florida Relays at the and attended the funeral of ( r entertained at a buffet toured the nation's Capitoland
782-3164 Mrs. Baldwin's mother, Mrs. luncheon Tuesday at their
University of Florida on visited the great. .falls on
2 TP Friday and Saturday. Hattie Bracewell, in home honoring Miss Evelyn the Potomoc River.
---....... Gainesville Saturday Sinclair, bride-elect. Enjoying the trip were
-
afternoon. Winners of the 1975 Bradford County Queen Arrangements of spring Joyce and Irene Wainwright.
Strawberry Contest are Queen Debra Jordan flowers were used at vantage
Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs center first runner-up Nancy Ormsbee left and second runner-up Karen Lunn. Miss Ormsbeewas points in the party rooms. The Marlene Dawson Lynn Johns

DIYruU (r E( E( V0 l oo J ? and son of Murray, Ky.. spent given also in the elected by fellow contestants. as Miss Congenality,the first time that award has been individual dining tables were Eaves Catherine, Sandra Shoening Darley, ,Andrea Janice
Strawberry Pageant.All
March 22-27 with her parents, covered with imported linen Saucer and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry three young ladies are from the Lawtey area/ Miss Lunn Is from Highland. cloths and centered with Fitly Mullins.

(Lora l ULL((3 Stefanelli. Joining the familyover The 1975 pageant was held in the Bradford High School auditorium for the first time having minature arrangements of
the weekend were Mr. been moved from the show arena at the fairgrounds. The affair played to a near capacity sweetheart roses and sweet Meth. Church
and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli of audience In the big auditorium, and was termed a success by the Junior Woman's Club peas.The. 4

(But Not Fooling Around) Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. sponsoring organization. Master of Ceremonies was Attorney John Kopelousos of Orange luncheon was served Has Egg HuntAtStricklands
Robert Stefanelli of Park. from a beautifully appointed
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Queen Debra will begin her reign immediately after the fair. Having the beauty contest precede table overlaid with an
J itJ7 Robert Stefanelli of the fair is also a first for the Junior Women. Traditionally the contest had been the imported cutwork cloth and

.. Gainesville and their families. highlight of the final night of the fair. centered with an antique
Kate Struth 6 of the
group
.. ....... silver fruit bowl holding First United
Methodist
: /"- ,.' 4F'' CP8(0Cp 8 qJ(0CU spring flowers. Punch was Church sponsored its annual
FKAjcwI served to the guests on the Easter
Egg Hunt Saturday'
I porch as they arrived. Mrs. 1'.
afternoon
Green Swords T. Long presided at the punch at Slrickland'scampground.

1 O i Mr. and Mrs M. M. McRae Mrs. W. R. Royster, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Steve bowl. .
Brick Swords PaintingBy and grandson.Shannon Smith, sons of North Augusta, S.C. Simmons and Mrs. N.K. Hurst,aunt of the Approximately children 60 parentsand
attended a family reunion at spent the weekend with Mr. granddaUghters Lisa and bride-to-be, Mrs. C. C. Hoppeof the participated in
Marigold Varitus $ Baxter the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Casey of Miami, spent the Tampa, Mrs. T. H. Slade hunt.Prizes were awardedto
Little
W. Rommel in Valrico over Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Darby Stephen and Jimmy

Common Guppies 'I Residential the weekend. Joining the family on Sundaywere Steve Simmons, Jr. and Mrs.R. assisted in serving. Bridal most Pfiester eggs for; Elizabeth collecting Anne the
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixonof W. Reese. place cards marked the
CommercialFree Mrs. J. M. Barron spent the Jacksonville and Mr. and seating arrangement. for the Howell and Kelly Carver lor
-------------------------- finding the prize egg and to
weekend with her brother and Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr.. of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 14 guests. ,
ANACHARIS (Bundle Plants) 2/5SP Estimates family, Mr. and Mrs. John F, Kingsley Lake. Steinmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. After the luncheon the Wendee Hall for guessing the

---------- Contract References :Burton. Homassa Springs. F. V. Herlong of Jacksonville guests were asked to show closest number in the jelly
.. Mr. and Mrs Holt C. Beale>,i"were Sunday :visitors of Mrs. their artistic talent by.,, I bean contest. Each child was
:;
S1)O) Worth of FREE"FTSH 'iS 'vice You .. Mr and Airs...J.'}I:,DuPre and family of Macon, Gt,,, > W. F: Herlon.l ."....-. ." sketching of ''the J Easter presented with u"" favor bf It:'
; :
n I ...... i Wi J-.LL: ?.,.. 'Itit eaLI illed Mrl\.J.\: !E. Mcjntyre in were weekend guests of Mrs., : ''honoree and a prize ,was candy. Several games "
'were'cnjoytd
Can Trust At Jacksonville Sunday. J. L. Gentry.Sen. Mr. and Mrs. R. B:'Dodd of 'awarded to the one who by the Children
With
Purchase Mrs.
), of Jay Carver served l as
Nashville, Tenn. were last showed the best ability as an
Reasonable PricesOa1l9645236 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogersand visitors' of their artist. project chairman for the hunt
and Mrs. Charley Thursday
15 20 29 Gal. Aquarium daughters of Jacksonvillewere Johns were in Orlando over aunt, Mrs. W. F, Herlong. Miss Sinclair was given a and ,Group 6 provided the

Monday overnight the weekend visiting Mr. and gift from her hostesses as a eggs games and
STARKE visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W, W Mrs. James cash and family. Miss Latain Herres of memento of the occasion. refreshml'nts.Irs.! John

IIf. 4ENTEfl: Hood at the Holiday Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lawsonand Stratford Women's Collegewas Corsages were presented to were Miller in and Mrs.of Randy favors Johns

t "Now More Than family and two friends of home Saturday to Miss Sinclair, Mrs. Clyde prizes. charge Other and
Bud Lawson of Marion, N.C. Fort Walton Beach were Wednesday. Sinclair and Mrs. T, C. interested
212 E. CALL ST Ever Is The visiting! his parents, Mr. and weekend guests of Mrs. Ewell Chastain. participants were Mrs Belly
PH. 964-7929 BY THE RAILROAD TRACKS Mrs. II.A. Lawson this week. Lawson.Mr. Doug Reddish returned Richards. Mrs. Titus Olson,
KATHLEEN & HARRYCOLLIEROWN1EItS Time To Paint! Miss Elizabeth Lawson of Friday after undergoing Mrs. H. H. Adams. Mrs..3. 11.
Lake Woman's Club Moseley, Mrs Jenny Black
Wales
joined the family and Mrs. Robert N. surgery in North Florida
TF and Groups 4 and
on Sunday and 5.
Monday. Regional Hospital
]Miller of Jacksonville
were Meets WednesdayThe Mr. and Mrs. )F. W
weekend of and Wednesday.
guests Mr. Strickland donated the drinksand
..' _. Mrs. C. G. Hill.
.eu
IN '
5.4. ... Local admittances to Woman'sClub of Starke ice, as well us I he
B 4 **** Jw .
14. l 7f
d AMV "
a coc4: to -----r.'_* MC ttwft4 will hold their April luncheon- appropriate site for the hunt.
Bradford the
w -... .. MM MuHalNd Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton County Hospital
....1MWL./ u_ _-.. _- -. ..-...H.-. w visited Mr. and Mrs. Russ past week include: Mrs. meeting Wednesday, April 9 Airs. Strickland was assisted
WMHtMiW Hwft at 12-15 at the club in serving by her
128S.WalnutSt. HBllMiilttl. Bedell in Gainesville Sunday. Evelyn Henry, Mrs. Lois p.m. house. Gloria. daughter,
Thigpen, Mrs. Teresa Crosby, Hostesses will be Mrs.
184-5289. Mrs. Dale Johns is visiting Mrs. Gertrude McBride, Mrs. Charlie Braswell, chairman,
her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Alma Mrs. James Reddish, co- Outdoor FestivalSet
J I V McBroom in Barnsville, Hanger, Mrs. Mae Vickery, chairman, Mrs. Maurice
Ga. this week. and Mrs.. Mickey Mallory, Wingate, Mrs. H.H. DuPre, Saturday
V Starke; George Huller, Mrs. William Glover, Mrs.

Mr.' and Mrs. Harvee Keystone Heights; Harley Robert Brown, Mrs. Jim Macclenny
LPJJl D A Edwards were in Ocala over Waldron, Hampton; Willie Chasteen, Mrs. T.F. Dorke,

AW the weekend visiting Mr. and Southerland and Mrs. Mrs. Wayne Douglas, Mrs. Bradford County residentswill
L.H. Gibson Mrs.
Mrs. Joe Hill. Angeline Brannen, Lake T.C. Hazen
be
Mrs. Charley E. Johns among over 80
and
,, Butler; Mrs. Neta Rosier and
,. "
REGISTER NOW FOR OVERU,0$0 cur rNls .h .r. tr Mrs Malcolm Pownall was Mrs. Marguerite 1( Lloyd, Mrs. J.D.. Warren.Novelty work participants, crafts displaying I lea market art

Jo you"couro ANO in Tallahassee over the Lawtey; Mrs. Shirley -Terry, items and baked goods at the
: FU"N'S :;: T';' weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Melrose; Irvin Dyal, Crofters Outdoor Festival, Saturday
PtI J.s8ADCOC K
< FREE PRIZES Malcolm W. Pownall and Graham; Mrs. Gerrie Cauley,
: n LtYIO./ April 5, in Macclcnny.
Raiford and Mrs. Willie Jean
family. ; Met April 1
VAi i Terrell, Hawthorne. The Festival will be just oil
,Interstate
10, Macclenny'shighway
oN
a GRAND PRIZE $1.000.00 Ya1R Mrs. Mike Sistrunk and
? P The Novelty Crafters club 121 exit, ,from 8:::<>
F 2nd THRU 6th PRIZES :500.00c..uri..e. ::ftC"ASE: OF daughter of Indianola, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wigginsof met Tuesday, April 1 at the i a.m. to 5 p.m.
j' ,, _,. APP:E FUR'VISc' : :' 'l1iE: spent last week with her Fairburn Ga. and Jimmy home of Mrs. Dorothy Combsat Sponsor Beta Sigma PI
7th THRU 16th PRIZES $100.00 ANCE.s: parents Mr. and Mrs. C. R., Wiggins of Jacksonville spent Kingsley Lake. sorority is inviting
;;; everyoto
OF ERR
,?..,. TH1SCOICE:. 1': Scoggins.l the weekend with their The women worked on attend.
PEDESTAL TABLE PLUS- NAL LIARoN parents, Mr. and Mrs. One stained
WINNER 00 0NERPIRr granny afghans, glass
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.,w, 'bb.w>.....MM rn.Ai.in.* EVERY STOKE IN' C..tln.at. ... roUrON PER JUN"14 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adams of Wiggins.Mr. bedspreads, pants suits,
SAVI $7.07 CUSTOM'R Brunswick,Ga.were weekend crocheted capes, pot holders Kevin Crawford
5p' i.. NOTHING TO BUY -YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO guests of Mr.. and Mrs. and Mrs. Barry Ward and poodles.
'p, SF21Jr$19.ff.e \WIN.OR COMPLETE COME IN TO DETAILS YOUR NEARBY BADCOCK STORE"o, o: i Howard Meyer. and family of Merritt Island The yarn hostess served refreshments Celebrates 7th
Gi r were guests last week of Mr. during the social hour.
rCS Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Walker of and Mrs. R. E. Welty.Mr. Birthday Saturday
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,, Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. and
/ Mrs. R. W. Underhill of and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Mike May and
:..." ', << ..Il Melbourne and families Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs.' awl 1J.-K-. Mrs. W. H. Hart entertainedat
r j OJ! ;: the long weekend with heir George Bishop, Jr. of the home of the latter on E.
f J /li I .. 11tr parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jacksonville and Mr.and Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christyand Call Street Saturday

I Moncrief.Mr. .B. Whitehead,Jr. of Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. D. afternoon in honor of Kevin
and Mrs.: E.L. Lobb and and families spent Easter Seymour spent Sunday with Crawford's seventh birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Lobb and with their parents Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Approximately 25 little
family of Rosedale, British Mrs.-A. B. Whitehead. Harrington at Ormond Beach. friends attendedMr.

Columbia Canada, Mr. and They were joined by Douglas ., and Mrs.. Bill Shields
Mrs. Gene Downing and Friends of Mrs M. A. ,Seymour of Tampa. and Mrs. and Mrs. Russell
family of Atlanta and Mrs. H. Baldwin will regret to learn of Bryant furnished ponycartand

T.Downing of Lake City were the death of her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Robert ,R. Purser and pony-back rides for the
'
{ .r last Wednesday guests of Mr. Hattie 'Bracewell, who died Mrs. Christy Edwards of little guests. ,
and Mrs. David Montgomery last ,Thursday. Among those Jacksonville and Mrs. G. M. Mike Barber, Holly Shields.
t ; attending the funeral in McCauley of Atlanta were last Karla O'Neal and Jimmy

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gainesville Saturday Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Lex Leonard won prizes at games.
Dempsey and son, Kevin of afternoon were Mrs. Olin Green, Mrs. H. L. Speer and A picnic table was set up in
Green Wis. ,last White, Mrs. F J. Shaw,! Mrs.J. .
Bay were Mrs,G. J.McGri/f, Sr. the yard from which
Friday luncheon guests of Mr. R. Kite, Mrs. :S.: W. refreshments were served.

and Mrs. Houston, McClane Hamilton and Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. Marlie The Mickey Mouse theme was'
.a, b1 Mooty. Sanderson of Fort Pierce and carried out.

/.1. Steve Crawford, Charlesand Miss Sue Morris of Pompanoare Mrs. Bill Duke, Mrs.
Rick Holtzendorf and Sonny Loudon was on the guests this week of Mr. Winston Barber, Mrs. Larry
Gerald Meng are on a five day President's list for the past and Mrs. S. G. Denmark in Crawford and Mrs. Ovid
canoe trip, Monday to quarter at St. Johns River Starke and Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal assisted.
Thursday on the Santa Fe Junior College., Marlie Sanderson in Raiford.
River from Brooker to Camp
O'Lena State Park. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nobels. LITTLE WOMEN'S CLUB
Mr. and Mrs.
', Stefanelli attended Henry the and family of Jacksonville. The Little Women's
t4 :\< Mr. and Mrs. David were weekend guests of her Club
ey ; of their will meet
; ( '- and family graduation son. mother Mrs. Charles Monday night ate
... Rt/M ," ; AU4MCfS Montgomery spent, Robert Lee Stefanelli, who Darby* p.mj in the club house.
_
Easter with Mr. and Mrs. H. Joining the family for dinner
received Bachelor
L. Tolbert in Lake City and a of Sunday Mrs.
were Lee
ff fl'j Science degree in business
.
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..', G: ..... sere2iAr Monday with the Montgomery administration and honors at Akridge and children of''Lake Mrs. G., J.. McGriff, Sr.
their the
at Butler and
on Mr. and
family Mrs.
; / camp '
taM.p the University of Florida on 'spent the weekend with Mr
Suwannee River. Johns and
Randy and '
March 22. family ". and Mrs. McGriff.: .Jr. and
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr.
family in Gainesville.I

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Anne Greene Wins Sweepstakes 2 Youths ArrestedOn Friends Sought For LibraryFriends .t I

I Drug Counts of the Library are patron. Contributions may be .!I
sponsoring their annual sent to: Friends of the ".
With Needlepoint Wall membership drive for 1975 in Library, 132 So. Walnut St., j
Hanging. STARKE Two drug arrests an effort to acquaint more Starke, Fla. $I
over the weekend were people with the Bradford -
A green and white needle- reported by the Bradford County Public Library and its The; ;c-I-ct; district is .
point bell ringer with a dozen iAn County Sheriff's Department.Alfred resources, according to Mrs. proceeding with plans to :
different stitches won the 4 4IEEii C... Swafford, 20, of b Richard Welty, president of purchase new buses but our a
sweepstakes prize for Mrs. Starke, was arrested and the organization. Judy, 11, demurs. She says
Anne Greene in the Needle- charged with possession of Membership dues are: $1 the vehicle she rides is still ;.q
point Department of the Home marijuana, more than five single membership; $2 family in good condition, "although .
Division at the 1975 Bradford grams, a felony offense, on membership; $10 and up, the driver" does seem a little 'J
County Fair. March 28. rattled.
Three months in the An 18-year-old Hampton
making, the bell ringer has Yk'sEEEEe youth, Dale Wayne Phillips t',l 'T'y w '
one square of work in which a J was arrested and charged i yy! F Starke Huto
stone is appliqued. Another with possession of narcotic 'J, Y y' X12t
w'O
square contains a Christmastree r paraphernalia by the Sheriff's
for which Mrs. Greene Department., Center
says she used a clipped turkey
stitch. Presents were applf- Cap-Gown PhotosCap 528 S. Walnut St. 964-8317 Starke
qued in under the tree.
Other patches were made of and gown pictures will
the following stitches jacquard be taken next Wednesday, Auto Repair
rice, basket weave, E'CEEB April 9, in the main office at
diamond: eyelet, stem, I Bradford High School from 9 Automatic
mosiac, leaf,and double star. a.m. until 3 p.m.
Mrs. Greene is the secre- Men should wear a shirt and
tary in the county Agriculture Elie si6s.:; tie.A HG
Department. Bell ringers are $2 deposit is required.This I Vua
used as wall hangings in pre- is the only day cap and : Engine Rebuilding
sent day homes, Mrs. Greene gown pictures will be made, t I
says. according to the BHS office. awaa'' a .uz k! r'R

Ribbon winners in the MUa-\4 Cecelia Young displays the white fruit cake which won the Standard
Needlepoint Department, by Miscellaneous sweepstakes prize In the Foods Department at the 1975 Brad n V.
i I Pillows 1) Muriel S. o Transmissionr
ford
places, are: \ Norman; 2) Mrs. F.H.. County Fair. t
Wall 1)) p .
Kramer. hanging -
Children's Garments Mrs. Anne Greene, Sweep- \Value Work
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dress
Baby 1)) Carol G.JeDUiedjJ '
stakes 2)) Dimples Over- rEchen
Redding. Girls Dress, 2-6-1)) ; e I d
Lola Johnson. Girl's Dress, 7- 1 qieii street. Toaster Cover 1) .I
Edna Norton. )
Jean Roznowski. Playsuit, Embroidery1)Lila Now Selling Fresh
:t: t ,= s Brenda
2-6 Lola Johnson. ;; : Rae Yawn; 2)) '

Knitting .Fertig.Young. Swedish Tatting weaving- 1)) Jessie- 1)) I Krispy Kreme Donuts & Brake Drums Turned

Baby's cap, booties, or Rosa Lee Moore. Beaded
necklace 1)) Lola Johnson. Hot Sandwiches
sac ub 1)) Senga Bettler; 2) Beaded accessory- 1)) Lola I Starter And Alternator
Ruth Darley.Afghan1)Lola) Johnson. Rugs 1)) Diane 136 Call St. Starke
Johnson. Child's sweater 2)) :4'
-
Ruth Darley.Poncho or cape : J.J Anne Westcott.Greene Article, a of Christmas merit 1))) I We Also Take Orders For Parties, Rebuilt

stocking; 2)) Lola Johnson, an I So Come See Us
perdonad .. afghan. -5 Elton WardManager
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Mr.and Mrs. Don Thayer of t
Battle Creek, Mich. were last
Friday overnight guests of ;_ '
Mrs.Lila Rae Yawn and Mrs.J. _, 198 194 :.
.. 9'4, *
G. Caldwell. .. : 0000b111K3MGlt14r (
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Buddy Paterson and guests, ,
John Arnold, Randy TRt, Slid
Helderman and Randy S \ omrloror 1nit 1 nti'1M i ilurcartutrv
Layman of Western Carolina Anne Greene displays her wall hanging, a bell ringer, that \ rUIISIIIIUlf1ht j
University, Cullowhee, N.C. won first prize In the Needlework Department of the Home lA (E .. 23"P .
spent Thursday to Sunday Division Judging at the 1975 Bradford County Fair. II :. VTOTIIFIIHVH 121-IS-67s!
with Mr. and Mrs. R. G. .
Paterson. :1)I) Ruth Darley. Article of ensemble 2)) Mary Alice \ IL ; "K 3OHH DOS Cil ** A tM 'OR liov '
i merit 1)) Jessie Young; 2)) Joiner. Ladies slacks I 1)) 1 .
Mrs. L.. A. Weekly of Ocala ]Ruth Darley. Mary Alice Joiner.Pants suit-
visited Mr..and Mrs. E. W. 1)) Lucille Godwin; 2)) Evelyn 1 TIOMdHI
I Hayes Tuesday and Crochet Clevinger. Ladies blouse 1)) \ tI
Wednesday. Baby's set 1)) Carol Mary Alice Joiner; 2)) Lucille S
I Redding. Afghan I 1)) Lila Godwin. Brunch coat or
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. and i Caldwell; 2)) Lucille Rauler- duster 1)) Lucille Godwin. I
daughter, Anne spent the ;son. Baby afghan I 1)) Carlea Jacket or cape, short 1))
weekend with>Mr. and Mrs. 'Todd Poncho or cape I 1)) Lucille Godwin; 2)) Jean YIJ
Bobby Welch and family in ;Linda Tatum. Bedspread or Roznowski. Apron 1)) Lola 51s: '
Savannah,Ga i I tablecloth+01)) Lucille Hauler-,, ,?,Johnson.0 Man trouseJ;" 1)
I son; J)'Lily Lavender. Shawls' .Lucille Godwin. Man's .sporta ''T
Neva Jane Fly op aqd ,.-1)) Marty1 Barry;. 2X"Jessie. !(coat 1)) Grace Page; 2)) nw( wl ... 5.
Denise Gissy are spendinqSunday Young. Martha Riherd. u"
to Thursday with RECIPIENTSNow 1
Neva Jay ne's aunt,Mrs. H. H. Garments
Heald, in Tampa. Ladies Dress, street 1)) Linens
Lucille Godwin. Ladies dress, Scarf 1)) Edna Norton. \
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Justin J]long 1)) Lucille Godwin; 2)) Quilt 1)) Lucille Eddy. Quilt
Pooser of Birmingham Ala. j Brenda Starling Ladies suit Top 1)) Lucille Eddy. Pot Guaranty( Federal brings a free service that makes
are guests this week of Mr. 1)]I Lucille Godwin. Dress holders, 3.2l) Lola Johnson.III you
and Mrs. Carlisle Pooser. receiving your Social Security check SAFE..EASY..and CON-

Mr. and Mrs. Richard -"" -" -- VENIENT.
Wohlgamuth and daughters of u _!
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John Spengler and son of .J-w";::; \ '
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J. W. Mehlmen and
grandsons, John and Wayne, ROSES $2" notify the Social Security Administration and they'll put you on the

guests of Philadelphia during last, week Pa. of were Mr. 1 AZALEAS ,$1" Direct' Deposit List., It's as simple as that..

and Mrs. Bill Graham. ITALIAN CYPRUS $399 Your Social Security check will be mailed directly to your

Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Edwards, Sr. spent the Guaranty' Federal savings account every month. You'll get uninterrupted -

weekend family with, Mr.their and daughterand Mrs. J. ARBORVITAE $219 deposits, top interest, and insured safety..all without

M. High in Jacksonville.Mrs. the worry of a lost or misplaced check, or the inconvenience of
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Middleburg. Dianna has been Nanucy added of to AZALEA LINERS sizes having to deposit your Social Security check every month.

