Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03995
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38th Issue Thursday April 10, WS, Copy !

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;Hampton ,""'. Garbage ,Plan ::1

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MarshallHAMPTON \ New LibraryPushed .j

,The Hampton
City Council appointed an "

interim City Marshall Monday .,;." (.
night April 7. following the 1:!
resignation of a prior appointee j
to that post.
Mike Peoples, appointedcity
marshall! by the council Aheady
following the resignation of t
Dennis Roark who was .
; ;
elected to the In the last :
city election has likewise ., STARK) -.Two major 1975 projects a new county library building and\Bradford's .,. *,* '%'

resigned his appolnl ia1t. _, entry into the garbage collection business were pushed forward by the County,Commission .i
Allen R. Wade was ap- at its Monday meeting. ..
Monday night followpointed : ; 'J'4t' An okay to advertise for bids on the garbage collection equipment was given Architect ,a
his personal to
ing the council. He will application serve untila :">',>1.. '. Robert Taylor of Moore May and Harrington, Gainesville. The bids will be asked with '.:

special election is held on I .a t,4 irll" ';". the stipulation that they will be' let when the county receives its expected $200,000. }.
June 3 to determine If the ry I "y Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) loan. .

office will continue to be elective .. ,' The board agreed at Chairman Dave Shuford's suggestion to build'' one of.the five !
or if it will by the be filled council.by ; r garbage collection sites by bidding the job. Once the county sees how the job is done it

appointment : k. .' can decide how much of the work county forces can do to shave costs,Shuford suggested. ...

In addition to his personal a"f The test site will be built at Lawtey,where the board decided it most needs a collection :
application Wade presented .
his from the Police '
i diploma site.Rushing
Training School of Florida at f: ; to get the new machine, and a tractor. All prepared by the federal 'j
Gainesville! indicating the library building under construction were referred to committeefor Department of Housing and .
completion of 351 hours of to meet a. July 1 evaluation.. Urban Development (HUD)
"I 1 training/ in accordance with deadline' to evacuate' its -Delayed action on signinga take in over half the county..,
the Police Standards Council. present rented quarters, ,the resolution to join a federal That would mean persons ,
j He Is a high school graduate commission okayed that advertisement flood plain Insurance program living in those areas could not ''I c
and has been honorably for bids. Architect until the May meeting The borrow money from a.
charged. from the; Marine Taylor had the plans for board was hesitant to sign' federally sponsored lending'' 1 f I
orps. A letter of recommendation : the new 4,000 square foot because.the flood plain maps (See Page !'>
from the police chief of library building with him
Keystone Heights in 'Wade'sbehalf : :' ;"1 i : Monday and said he Is ready

was also presented.andVead \ to proceed on the building.
4.0 the council. :" The board hopes to open bids
t! Wade was Immediatelysworn "' .at a special meeting after the
Into office as city marshall : '0 "" job is advertised for two
following his appointMent weeks, so construction can H I 1
to the. postby: : the ; ,proceed quickly.
council., The library will be built with
'. ;;i I local and federal
On Tuesday night} at 8 p.m. a revenue'
final reading for a charter sharing funds already avail
.change for the city of Hampton pound CIIaJ'lc as-OuernHY cross brought the top able and assured the county
of 11.93 per. pound from Publix Supermarkets.. Clerk Gilbert Brown has
was held. Three changes
Miss Grilfis $2,253. :
:will be voted on in the special stated. VikSd
'election lo be held Tuesday. Plans for the new garbage
,June 3, (CI I> To provide a full collection system are still in ,
time police officer by appointcouncil. double page spread on the steer show and sale, turn preparation by Architect I I
ymetll.nr t .i 8 and 7. You'll find the 4-H and FFA girls won all Taylor. He was Instructed
:.. >i ;' .....,..'-," .. .. Monday to proceed with tbe, r r .P
o ..ov" ). ;1. t except.. showmansnS4 ..,'.. w. ., .., ,',
ppofnt iedt'l''bf'' ,the l' Uy 1( i- layout>of-.a;xtleloCgtttB# a; '",, r.A
"touncil; and 131>> To make.the "' < 'separate spots to 'leave gar,,:: '.,* arilyJYj
.('''Mayor's elective term for two bage trash and other hard or 4 V "
'[years Instead of one. All 'Records white goods that cannot be r t
: burned. Each site will have a
\if Fire Chief Fred
1 concrete on which to
.[reported to the council that Myers said. Local of $1 bills Thursday, Myers drive and ramp dump garbageinto r
the I[ new fire house had been Williams came said. large 4O-yard containersto N An I rI
[\completed and was awaitingthe to the fair.' Certainly there is money be purchased.Each .
final electrical inspection. Cothran Miss around," the chamber executive collection site will
of 1973 was a guest noted. have a stationary compactor
Stone Trial fair and Strawberry. Myers said he had just beside the ramp with a 10-
on Thursday. completed negotiations with cubic yard hopper for unpacked It's not.lust little' girls' that go for pink cotton candy. Strawberry
TuesdayLAKE of commercial Pete Briggs Fun Zones for garbage. A switch will Queen Debra Jordan likes it tool The pretty Lawtey
.Begins complimented the another three-year contract to be pulled when the hopper! is miss visited the Fair each day. While everybody else had to
: BUTLER The trialof i'w and Fair Associa- provide the midway for future full and the refuse will be shoot, throw or guess for a teddy bear, .Queen Debra
Raymond Stone has been on the cleanliness of fairs. compacted into the 40-yard collected several with no effort at all I
scheduled to begin Tuesday, Myers said, Many Myers noted there is four container.. .
April 15 in Union County be invited back next.. months preparation before a The huge container will then
I Circuit Court. fair four hectic days during be picked up and hauled on a Low Price DrawsExpansion
Stone was indicted by a were selling so fast the fair and a month's work' large specially equipped semi- ,
Union County grand jury on : many $20 bills were after the fair settling all ac truck to the landfill on the
October 28 for the kidnap- the fair gates ran out counts. Keystone Airport property.The .
murder of Mrs. Jacqueline board is in process of
,' Joanna Smith a resident of working out arrangementswith Bid
i Providence and the mother of KH to use the site the
"J three children whose body Pair highest and driest in the,

. i I was found in the river just a' county.
few miles.from her home on KH will erect a small
.. 'September 1, 1974 nine days building and dig a well at the On Lawtey WaterProposed
after her disappearence on central landfill site. The
August 23. county will provide manpowerand
Stone was apprehended in equipment to operate the changes and additional I. mended Increasing the size of
Missouri and returned'to Bulldozer landfill to which garbage will services to the Lawtey the PVC water pipe from 4-
Florida and Is being held for be hauled from all over Brad- water system, as presented to inch to 6-inch on 8,100 feet of
i trial scheduled to begin next ford County and from the Key- the Council Monday night by line saying It would cost only
Tuesday. stone Heights area engineer Ralph Eng, would $1 per foot extra, and would '
" cashed the 'checks men in a car as they drove off Collection sites will be con add another$86,789 to the cost prevent the possibility of
\ they were made 'out with the loaded rig. structed in Starke one of the project If all options are having to go back in the future
and gave the money to In answer to a question. initially and more later if accepted by the Council. and install another 4-inch line.
,. t + t.n'riii He testified such Reddish testified that Higgin necessary: Lawtey, Brooker Due to the unexpectedly low Eng said that in view of the
Is "common practice" botham had come to his officeon and one on the Bayless High- bids received on the project on low bid received on the
procedure.. September 24.and said that way at a site to be determined.A March 18, Eng said the project, the' Farmers Home
; Moody's testimony he (Higginbotham) had heardof ( fifth container will be pur- suggested changes would be Administration; would like for
out to be worth some the theft of a bulldozer and chased so one container will within the scope of available the city to provide for residen,
than $1,000 to the offered to help the sheriff findit. be after each trip to the funds and recommendedtheir dial engineering inspection to
'. No madeas empty .
case however explanation was eliminating a doublerun. approval.Major insure that the contractor did ..
admitted addiction to to why Higginbothamwould The truck will pick up a part of the proposed not try to':'cut corners" to' \
and liquor pre- have taken such action. container from one site push additional line is a 5,000-ft. I Increase his profit margin:.
SPRING BANQUET cast a cloud on her Alvarez testified that he had the empty container into ''extension to serve one, or Eng said the cost of this ser'
.s...AprllU and was un: previously dated Jeanette place and then haul the full possibly two, motels north of vice, representing 1,400 hoursat
'13O.m: a factor in the Moody,but that t he had tried to container: to the dumping site town another 1000ft. extension $25 an hour would ,be
For Teenagers decision in favor break off with her and told her near KH.' in the northeast section of
$35,000, If the city does not
to keep from him.,He town east of
Methodist away For their contribution cities 1 I railroad decide to do this, Eng said his
testified that said that in conversation at, about 400 feet
Fellowship Hall Moody on a will furnish manpower' to along S.R. 200- engineering firm would still
of the theft she Noegel's bar. Mrs. had A and shorter
was Moody switch on the compactors and segments In about
'' provide
MARCH OF,DIMES' although denying' offered to leave the state and maintain the sites. other areas. twice a month.inspections .
Road Block on 301 she was high on mari' "not be here on court The container will be emp- Eng also strongly recom- .*
by Junior t the time as other Alvarez would pay her 5000. tied, and the empty carried to These extra costs, plus
.\ Woman's ClubSat.10..m..3pm. testified she had In his summation to the the next collection where the Woman Dies additional engineering services -
spite of being "drunk" jury defense attorney Sigsbee exchange will again take on the extended lines,
) ----- still drive the Scruggs ascribed the motive place.. After'Wreck and a construction contingency
.?r LIGHT BULB SALE testified and accom of revenge to Mrs. Moody At each pickup the truck fund ot $6,116 brought
: "v Saturday. leajn.WinnDixie I 'Alvarez and Higgin saying she, was "a woman driver will have to set down' LAWTEY An early morning the total,of additional costs,to'
", to the Griffis Loop scorned."- and like Shylock in his empty container, move the' head-on March 30 auto $86,789- ,* "'L.f.J
Alvarez a Shakespeare's "Merchant of : Total funds available for>,
S.... .Beatery full to one side pick collision occurring near '
., -1 .:' ., .\; by Junior" Class equipment operator Venice.: was demanding her up the empty and hook it to the Waldo claimed its second the project are: I An FmHA < '.I 1, 'r.blrv al..1 the bulldozer onto "pound of flesh. ,compactor..The process will it ; .' and followed the Positive identification: ot the take .about,'15'minutes r the f<";:J Death claimed the life ofOdiaphlne .of$100,000; and City of Lawtey:.? ,

SPRING FROLICS tractor on Kite's property as .board was told.Purchasing Williams 27, of I contribution,370,000foratotaf.- .; *fl'
I Western Rock Music' the one stolen from Chesser containers with Lawtey Monday morning. She of, $420,000
1 AprIl1".m..1..m. Strickland was made by Dave the compactor permanently died in a Jacksonville hospital Eng "laid no immediate
Starke : method of escape is Paulk local heavy equipment attached was discussed, .but from injuries sustained in the 'decision was necessary on the,
National' GuardArmary '' .
: I to prison officials. operator by the location of the idea was dropped.. ,crash., ;additional costs.and council

"""j Spenser. ed by .. were serving life serial numbers on several". The board will send representatives -,, Joyce Fender 29, of Starke,,, :took the matter t .under advt.e"City Ji,
< ''in the maximum of the bulldozer.. : clod .
'! St. Edwards ChurchS4.M I parts to 1 Ft. ,Myers 'toc In the head on collision.: r;: '. r
,unit of the In his said a Clerk t1 m'Js"; q"4 ,
prison.- testimony; Kit examine a used truck which if She was apeuenle&in
t. Par. an/ .
r..f"f... 'Persanx..., '''''. 1, ) '' ) convicted of armed he' had talked with Higgin- :offered In the $17,000-110,000. ,auto operated' by RoyE.xMfraWo { vannounced that the "i sliiiM.) t.-{,
'''f'II oo'!! !j'f';., I. I; f..... iV. (; I'::; ; In Duval County and. botham in. Noegel's loIIrlle but-?i grange,is about half the: prtcsV ,eLoaCh ;, ,I5";crL ,.who ;:'COIIsWneRaUrotldhada 7t.", IIi'i.tC
''''fo.I... T' .:: ,; | .: O-Ider'd :.danc ''couldflte remember' the.date;}\] 01. .. ........ laered.tkroet losaten t a.a.oIcJ''o\ \ .
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I .Itieinkl I : season or after. ,board: with the Williams vehicle. q use as a city hall provm ,. ., .If.. '
and recovered on December 4, 'Norman 32 &&be' brothers; Nor Kit4 admitted the D-8 .:; 0 '
,, ;,. Henry, ana was Received bids on a ,new DeLoach has been charged :thecltjf would pay expenses w. '
.'ft.\\ .'!, J'j"" according to tesUmony.Jn! '._ Raymond %1. were missed a',1o, camnilitedib Oespres, was working en his land-clearing ,truck far hauling the garbage. ,;with manslaughter by moving to the present city, 'I. :Vti
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Mary ShowerMarch Honored Sue at Underhill Bridal 22 g7 octal; 64.ide : I TAMwo'c

Miss Mary Sue Underhill, ady9 Wooty/ SocUly ( dilor,
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-- April 26 bride-elect, was ----
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L honored at a shower March 22
at 7:30: p.m. at the Madison
Street Baptist Church Social Junior Woman's Club Selected

Hall.Hostesses were Mrs. Neil i l A'J "Most Improved Club" In DistrictThe

Joyner, Mrs. Oren T. Derk-
man, Mrs. Harold Epps, Mrs. Southside Junior Mrs J.C. Dukes,hostess for house with members on
Marie Siemer, Mrs. Leaton Woman's Club hosted Junior the evening, Invited membersand handiwork.The .
Morgan,Mrs. P.T.Noun, Mrs. Day for District IV Juniors guests in the Sunroom for following club officers
j David Lawson Mrs. Mildred March 26 In Jacksonville.Mrs. refreshments.. The table was were elected for the new year:
Lawson Mrs. David Brown- William M. Winn, Dis- covered with a white linen president, Mrs. Bobby'Autry;
t ing and Mrs. Charles Scott. trict IV director, selected the cloth and centered with multi- first vice-president, Mrs.' Joe
The refreshment table was Junior Woman's Club of colored 'roses and baby's Sapp; second vice-pi...-.ident,
I covered with a white, lace Starke as "Most Improved breath. Mrs.Jerry Wilson; secretary,
cloth over pink and was cen- ;.. Club" in the district. Plans for the coming month Mrs. Glen Hicks; and 'treas
tered with an arrangement of Additional awards won by were made Home Life' urer, Mrs. J.C. Dukes.
chrysanthemums tippedin the Starke' Juniors ,were department is having a
Miss Lillian Stump, chairman of the Bradford Chapter of pink. At one end of the table achievement awards for their needlework workshop, April The Club .Woman of the
the Cancer Foundation, and Attorney Richard Welty, was a silver punch bowl en- Teacher Appreciation pro- 10 at the home of Mrs. A.J. Year was voted on and will be
chairman of the 1975 Cancer Crusade, are pictured here circled with pink hand made jects, Super Show Time, Barry. This is to help with the announced at the annual May
before they discuss plans for this year's fund raising cam- roses made from the brides Veteran's Day project, Foster beautification of the club banquet on May 10.
paign. maids dress material. At the Child program Strawberry
The Cancer Crusade is now in its beginning stages for this other end was a silver candel- Queen Pageant, sponsorshipof Held
Memorial Ser'vice To Be
area and will probably be under way by the last part of April.As abra with pink tapers and pink cottages at Sunland, dental
now planned, the group will hold a couple of fund raising and white cake. care for underprivilegedchildren
events in addition to seeking donations from the county The gift table was covered and spaghetti supper April 20 AtC. rosby Cemetery.'.
with a white lace cloth and t and fashion show
businesses and residents. centered with a bridal 4 Starke Juniors attending The WT. Weeks chapter, Mary Anne Miller, served
funds, the Foundation hopes to educate the
While soliciting
Junior U.D.C., met Wednesday refreshments during the
arrangement.The Robert
Day were
people about the early signs and symptoms of cancer. of last week at the homeof social hour.
"The best way to fight cancer is to educate the people, to hostesses presented the Deborah Glicco/ Gene Pass Hall, Mrs. James K. Smith, noon Miss Madge Middleton with
teach them what the signs are so we can catch it early and bride-elect with a covered Mrs. Bobby Autry, Mrs. Jerry! Beta Phi
Mrs. Sale president Sigma
Guy pre
casserole dish to her )
chosen Wilson and
Mrs. Charles .
treat it before it has a chance to really start growing says Wed March In Gainesville
china and a corsage. Corsageswere ,15 Goodowns.At siding.
Mr. Welty.Harriet Ritual
also presented to Mrs. the club's April meeting Mrs. Iglzie Sanders his- Pledge
Jack Underhill, mother of the. Miss Deborah Glieco, A reception was held in the Tuesday night, April 1, Mrs. torian, outlined plans for-the
Faulkner Stewart Duncan I honoree and Mrs Roy Tom- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ridgeview Baptist Church. V.J. Spengler, School Board Memorial Day program to' beheld Monday, April 14
linson.Vorease. James D. Glicco, Sr. fcof Mrs. Barbara Morecraft member and Richard Jockel, April 20. .
Gainesville, and Eugene Will- greeted the guests at the door. director of curriculum and Mrs. Sanders spoke on the Gamma Theta Chapter.of
... Married March 28 At Pine LevelThe ard Pass, son of Mrs Willard Following a wedding trip to education for Bradford war in Northeast Florida Beta Sigma Phi will hold its
Pass and the late Mrs Pass of Disney World the couple is County, were guest speakers. during the program and parti- Pledge Ritual and Banquet
Debbie Starke, were united in residing at 1746 N.E. 20th They discussed the budget cularly stressed the battle in Awards Supper at the Garden
Pine Level Baptist and carnations marriage on March 15 at 3 Place in Gainesville. ing problems of the school Jacksonville. '1 : Restaurant on Monday April
Church was the setting for the Faulkner sister of the bride, pm. in the Ridgeview Baptist Mr. Pass is a firefighter for board for the coming new Miss Middleton, assisted by 14,. at 7:30.:
McMillan cut the
marriage of Harriet Gwen and Hjalmar Church in Gainesville with the the Gainesville Fire Dept. Mrs. C.N., Christy and, \Miss Dress will b>' formal.LA .
Faulkner,daughter of Mr. and cake. Rev. Jay Wimberly performing year
!Mrs. Harry P. Faulkner of The punch table was the nuptials.
Starke. to Stewart Zeno Duncan covered with a lace cloth over Mrs. Dorman, organist, and
son of Mr. and Mrs., satin and was centered with a Mrs. Mimi Bamberg soloist
Emory W. Duncan of Lawtey. crystal punch bowl flanked by presented a program, of, -Z- BOY'S
of blue and
Rev John Strickland per- arrangements nuptial music.
formed the nuptials on March white pompoms and carna- Donnie Hagan served
28 at 8 p.m.Decorating. tions. Evelyn Duncan kept the best man. Richard Clemons as
bride's book and Janet FACTORY AUTHORIZED
the altar were and Randy Pass were ushers. =
two gold standing baskets Duncan poured punch. Both @ty'I' Miss Denise Greco attendedas _
holding white gladioli, white are sisters of the groom. maid of honor. 8 8.
carnations with a touch of Nancy Bradley directed the Given in marriage by her 4
blue, babies breath and white wedding.The parents, the bride wore a jersey S A LE
is at Rt. .
pompoms. Across the back- couple residing gown with bishop sleeves,
ground were gold arch and 2, Box 103-M, Starke. V-neckline, empire waistlineand
branch candelabra with The bride and groom are
burning white tapers. both 1974 graduates of Brad- cluny lace trim with ,
pearls enhancing the bodice
Cindy Canova,organist, and ford High School. Mrs. Patrick and train.She wore a fingertipveil
Joanne Canova, pianist, pre- Duncan is employed at the and

sented music. a program of nuptial Tax Duncan Collector's is employed office and with Mr. Randy Jones roses baby's breath.lily-of-the carried a valley nosegay and of rNow, for a limited time, you can buy

Jimmy Duncan attended his Florida Pest
brother as best man. Wayne Starke. Engagement ToldMr.
Duncan,brother of the groom, Patray Home Is that comfortable chair you'vealways
was usher. and Mrs. William M.
!Mrs. June Lee served as Kathy Brown Patrick of Lawtey announce Setting For Two
matron of honor. She wore an the engagement of their dreamed of

I' A-line gown with empire waist, Shower, 'Honoree"Tuesday ,' daughter Nancy Vorease, to Family Birthdays ,a
Ii>4 of powder blue sheer dotted: Randolph Lee Joiies.-son of /
Swiss over blue taiteta. The NightMiss Mr.'and Mrs:Ermte Jones of
!it '
Gary Don Brewer, .;o- Pr at substantial ;
\ Starke." a
\Ii gown featured a V-neck long se? f
sheer sleeves with cuff and Kathy Brown, May 3 Miss Patrick will be"a 1975 year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
matching buttdns down the bride-elect, was honored at a graduate of Bradford High Gary Brewer, and his grand-
front bodice and on the cuffs. linen shower Tuesday night School. father, Don Patray, cele- : SAVINGS! !
She carried an arm bouquet of given by Mrs. John Brannonof Mr.Jones is a 1968 graduateof brated their birthdays with a TZ
blue tipped carnations and Orange Park, Miss Barbara Bradford High School and is family party on April 1 at the
baby's breath with fern and Gehringer of Jacksonville, employed at the Starke Golf home of Mr. and Mrs. Don
blue streamers.Mrs. Mrs. Dewayne McRae and and Country Club. Patray on East Call Street. "
Kitty Thompson was Mrs. George Huggins at the The wedding is planned for :
bridal attendant and wore a home of the latter.Arrangements May 31. The circus theme was
gown similar to the honor of spring All friends and relatives are carried out in the party
attendant. She carried an arm flowers were used at points of invited to attend. decorations.
bouquet of white carnations interest for the occasion. The ----
tipped with blue, baby's refreshment table was LA-Z-BOY -
breath, fern and blue covered with an imported cutwork I R
streamers. cloth and centered witha PLANTS Safe! Insect Control For RECLINA-ROCKER
The bride, given in Hallmark bridal decoration. "
marriage by her father, worea Games were played and ROSES $2 \ Vegetables

white silk organza A-line prizes awarded during the Now" you can own the chair of your dreams, a world- .
featuring a V neckline party hours 8 to 9:30:
gown p.m. H"
at unbelievable, once-in-a-lifetime
Also Kills famous La-Z-Boy", an
and full bishop sleeves that Among the 20 guestswas :
terminated into cuffs. The Mrs. Ray Crawford of i i sale price! All the beauty and comfort that can possiblybe "
gown had an empire waistlineand Lake Butler, mother' of the ITALIAN CYPRUS DRAGOE Fleas & Ticks built Into a recliner are yours in a world-famous
circular chapel length prospective groom. On La-Z-Boy. These sumptuous masterpieces are certain ,. ,.
train. Bands of valenciennelace The hostesses presented the ass std' + w Dogs to put real living into that special room. See us today,
was on the bodice, honoree with a linen table SIVVIN DUST as this sale is for a limited time only!
sleeves and around the hem- cloth and
matching napkins as
line.She wore a lace juliet cap a memento of the occasion., ARBORVITAE $17l ,
with a shoulder length veil of $2"AZALEA $ 0 r
sheer illusion with scallop lace 1 890
around the edges. She carrieda DUPLICATE BRIDGE
simplicity style cascade of CLUB RESULTSMr. LINERS 4 Lb. Bag Reg. '1'" Sale Priced FROM Style 829z

white\ miniature carnationsand and Mrs. Rick James
star burst pompoms witha were the winning couple at LARGE SIZE 170"ARGENTINE.
touch of blue and satin Duplicate Bridge Tuesday .
streamers.A night.Jeff Wrenshall and Eva
reception was held in the Mathewson were second and tAf1' BAHIA $4 29
church Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wainwright | vlr
50 Lb. '51"
The bride's table was were third. Lb,
covered with a lace cloth over The club meets every Tues- CENTIPEDE GRASS SEED
., satin and was centered with a day night at 7:30: p.m. at the PENSACOLA
1 Lb
8 o .
three tiered wedding cake :
Pratt Street recreation center
flanked by wrought iron can- and the public is invited to S44025 BAHIA
delabras entwined with ivy, attend. g25 $1595 50 Lbs. '21" 49C b.
and blue and white pompoms

Large Selection Of Favorite

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i[ Wedding Couple PtEqJoftE ytlfl..xnOW I

j ij Honored At Three I '. ;\ '
:,' .i I .it Mr. and Mrs. Robert White Mrs. George Bishop, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Won-
.i.I". and Mrs. Charles children of Jacksonville spent tuoro and daughter of Tampa
and Mr.
i Parties Last Week ;; "r'" '' ,} )I .i. Searcy and son of Gainesvilleand Monday with her parents, Mr. were weekend guests of her
"( Linda Powell were and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.A.