Dr. P. G. Felos' staff. .

Mrs. John Pare of Orlandois (! &% Y"V"V For your convenience...just one more service from the friendly

visiting her parents, Mr. 'THE ORIGINAL folks at Guaranty Federal. Where you get personal attention and
and Mrs. J. M. Edwards, Sr.' CENTIPEDE GRASS SEED Fertilizer I

this week. '4 Oz.* A Oz 100% Organic service. Visit any of our convenient offices in Gainesville, Starke,
421 =
Mrs. Marie Page of Pkg. Pkg 8 5OLb. or Keystone Heights...TODA VI!

Jacksonville was Thursday to 1 Lb Pk0 '15" $49
Monday guest of her son and Bag' -, -
daughter-in-law. and Mrs. '
Don Page. ARGENTINE ( MAIL TO: OuaranlyFaI .... Intnga and. Loan 220 North Main Slrootomottaolly ,
BAHIA 10% Chlordane
Mrs. Rudolph Crawford was $129 I am.Inlaraatad In .havtna my 9taralMtfngaaoaaMiit. ..&. .ssur.ty ehssk .... dapaaltad to a Guaranty FaoV
in West Point, Ga. last week 50 Lb. '51"PENSACOLA
Granules I PNRN srnd 1M farm.
proper
visiting her mother, Mrs. K.
G. Duncan, and Mr. and Mrs.K. Reg. '2'. I I. I
T. Duncan and family. ( 1;W. .hove o Mnrfnga aaoaunt at Guaranty ,......
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services of Jacksonville I [ I WI want la opon. a aavtnga' aooount at Guaranty Fsdsral.I I
invites any woman facing an
unwanted or problem ........[.1
pregnancy to call 387-4648 for, Your Old Walk OP Rid NllMial
confidential assistance or Mawa> I I
referral ._Worth _75(0( r AddretMgtry

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at the University of South, a I '
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Mike was home for the Easter 1
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,S ,125" On A Hahn Rider With M Today For Further Details On'1 ____

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Published every Thursday ,!70" Val. Only '29".With Mower Purchase a Trade i. Federal

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Cecelia Young's Cake piJ" Carter Stumps- KHGeorgia's


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Wins Food Sweepstakes former governor campaign tactics during a speech, stating he plans to
Jimmy: Carter now up for the press conference following his spend 250 days this year
Jl. Democratic nomination for campainging outside the stateof
the presidency of the United Georgia to get national
Cecelia Young burned her tables 1)) Edna Norton; 2)) Young, sweepstakes; 2)) States, kept the hushed Raiford exposure. '
first but the second Anne Greene. Collection of 2 Camille Whitaker.
cake Cakes attention of those gathered He also stated he plans to
turned out okay it won the pickles. 2)) Edna Norton. Collection occasional 1)) Camille Whit- -1t' under and around the tent at enter all the presidential
sweepstakes prize in the of 3 jellies 2) Lola aker. Cupcakes 1)) Camille the Clay Cooperative's primaries and that the Florida
Foods Department of the Johnson. Whitaker. Cookies. 1))Camille general meeting last Asks New primary will undoubtably
Home Division competition at Whitaker; 2)) Cecelia Young. t Thursday while he expoundedon weed out some of his opposing
the 1975 Bradford County BAKED PRODUCTS Candy. 1)) Evelyn Clevinger s the fallacies of the Federal candidates.
Fair.Mrs. jpecialty breads 1)) Lola government now in existenceand Bids OnGarbage Although he would not guess
Young, from Brooker, Johnson; 2)) Cecelia Young. Most unusual use of the changes he would who a third candidate would
calls her entry a white fruit Yeast breads, rolls 1)) Jan strawberries in baker attempt if elected President in be he said he will face
cake with pecans cherries, Norton; 2) Donna Thompson. product with recipe 11) Edna 1976. Alabama's former governor,
and pineapples. She also had Specialty cakes 1)) Cecelia Norton, strawberry jam cake. George Wallace. In the
several other entries in the "Our government can be Democratic primary here.Legatr .
baked goods section which effective open, honest decent
ribbons. Entries are RAIFORD The Raiford
won and competent he said.
'judged on taste as well as 'E ItJy._ adding that it should be set up Town Council unanimously
agreed to terminate its work
appearance. as a simple structure-one that
(First and second place In 16th century Europe a Chinaman was not likely to be all could understand. ing agreement for garbage .
winners in the Food of Oriental ancestry. The word was used then to describe Carter expounded on the pickup service with an inde-
Department areCANNED : merchants various programs set up now pendent contractor and to call IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
James Donnelly displays wood carving he made by use of stating that each year they for new bids on the service. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
PRODUCTS in-laid veneering to win the sweepstakes ribbon In the Arts should be analyzed, abolishing Elbert and Thelma Thorn CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Vegetables 1)) Pauline and Crafts Division those that ton of Raiford have been tem-
of the 1975 Bradford County Fair are no longer BRADFORD COUNTY
Bush; 2)) Edna Norton. Fruits china.Wi. fEA[ needed saving tax payers porarily engaged to performthe FLORIDA.
1) Edna Norton; 2)) Anne money.He service until new bids
Greene. Relish 1)) Pauline also struck out againstthe have been received by the
Case No. 75-77
Bush. Preserves) Camille a Wood Carving TopsIn Defence Department council. They will be paid at a
Whitaker; 2)) Cecelia Young. saying it is unbelievable how monthly rate of$295, the same
Hors d'oeuvre In Re The Marriage of MARY G.
(pronounced or-DERV) originally meant :
Marmalades and jams 1) much money is wasted in that rate being formerly paid to
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II.II. Harris; 2)) Camille "outside of the work; now it' means food served outsideof area. Speaking as a former Gene Failing for the services.At DAVENPORT Wife and
the meal! ROBERT W. DAVENPORT
Whitaker. Jelly 1) H.H. Arts And CraftsFor naval officer he stated he Monday's meeting con- Husband.
Harris. Collection of 3 vege- favors strong muscular power tractor Dick Pernini gave a
and a strong national defense 'progress report on the con-
years people have been HOBBYISTSClass but there is no need for a struction of the new municipal NOTICE OF ACTIONTo
telling James Donnelly he 1 "Moated bureaucracy." building and the council approved -'
4 Ply Polyester should enter some of his Oil paintings 1)) Ray a second payment of :,Robert W. DavenportYOU
carving and in-lay artistry in Bryant; 2)) Mrs. James The son of a farmer who $5,400 to the contractor. A first
the county fair this year Waters. Water color 1)) Bob grew in the depression, payment in the same amountwas ARE NOTIFIED that an.
14 or 15' Donnelly did and won the Stern. Charcoal or pastel 1)) who told of his mother being approved at the February action for Dissolution of Marriage
sweepstakes prize in the Arts has been filed and you are
Bob Stern. the chief breadwinner in the meeting.
F-78' $282S and Crafts Division. family at that time told the The $18,000 construction required to serve a copy of your
CLASS I 11 I quiet group that regardless of project is nearing completion written defenses. if any to it onpetitioner'
G-78's $2919 Called "Marquetre the Wood burning 1) James the different people which and will perhaps be ready for attorney whose
Other Sizes Rvailabl work is out name and address if MYRON C.
actually cutting the
Donnelly sweepstakes; 2)) make up the United States all occupancy at next regular
H-78't *309 miniature pieces of all typesof Mrs.James Waters. Sculpture have the same basic needs, meeting of the council to be PREVATT JR., P.O. Box 634
Car Truck Tractor
exotic woods and inlaying 1)) Bob Stern; 2) Jean hopes, fears and desires. He held April 14. Keystone Heights Florida
them according to a pattern to Broome. Ceramics stained said it is the differences of the In other matters at Mon 32656 on or before the 4th day'of
Clams Belted Steel Belted Radial make a picture.The colors are May 1975 and file the original
1; Diane Jordan; 2) Sharon people that make up the day's meeting, the council:
Polyester 4 ,+ 2 14 all different kinds of wood. No Gaines. Ceramics glazed 1)) strength of our nation. Approved the amount of with the clerk of this court
or 15' paint or dye is used in the pro- Jeneva Johnson; 2)) Betty Carter, elected as Georgia's $500 to be set aside for the use either before service on peti
14 or 15' GR-78's $4537 cess. Sycamore wood, for Sullivan. 76th governor in 1970 told of of the Union County Recrea- tioner's attorney or immediately
F-78's $323i instance is used for white. the mass confusion he found in tion Department, stipulating thereafter;otherwise a judgmentwill
G-78's $33" HR-78's $4820 JUNIOR YOUTH Georgia's governmentalsystem that no expenditure from the be entered for the relief
Donnelly orders the demanded in the Petition.
CLASS II when he entered the fund would be made without
H-78's $3SM JR-78's $49" patterns and wood to completeeach Charcoal or pastel 1)) capital. the prior approval of the coun WITNESS my hand and theseal
scene, but carves the cil. I of this Court on March 13
Debbie Parmenter; 2)) Steve During his term, he said he
PRICE INCLUDES ALL TAXES AND MOUNTINGs wood himself and fits it in. His Carter. dealt strictly with the state -Tabled action on the 1975.
next step will be to start with a
of
budget and abolished some of appointment a building
drawing by a niece who is a CLASS II the unneeded agencies which inspector pending a deter- GILBERT BROWN
Thomas Oil good artist and he will create mination of the action Oerk Circuit Court
Company Ceramics, glazed 1)) Tina resulted in a more efficient to be
wood veneer pictures of his Sumner; 2)) Terry Thomas. competent and economicalgovernment. taken by a Union County-Lake By: Beulah M. Moody
own family. Butler committee that is Deputy Clerk
964-6246 6O3 S Walnut St.Starke First second and third SENIOR YOUTH He urged the people not to engaged in working out the 4/3 4t 4124Henry
places in the arts and crafts CLASS I become depressed and details of a building permit
Fla. exhibition are: Water color 1) RaLynn discouraged about the future inspector program.Set .
:Joiner; 2) Randy Crews; 3) of the nation, stating that the hour of 7:30: on the i Block
Lane :Salazar: Charcoal or there is no limit to what the second Monday of each monthas
pastel 1)) Beth Crew; 2)) Lori United States can do if all the the time and date for I has 17 reasons
I Salazar. Pencil or pen1)) Jim people work together. regular monthly meetings of why should
Hamilton; 2) Linda Salazar; Carter pointed out his i the council. you
: 3)) Scott Hicks. come to us for
'j
u:. .,. ...... income tax
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CLASS II
... Olustee Road ?
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Paving I .
...." ,, ',. 1"I"'h, .rndgh? I ". Ceramics, stained 1)) Betsy'!', ,**'* help.: i*

.........- ",Lllf' ..iIioti"" ", ,.-A5t "!.;:,, Yawn; 2)) Diane Yawn; 3) ,
Beth Patray. Ceramics '
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& 't: e1 '!' W glazed-1)) Chantal Jenkins; 2) Bids Being SoughtLAKE 1 Reason 16. We'll try to
'r.<} < RaLynn Joiner; 3)) Randy do everything we can
Tillman. Novelties 2) Allen
I to
Hicks. BUTLER Bids are 4)) Resurfacing six miles of save you money.
being sought for the wideningand S-239A from Dukes Station to After all, we want your
Hi93mph re-surfacing of the Olus- SR-241. business again next
\ Dixie Baseball tee Church Road in Union year.
County.
5) Resurfacing five and
I Turnout Of 98
The District II office of the one-half miles of S-241 from
Department of Transportation ;i SR-238 north to the Columbia
a Sets A RecordThe in Lake City notified the Union 1, County line from. Providence
I Ii County Commission by letterof to Lulu. : iL.
Dixie Youth Baseball March 10 that the secon-
Program is enjoying its dary road project was in the 6)) Widen, resurface and
largest turnout of prospective process of being bid. improve the "school house
players since the program The mile loop" road in Lake Butler, DO)( I01.LOC_
began with one secondaryroad
98 boys eager to approximately one mile.
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learn and play. is identified as S-24S I.e. gas P'.PLS

I 38mpg Games are tentatively west north of from Providence SR-238 and to runs the $111,000 is available for expenditure _. 118 Ni WALNUT
scheduled to begin May 5, with Columbia county line. on secondary roadsin 964-8286
five teams sponsored by The road was Union Union county. Open 9-6 Mon-Sat

Guaranty Discount Federal Chamber, Southern of established county's number with the one DOT priority at a

Commerce Elks Lodge and special meeting held in Lake
Bret& Jerry's Athletic House City March 7.

defending champs. Five other secondary road BILLY GRAHAM
priorities were established by

I Rabbit. Dr. R. E; Dopson the commission the DOT for and future recordedby im says'about the

4 provement. They were:
2) Resurfacing of S-229 i new motion picture
ChiropracticPhysician from SR-121 beginning in Rai-
ford north to the Baker "Time to Run"
/ County line approximately .

I p py d-. five miles. I feel that thousands of people will see a part
here 3) Resurfacing S-238 from
"n of themselves in '
: are SR-100 for approximately one the film. Hopefully families'
964-8018 and one-half miles for that seeing it will be brought closer together in real

part within Lake Butler and understanding and communication.
I ..rI Call St sand six and
: sealing one-half I urge you to take your
miles north
to the S-229 intersection
II children. or your,
parents. to see
I I TIME TO RUN
when it comesto
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your community.
D I II A TRIBUTE TO You may find it more

i "OUR WOMEN IN of a mirror than a
WHITE"A -
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"r recommend It,but It I II reassurIng to know that a. nifty 24.Not bad for a sub-compact with all the la a phjrdeUnli ....... ......... or
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incredible acceleration.From 0 to 50 In every effort to ..-...... with
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38 miles per gallon?That what the Rabbit Volkswagen Owners Security Blanket with batter For pharmacists and nine. are. dedicated

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? E aaE3 oaL I ELE I Julie Griffis Takes Junior Youth Division SweepstakeYoung I

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r Miss Julie Griffis CLOTHING MISCELLANEOUS I Cindy Griffith, baby outfit;
CUCUMBERS 4. proved herself to be quite a Lyndia Starling, blouse; Kelli Carver, tote bag; Dean Gaskins, marble bag;
baker when she won the Robin Scheweda, blouse; Kathy Griffis, tote bag; Janet Duncan, cap; Amy
sweepstakes ribbon of the Wynette Joiner, slacks; Charlene Beam, tote bag; Starling, stuffed elephant.
Junior Youth Division of the Tammy Baldree, skirt and Beth Francis, purse (cro-
Bradford County Fair, for her I hit; Robin Scheweda, shorts cheted); Terry Gaskins, vest
magnificent Strawberry and top; Maria Darley, (crocheted); Tonda Gibson,
Cake. Apron; Maria Darley, P.J. purse; Georgia Ragans, bag; PROJECTS
Miss Griffis is 10 years old Bag., Jeanie Sapp, baby blanket; Todd Samons, bird house.
and attends the fifth grade at

She Law takes ley Lawtey Elementary cake baking from School.classesIn Linda King Scholarship Changes Proposedgrades I

BANANAS Tatum and claims to have had
a little help from her mother. LAKE BUTLER-The Union The Screening and Evalua- 10 points; leadership,
Julie is the daughter of Mr. County School Board and the tion Committee is composedof points; recommendations, 5
15 c and Mrs. Tracy E. Griffis of Screening Committee for the Norman Stevenson, Bill points and work experience, 5
Law ley. Esther King Memorial Cowen, Katherine Epperson, points.It .
Lb Miss Griffis' cake, which Scholarship fund held a three E.M. Hale and Tommy Spires.
looked remarkably like a huge hour discussion session Tues B.L. Dunavant Is the ad- was generally agreed that
strawberry, won out over day, April 2, with a view ministrator of the scholarship the period for. filing applica-
Fresh Yellow seven classes of projects '.oward making certain fund and the liason officer between tions would be from May 1 to
12 99 entered in annual fair compe- changes in the rules and the school board and July 1 each year in order to
CORN For tition. regulations for the adminis- the Screening Committee.The give the committee more timeto
Blue ribbon winners are: tration of the fund and the Screening Committee evaluate the applicationsand
Ten-year-old Julie Griffis holds her beautiful Strawberry annual awards' of scholar- receives the applications from make their recommendations -
BAKED PRODUCTS Cake that won the Junior Youth Division's sweepstakes prize ships. graduate students of the to the school board who
Robin Scheweda, 3 biscuits; for baked products.Taylor. Supt. Jimmy Cason said Union County schools and determines the final awards.
Gina Rosnick, drop cookies; that approximately $16,000 each application is evaluatedon
Sarah Norton, drop cookies; was being received annuallyby a 40 point basis by the Announcement of the
POTATOES LETTUCE Julie Griffis, strawberrycake On the fund and is available committee, with the Senior annual awards will be made
sweepstakes winner; Monday'sCircuit only to graduates of Union Placement Score being 10 by the school board in August
'10Lb.Reg. Sonya Griffis, 4-Hcake; Janet County schools. points; high school average each year.
59 29 Duncan, book cake; Millie
Head Capehart, cap cake; Dee
Gaskins, 4-H cake; Shea Cor- Court DocketCarl
bitt, dog cake; Tasha Livingston "
Norman's Farm house cake; Terri Robert of unlawful I Ell' r" .'
Massey, bunny cake. under indictment Taylor on three Jr., counts controlled substance.delivery of G 'Jj'

HOME IMPROVEMENT counts of first degree murder, Timothy Dale Roberts, 4 "
Produce Market Denmark is scheduled for arraignmentin grand larceny. .
Stacey ,
yarn circuit court here Monday. William F. Atwood, unlawful l)
Adrienne -
Barry,
pillow; pillow A
617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 ; David Stone, woodworking Taylor was indicted by a possession of controlled
substance.
shelf; Nore Starling, shoe Bradford County grand jury
Open Men-Sat horn, and Gina Summers, last July for the alleged mur- James Davis Rizer, grand ..
picture frame. der of two beauty shop oper- larceny. Sunday Buffet
Hiltz and
ators and a teen-age girl in Gary escape auto
November of 1971. He was theft.
extradited from Californiaand Shirley Sue Smith, introducing -
returned to Bradford contraband into State
County last week. Prison. For

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Billy Wayne Walling, ; grand larceny; resisting A Price A Family Can Afford .
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Beaten Robbed I Parent And Policy Council
Suspects School
; ,' Special Meeting UselessLAKE

Workshop Attended -
By

Escape After Robbery BUTLER "I didn't ing that the balances referredto ances were indicated that the
60 From 4 County Area really see the need for this by the superintendent were funds were encumbered by
special meeting tonight," said misleading and) that the actual budget allocations and were

STARKE Two unidentified about 4 a.m.Tuesday morning the Floral Motel, was Sixty parents and Policy handicapped children in the Chairman Tommy Mobley as available balances were not available for short term
suspects In an armed robbery at the Dillinger residence on reportedly stolen in Mary- Council members from Clay, program, and Mrs. Jessie he called for the adjournment nearer$20,000 and that in fact investments.
at Hampton, Lake managed to US-301, where the thieves land. Union, Baker and Bradford Jenkins, lead teacher, and of a special session of the that some of the times the White also explained to the
evade capture in an early stole the second auto, abanBoth suspects are armed, counties participated in the Mrs. Margaret McHao, board Monday, March 31, accounts were overdrawn. board that some of the balances -
morning five-hour manhunt doning it later near Baldwin one with a shotgun and the Parent and Policy Council teacher's aide, spoke on called at the request of Supt. Supt. Cason cited figures to referred to by Supt.
the board which
when bloodhounds from the The first auto, abandoned at other with a pistol. Workshop held Monday even- ,volunteer parent involvement. Jimmy Cason. indicated balances Monday Cason has already been
Florida State Prison lost the ing March 24, at the CUBB "I am very pleased with the The meeting was adjourned averaging expended and were repre-,
after a 45 minute discussion on lS5.ooo for the first six sented by "outstanding
trail about three miles northof Economic Agency Head Start interest and cooperation
Starke on US-301. Center at KJE School in shown by the parents and the investment of "balances"from months of the school year and checks" that had not been
Wide Of two viewpoints' said, "You can see from these the bank and did
different cleared by
The
suspects' trail l ended at Range Starke. Policy Council at this work.
the residence of Mrs. Lucile Subjects covered at the shop, said Daniel Gibbs, One held by Sup! iigures that I was somewhat not give a true picture of
Dillinger on US-301 north workshop included the Head (Head Start project director, Cason and the other by Business conservative in the "statement available funds.
where a 1966 Chevrolet was Start Manual, Health Ser- who conducted the session. Manager Bill White.In 1 made last month. White was apologetic in his
stolen about 4 a.m. Thecar, Medical CareProvided vices, Volunteer Services and "The skill and efficiency! of the March school board White presented statementsto statements to the board and
the board from his l financial
meeting Supt. Cason maintained said that his remarks at the
owned by Robert Dillinger, the 70.2 (Parent's.Manual. ) the staff members who actedas records smaller
was,recovered about 9 a.m. covering policy and procedurefor facilitators and assistants, that sizeable balances Indicating March meeting were not
were being held in certain balances of$58,000 and $80,000( meant to be contradictory to
of the and the
Tuesday the Policy of
morning where it operation showing a film on
for two of those months inquestion
was abandoned at a truck stop Council and parent activities. health services for the handi- checking accounts of the those made by the superin-
For and v.ci'.t iu ,
near Baldwin. Mrs. Sarah Owen board, some in excess oflOlI.tMIO. : u,1 tendent and that his interest in
Mobley capped by Mr McKae,
which could be made explain that even when bal the matter for clarification
The Bradford County coordinator for the Early CC III of Community Ser- $ ( was -
Sheriff's Department was Periodic Screening and Diag- vices, FSP, contributed available for short term investments on the funds available for
notified about 11 p.m. Monday Prison Inmates nostic Testing Program of greatly to the success of the in order that interest investment. .
night that the armed robbery Head Start spoke on parent workshop," he added "Par- could be earned while the The board adjourned after
had taken place on Hampton involvement in health goals ent interest and cooperation is monies were idle and not listening to both sides and took .
Lake and two victims had for Head Start. Mrs. Edith 'absolutely essential to the being used. no further action on the
"Most of the the
Hospital care for more than appreciate The board approved, litCason's matter
been teacher and
beaten with a wooden Smith, Head Start success of the )Head Start Pro-
them Dr. Gon-
12.000 inmates of the Florida care we give request, the expenditure s
club and and Coordinator, and
a pistol relievedof Handicapped gram, participation in '
zalez said. "We treat them
Division of Corrections (DC) of $::1011 for a feasibility
about $200 in cash. Bradfordand like human beings and they spoke: on the integration of workshops like this one is a 7.
including 60 from study to he conducted on the
Two University builder of the
law of Florida Union Counties, includesmore appreciate it. Some of them Horse Club To great necessary' investment of those funds. Fever *
the lake students, who reside at services than are provided have been in other prisons interest ,and understanding White indicated at the meet- Spring Got You Down J
were identified as outside Florida and know
they -
in an average hospital, Take A Vacation
Jerome Peter Buckley, 28, DC Administrator the difference." Hold Rodeo Spring
Hospital
who sustained fractures of the
skull, nose and check bone A.P. Rodrique said recently.The Hospital care is number two Palatka Horsemen's Club Card of Thanks See Marge At Your Local
after inmate hospital at the will hold it's 12th annual rodeoon
being beaten with a
pistol. Reception and Medical Center on inmates the morale Rodrique list said of, add-the April 4, 5, 6, at the Horse May we take this method of Travel Agency;
(RMC) at Lake Butler in men's Club Arena off Hwy. 19
Jack Watkins Hunter, Jr.
,
North Florida provides its ing that food is number one. south. thanking our neighbors and friends
24, was beaten with a wooden
club but his injuries did not own services, plus those of Friday and Saturday nights for their kind expressions of sym- Town Finance
require treatment. consultants from the Univer- The hospital, which openedin performance begins at 8 p.m.
About 15 minutes after the sity of Florida College of 1972, has earned the status The Sunday afternoon performance pathy in our bereavement. Those 226 N. Temple 964-7449
Medicine in Gainesville, Rod- of in the American begins at 2:30: p.m.
robbery was reported Police membership expressions have been deeply Tax
Loans Up To Income
Officer Kenneth Carlton rique explained.The Hospital Association. There will be a Rodeo
stopped a vehicle on north 301 85-bed hospital at RMC Rodrique hopes .to continue Dance, Friday, April 4, at the appreciated $2,500 Done
to charge the driver with driving has an authorized staff of 110 improvements to increase the Civic Center in Ravine Gardens -
while intoxicated. The including three physicians, status to full accreditation by from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
passenger in the vehicle got three surgeons and 31 nurses. the association, he said. There will also be a parade on -The family of Tom Crawford
out of the car and fled. The Surgery that. covers about Saturday April 5, at 2 p.m.
the same as i man average -
range .gyp
driver backed into the police
hospital is KOO
provided
and made his and
car getaway
rique said. These include sur-
proceeded into the parking lot for hernias, ulcers,
of the Floral Motel. The driver gery
appendectomies and tonsillec-
abandoned the vehicle with
the motor still running and the tomies.
The hospital staff also
car in gear. The car rammed medical examinationsfor provides 4 ';.'
into the front of the motel
each inmate entering the
and the driver
building con- state system. That meant
Wanttoknowwhylbank
tinued his flight on foot.
6,224 physicals performed
Bloodhounds from the
during the last fiscal year: .
prison were called in and the The men are transferred to
five hour chase
began, ending
other institutions for the rest
of their terms, but are sent
back to RMC if they need
39 Counties major medical treatment.
RMC staff members and at Florida National?
regular visits from Gaines-
Join Federal ville provide a wide range of
care. And if even more'

Plan specialized care is needed,
Region inmates can be transferred to
the Shands Teaching Hospitalin

WASHINGTON, D.C. ,- Gainesville., ...
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Bradford, Union and Clay are ""With our affiliation withtheCollegeofMediclneandall _" ......t. '"111
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them in North Florida, that the specialists who come hereI '1' "',; .rt ." : I
have been added to the think we probably exceed the i'
of the i You've heard of
Coastal Plains Economic capacity average ) a"doctor's :
Development Region, Con- civilian hospitals, Rodriquesaid. ) '.' .
gressman Don Fuqua has The Shands hospital '
n doctor'! well ;
announced. "probably has the top capa- ,+;r 1
Rep. Fuqua, who has been city in the state" for medical 1t--:,
working with state and local treatment, he added. .,! .
authorities in efforts to have The RMC hospital treats a \ Florida National is ," ,

tie counties included, said the normal range of illnesses, but
boundaries will encom- somewhat different from an
new e ,
banker's bank. <
pass the entire Second Con- average hospital, Rodrique a"d a ,
gressional District he repre- noted. The hospital has a cli- .
sents. nic, but it is not used as often .M ','.
Florida counties added to as a civilian hospital emer- A .
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the region are: Alachua gency room, mainly because j It's the Old Reliable.

Leon, Baker, Bradford, Calhoun inmates are not driving automobiles

Columbia, Dixie, he said. Eg z Bankers with real ..,,
"Franklin Gadsden, Gilchrist, The men who enter RMC a
Hamilton Holmes Jackson, are generally healthy, 'I

Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, although some still have financial know-how.
wounds inflicted during the
Liberty, Madison, Marion,
Suwannee, Taylor, Union incident which led to their in- 'I '
carceration, said RMC Medi- And solid :'
Wakulla. Bay. Citrus Clay, \. '
Duval. Escambia, Flagler, cal Director Dr. Alberto Gon- ':
Gulf Hernando. Nassau. Oka- zalez.

loosa. Putnam St. Johns,
.
Santa Rosa Sumter, Walton, Why Florida National '1'

and Washington."I .. '

Department am encouraged of Commerce that has the = is one of the strongest banksin :' ;',

recognized the great need for
the revitalization of our
nation's rural areas" Fuqua -. the nation.
said. "Cooperative planning
among Federal State and r

local broad government spectrum will,of insure efforts a Aak i But they're right ?

directed at problems which '

are Through unique to rural planning America.", Charley E ,?, Ya. "R .. a Y tt here in Florida. with roots j ;
it ttib

research Federal supplemental technical grant-ln-aid funding assistanceand of E:. that go deep in Florida soil. I-I/v


programs the regional Johns

development program seeks if P'?
to promote orderly develop- > And that's why
ment in the designated About llito Question: t
ing regions obstacles by reducing to growth.or remov-and *"1 might have known ay'boy -t S.': ;M # Florida National is my bank. ."*

Development problems would lose that school flrs
opportunities vary from d i r .'
instrument.He forgot It T k' y.
region to region but in general on
principal categories for the DUB, and it's just gone. s =4 ? Y /yl The older they get
,
the North Florida counties Would musical .Instrumentmsurance

will include programs in industry covering loss,
development, worker theft or accidental damage the better they look.
conservation,
training
energy
natural resource development have cost less than 1% of .
transportation, tourism the value from the Charley '. '
and recreation development. E. Johns Agency." t t'Charley xI
In addition to the Florida j as
counties, the Coastal Plains ; m
r .
'
region will not comprise parts .
of Virginia as well as the original JOHNS AGENCY .
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Union County baseballerswent Glen Kemp led the third inn last inning when Whitehead ,
all the way in two games ing with a double and scoredon .singled, stole second, and
against Gainesville's Eastsideon Whitehead's single White- made it home on a single by

Friday, March 28 and head was forced out at second DeWitt Griffis. ,., ,
Win Streak Tuesday, April 1, winning the by Bill Cain's grounder. Griffis' pitching record now
games by scores of 7-3 and 51. DeWitt Griffis was walked stands at 3-2. Griffis played
In the first game, played in which left men on first and with a minor injury for his
Gainesville[ Dewitt Griffis second. Jimmy Mobley singled first few games and is just
tossed a one hitter for the and knocked in Cain now getting into top condition.He .b, .
Ends For Tigers that led to the easy victory which left the score 4-0 at the has pitched his last two s. rt i' ,
end of the inning. games to victories. At the ;
Griffis[ had 6 strike outs, Two more scores were plate Griffis went 1-for-1 with k
walked three, and allowed 'added in the sixth inning whena two RBI's. Another powerful ?? +, l q
only the one hit, a triple which double by Fred Clemmonswas hitter, Glen Kemp, went 2-for-

BHS GolfersBradford resulted in an out when East- followed by a Glen Kemp 3 with a double and a home li" 'a J l y6
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side's first baseman, Bob homer. run knocking in two RBI's.Whitehead re i .S

Ross, was tagged while The final score came in the,,. also went 2-for-3, B 3iB S5 ?**'' **
attempting to make a home with one RBI."Whitehead.
golfers broke recorded by Matt Herres witha the had an out ., t ,'x 1'" *W N' R i4i'4i'' 3wf
High run out of play. Unit p $&*<**?/'"*;Vu&f&*S t "' K'wfl ", .' '
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their nine game winning 3-over-par 39 which led the Coach Terry Stroemer of Recycling standing day at short stop, 1;+ s sSS''' '*4r ts "utr i i 1. i< y r
streak this week with losses to match. Ed Watts posted a 40, the Union team was pleased says Coach Stroemer. "He
both Macclenny and Leesburgin David Gaines a 44, and Bobby with the fielding of his Tigers To Visit Starke made nine good plays with
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matches last Thursday and Paterson a 43. except in the last inning when five really tough stops. Jimmy Mobley pulled a successful squeeie play to score Tim Whitehead' Union County
Friday March( 28, 29)). Leesburg golfers won by they made three errors which 5 Times In April In the game on Tuesday, 'Tigers in 8game against Gainesvllle's Eastside on Tuesday, April 1. '
Thursday's match with shooting 3 scores of 40 and a resulted in two Eastside[ Lake Butler won 5-1 despitebad
Macclenny was lost by only 3 high of 41."Leesburg. scores. The other Eastside STARKE -The Reynolds playing in the outfield,
strokes with a score of 162-165. played good con- score came in the sixth inning, Aluminum mobile recyclingunit explained Coach Stroemer. Sawyer Sees Expanded Nuclear UseA
Bradford's top golfer!:, Ed sistent golf which is hard to also the result of errors. which pays 15 cents apound The lone Eastside score
number two beat," said Coach Adkinson for aluminum household came in the first inning after
and of
Watts, man After the first inning play
that nuclear
prediction and the lack of meal controls had
a practical hamstrungIhr
will to
return batters walked. The
two were
shot one about the loss. in favor of scrap
Matt Herres{ both the score was 2-0 must be relied on in oil and
energy method of industries
record standsat Starke five times during next man got on by an error storing. gas in
37's. Other scores The team now Lake Butler. Hazen
over par Danny the future to relieve the pre In the shortrun, Sawyer their expansion cllorts to
sacrificed for the predicted
idle April. and Vernon
were posted at 40 for David 10-5.( The golfers are and Tim Whitehead were both
sent burden fossil fuels
on was that coal would comeback meet the crisis, and
redeem all- energy
Gaines and a 48 for Wade now until they meet Buchholzon walked, they stole for second The public may score.
made at the Starke Rotary into prominence as a said ,,I the shortage and high
Butler scored the five
after the aluminum scrap Tuesdays, Lake
Winkler. April 8, spring and third bases. Bill Cain hit a
Macclenny's A. Altman led break. The match will be fielder's choice to score Hazen April 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 from .runs on only three hits. Club last week by Charles S. substitute for oil and gas. The price situation would have
the Starke Golf and 9:30: 11 a.m. at Bradford In the first inning White- Sawyer, Florida Director on trouble with expanding the been corrected sooner if the
his team with a 39 which was played at and DeWitt Griffis' sacrificefly
two strokes over Bradford'slow Country Club.Bradford. scored Whitehead. Square, US 301 South, ((837 S. head got on with a single and the National L.P. Gas Asso use of electricity to fill energy tree enterprise system had
37's. Walnut St.t.) in front of TG & Y then stole second. Whitehead ciation board. needs is that more energy been allowed to operate with
Store. made it to third on a passed Sawyer expressed belief( (fossil fuel) is consumed in out controls.
needed"We had to win the low with scores, but the we .. ... ... Out of the Starke area last ball. Later, Griffis made it to that solar energy would not be producing electricity, than the The speaker, president of
spread too month, Reynolds collected first with a walk and imme able to fill the energy gap amount of energy generated, Suwyor-Slade vi.is I Co.ii.s
others were just because of the expense of har the speaker said. introduced hv' KoUirum
T.ll
said Bradford Coach 344,333 all-aluminum cans diately stole second. In the .
Warney high, Adkinson.On from the public and paid them confusion that followed: nessing it for industrial use Sawyer stated that govern- Slado.

Friday the team was $2,245.63. Whitehead stole home andscored. I. .
again defeated, this time by Paul Hayden, Reynolds' re .
Leesburg with a score of 161- gional recycling managersaid Another score was chalkedup
166. Bradford's low score was ,"At a worth of$3()()a ton, in the third inning after

.. ..;;..... recyclable aluminum is very Hazen walked and. stole
EM m' valuable. Imagine what the second. Whitehead got on by LA E HAMPTON OAKS"

,.? wr" dl awe'. average household could the catcher's interference..
FLORIDATHEATRE' iris m collect in a month, just by Bill Cain then slammed a I
yIt- keeping! a separate container double that scored Hazen and
for their household aluminum Whitehead, but Whitehead
.-. lCI'a p." missed the third base tag and Now Available

"Besides the familiar all-. was called out. .
aluminum beverage cans," A fourth Inning score "Restricted"
Hayden added, "this category resulted after Jimmy Mobleygot
Fri Sat & Sun would include TV dinner on base with a infield 1-1/2 acre lots on Lake Hampton and 1 to 2 acre

................ trays, pie pans, margarinetubs error. Mobley advanced to building sites in "Lake Hampton Oaks" a new
r. ( Bradford netter Ruth Haien stretches for s good backhand foil, pudding and snack ,third on infield outs and subdivision on 301 south of Starke.

; 7HE u UnlNG : return in a match held earlier this season. containers i scored I double steal on another after Fred confusing Clem-

COMEDY 7HEYF.4R... i iI mons was walked and stole for Our Grand opening will be soon so reserve your
lot now before the rush. Drive out this weekendand
I j UP -RQARIOI/5 i: Girl Netters Swing+ second.Two more scores were look us over.

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UPo Another Victoryhas wild pitch. Bill Cain got on by REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER" '' '

1 >' error and then Griffis walked, ,
loading the bases. Jimmy EXCLUSNE AGENT
/ Mobley squeezed Whiteheadin
1. girls netted and Christi Redding who nor- finished its conference and Cain scored on an infield 473-4883 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
another victory last Thursday mally hold the number 7 and matches with 7 wins and 3 out.

,. when they defeated Leesburgin 10 spots on the team roster. losses. They begin the district The two victories pushed the 475.2636"EASY
tt all but one tennis match Coach Howard was playoffs on April 18. Tiger's season record to 86.Tiger's .
rI pushing the day's score to 6-1 very play on Thurs
pleased with how well Pam again
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and their overall record to 14-
"( and Christi filled the vacant "I feel very confident that day, April 4, in Gainesville.

4.Coach Melba Howard was a positions.The the girls will do well in the
NgAi DIND netters travel to Green playoffs which highlight our
little worried when Jennifer
s.eouc11er1' Cove Springs for their next season's efforts "
states
Jockel of her
one top players,

match 8. The Coach Howard.
on April team
lost the opening match. How
DaNeea.aw' ever, she left the match being DOES IT" Gulf takes the work out of tire buying. Come on in
Q quite pleased with the perfor and see just how easy it is to find the right tire at the
,Ge mance of her girls. Tough OppositionHits price at the right place.liquidation .
MfttUNftMntQBIMutDKBtC C WIMIACULAR-w.n Jennifer's match ended in a TIRE BUYING.right

score of 16. The rest of the
matches were wins, but most
": o"A were really close, says Coach Tennis TeamBradford -
Howard Debbie Mitchell won While They Last

with a score of 8-5, Ruth Hazen tennis team Samons 5-8.
boys GULF CROWN
with 8-6, Pam Tucker also had a tough time last week as The boys are idle now over y. GULF RADIAL
with 8-6, and Christi Reddingwith the spring break and play
8-4. they lost to St. Augustine and again on Tuesday, April 8, ............-.a*t*..-...r_ Cord..+.- 78 BELTED
but washed out
GOoIYSPc In the doubles competition, Leesburg North Marion in matches on when they meet Green Cove Mayan Cod..Its- Load Hang._ Tubalaoo-a-Pty.........
Jennifer Jockel and Debbie and Thurs Springs in Clay County. WhHawalla Cord. ....>P.>.lu.a Hayon
Monday, Tuesday,
Mitchell 8-6 with the teamof CON. ..! ..
won -Load".n.
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Hazen and Tucker skunking lost in .SIZE TRADE-IN PRICE FET.
On Monday the boys
their opponents 8-0. Egg Hunt Liquidation While They Last
A WALT DISNEY CARTOON FEST St.Augustine by a score of 25. .
Two of the
starting playerswere Mike McRae won the only ,11..11 net
TECHNICOLOR', _. 95
rnnw* unable to attend Thursday's singles match for the netters For Gridders UII "01171-1'"71-1' 34 'lot.11
match the
so places
of White
by a score 8-5. Larry
were filled by Pam Tucker was defeated 8-9 in extended d '4 'P' '
I play. Other scores were: Is DifferentMembers f i I .1170-14 95 11.75FII7014 I I 'I
Crews 5-8 Andy Crews $39 sao '
Randy
FII70-1. 1.11 ; :, ,
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DRIVE IN The team went 1-1 in the High varsity and junior var
doubles when Larry White and sity football teams participated 011711-4 95 till 141 I I'I'HII70,4
Mike McRae won &-7 over in their annual rough 01170-11 $45 '.15 I' '
301 S. StarkeFRIDAYSATURDAY their opponents and Randy and tumble version of an Eas r'I' HII711-1I 1.41sin

Crews and Scott Tinsler fell 6- ter egg hunt on Friday. ,,' ?I 'r; li'' P '

APRIL 4-5 8.On The event took place during JM70-10 ,, ,,
Tuesday the netters the last period of school, UI7O-1S '$4995 1.74
made a come back and before the holiday weekend. i!
TRIPLE FEATURE skunked the North Marlon This hunt is different from i .i ', ,

r CJUnustmmeJm, team 7-0 in an easy match. the typical holiday activity in '
s 15% OFF GULF
I { ORGY Winners in the singles that the 'eggs' are actually
OF THE matches were: Randy Crews footballs. The balls are hiddenby

,, 8-3, Andy Crews 8-0, John the coaches and the objectis POWER CREST .,
UmCDEADPGRISLY Samons 8-1, Scott Tinsler 9-7, for the players to find( the
Kenny Rodrique 8-0. The balls and carry them to a SIZI TRADE-IN PRICE .
FCTuta
doubles matches were won by circle in the center of the field. batteries BLACK WALLS WHITEWALLS
John Samons and Ricky Although it may sound easy,
1 Brown by a score of 8-3 and the task becomes much more
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Kenny interesting learned Plus Trade-In For All "1-4 $26 1.47 '
l + HORROR White with a score of 8-6. that the only rule of the game Sizes. I
Things were bad on Thursday is..anythlng goes.
ALL IH CULM! when the team was Action that takes place O7I-14 -
defeated 7-0 by a tough Lees when a hand full of players f.'r' Free Car Wash With HTO-14 07011M70K *29 95 '31 95 104aoo.
burg club. Leesburg put it to spot the same ball is probably, '"
Bradford just as hard as as rough as any that will be Lubrication And Oil '
Sun & Mon Bradford put it to North encountered during the next
Marion two days before. season. Filter Change J70-1S 170-11 -. $3595Gulf MMa.ai
Singles contenders were: Each of the 11 l footballs hid-'
CHICKS IN CHAINS Larry White 3-8, Mike McRae represented a prize of Gulf.
on the lam from prison... 2-8, Randy Crews 2-8, Andy either an easier basket or a ,
s Crews 7-9, John Samons 1-8, chocolate easier egg. The gold
s s with) doubles played by Larry ball was delivered by Emmitt
White and Mike McRae f-8, Bright who received a large .
and Randy Crews with John basket for his efforts. makes tire buying eas ..

$ s. a Tommy Reddish, former

,,,1 1hE Old 1 running back for the Bradford
t team, reports (that Bright cap :-:
a 1 I IIMI It tured the ball after it came Holiday Inn ,Gulf & U-,Hal l '
out of
mob
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MOVCIAB _- ( I,wish I could have been in
KN AMERICAN MTERNATIONAL/ RELEASE ee IOU there were no bamorlehIn there, but it was a lot more fun ;''' '' -
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e Bradford Nine Wins 10-2 Over Vanguard



Tommy Wise tossed the (Hull slammed a single which hUh with a single which was Tommy Wise, Tommy for-4, and Tommy Reddish 'ence-' play, their only loss
Bradford nine to another big took a bad hop and rolled end- followed by Malt Hull's base Reddish, and Jackson Pre also" 2-for 4. going to Ocala Forest just last
t 10-2 victory over Ocala Van- lessly, allowing the play to be hit.A double steal put runnerson valt \Hull, Wise, and Aycox BHS bast-bailers had a good weck. The ,team plays again
$ guard on Tuesday,April 1, for turned into a score. second and third Tommy were knocked in for the day at the plate,once they got on Friday,. April 4, at Buch-
another Big Sun Conferencewin. "They didn't have a fence Wise pulled a suicide squeezeto scores cranked up, covering the field holz, another conferencewith
around the field so when a ball successfully score Aycox. "We started out playing 15 well placed hits. game. BHS also plays Satur-
"Wise pitched an excellent got by the fielder it just rolled Jackson Prevatt then singledto slow, I think my boys had a This victory leaves' the day afternoon in Live Oak.
game for us again," states and rolled," explained Coach score Hull. complex over the left handed Bradford team 6-1 in confer-
Coach Harry Hatcher of the Hatcher. All of the final scores were pitcher. They don't get a
."J In the same inning, Tommy added in the sixth inning on a chance to face one often. Once Parents Asked To
Bradford team. Wise walked Examine Test
L! Wise hit a double which also barrage of hits. Jeff Jockel they got used to him we really Results
4 four only, two and allowed batters five struck hits.out rolled on and was convertedinto was first on base by an error. started moving," explained Next Friday,April 11, Bradhome results of the Florida!
Ocala's in the a score. Tommy Reddish Charlie Revel then got a base Coach Hatcher ford students in grades 1-8 will State Wide Eighth Grade
aq; trsa runs came slammed a triple and scoredon hit which scored a pinch The top hitters of the day be asked to bring home their Testing Program.
first and fourth innings off of runner for Jockel. Kenny Matt Hull who went 3-
Jackson Prevatt's single. were; results from the Compreherp/ Parents are asked to look
r4 ,one Bradford's hit each.first score came This left the score 3-1, BHS. Aycox smacked a single and for-3, Jackson Prevatt 3-for 4, sive Tests of Basic Skills for the test results (rom theirIn
scored Revel. Hits were 2-for-4, addition, eighth graders children and lo examine the
in the fourth inning when Matt en Aycox. was on ,in the Kenny Aycox Tommy
Bradford basketball afar Elva Hampton signs a grantInaid followed by Matt Hull, Wise 1-for 2, Charlie Revel 2- will also be asked to take results carefully.
with St. Johns River Junior College. Coach Mike Sexton
(left) and Elva's new coach, Neal Chancey of St. Johns,
stand above him.Bradford.