J Mrs. J.C. Sawyer enter "' :: ,...,.,""'"'if., :::';; '\ .) ; :!r".' !1' Sunday Miss evening dinner guestsof Baldwin.Mr. .
tained at a buffet luncheon "" Mr. and Mrs.
on in Henry
," \
." ", : ''i\ ;'il Mr. and Mrs.
Thursday, April 3, at her ''I'. '," '"""""&'0"' 1; J,1", "' ':'.,."i/ celebration of the Robert Slcfanelli were Sunday guests and Mrs. l Howard Lamof
home in Deerwood Estates, ."'.,;/'\I" I.;) :, '.-w} I II" '',;,' Whites' first wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Sam Caruso Anna 111. are guests this
Jacksonville, honoring Miss '. If,.. and lamily in Jacksonville. week of Mr. and Mrs. L.C.
Evelyn Sinclair, whosemarriage ..<"k .,'. f) '1 They were joined by Mr. and Early
to Tommy Chastainwas l; ', 'I I "i' Mrs. A.B. Whitehead visited Mrs. Albert Stefanelli and
an event of April 6. 'I I 'I'I' I ; Mrs. A.W. Whitehead Jr. and family of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby

Arrangements of mums and l "r I I ..1 .., Mrs. Orin Reddish in Lake Wiggins and family of Jack
hydrangeas were used at van Ii: j 1 .Butler Saturday. Mrs. W.H. Thomson of sonville Beach spent the
tage points in the party rooms. : I I Monticello md Mrs. Philip weekend with his parents Mr.
Punch was served in the \ I I ''i Jacobs and bon Elie, of New and Mrs. Orie Wiggins.
music room by Mrs. D.C. 'a, : Mrs Ewell Lawson under York City were weekend
Forehand and Mrs. R.L. ..I'J, ; I'of'i, i went minor surgery Tuesdayand guests of Mrs. J. W Griffin Mrs. Edward Burns' of
Grace of Albany,Ga. and Mrs. I Wednesday al the North and Miss Lillian Stump. Mr. Jacksonville and Mrs. J.E.
T.T. Long of Starke. Florida Regional Hospital. 'Jacobs joined his family on Wilson were guests the past
The luncheon was served in : Tuesday and they went on to week of Mrs. Olive Ryder at
the dining room from a beau- ,1(," '' "' Mrs Aimee Prandl of the Bahamas. Kingsley Lake.
f j
tifully appointed table. !Sill :: ) Springfield 111. is guest of
As a memento of the occasion VI-!; -1 Mrs. W.B. Mundy lor two --- ----.- _
Mrs. Sawyer's gift to weeks.
\A; '
Miss Sinclair was an Italiancut .:
crystal pitcher. I'i':: :;' k' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Price of I lr

Among the 35 guests were C $ Fort Campbell Ky. spent( L'9 i
Mrs. N.K. Hurst of Indian t" k TIMMr&Slgs Sunday to Tuesday with his
apolis, Ind., aunt of the bride- ? *, / !raft 5475,0004Urr grandparents Mr. and. Mrs.M. .
elect, and Mrs. T.G. Ritch of l 'rim t B. Jordan.

Jacksonville. .. : Building Material
.':: ,)) If Dr. R. E. Dopson was in
----- .* ... ...... -- Of ,. Orlando Saturday and Sunday
attending an educational
Dr. and Mrs. T.G. Ritch and ;" ,0'I" :: seminar. SALE .I

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tilley ; "
entertained at a patio party, ',.o:1.: I Local admittances to Bradford -

country style, Friday evening, '" .__" : ,. ..,.. --Ij County Hospital this SLIGHTLY''DAMAGED
.. .. .'If'o -- Week include Andrew
April 4, at the Ortega Forest o "" ..' ., :
home Jacksonville,of Dr. and _..,'_.-.", ,_,..,....,_- ._ Dennon. Mrs. Alma Hough,
Mrs. Ritch honoring Miss Sin e Vasco Underhill, William /2" x 4' x 12' Standard
clair and Tommy Chastain. 'On. Reames, Mrs. Inez Davis,
Arrangements of daisies David Carter, George Loper
were used on the patio and .... and Mrs. Eva Humphries Sheet Rock $975
throughout the party rooms. Starke; Mrs. Mattie Smith
Punch and hors d'oeuvreswere e. Hawthorne; Clifford Hughes fc per sheetV'xI'xS'
served on the patio as Lawley; Mrs. Perry Roberts,
the guests arrived. r Raiford; Mrs. Marry Ditter,
Buffet dinner was served 'c Hampton; Mrs. Edna Henderson. '/ '
from the dining room table :: Joseph Kerrigan and

which was centered with an Alonzo Leath, Keystone
arrangement of daisies in an Heights. Black Insulation $ 00

inverted straw hat.
Out-of-town guests included Two of the prettiest things at the 25th annual Bradford Shirley Cothran of Denton, Texas, and the flat of big, red *per board .t

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams County Fair and Strawberry Festival were Miss America, strawberries in the county agriculture booth. Board
t of Keystone Heights, brother- f,
r. in-law and sister of Mr. Chas- Dr. R. E. Dopson
Given Spring Banquet
tain, Mr.i and Mrs.,'George Reception Saturday NightAt TRUCKING ADDITIONAL! I

Quinney, Jack and Tom Slade,
April 12 At Meth Church
f 8 III, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Sawyer, Club For Wedding Couple ChiropracticPhysician CrownCentral
4 all of Jacksonville cousins of "
The United Methodist "Agape a 15 member sing-
$ Miss Sinclair and Mrs. N.K. from Milliard and
and Mrs. John Whelchelof Women will hold their third group
Evelyn and
Hurst of Indianapolis, Ind., other entertainment
annual spring baniict for
and Mrs. M.W.O'Brian (|
Chastain' Sanford. Mr
Tommy were com
f aunt of Miss Sinclair and Gor- teens on Saturday April 12. at Teenagers from Middle
and son of Miami.
plimented at a reception
U dan Bullock of Melrose. Charles and 6:30: p.m. in the !Methodist School through college age are
Mrs. 964-8018
Miss Sinclair and Mr. Chas Saturday night at theWoman's Sawyer Hull. invited to attend.Reservations .
& Club of Starke family of Jacksonville, Mr.
Jj tain were given a planter as a The will featureMr. may be made
gift from.their hosts, by Mr. and Mrs.. T.H. Slade and Mrs. William Hurst and program by l'allinIlrs./ Don Harden. Call St. f5 Mi. South of Starke on Hwy. 301
1 and Mrs.. N.K. Hurst. daughters of Indianapolis,
brook. !IIH4-8411O.( or the church
Ind. Tom Slade, Jr. and Tom
----- office,9H4-IH64.(; There will be 964.7490
and white peP90nai u
Potted yellow Slade, III of Jacksonville. -- --
$1 t donation.
used on the stair- invited call
mums were Among the 500 to
The Hurst home
on Searing
leading into the club and hours and
V way between the 8 12
c Street was the setting for a also the flowers and Mrs. Wayne Harper
? same were p.m. those from out-of-town
bridal brunch
honoring Missy used in the foyer and on either were: Paul Sinclair of Montezuma spent the weekend with Mr.
Evelyn Sincla, last Saturday end of the stage. Ga.; Mrs. Byron Hand- and Mrs. Jimmy Lawson in
morning at 11 a.m. Hostesses The refreshment table was C. Cook Mrs. Jacksonville and attended the
ley Mrs. Grady the
p J.t.for: this occasion, were Mrs. covered with'an imported cut- .Wilbur Calloay" ,''and Mrs. Softball tournament.. f Introducing
X ; DenmarkrMrsi "imItj .
cloth. whlte.J.inehand .. < "
vwork over ,,.Wolby Griffith of Manchester,
Reddish Mrs.Olin White.'Jr. { centered. with.a silver: Ga.;"'Dr. and Mr;'. -Harry-, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas .. ,:. ',
, j Carl Mrs. Hurst.Drew Reddish, and Mrs. epergnette holding mixed Howell Lake City; Mrs. Andy were in Winter Park over Grass Roots Policy

spring flowers and white Santangine, Keystone the weekend visiting Mrs.
y y! On arrival informal the guests enjoyed tapers. Presiding at the two Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Roy C.M. Fowler and joining the .V

an greeting silver punch bowls at inter- Ward, Lake City; Dr. and family were Mrs. James
and while from International
it mixing period being HarvesterIt's
served of vals were: Mrs. J.E. Hardy Mrs. T.G. Kitch,. Jacksonville McNeely and daughter of
If appetizers juices. Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr., Mrs. ;; !Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lakeland.Mrs. .
The bride s table in the dining
James Barron, Mrs. Carl Tilley, Orange Park: Mr. and
room was covered with an Hurst. Mrs. J.R. Reddish Mrs. Charlie Sims, Douglas, J.H. Fields and Mrs.
Army-Navy liner and lace cloth over a Mrs. William Glover, Mrs. Ga.; Mr and Mrs. Will Slade, f Herbert Green visited Mr. and a Service Maintenance Agreement that gives you .
i pink was H.H. Adams, Mrs. George (Ja. Mrs. D.C. Forehand :Mrs. Charles Fields In Jack
Baxley, ;
with Monlieth a large bowls bride held doll. Silver Quinney, Mrs: T.G. Ritch, and Mrs. R.L. Grace sonville Sunday. complete coverage on parts and labor for up to :3 years.Now .

arrange Mrs. Janet Turner, Mrs. Eve Albany Ga.Irs.; \ George
ments of pink roses at each Godwin Mrs. S.G. Denmark. Quinney and sons, Keith and Archie Green of Miami when you buy almost any piece of 1975 IH Outdoor Power equipment, you can also buy the Service
end of the table. Tables.were Mrs. Evelyn Ritch and Mrs.' date of Jacksonville; Miss spent the weekend with his Maintenance Agreement to go with it. And your IH dealer will be happy to provide you with the details.
set in the and
up family room H.M. Richarde. Judy Liberati. Nick DeAngc- mother,, Mrs L.J. Green.
cloths covered with red Army-Navy liners Fresh lace Providing music during the lis, Lynn Bidlingmaiea and Parts & labor at no additional cost. IH parts will keep your equipment healthy and

spring over flowers centered each evening was a three piece Bruce lluskus, Orlando; Mr. Brant Turner, of Valdosta With our Grass Roots Policy, you choose from one humming. We're in the business of making

table. Bridal place cards orchestra and vocalist from' and Mrs. Robert Doughty State l'olh'r.eas home for to three years' coverage. Whatever you prefer. machines that last a lifetime. The Grass Roqts

marked the seating arrange- Jacksonville.Card Clarkslon, Ga.: ; Mr. and !Mrs. Ihe weekend. Then,under the terms of the Agreement.we'll do Policy is another way of making sure they dd.Enjoy .
tables, covered with und of
W.C.Jurst\ family
ment for the 40 guests. linen cloths and centered with Indianapolis Ind; Miss Sue Mrs. Lester Crews returned all the repairs that are necessary. Including .
Corsages were presented to candles encircled with white Morris, Pompano Beach: Mr. Wednesday after a neck in parts and labor. At no additional cost to you. Grass Roots protection for one

the honoree her mother Mrs. and yellow pompoms and and Mrs. Marlie Sanderson, \Riverside Hospital for observation Of course what we can't be completely year... free.

f. Clyde Sinclair, and Mrs. T.C. fern were placed around the Fort Pierce; Mr. and Mrs and treatment responsible for, we don't cover. Things like Just to show you how effective Grass Roots
Chastain mother of the
i The; hostesses edge of the reception room. John Allen Mr. and Mrs Mike tires and tubes (which are covered bytheir protection can be we're offering you this

1 groom. the honor guest with presented Guestswere greeted at the Cox, Bob Bates and date, Mrs. manufacturer), any parts which bonus. Buy a Cadet Riding Mower or a

"The Joy of Cooking," cook- door by Mr. and Mrs. Slade Martha Peiser and Mrs, you might install, or any pranks Cub Cadet Garden Tractor before
and Mrs. Hurst Assisting as Gaines
Joanne Campbell. from the kids next door.
.. book as a memento of the' floor hosts and hostesses were ville. May 31, 1975 and Grass Roots Policy

occasion. No protection is yours free. .for
Out of town guests attendingwere saa sa aaaaaa a.ar more unexpected one year.
Mrs. Michael O'Brien. :. repair bills.

Jf Miami; Mrs. John Whelchel. .. The really great thing about All this plus an extra
f Sanford: Mrs. Steve Tilley (
jh the Grass Roots Policy is % offer.
R and Mrs. T.G. Ritch, Orange that special
once to
3 Park Miss. you arrange: .
; Jayne Hardy, have equipment Just to convince you that
I Atlanta, Ga.; Miss Lynn Bid- Ask your we're sincere about
covered you won't have to
lingmaier. Miss Judy Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and Mrs. Lila Caldwell and !Mrs. about keeping your equipment
Liberati. Altamonte Springs; Mrs. Beth Terrell were Satur- Lila Hue Yawn and daughters Charley worry totally protected your
bills. Or have
Mrs. Sandy Sanderson. Pt.
day dinner guests of Mr and visited Mrs. Dannie Davis at 1H local IH dealer is also
Pierce; Mrs. Robert Doughty Mrs. John Anderson in Crescent City on Saturday.Mr. your equipment break
Clarkston. Ga.; Mrs Mike Callahan celebrating Myrtle's E. down just when you're Q offering f you fhis tough,

Cox Gainesville: Mrs Hilda 76th birthday. Joining the and Mrs.\ T.L. Casey ready to use it. The vinyl storage cover. A

t'orehand.Irs.\ Bessie Grace, family were Mr. and Mrs. Jr. and family, Johnny hobbs Johns Grass Roots Policy regular$12.95 value, for
Albany Ga., and Miss Sue Edward Schwab of Merritt and Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Payne means that a trained only$7.95. Stop by to

Morris Pompano Beach. Island and Eddie Schwab of and daughter were camping/ serviceman and genuine see him and make sure

Gainesville. Thursday to Sunday at Salt 4bout This Question:' you're covered.

Springs. .
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bris- '"I
might have known
;W y"J( ,,,, tow and family of Wilmington. Mrs. Erma Netherland and boy would lose that school my .
Dela. were last Thursday Miss Jan Nelherland of Louis- .
e overnight guests of Mr. and ville Ga. are guests this week instrument. He forgot it on

3 j Friends will interested
j know that !Ih.and Mrs. Would musical: instrument .
. Roman Alvarez and three Mrs. W.J. Burks of Griffin! Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Brehm insurance covering loss f '..
children Greg. Derek und Ga. was last Monday to Wednesday of Arcanum, Ohio were last "
Slal'anie have returned l hereto guest of Mrs. Gladys 'Tuesday and Wednesday theft or accidental damage '.1.. ,' ,
make their home after Weldon. guests of Dr. and Mrs. H.G. have cost less than 1% of .

residing in Arlington. Texas Bollinger. the value from the Charley ::1. i<.i :' .

since 1965. Mr. Alvarez taughtIn E. Johns Agency." 111- :
Arlington Baptist Collegeand Gregory Jarrell Gay has Mr. and Mrs Ralph E.
was pastor of the New been initiated into Tri Beta Brown of Redkey. Ind. were Charley E.

York Avenue Baptist Church International honor fraternityfor ; Tuesday Monday! guests of .
there for the past four years. biology majors at Mars !Mr. and Mrs. George W. JOHNS AGENCY INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER I
He was pastor of Pine Level Hill College; N.C. Brown.
Baptist Church here from 1961 131 SO. WALNUT ST. ataas.
to '65. The family plans to Mrs. Ella Moody and Mrs. Friends of Mrs. Eva Blair PHONE 8A4-SO7O .,, ,
build a home on Bayless High Edith Christiansen visited Mr. former Starke resident. will i
way and Mr. Alvarez will and Mrs. Charles Fink Sundayin regret to learn of her death
continue in ministry work on a Green Cove Springs on Lisa March 15 in El Dorado. THE BRADFORD
Fink's seventh birthday. ,
part-time basis. Kansas. COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Mr.and Mrs. Grover Hattonof Mrs. W.F. Herlong had as Mrs. Sarah Veasey of Aber Published at 138 W.every Call Thursday Street "" .

Sneeds were visiting Mr. visitors Mrs. L.M. Rich and deen, N.C. was weekend guestof Starke Florida 3EMI
and Mrs. Roy Clemons and children of Jacksonville last her son' and daughter-in-

other relatives here over the Friday and Alton Purvis of law Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Second: CUM postage paid .

weekend.. Indiana! on Monday Veasey. ,&Stllrke,Florida 0{ O3 Rdllf tort 9611.-b00 ..

Mrs. Jimmy. Newman and Mr. and Mrs.,Don Lewis of. Mrs. Jessie Young eras' SUb rtiptionRateittla : STARKE FLORIDA '"

family and Mrs. Kay Farrell Richmond, Va. and Tom appointed a member of the' : trade area .....per '1/.1'
Lauderdole last Harper of Baltimore, Md. .....
of Fort were ,, week with their nine member board of direr year; W.SO tin months
week guests of Mrs. Newman's spent and Mrs. tors of the Farmer's Market in' ."Sooner-Loiter Your Farorif ,
Mr..and Mri. parents Rev .Outside. trade 17.40 ? fD.ole"r ", \ "1o'i ,
parent, George Harper., Gainesville at their'April 1 area months: .. ..... : \ P, UA \
Roy'Clemons: meeting peryeart six ,i

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L BHS, UHS Science Students .

li I To Compete In State FairBradford
i 1';py

students made a good show at Jenkins, Benita Franklin and I Bacteria;"Cathy Smith,"The Effect of Saline Solutions on
'Effect of Gases on Sound Fresh Water Snails.
the Regional Science Fair Darla Christopher.The .
held in March and many of the following students from ,
projects gained the privilegeto Union County will also present .
go on to the State competition their projects at the state t -
to be held at Jacksonville competition: Senior Division:
Beach on April 912. Silvia Acosta, "The Search for
i ibi The projects of these New Substances For the Identification -
students were judged superiorto of Blood Antigens- I
1. r'r __ those of students from nine Plant Sera vs. Blood Sera";
10:1 L neighboring counties in the Melanie Hale, "Phototaxis on .
Regional Science Fair. Euglena"; Hope Barrington,
The Florida State Science "TheAffect of Amino Acids on
Fair and Science Talent the Germination of Seeds";
r w Search is the next step in the Laurie Schretzmann, "The
line of competition for the .,Biochemistry of Germinating
'I4inssil projects.Winning. Seeds."
Bradford students Junior Division: Jose
bound for state and the namesof Acosta, "Study of Bacterial
their projects follow: Senior Lucleic Acid; Terry Dukes, 3USP,' a ,y".,
Division: Robin Chism, "Does "The Use of Animal Bi-
Vitamin C Affect the Metabol- ,Pr6ducts as a Nutritional
ism of Mice?" Chuck Hutche- Stimuli on Plants;" Clint
son, "Investigation into the Wilson, "A Study of Solar Steve Douglas.' Bradford 4-Her, got 1309 for hit Hamp'YorkDuroc -
,. I Dumping of Pathogens in Alli- i Heating;" Rhonda Fisher barrow. The pig was purchased by Donald
< gator Creek"; Phillip (P.J.) "The Effect of, Amylase and ; -:1::1'Q"< i Jenkins, "The Results of an --- ._- .__._.. .--.-....... ...
1 w Ionic Propelled Engine";. An) ,< A ..JI"a 4 dl 'k r r ., h ,
Diana Nelson, "The In Vitro
Digestion of a Bacon, Lettuce
and Tomato Sandwich";
Karen Powell, "Comparisonof
Gifted and Non-Gifted
Children to Abstract";; Diane
Yawn,"Determining tine Most .
'\ ii \ Suitable Photo Period for
i Raphanus Saturis, using only
: Artificial Light." .
H: Junior Division: Donna
.. t.
Samons, "Can Vibrations Y
'' Form Patterns?"
\ The following students are
.l\\ t "
to give an oral presentation of 9' xkt
j ...'.::. ..
-" -- ---- their project in addition to the
Wi1h'Union display for the Science Talent
I Pretty Shirley Cothran, Miss America of 1.75, poses 1975 Bradford County Fair and Strawberry Festival. Search.
FFAer Johnny Welch in the cattle show arena at the Senior Division: Diane r ,

I 10 More Than A ,,Pretty Face HOMEGROWN 1 ''