Standout 'I'IG&:: R \ $ -\e



Signs- With SJRJCPALATKA .

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Elva Hampton has signed a
Bradford High
School basketball standout grant-in-aid Wednesday with ta\t.

8t.College Johns River Junior family centers d $

Hampton, selected Best .
pifli3 gOf34 '< ', Defensive Player of 73-74, has
been All-Conference for two mill "
years. He holds a scoring rnWill WID0 a'i\
average of 10.6 and has a
r record of 4.6 for assists. bprnMon-WMStoB
"He's got the potential to be U. S. 301 Starke Fla
Thurs Sat 9 to 9 -Sun 12IOS
by Nell Crawford an outstanding junior college |
player as a guard," said Neal
As I predicted, Bassmaslers Chancey, basketball coach at
found the going pretty toughon St. Johns. "He's a good ball PROCTOR
Rodman Saturday the 29th. handler and is excellent in SILEX -
The wind was a factor most team play"
of the It Hampton has been a start-
day. didn't blow quiteas
hard as I anticipated.The ing BHS eager for the past ICE CREAM GOLDEN lOT"FREEZER
water in Rodman has three years and has been on 22
just been raised back to it's BHS basketball teams which Fail TimeSupvr -"=
normal level. have won nine trophies for the
school.At .
At 7 p.m. all boats returnedto St. Johns River Junior Specials' :
the landing. Some of the College, Hampton will join
Bassmasters weren't too former teammates Curtis A 4 qt. capacity electric freezer
happy with their catch but White and Abie Williams who designed for year-round fun and IT
said they will get even with old signed with the school last flavor! And, you don't have to do }Iii :' i'f, l ROTARY
big mouth next time. year. all the work) DYNAMARK
After all the fish had been
weighed we found a tie for
first. place. Sarah Biggs 88 LAWNMOWER
Lamar Williams and $18 MOWER \
Charles Durkee caught the RIDING
exact pounds of bass as did Wins BMSSpelling EACH F401 F
Don Brown and II.F. Higgins. LIMIT 1
'Third place went to John
Crissman and Bob Taylor,
BeeSarah Save \
This was John and H.F'sfirst $54900

tournament. They sure I 100. \\t "r "
fished hard. II.F. must have Biggs was winner of I-
given out some citations. It is the Bradford Middle School eye MODEL W0905

good to see the new members spelling bee which was held on _
f fishing out of the top three Friday March 28, at 9:30: a.m.. 8 H.P.
I bdats. Spandsrhke aUJhe.oily! >ifl the Middle.$.SchfloE'i .>i > 36"" CutTrans Axle
embers better take Tieedt / -
Other winners were Richard ?
t t.! Lamar Williams landed the Vallelanes first runnerupand ElecMTStert'' .'. "eq n "4'''
biggest fish, H.F. Wiggins Debra Smith as second -
landed the second largest. runner-up. Miss Biggs is the (
This H.F. Is a real 'Hawg daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wa Will Ba
Hunter.' Bobby Biggs of Starke. To IVIifui4
Happy |
Our April tournament has Mrs. Denna Patrella servedas ,
been set for April 26 on the St M.C. for this annual event. 1-J V Veer Many I
Johns River Boats will launchat Mrs. Julie Fuller announcedthe Or I II You An Not t .jSilitlli
the city dock in Palatka. words with the following < Wild mffYour ,
The tournament will begin at 7 education personnel as I Purch,..
a.m. and end at 7 p.m. with a judges: Connie Clark, Mrs. Large 22" cut. 3% HP B & S engine. Easy-
I
weigh-in at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Gladys Thomas, and Miss HD 30 WT to-start. Throttle on handle. Safety side
The 74-75 season is moving Carolyn Isaac.Outstanding. Flander! ejection feature. Metalic green in color
in a rapid pace, only four spellers from
more tournaments left. each of the school's teams
So far this has been our participated in the contest.
..:most productive year tangling Participants listed by team LAWN GLIDER In
with old big mouth. were: Karen Holtz and Debra Q.UoAKEoRRSToA.TLEMOW $698
Up until this point we have Smith from 6A; Sandra Carton
had an accident free year. We Harper and Tina Crawford Sturdy steel tubing frame. Big
strive for this. from 6B; Byron Roberts and enough for 2 to enjoy) the great out- I
., ,The only accident that Lynne Johns from 7A; Timmy doorsl Weather resistant finish. Prices
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happened was that Julian Jones and Chub Johnson from
McRae accidently caught a 7B; Carolyn Duckworth and
bass. Diane Wright from 8A; Limit 10
,Julian says he can make Richard Vallelanes and Susan RA0/0,
those accidents happen. Don't Massey from 8B; and Sarah
underestimate Julian, he's Biggs and Sandra Barnes $2O188. -L
:overdue for a lunker. from 8C.According.
,. .In regard to Rodman, I believe to Myrna Lou 2$100MATCHING
:> fishing will pick up about Rahn, assistant principal of
the middle of April and should the middle school, the winner, e
,.be good through November. first runner-up and second ...
Those lunkers are still lurkingnear runner-up will go to the Brad- -

their bedding grounds. ford County Spelling Bee on T88O88 Fair Time
They should go on,a rampagein April 11, at 10 a.m. in the $ '
a couple or three weeks. Bradford County School CHAIR GARDENfrocE WHEELBARROW
Talk is out that a 21 lb. 4 oz. Board room. Super Spvcial: .
bass was landed in Rodman
last week. I personally
haven't seen any pictures or FOR SALE MATCHING Heavy guafl9 Heavy guage
any written evidence pertaining -' $ steel. Tray 3 $1288 steel.| Tray 3
to this catch. If it is true, it or ROCKER cu.ft. capacity. cu.ft. capacity.
will be a new FIA record. It TRADEOne V
would also fall only 1 Ib. 3 oz.
'.-' short of the world record of 22 200 Watt Amplifier
lbs 4 oz. caught by the late 1150.00
.George Perry. Mr. Perry One Grctch Guitar100.00 Bansect-DogorCat TOILET BOWLDEODORANT
landed the world record fish Or Both for 225.00 COMET CLEANSER
out of Lake Montgomery In
the state of Georgia in 1942. FLEA COLLARS
v Tickets are now on sale for One 351 Magnum Holster
the three prizes to be given f 113.00
:
"away May 20. See any Bass- One 20 Gauge Magnum Limit 5 oo
., master for a ticket.The prizes Shotgun Itacha 5 FOR $1 FOR $100DIAMOND 00
:.' are top quality fishing tackle, $100.00 Limit 6 fOf\ $1
you can see it on display at Will Trade For Good Vied
>.h. \Starke Builders Supply.. Car or Motorcycle Over
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HEIGHTS bulbs by hitting the bullseyewith in huge wire lined, four feet
Thousands flocked to Keystone darts, and high-rise square cookers, which could Following the dinner, the r "r
Heights last week, lining bucket rides for young and old hold as many as 80 halves of approximate 3,500 cooper v'j/ ,
SR-100 and filling every alike. chicken at one time. tive members crowded in and ? .
vacant parking space for around the large tent to hear
blocks around, for the annual Many of the onlookers took While others milled around introductions of special guests r .
Clay Electric Cooperative's advantage of the Lion's Eye the grounds, placing their and dignitaries and to listen to i

f general meeting. Mobile which was stationed on votes for three of the six candidates the guest speaker, Jimmy ; a.
If' the grounds giving free tests that would Carter, a 1976 Democratic
Lending a carnival air to the for Glaucoma in the Lion's Districts 2, 4 and represent 6, as candidate for President of the 'Ihl t ; (il +.

day's activities were refreshment fight against blindness. Trustees on the cooperativenine United States.On YA

booths selling popcorn Hungry spectators started member board, the into the afternoon, members
and cokes demonstrations of forming the food line way before Cathedral Quartet of Tenn., sat impatiently[ waiting
various electrical equipment noon for the free fried entertained listeners with to hear their number called
: set inside one of the ware- musical
up selec
chicken dinners that many gospel
were for of the
{,houses, a chance to win light fried tions. one more than 100 + Y ,
6 deep by co-op employees door prizes given away. ', + ''ti "
9 n "Mi
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After the last lucky person rrc 1.
received his gift, the tent r
.' vacated hurriedly with irp 4'R,
,Point of view ...................................................:.... people returning to their

)..0'' homes, some as far away.as n9 ry ry'' 9W;
100 miles. ,

*' 'Dismal Failure Chairs were stacked neatly

Tragic within minutes ready for load-
ing and down came the tent
until next year when it will go

up again as a sure sign of
x'' Serious crime in the United States Spring in Keystone Heights.OJHEEGJCIL b.
Perhaps need to take lesson
we a from ,.
17 cent in 197.4-the largest n
I rose increase in per 14 according to figures Saudi Arabia, a nation that some of our ...........................

t i just Edward released Levi.by years U.S. Attorney General permissive inclined to look court at officials askance as might lagging be E o OBI rV1.I Jf5(5( E:

behind our "enlightened" reformist

methods of dealing with crime cQ c E EIn a .".+,e.,.
Itt "These figures represent a dismal and

tragic failure on the part of our present The Saudi Arabian government has
', .system of criminal justice, the previous articles we have
just announced that King Faisal'sassassin
r' Attorney General commented. been talking about how the Hundreds lined up and waited clot to MI hour for a fro* f. ,t a -' .
w.
"Unfortunately, these results were his nephew, Prince Faisel Ibn family can help their fried chicken dinner last Thursday at the annual meeting of p;,+ ,
Musaed, is sane and will soon go on trial. alcoholic. We will now go intoa Clay Electric Cooperative in Keystone Heights. Cop ';1 ,
,
t he added "We must ; t ;
predictable, This means he will probably be general discussion of the employers used the garage from which to cook and serve tbii ; r understand that an effective criminal beheaded in public, for according to mental part of the disease 5,400 halves of chicken. Cooking started at 2 a.m. ,, v' a ?

justice system must emphasize Islamic legal code, the penalty for No treatment exists which

1 deterrence. There are many causes of murder is public execution Not a word can restore the alcoholic's
crime, but among them is the failure of about "rehabilitation" control so that he can drink
and
our system to move quickly and -or"reformation" normally again. This would be -.letters the Editor.
Just beheaded to
effectively to detect and punish period. a complete cure, and no such .
exists at this of
thing stage our
All of the criminal
ojfenders. segments "
"We must deterrence knowledge.
emphasize
justice system need help and support ifj Dear Editor: Here again I solicit and en
says the U.S. Attorney General, and we When we say "recovered D YS Replies To Criticism
: we are to do better, and all segments The of this letter is courage the cooperation that
the purpose
,
hope that softhearted jurists and other alcoholic, we mean re
(, must recognize the serious covery of health and well- to respond to an editorial that implementing good, sound
responsibility to do better." do-gooders are listening-especially in being. We also mean the re .appeared in The Bradford deter the child's unacceptable problem or a court problem, juvenile programs. I stand
t view of the 17 per cent increase in covery of sobriety, which is County Telegraph on behavior. they are community ready to meet with anyone at
serious crime last February 27, 1975. The Division of time to discuss
any problems
year. the normal state for the non problems.
; i The violent crimes of murder, forcible alcoholic world. We mean the (3)( ) Parole or Altercare Youth Services cannot solve within our system, ways of

rape, robbery, and aggravated assault There are those who will continue to ability to live as others do in From reading the afore- Division of Youth Services- these problems independ improvement etc,
"t increased 11 per cent in 197.4, as the everyday world as a citizen mentioned editorial, there Bureau of Field Services is responsible ently We need and encouragethe James F. Pearce
argue that capital punishment is not a appears to be some misunderstanding for
compared with five cent rise in the a parent, and as an providing super input of sheriff depart
per DistriclSupervisor
deterrent to crime. But somehow wed as to the Juvenile vision of all children i who have
member ofsocialy ments, police departments,
Robbery increased 14 acceptable Division of Youth Services
previous Justice
year. per be willing to bet that the murder rate in We mean the recovery System, particularly returned from a State facility, schools, other community
it cent, forcible rape and aggravated the responsibility of the Divi i.e. school.
training
and agencies, and
of human
Saudi Arabia is considerably less than every ordinary sion of Youth Services programs ART STUDENTS
assault each rose nine per cent, and that_in the. United States. function except one, and that Bureau of Field Services. I, I would also like to respond most certainly the people that DISAPPOINTED'!
murder was five cent. is the to make the community. In
up per one exception ability would like to take this opportunity certain specific comments up Dear Mr. Editor:
f. nineteen
drink. this respect, some
in
to the aforementioned edi-
briefly explain the months ago, the Division of March was Youth Art Month
Fortunately today, the major areas of responsibility.As torial. Youth Services, Bureau of and in recognition of this Art
alcoholic does not need to
Law become a skid-row derelict per Florida State Statutes Paragraph two of the Field Services was involved in Club at Bradford Middle
I Loitering Upheld before his disease is recognized Division of Youth Ser editorial quotes Sheriff Dolph the creation of the Alachua School went on March 1 to -

for what it is. Most alcoholics l vices Bureau of Field Services Reddish as saying that the County Juvenile Committee.The Gainesville where we visited
still have jobs, homes, has responsibility in the Division of Youth Services is reasons for the formation various places of interest.
t 1N rgro" **!*. and families< in our, present following major areas, : "a total failure.';;, From my of this committee was to Mrs. O'Brian our sponsor,
1 And while we're on .the.gttbje t ..oft' .iand-explain; his presence .en the scene. society. This-has become true "" .,viewpoint, pertainly do Holt;\ assemble(r'' representatives has b anyyfngforfoux Wijt'ks
crime, it is heartening to' leartwthatiFlorida's : "Under circumstances jvhere a breach of primarily: through the effortsof ((1)) Intake Florida State see the Division of YoutlrServices :: from' all facets of the ct>m- 151A 'an? lrtTCleVon, sTliiA\ 1
v { the is two organizations, the Statutes Chapter 39 defines as a total failure There inanity that deal with Juveniles This trip printed in vour tfaWiO
1973 anti-loitering law has peace or public safety threatened
Intake as "the acceptance of are more treatment to enhance and improve but now Youth Art Month'sover
"National Council on Alcohol-
been upheld by a 5-2 Supreme Court we find no constitutional violation in ism" and "Alcoholics Anony complaints and the screeningof resources, i.e... Halfway communication and cooper and it looks as if we did
t', 'decision calling it a proper law requiring credible and reliable mous." them to eliminate those Houses, Group Homes, ation. I feel this committeehas nothing to celebrate it.

enforcement tool to protect the public identification," the court said. which do not require action by Eckard Camps, Training made great strides in We wanted to write and
safety. We must understand what to the court, the disposition of School and others,available totoday's accomplishing this goal. our in
look for in order to recognize the without express disappointment
complaint court "children in trouble"Ihan
The prowling(or loitering) must I have The Bradford County
occur such
suggested a
alcoholism, especially in the action when appropriate, the there has ever been in the
The new statute, patterned after the in a place at a time and in a manner not earlier phases. Treatment referral of the child to another history of this State. committee lor Bradford Telegraph.

model penal code, replaced a 1971 anti- usual for law-abiding persons, and under here will often save the alto public or private agency when County (there is a committee Bradford Middle SchoolArlClubdlembers:

loitering statute that was invalidated as circumstances that threaten the public holic from having to go appropriate, and the instiga The Florida Rules of Juvenile functioning in Union County).
i and overbroad.A the decision said. through the last 10 to 15 yearsof tion of court action when it is Procedure and Chapter 39
being safety,
vague hell that "
literal so many necessary. of the Florida Statutes have
alcoholics in the past have had set forth procedures that protest --Da4(! m f5f Qro J c a-
I spokesman for the state's criminal This decision, and the statement of to go through.In Intake is responsible for the rights of children as

appeals division says the ruling gives the U.S. Attorney General concerningthe the early phases of alto accepting complaints made well as the community. We some allowance??
Florida law enforcement of will against children charged with have, in my opinion, a good Here are more ques
a significant importance emphasizing holism the person make
would depend
Your
truancy, runaway, ungovern tions folks have been asking. I A-- eligibility -
checks
.{ tool, offering good balance between the deterrence to crime hold out hope that promises to quit, but is ability, and all law violations, within system of the Juvenile and balance Justice hope the answers to these upon the nature of your

legitimate exercise of individual the pendulum of justice may be swinging literally unable to keep those of with the exception of traffic System. Recently, our director questions.. will help you make disability. You are eligible if

freedom and the right of other away from overemphasis on the rights of time promises, no over matter A period how offenses. Mr. Joseph R. Rowan, the decisions that come up you wear one or more prosthetic
the criminal back toward released a "Status of when you are thinking about or orthopedic devices
individuals to be protected against consideringthe he wants to. He report
t desperately For the offenses of truancy, the services available to the which tend to wear out or tear
.. crime. rights of citizens.No drinks to relax, to relieve tensions Juvenile Crime Control in Flo
law-abiding and You
; runaway ungovernability, rida." The following was veterans here in Bradford your clothing. must apply.
and to escape problems.He our Intake office has the re County. for the benefit however.
taken from this
The Supreme Court disagreed with longer must a police officer be may have blackouts, andcan't sponsibility of making a report. Q--I was just discharged Q-Will my wife's income

{; defense contentions that the law afraid to ask a suspect what he is doing did remember while things. he saidor determination as to whether "Neither the 'sympathy, from military service and help me qualify fora GI home
i drinking. the child will be referred to given them another chance plan to study under the GI loan from the Veterans Ad
$' I illegally requires an accused person to and why. If the person has nothing to A few alcoholics are fortun the Juvenile Division of the and another chance' without Bill. How long do I have to ministration?! I was honorably

f,';:, incriminate himself by forcing one hide he shouldn't mind being ate enough to have families or Circuit Court. In all law viola service approach nor the complete training? discharged; from the military

< suspected loitering to identify himself questioned. friends who recognize the dis- tion cases, our Intake office 'lock them up and throwaway A--A law enacted in July service last month and planto
ease in its early phases, or the has the responsibility of the key' system can be 1974 extended GI( Bill eligibility buy a home using my VA
alcoholic himself may be hon making a recommendation for defended in corrections. for veterans from 8 to 10 loan entitlement.
I est enough to realize that or against a petition to the Effective handling of juvenile years after date of discharge.The A--Yes. VA since July 1973
I A $2OOOBreakM : drinking is starting. to cause State Attorney's office. The delinquents must be 'halfway extension also applies to has been giving full recognition
him problems. final decision as to whetherthe between the tear gas and the eligible spouses, widows and to income of both veteran
*i., 4 child does in fact go to tear ducts.' It must be 'disci- widowers of veterans who and spouse in determining
3; Many treatments exist court rests solely with the plined treatment. This is the train under the Veterans Ad- ability to repay GI loans
Good for which are designed to remove State Attorney's office. goal of the Division of Youth ministration compensation fora
news prospective the home building industry by helping the compulsion to drink or at Services." service-connected disability. f'or more Information on
homebuyers who have been holding off clear out a backlog of an estimated least to reduce its force so that Intake is also responsiblefor Veterans Affairs contact the

k because of exhorbitant building costs 600,000 unsold, new homes in the nation. the alcoholic can live comfortably making detention deci "The Division of Youth Ser Q-Am I entitled to the Service Officer in the courthouse. -

b., and high interest rates is contained in Congress has estimated that the total and happily without Statutes sions. As Chapter per Florida State vices operates under the best agency's $150 annual clothing William S.llaa.
drinking at all. These are psychologically 39.03 an set of laws and policies that
y the new tax bill passed by Congress and credits under the bill amount to some based treat Intake Counselor cannot the director has seen in any

reluctantly signed by President Ford. $600 million. ments, because their purposeis authorize detention without an slate in this country based r '4:.Na F ,y ,f71'7+ "yVR1
,.
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fi to re-educate the alcoholicto order by the court, unless upon nearly 15 years of sur v', .vc

;' The law provides a five per cent tax The homebuyer must be the first a new way of life without follows detention: is required as vey-consultation experience, '

credit on the purchase price of new occupant of the house to qualify for the alcohol. pnor to coming Further to Floridaover the y''

a homes, with a maximum credit of $2,000. credit, and it must be his principal placeof The treatment must .be in (Ill I) "To protect the person Florida a year Legislature ago. has ;,

In addition to the purchase of already-. residence.The depth, and must deal with the or property of others or of the vided the greatest variety pro of ,
whole This is child.
true
man.
constructed houses, the tax credit also resources to carry out the i
applies to the purchase of mobile homes, $2.000 credit because the new way of life ((2)) Because he has intent of the law for rehabilitation At
will be welcome by must be a satisfying one to the no III i1H i iN
# and to those who build their own homes prospective home buyers and builders, alcoholic or he will I not wantto parent guardian, responsibleadult and training, instead of. vt?
retributive
in 1976. maintain it. It cannot relative, or other adult punishment -
of whom have' been denied the, hope
many the able leading to a system which is
by court to
tosucceed if it is approved
merely a restriction -
{, privilege in recent years, of owning provide supervision and care providing better protection of
against drinking
'To ,
1 prevent sellers from taking the .
their home public <,
own a right to which for him.
of
+ 'r every such as the use Antibuse <
.
-t. ; t'J; advantage of the credit by jacking up American should be enforced #
'w working entitled. alone, or abstinence,
"Prior to taking the
my over '
ithe price of the home the law requires ((3)) To secure his 4
such as incarceration in an in 'presenceat directorship of the Division of +
Fyt, ,,;T 'that the sale be made at the lowest price The stimulating effects of this tax stitution. The treatment must the next hearing. Youth Services, it was con

t tJ .J at which the new home was ever offered credit on the building industry should be reach down into the inner A child cannot be detainedfor sidered one of. 1 not the best
t for sale. man, and bring about a In the a;
y;,*; more than 48 hours withouta programs country, as
almost immediately evident as well as change there. court hearing. At that hear .based upon first hand know std."fc

The tax credit the good effect of putting more families Religion has been changing ing, the court will determine ledge of operations by the various 0
was designed to spur under a roof they can call their own.fc the inner man all down whether continued detentionis standard setting agen

through history, and for all necessary. cies. During the past year,the l ,
< x
kinds of people, not just alto holics. It has brought about ((2)) Probation Division of to improve, and the F h
V"R this change for individual Youth Services-Bureau of national standard setting
sRADFORO .p4I
C'omili'NCE'8 N alcoholics time and again over Field Services is responsible agencies tell us that Florida
4p > the centuries. It can and will for supervising all children either leads the nation, or Is
continue to do the job for some placed on probation by the among a handful of states
aeaau 9ap individual alcoholics without Circuit Court Judge in the doing so, in the Juvenile Justice
} .1 any other means being Juvenile division as well as field."