Shirley Cothran tramped For example, Miss Cothran putting- in a full day making 10
through livestock barns, pointed out, some cases of connections, appearances, CABBAGE ,e.
posed holding a steer by the divorce would result in women and any number of banquets. d
horn, holding a strawberry, paying alimony or drawing no Hurrying to pack to leave
and even stood next to a pig child support. about 1 p.m. last Friday, Miss FRESH PURPLE HULLs
while her picture was snappedyet The children didn't get America of 1975 still had timeto
again during her visit last there on their own or lust by talk for a few minutes over $
Thursday to the 25th annual .the woman herself, so( I thinkthere the phone of her feeling about PEAS 3 B s 1
Bradford County Fair and is some obligation as far religion. t
Strawberry Festival. as the man is concerned." "She was definitely more
Crowned Miss America of On education her field than a pretty face," said host
1975 in Atlantic City last Sept- Miss Cothran said it has been Bill Glover. SOUTH FLA.POLE.
ember, Miss Cothran, of pointed out to her that schools Heading for Chicago from
Denton,Texas,was a gracious.and across the country are very here, Miss Cothran said she BEANS
charming visitor. Whileat different. will\ continue her cross
the fair Miss Cothran" *. ,-"The practical way of country traveling\ until a new $1 00
signed hundreds of auto-! learning becoming more Miss America is chosen in 3 LBS. 1 I
graphs for young and old alike popular," she said. "Children September. Then she will\
who came to see and talk to learn by doing instead of return to graduate school to VALENCIA
her. memorizing." pursue a doctorate in y '
..-wdI.musLhaveamissed outs oe Busing children across town guidanee. and counseling' : .
tooth times;!', Mia. Cothran for the sake of integration is 'Texas Christian University.!,1- ORANGES ,'9 oL.HEADQUARTERS: L.i L.
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ri 'said when wither asked if useless Miss Cothran said. Miss Cothran already holds a y .
f boys flirt more now She added she certainly Bachelor of Science in Educa-
than before she became Miss favors integration and equal tion and a Master's in 7
America. education. Guidance from North Texas
,< -"Just as down to earth as What is happening in State University.Do 'I FOR ALL YOUR FARM FRESH VEGETABLES
she can be," is Bill Glover's, Vietnam and Cambodia "is a
description of the pretty miss. shame" Miss Cothran says,' it i I
As president of the local although admitting she has Today Norman's Farm
Chamber of Commerce, been too busy the last three Pick a day to quit smoking.
Glover had the envious task of weeks to follow current news Face D-day and maybe grit
acting as Miss Cothran's offi- closely."I your teeth. It could be easy or
cial host during her visit. think this is such a it might be hard but one thing's Produce Market I I I
During her.\ travels, Miss terrible situation. I just wish certain, says the American Cancer
America averages 18,000 there was some way we could Society, you'll be lesseningyour 617 N. Temple Ave. i 5.5 1 1 1- I. i
miles per month. Miss settle it and let people live in chances of getting lung
Cothran said people talk to her peace." cancer. 964-6071 Open Mon-Saf :
about all kinds of topics. Miss Cothran praised the .
"We talk about politics, Miss America Pageant in - - a

education funny experiences, response to a reporter's ques- I
places I've gone, places tion. Winner of the pageant is COLONEL r;
they've gone. I've had some a composite of talent, beauty, SANDERS' RECIPE "?,,-, -
real good contacts with people and personality, she said. ,1
and it's not anything that's "We are a scholarship I i iI'b
real shallow. We've gone into pageant, non-profit and the .y, pied Chicken i
some real deep conversationsand only pageant with talent
you'd be surprised how competition," she said. Miss .
nice and in-depth our relations Cothran plays the flute, which U.S. 301 NORTH PHONE 964-5126- PEP81 nr
have become." she has studied for nine years. .rw'f.
Miss Cothran toured the There is no normal day for .
entire display of projects at Miss America, Miss Cothran
the fair and displayed a says. "Each day is different." LOOK. A41tiee
genuine interest in many of Flights at 7 a.m.mean gettingup 9I w :
the artifacts. It was also the at 5 a.m., sometimes, '. rllrcot* y .
first time the Texas miss, who WHAT THE
holds a master's degree in
education, had been that near ( !
livestock. ''RIVE. I301 COLONEL'SOFFERING ,
"I've always heard how to
they bite," Shirley whisperedto
FHP Trooper D.C. Roberts, S. Stark Ii
who accompanied Miss
America and her escort, Mrs. FRI & SATS
Irene Bryant, during the tour
in Starke after she smilingly S Friday all you do:
posed with a pig. .
Religion is one topic on
which Miss Cothran expressesa ; I Collect capliners
definite opinion. Both her Saturday
parents are Christians and s y
Miss America grew up in the ., I from any size
church."I .
accepted Christ in the a .4 Pepsi or .
eighth grade," Miss Cothran Sunday t

said, expressing a strong .
belief in God. Religion has f Diet Pepsi
'always been a very important
part of my life'." She is a W April 11,12,13
Southern bw
Miss Cothran was a guest y.a.rwrwrarsnnimMMMaiaal111P111Klaa Cash In on this offer. It's easyl! In the coupon below, mall It with
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I Jacksonville Ft. Lauderdale, THRIFT BOX- pieces I

and Pensacola. She will be a of .. - - - -
guest of the Southern Baptist / .1 TWO Va Pints your choice of salads. or I 'THE PEPSI CASH BACK REFUND FORM ,
Convention in Miami this Here are my IS capllnare.PIMM tend me a Pepl-Cola
} June. PLUS ', baked beans 6 ROLLS'I I I Cash Back check for 100. (DO NOT MAIL METAL CAPS) I
Miss Cothran also ex- Charles Bronson LOgk III it (Offer cxplr**May 31,1875))(Unit three per family)
t pressed an opinion on a I..L. TOi Peart Cote Cash ask II
f variety of other topics in an "Death Wish" ',. Iaf' Dsfayserf / / P.O.Box IOU,Baltimore,Maryland 81203
Interview with the press at the I ALL FOR ONLY ywFtWSfor I wait I
I Holiday Inn preceding her B B --.....
i Thursday the fairgrounds.afternoon visit to Sun .& Mon I I II I MOM?. I II

#..I, Because women will "rose dIPtP.t I CITY .coum. nap I
some rights instead of gaining Bast Friends r.:. ] I
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II Equal Right ri1465. -. Levy.AIMbn. suw.nno_ Uni..I.
said when crowned last I -.11II--. ." ......Limit tfieee ch.aepr/Mnl/y.Aire I
Little Laura mwim ml IDI.-.a... ....
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UC Building Inspector Appointed And Rate Schedule Adopted I

LAKE BUTLER county -Heard a report from L'. commissioners had pre- xaoooof W004
t.0i t. building inspector was ap Dale Todd insurance broker, viously authorized the expen- ;: '
pointed and a rate schedule who informed the com diture of up to $5,000 for furnishings .,o oI .
adopted for the issuance of missioners that a 50 percent and equipment, in- :
building permits for construction increase In insurance cluding draperies, for the '
Pi I in the unincorporatedareas premiums for life and hos- building in return for its per- (t.O t.4e : ,
t tr of Union County and the pitalization would become petual use by the county for a i4 (

municipalities of Lake Butler, effective May 1. The current polling place in the primary, .
Worthington Springs and annual premiums on 31 county general and special elections '0. "
Raiford at Tuesday's meetingof employees are set at $1,053. The commissionersauthorized ..- \.17 .
the Union County Com- The new premiums beginningMay an advertisement
eNA h mission. 1 will be $1,580. In for bids on the equipment and Presents.'

} Sam Wilson, 61, of Rt. :2 I, seeking quotations from five furnishings. ,I r':1-- d.';
Lake Butler, was' the unanimous companies Todd said that the Old Time
choice of the com- lowest premium quoted was -Jerry Wilson, emergency
missioners to serve as county $1,346 from a company other medical technician and
building inspector.A than the one who now providesthe operator of Union Ambulance
minimum charge of $45 coverage for the em- Service gave a report of his Silent Movies
will be collected on building ployoaM The commissioners operation for the month of
permits of up to 1,500 square agreSOfc switch companies in March and said that am- .
feet of floor space, with an order' ake advantage of the bulance service had more I YOU'LL DIE LAUGHINGAt
additional charge of $4 per 100 lower premiums and than doubled since last July.
square feet in excess of 1,500. authorized the clerk to make Wilson estimated the annual Such Stars as :
This charge will\ allow for four the changeover effective May cost of continued emergency
inspections to be made by the 1. medical services at $24,000 LAUREL & HARDY, BUSTER
county building inspector who -.Fred Sowcll and H.F. and was concerned'about
will be paid $10 for each In- Wiggins of the Florida High- future funding for its L KEA TON & Many More
spection.For way Patrol requested that fill operation since the three year
mobile homes an initial dirt be moved in to build up eight county project was
Joy Andrews, holding her potted Swedish Ivy'plant Division'at that charge of$15 will be made fora some low lying areas at the expiring June 30, 1975. Duringthe Also Special Event Films, Football Games, Etc.
the Best In
won the Show Award In the Horticulture
the Bradford permit with' an additional motor vehicle inspection three year period of
County Fair.
charge of $10 for each subse- station and the surface be operation funds have been

quent inspection required.The covered with limerock. They' provided on a 50-50 matching Happy Hour HIGHBALLS'I
Andrews commissioners adoptedthe also suggested that a dividing basis to the county from the
Joy building permit charges wall be installed between the'' federally funded project.Dr. :

Tuesday, April 8, on the workshop and the Inspection
recommendation of a com- station portion of the building. from daily70q '
Bill Lennon of the 4-6 .
Wins Top Prize mittee composed of com- Both requests were approvedby Bradford-Union Guidance
missioners Gerald Griffis and the commissioners ,and
... Clinic made a request for
Paul Riherd who were joinedin George Langley was additional to more ade- dlCGREG '
Young Miss Joy Andrews Joyce Winstead, African their efforts by Lake Butler authorized to work out the space for f .
quately provide a rapidly "
Violet; Ken Young, Red John BEMENT '-'
must have 'quite a green Mayor Shaw. details of the improvementswith load of
expanding case
,Begonia; M. Pratter, Dendro- Union and all of its Mr.
I.thumb when it comes to potted County Wiggins. Dr. Lennon cited a N. Temple Ave.
plants as she won the Best In Farmers; G. Trip, Zebra municipalities had previously -Mayor Garnet Dukes of current patients. load of 88 t 'rI
'The Show Award in the Horticulture -' Plant; Shirley Andrews, Aloe; adopted the Southern Stan- Worthington Springs advisedthe patients in Union County, Starke on the organ from
Division at the J. Young, Euphoria ; J, dard Building and Plumbing commissioners of the children. Four I
''Bradford County Fair with a Young,. Mostrasata, Pine Codes as guidelines to be usedin completion of the new rooms including in the 38 King Memorial 964-7600 7 P.M. 12 P.M.
beautiful Swedish Ivy plantedin Succulent; Joy Andrews, future building construc municipal building at Worth- Hospital leased by the clinic
a hanging pot Swedish Ivy; Scott Nile, tion. With the appointment of ington at a cost of $56,000. The
will expire June 30, 1975.
1 Miss Andrews planted the' Large Terrarium. a county building inspectorand
Ivy from cuttings off another Second place winners were: the adoption of permit .
plant! sometime around Chan Tel Jenkins, Sand charges the county is now in
December of this past year. Terrarium; G. Trip, full compliance with State .E E _
Joy is the daughter of Mr. Asparagus Fern; J. Young, building regulations that Ij'
and Mrs. Levon Andrews of Rapsalis, Cactus Apple, became effective January 1, '
Starke. She is 19 years old and. Epidendron; Ken Young,
is presently employed by the Chan Till Lace; G. Trip, 1975.The office of the Clerk of the
Bradford County Hospital. Asparagus Fern; Joyce Circuit Court was designatedas
Miss Andrews' Jvy.''plant, Winstead, African Violet; Ken the issuing agent for the

,which was beautifully shaped Young,.Dieffenbachia.Third building permits and the new
i and well taken care of, won place awards went to: building inspector was
out over five classes of plants ,G. Trip. Swedish Ivy; Joyce authorized by the com
entered in the';"horticulture Winstead, African Violet; missioners to work out the
competition. : '" : Scott, Dish Garden; M. administrative details of the
First place winners from Pratter, Epidendron, Rattail plan with Clerk Robert
1 the combined classes were: J. and Dragon Flower; J. Driggers.In .
'..Young Swedish Ivy D. Young Staphelia Giagantia; other matters at Tues-
Mosley, Sanseveria; Carolyn Ken Young Strawberry day's meeting the com-
Joiner, Asparagus Fern; Begonia. missioners: t tI

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LAKE BUTLER Attorneyshave to be submitted to PERC Judith Brown, attorney for DRESS JEANS GAS TREATMENT
five days to file briefs before final recognition couldbe UCTO, objected to the,inclu-
with an impartial hearing made. Mrs. Minshew testi- sion of part time teachers in
examiner, who will\ then makea fied that they were later forwarded the unit designation, since OR SLACKS r .
determination of facts after to PERC prior to her they were paid on an hourly
reviewing a transcript of resignation as President of basis and that bargaining t, OUR miei ujrir
testimony taken in a day long UCPO some time in January. matters would have to be Add M_II...and .M. Ih.j .
public hearing Monday. April Ralph Walker testified thata handled differently from the A S dl'.ceI i/dp .....grIc
... rd ,....... and
B. in the running debate over meeting was held the latter other personnel.In / TREATMENT _.n..Umll.noainchKb pq

'which of two teacher, groups part of February to elect a summation, hearing 1 1 4 ) i 0 iI
/will represent Union teachers new slate of officers for officer Pfeiffer, inquired if all o

I, in collective bargaining.The UCPO but not enough of the' .parties were in agreement on I / err W p1eoM. .
; hearing officer's reportof 25 or 30 members of'' the four stipulations: ((1)) That the L _
the day's proceedings will\ organization were present to school board is a public employer I 1 ,
be forwarded to the Public hold a representative election.In ; ((2)) That UCTO is an LEN t f 'I ,
Employees Relations Commission lieu thereof Walker was employee organization and FJiOIt T-Nlsn

(PERC) who will\ then selected by those present to has duly requested recognition O i sew OIt001EF1O 11xwA.JSLIT
make a determination as to act as spokesman for.UCPO. by the school board as N tT01 l
who will\ be represented in a Walker presented 12 signed sole bargaining agent; ((3)) D
consent election to be held in and witnessed signature That no one has previously
which the Union County instruction authorization cards from participated in collective bar I v+,
personnel will vote teachers indicating a prefer. gaining with the Union County
ord to bliv. .* Qt this low price! et
on which of two groups will ence of UCPO as sole bargaining School Board; and ((4)) That A top-lab! selection of wanted as r 50 ton.* polyootor-50 Full I cur S,*M, L.LUNCHEON LOAF OR
,represent them as the sole agent. The hearing officer there is no contractural bar to styles easy-car fabrics, fashion t CORNED BEEF FLAVOR LOAF I ii

(bargaining agent with the permitted the cards to be holding an election at some colors. Brands you know for quality I- They're both fully cooked. and ready" to I-PACK JERGENS LOTION-MLD SOAP
Union County School Board. ,entered as an item of evidence time in the future. comfort and I good fit. Jeans went I Groat hat or cold: "far eundwcneo
.' Another option on the ballot\ from UCPO. All parties were in OB a or orach. 12 01." cans.Limit h h.l pi loftan n it drrand ouch pl..ara .
In sizes 29-38 slacks 28-42. i'h-::
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1 no ranched sari! Got Ihioo bur, 3 01. ( not wt. a*
will be the selection of "no" Wayne Carroll after agreement on the four stipula- d 4
1 group to represent Union reviewing the correspondencefrom tions as recited by Pfeiffer. 1
county teachers. ( PERC and certain provi- Five days were then allowedby ) l \/ \
The public hearing, sions of the collective\ bar- the hearing officer for
scheduled to begin Monday at gaining act. moved that the attorneys to file briefs on the, 3, Y MJb w f.
9:30: a.m., was delayed for hearing be discontinued since days hearing which will be i I-
about an hour until one group. that, according to his inter- made a part of the record..
the Union County Professional pretation an investigationshould Pfeiffer would not advancean MtSUS' NYLON
Organization (UCPO) could have been made priorto opinion as to what course IOUCLINILU Et "' -
obtain the services of legal the public hearing which PERC would take after JIIWI! !! ? ;z acH was ......
counsel for the hearing. had not been done by PERC as reviewing the results of the .wI'US ECIA wS Jd( I..
Steve Pfeiffer. hearing required by their own regula ,hearing. .....
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". officer, from the Division of. tions. The hearing officer, 4! a white.nylon trimmed..,*_I. f r pa.n.capnirg Ind.ar-. WaehoMo ban Cut to un.d.. Heavy duly 100! .inyl with
Administrative Hearings however. denied Carroll'smotion Union FireEquipment loped ...... PollI, or uu oulildo. Non-iliid foam Irod.. Trap duet and coupling. 5/B" .m.
advised Ralph Walker; appearing and proceeded with '. a, i back for lafoly.Popular colon. forclrn air. ISUx;24/ 'Mriud.diama, m.anama.rax.

as spokesman for the hearing.
y'' UCPO. that his group could Cynthia K. Oppen. Presi- twttrtntttr 16
'' not be represented at (the 'denl of UCTO. testified that on KNIT oIlIIAlCU MMf"NO-IRON tmtl C140t
hearing without proper legal February 6 and 7, she and fouror Bids OpenedLAKE / IIIII"US SlIm ., & NCOS.
counsel. five co-workers had obtained 11m .AI ..... PLANT FOMtOOXpolyoMorttretche

With no attorney availableon a total of 42 signature BUTLER Union :' .,l .JdC'_ I.N
short notice in Lake Butler. authorization cards from County commissioners opened : "for!a.anoom, look fit.Foahion *. Hlgh-otylo ."1 ip muted .pot.tamo oar _
Theodore M. (Ted) Burt was members of the instructional bids on equipment to be fur- .colon I.. 18., Ink.. ::.it. color.
summoned from staff on those two days and nished the Union County t 'It:. Long .,... ., noatly t ,' "d (ChooM citrus 1 t
hastily rod ai1la. !5 l avocado food.,oil-
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Volunteer Fire .
Gainesville to representUCPO. that they had been mailed to Department at ,r t \ i purpoaot6ofer.till III
PERC by certified mail on 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 8. as _. ......,... La.

!' .The Union County Teachers Saturday. February 8, along advertised.The t. : A, COTTON NUT oioloaiurafaodOf mr.:1 rate "L IAN MNmt viM NNIWLM. NMINN
Organization UCTO( ) was with UCTO's letter requesting low bid was submittedby OR NYLON TAN TQM 644 too bod.NMN "Ruggod movable pip (owe.Arc ErTocrl.*'ly4rill.awry bocreri
at the hearing by certification by PERC of Fire Fighters Equipment all wises 27 0' *wivl. booo, and. control Brew*. of ,1,...
represented .. .. .
3101 .- pool water parMino
t Heavy duty.
F attorney. Judith Beninger UCTO. Oppen maintained that Company for $12,795 followedby E a
Brown of Gainesville the 42 signatures constituted Able Fire Equipment Co.' .NaIT1llmtausNNtR..
Wayne Carroll, attorney more than 50 percent of the 82 for $14,000 and Truck Power &. floes" A colorful claim of
I represented the Union County teachers on the master list Equipment Co. for $17,940. ans fAve; .3 chips and rues in' NANIIIII ,,''C, '
School Board. they were working with. Bidders were required to .1M"a. an a nyir a rrro. Intr. PIANTU IF CIUIIC .-NCIoI1IICIlO'
The two teacher groups. In an attempt to verify the submit bids on a three year n.
both of number file with PERC by schedule basis, with Placket front*, crew
,f.j UCPO and UCTO. on payment ....
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'&: ,''which have been organized telephone during the course of the first payment becoming .*.- 100! cotton ..
'... ':'since last September, when the hearing the cards could due January 10, 1976. polprtartron' "'11. v a rAtiAs
Education not be located in their files. No purchase award was SaI \ A nonedarn ib
the Union County Fdl ai awl 116'J Colorful pitchrill hr hat a said...
{ Association was disbanded. Four more signature cardshave made at Tuesday's meeting I ed r..r, *mooch.* .1.....
,> have previously applied to the been obtained by UCTOin by the commissioners but a a 3h .;' bap., ansk." ing! ..1....*. b.dI., ::;:
r dI ptld 3% Whitogloiadltd 7waiNwrror.
Union County School Board addition to those mailed to meeting was set for 11ft''..,..PUM matcc wI ..
tf.i,t. for recognition as the sole bar- PERC on Feb. 8. making a Tuesday, April 15,at 8 p.m. to 111........ melt oolondfruit. ere pat/aI'Io!uhV1 ., lip... ..
.t ', gaining agent. In the absence total of 46 Union county review the bids and check out ..... ;
; > of satisfactory evidence as tol'i teachers who haVe indicated a the specifications. on each bid
", : reach representation preference for UCTO as bar received.

; the school group's board has failed to gaining agent. Since being'organized and derayld....iaYb.a/i... \

recognize either group. Wayne Carroll on behalf of the adoption of a county ordinance = = .0: 8'fl rNllT 1 l .'
1; In November Mrs. Sharon the school board, contendedthat establishing the .MM.arid, 2 D. rAVt'' .1
Minshew. as'''president ofr the master list should Union County Fire Department pocket ,.sash... .
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IntentiwithPERCfarrecognition also contain the names ,of the volunteers have ,
letter of :
UCPO filed a __ c.t.t: ... I. Irrr '
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I 'I', by. seven substitute teachers and completed a 60 hour fire fighting .tba.y....... ad.. "II ..... I... ..rest, .flrlhb.. ....... i sass-- ,u rAVa qre i.,
that body.. PERC's letter of seven teachers who teach part and training course conducted ..... .,..,I, ...... aIao. P.pdr.....f.awe._. S
:' acknowledgement with the time in evening classes in the by the Lake City Fire .(Oat...rd. ... Ave 7-12. Cqs .... Lw_7-12. ITk -UI ,If312'WI "

assignment of a number was Adult High School. After consultation Department.Final ,
admitted as an exhibit of evi- with Supt Cason exercises and instructions .y
dence at yesterday's hearing. Carroll withdrew his requestthat for the volunteers will be Madison 914-1b13. ,
.A later communication from substitute teachers be held In Ocala this Saturday -.
PERC called for other items included. April 12. I'.
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Hereford-Angus cross bought by Howard Auto Parts of Lake -. '
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I I Hereford-Brahma steer from Malcolm Lewis of. Brooker,

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Char X Brahma steer bought by the Bradford-Union Cattle The Lake Butter Senior Chapter FFA steer brought $1,362
l / man's Association, represented by Vernon Reddish. from Lonnie Thompson Jr. of Gainesville Livestock Market
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Buddy Clark and Angelita Hayman were auctioneers at the ,
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Steven Starling, Bradford FFA, got S78 for\I. \his' i Hereford, ., ) .
steer bought by the Dairy Queen, represented by Dale i )
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t4\\ \ Curtis Addison, Union FFAer, received $1,023 for his Here
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Grown Contest for Union County with Angus steer. Coastal Brahma cross bought by the Bradford-Union Cattleman's .
Oil of Lake Butler purchased the 853 pound steer for $1,037. Association, represented by Vernon Reddish and Ray it"I

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Donna Worrell, Union FFAer, received $1,553 for her
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; Tammy Johns, Union 4-Her, got $1,057 for her Hereford. steer bought by the Bradford-Union Cattleman's Association, 'ford-Angus steer from Keystone Heights Contractor Ernest
? Brahma steer from Farmers and Dealers Bank. represented by Ray Crawford. r.Robin Trlest.