1. employed. There are any children placed on non-
i s BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER however who are unable many or; judicial probation. The Counselor -- As for cooperation by the
aIQN unwilling to the assigned to supervise a Division of Youth Services,
PuUieher which offered child on probation is responsible Bureau of Field Services we
answers are
Published each Thursday and intend' M second da**Matter at the Poet. Office at Sartre, Fla. under Act religion. by to the court in referenceto stand ready to communicateand
of March 3, 1879. assuring that the child cooperate with all facets .

Subscription raw In trade ana /6 per year: *3.GOeiii month*. Next week we will continue adheres to the court probation of the community. The problems -. TM,fwo-man "frying ...n.. take* 15 4ilksi.. of Wesson NI i
Outside trade area: .7 per year: 14.00 tix momr .. W discuss the mental aspects rules. The Counselor likewise of juveniles, particularly and deep trie to halve of chicken at a Mme At Clay
Alone 964-6306 Starke Fle.w of the disease of alcoholism. is responsible for developing a law violations Is not solely a trie. It I powered by an electric coil,of eourw. Tile co. ."tad
-o.W.M. treatment plan in an effort to Division of Youth Service( four of the big cooker going Thursday:.' -
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JRAPEFRUIT AFLAME ;

BRADFORD COUNTY won't stay flat-sew a piece of HOME NOTESFROM Need yeast for"baking"' If 1 large seedless grapefruit I
IN BRIEFBy FAIR IN PROGRESSIf featherboning onto the facing. comes in 'two 'forms-dry 2 tablespoon brown sugar
you haven't visited the It should be slightly longer YOUR EXTENSION HOME'1m granular and compress. 'l ne 1 teaspoon butter i I
Jeannette Prescott" Bradford County Fair yet this than the neckline. packages usually are dated 2 teaspoons whiskey or rum '
week I encourage you to planan When sewing with see- "' ECONOMICS AGENT and for best results, the yeast 2 tablespoons whiskey or ,
COUNCIL TO MEET afternoon or evening to do through fabrics, remember to should be used before the rum for flaming (warmed)
NEXT TUESDAYThe so. Fair time Is always use a see-through interfacing- BY KATHY BROWNcolor expiration date.Hemember Halve grapefruit and cut
Brooker Town Council exciting and' this year.'is no organdy, organza, net of tulle muffins shouldbe around sections to loosen.
meets on the second Tuesdayof different. When making the mixed only until the dry Combine brown sugar, butter
every month at 7:30: p.m. in Homemakers from the area short-short sleeve, cut a belt. Just cut two stripsof FOOD CLIPSIf visible fat from meat-before ingerdients are moistened. and-'2. teaspoon whiskey or
the new City Hall on Line have out-done themselves and sleeve lining (or fabric if two different fabrics the you like to marinate try preparing it. Overmixing results in a pool( rum; spread grapefruit halves
Street. The next regular we have many fine examplesof lightweight enough) fabric. desired length (or use 2 colorsof marinating lamb or other kind }Dough or' batter? Any texture with large holes and with mixture. Place grapefruit ..,
meeting is April 8 and all their talents and skills on Stitch both underarm seams. ribbon)., Place right sides of lean meat in a seasoned mixture thick enough to be tunnels. on broiler pan and set about \
persons interested in the display in the Home Division Then place sleeve and lining together. Stitch the long mixture of half oil and half rolled or kneaded is called a Sponge cake batter are 4 inches below heat in a preheated
business of the city are urgedto Exhibit.Stop to examine some right sides together. Stitch at edges. Press seams open. vinegar or other acid "dough". If it is thin enough to beaten well to incorporate air broiler. Broil about
attend. Come and find out of the articles and you might lower edge. Trim seam. Turn ingredient for several hours in pour or drop from a spoon as an aid in leavening. The 8 minutes until bubbly and t
what is going on in the get some new ideas for your and press. Now set in sleeveas (the refrigerator before then it is known as a batter butter must be handled gently starting to brown. Before '
government and developmentof own home. usual. Turn. Match seams. Now you broiling.An Sucessful baking You needto 'and baked immediately to serving, ignite/ warmed whiskey ;
our town. To "spruce up" an old dressor have a belt that is one color on easy way to cut down on use exact measurement of retain the air until the oven or rum and pour flaming .
March began a new year for SEWING HINTS add a decorative touch to a the top and another on the calories-If you're calorie ingredients, the right tool and heat sets the food in the over broiled grapefruit halves. ,
our elected officials. Officersof Have a square neckline that new one, why not make a two bottom. watching is to simply trim the right metnoa desired shape Makes 2 servings.
the town -------
are: Mayor, Roy
Carroll; Clerk, Joyce A.
Castlen; Councilmen, Carl
Edwards, chairman; C. L.
Atkinson, A. B. Adams, "
Kenneth Young, and Henry .
Harrell. r;
The population of Brooker is :
.I
391, according to the last .Ith \h
census In 1973, as furnished to
us by. the Florida League of "
Cities.This is an increase of 51 Afl4ISA .. ,Ie .
since 1970. By all pulling '
together, maybe we can speed ;
f fi
up the growth before the next
census in 1980. Let's try. i iBUDWEISER ir
RECREATION NEWS i !ie e
Lights have been providedat
the basketball and Softball
courts at the school. Brookerwill i !
have a Softball team this ..
year, and games will be
played at home. Due to the t '
leagues they have been part of i
before, they were unable to SAVE Iy/r .
play,any home games. This "
{ t
year, according to Steve BEER I
Brooker will be ableto
Nippper
play some games at home.A 6 W-D BRAND HANDI-PAK Quantity i :

brownie Troop has been 13 a= $ ,,28 USDA INSPECTED PURE Rights D DNRa.
Reserved f
organized with a total of 17 .
girls participating under the (NO ADDITIVES) W/NN rt'o'plPk;C''' j
leadership of Mrs. Reeba l ,
Robinson and her assistant, "nt

Willa MARKET Mae McRae.TO OPEN ti. c 4 M GROUND ,1 i

The Brooker State Farmers RI 4 as 1
Market is scheduled to open 6 6
about the second week in LLYL ,4
April, according to Mrs. Mary _s WHEN YOU
Lappe, secretary. It is hoped '"'-, BUY A 3-LB., ? 1 '

that of we fresh will vegetables have a bumpercrop to go BEEF 5-LB.1o., OR. ,F

through the market this year. HANDI-PAK LB. REEF PEOPEE ''

NEWS BOXI :!';
now have a box in Green's PRICES GOOD. THURS. APRIL 3 THRU WED. APRIL 9 1
Grocery for you to use to dropin ;
the items want
you i
published in the paper. Or, if W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ALL PURPOSEWESSON l' ;
you prefer, just call me, BOTTOM 1-LB. CAN ASTOR ) }
Jeanette Prescott, at 4851715. r
It will be greatly appreciated. OR 1-LB. BAG l lI

ROUND MAXWELL HOUSE
HAMPTONAREA i \

., ', I; : \ 'OIL I .H.\ ud ... .oa. Li j .d.i. 'H..l't/ e.A''I''FE'E' 'yW .Iujw "A..#.
NEWSBy I" ROASTROUND lc Ci! ? io '-U F" rf.-iil: I

Josephine Fontaine Limit 1 cooking oil ol choice w/$7.SO or more purch. excl. cigs. limit 1 coffee of your choice w/$'.$0., more purch. excl. .....


The Volunteer CITY NEWS Firemen will $ 19 $ t

meet Monday, Apr. 7, at 8 !
WaD BRAND

p.m.Hampton City Council will USDA CUT CHOICI BONIIISS BlipFULL I PUKPOSI All VAN CAMP

8.meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April "OIJAA. ASTOR PORK&BEANS I

.All the residents of Hampton STEAK B 48oz.
and the Hampton area OIL Ij
wish to thank the men from $139 LB. ,..... $168 BOTTLE 4 16-01.$100 EACH ; :
Lawtey Correctional Center, LB BIl. I CANS IJUMBC j::
who did such a wonderful jobon
;
< (SlICID tS 39))
building the fire house.It LI. $ 16.... 00 C
CannelHam TH.lnkMAID
was a beautiful day for . . 4 CAN, 4 Beans . 5 CANS $1 1 Lilac Towels ROLL 38 "&
the Volunteer Firemen's -
W-f BRAND USDA CHOICI SEEP PORTIRHOUSI OR THRlny TROPICAL i
fourth annual Easter egg huntat $ rAID $ II
the new ball park. Forty- T-Bone Steak . . ll'. . ,
five children enjoyed hunting .
THRIFTY MAID CUT DIIP SOUTH MISH :;

eggs firemen.that were Chief hidden Phillips by the .Slice diET Bacon . . PKO.I-Ll.. $109 1 Green Beans '. . 4 16-CANS... $1 1 Cue Chips . . 2 JARS. 88 \f
awarded prizes to each of the ,
three groups for the most eggs .
and the prize eggs. Cupcakes, &
cookies and crocheted easjer w D BRAND USDA CHOICE BtEF (WATER ADDED) WHOLE fRISKl1S ASTOR ;'?-

egg Hampton baskets Senior were Citizens sold by with the Sirloin Steak "L8 $149 1 Smoked Picnics u59C Dog Food 5 TANS:: $100 Orange Juice 6 CANS< 99C .-.'.

the help of Susie Powell. D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF COFFEE CREAMER CRACKIN GOODSaltines SALUTO '.

RECREATIONHampton Chuck Roast LB79c Coffee-mate 16.JAR... 99C . 2 PKGS.1 LS. $1 1 Party Pizza . V.sr.. $249 :,-::t'

Senior Citizens set .,
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HUNT'S I DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER BUNS OR SUPERBRAND COFFEE

up ford their County booth Fair for on the Monday.The Brad-. Chuck Steak IB89C Tomato Sauce 3 &J' :: $1 1 Hot Dog Rolls 3 PKGS.9PK. 88C Creamer .. .. I 4 CTNS; $1 1 {.a

booth is sponsored by the
w D BRAND USDA CHOICE' BEEF t I CARVE OVEN READY MUSSELMANN HARVEST FRESH WHITE OR PINKGrapefruit EGGO
City of Hampton and the "". French Toast 2 501 $-00|
National Protein Company. Rib Roast ., L8 $149 Apple Sauce 88C 5 .IABG79C PROS
Handicraft items, cup cakes .
w D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS MAXWELL HOUSEInstant HARVEST FRESH (NO HEAD OVER 29c) W 0 BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKS

and Senior cookies Citizens donated and by their the Shoulder Roast L8 $119 I Coffee ''Sff. $189 Lettuce . LB.19c Delmonicos .i $199| ;.:%
friends will be sold at the "
booth. Be and visit the \w D TASTYBeef SOUTHERN BISCUIT I DELICIOUS FRESM'

booth, located sure in the main Patties 3 PKG $199 Flour . 5 A. 68C' D'Anjou Pears 8 fOR 89C Yellow Onions 3 BLABO 49C t w .
building and sign the guest ; :
book. There will NOT be a :
meeting on April 4 due to the 1
Fair being on. There will be a .
meeting Friday evening,April FLORIDA THRIFTY MAID
18, 7:30: p.m. in the Senior IBROOKER
Citizen's room. LAND 0' SUNSHINE

FRIENDS&NEIGHBORS YELLOW ICE
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine
spent Easter Sunday visiting d
Mr. and Mrs. W. Schaub of BUTTER
Crescent City and Mr and CORN MILK
Mrs. Wm. Schaub and daughter h
and Miss Florence Schaubof
Long Island N.Y. ...
Mrs. Evelyn Powell wiI
entertained her uncle and .
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aunt, Mr and Mrs. D.E. ...
McGunnlgle, of Edmonds, ... .
Wash over the Easter week ( QTRS. ) TYSON CMICKIN, 'f:
end. Also present was Susie 8' 1 I .0 IA1I1BURV OK
,Powell, McGunnlgle, .
and EvelylValJl1an.Lucy HUNT'S 1-LB. IOUIA U.S. N.VINTVUPOTATOES. I TURKEYDINNER HALF J;:

KETCHUP PKG. EARS GAL.

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I LEGALS LA W.TEY

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NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' Church CHURCH of ACTIVITIES God Sunday The PTA meeting will be by Elizabeth Terry and family visited their bro law Mr. and Mrs. Carl'' Pre-

Wilbur Stephen"" has made THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- held on April 15at7 p.m. at the ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and vail. Gene :
I Application( to the Bradford CUIT OF' FLORIDA, IN AND vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE school cafeteria. There will be ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Heights on Thursday, and Mrs Waudell Crews of Mr.!Mr.and Mrs.and Mrs.Pearsonand Frank
County Zoning Board for re- FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Wednesday 7:30: p.m a cake auction and a Spring Kenneth Barfield, were Eas- visited St. Augustine on Fri- Nahunta Ga., on Sunday. and last
doswftcatton of the property FLORIDA Faith Baptist Church t Fashion Show, as well as the ter dinner guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley Camp with family relatives spent
weekend and
described below from EA to MS. Radio program over WPXE nominations for officers for parents Mr. and Mrs. ILL.Barfield. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Daniel Masseyand Here Sunday afternoon guestsof
5 acres in Section Z1, Twn. 5 CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-81 Starke 8 a.m. Sunday, Bible the 1975-76 school year. All I. family, of Naples, Mr. and their brother and sister-in- friends In Cottonwood Ala. 'and.
South, Rang. 22 East off Terry School 10 a.m. Worship Ser parents, relatives and friends Mrs. C.R. Crews spent last Mrs. Edward Massey and law, Mr. and Mrs. C.B Sealey Springs
Walter Martin ,
Road to construct a meat processing VALIDATION OF $250,000 CITY vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. of Lawtey Elementary students weekend with her soninlawand family of Raiford, Mr. and Cannon of Whitehouse Mrs. was-
OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA, invited to attend. and Mrs. S.L. Swindelland hostess for an Easter Sunday ,
plant and retail outlet. Prayer Meeting Wednesday are daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs: Randy Massey and Mr.
dinner for all
This change In classification (is WATER REVENUE BONDS 7:30 p.m. Bible Study. Since several acts of van- Tommy Clayton and son in daughter, of Swan Apart sons of Jacksonville, were family her
children and grandchildren
of
subject to a public hearing to be Faith Baptist Church will dalism have occurred duringthe Jacksonville Mrs Clayton ments, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saturday dinner guests
hold on Tuesday April 29, 1975 CITY OF LAWTEY, a public celebrate the 25th Anniver- holidays, anyone who has brought her home on Sunday Brooker and daughter, Mr. their mother Mrs. Edith and her brotherInlawand
at 7:30: PM in the County body corporate and politic of sary of their church and Pastor knowledge of children or afternoon. and Mrs. Wayne Massey and Swinney, and their grand- sister, Mr/; and Mrs Sidney
Commission room at the Brad Bradford County, Florida, A.E. Massey on Sunday, adults who have been late Mrs. Blanche Phillips and family, and Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. I H.msen. '
ford County Court House at Plaintiff, April 6.Elder. night visitors on the school Miss Arthurine Blanchard Spurgeon Massey and family Robertson. The boys enjoyedan Mr. and Mrs. CaseyDobbsand ;:
which time all persons Interested VS. J.E. Pierce of Bra- grounds is asked to notify the visited her sister Miss Enza gathered at the home of their egg hunt during. the afternoon their children and grand-"
shall! be heard for or against the THE STATE OF FLORIDA, and denton, will speak at the law enforcement agency Blanchard, in Macclenny on father,' A.E. Massey, on children enjoyed a picnic at
proposal, as specified in the the Taxpayers, Property Owners church on Friday night, April Tuesday afternoon Saturday for a family get- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler the home of' their parents, Mr.
Zoning Code of Bradford and Citizens of Bradford 4, and Saturday, April 5, at PERSONALSMaster Miss Elizabeth Terry was a'' together and meal. and daughters of New and Mrs. A'rlie Dobbs, on Eas-
County. County, Florida, including non-, 7:30: p.m. Sgt. and Mrs. guest of her nephewand niece, Mrs. Jessie Sochi of Atlanta, Smyrna, were Sunday guestsof ier Sunday
residents owning property or On Sunday there will be four Charles Edward Teston and Mr.and Mrs. Terry Futch and Ga., visited her cousins, Mr. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmarkand
John Torode, Chairman subject to taxation therein, pastors who will bring family, of Omaha Neb. were sons of Jacksonville Beach,;, and Mrs. Hermie Kelly, Sun- Doc Mosley family of Jacksonville,
Bradford County Zoning BoardL Defendants. messages during the day weekend guests of their Tuesday until Friday. Terry day afternoon. Mrs. Sue Lock and four were Sunday guests of their
M. Gaines, Director starting at 10 a.m. They are brother and sister-in-law Mr. came for her and brought her Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harveyof nieces, and Mr and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Lois Carter.
1tp ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETO 'Elder W.L. McSwain Fair- and Mrs. Earl Teston and home. Perry, spent the weekend Albert Lock of Hanover, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wain-.
mount, Ga.; Elder J.E. family, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly with their parents, the Charles spent a week with their son wright and family, of Eaton
: THE STATE OF FLORIDA Pierce, Bradenton; Elder Lonnie Teston and friends. On attended the 50th Wedding Starlings, and the E.G. liar- and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Park, spent the weekend with
NOTICE THROUGH THE STATE Tom Solosi, Glenville, Ga.; Sunday the Ed Testons and Anniversary party for Mr. and vpys. Mrs. Paul Lock and family. their mother, Mrs. Wilma
I, John Sherman, will no ATTORNEY FOR THE EIGHTH and Elder Davis West, Jesup, Earl Testons spent the day at Mrs. Floyd Wiggins at New Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker of Mrs. Sheri Griffis and Wainwright. Other guests
longer be operating under the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Ga. Also the church historywill St. Augustine. River Baptist Church Starke, attended services.on daughter Carla attended services were her brother-in-law and
name of 301-100 Gulf Service FLORIDA, AND TO THE SEV-- be given by A.E. Massey. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis recently.Mrs. Sunday with their grand- at Grace United Methodist sister, Mr. and Mrs. Al Purser
after March 31, 1975. ERAL PROPERTY OWNERS, There will be specials and and family, and Mrs. Maines Danny Thompson and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Church with her grandmother and son Eric and her daughter '
4/375 2tp 4/10/75 TAXPAYERS, CITIZENS OF congregational singing duringthe Griffis and children BRADFORD COUNTY, day. At the noon hour, Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Robert services with her parents, Mr. guests. Sr., and was their dinner gueston children of Jacksonville, for
FLORIDA, INCLUDING NON- there will be an old fashioned Smith and family of Bayless and Mrs. Fred Moore at First Mrs. Bessie Watts of Cres- Sunday. Sunday dinner.
RESIDENTS OWNING dinner served. Our friends are Highway, and Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church, Starke, and cent City, spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilki- Mrs. ().J. Phillips was a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO invited to attend Tom Whaley and family of were their dinner guests on her son and daughter-in-law, son and their mother, Mrs Sunday dinner guest of her
BRADFORD COUNTY TAXATION THEREIN, AND Grade United Methodist: Starke, visited their mother, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts, B.L. Wilkison Sr., attended son-in-law, and daughter, Mr.
FLORIDA ALL OTHERS HAVING OR Sunday school 9:45: a.m. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly and Barry Lee. Her soninlawand Easter Sunrise Services al and Mrs. Bill Cask ins and
CASE NO. 75Circuit Civil CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE Worship services 11 a.m. and Daisy Boch and Lynn and and daughters, Kathy and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvary Baptist church in family.
LANTON and OR INTEREST IN PROPERTYTO 7:30: p.m. United Methodist attended Homecoming at Virginia Cain of Lake Worth, G.C. Stanley,will stop by for a Starke, on Sunday. Sympathy of the communityis
RANDOLPH his BE AFFECTED BY THE Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Choir Highland with them on spent from Wednesday to few days on their way home Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs extended to the family and
PEGGY BARKER LANTON.
LESTER ISSUANCE OF THE WATER Practice 7:30 p.m. Wednes- Sunday. Sunday with their parents, from Albany, Ga., ,and will W.F. Atwood visited her relatives orJoe Stewart who
wife. Plaintiffs, vs REVENUE BONDS HEREIN- Jim Hilliard of Valrico, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. carry her home. mother, Mrs. Onie Thornton passed away Sunday morningat
SLADE and LULA SLADE, his AFTER MORE PARTICULARLY day.Sermon Topic for Sunday is spent the weekend with his Other guests were Jeff Cam Mrs. Edith Swinney was a of Auburndale, Monday to Bradford County Hospital.Mr. .
wife et at., Defendants. DESCRIBED OR TO BE AFFECTED "Confidence. It is also com- cousin, Mrs. Lois Carter. of University of Florida, and Wednesday overnight guest of Thursday.Rev. and Mrs. Robert Lee

NOTICE OF ACTION IN ANY WAY munion Day.Highland Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin MJV and Mrs. Irving Camp- her son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs. Fon/o were Sunday dinner guests of
ft THEREBY: Baptist Church: and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. bell, Charleston, Ind. All of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. North, of Prevatt of Starke, were Satur- their brother-in-law and
ToArt: Ramsey B. The above cause coming on Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Wor- Johnny Harbin, of Griffin, them attended a Clay Co-op Jacksonville. day evening dinner guests of sister, Mr. and Mrs. itobertWhelsel
P.Shirley O. Box Ramsey 358 to be heard upon the complaintthis ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Ga., J.W Barfield of Jackson- Annual Meeting at Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker their brother and sistcr-m- l, of I Keystone Heights.

Waldo, Florida 32694 day filed herein by the City p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday -
and of Lawtey, Florida, seeking to 7 p.m.
W. C. Barker & determine the authority of the Northslde Baptist Church:
Barker, his wife City of Lawtey to issue its City of Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wor-
7142 Cavallero Lawtey Water Revenue Bondsin ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7
Colorado Springs Colo.' the amount of$250,000, to be p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday BonusBuy FOOD Food
80911 dated as of the date of delivery, 7 p.m. Quatfcf Peopte'

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an in the denomination of $1,000 or
action to partition the following any multiple thereof but not SCHOOL NEWS BONELESS BEEF
property in Bradford County, greater than $10,000, maturingat Results of the standardizedtests FAIR REGULAR GRIND
Honda: The N K of the NE% of various times from 1978 that were given in ORELECTRIC
Section 23, Twp 7 S., Rge. 21 through 2015, bearing Interest January have been mailed to BOTTOM ROUNDROAST PERKBonusBuy
E., containing 80 acres M.O.L, payable annually on the first day all parents of Lawtey stu-
lying and being situate in of September at a rate not to dents. Anyone who would liketo
Bradford County, Florida, has exceed the rate allowable by discuss the test or their '
been filed against you and you law, a more particular description child's record Is asked to iETS COFFEE
are required to serve a copy of of said bonds being con- come to the school or call, 320
your written defenses any, to tained in the Complaint filed in Monday through Friday. WALNUT ST.VIftVDV .

it on William W. Wilhelmplaintiffs' these proceedings, to determinethe LOW PNICIS OOOO tlVIN
attorney whose legality of the proceedingshad ,OAVI. ...WIIN. BONUS IUS GOOD
;address is 311 South Missouri and taken in connection NOTESI.COMMENTS $128 ....u II If. QUANTITY ftlOMTtt 1 LB.IOrID C

Avenue Clearwater, Ft. 33516, therewith, and the legality of the till; 79
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on or before May 5, 1975, and provisions, covenants and The test of intelligenceis .ft.FOOD STUNT KtvtM.O. BAGcouPOlls
file the original with the clerk of agreements contained therein, your ability to detect
the court either before service and seeking a Judgment of this sham.
A ont rtiffstattomey or Imme?. Court fo validate the proceedings -f I H I cc. *
i dtetely trwfetarrtherwige; ., a, I ,fof said revenue bonds and w11f!
V> default wW"!t5
you for the relief demanded in pursuant' and said com-i ':mistakes but everyortb BonusBuy : u r

the complaint or petition. plaint now having been presented makes them. BONELESS BEEF BONELESS
WITNESS my hand and the to this Court for entry of # # BEEF QUARTER U. S. NO. 1
seal of this Court on March 31, an Order to Show Cause pursuant RUMPROAST EYE ROUNDROAST
1975. to Chapter 75 Florida Statutes Advertising is the servant FRYER WHITEPOTATOES
and the Court being fully of those who know how

Gilbert S. Brown advised in the premises: to use it. LEGS or BREASTSTta
Clerk of the Court IT IS ORDERED AND AD- .
By: Beulah M. MoodvOeputyClerk JUDGED that the State of r.w.qu rooD ru ,
The first essential in the
Florida through the State Ana
4/3 4t 4/24 nay of the Eighth Judicial Circuit security of a worker is to LLfINq LLngt1 LLpNtE / 2OLB ;

of Florida, and the several be able to work. BAG

property owners, taxpa' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF citizens of the State 01 norida tllaenuMry Iorerduy
TL.O r s4
.Ly P
s C* ryDaylo rPriclMIOOTfD 11r
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- including nonresidents owning LEGALScomplete KRAFT Owa.. M. ED BOSTON Q.ely hi hNlr BoninBuyPRBSH BonuiBuy
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR property or subject to taxation ALL MEAT BLApI PORK
BRADFORD COUNTY. therein, and all others having or VELVEETA OR BEEF ROAST Pork Loin SPARE"RIBS WESTERNLETTUCE ALL rUHPOSIATIWGOM
CASE NO. damning any right, title or Interest specifications may be I CHEESE WIENERS ro"0 CHOPS '-" ctXMINb
APPLES
obtained from the Clerk's Office.
IN RE: The Marriage of F. in property to be affected S'l59 lee
99C ::: 88c :: 3 TO
RICHARD WIMPY, Petitioner, in any way thereby, be and they Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk exa r.n Miu. 98 SCIMO 88;< Nuo < 4 69*
are each hereby required to
and GLORIA JEAN WIMPY, 3/27 2t 4/3 is e.c
Respondent. appear and show cause if any bcryo.ylowPrice n.o..c. r..t ........ .
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there be before this Court on .wO'.', ""', "u'"u. EvcryMyLowPriccMUS UnustuyFfleSH EvcryteyUwftfcc
NOTICE OF SUIT the 14th day of April 1975 at IN THE'CIRCUIT COURT OF COCOA .fiM.N I ORDENS
APPLE
TOGLORIA: JEAN WIMPYco 9:30: o'clock A.M. in the Cham- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- GARDEN APPLE I MASHED GREENCABBAGE WESTERN
Paul E. Justice bers of the undersigned Judge CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR MIX JUICE PEAS SAUCE I POTATOESMUMIIKM
Route 2, Box 150-E at the Courthouse in the City of BRADFORD COUNTY. CARROTS

Grundy, Virginia 24614 Starke, Florida, why the prayerof CASE NO. 75-75 N ,S"9c 2/89' ,0,,, S9c 3/35
said complaint should not be

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat granted and why the proceed- IN RE: The Marriage of MARY COMPARE MK' ;.r ,
an action for dissolution of ings for said revenue bonds and SUSAN FOGG ONTIVEROS, : W.a Boneless Bottom Boneless Bottom

marriage has been tied againstyou said bonds when issued pursuant Petitioner and GUSTAVO Smoked Picnics thereto should not be vali- GARZA ONTIVEROS, :
and you are required to
serve a copy of your written dated and confirmed as therein Respondent. Turkey ouKoraiiN-l. 49C ROUND STEAK ROUND STEAK

defenses if any to It on prayed. Sliced $
RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor AND IT IS FURTHER OR- NOTICE OF SUIT Bologna SSTJSB;: 99! 1010- CUBED

Petitioner, whose address is DERED AND ADJUDGED that Fryer Comb vkcMNTMIIN..' 79* _
114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box this Order to Show Cause be GUSTAVIO: GARZA ..
996, Starke Florida, 32091, and published in the manner required ONTIVEROS Roll Sausage ssr-ss 79' '0' $149 $
file the original with the Clerk of by Section 75.06, Florida Statutes Address Unknown I U.S. CHOICE 139LB
Skinless Franks BEST69' LB
the above-styled Court on or in the Bradford County ,.
before April 28 1975, otherwise Telegraph, a newspaper of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
a judgment may be entered general circulation in said county that an action for dissolution of
against you for the relief published in Starke Florida. marriage has been fried againstyou EveryDayLowPrice Tfc QwJUM FMM* Peepfe EveryDayLowPriceCONTADINA Tfw
demanded in the Petition. AND IT IS FURTHER OR- and you are required to Q iUi{ FmL p pfe,

WITNESS my hand and the DERED AND ADJUDGED that serve a copy of your written
seal of said Court on the 21st by such publication of this Order defenses, if any, to it on KING COLE rPride FRISKIES

day of March, 1975. all property owners, taxpayers, RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney OLD FASHION MIXEDVEGETABLES TOMATO BUFFET
and citizens of Bradford Countyand for Petitioner, whose address is TOWELS5sl
Gilbert S. BrownAs the State of Florida, includ- 114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box
Clerk of said Court ing nonresidents owning 995, Starke, Florida 32091, and ASSORTED WHITE SAUCE CAT FOOD
By: Beulah M. Moody property or subject to taxation file the original with the Clerk of ASSORTED PL A VOU*.
Deputy Clerk therein, and all others having or the above-styled Court on or 1
3/27 4tchg 417NOTICE claiming any right, title or interest before April 14, 1975, otherwisea : .
in property to be affected. judgment may be entered
by the issuance of said revenue against you for the relief
OF INTENTIONTO bonds or to be affected in anyway demanded in the Petition. .

REGISTER FICTITIOUS thereby, be and they are WITNESS my hand and the COMPARE COMPARE M'.... wro COMPARE OU...... .... "',)1' -
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NAME made parties defendant to this seal of said Court on the 10th SAVE o..ow raKe erro
and that this Court day of March 1975.GILBERTS.. Mashed Potatoes ".:: ,': 39 4. Peanut "
proceeding, Butter !
Cooler Chest ...... ..... $5.99. w' T.rias JO.
Pursuant to Section _..
86609 shag have Jurisdiction of them to ?. Pork ft Beans 29c.. Dill
Florida Statutes, notice is .the same extent as if named as BROWNAS ] IW Pickle Chips : :: 43c ..
hereby given that the under- defendants in said complaintand CLERK OF SAID COURTBy Picnic Jug "' es&0e0 4.99.... Economy Dinners 1"?': '289c4l/ 10. Pantry Pride Dinners 10. 49c ,I.

; signed. GERALDINE WALLACE personally served with : Donna M. Branson Picnic Jug ee- 1.49
: and MILDRED WOOOBURN. .process in this cause. Deputy Clerk save Banquet Pot Pies / I. Taco Casserole "srer: 10.

-. doing business under the firm DONE and ORDERED in 3/134t4/3 Canner P*** wmt HACK '5.99 save Boil-N-Bag 'o1005 3277c< IfI jilt
'. Monogram Rice
name of GEM JEWELRY, 109 Chambers at Starke, Bradford Latex ;: 10.
? Eat Cal Street,' Starke, Bradford County, Florida. this 17 day of INVITATION TO BID Gloves ===-.ua-. 79 .AVI Lambrecht Pizza 0002050055 ** French Gr'n Beans ;T-z r 3/89c/ II.
County Florida,
32091 intends
March, 1975. The Board of County Commissioners .
to register said fictitious of Bradford Countywil h ryo.yt.owPri name under the provwton of the R. A. GREEN JR. receive sealed bids to be 'N. "", ,.., ''AB. ,
BANQUET
aforesaid Statute. CIRCUITJUDGE opened at 10:00: AM In the STEWED DOG VIENNA FRENCH $8"' I 8KINCSIXf
II' Dated this 20th day of March POT PIES ENGLISH I
3/20 3tchg 43INVITATION County Commissioners room at TOMATOES FOOD SAUSAGE
M i'' A.D. 1975, at Starke, Bradford the Courthouse for the follow- FRIES MUFFINS I UItADm

County Florida. TO BID ing: 3/$1 $349 .;. 29c ..," 79< 4/I : 3/$1
1 telescopic side arm mower
The Board of County Commissioners
/./ GERALDINE WALLACE with maximum of 31 foot reach
win receive sealed ----------- .
I HI MILDRED WOOOBURN/ with boom swings, extends and 1j-----------:1Ii-----------: 1 ( _
3/28 4tchg 4/17 bids to be opened on Monday ) r------:1
April 7, 1975 at 10-00: AM in the retracts hydrauUcalry. Mower to BISQUICK ; r PILUBURYItMA 1 MAX ]
County Commissioners room at be mounted on county tractor. I II; COFFEE i LIGHTPANCAKIMIX I PAX

FOR SALE Nef..b..ks. the Courthouse for the following Complete specifications: may be I 400z BOX I I I I I 1 urn corrii RINGS i
Mem pads, picked up at the Clerk's Office. I I Ill I LB vacuuACIC CAN L. .0. I "
*" .1.,... : I I ; 'UejCAN I
TWO coumo oooo OM.T t .0.1
markers..Ml..f machine and 1 Diesel Tractor with minimum .MNTNV.. MHO.O.tTOMM- S1Vll .IIT,1.....-.....-... I,1........ .IMN....-.. a0Y1q,,..:.,._.nI'
cash. Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk .o.!ere UIWT COIWOO ) tSl .r.a o. IDia u.,.cou ouc j ,., .0.-..
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.. ,a_" Th Offte. of 66 4 horsepower with ----------- ----------- ----.r.x-o.---J _.. ,..._" '_":
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NewsELIZABETH fiu' e/ e/7Z.-. h, Al'eJ'g ,



GIVENS WALKER .. frt nlt/tlI/lJ '1r8W'mK'i ,

MEMORIAL SERVICES .7.
Memorial services for Dr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. will FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 2 door, EXPERIENCED' MOTHER: Will '. Q .

be held Friday, April 4, at 8 freezer across top. $35. Good babysit in my home any time. LILLIAN C. PEARSON I WA now have Q'/utltime appliance -

p.m. at Ebenezer Baptist condition. Also 6 head cows. 431.1780 Low rates. Leave message I LOST AND FOUND FOR SALE REALTOR repairman for, all you
Church. The speaker will be For Information or 964-6940. 1tp repair needs.
W.D. Dennis phone 7823532itP -----------,.. 12 x 60, 2 BR, 11/2 Bath, fur- LawteyPh.. (Anytime)782-3805 .
Rev. pastor of .
Philadelphia Baptist Church --_----- SEWING MACHINE REPAIR e nished mobile home : ; i Call Badcocks I
Lawtey. The public is invitedto ---- scissors sharpened, all makes located at Westmoreland rwiIlc Uke new.2 BR Brick home with '964-5289

attend. FOR SALE: 307 Chev. Engine cleaned oiled and adjusted, I FOUND: Bulldog in Starke area. Mobile Home Park. $3995 family room (could be 3rd BR)

All Interested citizens and completely rebuilt. Installation $7. All work guaranteed, Call 485.1564 after 5:30: p.m. financing available.Call dosed Garage in Lawtey,.

members are Invited to attend available. 964-7942. Itchg. James Strickland, Morgan lip Olin's Mobile Home REALTY priced to sell.
.....
the next regular meeting on ----- ------ Road & SR-16. Ph. 9648733or ------------ Sales, 9645606. I i

April 18,United 1975 at Pleasant FOR SALE: Organic one year old 782.3189tfchg----' LOST: Tire wheel & stub shat tfchg wide 3 BR 1'/MH bath on 1 furnished acre access double-to, W ." Drillinlill'|
Grove Methodist
dry rotted chicken manure. lost west of : e '
Lawtey Spring Lake. 13660.
Church. Business of vital
Any amountycuwant.5 miles
REWARD. Ph. 782-3373
importance. West of 301 on SR-125. 1tp 964-5333. tipFOR or HOME BUYERS GET A BREA Very neat 2 BR CB home. Cent. 2"thru 6"

CHURCH NEWS ------------ t WANTED :] ------------ MULTIPLELISTINGS IN TAX BILLIIIII The law pro heat/air newly painted mce Fast Rotary

Allen ..KIR SALE:: Case pocket knives aides a 5% tax credit on th< lot quiet neighborhood in
Greater Chapel AME
purchase price of new homes, Starke 19200. Drilling Equipment
Rev now at Dahmers Discount.
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Church R.G. Heastie .
with a maximum credit o
pastor. Weekly services began tfchg. 2000. We have two home 10 SR-230E: : ) & State Licensed
------------ AMBITIOUS COUPLE: Needing acres on Wilson
with prayer meeting and .1: RENT j Over 250 Realtors and associates that will qualify for the ta Road.
? Earn
extra 9100-S300
Class Meeting combined FOR SALE: 2 lots and building, monthly money working 5-10 hrs. per selling your property. breaklllll! I Large lots.3 BR, 2B, I Pumps I

Tuesday night friday night, 300 ft. on 301 south corner week. We train. 964.7751 CH&A, and all th
April 4, Lovefeast service, 7 Lincoln City road &301. Large between 5-7 2 old houses on large lot $7,000 goodies...Hurryl!
for
p.m. All members are invitedto concrete block building good p.m. appt. FOR RENT: Furnished apt. week -- New & Used

attend for spiritual for many types business. Call 1tp .., or month'Underwood Motel, 2 Bedroom frame $9,250 Bessent Road...large, wood A.J.Thomas, Realtor
--------- SalesPartsServiceEZ
strength. Sunday services will George loomis, Gainesville, north of Starke on 301. lot on paved road..ready fo 621 N. Walnut St.

begin with Church School at 10 Fla. Ph. 3762336. No collect WANTED: Used chest of Completely furnished. Itp 2 Bedroom frame $10,750 you to build your dream house... Tel. 964.6162 Terms

a.m. Communion service at calls. 3/27 2tp 4/3 drawers vanities, and beds, ------------ Also, beautiful lots in Count

11., and will be continued in ------------ used refrigerators. Dahmer's Crosby Lake,2 BR $12,200 dub Estates. Clean as a Hound's tooth; 2 ..
the 5:30: service. All membersare Discount, 9647923. 3/13 FOR RENT: Office space downtown - bedroom frame, home with I Plumbi".1
FOR
encouraged to attend the boat SALE 135: 1974 laft. Regal Stchg 51WANTED Telephone Answering Large 2 BR, V Acre $12,500 Kingsley Lake at Last.$28,000.. fenced back yard, close in, perfect
activities of the church for the Evinrude motor, condition. Priced at
beautiful ------------ Service part time secretary.Call furnished, two bedroom, dining
success needed to make pro- take condition. $500 and 964-7369. Itchg. 3 Bedroom, Cor. Lot $22,000 room, kitchen, living room 10000.00 cash or terms. New Installation
over payments. Bal. : Pasture to lease,
gress.Each ------------ porch and nearly new dock.
member is asked to 52.600. 782-3388. Itp improved or not for cattle. Call Small Out of Town 3 bedrooms 2 Remodeling
farm, Good 3 BR house - -
FOR RENT New double
I wide
cooperate with the building ------------ 964-5010 9648911.. 3/27 : $48,000..furnished, baths, large lot, cent heat &air.

program FOR SALE: Reduce safe & fast 2tchg 413WANTED trailer 1 mile,behind 2 bedroom Stuckey's.on 5 acres 964-, All size acreage bedrooms kitchen, living room ,Turn key job needs nothing but Repairs
with GoBese Tablets & ------------
Rev. R.E. Lamb, presiding E-Vap 8906. and one of the most spaciou a buyer.

Elder, of the West Jackson "water pills" ANDREWS : Maid, experienced, Itp FRED SACKETT-REALTOR docks on Kingsley Lake. I t
------------ Durranc'
ville District, held the Second PHARMACY, 356 W. needs own transportation. 205 N. Temple(US-301)) -- 1 Acre mobile home lots, best
Quarterly Conference of the Madison, Starke. 3/27 5tp Apply in person Jo-Lu Motel, FOR RENT: BRADFORD VILLAGE 904/964-6522,468-1642 13000.3 bedroom' 1 bath section In the County, reasonably

year on Sunday, March 23. A 4/24 301 South. APTS. Modern fur- kitchen with eating area, living priced with terms. &
ltchg.---- nished A/C 1 BR walk-In Pump Supply
complete report was made for ------------ ----- room, heat & air, over 1,001
the quarter. Rev. Heastie is closet, enclosed patio off square feet..custom drapes, Just add a paved driveway and
greatful for the cooperationgiven. FOR SALE: 15 acres, all or part, street perking. 315 Washington good carpets, Chan link fence... you will have the nicest home in Company

at Underwood Motel, north of St., Ph. 964-8601 BYRON E. DUCE, just outside city limits on 230A. town. Big and modern.

Greater Bethlehem Free- Starka on 301. Itp [ Motorcycles J tfchg. Reg. Real Estate Broker -- 864 N. Temple! Ave.
-
will Baptist Church. Rev. ----------- ------------ 393 N. Temple Ave. South Gate Drive......Well built !

Jasper Williams pastor. FOR SALE Registered Angus ; FOR RENT Mobile Home 9647700See and clean 2 BR, 1 B, kitchen Starke !

Weekly services began with cows. Heifers and bull calves. subdivision- acre lots $35 us for all your Real Estate with eating area. Iving room, Ceramic Tile I 964-7061 a aLong

Tiny Tots rehearsal Monday J.B. White. Phone 964-6114 FOR SALE: Flute Yamaha 1 K mo.,3 miles from city limits at needs.LISTINGS heat & air, large utility room Vinyl Tile

night. Senior Choir rehearsalwas or 9648775. tfchg years old. Uke new condition. intersection of Hwy 16 and FINANCING, carport, paved drlveway..goo1neighborhood.ccnvenient FREE ESTIMATES

held Tuesday night. Wed -,--=------- $100. 7823388. 1tp Morgan Road. Ph. 964-5606. RENTALS Call Anytime to 9S4-76H ); Champ
nesday night Prayer Meeting. ee hing..coukdeasily be enlarged -
------------ tfchg 964-5476 or 964-7955 W. T. Larwy Tile Co.
Thursday (tonight) the Ladies FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose handgun ------------ 'tf Starke 1
$55.22 hand STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 403 4tp Home and
Circle and Story Hour at the guns$24.95, - -

church. 25 automatic guns from E. Call Street Ph. 964-6020, FOR RENT 12' wide moblfS Lake Santa Fe..Handsome, two Building'Materials
Junior Choir $49.95. Dahmers Discount. Your Authorized HODAKA stone &
,
Friday night homes story cypres
outside city limits..J.& '
afternoonat tfchg dealer, tfchg. ; I home..You complete or we will -WE BUILD
rehearsal.
Saturday White 964-6114. UNITED FARM AGENCY 'I | 'I
6 p.m., monthly Sunday ------------ ------------ _.:'l:. :_tfcha REGISTERED REAL complete..you could live on one BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE' | "YOUR PLANS OR OURS ,
floor lease the other and make
School teachers conferencewill FOR SALEDiamond: needles for FOR SALE: 1973% Honda FOR RENT: 3 room apt. 1 child ESTATE BROKER ,
be held. Sunday is Pas- payments..arc at the YOUR LOT OR OURS"FREE
PAUL& IRENE your
any stereo, over 247 different Street, excellent condition! no pets. Inquire 403 N. Walnut FAULKNER SALES&SERVICE'""' I
toral Day. Church School will ones, we have them all. Dah- $675 includes helmet. Call St. Ph. 964-8498. Up 964-5065 same. time enjoy excellent. fish- Fine selection of Used Cars \ ESTIMATES '
begin at 9:30.: Morning mer's Discount. tfchg. 964-8341. itpHELP ing.Lake
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--
Worship at 11. Dinner will be ,t3'/4 acres with large CB house & Taken On Cadillac Trades REMODELING REPAIRS'
------------ ------------
served at 12:30.: Evening Wor FOR RENT: Furnished duplex workshop bath. House needs Brooklyn..Quiet, conven- 2001 N.W. 13th J 378-5301 ADDITIONS I

ship, 6 p.m. Visitors always FOR SALE: Do it yourself 12 by utilities furnished 615 N. some repair i lent, CB 2 BR, Heat & ,. GAINESVILLEIr'4sLJ ,

welcome.Mt. 12 inch tile, with stick on back Water St. Itp : air..beautiful view..front porch ; HOMES. BOUGHT'. SOLD'

Pisgati AME Church, now at Dahmer's Discount. WANTED -----------T & carport..good fishing here 'i f 'TRADEDACREAGEIFOR

Rev. J.B. Franklin pastor 2/27 26tchg 8/25 tool I:'dc ,t fWW,

itI Church School will begin jej:;,, -"-;;;,;; ...-'T"7 roar.. .. Co .j .FOR'-bedroonl'sptsr968607T'itp RENT:;2! nicety. furnished 1 ; .,'f .,FIRBT.iiiMSAFFEREDs t lake'Hbmd'tm- -" -- AT REDUCEDRAT.ES"gni. ) .SAL.Ejwi.r'rJ3t. IwI..J. ,1

ly j vices at 10 a.m. Communion, _.. :) Oaks..building 'AUTO toR !! .
Etj \
; '4. ; : t'UIIil'! J
service at 11 and will be con FOR SALE: 6x9 Unoleum $3.9e; ---ft- ---- --<' \ tats on and off the lake..tr '

tinued in the afternoon serviceat 9x12 Linoleum/ $8.98. Also HELP WANTED: Part time FOR RENT: 2-bedroom and 1 1 1/2' acre lots 100 ft. lakefront galore..consider for your DOYLE E. CONNER HWY- 301 S. STARKE'; TF

5 p.m.New 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. office help. Call 9645791. 3-bedroom house HAMPTON LAKE second home or Just a good investment..get INSURANCE AGENCY ., -
Lots of Shade Trees
Church, Hundreds to choose from at Itchg. in on this new .
Hope Baptist Dahmers unfurnished. No pets. Ph... Hurry For First Pick LOW RA TE MOBILE HOME
Discount tfchg. ------------ development now ... excellentterms.
Rev. L.W. Mosley pastor. Ser-
964-6491. 1tp D
13 To Sell-Terms INSURANCE TCHG: 'idlon.
----------- : I
vices will begin at 10 a.m. with .
HELP WANTED ------------
: Applications - -
Church School. Morning Wor- are now being accepted for Lots inside or Outside City - Mobile Home ParkIn
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom CB unfurnished Getor Bone Lake29500. Only
ship 3p.m.Mt.at. 11. Afternoon Worship, the Homemaker following positions in house. 4 miles from 10( (, Down. Bal. 5 yr at 9% 6 years old..completely furnshed..cozy S SAVE S City Limits
MISCELLANEOUSWATSON'S Program: One - '
Morlah and Pleasant I Starke on At. 16 W. Ph. 964- fireplace..dockand
Supervisor to work in Brad- Small or Large Acreage
m4.1t white sand beach.
Grove United Church Parish, ford County to superviseseven -' FRED DAVIS $30 Per Mo.
- -
Rev. Willie Stitt pastor.Mt. people located in Brad .... New and Older Homes farm..thisto : GMC TRUCKS .
Fabulous home and
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Moriah United 'Walk To New'
ford and Union counties.
Methodist Church activitieswill FOR RENT: 2 BR, Central Air to be an opportunity of a BUICK PONTIAC .
begin with Church Schoolat HOUSEOFVACUUMS Must be able to organize, plan House $140.00 per month. -' lifetime... The home is tastefully "A LITTLE RIDE CAN Shopping CenterCity

10 a.m. Communion and the and coordinate activities of Located on Edwards Road. CALL furnished and has all conveni SAVE YOU A LCtT"; TF Gas, Water A S w rOn .'.