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received S742 for his cross bought by Pine Air Farms, represented by J.S. Hereford steer bought. by Guaranty Federal,
.,.j -'steer. from. W.S.. Howard. from Union. County..- Hereford-Angus steer'from W.S. Howard of Union County ,Howard.. Harold Dvis, represented by

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More than $38,000 was paid I Publix and Farmers and 'brought top prices for most of 'pound Grand Champion for
F i x to young 4-H and FFA mem- Dealers Bank were the two top the steers again this year. $1.34 per pound The Reserve
bers at the sale of the third spenders in the 33 steer sale., | After the steer show the Champion, shown by Steve
\ annual Steer Show and Sale Other buyers were: Big >Grand and Reserve Champion 'Douglas, was sold at $1.31 per
;\ sponsored by the Bradford Dollar Tobacco Warehouse of swine were also auctioned. pound. The swine weighed 202
Union Cattleman's Associa- High Springs, Bradford-Union Ricky Balkcom sold his 200 pounds.
tion at the 25th annual Cattleman's Association
Bradford County Fair. ,
Coastal Oil Co. of Lake
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shown amounted to 32,169 Starke, Dairy Queen of
_I : pounds, the average weight I Starke, Don Morgan of Keystone
'4 : : being 975 pounds. Average Heights, Farmers and
; selling price for the steers was Dealers Bank, Fletcher Farm
$1.18 per pound. Equipment of Newberry,
s Food Fair, Gainesville Live-
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cents lower than that of last Lake Butler, Guaranty
year but considering the Federal of Starke, Howard
price of beef on the market Auto Parts of Lake Butler
today..the price was pretty Kentucky Fried Chicken 0//
good," remarked Ray Nor- Starke,' Lake Butler Apparel
man, treasurer of the Cattleman's Co., Lewis M. Ayer, Malcolm
Association who kept Lewis of Brooker Pine Air
,' tabs on the finances.An Farms of Lake Butler, Publix, .
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"lA', overflow crowd filled the Trenton Farm Equipment, ''' a l
jj\/; livstock show barn on the fair- Triest Construction Co. of
grounds to see the sale that Keystone Heights, W.S.
,. highlights and ends the live- Howard of Lake Butler and
% Wr': stock portion of the fair. Winn Dixie. I' Baldree, Bradford FFAer, received $939 for his

Some of the Charloais steer purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Don Morganof
After the Steer Show which top prize Keystone Heights.
was held on Friday night, the winning steers were:
steers were again presentedfor
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the auction sale Satur-
;. won by the Bradford FFA
day night with the following chapter
n\ transactions being reported:
I t Curtis Addison won the
I'I The Grand Champion steer, Showmanship Award for his a ka
I" shown by Annette Griff, Hereford-Angus cross.
\ brought $2,252 or $L93 per
pound. The champion steer The Union FFA Chapterwon
-J ,.Ji was a 1,167 pound Charolais- the Home Grown contest t'fi't
Guernsey cross and was for their area.
: This 1,167 pound Charloise-Guernsey steer owned by An. Miss Griff also won weight-gain contest at 2.'7 poundsper I bought by Publix Super-
These also sold for
nette Griffis, Bradford FFA member, was judged Grand day over a 114 day period. Vernon Reddish, president of markets.
: Champion in the 3rd annual Bradford-Union Steer Show and the B-U Cattleman's Association, presents the weight-gain top prices in the annual sale.
I Sale at the Bradford County Fair. The top steer sold for $1.93 award. The Reserve dham ion, mation(See pictures). for more infor-
I and was bought by Publix Supermarket at a total price of shown by Beth Hamilton
$2,253.87. _1.) brought $1,424 or'$1.35 per Buddy Clark and Angeleta
pound. This Hereford steer Haymans, both came
lr"" ';J !. weighed 1,058pounds and was :over from the Gainesville
i bought by Farmers and Livestock Market to be the
I t: ,,"<}ii\lt\:; Dealers Bank of Lake Butler. auctioneers for the show. Mrs.
IJ' .: Haymans proved herself to bea
.;f1t AU but one of the top five top price getter in last year's
awards in this years Steer steer show also. Their enthu-
J' Show were won by girls. ,siasm and smooth talk .:

@ 44 I Bradford FFA Chapter's Chin-Char steer, shown by Kim

Tenly, weighing 1,361 pounds won the Home Grown Contest
:} 4 tr from Bradford County in the 3rd annual steer show. The steer
was bought by Register Oil of Starke for $1,523.

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Bradford-Union Steer Show and Sale. The 1,058 pound steer brought $1.35 per pound, a total of 'i. ..rd
$1,424.16,from Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake Butler. Shown with Beth are buyers Mr and r ..Ii' :" _
1 Mrs. Paul Riherd and Mr.and Mrs. Shands- Howard. __ I am,
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Darren Brown, Beth Hamilton, and Stacy Hayes were
IMI winners of the 4-H record keeping contest sponsored by
Harold Herring of Gainesville Stockman's Supply.

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man's Association by Guaranty Federal, represented by
.. '''' M1 I t ti Harold Davis; Community State Bank, represented by Bill
_:' 7ft! Epps, and Farmers and Dealers Bank, represented by Paul
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Clint Wilson, UC; Zed Hamilton, BC. and Johnny Welch, \ s y '1 4 r
UC were winners of the FFA record book contest sponsored
f by Don Barrett of The Rancher in Gainesville. Barrett presents
cash awards to the three) boys.
Union FFAer Curtis Addison and his Hereford.Angus cross
f steer won the Showmanship Award this year. CommunityState
f' Bank of Starke bought the 960.pound steer for 1023. t jct s

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by Food Fair for $1,243. Food Fair representatives are Fred
Harris and Bennie Rogers. '
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.Winn-Dixie.for $1,63S. Bill Snead represents Winn-Dixie..
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Jfr purchased this FFA steer owned by Randy.Joiner for $1,075.:. y-

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Angus represented cross by steer E.L.bought Newt by Norman.Sawye-Slade Gas of Starke for pictures wilhWelch and his slot.r by Winn-Dixie for $1,432. Bill Snead represent* WD. 'trMT",!,(-m INr.A'd.? Mr._Olon.Howard,.of.Union' "County. .). ,

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Bill Adams Wins Second Invitational Track

etigrap4SPORTS Meet Set For Sat. ; I

Golf in, Howard says. ..
Strawberry TourneySTARKE Bradford Thinclads are to
hold their' 8th Annual Brad- "Our boys have been gettu'
ford Invitational Track Meet progressively better over
12 at the past few meets, and to
this Saturday April ,
A sizzling 7-
track that's what track is all abou
under-par finish Sunday gave Bradford High
better as
been getting you
schools have
local golfer Bill Adams a one Twenty explained Coa
Invited to the event and at along ]
stroke win over Bob Gates, ?
Gainesville, and Bill Arnold -r\. least 15 are expected to show, eve"
''SrSN This all day, 20
annual ., The show gets under way at
Lake City in the 9th ttU
is of the highlights of
'. one
Strawberry Invitational .
when the qualifying
Tournament at the Starn r ', well for most of the
Golf and Country Club. \...... ,:, .. will be held. Most of the finals sters as schools.as
Adams shot a 139 for the 72- '.. : will begin at 1 p,m. that after- other

hole tournament Saturdayand noon.
Sunday. Gates and Arnold Among the 20 schools are JU
were right behind at 140. some top competing athletesin
Adams came from six strokes the State. April 25
down the first day to win his Bradford track Coach
first tournament of the year Grover Howard expects his
Sunday. 1 ( ,1,1r runners Dodo pretty well in the Registration for'the.. 1975
a I TH The team has been session credit courses
Adams finished early then I +I big meet. spring
had to watch Arnold and 1 idle for a long spring break so will be held at Jacksonville
Gates charge his 139. Arnold It's a little hard to determine University Friday,. April 25,
left a 12 foot putt dead on /; what kind of condition they're from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. in. the
target but half an inch shorton < Wolfson Student Center.

the final hole which would Lake Butler Jacksonville University
have tied Adams. Gates left a : operates on a modified tri-
60 foot putt three Inches short jJ".1t.. mester calendar, and the
which would have also t tied Fell To GHSIn eight-week spring session' is
Adams. the first half or the Sprilg-
"He was unbelieveabl." summer "trimester. The
said Randy Jones of the a game against GHS spring session begins on April
Country Club of Adams' Sunday played in Gainesville on'April 28. and the summer session on
I performance. Adams had 3, the Union County base- June 30.According. J
eight birdies and one bogie bailers were defeated 41.
Sunday for his lowest round in Herb Nerves, host of tie Strawberry! 'Invitational OoH Match, presents the Championship GHS packed six hits into two to JU Registrar

Bradford" netter, Larry WhIte, it quick to po* t'of himtdf competition on the familiar trophy to Bill Adams. Adams has won the tournament for the past two years. The winning innings that produced all of Lex Barnett, registration for
Starke course. He missed; score this year was a three under par 139. the runs. the spring session is by appointment -
for the return in an earlier match.Bradford three putts of about four feet The loss Lake Butleran Students who planto
:.\ each,or would have been even 15-146, Ernie Jones, 45-42-49- winners: 1)) Charles Flynn, Smith 14811)) Mick Calvert, 8-7 season gives record.- attend JU for the first time
.J lower. 44-15-150, Gus Kopelousos, 140;,2)) Mack Murray 140; 3)) 149; 12)) Ernie Jones, 150; 13) The team plays on this spring should make application -
Netters Arnold's 68 led the first 48-43-39-42-15-142, Phillip I Gus Kopelousos;; 4) Free- Ed Steele, 150; 14) Len Bobo, Thursday (April 10))again, a home for admission imme-
day's play Dave Lester of Nichols, 4752524..1..165.Bob mont Tolles, 143; 5)) Richard 151; 15)) Vic Arnett, 152; 16)) against Gainesville at diately through the 'Admissions -
stroke backat Patterson 48-52-52-48-16-. Odom, 145; 6)) Huntley Red- George Roberts 152; 17) Jack game; Office.
Melbourne was a 7:30 and (then on Friday
Roberts, 47-48-43- fearn, 148 7)) Jack Alvers, Cason, 152;18) Warney Adkinson : p.m.
69, but finished fourth.It 168 George ; Chiefland in another A late registration period is
Win 2 Over ClayBradford is Adams' second straight. 44-15-152 Isaac Thomas, 49- 145; 8)) Brian Hamilton,146; 9)) 153., 152;. 19)) Willie Griggs, home against game?, also at 7:30.: scheduled lor April 2830.
Strawberry Tournament title. 42-47-45-147. These were the Isaac Thomas, 147; 10)) John

He won it in 1974 with a 140.

girls and boys outplayed the Clay girls 8-4.' Gates is a 17-year-old juniorat
teams met Clay County This match finished up the Gainesville High School. :He
tennis and Arnold tied at 140, t but
High School in Green Cove regular season of play for the w
8) netters and left them with an Gates was given second place r '
Tuesday (April
Springs on overall record of 154. ="It's when he birdied the first holeof BonusBuy FOOD Fowl
and carried the twin match to Tta Qualify 'People
double victories.The quite an impressive season a sudden death playoff.
girls "racquet'ed" up when you consider that the Bright clear skies accentedthe

another win by a score of 6-1 first three games were lost, nine.hole, par-36 course ASSORTED
which was in beautiful condition :REGULAR GRIND
which means the girls, once
vt hile the boys came out on top FAIR Pantry
they got things together, won for the tournament that ORELECTRIC

52For turned the out girls almost the days identical scores to matches 11 out of," says the remaining'Coach Melba 12 Starke highlights Country the year Club.at Pro the Pork LoinCHOPS Pride__ PERK

Herb Herres was very pleased
of last week's match Howard.For SUPERMARKETS
with the turnout of 120 golfers '
with them winning all but one the boys: Larry White From over the northcentralpart STARKE COFFEEFARMLAND

contest. won 8-2. Mike McRae was of the state who enteredthe .1 320 SOUTH
In the singles competition downed 1-8 Randy Crews won tournament.
most of the matches were 8-1, Andy Crews was downed WALNUT ST.COUPONS. .
close. Jennifer Jockel was 6-8.and John Samons won 8-0. 3 TO WY tow
,. Prizes tor top honorsin '
defeated. 7-9. Ruth Hazen won Pierce won 8-5 .14./10
8-4 Lynn team of White and McRaewon play were: first place, a set of 79'
Debbie Mitchell played to an 8-1 while Andy and lUndy irons; second place, a set of PKG' ""-"axirt BAG
and Pam Tucker'
86ictory, skunked their .I
Crews op- woods; third place, a golf bag 6LLLIOa6GM _
carried her opponent into POn.eaj/ 11.w.. and club covers. ,. ... ._...' ll_ -
.wy. :;
the. tie tM
overtime .winning : ,
breaking round"''5-4 and the r*n 'Next..on\the'aggfdb for|Clth The championship, first and, h
mulch 98. of the teams are the District
The girls swept the doubles Playoffs which will be held in scratch second; while flight the third played flIght / ? / / BonusBuyU.S.
again with Jockel and Hazen Gainesville on Thursday,
scores were adjusted by registered -
winning 9.8 in another exciting April 17 through Saturday handicaps.Scores BONELESS BEEF BONELESS BEEF NO. 1 MAINE
tie breaking round. The April 19. They will compete /; listed
team of Mitchell and Pierce, against 12 other schools.. with local by participants flights are first, DINNERS BOTTOM ROUNDROAST BOTTOM ROUNDSTEAKS WHITEPOTATOES w w,000M

then .winners In each flight:

(handicap 0-4) '
Bill Adams, 36-38-32-33-13, 1000.111 $138rnrn I. $148 '

Hal Seymour, 33-39-37-39-14: 99 j Loose
a.4VJ2. Clyde Terwillegar, 40-35-37-3! Lt |
-151.The winners were 1)) Bill
N Adams 139; 2) Bob Gates: ,
'" 140; 3)) Jim Arnold, 140; 4)) 11r6dyfa4hy" GNryOayLowRbe n.......r.&....Y fwryBaylewmc* '. p N' ; t""'Wy i r Ionut8uy

143; 7) Jack Rountree, 145; 8)) w.ue..o : ROAST ROAST

Bill 146; 10)Dudley) Britt, Mims 147; ,12)146; Hal 11)) !1s8I '1'$98C' ;tor 98c 59 l8 49C 'E& 79C

Seymour, 148; 13) Bob Devitz; ,

148; 14) Doug Slusser, 148. rvDaylowPrke r.... o..w..IoN p. [veryOdyLowPrice r.... o..w.r IoN PNpIo lonmluyJ2L"
_jwr,:. _MI-; _
First Flighthandicaps COCOAMIX APpi"E Ci 'OEN E1 PAPER M GREEN' ""' H el'"
( -*) '
Bill Epps, 37383942156.Godwin JUICE PEAS TOWELS _I CABBAGE I CELERY

Hazen, ;39-37-42-40-158 44-39-41-42-166, ,Harry Jack u,. ,,89( 2/89< : 3/89/ ( .. 39< ( '" 10eSlJ ,' 23<

'.4 Riggs, 44-36-37-41-158, John
Watson' 41353831151. The COMPARE & SAVE COMPARE SAVE COMP
winners were: 1) Warren I & !: RE, &SAVE,

J. Berger 151; 3),Bill 149;Silverthorne 2)) John Watson, 153;, Beef Pot Roast SS: .: ,!sll'.1' I: Skinless Franks ,=-.:."" "I [Cooked Shrp *.uuo Mnnno>M 89c

4)ussoline.,155)Bill Calclasure.; 6)) Bill; 5))Epps John, Beef For stew ; '_* sIlt s.Sliced Bologna r i-. 79*. i ,Turbot Fillet SKSSSL.69C' ,

156; 7) Ricky Hinson 156; 8) Pork Shld' Roast ..Nw ='!... 79c Chuck Steak
.' .. J. Jamison 158; 9) Jack I r=IU :"'_... 88? Chipped Meats ;was39'

---- '. Hazen 158. 158; 10) Harry Riggs, Smoked. :nics ,ri: :*:'::I" 65e. I Cheese Slices :::F .=- 79!* i:Cottage 'Cheese saws.-.. 79*

Second Flight 'Spaghetti ,& Meatballs ''F 99c I I''Cream, Cheese :-z.-:: 39s_ .:I.Cooked Ham ."ErasM"t i u

Dr. H. Adams, 44-40-45-38-
167, Steve Denmark 41444043168

r ri .O aw John Godwin, 47454944185.
Grover Howard 474641173 -

Comer Perryman, ;t.
424041.38161, Drew Reddish -
38-43-43-43-167. Richard
Donnie Se1I hu been chosen All-State l In basketball for Roberts, 41-46-38-42-167
i i. the second consecutive year. He Is pictured here holding one Vernon Silcox,48404545178.
01 the nine trophies the Bradford team hu won in the put The i winner were: 1)) Don
three years. ickstein, 154; 2)Tom Miller,
158; 3) James King, 161; 4)Comer )
Perry man. 161; .5);)
Bradford Standout Gary Alvers, 161; 6) Ken
162 7) Dr. Adams,
'. Ulerick1 ;
I' 167; 8) Lee Deckman SimonetU, 167,;167 10));; B.9)George COMPARE SAY I COMPARE &. SAVE I ;COMPARE, & SAVE

Chosen All-State irvonen, 167.Third. Mashed Potatoes :-.== 39c I Pantry Pride Wipes In 49c I Potted Meat .::: 5/S1/

1 Flight Pork & Beans AIMWCAM HMI1V 29c Pantry Pride Cups Bradford senior eager this past season. That leaves (undlcap1J..11)Clndlcated :
: % : Donnie Sewell was recently the versatile young athlete (( by Jtfc number" ) Beef StewLuncheon 1w': ::: 69c i Pantry Pride Cups voted to the All-State basketball All-State in two sports duringthe Warney AdkiMon, 44-44-43-
t""- 1![ I team for the second consecutive -,, 49-14-152, Ed Cole 53-45-47 Loaf "':"...'.:"" 49c | Foam Cups .w 59c .Iced Spice ._11' n;: ;r4: 59c_

I. i! year in the triple A same year. -18-154,Jim Epps, 91-49-53- Vienna Sausage 29c i Dill Pickle ..
j !; class. In his career with Bradford -18-U7, Charles Flynn, 41- =; Chips ?atw:, .43c_! Peanut Butter, 'p"-i 1171r
J Sewell has recorded total of
a Willie ,
{; Sewell has been a basketball 90S rebounds, an average of 40-43-14-149 48-47-47-18-153., Dr. Harry [ ,. IoN...'... [vcryo.rt.owPn ,'; I! f standout at Bradford for the 303 per season. Sewell led the rT ".u ,
), past three years and has been Big Sun Conference in Gruen Brian ,Hamilton 46-42-47-46-14-153, 43-46-41-46-, ; .., '"..al..."...' SHAVE BANQUET : :tt KING tltt ...
j a starter with the teams that rebounds this year with a totalof : rooD SPRAY CREAM POT PIES ENGLISH_ BREADPILLSBURY r
have won nine major trophies 384. He averaged 14.5 points MUFFINS
'} for the school. per game and scored a total of 'i'iI
3/$1 '
_. $349 2/l ,3/$1 4/l 3/$1
f "Donnie is finishing out an 363. I .: _: 3$1l
1 Pt .
outstanding careerrfgrthBradford S
Sewell has signed a football ----- ------- ------: \ ." ..
\ r. ., says coachwWike --.----OaI -(
1 r.! Sexton of the Tornado scholarship with Georgia l7. / rIt : lMrt..lD<....... "' ,'-.11 Fl......
Tech. A-1 .'IIAK' .17 OM u..,
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I "I just feel that I'm too I '. ". C....' "BEL/ -'t'TMr '
I Besides being All-State in short to compete with the bill I .JIJ.I!! : : It ''tAUCM, tOea I ; ,CHUI' STEW 1'", ....
basketball for the
past two men in college basketball. '!'be CUMM baUetad that I I ,.. .
.IIMIIN.ONPOa.000.O1.A r I OO" 000/0.00.001 \
j I years. Sewell was voted All- said the 6-4 220 pound Sewell irlog peeD]ap.WM food wlm5./e00.OM0... TMMi ., -, HUM........TUMI. .. IM OAFS" ... C0UfIT99c
alp Ift IO iNMT I coupon. A." NM umt I COVMK. /6 69t -
: Conference in basketball as when asked about his deci- for die domach. \ I. ...; ,
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: BHS Baseballers Play Three .j) i

Games Going 2-1 This Week ,

In three contests this week afternoon and on Tuesday the their minds. We didn't play record is now 2-1 with a .63 fall I crossed the plate. In the
the Bradford Nine lost a Big team traveled to Gainesvilleto good ball at all." ERA. fourth Inning' 5 runs were
Sun Conference game to meet Buchholz. Before the game the teams Bradford lost an earlier scored. Three big hits by
Buchholz 5-8 and then came "We Just weren't mentally conference record was 6-1 game to Live Oak when six Reddish, Nichols and Aycox
back to win 1-0 over Live Oak prepared for the game on which makes Buchholz only runs were scored in the scored the runs. '
and 13-2 over Eastside in Friday," explained coach the second team in the conference seventh Inning with two outs The big hitters of the day
Bradford another conference match Harry Hatcher. "It was a con to beat the Tornadoes. already recorded.On were:. Nichols, 2-for-3 with 2
QoH rputf around white May wait for their opponents, Buchholi,for a match on ference the team beat RBI with
Tuesday The Gainesville The game against Buchholzwas game and pretty Buchholz scored most of Tuesday Aycox, 2-for-3 2
golfers ran about half an hour lato. played on Friday night important but we just didn't their runs in the last two in- Eastside, another conference RBI, Reddish, 2-for-4 with 2
(April 4) on the Bradford realize that completely. We nings with 3 in the sixth and 2 i game which now puts the RBI, Jackson Prevatt 1-for-3
diamond. Both other games have beaten Buchholz already in the seventh. conference record at 7-2 and with 2 RBI, Jockel; 1-for-3
were hosted by the opponents. this season and I think the Jeffrey Jockel, the pitcherfor leaves the team in second with 2 RBI,and Charlie Revel,
Live Oak was met on Saturday boys had that in the back ofBradford the Bradford team now place.Tommy. l-for-3 with 1 RBI. .
BHS Golfers BackIn holds a 3-1 record with an 1.11 Wise was the The team again faces a
.. ERA. He pitched until the winning pitcher. He gave up 3 I three game week. They play
'-' : sixth inning when he was hits and 2 runs. Wise's pitch- Friday (April 11)) at home
fiAw .... replaced by Matt Hull. Ing record now stands at 4-2 against Orange Park. This
Bradford scoring came firstin with a 1.09 ERA. game is on the schedules to
'- the second inning when a Most of the scoring came in begin at 7:30: but has been
The Swing Of It '. single by Jockel knocked in .innings 2, 3, and 4. In the changed to start at 3:00 p.m.
two runs. One run was scoredin second Jockel hit to scoreJackson They meet Green Cove
the fourth off of no hits and Prevatt and later Springs in another home gameon
in the fifth Hull slammed a crossed the plate himself. Saturday (April 12)). The
Bradford golfers made In Tuesday's match, both matches coming we're going 'triple and later scored. Run Three runs off of 2 hits were game begins at 2:00: p.m.
somewhat of a comeback Ed Watts and Matt Herres to have to play better than we number 5came* in the sixth counted in the third Inning. On Tuesday' April 15, the
Tuesday, April 8, when they scored the low, three over par'39's did today if we're going to ...... ;' 6 when a hit by Charlie Revel Tommy Reddish, Johnny team travels to play Lees-
defeated Buchholz by four to lead the contest. Bobby win," said Coach Adkinson. scored Johnny Nichols. Nichols, and Jackson Prevatt burg.
strokes, 159-163 in a match Patterson was next in line "Ocala beat us once down ,
played at the Starke Golf and with a 40. Young Wade there and we got them by one "In the game on Saturday, ____ _, ...,U ,_ .
Country Club. Winkler birdied the eighth stroke on our home course, so i tight defense and good pitch-
The victory will help boost hole and ended with a score of they've got some advantage in ing held" the score to a low one DeWitt C. ;
'the club's morale a bit after 41. This left the overall team playing at home. Our boys run, said Coach Hatcher. Jones
their nine game winning score at 159 which comparesto have never played the back ,-: "Again we didn't play the kindof
,streak was smashed by losses a 163 from Buchholz.The nine in Ocala and for the Con. i. ) 1 ball "we are capable of., Funeral Home
last week,says Coach Warney low score from the ference we'll play the 18 holes .. playing. in .
I lAdkinson. Enthusiasm must Gainesville team came from Again, they've got some .. The only run was scored
its number 1' the third inning when Kenny ''STARKE RflONE; 964-62pO Q
'be high for the team faces the one man, Riley, advantage. ;'
Big Sun Conference Playoffs who shot a 39. Bradford's Conference Aycox hit a triple and scored RENTAL
on Friday, April 11. "With the conference record now stands at 7-3 with because of bad ball handlingby HOSPITAL. BEDS WALKERS:WHEEL CHAIRS
the Live Oak fielders. .'
the season record at 11-5. CRUTCHES
The Conference match will pitcher Jeff Jockel warms up for the Buchholz Bradford had only the one
be held this Friday in Ocala. game. The Tornado nine dropped the game 4-1 In the seventh hit in the game and Live Oak KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .
After that the golfers meet inning. Jockel's pitching record now stands at 3 and 1 with a had only 2. The winning pit- PHONE 473-3176
Eastside in Gainesville on 1.11 ERA. cher was Matt Hull. His .. "

Monday (April 13)). .

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Union Ru,ns Awayle

The No '
Worry : I ,: ,

With ) '
HonUnion MeetMile

Direct Deposit '

County thinclads Relay 2)) 3.51.5
came back after a long spring (Griffis, Cummings, Thomas,
break and put the distance Highland). Social Security
between Hawthorne and Keystone
Shot Put 1)) Sirmones 34.7
Heights in a meet held in 2) Smith 40.1 3)) Whitehead
Lake Butler on Tuesday,April 37.9 4) Biven 37.8.
8.When Discus- 1) Sirmones 110' 1' Program pa
the scores had been ,3)) Bivens 100'6.5"
tallied Union came out on top High Jump 1) Thomas
with a total of 101.5 points. 5'10" 2) Riley 5'8" 4) Perry
Second place Hawthorne was
far behind with 75 points. Key 5'6"Pole Vault 2)) Richardson Offered By

stone, with a small, track, 8'6'V "I'rF
Y,. team held in with 13V4 points. Long" .,Jump .- 1)" Thomas W '
'"The boys ran some,good'' 20'9'4)) Smith 19'6"---' '1' w."r- ,i". I."f nn jgitf .fj'" WO'd'nu,'" rf! n .. ,,, .. I" .
races today..In fact, some'of Union's season track record >>. i'i. i.. j 11 (''JIII//)
our best times this season now stands at 52. The team
were recorded in this meet. will participate in the P.Ki Guaranty REDUCE. RISK OF LOSS THEFT
With such a long break since Young Invitational meet to be ,
our last meet, those statistics" held this Saturday, April 12. OR FORGERY OF BENEFIT CHECK!
really surprised me, Only 13 members of the squad
remarked Coach Terrell Bass will attend the meet. This is Yearly thousands of Social Security Checks are stolen from
of the Lake Butler team about due to the amount of schools FederalUNINTERRUPTED I
the event. that were invited to the meet. ; residential mall boxes,forged and cashed.Thefts are on the
The next full meet will be on : ''Increase With Direct Deposit you no longer worry about this
Colon! John M. Smith (right). promote trot Merchant Listed here are Union'splaces next Tuesday, April 15, possibility.
and times in
i (center)to Cadet Captain of the Junior ROTC. Mrs. Lorretta the each of against Jasper.This meet will
\Marchant (left) pins the Insignia on her son. the events covered in the be held in Lake Butler and will DEPOSITS!
meet: begin around 4:00.: The runners -
ItL 120 HH -1)) Thomas 16.0 3)
Bret Marchant Promoted White 16.8 Conference are preparing meet which for is two the During periods of absence from your residence your benefit EARN MAXIMUM I INTEREST

100 Yd. Dash -1)) Smith 9.9 weeks from Friday. check goes directly to your savings account.. Should you HP
} 2)) Sirmones 9.9. SIT
JROTC Cadet Captain Mile Run 1)) Stoutamire move your check will continue to be automatically deposited Ul I !

4:47: 4) Blackwelder 4.56. to your account. The day your check Is received from the U.S.Treasury it starts
Colonel l John R. Smith, the of the His insigniawas
company. 880 Relay 1)) 1.32.7 (Brooks,
of the JROTC program at pinned on by his mother, Smith, Perry, Sirmones). earning our current annual 5.25 percent passbook rate and
al i Bradford High School con- Mrs. Lorretta Marchant. 440 Dash 2)) Highland 52.9. MAXIMUM CONVENIENCE I continues to earn this rate until withdrawn at your convenience -
| ducted a ceremony on the BHS Designed as company First 330 LH 1)) Thomas 33.4 2) as you need it.,
football field on February 19, SGT. was Leo Flowers. His Riley 44.4 4) White 44.7. Alleviate problems associated with cashing benefit checks,
I and promptly promoted Bret insignia was pinned on by his
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to in
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cashing facility, standing
Marchant as Cadet Captain of father, Dessie Flowers. The 2.11.54)) E. Cummings 2.18.5.
the JROTC. closing ceremony was con- Sprint Medley 2)) 2.04.4
Marchant now assumesduties ducted by the Lake City Drum .(King, Smith, Perry, Brooks). I Let Our Savings Counselors Further Explain The Advantages Of
as commanding officer and Bugle Corps, Color Guard 220 Dash 2) Blount 24.2 ,

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Conduct ........ ... .. . .... . .. ... ... .. .. Chester Crum '
Will '
.. .
Rt. Rev. Frank Cerveny Garbage Downtown 'Expansion ......."r.......",".:.:... ...... Promoted to Sergeant i

I Services At St. Marks SundayThe (From Page 1)) who thai\ hc'doosn'ClikeAohttjMjljjiQy said) that wasn't right\ ; Development ( From Page 1)) poses, then the city would be \Chester Ft. Richie A. Crum, Md.,,Jr.March, son 14 of.

agency to build in those areas man admit lie is inadequate1 free to use it for other needs. Mrs. Emma D. Crum 1039 N.
She said that bids had been
with flood insurance. If the In'' other action ,the council: 'Lawtey Road, Starke, was
Rt. Rev. Frank Stanley for the job The board mdicuted received on the moving
Cerveny, 6th Bishop of the county refuses to sign the .l I mat with lh Episcopal Diocese of Florida, resolution presented by HUD, tight money situation $it Would) $2,800 for moving and 'ployment of a night policeman first class while serving as a
will be present this Sunday residents to flood prone areas rather Gaines continue t to do Starke Design Workshopwill placing on a continuous wall for a three-month period noncommissioned officer club
April 13th, at St. Marks indicated on the maps will not the inspections, be conducted here on foundation, to a low of $1,200for under the federally-funded manager with Headquartersand
Church. He will confirm be able to borrow at all. Zoning Board Chairman Friday and Saturday April 18- moving building only, with CETA (Comprehensive Service Company here.
several persons to be The commission is looking John Torode defended Gaines. 19, by Dick Dunlap and Tom city to construct the foundat Employment program and Train-* '
presented by the Rev. John M. for some assurance (the maps saying he was employed as a Mum ford, senior landscape 'lion and pay other incidentalcosts. Ing Act), a new government f Henry Block
Flynn, rector of St. Mark's, at will be remade. The HUD soiling( director, not a building architecture, students at the to provide work for : ,
the 11 o'colck service. representative who has inspector Gaines can 'learn University of Florida. The clerk declared that the presently unem- has 17 reasons
Father Flynn will be the visited the county and talked and the! Zoning!; 'Hoard is Purpose of the workshop is city hall should be persons The Is
present ployed.
with local officials indicatedthe to obtain local toward program why should
celebrant of the Holy willing to go along with that in-put torn down due to its bad funded under Title VI, and you
Eucharist at the same service maps will be redone, and for a while if the commission redeveloping the downtown condition,and Council decidedto be extended beyond the
and Bishop Cerveny will be said HUD is very much dissatisfied wishes' Torode said, but aria of Starke and the design call for bids for a completejob original may three months. Appli- come to us for

the preacher with the present added it will not he'I he,best I team desires the thinking and including demolishingand cations for the police job will income tax
Bishop Cerveny was installed situation! suggestions' of local citizens in
maps.Heard moving present city hall be taken at the Lawtey City
as the newBishop of resident Vincent In answer; to a question b\ this project and moving railroad station Hall this Friday from 1 to 3p.m. help.Reason .
the Diocese in January of this Gav describe the Hood plain Chairman Shulord Altering The workshop will be held at onto site. ., and. all next week, except t
year in St. John's Cathedral in insurance program as dicta- Gene Shaw Raid he would hale 13J: W', Call Street (the former Jim Scott, representing the 16.
Jacksonville. torial by the Federal" Govern- to be in the position of defend I II.V. Knight law office next to city recreation project in East Thursday. We'll ti-yto
ment. He urged the board not ing I the county' I if a building The Telegraph) and all -Upon motion of Councilman do everything we can
Massachusetts Lawtey, asked for funds to
of ,
A native Cerveny served as Rt. Rev. Frank CervenyHe to sign the flood plain Inspector missed a fault and a citizens are invited to come complete the building while John Robertson, gave to save you money.

Bishop resolution. house burned down with and participate.More labor is available from the Clerk Shuford a $50 a month After all, we want your
in parishesin
will be honored
rector a the
by -Planned Shuford information will be
Tuesday afternoon in it. business
somebody was
before Lawtey Correctional Center, raise retroactive until last again next
the South becomingthe congregation of St. Mark's ata to roads in the provided next week,
inspect questioning t the county's'lia: funds
Dean of St. John'sCathedral stand-up breakfast begin- He was told that there is a October, when were year.
Seminole Ridge development'at bility if an unqualified balance of $1,700 in the designated! for this purpose.
several years ago. ning at 9:30: a.m., prior to the
Santa Fe Lake with the idea is used.
building inspector;
the retirement of the Rt.: Frees. recreation fund for the
Upon service.All .
Rev. Hamilton West, the of accepting them for county Traveled to Hampton Jury current fiscal year, and -Voted to enforce rotationof .
elected Bishop friends of St. Mark's maintenance. Lake at 3'' p.m. Monday to council approved a motion by the city's gas and oil ;
Diocese as their new chief Parish are cordially invited.to Approved two development inspect: roads in the new Lake (From ,Page 1)) B.I<'. McCulley to take another business among three local ..

Cerveny be present. sites, Whispering I'mes Hampton Oaks: developmentbeing men, Including Higgin- $4,000 out of the capital outlay service stations and told -'
pastor. on Brownlee Road in the promoted by L.K. botham, repairing the' fund to complete the building. Marshal M.M. Jordan he must ,
northwest part of the county Edwards, III and Associates. machine. But other than that Council also agreed to write abide by this decision despite '
and The Woods, near the Agreed at Commissioner he did not connect the into the recreation property his repeated refusal to'
MENStephen Starke Golf and Country Club, George Roberts' suggestion; to machine with Higginbotham. deed a restriction that the patronize one of the three XWGI LOCU
pending getting the roads into work a short section of the Kite said. property shall be used for I dealers. 'I Tee lucent' Tel ...on*
shape for county mainten- Sampson Lake Road where Received the clerk's. six
Under cross examination by purposes only, as 118 Ni WALNUT
ance. The board is requiring limerock is down The lim('- Scruggs,. Kite said Ihggin- long as it is actively used for months report on the state of I --, 964-8286
W. Gay roads be stabilized by linic- rock\ will he broken the budget which she
t'NE up nixed botham's appearance on the such purposes. If it is abandoned Open 9-6 Mon-Sat
r Promoted to Corporal rock or clay, but not paved. with sand underneath and Kite farm was not unusual-- for recreation pur declared in good shape
March 24 Marine Cpl. Heard a letter from Gov graded, [Roberts: said so the 'I'II
that he was a member of a I
Stephen W. Gay, son of Mr.
Reubin Askew to recently
t county graders can grade the
club that hunted on the farm
Harold L. of
and Mrs. Gay
resigned Bradford County rond. 'J he present solid limerock -
Starke, was promoted to his Hospital Board Member Art has set up and is too hard last winter.
testified that he
Lee Casey
present rank whileserving at Loudon in which the governor to grade, yet' develops COME TOSaturday
worked for the Newman
.rU"CQ.pcQ the Marine Corps Air Station stated, "I agree that appoint potholes. Roberts said., If the brothers as a bulldozer
New River,Jacksonville, N.C. ments to the local boards and experiment works, it mav: he* operator, using a D-9 Cater- "

commission should be madeon carried throughout the county pillar on the Kite farm to clear
Sunday a local basis." The county whine limerick is down. liner The D-9 broke down
: School Obituaries I lance [D)
9:45: ; Morning Worship 11 is presently seeking power to Agieed to have the and the D-5 was brought in, o oW74
o'clock; Church Training, appoint members to the Bradford Weaver brake .testing Casey! said. G .

6:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30. : Mrs. GrahamMrs. Hospital Board, rather machine in the county inspection Under questioning by
than the governor. overhauled unable to argil lr yt k
KlNM'll.: Casey was in
p.m.Monday: Girls Ensemble, -Postponed Zoning Agreed to advertise a specifically connect the D-5 he 't
Glenner Graham, 69 Director L.M. Gaines' requestto ordinance if Ihe
6:30: p.m.; Youth Choir,7 p.m. strip was using to the D-5 recoveredby
Tuesday: Junior Choir and of Starke, died Saturday, Apr. employ a building inspector board approves it at t its May the Sheriff's department
Handbells. 5,in Gainesville. She was bornin to' replace Bill Woods who meeting ',' when several photographs of

Wednesday:: Family Night Vidalia Ga. on Aug. 25, recently died. Gaines said ho the machine were shown him
1905, and was a Baptist. is not a qualified electrical 'f
Supper, 6:15': p.m.; Sunday and introduced as State's evi- .
School Workers Mtg.; RA.; Surviving are a daughter, inspector. That incensed Nvtc Committee; dunce

GA.: Acteens; World Friends, Mrs. Virginia Sumner, Commissioner Dave Paulk, I In post-trial remarks, 1 I'J 1
Mission Friends, 6:45: p.m.; Starke one son, Charles Jones, ,S<-l Hy llrookcr Sheriff Reddish said (that the ,
Hour of Power, 7:30: p.m.; Alachua; two brothers, .' stolen bulldozer had received I I'I
Church Choir Practice, 8:15.: Homer Collins, Leeper, Pa., Seventh-Day Council such rough treatment and
Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: and Joe Collins Lyons, Ga.: Adventist such heavy use during the
six grandchildren and one Church !''I'wmmittee; (\ ap-
a.m.; Music Makers Choir time between its theft and 1
3:20: ; Visitation, 7 p.m. greatgrandchild.Funeral pointm'nts1.1'e modE byl'hairmlill recovery' that it had to be sent
services will be Carl l Edwards at
Saturday: 9:30: a.m. Sab- to the King Power agency in '
held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the regular meeting of a
BEN P. BRYANT bath School; 11:00: a.m. Ocala for overhauling.
Pastor Jones Memorial Chapel with Church Service. Urnokcr City Council Tuesday '
Rev. LeRoy Olive and Elder night The following_ere
Wednesday: :
T. C Williams officiating. Opening nightLife its p.m.best. named: Starke Man Apri112t975:
Interment was in Hillcrest With gift Bibles for all who Finance) : Roy Carroll, Carl '
Memorial Park Cemetery, come to only 10 of the 15 meet- Edwards: '
I\ Gainesville, Roads: Henry, Ilaktgll)|. Ken Sentenced ; RONALD' .
PINE LEVEL f ings ; | In'Gainesville : 3rliq MCDONALD will Be,here. + -: -
Friday, April 18: Life at its Young. ,, m t t 'A, 'trite :
BAPTIST mUD soon tp et children witl fun and y
Irvin best continues. Water and Lights,: f\.H. ;( .. /w
... I1IItIUW"8IM I DyalIrvin Sunday, April 20: Life at its Adams. Carroll AUkmson. ( surprises for everyone. It all starts at .. 'A .n
best continues and will con- Mowing: Adkinson. 11 ::00 a,m. on Saturday, April 12th.'r' .J
W. Dyal, 78, of of 'I __
tinue from Wednesday April Garbage : Harrell.. Edwards Alfred Junior Lindsey ... .
Bring the family! -
died Wednesday
TI, $111 19a Grahaml 16, through Sunday, May 18, Starke was sentenced Monday JJ
,I1t1.tTcNvucu. in Bradford County with meetings on Wednesdays It was reported that the (to serve ten years in prison for J '. ,to
.'-., Hospital. Born in Graham on Fridays and Sunday present. city street paving the January 20 robbery of a "
March 12, 1897, he was the son '. 1 : '"
Market at "
from 7:30: to 9 1.II'01'I'UI111'111': total 2' i miles clerk in the Majik "
of the late Oscar and Murriah All are invited p.m.to attend. and that the first estimatedcost 119 N E. 16th Ave. in .Gainesville f'I -, '" '

MurrheeDyal.He was a retired This will be at the Seventh- of f50.000() has now in- ,..,, ,."". ",,. ,, : R\ : '' :, ,_ J
"The Church with farmer. ; "
Country Day Adventist Church on cieased to $66.""". A special I Circuit Judge T.A. Yawn ri: :
the Heavenly Message" Surviving are his wife, Bethel Baptist Road (SU- meeting will I lx held next sentenced the 20-year-old J .\\,.., ., "'
Esther Lewis Dyal, of 230A) one mile east of the) 1lnnrlanighl t 10 determine Lindsey following the defendant's I l I rr. l : I'
3 miles west of Starke on Graham; and two sisters whether finances will earlier plea of guilty to 6 '
hospital, off of SK-230 (Call permit .
100, Church phone 964- Mrs. Ruby Britt,, Ocala; andMrs. : ,'
Hwy Street). Pastor-Evangelist blacktopping all btreels.'or if the W8: armed robbery. Lind- : '.'
6490 Parsonage 964-6407. Mittie Hilliard, Pom- Robert L. Fuller.Watch some will just be limorocked sey is alleged to have used a \
I. pano.Funeral. at present and blacktopped 22 pistol during the holdup. -, \, :: /r: 1
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; services were held later( ,
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Sunday Morning Worship, 11 at 10:30: a.m. Friday in Rock the ChangeAn Attorney George Pierce was
a.m. ; Sunday Evening Primitive Baptist Church with obvious change in a wartor I instructed.l to dl'aup new If there's "always room at oj 4'
Training Hour 6 p.m.; Sunday Elder W. H. Eddy conducting mole is a warning that oughtto regulations for subdivision the, top," why is there so I McDonald's8O2 =. ---...;
Evening Worship Service 7 Interment was in Rock be heeded; it may not mean streets requiring!! them to be much shoving going on up -as =
pm. Cemetery with DeWitt C, cancer, but only your physiciancan blacktopped, with curb and there? -
Wednesday Evening Jones Funeral Home in tell for sure, says the American gutter before being accepted .,-Olln Millar, 'In Atlanta' "Journal"
Service 7:30: p.m. charge. Cancer Society. for maintenance by the city.
Teen School Prayer Doubt isn'ffhe( opposite of
Meetings BHS, Tues & Thur. -,1SIIIIIDII3I_-__--........ faith; (iris an element of
8 a.m. in room A-18; UCHS, faitb iII!

Wed. morning 7:30: in f>aul' 'Tllllcn, quoted by Frederick
Auditorium. 'Buechner In "Wlshlul' Thinking", Walnut Street/St rke. Florin*
Radio Ministry WPXE 1490 I Harper & Row)

Sunday Mornings at 8:35.: .
.. ;:.,: ::::.. :-, ." '
a movie for people who .i' ::- ; : -, 6at t.1a11lr"- '''

BURAC Meeting haven't much of movies
Is Cancelled thought lately.Maybe Good News From'

you've been waiting for a movie that you can take your family to see,

Due to a mix-up the Brad- without feeling a little uneasy halfway through. "Perhaps I made a mistake '

ford-Union Association for Maybe you've been waiting for a movie that
Retarded Citizens Inc. boardof offers entertainment. and a little more. A movie that offers some answers to the
directors meetings, originally questions faced by the contemporary American family. 5Tax-

1 set tonight (Thursday, TIME TO RUN is that movie.

April 10)) has been cancelled, You'll walk out of TIME TO RUN with a little bit more. You'll walk out feeling ,. I
according to Mrs. Bessie
Griffis. that the money you spent for tickets was invested. not wasted.

TIME TO RUN Is an experience to be shared :

Local4-lIers : ,.with someone you love. Because somehow it could be everyone's story. Rebate ,

:J To Be On TV

'\,, On Any" Home \

t Randy Balkcom. who ,.t ", .
l' showed the grand champion in ":' .... yy
l': the swine division at the .l' ...,. .. :
t :. Bradford County Fair, and On Mustangs Lot. I
\ YJ)9
Julie Griffis
who won the I
sweepstakes in the 4-H youth & j ,
division with a strawberry .:.-.; :.. 'j r If

cake will be on the TV \ ,\, ... : President Ford Signed Into Law THE EMERGENCY Tax Bill On
"Farm and Home"on .
program wall' Witt pdua ....ntl'i' ... "+ :. ....., })
Monday. April 14. and
Tuesday,April 15, at 6:35: a.m. w ')'/i.! "I.t, !',: b 1 r.arelr March 25, You Will Get A 5 % Tax Break On Your. 1975 Returnk

Please support your local 4- : .
()f' .
H and watch these 4-Her's on 'I
j TV asks Lowell Parrish 4-H Come By And See The Fabulous'Mobile' Homes At Mustang &
coordinator "
raiO1UfM :/ Let Alice Explain The Tax Rebate r'i'To'' You aI.:

$ #* :i :(:: ::::::::)'1.rIT :::: :: .;.' '

f ,... I. ,Mustang Mobile: Homva

starring ed nelson/randall carver/barbara sisel ,

i ,- ,11"5 jotn winmJ/jofdonrissby/.p <' V '" billy graham I 160"'N." Temple: .964-7212. ". Open Till Dai11 ,' .

I wish CARD to exp OF_THANKS my appreciation Opens Today! '4Days Only"" ; (. e

I to all my friends and neighbors S
for t. the help and Wndrmaea R
/B they bevtowwd upon me No Passes : wrCi
and my family in the IOM of my +
daughter Joyce Fender, and a Show Times j r
special thank to Mr*. Bert Cola- ..
i ton. Thar & Fri 7:00 & 9:15 '
.. : : : ..

-Mra. Loll King Sat i Suit-! 2:00: ft 4:30: 7:00: & 9:15: r
I and FamiIv "

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,. April 10.'WS TELEGRAPH Page 11


$i'ookerShowin Progress in: Improvements ? :t '''f1f'''if. (1''' J

II r "
White some --- V I i"'J1'.f' : '
municipalities in the ---
.1" county obtain ', ;)
progress against the "status ..
Jl1 forces of reaction and quo. '- ..10<, .. '
Brooker :. -(
goes quietly on its way with a planned program of
( Improvements that brought it a water system several years
.1 ago, and Is now engaged 'In extending water mains and prs ta1
paving practically all city streets. '
Two thriving' !!! new residential' subdivisions, a new city hail,4 9 tai, rl. s v

and a S97OOO telephone' building< are among other signs of

progress that currently have Brooker humming with activity -
The present $44,000 paving program is being financed with

L,revenue sharing funds, "We thought we'd do something that .. '
"*-'would benefit ALL ,' }'\> '." : '"
our citizens, and there is nothing that II', "I.t!" ''Il'J.,
,everybody will use and enjoy more than paved streets," \
says t, / nh0lrlv1p.
Brooker Council
chairman Carl Edwards. '
The story of Brooker's current activity Is told in this _I:;!!!, .., ,; -
summary prepared by City Clerk Joyce Castlen. 1, w f. t

:$;. :J. 41.. -

The quiet little town of Ordinance, although it has :: ..,

Brooker is one of brisk been discussed repeatedly for ____
1 activity recently. Everything the past year, and will I
seems to have gotten into full probably be adopted within

swing within the past two the next year
months. I
V The Department of ;

The City Hall is now housedin Transpotation has installed,
its very own building on and the Town of Brooker _
Line Street. The structure maintains the school blinker
given to the city by the Brooker Elementary School.

Seaboard Coastline Railroadlast This was a much needed _
year and has been made safety measure for our
into confortable: quarters for children.