Baptism in the 11 a.m. ser- Many brands of new vacuums. with professional program and and nonprofessional work 9645606.1t BILL POWELL ences..plus patio,2 car garage, GREEN COVE SPRINC'S"_; .
Broker nice storage building. The farming 30.1 South
vices. This activity will conclude Used machines available.
groups. College
964 6464- 964-6810 families in this community
the ------------
services for day. Expert Repairs all makes. education helpful. Salary
should look into this offering.You Jolu Moll I
Pleasant Grove United Parts and Accessories for all $7200 year. One Coordinatorto RALPH BRYAN, ..
Methodist Church. Weekly vacuums. Built In central work in Union County to Associate must to appreciate. I AVON TO THE RESCUE 964-8810

services begin with Prayer vacuum cleaning systems.712 coordinate activities of the HOUSES FOR SALEFOR 954-6208 Cecelia T.Terwiltegar

Meeting Wednesday night N. Main Gainesville 3767110.TF program at $2.60 hour. One E: ,Rag. Real Estate Broker i
Bible Class Thursday night at Clerk/Typist with general 206 W. Madison. Ave. Caught Up In A Lay-Off? Save

7:30.: Sunday School, 10 p.m. office and light bookkeeping REALTOR' I Your Budget By Selling Our
------------ 30 acres with good timber,
at 11. Love-' : Famous Products. Call Lorna Aluminum
Morning Worship experience to work in Starke SALE
: 65 x 12 74 Capella paved road front. 4 miles N. of
feast at.11; Communion at 4 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS.The at $2.40 hour. Three Homemakers Repo. 3 BR 2 full baths shag Starke, terms.Commercial office 964-7776 Oyatt at 756-0731 o/ write P. O.

p.m. only requirement' for for Bradford Countyand carpet deluxe furniture,. real home 964-6145 Box 5127, Lake City Fla. 32066. Siding

membership Is a DESIRE to two for Union County, to nice. Approx. $500 cash and building, block construction tf

CLASSIFIED AD RATES stop drinking. Ph. 964-7969 be trained to serve peopleover assume payments of 109.25 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre Vinyl

964-7619 or 964-6148. 1/2 60 unable to take full care per mo. 964-7212, 1660 N. land, 3 miles from Starke. I .
l II for Insertion 13 TP-8/28 of themselves. Salary $2.25 Temple Ave., Starke. Itchg. I MOORE'S' Siding.
Noon ------------ hour. All positions 40 hours JIMMY
Tuesday preceding a timber
19
------------ acres, Lawtey, good -
Thursday before publication. WEIGHT & fast' week. Fringe benefits. Applyto Terms. Mobile Home Site i I' Sail Sports
LOSE safely CUBB Economic Agency FOR SALE: 7 room frame Zoned 1 or 2 acres Some trees Remodeling!
X-11 Diet Plan $3.
Minimum Charge! I2.00; with Inc.. 136 North Temple house furnished or 176 acres, Brooker area. Some on paved road hi Bradford MORE BOAT FOR
Fluids with
(U'mci-HlJ: Words) REDUCE Excess Avenue, Post Office Drawer unfurnished, good water and planted pines., County near Starke. YOUR MONEY TTr
KOCH DRUG. 2/6 Cement
Kurd ft urd over 13 X-Pal, $3. 970, Starke, Florida 32091. bath. Mrs. Bessie Crews, At. STARKE PH 964-9791 Work,
No trailer
6/12 park or what have -
10 cents 15tchg WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 2, Box 108-A() Starke. 964- 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles you. _
------------ EMPLOYER. 3/27 6648. .1 Itp from Starke.. Home sites only., Cash deal price and description. I COMPLETE OUTBOARD flk .

All (hixHiried Ads must be 2tchg 4/3 :. ________, FinancingAvailable
Win be in Starke April 15, 1975 STERN. DRIVE SERVICE :
|)i.n ul l for in advance unless you ------------ FOR SALE: 1970 Holiday 12 x 62 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, write George Powell 6635 0.. AND REPAIR 0 '
l..uc" established account N.W. of Starka Terms.
Bemadean Blvd. Punta Gorda
,
mobile home. 2 bedroom 2
uilli the Telegraph, in that SERVICE COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
'PERSONAL M Ha. 33950.
'
baths .
central heat & air,
rtfiil\ ;.;0.yenta extra charge George Roberts Real Estate9647828a964.6693 >,REPAIR
AUTOMOBILES
lip 4375No
fur blllinx. No responsible for Spanish decor.Call 964-7103, CUSTOM' BUILT FIBER- J JGLAss'FISHING ..4-....
8 to S. Itp :
errors when given over the USEDFOR tf BOATS.
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plume ur when copy is not
t i|N'd and brought to the of SLADE THE CABINET MAKER: ,
FOR SALE: 64 x 12 Star Regal, .
Specializing in bathroom
Ike. SALE: 1974 Chevrolet V-8 Like New, 2 BR, front LR, 1 MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
vanities bars kitchen
OLINS
PIckup. Low mileage, $2995. bath, has washer-dryer; air '.'
cabinets. IAII formica
(
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS. conditioner. Good buy for 100 W. PH. M45606.FRE.E 'vr
April .
lamenated cabinets). 376-
------------ A.
9625. 4/3 2tp 4/10 young married couple. 964- ., 1tr
FOR SALE: Recreation Vehicle 7212, 1660 N. Temple Ave., ,t i .2
------------
tfOlSALE l Demonstrator. Seats nine Starke. Itchg.' ,. ;; LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEAR"4 :
BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete V-8 ------------ '
people. Air Automatic
IN OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU,,
service, circular, Fool's Joke
-- .. sharpening / Power Steering Brakes, FM FOR SALE 1974'eo .
hand carbide, chain. Mower & Tape Deck, Electric Refrigerator : x 24 > PURCHASE. YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'STF' -
FOR SALE: Chicken fertilizer blades hollow ground and 10 gel water tank Capella,total electric, 3 BR, 2 .

Utter type. By the bag or truckload balanced. Cal 964-7509 or 7600. Reduced to $6200. full bath deluxe furniture, .' ... -- --. -
show model reduced to sell. We Just Don't Believe In Them. -
4 mite west of Starkeon leave at Jackson Building With factory warranty. TER I
Rd. 100. Ph. 964-6488 after Supply, Starke or Keystone WILLEGAR MOTORS. Only 15996. 964-7212, 1660N. ,

5 p.m. or Sat. lip HeIghts.. tfchg--- ------------ Itchg.. Temple. Ave., Starke. If,You Rent A Mobile Home Lot From Us
- r -- -
-- FOR SALE: 1973 knpata Custom
Coupe Power Steering ------------ During,The Month Of April We Will Help I

FOR SALE: Farm Tractor John TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days aweek Brakes Air, Tape Deck, FOR SALE Tyco mobile homes 1 1I A
;
Deere. A ModeI.2OOO.) Call dozer work and drag. Automatic, low mileage. and lots. One-2 bedroom' 1973 I Bill By Giving You Up To
964-6608.* One work. Call 468-1873, Star 2795. TERWILLEGAR model; One-3.bedroom 1972 Pay Your Moving America's IntS
------------ At. Hampton .STEPHEN
MOTORS. model.Cash or financed. J.B. OrMlMtVakM*
FOR SALE; Overhauled 59 SMITH LANDFILL tfchg' ------------ ,Whitt 9644114. tfchg ; : $1000 :
------------.
Also boat, ------ ----
truck.
Chevy FOR SALE: 1973 Gren Torino' Professional CustomTinting

trailer, motor, long base truck MOBILE"HOME MOVING:'Also' Sport Coupe. Automatic, Air, FOR SALE:'4 bedroom 2 story I

topper. Reasonable. 964- mobile home rjucrlcarw, anchoring Power, Color Red, Was brick home :
,. needs work 323 Free RentDrive & Painting Advice !
5117.1tp ----- and mobile home roof $2996, Now$2796.: TERWILL N." Walnut Street $Z.iXXi, '
-------
coating. Olio's MOBILE Home EGAR MOTORS. you finance. Call Gainesville,
100 W. ------------ One Gallon Get The Second
964-6606 Rt.
FOR completely SALE: 307 rebt Chev.It. Installation Engine.. ',Starke Service.. Fie: tfchg, FOR SALE: 1974 Plymouth' 3169806.3/13--:--;-.--4tp--4/10--- : Through Our Park And Inspect.It. I Buy .

available. 9647942. Itchg. ""': '::-' -,-.- .. Duster Tudor ((6) Was 2596.! '' '' Get All Information At : :.
------------. Now $2295. TERWILLEGAR FOR 0.SALE: 8x36 Coachman :'p; .'" Stop And 1 GailoiAt. Half Price fv 0
DOZER WORK: Reasonable MOTORS., travel trailer or mobile home ,

FOR SALE:2 acre tracts, toca-'' rates, tend &10..cleared, fish --- $8.000. 1974 Ford pulpwood Bradford Motel OHic* 1 White And Standard Colors..Only/I'; :

dan 3.600. FRED SACKETT ponds dug. CM M.G. Berry; FOBSALE:7g73Foid4X4 Pick, truck with serf loader and only ;i; .

REALTOR, Starke. 964- Lake Butler, Ra., 496-2530, t*. Was $3296 Now $2996. 6.000 miles. $..a. Carl f 1767 N. Temple e84. 988 Stark I 112 E. Brewelee StM4-7721. HI .

.-1,0622. Itp,. 3/20 ZIp 3/27---- .', ', TERWILLEGARMOTORS.. Wilson-'-1.3/13p 4/3 :, ..
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Page 14 TELEGRAPH April 3, 1975



I Starke Woman Dies In WreckSTARKE I p 9 4 C3 Days Only Q Q QscmonALvgwE


An early morn Driver of the other vehicle, by Trooper L.G. Manning, a pied vehicle and $1,200 to the
1973 Cadillac, operated by car he was driving.
head-on collision claimedthe Odiaphine Williams, was
ing Hazel Thurman Phifer, of Police Officer Julius
of Starke released after receiving treat
life a 29-year-old *
Starke eastbound on SR- Eunice, who investigated a
was
the v+r urns' .., ; w'M
woman Sunday, March 30, ment. un .qia ule a xa..av. uyn .w
and had for a accident, charged McCutchenwith
stopped
18, stop
one-half mile south of Waldoon Both vehicles in the acci-
SR-24. dent were written off as total sign prior to entering SR-100, careless driving and having
six miles south of Starke. Kir no valid driver's license.On .
to a report filed losses.
According
J.M. Waddell of the chaine, southbound on SR-100, BRADFORD
of the
C.R.
by Trooper Cory Trooper DURInG
made a right turn off of the Tuesday March 25, FAIR54\4'
Florida Highway Patrol, FHP office in Gainesville conducted highway onto SR-18 and Della Z. Speed;;I, of Starke, OUR
the homicide investi-
Joyce Fender of Starke was driving a 1972 Dodge west
crashed into the left rear of on
killed in the head-on crash of DeLoach gation and with charged driver the Cadillac. SR-16, (Brownlee Street) Free Prizes Each Night Drawing At 8:00:
Edward manslaughterby
an auto driven by Roy
Damages of$100 was listedto failed to yield the rightofwayto
DeLoach, 25, of Waldo, and automobile.In .
the oncoming 1969
the Cadillac and $300 on the Ply
another accident
another car driven by Odia- Plymouth.The mouth, operated by Carolyn DEPENDABLE GE
phine Williams, 27, of Lawtey. reported the by Florida the Starke officeof Starke Police Depart- Thomas, of Starke, who was FACTORY SERVICE PARTSGENERAL -
The trooper's report indi- Highway ment reported two accidents traveling east on SR-16. The MagicChef.
cated that the northbound Patrol, Richard L. Kirchaine, since last week collision of the two vehicles
vehicle veered 25, of Hampton, has been occurring
DeLoach occurred as the Speed vehicle Chateau withContinuousCleaning
Johnny James McCutchen,
with while Intoxicated ELECTRIC
the center line of SR-24, charged driving -
across
attempted to turn left onto
28, of Starke, driving a 1973
one-half mile south of Waldo, leaving the scene of Water Street.
and crashed head-on into the an accident and no valid Stare south on Oak Street in Family capacity washer with
Police Officer J.L. Howard
driver's license, following an on Monday, March 24, famous Filter-Flo Wo h Syitom. Just 30" wide
driven Odiaphine
vehicle by
listed damages of$1,200 to the .
veered off the roadway into Normal CyclePermanent
accident that occurred
Williams of Lawtey. March 10:15: the parked 1962 Ford truck Dodge and $1,500 to the Ply- C t : Prei Cycle "- b1 a Clock with 1-hour
Friday 28.
morning p.m.
The Sunday
mouth and charged the driverof "
Jackson of
owned by Johnny e Three Wash Temperatures timer
the
accident claimed the life of According to report filed Starke, causing damages of the Dodge with careless i c Itas
of Starke. The
Joyce Fender $300 to the parked and unoccu- driving. u
driver and another passenger, St. Edward'sCatholic

Nancy Stephens, 19, also of

Starke Shands Gainesville, Teaching were for carried treatment Hospital to the of in Church 3 Arrested By Authoritiesreported .. ;1 w$1 98 $398w

both Children receiving First STARKE The Bradford the arrests ot three P
their injuries.stable They condition.are Holy Communion during Holy County Sheriff's Department persons Tuesday, April 2. II PRICE
listed in
Thursday Mass at St. Willie Richard Wims, 41, of WWAS400P :
/ W/Trades
Edward's were: Karen Pair ArrestedFor Gainesville, was arrested and
CHURCH OF GOD Kimutic, Paul Kish, Maria charged with possession of a **
TO HONOR PASTOR School B&Es convicted felon. Free Electric Ice
Lassique Debbie and Diana weapon by a WED Free Board THURS.
Cutting
Philips,Marianne Porchiazzo, Thomas Henry Fossing, 25, Cream Freezer
Rev. M. E. Drake, pastor of Alena and Arlene Rodriquez, STARKE Two juvenileswere of Hampton,was charged with
the Starke Church of God, 422 Doug Samons and Lenore arrested over the week- robbery after he allegedlystole
N. St. Clair St., will be Welty.Following. end and turned over to coun- a six pack of beer from a
honored by the congregation Mass a receptionwas selors of the Division of Youth store in Hampton.
on April 6, designated J. held in the parish hall Services in Gainesville after Carl Bruce Fisher, 29, of Chef GENERAL ELECTRIC
Pastor Recognition Day. honoring this occasion. The they were caught by officersof Holly Hill, Florida, was Magic
Dinner will be served on tin < > 17.6 cu. ft. No Frost
guest table covered in white the Starke Police Depart- arrested and charged with .
grounds, with special singing' was centered with an ment Saturday, March 30. aggravated battery againstthe I RefrigeratorDrawing
at 2 p.m. Everyone welcomi arrangement of day lillies and Thw two young offendershad of Carlos Normanof e '
person """ '
: wi"! ,
held a cake in the shape of a broken into the Starke Lawtey. FREE p .Only... tilth JOW+
cross. This cake was made by Elementary School, the Bradford Cooked .
In
dNronna
Mark'scjxsocm
St. Mrs. Walter Ramos who High School Gymnasiumand 1k Old 1cmE'z. Net .r refrigerator erfrieier
assisted parents in preparingthe Cafeteria and one of the
children for First buildings of the Bradford-' WAREHOUSE 3O" Gas Ranjj 4.B9 eu. n. (......

Church Confession and First Holy Union Vo-Tech School. I- Bulk .,..... rick and
Communion. Gifts were The two youths were appre- ,__._.-:_ _'_ Glass Door Oven, four Inner deer
Chrnak.nd Bait Jackson atr..t. presented: by Father James hended by police officers II 0'0 CI I I Pull out broiler drawer thelveePewer
THE RBVeJOHN H. FLYNN. Cregan, Mrs. Ramos and the while on routine patrol in the Sever

Altar Society. school area. I
Thursday, April 3 7:30: Miss Cindy Gissy, organist, Another break-in was also $
p.m., Senior Choir Practice; served punch from the reported over the weekend at I "Some people believe foe ia:5 $ 198 329WTrades

7:30: p.m., Inquirers' Class. refreshment table.St. the Church of God building, Lord made us speedy just so \
Sunday, April 6-8:30 a.m., located on north St. Clair we could get away from re- TBF-18ER
Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m., Edward'sParish Councilmet Street in Starke. HOIMibUHir.>> ."
in the hall the W/ ITrades
Church School; 11:00: a.m., parish
Holy Eucharist; 5:00: p.m., evening of March 31 with
Junior E.Y.C. Meeting; 6:45: Richard Welty: presiding. Free 10 Lb Roast- \ SAT free Charmglo Grill5PECIALI2.1NG
FRI .
Senior E.Y.C. Meeting. Members were informed of a
p.m. be held in the local Already Cooked
dance to
7 3:30
Monday April : p.m.,
Junior Choir Practice; 4:30: National Guard Armory on
April 18, with tickets available,,
p.m., Brownie Troop No. 604.
Tuesday, April 8-3:30: p.m., from Larry Baker and other, m fast dependable delivery & service 13 radio
members of the Council,,,,i t?i
Girl Scout No.
Troop 614 3:30:
;
p.m., Youth ConfirmationClass invited Members to and attend friends were the trucks to serve you ) Customer satisfaction Durable products at

;7:30: p.m., Vestry Meet-
Reconciliation and Renewal reasonable prices Convenient financing
ing. Retreat scheduled for the

week of April 7 through 13,
7:30: p.m.,at Keystone HeightsSt.
William's Church to be Carrier SUPER "E"
1NB'L YEL. ..
I 1 r. .conducted., ,Father.Paul eieif -r t7
:Alderman'.i: entitled 'A Week r.At .
; ek ''With M -'" i 1Me e. 'x 4 E'is 'i'rvair ; .
IpleT" ; E The'Carrier Super the newest innovation '
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St. Edward's Altar Societywill BMS Art Club Celebrates Art Month conditioning to come'alDng in a long time.:

meet in the parish hall on Compared to other 3 ton units the Super E can saveup

1 alaaa Tuesday evening, April 8, at Twenty-one members of the Bradford Middle School Art
: : IIIM. 7rceu 7:30: Any interested to 25 per cent in energy consumption. The Super
p.m.
Club spent a Saturday In March visiting various of
: is invited to attend places E 38SE004 has cooling of 38,000
person a, capacity rating
Interest in Gainesville, including a tour of the Santa F* Com-
when Hebert Mrs.from Lynch Jacksonville'sMost and Mrs. munity College Learning Zoo and Florida State Museum, In BTU's at 3,800 watts. The energy efficiency ratio is

"The Country Church with Holy Redeemer will givea observance The students of were Youth also Art taken Month.to the Plaster Gallery where II 10 BTU per watt. For quietness the Super E has a

the Heavenly Message" Reconciliation presentation and Renewal on in each of them made a plaque or f'gurlre' to take home, > "uutxlnNQ.r, nuueuu" SRN of 16 the quietest of any air conditioning
according to Mrs. Bobbie Sue O'Brian, BMS Art Club
the Church. IGI NHllfhl l ,unit on the market
3 miles west of Starke on sponsor.
Hwy 100, Church phone 964- down above (l-r);
6490, Parsonage 9646407. Faith Church Front row: Nora Mae Williams, Barry Thomas, Dirk 38SEOO4 .The IPn.y "",.e.ne.., fdl.' d a "' ""sum'n' 01 In..Ue'IPney .
yY o. "n eondloon.r or hear pump wren m
Schmidt Randy Andrews, Sandra McCloud, and Curtis \ ,.
taped "ceO'dn" 10 me nronulacturer cans
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Aldridge. ( m.M"loon TnIP h."h.r IhIP energy .",ency ra1N .n,.
Sunday Morning Worship, 11 Plans 25thAnniversary Middle row: Robbie Pierce, Clarke Milam, Beth Patray, ,orIP.'''C'IPnl '.IhIP un,.. .heh meant lower opo"n n
a.m.; Sunday Evening Betsy Yawn, Delilah Thomas, Sabra Thomas Jeannie Bur. CONDENSING 00 ,[Oat.. TnIP,more .Ue.n', air," Condehoner, win, na..an
Training Hour 6 $87 5 energy o"cl.ney r.o' 01 7 10 12 B T U f per wart hour'orCOoInl
p.m.; Sunday
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Evening Worship Service 7 row Jeff Brown, Kim Norman, Virginia Crawford, UNIT energy efficiency ratio of 4 to 7 BTU per watt hour
p.m. Fred Woods, Eddie Aldridge, Janice De Sue, and Gerald' for heating,
Wednesday Evening Smith. ONLY

Service Teen 7:30: School p.m. Prayer The Round One Is Far Better Than Any Air ConditionerOn

Meetings., BHS, Tues & Thur.
ObituariesJoyce In Past Years
The Market
8 a.m. in room A-ltf; UCHS
Wed. morning 7:30: In ?
.. Auditorium. YIxhhr. LET US SHOW YOU WHY

Radio Ministry, WPXE 1490 ,. Fender J. W. Stewart
Sunday Mornings at 8:35.: s R Carrier
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b., .' Mrs Joyce Fender, 29, of Joseph W. Stewart, 60, of SOMH
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Route 2, Starke, died Sunday,

I Starke March injuries, died 30 received, Sunday as a in result morning.an automobile of- March Hospital.30, in Born Bradford in County Baker America's Number 1 Air Conditioning Maker!