(the city's business. Until Land sales in the Brookerarea

,February of this year, all city have been very high In
"business had been
conductedin the past few months, with the
the Masonic building on McDavid sale to Kerr-McGee,
Charlotte Avenue. ., 4,& 1.
Inc., showing a $2.4 million
Street Paving in progress along Bradford Street In front of
price. There is some new new W,000 North Florida
The Telephone) "
Southern Standard building.
construction on dwellings in Carl Edwards, chairman of Brooker City Council, li pleased with new Town Hall, converted
Building Codes have been the town,with four new homes from unused Seaboard railro ad station.
adopted and are now in forcein built in Shady Oaks
the city The Bradford Subdivision during the past -=....,.v.-"
County Zoning and Building One other home is under
year. Oaks Subdivision, this project
Inspectors are handling the Gainesville with a bid of .
issuing of permits and having been just completedthis $6,449.90. The two other bids
month. The low bidder for
inspections. Brooker has not Water lines have been received were: Bogie'sPlumbing ----
this Preferred
job was
yet passed a Zoning extended to all lots in Shady Contractors, Inc. of and W. of Starke G, Johnson, $13,865;, I

Gainesville $19,6(10.(
-.a. ', .
.j -
J '
V Ellington Construction Co. 3'a

of Lake Butler began paving ,. -' ;", .,. .. ...
f r.;.'.
approximately two miles of
nil L, ,4 I. ,
Brooker streets last week, ,1

having submitted the low bid : :>i.r: _._ .. ... -
of$2.85 per square yard. G. E. :?Y'1fc''J\

(lUcky ) Robinson of f ;,. .j. ,; ,, ,...,.. ,
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Gainesville submitted the only :,!l i
other bid of $2.98 per square


The town has been saving
money received from both
Federal and State Revenue
Sharing Funds for the past-
four years in order to be ableto

pave the dirt streets in the Work of limeroching streets In Carlotta Subdivision is almost complete.


City has completed $4,000 project extending water mains to Shady Oaks Subdivision, where '
two new homes have |lust been constructed. North Florida Telephone

Co.$97,000 has building just completed on Bradford a ---11aa oo Ea a 'I aa oaoLI U J JIn

Street, installing new
equipment which now enablesus
County eNts By' to use the emergency No. "
previous articles we have he be honest with himself
911 ''We now -have the or When a patient4 with an 'the psychiafrisl-helps
,. ;'C'' BobbyTaylor automatic number been talking about the mental with the psychiatrist as longas alcohplic problem comes to understand >atid'ude'the him A.A to

Notebook identification, which means aspects of the disease of liquor is influencing his them; they suggest that he try program, and assists him in
We will continueto thinking.
that it is Alcoholics whileat
no longer necessary Anonymous,
solving many problems, some
discuss this this week
I topic ,
;;; to give the operator your the same time undergoing of which result from his attempt
telephone number when and will repeat some information Some alcoholics feel they psychiatric treatment., to live without drinking.

have had feed bills this need. dialing direct long distance.We from previous .. require psychiatric treatment This combination of
or hay
big grass you
I haven't heard the official articles because of its im after Trrey-have stopped
also able to keep the This combination of
winter. I'm the Present fertilizer will are treatment and
past sure prices psychiatric
attendance figures but I would to
portance.No drinking in order build.a
guess that the 1975 Bradford cattle are benefiting from the not permit any waste if ,you same telephone and telephone sound basis for alcoholics Anonymous proves psychiatry and ,Alcoholics
Fair broke all young tender grass as it are trying to make your number if moving to another treatment exists whichcan permanent helpful In many ways. The Anonymous works
County In
sobriety cases this is
within the Brooker many well in
remarkably a great
begins to grow. business profitable. resotre the alcoholic's helps the
previous records. exchange range of 485. All control so that he can drink good, especially if the alcoholic maintain his_ many extreme cases. It is

I believe that this was the Big question and problemfor Looks like the majority of telephone numbers changedas normally again. This would bea alcoholic has been in an advanced sobriety; it helps to fill much invariably !successful as longas
is how of alcoholism.In .
cattlemen now to stage
first Fair that I've seen inradl'ord our spring crops and gardens of March 16. The companyis complete cure, and no such of the time he used to spend the alcoholic' undergoing
County that wasn'tdampened economically fertilize survived the spotty frosts we also installing a pay station thing exists at t this stage of our drinking; and the program .treatment' STAYS COM-
by ram at least one pastures to get the most and had last weekend. A few fieldsof booth in front of their new knowledge. We can use the recent years most itself awakens him to the true PLETLY AWAY FROM
best for the least in this field have
'day of it's run. After a warm amount grass of The best pepper, cucumbers and building.It term ."recovered alcoholic," been psychiatrists working in conjuction nature of many problems he ALCOHOL? ANY FORM
the weather,turned to money. squash were hit and some however, and use it in its O.W.M.
opening way to go is to base your is obvious from thisresume' with Alcoholics Anonymous, did not know he had. In turn
cool and plants were lost. Some literal
nights pleasant days meaning.
decision on a soil test of the that our town is
that made many people wantto If satisfy the pH tobacco and corn was also making rapid on all recovered
progress When
pasture. you we
stir about. I think that most and liming needs, you will get this nipped if but warmer should grow weather out of fronts, and we invite all alcoholic, we say mean the Rosier's Nursery' Shows Top
of our lolks attended the Fair
interested citizens to
more fertilizer efficiency: continues recovery of health and well-
tit least one time. will be ableto in this growth and I
That is,your grass being. We also mean the

This edition of the Fair was utilize the fertilizer you. The big thing we need now is general improvement to make recovery of sobriety, which is Commercial Exhibit '
the land. Brooker a better more
also of the smoothest apply to the normal state for the non-
one a good inch or so of rain
in which to
pleasant, place
? alcoholic world. We mean the
fairs I've All The will also tell
running seen. soil test because some areas are
activities in the agricultural you how much of the major drying rapidly If you have live. ability to live as others do in An elaborate horticulture corncob sign spelling out "We Cycle Center, and 5)) Farm

and livestock areas were plant nutrients are already in irrigation, you should check ""o/ '* everyday world, as a citizen, a exhibit by Hosier's Nurserywon Can Make It Happen." Bureau

excellent even though we were the soil. With this information, your field and start applying "ju.... ." "''','.'',,, "\".,(""-"., member parent, and of as an acceptable We first place among Com First place'among Adult Adult Education! Soil .
society. mean
a little short on beef cattle we can determine the amount water when you see the root mercial Exhibits at the 1975 Education Exhibits was won Conservation and Forestry
exhibits. This was made and kinds of fertilizer neededto 'zones of the crop begin to \ the recovery of every or-, Bradford County Fair and by the Soil Conservation and Service, 2) Agriculture, 3))
,_ possible by a lot of work on the produce the amount of dry. LETTERS dinary human function except Strawberry Festival. Forestry Service. Public Health, 4)) Vo-Tech
:"!part of the division superini .' t0 one, and that one exception is Center (careers), 5)) Vo-Tech
the to drink. This the
exhibits horticulture.
.tI, i lendcnls. -' (D J Q4Q WlDGJf (iJ'uulDvrn' the EDITOR I alcoholic can never do The 4-H Club won first plac Winning were: Junior Education) ) 4pH,

James Balkcom served as r sucessfully again. among Junior Education Commercial: 1)) Rosier's 2)) FFA, 3)) Bradford County

our I livestock superintendent >:, treatments exist that Exhibits showing crops grownin Nursery 2)) Magic Needle, 3)) Schools, 4)) Boy Scouts, 5)) Girl
und did a bang-up job before This office has been having $20,000 with a maximum guar are Many designed to remove the Bradford County with a Pine Air Farms, 4)) Starke Scouts.
few for loan antee of $27,500 for a double MONUMENTAL
> and throughout the fair He quite a compulsion to drink, or at
'f assisted Greg Alvarez with guaranty forms. This form is wide mobile home and an PUBLIC RIP-OFF? least to reduce its force so that ,-_ _-__..___ .__.._.. .. 0....--.-..--
a request for a loan guaranty undeveloped lot. Increase the
11 the breeding cattle exhibits Editor the alcoholic can live com-
| Warren Carver with swine certificate: which can be used maximum grant payable for Bradford County Telegraph': fortably and happily without
I and the Bradford- a loan with a especially adaptive housing
at all. These are
Union Cattleman's financial agency. Here are for certain seriously service- It'sa great temptation these based -i

4 1 Association with the steer some of the key points of the connected disabled veterans days to take advantage of fed treatments psychologically, because their
law passed December 31. from $17.500 to $25.000. eral grants to build sewage 4.
exhibits and the Steer Show treatment plants ..., even If it purpose is to re-educate the
and Sale 1. Permits the restoration of Authorizes the guarantee of means putting the community alcoholic to a new way of life

: 7 The Steer Show and Sale a veteran's Insured entitlement or a direct to a loans inium,for units.individual Provides condom-maxi- in hock for 40 years and making without alcohol. "

;>was: extremely successful. guaranteed loan, provided any prior GI mum guaranteed loans of property the owners pay There are some alcoholicswho ; V7
:,} The exhibitors did a good job loan has been paid in full. With $7,500 for purchase of a nose. feel they need psychiatric
[-'with their steers'presented a the property disposed of by developed or undeveloped lot This is the case 'in Clay treatment before they can
.. good show on Friday night, the veteran (for any imme for a mobile home already County's Keystone Heights.But succeed in stopping their .,
.ri.' and they were well rewarded diate veteran transferee has owned by the veteran. Authorizes Keystone officials have drinking. This usually doesn't .
rtV j at the Sale on Saturday night. agreed to assume the out the guarantee of used added another gimmick: they work because most '
.a There are many people who standing balance on the loan mobile homes which meet the have arrranged at additionalcost psychiatrists find it im 4
helped make this possible, and has consented to the use of minimum requirement for to pipe the sewage uphill possible to treat a patient -i
:?especially members of the his veterans entitlement for construction design and gen- some4-plus miles and disposeof when he is under the influence V
c, >Bradford-Union Cattleman's the assumption of the loan on eral acceptability. Removesthe Is In Bradford County where of alcohol. The alcoholic A
{Association and the businessand said property). delimiting date presentlyin they have inherited land. cannot think straight nor can ,
Civic Communities of our \the law, which prohibits There the smell the viruses _
J Counties and area.GREENER 2. Increases the maximum guarantee of mobile home the drainage, the other en-

PASTURES home loan guarantee from loans after July 1, 197S. vironmental hazards and so Heights-to-Bradford Keystone
$12,500 to $17,500.. Increases on are conveniently removed County
BENEFITING CATTLEMENIt's (the maximum loan guarantee For more information: con- from Keystone Heights and sewage pipeline-would like _

good to go about the for single wide mobile home tact the Bradford County become ,the problems of very much to know.It kK
Service Office in the
from $10,000 to $12,500 Veterans
loans ; neighbors who aren't even
county and see greener courthouse in Starke. The should probably also be
and for double wide mobile
pastures.. This is a welcomed office will be closed April 16. served, by the system. mentioned that with ideal soil
light,i for our cattlemen who home units from $15,000 to The close-by communitiesof percolation conditions in

keystone Heights the present
Theressa and Crystal '.
septic tank would
-- -- system
Lake-and possibly othersare -
RIA .ttADFOItD c0 in the drainage pattern of serve the community exceedingly -
'> '1879hJ'y the selected plant location well for an Indefinite Mayor Charles Schaefer" signs proclamation designating ,":,'.
.. period into the future. FBLA-FBL week In Starke as members of 'Future i
mili' .. The project is therefore of u
All parties appear to agree on Business Leaders of America at Bradford High look en.
!1up.. vital interest to Bradford this point., t
; County.Does it want Keystone Why trade 'for a controversial J'f f ,.
Heights sewage? What Is the I. I ..f"" ," .' :!(
rs BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M, MILLER .. attitude of- the Bradford system that will Witnessing the signing are d-r) RhodatJoaea.'presideot., 'I '"., :.'. t
County Board of' cost over $1,700,000 for.a few Starke: Delores : Brawn,i historian. Hampton; Mayer ,,1 ;: r::r;
!/O Publlefwrs ,, Commissioners? And County of the hundred homes Schaefer: Margaret Norman, repo......." Starke, and Tlaa, f.-,.? .a '..;U',tc' ,;
auecand Chas MattsrM the Poet ONke at Stark.Is.. under Act .1.r I' *.-' 1'
s Pubfefrd each T ."day and entwd Bradford County Zoning Are' 'we witnessing a Kelley, secretary Lawte,. )' "p :'
of March 3, 11179, Board? What about the state monumental ? !+> "4' fl',.
Subaa1Ddon rat.intr.d.an&J S6 per year 43.60 sixmonttu.K officials involved public rip-off Members of the Future Business. Leaden of Aa ert ..Pbl (

d Outside trade ami: !7 per year. M.OO six months. Walter Murphey, President Beta Lambda are playing an outstanding role .In assuring the ,. ''
Stsrke.; Rev : 'The voters and taxpayers-, Crystal Lake Environmental!; future progress and prosperity. Bradford County,", states, :',:
Phone. 964-6308 especially ,those within the Organization the proclamation, < -

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. French also of were Sunday dinner guests of Clayton and son, of her daughter, Mrs. Pauline
Church of God Sunday Mrs. Wilson Robertson and Jacksonville, and Mr. and their sister, Mrs. Pierce Jacksonville, were Saturday Roden and children, of
School 10 *.m. Worship Services niece, of Niceville. The occasion Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Miss Elizabeth Terry Crews. Other guests were her I evening dinner guests of their Shreveport La., met them
11 a,m. and 7 p.m. YPE was to celebrate their Debbie ,and Mrs. Sheri sisters, Mrs. Onie Thornton mother, Mrs. C. R. Crews. (here at the home of Mrs.McCulley's .
Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. brother's 78th birthday an- Griffis and Napier daughter. Spring Vacation with her .week with her brother, Albert and Mrs. Mary Sellers, of Mr.and Mrs. Les McClellar- sonInlaw'and
Faith Baptist Church: niversary. They also stoppedby Mrs. Pierce Crews was a parents, Mr. and Mrs Glen Davis, of Fort Myers, on Auburndale, who were spent the weekend with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Radio Program over WPXE to see Mr. Cowan's father overnight of Crews and family, of Starke. account of the death of her Saturday overnight guests. son and daughter-in-law Mr. Uavies. They witnessed; the
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday Bible and sister while there. her brother-in-law and sister, Mrs. C: R. Crews, her cousin, Fonzo Davis. This was the first time all the and Mrs. Ronnie McClellanand baptism of Brent Edward
School 10 a.m.: Worship Ser- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Darnall Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, daughter, Mrs. Linda Boat- Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest sisters got together In a long family, of Vidulia Ga. Davies who is Mrs.Mc-
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. and daughter, Mrs. Sheila of Worthington Springs. While wright, and Lindy, were were Easter Sunday dinner time. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mrs. Hazel Delez and her Culley's grandsoi Mrs.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Graby, and daughter, of there they visited another Thursday overnight guests of guests of their nephew and Atwood. came for a visit father, Jeff Davis, of Virginia Rhoden was named God--
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Charlestown, Ind., spent the sister, Mrs. D. L. Shaw, and Mrs. Crews' son-in-law and niece, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sunday afternoon. Beach Va., were Friday mother, and David was
Grate United Methodist: weekend with Mr and Mrs. her daughter, Mrs. Johnny daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams and family of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Page overnight guests of her. named Godfather for! the
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Paul Lock and family. Outlaw and family, of Woodard,of Largo. They wentto Wellborn, Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville, were Sunday cousin Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. grandson. They came home
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr.and Mrs. O. B. Wiggins, Lacrosse. Mrs. Crews and the Veteran's Hospital in George R. Summerlin of afternoon guests of their Randall Reddish of the Slate Tuesday On Wednesday, Mr.-
7:30: p.m. United Methodist of Jacksonville, were Sunday Mrs. Pringle visited a cousin, Tampa 'last Friday and got Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. Farm spent from Tuesday to and Mrs. McCulley recciyvd a
Fellowship 6:30: p.m. Choir dinner guests of their parents, Mrs. Irving Dyal, of Graham, Warren Boatwright and Joe, Allinder and family of Jim Kafuse, also of Thursday with his grandparents call that his mother was ill.
Practice 7:30: p.m. Wed- Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison at the time of her husband's brought him home. We,are Gainesville.Mrs. Jacksonville, was a weekend 1 I Mr and Mrs. Les They left immediately,, for
nesday. Sr. Other guests for the day death. glad to report that he is doing Donie Pringle, of guest of his sister-in-law Mrs. McClellan.Mrs. Erie, Tenn., to look alter her
UMYF April Fool's Day were their son, Jerry, and Glenann Crews spent the fine.Mrs. Worthington Springs and Kafuse. B. F. McCulley .and They came back Sunday
Rock-A-Thon for the carpet .L. P. Kafuse spent last Mrs.D. L. Shaw, of LaCrosse, Mr. and Mrs., Tommy David drove to Pensacola, and April 6.
fund was a great success anda
lot of fun. Of 9 starters 6
were still rocking at the end of
24 hours. Those in the rinish-
Cheryl Boyelte, Doug Jones,
Marlene McWilliams, Lisa
Durban, Josie Capehart and
Mike Muse. Vickie Bowman,
10 hours; Debbie Camp, 18 th
hours; and Denise Durban, 21

hours.Highland Baptist Church- AN'1SSWIFT'S

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. A
Worship Services 11 a.m. and
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 7 p.m.
Northside Baptist Church:
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
Worship Services, 11 a.m. and ,
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 7pm.SCHOOL .

The Lawtey PTA will meet SAVE
Tuesday, April 15,at 7 s W
:... at the school cafeteria. All as 13mP
parents and friends are In- e,
vited to attend.A fashion show pro ra'
and cake auction will be the Quantity Rights
featured part of the program.The ,rwr \ wtnn.. Reserved
Bradford County WINN DIXIE STORES INC. [
Spelling Bee will be held on + PORTIONHAMS COPYRIGHT-19>3
April 11 in Starke. Lawtey
Elementary held the school : .
competition on Tuesday and J
the winner, 1st runner-up and .
2nd runner-up will represent "" .....
the school on Friday.PERSONALS. sZ*, > *.,-.*, N R.

Butt Portion LB.89c 7:9 V LD
Mrs. Harry Wjlkerson and .
her niece, Mrs. Darlene .
Norman and sons spent PRICES GOOD THURS. APRIL 10 Whole Ham LB. 85e : ry
Wednesday with her aunt, .
While Mrs. Edna there Harvey they visited, of Seville.her THRU WED. APRIL 16 Center Roast LB. $1"] LB. eEEf PEOPi

Uncle Earl Harvey in the
Hospital at Deland.
Mr.and Mrs.Tommy Talley W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
spent the Easter weekend BONELESS CHUCK
with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Tye. Mrs. Talley
stayed afternoon.over until. Wednesday POT CHUCK CRISCO

Wayne Gustafson, of Green
Cove Springs, and Miss
Sandra Dobbs. were Easter
Sunday' dinner guests of her ROAST ROAST"
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.,
Arlie Dobbs.
Limit 1 of cheic.with $7.5O or more purchase xtl.tlgt',
Miss Elizabeth Terry was a

Strickland guest of her, sister of Gainesville Mrs. C. S., w-D TASTY WC : .

While from Tuesday there she to also Thursday.visited BEEF ITlRDA ASTOR '

with her great-niece, Miss PATTIES STEAK 79 3
Sarah Strickland.Mr. 9 SHORTENING $168

Bennett. and and family Mrs. ,Norman of Bar- 3 "MO.L.. $199 L.. 89c 3 CAN.IB. $128

with bcrville their spent hrother-in-law the weekend and LB. LB. CAN

sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Norman,and family,and Mrs. NI OIY S 'PIT

While Darlene here Norman all of and them sons.attended Slicea Bacon . . 1-LB.: 109 Rib Roast . . L.. $149 ScotTowels '. . ,. 2 'IOLLI s 1 100'I.SN.f

the Bradford County :"S W-D BRAND...(t'-Ll., s..... OR 1O-LB. HANDI-PAK) ASTOR

regret Friends to learn of Mrs.that John she is Tye a USDA CNOICI Spareribs . ., L.. 99c Pure Ground Beef . La. 66 Fruit Cocktail . . 3 as$1: :

County surgical Hospital.patient Gainesville.in Alachua L eg-0-L am b . . L.. $139 USDA Baking OIADI 'A'Hens QUICK MOZIN. .W.D BRAND L0. 59c THRIFTY CornARROW MAID 3 C NS shoo
Friends of Wayne . . . .
Gustafson of Green Cove
Springs sympathize with him
in the death of his father W.D BRAND OLD MILWAUKEE (PLUS DIPOSIT)

from Elmer a Gustafson heart attack,of on Colorado Easter Franks .. . . 12-01-: 69C Aluminum Foil. 2 2".IS"ROLLS $100 BEER


Jenkins Mr. and and son Mrs., of Callahan Johnny Delmonicos. ., . LB.x199 I Instant Coffee . ar. $189 -
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders .
and sons were Sunday dinner :
guests of their parents Mr. N.Y. Strip Steaks LB.x179 Astor Instant Coffee 'JA$149
and Mrs. O. J. Anders.

I ddlaero.Monday to of Sunday Miami with, spent her All. Meat Stew . ,' LB. $129 Grape Jelly . 2 JL a. 79c PEPSI OC.OLA
cousins Mr. and Mrs. Oscar MUSSEIMAN'S
r Carter. Corned Beef Briskets $129WD ,3 '. .
I Mrs. Beulah Norman LB. Apple Sauce . .. ; 88C
returned home from Miami on BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HANOI->AK DIXIE DARLING ...-...
Friday. Her son. Marcus Ground Chuck 99C 20.01. 2 TLS. lIe
Norman spent the weekendwith . LB. Family Bread . 3 LOAVES lop
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs
visited their brother Shep
Roberts, of Providence on DELICIOUS
Sunday afternoon. Friends FLORIDA CHICKEN, BEEF' OR TURKEY
regret to learn that Mr.
Roberts is seriously ill. KRAFTMAYONNAISE
Tommy Godwin of YELLOWTYSON
Gainesville visited his
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Eunice, on V

Monday.Mr.. .and Mrs. James CORN V POT PIES

Townsend and family, and
Miss Linda Boldman of limit. 1 .f ch.ic.with$7.50.r....r.pure h.....cI.elf*.
Powder Springs, Ga., spent
the weekend with Mr. and

Mrs.Major Kenneth James Barfield.Phillips, of DIIF SOUTH
Lake Butler, visited his MAYONNAISE
mother. Mrs. O. J. Phillips 1o89c5
Sunday guest was morning.her grandson.Another Earl 32-oz. a8$ 8-oz. 1

spent Phillips the, of weekend Jacksonville with who her. ';.;.. 78c ,JAR PIES

Mrs. Neta Rosier returned
home Tuesday from Bradford
County Hospital, where she THRIFTY MAIDFruit MINI BI.I SMITH'SApple _

: was Barry a patient Lee from Watts'Friday'Calf. Drinks . . *Z:? 39e Tomatoes . . r LL 39CIpYorida Pie ., . . 1r,79e,: -
which he won at the CaliI THRIFTY MAID .

I i Scramble blue ribbon In at October the Bradford won a Tomatoes : . . 4 ,C N; shoo 1 Oranges r .8. S: 79C, Whipped Topping . 3T. ($1 l
County Fair plus $15. There

were 5.Ribbons' 5 boys and he who was won one of Blue the Dish Detergent .: . 2 BUI- ,. SSe VCrisp 'Lettuce . . LL 19C ce \.ream Sandwich. e V.m09l 1 )

Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Robertson and Mr. and Mrs
C. K. Cowan spent the

weekend with their brother J; rnWDrnrICi3 a 1iJL! ) .L _It


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April 10, 1975 TELEGRAPH Page 13I.

I. -------- -:
i ill.. LEGALS ------ ----------- L GALS.IDr .--------- HAMPTON AREA NEWS Community

11.' will no THE EIGHTH, JUDICIAL 23251, Owner: Valerie A. Best THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- News
: be operating undor the Belated James Mitzel was awardedthe
"longer Birthday Greetingsto
,Ii'.. ;paTe[ of 301-100( Gulf Service BRADFORD COUNTY, ((2)) 2-dpor Volkswagen COUNTY FLORIDA 'Walter Rhoden, who prize for submitting the
after March 31. 1375. selected to describe and
celebrated his March name
FLORIDA. Sedan In color CASE NO. birthday .
I'413752tp'4/10/75 grey advertise this event-"Old DELL CHAPTER O.E.S. pastor. Weekly services begin
24th. his 33rd birthday
11U11't IDT4179225 Tag #72 Fla. 11D- was Jubilee". attractions Dell Chapter 168 will hold its each week with Prayer

,,1V,--------______ Case No. 75-77 3492 Owner: D.A. Focks, 999 In Re: The Petition of RAYMOND Time to be feature are regular meeting Thursday Meeting and Class Meeting

"'if"lN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR S.W. 16th Avenue, Gainesville, H. BREEDLOVE. popcorn, lemonade, ice night, April 10, at 8 p.m. All each Tuesday night. Sunday
'"" BRADFORD In Re-: The Marriage of MARY G. Florida; RECREATIONThe and dessert members are asked to please services will\ begin with
COUNTY, DAVENPORT, Wife, and ((3)) 1968 2-door Ford Galazte NOTICE OF ACTION Hampton Citizens had a cream, hot dogs, attend this important Church School at 10 a.m.
FLORIDA cake walk
IIJ ROBERT W. DAVENPORT, 500 white over green, Louisiana beautiful booth at the Brad- country
meeting. Morning Worship at H
CASE NO. 76Circuit Civil store throw, bottle tip,
,/filiI'( Husband. License 28X-902 ToCharles: Eugene Brock ford County Fair. Some of the ,sponge
things were donated by some field events and a brunswick
i 1M IDI8U56Y117919, Owner Residence Unknown NAACP MEETINGThe
Iw RANDOLPH LANTON and NOTICE OF ACTIONTo Unknown; of the members and others by stew supper. Two local groups of the
regular meeting
PEGGY BARKER LANTON, his will be on hand to entertain
friends of the Senior Citizens.
((4)) 1967 Chevrolet
ill' Station YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the Bradford County Branch of
'vwfe, Plaintiffs music. Volunteers of
with live
ol : Robert W. DavenportYOU Wagon brown and white in above-earned Petitioner, RAY There were hand made items NAACP will be held April 18.
SLADE and LULA SLADE, his cakes, country store items,
and also cakes, cupcakes, and
'>' color Tag 126W-4623, IDTV- MOND H. BREEDLOVE, has All interested citizens and
wife/\ et al., Defendants. and help in all areas are
:fJ;| ARE NOTIFIED that an B57A139734, Owner: Ralph E. filed a petition in the above- cookies. 465 people signed our' members are invited to at
action for Dissolution of Marri- ,Schwulm, Address Unknown; styled Court for the adoption of guest book, representing 27 welcomed. tend.
"'_ age has been filed,.and you are Each interested party is the minor children named in the cities in Florida. One lady Everyone
ToArt: Ramsey & required to serve a copy of your required to file or appear to petition. You are commanded to signed who was from Italy, attend in an old-fashioned CHURCH NEWS r
Shirley B. Prizes will be
Ramsey written defenses, if any to it on show cause before this Court on serve a copy of your written and other states represented costume Greater Bethlehem Freewill
P. O. Box :368 awarded to the student
Waldo Florida 32694 petitioner's attorney, whose the' 14th day of May, 1975 at objections or defenses, if any, were South Carolina, Baptist Church Rev. Jasper
the best
and, name and address if MYRON C. 10:00: a.m. In the County CourtIn on petitioner's attorney MyronC. Alabama, Maine, West from presenting each poster Williams, pastor. Weekly 1i..1: :

W C. Barker & PREVATT, JR., P.O. Box 634, and for Bradford County why Prevatt, Jr., P. O. Box 634, Virginia Massachusetts, Mrs. Ernestine grade. Denmark'sthird services began with Tiny Tots Ij HiIeQ ,
Keystone Heights' Florida said property should not be for- Keystone Heights Florida Maryland, Ohio, Michigan, and Ushers Board NO. 2
; Barker his wife awarded the
7142 Cavallero, 32666 on or before the 4th day feited pursuant to Florida law. 32656,on or before May 5, 1975, Texas, New York, New Jersey grade for best was meeting Monday night, .cf2

Colorado Springs Colo. of May, 1975, and file the ori- WITNESS my hand and seal and file the original with the Indiana, Connecticut, prize representationof Prayer meeting will be held
80911 ginal with the clerk of this court this 1st day of April, 1975. Clerk of this Court either before Washington and Virginia. parents at meeting.and each Tuesday night. Senior
either before service on peti- The Hampton Senior Citizens Marlene Campbell Would like to be of
serve on petitioner's attorney or Choir rehearsal Wednesday you part
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Carla Meece took care of the
tioner's attorney or immediately Dolph E. Reddish thereafter other- thank the National Protein Co. the greatest In all
Immediately ; night. Thursday night Story program
action to partition the the .
in Bradford following thereafter; otherwise a judgmentwill Sheriff of Bradford County wise the relief /sought by the and the City of Hampton for children present during Hour at the church. The the world?
property County, be entered for the relief 4/10 5/1 sponsoring their booth and meeting.
4tchg be will the
petition granted. Ladies Circle meet at
Honda: The N f of the NE y4 of may also all the friends who Refreshments were servedby Would you like to be among
demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS hand and seal of Mrs. James Prince.
Section 23, Twp./ 7 S., Rge. 21 WITNESS hand and the my donated to the booth. The next Mrs. Clara Roberts, Mrs. home ,the happiest people In all
my this 3rd of
tithe Court Junior Choir
day April Friday night
1 E., containing 80 acres M.O.L" -------------- will be Charlene Rodriquez and Mrs. the world?,
seal of this Court on March 13, ... 1975 regular meeting April rehearsal at the Church.
lying and NOTICE
being situate Smith.
1975. ( 18. ''Join the of
happy people
dinners will be sold
Bradford Florida I Saturday
County, has John and Mary Kuhn has
First Church of
GILBERT BROWN the kitchen.
been filed against you and you GILBERTS. BROWN made Application to the Bradford CLERK QFTHE CIRCUIT The Wednesday afternoon FRIENDS A NEIGHBORSA Youth Day will be observe Starke. The "Great Com-
are required to serve a copy of Clerk Circuit Court County Zoning Board for I craft class will meet at 2:30: cook-out was held to mission" of Jesus Christ Is
COURT The Youth will be in charge of
your written defenses, if any, to reclassification of the celebrate the birthdays of D.
property to 4:30 at the
By: Beulah M. Moody By: Beulah M. Moody pm. p.m. services with Church Schoolat the Marching Order of
it on William W. Wilhelmplaintiffs' and Susie
below from RIB to Recreation Center E. McGunnigle
Clerk Hampton First
Deputy Baptist
whose Deputy Clerk 9:30.: Morning service at 11. Church.
attorney, Powell Mr. McGunnigle'sbirthday
4/3 4t 4/24/ and City Hall.
address Is 311' South Missouri BR.Beg. at SE Cor. of W 1/2 of 4/104t 5/1 was the 6th andSusie's Dinner will be served at 12:30. ,You must experience what

Avenue, Clearwater, R. 33516 SW 1 j of At S p.m. services will be Is happening at First Bap-
-------------- of NE 1/4 of SE /4N SCHOOL NEWS was the 8th April.
on or before May 5, 1975, and ADVERTISEMENT- 180.72 W 336.17 to By R/W of j --------------. Hampton Elementary PTA Mr. and Mrs. D. E. rendered by the Women'sHome tist to believe itl 11 l

file the original with the clerk of INVITATION TO BID I Hwy 301 SLY Along R/W 190 E met Monday evening in the McGunnigle have returned to Mission. The speaker

this court either before serviceon Sealed bids will be received by 95.788 to POB. I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF school library with Joe their home in Edmonds, will be Mrs.. Marie Me- We want to share It with
is invitedto
plaintiffs' attorney or Imme- The Board of County Commissioners This change in classification is'I I FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Riddick presiding. Principal Wash. after a visit with Cutchen. Everyone youII! I

dately thereafter otherwise a Bradford County { subject to a public hearing to be I CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- Tom Casey invited any Evelyn Vaughan, who is Mr. hear this great speaker.

default will be entered againstyou Florida at the Commission I held on Tuesday April 29, 1975 I FORD COUNTY.IN parents to visit the school for a McGunnigle's sister, They Mt. Zion AME Church, Rev. Sunday School

for the relief demanded In Meeting Room, Bradford j at 7:30: p.m. in the County Commission PROBATE conference on children's also helped with the booth at Richard Bethel pastor, 9:45a.m.

the complaint or petition. County Courthouse Starke, I room at the Bradford CASE NO. 75106CPIn progress, especially in con the fair for the Hampton Lawtey. Church School will Morning Worship
WITNESS my hand and the I County Court House at which with sent Senior Citizens. begin services Sunday at 10 11:00a.m..
Florida up to 10 a m. E D.T. on reports
seal of} this Court on March 31, May 1, 1975 at which time and I time all persons interested shall I re: The Estate of THOMAS A. recently on individual tests Belated Birthday Greetingsto a.m. Lovefeast service service at 11.. Church Training
1975. place all bids received will be I be heard for or against the pro- I CRAWFORD, deceased. given to all students. Mr. Walter Rhoden, who You invited to attend., 4pm. I.o 6:15 p.m.

publicly opened and read aloud I posal aa specified in the Zoning I II Casey gave information on a celebrated his 33rd birthdayon are Evening Praise
Gilbert S. BrownCet1I. I Code of Bradford County.I TO CREDITORS the 4th March 24.Community. New Bethel Church 7:30p.m.
for furnishing of all materials and NOTICE special history study Leroy Davis pastor. Weekly
of the Court labor and construction: I AH creditors of the estate of 5th and 6th graders are activities with Bible ,
By: Beulah M. Moody BRADFORD COUNTY PUBLIC |John Torode, Chairman I II THOMAS A. CRAWFORD, conducting regarding the daysof began "The Church with a Heart
Deputy Clerk Bradford County Zoning Board I II Class and Prayer Meeting, In the Heart of Starke"
I War.
UBRARY FOR THE BOARDOF deceased are hereby notified the Revolutionary News > combined Wednesday night.
4/3 4t 4/24 COUNTY COMMIS- I LM. Gaines Director and required to file any claims or This is in line with the upcoming After morning service at 11 '
; .
Ben P.
-------------- SIONERS, BRADFORD | Up 4/10 I demands which they may have Bicentennial Pleasant Grove and Mt. a.m. Baptism will be held. Bryant,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COUNTY, FLORIDA STARKE. I-------------- against said estate In the office Celebration. Morlah United Methodist Communion will be given in Pastor
FLORIDA of the Circuit Judge of Bradford Don Roberts a resume '
Parish Rev. Willie the 6:30 service.
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Church : p.m William George
Any bid received after specified IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County, Florida in the court- of the spring festival plannedfor Meeting Greater Allen AME
Stitt Prayer Chapel
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR pastor. Mm. of Music
BRADFORD COUNTY, time and date will not be EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF house at Starke, Florida, within May 3 at Hampton School. each Wednesday night. Bible Church, Rev. .R. G. Heastie.
considered. four ((4)) calendar months from
CASE NO. ------------- Class each Thursday night. ,
Each bid must be accom- the date of the first publicationof School at 10 a.m., OOOda0elO000000ataOraaaadldaDAT
The Marriage of F, Church ..
certified check cashier's CASE NO. 74-103 this notice. Each claim or NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
..RICHARD WIMPY Petitioner panied by j which terminate services for CARE
check or bid bond in demand must be in writing and REGISTER Communion serviceswill
.and GLORIA JEAN WIMPY the day.
Respondent. amount of at least !% of base CIVIL ACTION must state the place of residenceand FICTITIOUS NAME be held Sunday April 20. CENTER.

bid, as guarantee that bidder if post office address of the Moriah United
awarded contract, will, within SHELLIE H. GERLE a/k/a claimant and must be sworn to Pursuant to Section 865-09 Methodist Mt. Church serviceswill FROM ARM BABIESTO

NOTICE OF SUIT ten consecutive calendar days Shellie A. Hall. Plaintiff, vs. JOE by the claimant his agent, or his Florida Statutes, notice is here- be concluded Sunday with SCHOOL AGEj ft
TOGLORIA: JEAN WIMPY MORRIS NAPIER et al. given that the undersigned
c/o Paul E. Justice after written notice being given attorney, or it will become void Church School at 10 a.m.Some .
Brown and Herbert CARE-
Defendant Carolyn CONSTANT
of such award, enter into written according to law.
Route 2, Box 150-E Route 2, Box 142E .
'contract with The Board ofr April 7, 1975.

H* Gryndy_Virginia 24614 tv ". _County CBmrolsBioners,,.Bradr'..'......"", NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY MM Am ***_ .... n/r MTJV or"JMELLE Starke, Bradford\' County, 2 BALANCED,SNACKS.. ,..., ..us
*** of: : a: I Florida 32091, doing business '' ,.. ., .
4:30 P.M.
NOTIFIED ford County, Florida in accord ;* H. CRAWFORD fi t .NOW OPEN 7OO ;
YOU ARE HEREBY under the firm name of "MORN- n .e
with accepted bid and give conytract "* Administratrix of the Es-
that an action for dissolution of performance and payment To: Defendants, Joe Morris tate of Thomas A. Crawford ING SUN HEALTH FOODS", REASONABLE RATES

marriage has been fried againstyou bond with bonding Napier et al, and to all others deceased 865 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, TO SOLVE
and you are required toserve meeting requirements set forthIn whom it may concern:, 4/104t 5/1 Bradford County Florida, intends '

a copy of your written these specifications, to said YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat to register said fictitious FcRGfT Mf THEIR PROBLEMS f;
defenses if to it on -------------- of JVtCE (
any owner in amount equal to 100() % an action to foreclose the name under the provisions
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor in Bradford aforesaid statute. '
of contract price. following property IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Greater Bethlehem Free \ sWill
Petitioner whose address is County, Florida: Carolyn Brown and Herbert :
No bidder withdraw his .f
114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box Lot 1 and the Southerly 25 Wainwright, owners. Baptist Church /
bid for period of 30 days after
995, Starke, Florida 32091, and for thereof. feet of Lot 2, Block 3,' Temple's CIRCUIT Dated this 7th day of April, A. say that steel temperedin ,964-5136 Ji. 1/
file the original with the Clerk of All set work opening shall be done in Addition to the Town of Starke, FORD COUNTY. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. forget-me-not juice will be- 1101 CHESTNUT ST, AT ASH ST, 'OR

the above-styled Court on or Florida in the NW% of NEJ4 of IN PROBATE 4/10 4tp 5/1 come to strong it can cut FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8366
accord with
before 1975 otherwise plans, specificationsand CASE NO. 75107CPIn tone without being dulled.
April 28 Section 28, Township 6 South
contract documents relative --------------
a Judgment may be entered Range 22 East, SAVE AND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
thereto as prepared by Moore re: The Estate of CHARLIE M.
for the reliefdemanded
against you May and Harrington Architects; EXCEPTING THEREFROM any GASKINS, a/k/a C.M. FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL

in the Petition. Inc., Palatka Florida. Plans, portion thereof lying within the GASKINS deceased. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- 12 OZ. THERMO-TUMBLER ,
WITNESS my hand and the ,specifications and contract right of way of the Seaboard Air FORD COUNTY.IN "
Mai of said Court on the 21st
line Railroad.
documents be examined at PROBATE
day of March, 1975.. Clerk's Office in Bradford has been filed against you and All creditors of the estate of CASE NO. 75-107-CP

County Courthouse, Starke, you are required to serve a copy CHARLIE M. GASKINS a/k/a FREE '

Gilbert S. Brown Florida or at office of architectat of your written defenses, if any C.M. GASKINS deceased, are In re: The Estate of CHARUE M. -

As Clerk of said Court 108 N. Palm Avenue Palatka to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, hereby notified and required to GASKINS a/k/a C. M. GAS-
By: Beulah M. Moody and address Is
whose name
Florida 32077.: KINS deceased.
T file any claims or demands

3/27; 4tchg 4/17 Deputy Clerk Two sets of plans and contract George HARDY,H.P. Pierce A. P. O.PIERCE Drawer& which they may have against PROBATETO with the purchase of a 9 piece or more
documents! and forms for said estate In the office of the NOTICE OF
bidding may be secured by 1030, Starke\ Florida, :32091 Circuit Judge of Bradford ALL PERSONS INTER- chicken dinner
-------------- family package
with the
file the
general contractors only from and original County, Florida in the court- ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ,

office of architect, by depositing derk of the above styled court house at Starke\ Florida within SAID DECEDENT:

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO therewith $50.00. Deposit from on or before May 19 1975: four ((4) calendar months from You are hereby notified that a f

REGISTER FICTITIOUS general contractors will be otherwise a Judgment may be the date of the first publication written instrument purporting to

NAME refunded upon submission of entered against you for the relief of this notice. Each claim or be the Last Will and Testament _, \

bona fide bid and return of said demanded In the complaint or demand must be in writing and of said decedent has been ;; :: :; p .

Pursuant to Section 86S09 plans and contract documents. petition. must state the place of residenceand admitted to probate in this

Florida Statutes, notice Is In good condition within ten WITNESS my hand and the poet office address of the court. You are hereby com-

hereby given that the under days after date set for openingof seal of said Court on April 3, claimant and must be sworn to manded within four ((4)) calendar

signed. GERALDINE WALLACEand bids. If general contractors 1975. by the claimant his agent, or Ns months from the date of the first

MILDRED WOODBURN. desire more than two sets of attorney or it wM become .void publication of this notice to
doing business under the firm plans and specifications these Gilbert S. Brown according to law. appear in this Court and show

name of GEM JEWELRY 109 may be obtained by paying cost As Clerk of said Court April 7th, 1975. cause if any you can, why the

East Can Street, Starke\ Brad- of duplication, which will not be By: Donna M. Branson action of this Court in admittingsaid

ford County. Florida. 32091 intends refundable. Deputy Clerk JIMMY GASKJNS Will to probate should not

to register said fictitious Subcontractors and material 1t 4/10 Executor of the Estate of stand unrevoked.

name under the provisions of the suppliers may purchase drawings Charlie M. Geskks, a/k/a
'aforesaid Statute. and specifications from C. M. Gaskln,deceased: R.A. Green
Dated this 20th day of March. architect by paying cost of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 4/10 4tchg 5/1 CIRCUIT JUDGE

A.p..1975. at Starke Bradford duplication and handling at'rate THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 4/10 4tJ5/1 __
County, Florida. for CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR -- -------
of 1.00 per sheet drawings --------------
and $'0.00 per set for specifica BRADFORD COUNTY. NOTICE OF

/!/ MILDRED WOODBURN Bidders' qualifications must FLORIDA. EIGHTH JUDICIAL Notice is hereby given that I,

'3/28 4tchg 4/17 be satisfactory to The Board of IN RE: The Marriage of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- Dolph E. Reddish as sheriff of
k County Commissioners, Bradford FRANCES CAROL MARKS FORD COUNTY. Bradford County, Florida, under
-------------- County Rorida. Owner KENNEY, Petitioner, and CASE NO. 7579CCIn and by virtue of Writ of Execution

reserves right to waive informalities RICHARD LeROY KENNEY, Re- to-wit: KEEPS DRINKS HOT OR COLD!

I LEGAL NOTICE in any bid and to accept any spondent. re: Estate of PEARUE STARLING Execution issued out of S Richly designed ln'hreevibrant decorator colors' -
INVITATION TO BID to be from deceased. County Court of Bradford,
bid consider ,
NOTICE OF SUIT to mix or match- Bittersweet, Avacodo, Gold. ...-'
lowest responsible bidder end to County Florida pursuant to a
I' Sealed bids and/or quotations reject any and all bids. To.:Richard leRoy Kenney NoTICE TO CREDITORS Final Judgement for Raiford TOP RACK DISHWASHER SAFE. Non-stick surface

Ml be received in the office of Muskagon, Mchlgan All creditors of the estate of Tetstone d/b/a Bogie's wipes or rinses clean in a Jiffy. Stain resistant. .'ry

he Administrator, Bradfordounty 'THE BOARD OF ,, COUNTY PEARUE STARLING, deceased Plumbing of Stark\ Florida, and Highly break resistant

: Hospital 922 East Call COMMISSIONERS BRAD- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthatanactionfordlseolutlonof are hereby notified and required against' Mildred Copeland, r everywhere year-roundindoors and outdoorsIn -

Street, P. O. Box 1060 Starke. FORD COUNTY, FLORIDABy to file any claims or demand defendant ,in the amount of rec. room or kitchen, pstlo, camping, picnics?

odds 32091 until BOO: p.m.. : D. L. "Dave",Shuford, marriage has been flied against 'which\ they may have against $125.00 together with costs of skiing fishing or boating. (Will float until retrieved.)

May 15 1975 for furnishing thefollowing Chairman you and you are required to said estate In the office of the cdectton.

SUPPLIES and/or 4/103t 4/24 serve a copy of your written circuit judge of Bradford Have seized and have In my GET THIS MATCHING THERMOPITCHER.Details .

SERVICES, f.o.b. the Bradford .BBB------------" defense, If any, to it on County. Florida, In the court, possession the following are at your nearby

Hospital: Bread & Rolls NOTICE OF SEIZURE RICHARD E. WELTY. Attorneyfor house et Starke, Florid. within described personal property, town WISHBONE Fried Chicken

feg*. Fuel 01 Laundry & linen, AND NOTICETO Petitioner, whose addrs** i Ie .four calendar month from the :

MHk & Ice Cream. Oxygen & SHOW CAUSETo 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box date of the first publication of 1967 Ford 4-door. ID No Restaurant.

taesthesia Gas, Pharmacy & 996, Start. Florid, 32091, and this notice.' Each claim or 7H31C182737 .
drug*, Respiratory Therapy hvlurance. OWNERS UENHOLDERSAND file the original with th Clerk of demand must be In writing and As the property of the above THEY STACK I

: INTERESTED PAR the above-styled Court on or must Mat the place of residance named defendant and that on They fit togetherfor

Estimated needs or amounts ALL before May 12, 1975, otherwisea and post office address of the Monday, the 6th day of May neat, compact ..

br* available upon request from DES ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Judgment may be entered claimant and) must be sworn to 1975 at twelve o'clock Noon on storage. ,,

be office of the Administrator. YOU the Sheriff of Bradford against you for the relief by the claimant, his agent, or his said day on the premise of the

fit Bradford County Hospital hat will apply to Th Honor- demanded In the Petition\ : attorney, or It will become void I Bradford County Jell. I will offer COLLECT YOUR, SET NOW '
Corporation reserve the right to, County S.. Senders County WITNESS my hand and the according to law. for sale. and sell to the highest l 0 '.,

V eject any end at bid and/or able Court Bile Judge on the 14th day of ..a) of said Court on the 7th day This 7th day.of April A.D. bidder for cash in hand the I Offer good M all participating rwMurants.,.

to waive any minortechnicality of April\ 1975. above described of said
quotation* or 1975 at 10:00:: ..m. in the 1975. property
or Informality in the May.Bradford County Courthouse at ilefemlaiit to satisfy the afore- Wishbone Fried Chicken
lids received. GILBERT BROWN said 1McuIIan.
or quotations
for an Order of V Jennings Starling ,
.. Stark*. CLERK OF SAID COURT Co-Administrator .. -, ,
to the following '
BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL Forfeiture ss By: Donna M. Branson Mania Staring Ddph E.. Reddish; Sheriff
CORPORATION iropertias: Deputy dark Bradford Florida 236 S. Temple Ave. Starke 964-5858 '
((1)) 196S 2door.IoJka'Mgon; ., Co-Administrator County .
4/10214/17 Sedan, red In color, ;,4/10 4t &/1 410411 4/10.4t 5I /)
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TELEGRAPH April '0, "75 ; .