,'tAITH_ accident near Waldo. County on Nov. 16, 1914, he
.to was employed as a carpenter -
!BAP. !!nCHURCH Mrs. Fender was born in for many years and was a
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1945 and had lived in Starkefor Baptist Temple. cj ,
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Gr where she had worked as an Mrs. Clara Nell Downing, k "
V s..L e.fU.tQ.c: L assistant manager in a con- Atlanta, Ga.; four brothers,, ] Jl ,l: Y s t
M.Stewart Lakeland \
Arthur
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c church near Green Cove Stewart, all of Starke; one \
1 Springs. sister, Mrs. Corin Carter,
Jacksonville; 'and three < 7-

Opportunities For Service Surviving are her mother, grandchildren.Funeral
.
Sunday-Sunday, School, Mrs. Lollie King, of Starke; .services were heldat rr7 $69500-
3 Monday in Jones
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship The 25th Anniversary of two sons, David K: Ray Memorial p.m. Chapel with Rev.
.t at 11 a.m. Christian Life and Faith Baptist Church at Starke, and Tony Griffin, M.W. Wilkinson PLUS TAX
j Witness Course, 3:00: p.m.; Lawtey, and the 25th Baxley, Ga.; one brother, Interment was In Sapp officiating.Cemetery a ANY NICISSARV:
,1 Church Training, 6:13: ; Anniversary of the pastor and John Stephens Starke; five .near Raiford. i ELECTRICAL WIRNOCARRIER'S '
.
;: Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. founder of the church, ElderA. sisters Nancy and Kathy
Monday-Girl's Ensemble E. Massey, will be Stephens, both of Starke; Mrs.
6:30: p.m.; Youth Choir observed Sunday, April 6 Eva Secret Syracuse, N.Y.; E. GranthamEarle MATCHMAKER. HERE IS A
Practice, Deacons Meeting, 7 starting at 10 a.m. and Mrs. Janice Snyder, Fort Upflow Air Discharge Tosses Sound, Heat Skyward. SINGLE-PACKAGED AIR CONDITIONER
continuing through the day. Riley, Kan., and Mrs.. Jean
p.m.TuesdayHelen Master's Four visiting pastors will Tasker, Tampa. A. Grantham,78, died Pleasing Low Styling Unit Locates Outdoors THAT BRINGS COOL CONDITIONED
Group meets at Church, 10 preach during the day, and Funeral services were heldat March 27, in COMFORT DAY AFTER DAY .WITH
a.m.: Lorena Epperson Group Rev. Massey will give the 2 p.m. Wednesday in Jones Bradford County Hospital Armor Cabinet Can Be Moved If You Move FEATURES THAT GUARANTEE COMFORT,

meets at home ot Mrs': t:'U. history of the church since its Memorial Chapel, Starke. after a brief illness. A native ECONOMY AND A LONG UNIT LIFE!
Morgan: Ida Darby Group founding.The with Rev. LeRoy Olive andRev. of Fort McCoy,he had been an Call Today For Free Estimate
meets at home of Mrs. Leola visiting pastors will be Jack Hall officiating. employee of Atlantic
Roberts, 2:30: p.m.' Junior Elder W, )LT' McSwain.Fairntount Interment was In Russell Coastline Railroad and was -
Choir and Handbells, 3:20: ; Ga.; Elder J. E. Baptist Church Cemetery, sanitarian for the Union
Christian Life and Witness Pierce, Brandenton; Elder Green Cove Springs. County Health Departmentfor I
Course, 7 p.m.; Lottie Moon David West Jesup, Ga.; and 18 years. He was a veteran
Group Meets at home of Mrs. Elder Tom }Salasi Glennville of World War I and a memberof
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Casey 7:30: p.m.; Ga. St. Edward's Catholic
CHILDREN AGES 8-11 Years There will be special music .ell. Of Thasks s:: Church.
RECREATION NIGHT AT and congregational singing, Surviving are four sisters,
,OLD ARMORY, 7-9 p.m.- with a picnic:dinner served.atnoon. and two brothers.
Wednesday-Family W The Rosary was recited CONDITIONING
Supper 6:15: ; Sunday School Preceding the anniversary CARD OF THANKSI Sunday at 7:30: p.m. in Archer .
Workers Mtg.; R.A.; G.A., services Sunday,Bro. J. E. I wish to thank my many Funeral Home, Lake Butler,
Act cent. World Friends Pierce of Bradenton will friend and relative for their with Funeral Mass held at 11 '
;' Mission Friends, 6:45; Hour preach 7:30p.m.on Friday, loving loyalty and tffts card. a.m. in St. Edward's with ...
,. Power, 7:30; Church Choir Apr. 4, and Saturday, Apr.. S. flavors, food. vWts and other Father James Cregan 964-7701 F. sy.: ';t
i' Practice, 8:IV "We invite the public to UndnaflM In'the loss of my oIficla ling.
Thursday-Visitation, 9:30: cane and enjoy the spiritual! hutband. Petar D. Johnson Interment was in Dekle J..k'lI\.t .
f a.m.; Music Makers Choir, blessings and fellowships we Cemetery, Lake Butler, with Stark Fla. ,, ,;wl""I.); .'1.,....
II 3:20.: are looking forward to, Rev. -Mrs.PwwD.Johnson Archer Funeral Home In '
BEN P. BRYANT, Pastor_ Massey said and Family charge.

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(From Page 1) Student, Teacher Top- Winners, Picture Division At FairYoung


1) String art-1)) Todd Samons Bunk 1) Donna {
used under Supt. Temple in teachers in the classroom, at Todd Samons Embroidery Sallye Page.
grades 1-3. the of other seventh grader at BradfordMiddle Scoggins, 2)) Jan Norton. sweepstakes) 2)Terry Brushed bunka 1)) Donna r
If he could add to his proposed both expense principals and areas, School, and Mrs. Miscellaneous pictures 1)) Carver; 3) Donna Samons. Page. Needlepoint 1)) Sheila
program, Supt. Temple Temple defended the Supt.Brad- Laurie Mullins, kindergarten Billy Hall, hooked rose. Decoupage) Sara .Norton. Starling. Decoupage Pam r 1
said, his first priority wouldbe ford school of teacher at Southside Elemen- Tucker. Miscellaneous oic-
system as one
to reduce thl! pupilteacherratio the best in the state. When the tary, won the sweepstakes Pt! Junior Youth Senior Youth tures- 1)) Cindy Edwards, wall

back to 1-25, from his reporter challenged the ribbons in the picture Division -..+ plaque.
proposed 1-28 for next term. quality of academic instruc- of the Bradford County Fair L

Supt. Temple indicated thaton tion In the school system, two exhibits. *
April 14 he will also make administrators, Charles Mrs. Mullins' effort is a Dianne Yawn Receives k
his recommendation of staff- Francis and Richard Jockel, large needlepoint picture of a
ing for principals and assis- said they are proud to have violin in shaded browns lean-
tant principals. lie asked the their children attend Bradford ing against a wall.
board's feelings about cuttingout schools. Samons,son of Mr. and Mrs. Top Ribbon Award ;
the third assistant principal "We don't have over a 1-28 John Samons of Saratoga .
1 where they exist at Brad- ratio now," stated Board Heights in Starke, won his top
ford High, the middle school ribbon with a string art ship.
Member J.T. Parrish,when it Miss Dianne Yawn, a seniorat
and vo-tech center. Temple Driving nails in the wood was M i ir
was pointed out the board Bradford High School, won
also tested the board's feel- could whittle in other'places the hardest part of the job, the sweepstakes ribbon for the i'j'j
of according to Todd's mother. Itdidn't
ings having teaching princi-
rather than cutting.academic Senior Youth Division of the 'jI
small take long to mount I
pals at schools, such as teachers. very Bradford County Fair for her
the schools the thread. The white string of i
elementary at "There are a lot of people crocheted reproduction of a
Brooker, Hampton and and you seem to be one oI the ship stands out in three .panda bear. ,
Lawtey. them, that think the only thing dimension from a blue satin ,Miss Yawn made the panda (F
Gaskins said a close look it takes to run a school systemis background. : as a birthday present for her, I
should be taken at all assis- Ribbon winners in the Pic- G
teachers
Board Member
cousin. Six hours were spenton ,, "
tant principalships and the Arthur Gaskins stated. ture Division were: ,4 the creation. Miss Yawn "
possible cutting of them from also entered a large bi-cen-:
the staffing formula. SuspectReturned Adult Class tennial afghan which fj j
Brushed bunka 1)) Carol
Chairman Hall said he '
received a second place ,
opposes teaching principalson Vale; Needlepoint) Laurie award., The 18-year-old fI
the basis that principals . Mullins, sweepstakes. Crewel daughter of Mrs. Lila' Rae I

teaching full time would haveto (From Page 1)) Yawn of Starke has now won
neglect administrativeduties. ribbons in academic and
30
storage room of the shop by a $15,994 ,J
patron who arrived several artistic contests.
In answer to questions, minutes early for an appoint- Blue Ribbon Winners for the j
Temple said a principal on Awarded Senior Youth Division were: ,J
ment and found no one in . .
continuing contract would
attendance. Informing Mrs. ;
have to be paid his present (From Page 1) BAKED PRODUCTS
Nell Rhoden, proprietor of the
salary if placed back in the shop who happened to call, in Ing should have produced 700 Barbara Godwin, drop t. 4, ... ;,
classroom if no administrative cookies; Kim Tenly, candy. 4 ..'
that
at time, of the situation, bushels per acre, with gross
positions are available. the patron was advised to lookin .. 1-
"The has crossed sales of around $96,950, s rt,'
thought mymind" the storage room, the only according to the bill of com- Todd Samons proudly displays his tiring art tall boat thatwon HOME IMPROVEMENTJoy 1r
Supt. Temple said other place the attendants plaint. Accordingly, the Star- the sweepstakes prize for the Junior Youth Division, Starling, rug; Sheila ., t..s-i
when asked if he intends -
to 'Pictures.' Starling, quilted pllow; Pam
could be. When the door was lings said, their gross sales r
into the
move some principals Tucker Barbara God-
pillow;
opened, the prone bodies of loss was approximately
classroom. Such a person's win wall t
needlepoint hang-
the two women were found.
. salary would not be entirelylost Miss Marr's body was nude $82,954.The Starlings subsequentlyfiled Hearing Set Monday To Chose ing; Pam Tucker, afghan; Joy -1'

Temple added, pointingout except for shoes, and Mrs.Turner's a complaint with the Starling, pillow cases; Bar ki
a teacher with 16 years was nude for bara Godwin, long dresses.
experience and a master's except Florida Commissioner of Bargainer For Union TeachersLAKE

degree would earn $12,050. If bra.Examination Agriculture and hearingswere MISCELLANEOUSDianne '
of the bodies held by the Florida Seed Winner of the Senior Youth Division :':
administrators are eliminated mission (PERC) ot Yawn, holder Sweepstake Prize,
Pub- pot ;
during autopsies revealed no BUTLER -The
Arbitration Counsel. M.V. Miss Dianne
Yawn,
)Is
the saved will pictured with her blue ribbon,
money Tallahassee, has given noticeto Barbara Godwin, curler
evidence of sexual molestation. lic Employees Relation ComCityInitiates. -
Meadows, chief of the state'sseed crocheted
panda bear
go to the reserve fund, he said, A small amount of cash, conducted the School Board that a caddy; Dianne Yawn, cape;
not necessarily to employ around $10, was missing from test grow-out laboratory of ,seed from the a public hearing will be held Pam Tucker, white shawl;, i
more teachers. the shop. Monday, April 7, beginning at, Joy Starling, tissue cover;
Temple said it has not yet Also missing was Mrs. Tur- same lot as that purchased by. 9:30: a.m. in the county court- Dianne Yawn, crocheted Home Construction Holds Steady ,t
the Starlings, as did Dr. Victor
been decided who will occupythe house to determine which (sweepstake),
ner's attractive, blonde 16-' Nettles, of the University of (From Page 1 or- panda .
positions have available been next year-old daughter, Valerie, .Florida College of Agriculture Following a complaint by ganization will act as bargaining Building permits issued by when building permits totaled ,l I
term. Letters sentto who had to the for agent for Union teachers.' Board $350,315. January's total was '
come shop and both concluded that Bill Dampier that Dampier sxw the County Zoning
all annual contract personnel an early morning hair-trim the seed was defective as to Enterprises (Parts ServiceCo. during March totaled $286,600, $287,200, and February's I
that they will not be re- before going on to school. The hearing is being held as with nine new single family $268,990.
variety produced, according .) was not getting an equit-
employed until it is learned Valerie was placed at the shop .to testimony by the Starlings. able share of city business, the the result of a petition for 1 residences accounting for Building permit fees
the
how much money system about 9:45: by another patron However, Ferry Morse, clerk was instructed to notify certification being filed with Goon $197,350 of that amount. collected in March totaled
will have next year, Temple who called in to check on the introduced testimony regard- department heads that PERC by the Union County urair Seventeen mobile home
said. He "has no problems"with time of an appointment. This ing results of grow-out tests chases must be rotated each pur- Teachers Organization., permits totaled $67,200, with $743.The outlook is good for .
":
state law in postponing patron said the girl answeredthe conducted from the seed by ; month between four local ::" miscellaneous repairs, residential building starts in :11,
employment of the teachers phone, saying her mother Dr. James Strandberg of San- dealers, in alphabetical order. Howard McNeill additions, etc. adding another April, with two new homes to I)11'
Temple said, "although the had gone to Keystone Heights. ford, and Dr. Henry Osaki, of Council agreed with Dam- administrative assistant and $16,850. Electrical permits be started soon in Lake
green "sheet people might not The patron said the girl spokein the University of Florida pier that this policy had been labor negotiator representingthe I totaled $5,200. Hampton Oaks subdivision,
like it. Temple was referringto a calm voice and did not Research Farm, Delray adopted at a meeting about a school board on collective The zoning office said that and two in the Keystone l
the bargaining team of the seem to be excited or upset as Beach, testifying that they year ago but for some bargaining procedures said March was one of the best Heights area of Bradford
Bradford Education Associa- might be expected if the men grew-out samples of seed unexplained reason had not the hearing would be con- months since last August, County I
tion .which has lately begun were in the shop at the lime.Valerie's from the same lot, and they been followed. Edwards said ducted by Catherine Brindell,
issuing statements to its BEA
skeleton general counsel for PERC.
was conformed to and notified
type productivity he> had departmentheads
critical of thestfifffi1g
membership found 18 months later, June
on of the policy and did not
proposal ->*' '"25,1972,'by children playing in" '" Besides'4 the seed-test know why they ignored it. .. Two groups the-*'Union.. BELIEVE
IT NOT
The first such statementwas OR
the woods of a sparsely settled experts, witnesses for"*the In other action the council: County Teachers Organization ,
released to the press area just north of SR-18 about plaintiffs included former -Heard Silcox report that UCTO) and the Union
Monday night. It states two miles east of Starke, near Bradford County farm agent, negotiations were continuingfor County Professional Organi-
Temple is "trying to dilute the intersection of Stern's G.T. Huggins; former the purchase of additional zation UCPO) have both
collective bargaining insteadof graded road and Laura Brooker Farmers Market property at Orange and Washington applied to the school board for SALE
effectively operating our Baptist Church Road. manager M.O. Harrell; L.J. Streets for use of city recognition as sole bargaining
school system" by the postponement Her remains were identifiedby Kite who leased 50 acres of garage.Announced. agent to represent instruc-
of employment of a blouse found at the site, land to the Starlings for grow- that City Bond tional personnel on collective 1975-12 Wide Mobile Home
annual teachers.
contract dental records, and an bargaining, with neither
ing the cukes; Loyd Dyal, Trustees and Zoning Board
"Supt. Temple should be engagement ring identified by another disgruntled grower; members must file financial group being recognized by the I
concerned about teachers and Mike Jackson the dead girl's school board. ,
and Howard Mott, Brooker disclosure forms.Instructed .
positions: not trying to gain fiancee. There was evidencethat resident. city building 1. S

the upper hand" the in BEA collective bar- Valerie had also been John J. McCabe' ; of San inspector Oscar Crosby to con- The public hearing to be 1

bargaining team's, statement shot several times. Juan Bautista, Calif., vice tinue licensing requirementsfor held Monday invites the parti-
gaining Sheriff Reddish said that president in charge of hourly base work
per- cipation of any interested per-
reads r
promising a challengeof Taylor would be arraigned in research for Ferry Morse, formed in the city son or groups to give testi-
the situation by the BEA the near future, at which time denied all adverse allegationsof -Heard Police Chief mony and present evidence in

negotiators.Classroom teachers, he may enter a plea. Under the plaintiffs and claimed: Jimmy Bowen make the only an effort to resolve the !
new Florida court procedure, that a high degree of care was encouraging financial report impasse.In .
contends Temple, have been the State must dispose of the used in breeding and growingthe of the evening: city fine and !
less affected by the cuts that case within 120 days of the seed. forfeiture funds doubled last the event that no accept-- ,
have been made than anyone date of Taylor's return to Following the jury's verdict monthfrom $770 in Decem- able agreement can be I
else in the system. He said he Starke. Presumably, this McCabe said his ber to $1,545 in January. reached mutually by the two
has no reservations about the means the trial, if one is held, company had no Intention of Under new court procedures,' groups in contention a secret
educational opportunityoffered would have to be completed making out-of-court settle- in effect January 1, the city 1 ballot election will perhaps be Olins Mobile Home Sale
Bradford pupils. before August. A guilty plea ments in spite of the adverse receives $20 for every "mov held on the matter.
When a Telegraph reporter by the defendant would verdict in the first case. "We ing violation" of motor The election, if held, will be
stated that primary emphasisof remove the necessity of a know we are right," he said, vehicles instead of the pre- conducted by an agent
the staffing formula shouldbe trial. "and will fight to the finish.' vious fee of $10. designated by PERC.
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Opening Of 1975 County FairSTARKE



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Miss America, "Nobody said a word," according --- -- -- -- --.v

lovely Shirley Cothran from to former County
Denton, Texas, will be the George Huggins, who can
highlight of today's (Thurs- regale any crowd with the
day, April 3)) activities at the merits of Bradford County
1973: Bradford County Fair agriculture which is greatly
which got underway Tuesday boosted by the fair and the
b night and went into full swing Rural-Urgan Day ceremonies.
Wednesday with the annual
'
; Rural-Urban Day fried "They didn't ask me to say
? chicken dinner. anything Huggins said.
Judging took place Tuesday
1974 Strawberry Queen afternoon in the Home
Latain Herres snipped the Division of the fair. Winning
ribbon at 11 a,m. Wednesdayto sweepstakes, ribbons were .
officially open the 1975 fair Mrs. Anne Greene for her nee-
: which will run four days, Wednesday dlework project; Todd
? through Saturday, Samons, seventh grader, in
r April 2-5.The fair runs until 11 the I Pictures Division; Mrs. r r
Cecelia for her cake in "
p.m. each night with a bigger Young I$4 hrat
and better fairway than ever the Foods Department; little "t,
to which Manager John Myerscan Miss Julie Griffis, 10, for her I
attest since he had to try strawberry cake in the Junior I
out all the equipment Tuesday Youth Division; Diane Yawn,
afternoon. Bradford High senior, for her
crocheted panda in the Senior

Miss America will make two Youth Division, and James Etrd
t
appearances at the fair today, Donnelly for his picture of inlaid -
from 2-4 p.m. and from 7.9 wood carving in the Arts
p.m. Miss Cothran was due to and Crafts Division.
arrive in Jacksonville last
in the and
Judging poultry
+ Wednesday afternoon. Her
visit is sponsored by' Mac horticulture area was taking
a Wednesday afternoon.
Baldwin, local Chevrolet- place

Ih Oldsmobile dealer. Friday, April '4, 'is 'I
Children's Day at the fair. All
Visitors to the fair will be in- children and high school
I vited to visit with Miss students will be admitted to
America during her the fairgrounds on US-301 J N 1{
appearances at the fair. north of Starke, free of charge
between noon and 4 p.m.
Two livestock shows are set By far the biggest event of I
this at the fair.A .
year the year in Bradford County,
,+ show and sale for breed- the fair is expected to draw
S ing animals was held Wednes- some 40,000 persons throughits A fair wouldn't be complete without popcorn or cotton
4A day night at 7 p.m. gates before they close Sat- candy (even if it does come in bags nowadays) as Bobby and
The third annual Bradford- urday night. Biggest event is Angela Epps happily agree. Note father's familiar motion to
Union County 4-H and FFA expected to be the visit of Miss the rear pocket
Steer Show and Sale is set Fri- America tomorrow afternoonand 1 1hl
1 day, April 4, at 7:30 p.m. The night. .
steer sale, the final event of The
1975 Strawberry Queen 1
the fair, is set Saturday, April
pageant was held prior to the
5, at 7 p.m. All events will be
fair this year and moved to the
held in the livestock show Bradford High School auditor.

arena. ium. For years it had been the

Due to only 'two entries, the highlight of the final night of
swine show was cancelled.The the fair in the show-arena. But
animals were to be judged crowds consistently over-'
Wednesday night. flowed the show-arena and
Rotarians served all 1,000 this year the Junior Woman's
chicken dinners Wednesdayfrom Club moved it to the high

11:30: a.m. until 1 p.m. school auditorium.
The 1975 fair was opened Miss Debra Jordan of Law. x
with less fanfare than any to ley was chosen 1975: Straw
dale Queen Latain cut the berry Queen and will appear _
ribbon with local dignataries each day at the fair. 1974 t tAt
looking on. and the fair was Queen Latain Herres will
officially opened. reign over the 1975 .fair.

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Herres of Stark..poses traditional! merry-go-round at theism
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the fair for the first time In several year*. Amber Crawford. .. For the daring,there 'Is a bullet to- ride..

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