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.'By Jeannette BRIEF Prescott fir n.rp 87h/1A81t/uHt'tlit: _t ., I .


school is attempting to ,.__- unnn I
begin a volunteer program of : ",1,
adults who wouldbe BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete j JIMMY MOORE'S' I INSURANCE <
FOR R NT' Mobile l .
able to spend an hour or 12 gal. Industrial vacuum. sharpening service, circular subdivision % acre lots $35 30 acres with good timber, '. : Sun AT REDUCED'RATES
two a couple of days each PFAFF end Dial and Sew hand, carbide, chain. Mower mo.,3 miles from city limits at paved road front. 4 miles N. of .
week to help individual students machines. All blades hollow ground and Intersection of Hwy 16 and' Starke terms.Commerdal I I BALES 4 SERVICE J MOREBOATFOR AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
with basic skills in read- half priced. 964-7604 Itp new balanced. Cal 964-7509 or Morgan\ Ro d. Ph. 9645606.tfchg Fine selection of Used Cars :' YOUR MONEY TF $?OYLE E. CONNER

ing and math. Anyone Inter- leave at Jackson Building < building, block construction Taken On Cadillac Trades ', INSURANCE AGENCY
------- ( ,
-- -
to call the Supply, Starke or Keystone .. ,2001N.W.I3th 378-5301 STARKE PH 004-9701
ested is requested ,,----------- 2,400 aq. ft. 1 acre > I 1 j
school office. There will be a Heights. tfchg. land, 3 miles from Starke; GAINESViLLE. LOW HATS MOBILE HOME
FOR SALE: 5 acres or one acre COMPLETE OUTBOARD a "'
at ---- I 'TCHCW /
meeting today (Thursday; ) -------- I I
2:30: p.m. for those who have tracts at Underwood 301.Motel, ir 40R'RENT= 12' wide 'l&b;r& 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber STERN DRIVE SERVICE
of Starke on Itp '
already volunteered. North 'MOBILE"HOME MOVING'' Also -homes outside city IImlta".I.tt: Terms. I AND REPAIR -
mobile home tjutricanff-an- .White. Ph 9 4.611jJ. ,'tfChg. Ceramic( Tile COMPLETE FIBERGLASS. j

MINI-OLYMPICS FOR SALE:: Collard plants at choring and mobile home roof ------------ 176 acres Brooker area. Some Vinyl Tile t'.1UPA .til Drillingl)

The second annual Mini- Mrs. B.J. Kellev's farm at coating. Olin's MOBILE Home FOR RENT: Furnished apt. week planted pines. FREE ESTIMATES CUSTOM FIBER j

Olympics games between New River. Ph..4486-11Ci9itp Service. 964-5606, Rt.,100 W. or month.Underwood Motel, 984-7515 GLASS'FISHING' BOATS. .
Brooker and Hampton were -----------_ Starker Fla:tfchg .' north of Starke. on 301. 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Mies W..T. Laney Tile G. 2" thru 6"'. : j

held Friday, March 28. Two .. _. from Starke. Home sites only. 1
.t- :- -:- Completely 1tp ; 4tp Starllo'o.. ,I
boys and two girls from each FOR SALE: Beautiful German furnished. Fast Rotary"Drilling I
---- I '
grade in each school com- Shepard puppies, champion -- 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, 2 sSAYEsFRED : I

peted to win the gold, silver, blood line $25. Elizabeth SLADE THE CABINET MAKER: FOR SALE: Cash registerpaper N.W. of StarkeTerms.. '. I Equipment /

and bronze medals.Contestants Warm 2 miles E. Lake Butler Specializing In bathroom most sizes In stoch. "''n__ : 'State' Licensed
competed in on State Road 121. 1tp vanities bars kitchen Call in to see If we have your George Roberts Real Estate Wi'now" haveti futtttme appli @ i
------------ cabinets. (fAll formica size 964-7826 9646593 all i
three eventsthe javelin or come in and Just once repalrma /" ypur CMC TRUCKS 'pump.'r'
lamenated | |
cabinets) 376-
wrestling, and running broad FOR SALE: Antiques, China, 9625. 4/3 2tp 4/10 ,browse at The Office Shop. tf repair needs.. .. d dGllBadcoilia' BUICK '- '
jump. Other students competed Crystal, Pottery,Andirons and :'A LITTLE RIDE *
f : in relay races for the Furniture Items. 633 Mc- ; 1 SAVE YOU A LL T'TF'' j New, & Used'SalesPartsSerylce.

intermediate grades. Mahon, Phone 9646279. M4-S2B9 GREEN SPRINQSrAluminium ,
'. COyE ..
medal The following winners students: Kindergarten were- Itchg._ HOUSES FOR SALE t
-- --------- HELP WANTED ::1 'I.
Jim Jenkins, bronze; t 'E'Z TermsPlumbing .
John Foster,'gold. FOR SALE: Do It yourself 12 by ; : f. I,

First Grade Paula Green, 12 inch tile.-with stick: on beck I '. '
gold; Julie Dorminey, silver; now at Dahmar'a Discount. FOR SALE: 12 x 55 mobile home COUNTRY"CARicE ; 'I Siding

Ricky Nipper, gold; Stacy 2/27 26tchg 8/25 HAVING MONEY PROBLEMS? $600. Needs .repairs. 964- trwillt ,
Parrish silver. ------------ Have part time Times-Union 5760. 1tp 0 arREALTY Spring Specials Aluminum New Installation
Charlotte paper routes opening In this
Second grade ----------
Sheri FOR SALE:: 6x9 Linoleum $3.96, area. Need good transportation :
Douglas gold; Nipper, .Remodeling
N silver; William Foster, gold; 9x12 linoleum $8.96. Also and be able to post cash FOR SALE:: 12 x 60 mobile Tune-Ups: cylinder Soff.tRemodeling '
L Keith Starling, silver. 12x12 and 12x15 In stock. bond. Call Carl Hagen )-600- home, 3 bedroom, 1 % bath, 7.50 plus parts 'Repairs', ,

Third grade Carol Russell, Hundreds to choose from at .2709.ex. 4439. 1tp central air & heat. Completely 1J 8 cylinder .I' J
silver Dahmers Discount tfchg. ------*""----, furnished. Call 473-4758. Itp
gold; Denise Keen, ; $10.00 labor plus part
4' ----------- |faurranc.|
Don Green, gold; Doug Green TEMPORARY Policeman's job Disc Brake $38.50.parts

silver. FOR SALE:Diamond needles for open at Lawtey. File applica- FOR SALE:'4 I bedroom, 2 story SERVICE to our business..If we & labor. Extra for' Cement Work

Fourth grade Tiny Hodge, any stereo over 247 different tions at city hall 1-3 p.m. brick home, needs work 323 can assist you In any way with turning disc. : & ,
silver; Penny Jakab, bronze; ones, we have them an. Dah- ,Equal Opportunity Employer. N. Walnut Street, $36,000, your real estate needs..please Brake Jobs I Pump Supply!
Carl Foster, gold; Tony Bass, mer's Discount. tfchg. you finance. Call Gainesville do not hesitate to give us a ring 1 Drum Type..
sso.ooMotors / /
financing.'Availabl'e' I
silver. ------------ ------------ 376-9666.3/13 4tp 4/10 - Company
Fifth grade Jill Hayes WANTED..5 to 20 acres J In overhauled Clutch'"
gold; Mark Crews, silver. FOR SALE: 283 Chevy engine HELP WANTED: Applications Bradford County with a 3 bed Repairs : 1864 N. Temple Ave
Sixth grade Linda Man- completely rebuilt. Installation are now being accepted for FOR SALE: '58 Knox 10 x 40 room homo. Valve Jobs+ I. ... : f1'' .,

ning, bronze; David Sparks, available. Country Garage, the following positions In :Trailer w/awning, washer, 2 - -, Front End Rebuilding "..4...... Starke '1.1'
bronze. 964-7942..1tchg. Homemaker Program: One air conditioners anchors, and LOW DOWN PAYMENT..2: Lawnmowers Get'them I !
------------ Supervisor to work In Brad- straps. $1800.> J.Whalen. 473- homes.. one Inside city limits.. Ready for Summer f 964-7061 -J'

PERSONALSMr. ford County to supervise 2203. 1tp one outside...
and Mrs. Brinkley FOR SALE: 30,000 BTU centralair seven people located In Brad- ------------ -'- -. Leaton (Buddy) A
Tucker and children enter- conditioner. Call 782-3670 ford and Union counties. SWIMMING POOL..large,
after14 Must be able Mathews :
tained guests, with a cookouton p.m. Itp to organize, plan heated with a 2 bedroom home
( ----------- and coordinate activities of mobile home- 12 x 72, 3 '
Those -
Sunday. present BR, 2 bath, all electric fully with a modem kitchen..on HWY. 100W, ,rH.W4.W04,
their grandparents, Mr. the., program and work Charles Greene "
were FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose'Rand carpeted$7,500. Call 964-7129 Road 100.KINGSLEY I
B.L. of Live with professional and -
and Mrs. Bridges, nonprofessional
24.96 - -
gun$56.22 hand guns after 5. Itchg. Morgan'Road
Oak their two aunts Mr. and groups. College
; automatic from LAKE Lake Santa
25 guns ------------ I FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEAR''IN ,
Jimmie Tucker and education helpful. Salary u
Mrs. Dahmers Discount. I Fe..Brooklyn Lake and Gator '
daughter,and Geneva and her tfchg $7200 year. One Coordinator FOR SALE: 12 x 55 mobile Bone Lake..We have attractiveand 964-7942 OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU. 'd jl

husband. Shorty, all of Live --------=-- to work In Union County to home. Needs repair $600. reasonable listings on each 1 3Tp 4/11.4/25 PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME, FROM DUN'S ,
Oak. Their mother, Mrs. coordinate activities of the 9645760. Itp : -- of these lakes.BUILDING *? i 'TF1:,

Laura Tucker and grandchildren FOR SALE: 3 ton air conditioner program at $2.60 hour. One -----------'- - ,L ." I
_.' ; their brother, Mr. and ,cost$775. $400.Type- Clerk/Typist with general LOTS f for your dream ,
Mrs. Marvin Tucker and sons; writer, portable $25. Dinner) office and light bookkeeping FOR SALE: 1973 Mobile home home on Bessent Road and DavidsonMobile "
their uncle, Donnie Turner, all service for 8, $20. Assorted experience to work in Starke 3 bedroom, 2 bath wall to Country Oub Estates.ACREAGE..and I 431.1200 _

of Jacksonville; his sister, appliances, electric fan. $5, at $2.40 hour. Three Homemakers wall carpet. Block and tie _.- Home p rk'j.'j. ENTERPRISE ,
Joann, and her husband of steel filing cabinet 20. for Bradford County downs 1 ft years old, located 'a handsome, '

Mayport. Everyone had lots of Record player end 100 IPs & and two for Union County, to .in Lake Butler. Pay off balanceof .furnished home In our .poet ,..In.Q1mlt.,:' ..AGE ELECTRIC &i' .
'be trained to "' ''''''I
serve people less than one-half original
fun. 100 45s $35. Guitar $,,5. Call farming country.NEWCOMERS..sae,. PLUMBING
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emery of 964-6273 after 4 over 60 unable to take full care cost no equity. Call 01',_ - $30 Per Mo. f ." I

Quincy were visiting their ------- p.m.-- of themselves. Salary $2.25 Nora Bryant, Farmers' Er us for new 1 Ace Road P. O. Box 86

mother, Mrs. Eva Harrell on hour. All positions 40 hours aweek. Dealers Bank 496-2101 'or homes nearly new homes or Walk To New' 1 RAIFORD FLORIDA 32083

Saturday,Apr.5.She returned YARD SALE: Children's cloth- Fringe benefits. Applyto Millard Bryant FSP, 431-1212. even a "Shanty In Old Shanty STORES REWIRED
ing,twin beds,dishes odds & CUBB Economic Shopping y
home with them for a two- Agency or Res. 275-2429. Itchg. Town" home that can fix
week visit. ends. Thurs., Fri., and Sat.. Inc., 136 North Temple ------------ ,yourself. you up 'City Gas, Water a S"w!'!sOn 1 WIRING ALLTYPES MOBILE HOME SERVICE,'

Coy Edwards' sister, Virginia 705 W. Pratt Street. Itp Avenue, Post Office Drawer ''FIRE ALARMS BURGLAR ALARMS ..y >
Lee, of Keystone ------------ 970, Starke Florida 32091. Cecelia T.Terwiltegar 30.1 .South '
Heights, surgery FOR SALE:: Beautiful 7 yr. old, .
TUNITY EMPLOYER 3/27 Reg. Real Estate Broker 208 W. Madison Ave 'Jolu' MoUl : Service Free Estimates
last Wednesday, Apr. 2, in Gelding, Friendly Green) i 24: ..Hi.. -
North Florida Regional Broke 15000. 49627Wttp 2tchg 43WANTED 393 N.Temple Ave. REALTOIJ
office 964-7776 9644910AVONTQTHERESCUE' PAT DICKENS '. OWNER
Hospital Gainesville. Please -------_----, 964-7700
remember her in home 964-5146
your FOR SALE: Reduce safe & fast rWANTED' House and 10 acres $22,500See
prayers. with GoBese Tablets & E-Vap :

"water pills" ANDREWS .j r. i 'J us for aO your Real Estate
n.\SSlnEnADRATES PHARMACY 356 W. needs.LISTINGS No AprilFool's
Madison. Starke. 3/27 6tp FINANCING,
Deadline for Insertion 4/24 I RENTALS-Call Anytime

Tuesday Noon preceding ------""---"" | : Used chest of VERNIE ODOM UNITED REGISTERED FARM AGENCY REAL Caught t Up In A Lev-Om: Save''

Thursday before publication. foR drawers vanities and 964-6476 Your Budget By Selling Our ,
SALE: Case pocket elves beds ESTATE BROKER JokeWe
used refrigerators.. Dahmer's Famous Products: ,Call Lorna I :
:Minimum Charge$:.00
Discount, 964-7923. 3/13 App ea Brown 964-5085 Oyatt 755-0731( q write P. O.
(Covers IS Words) tfchg. '
Stchg 51LOST ..9647956REAL Box 5127, Lake City Fla. 32066..
Each: toordovtr' IS ." ---------- '
10 cents .. .... ------------ I 3 BR, CB Home excellent Jtf Just,,.Don't Believe In Them. .

condition.. 25000. Nice size I .
All Classified Ads must be : lot. : ''If You Rent A Mobile Home Lot t In {'

paid for In advance unless you 1 .1.1I

hone an established account ..... ...... J .AND FOUND'LOST Long ChampHome Bradford Park 'During The.Month: Of April ,
with the Telegraph, in that ant C.9"SO"-j 1 1'

riit 50( cents extra charge and Help Pay ,Your Moving Bill By"'
1 I !
[or billing./ Not responsible forerrors FREE: Three lovable kittens, ESTATE 'Materials ..Vley1I : I II.
7 weeks old. : Man's black billfold. Joe Building ] ,
when given over the :A.J.Thomas;Realtor 1 I. ,
'" Giving You Up To .
phone or when copy Is not 964-6053. 1 Itchg. Grrffis reward. Ph. 9645617. ebq i.r(1. LAWRr1A 421 N.Walnut St.. -WE. BUILDS ,,, ,
I,led| and brought to the office. ------------ Itp le 2 BR 1 I .
new- Brick home with Ts1.9$4.01$2 OR'OURS I II
PLANS ,, ,
------------ "YOUR $70Free
LOSE WEIGHT family room (could be ;
safety & 'fast' 3rd BR) .
with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. dosed Garage in Lawtey.. YOUR LOT OR OURS"FREE I 1 1I'

REDUCE Excess Fluid with priced to sell. West Call Street Property in ESTIMATES' II .

X-Pal. $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/6 Starke RentChUdren'Welcome.'AbsolAely .
15tchg 6/12 ... 3 BR 154 bath furnished double- i REMODELING." REPAIRS.ADDITIONS: I ;. '
t FOR SALE ::1 ------------ wkte MH on 1 acre access to 132 West Cell street available '' : No Outside .

\ .. .. Spring Lake. $13,660. I May 1st.., : I: .' : I II.
WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS - .HOMESOUGHT-SOLD. .!;Pets' .Stop And JQet''All Information l At
STARKE CYCLE CENTER 403E. Very neat 2 BR CB ; "' I. -
home. Cent; 134 West Cal Street 2nd Floor TRADED : I
FOR SALE: Tomato end pepper Cal Street Ph. 964-6020 l heat/air newly painted nice one and two offices or apart- : "
plants. Mrs. W.A. Stem Ph. Many brands of new vacuums.Used Your Authorized HODAKA .j lot quiet neighborhood In f menta. ACREAGE FOR SALE; 1 1 Iradf. ord .t.I."I.lot;) ., I

964-5614. 1tp dealer. tfchg. Starke $19,200 M4-8H1 't
machines available. I Iw.
street '1767N.Temple Starke
------- --_- 138 West Call
---- ------- formerly
Expert Repairs. al. makes. HWY. 301 STARKE .TF''
FOR SALE: Coastal hay $1.25 Parts and Accessories for all (10 toed.X acres. on SR 230E & Wilson occupied: by prominent attorney. I -,-. -, ---. --. --. --. -.'I ., .
- -
bale. Call 964-5801> after 430.: In
Built central '
Itp vacuums. 712N. I FOR RENT ) acres good farm land, with 3 See me for details. We want to .

---------- vacuum cleaning systems BR house and approx.250 cord rent to reliable people. .. .
FOR SALE: Farm tractor John- Main Gainesville 3767110.TF standing pine Lawtey.... 'a: 1ifX S,.,:':4 .' '1- ,,163/Jte"kl' : etk,
Deere. A Model $ ,200. Ph. ___ _._ $892 per acre. .v : -
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964-5606. Itchg. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished m UWTfY Fl.. ( '4LA E HAMPTON ,OAKS" '':
------------ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. house, carpeted air 1 '

FOR SALE: Beat runaway infla- The only requirement formembership condition. No pets. Couples Wi.J 782-38O6 M MULTIPLLISTIPIaa.
tion with your own land. Own Is a DESIRE to only.9646736. Itp .1-ror w" A "r..rea ( I

40 acres. of beautiful rolling stop drinking. Ph. 964-7969, ------------ ''It ) I.wlvailabl. "

grass hide In Montana. Terms: 964-7619 or 9646148.. 1/2 FOR' RENT: New double wide FIRST TIME OFFERED

4210.42 down and guaranteed 13 TP-9/20 ,trailer.bedrooms on 5 acres' ,42tffc' .' \
-----.------ ''Or 250 q'.r' ,' w/rRAstnctid'/ ,. i.'I.I Ih .i.t\;;:
654% financing for the $7.000 1 miles behind Stucke/s. Ph. 11/2 acre lots- 100 ft. lakefront. Realtors and associates. ( .... : ?!'};i il 11
f. : 'JI"i !
balance M $70.14 per month. 9648906 or 9648668. 1tp HAMPTON LAKE selling your property .. !'
1.! sere lota Lake Hampton and 1 to 2 ;:J,; :.
1-406-66&0460. 2 acre
Can 2tp ---:-:---.-:----- Lot of Shade Trees / on ,
4/17 fumiehed' Hurry For First Pick 2. old hound on large lot $7.000 '. ,' .' puUdfoc aitee ta-"Lak*.Hampton Oaka" new' ':';: 'N 1 ;:{
FOR RENTs Nice dean I.'l
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----------- PERSONAL SERVICE 3 bedroom and bath apt. 100 13 To Sell -Terms I.. .i .J''ra I. 4gtjt t'r1' .. f Sa Mitfaig.'T I--yrVVi-| Stark *"-W .j i'J.\

FOR SALE Notebook, .month electricity and hot - ?i Oedroom frame $G\28Q\ < .a'v.VJ5S.. ;.;.:,.... .!."e ftii tvuS'i, ..",,*.,'. .00?i.r. >-A* 'ilWlii'-' "\' ..rjY';;. ,.:.:;" .,'5

Memo pads, envelopes, water Included. Ph. 9648071.Itp Lots Inside or Outside city Our Grand opening will be soon *o r...rv. your' I
markers. adding machine"' ) and 10''%'' Down Bsl.Syr at!9% 2 Bedroom hams: $10,750 lot now before the rush.Drive out this weekend .
cash. reg. paper. The Office - -
--------- --- look .
SEWING MACHINE 1.ake.2 and u$!vs!
Shop. REPAIR & Smal or Large Acreage Crosby! BR 12,200 '
------ scissors sharpened, al makes FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile - t ud V"ftVii,/

BIC PENS. The OfficeShopTlS cleaned oiled.and ed.... home. Ph. 9645261'or 9848Z46. New and Oder Homes Large o'2 BR, .)4Acre,. '$12,500 r ; .'.Lj K'EDW i' ARDS,, III' &ASSOCiATE "
coots rod 25 conts. $7. All work guaranteed. Itp.fWJWNTr r h z t :, : dlu..

James Strickland,, Morgan ---- ,.'. .- -:. -- 3 Bedroom,Cor. Lot, i;$21000, f A ""I i; "9"j G7ENatS: ''if'f .
SALE "Road & SR-16.. f'uriItwd' 'niiUdsyei > .. :; : ... 'lITE9FOKERat, ,} "', ',
FOR Ml -
: fypea of Ph. 968733 >: .,l1I n Jf:1. k iiYit1! '4:." t, 0: ; \ ; '::";'11' verAat. ; .
Colored' Pencil in dock at, "or 782-3188.,,tdlp" ,.' N.'i1l", 'y, t. tc.n.i : : .. R /''IIIhLAMO4VElf.: : I 4 -'. J ,"t" .'M'" I i.. 1

Tl Office Shop. Color- -:'-:.-:."" -.=!- 'f !-. .....1IundIIY.tnIaIqt.Jl1UI"t;: ,; '&J' ''fi8tolw.\oo, ', ''r.t
brlte Non-Face. 10 eont. ; N. Water St. A sfceacreag
SOIL. FILL DIRT: 6 daysweek 0 118411484--0 ;
acfi., Thick lead opaque ------------
cotorama 30 cents cacti, dew work and dree-. RALPH BRYAN. : FRED SACKEIT-REALTOR 475.2e36 ,k
fee work. Cs ....,813. Star FOR RENT: One bedroom furnished .
and alto colored Associate I 208 N. Temple IUS-301))
Mongol ,
Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN No chldrsn.: ; l lewraJlr'
pentllt,, 11 cent each. Stop SMITH LANDfILL. tfchg- 96...'51...Itp" ** ** ,'* II .n? 'A; '', .. .t J.'" '. ;

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