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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 17, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I Policeman Suspended For ConductPolice ONE ASSISTANT; ELIMINATED/ A iiAdministrative ;

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Chief Jimmy Bowen citizen under similar circum one in the matter, a necessary
was questioned by reportersat stances. prerequisite to legal action in
the case of misdemeanors. He
Tuesday night's council Positions
meeting concerning the hand- Bowen defended his hand- said that he could not bring

ling of a "departmental violation" ling of the matter as a charges without a complaint .
involving conduct of a "departmental violation," being filed unless he was an ">- ,' .
in eye witness to the incident -I
police officer. resulting suspension of the
officer for 30 days without pay himself.
for "conduct unbecoming a Bowen's position was
police officer" backed by City Attorney School Board
Under discussion was whe- George Pierce, and Mayor- Okayed By

ther or not the officer, unofficially The officer's companion Commissioner Charles ,
reported to have been Schaefer.
during the incident, an unpaid ,
drinking off duty, and to have "Departmental action has '
discharged a firearm near auxiliary resigned. policeman, been taken, and there will be STAUKE Over objectionsby positions recommended by salary no matter where he is tion was not recommended by tor kichard J ockel of Business
The Apartments on Highway no further action unless two individual board.1'' Supt. Jim Temple for the 1975- placed Temple explained Supl. Temple for next year. Manager Eddie Douglas. Kil
16 West, had been treated the Bowen said that no com charges are filed," Schaefer members in several In- 76 term were approved Clark had assigned extra ad- Only other change by the patrick's$19,700 salary should
same as would a private plaint had been made by any said.ffdJottmOIrirrl stances, all 18 administrative Monday night by the Bradford ministrative duties. Temple board was the title of Deputy be placed more in line with ''
School Board. recommended that Anderson, Superintendent W. L. Kil- Douglas and Jockel, Mrs.
--.-..... .-.----..-.----.------------- Board Mpmhpr Arthur who also holds. tenure _fia._ _an 00 patrick Ills new title in _Hir..._.,,. !Kiu>n01er suggested. but no !
Gaskins wanted to eliminatethe administrator, teach two tor of general services on a action was taken on'that.
u t"r AF. r' ,e. d c cI third administrative post hours per day. motion by Mrs. Spengler
at both Bradford High School The only administration which passed unanimously.Mrs. Positions approved Monday i
I and the Bradford-Union Vo- position not reapproved for Spengler explained that night\ ,, include: Kilpatrick, 'II
Tech Center. Gaskins' bid fell the 1975-76 term is the third Kilpatrick's proposed 75-76 director general services;
one vote short of swinging the post at BMS now held by Miss duties place him more on the Jockel, director of I'
BHS change when Board Myrna Lou Rahn. That posi- level Curriculum Coordina- ((8!** Page 7)
i Members Pat Spengler, Art r
Holliday, .and Chairman !
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Rodney Hall voted 3-2 against Ball Field Black OutMost
; Gaskins and Member J. T, Lights I

, ; Parrish to make the change.

{ The vo-tech change was
{first( approved by the board in
another 3-2 vote, Mrs. Of
Spengler swinging over to City Monday NightAnother

Gaskins and Parrish on that
decision. But the board r iIla'or'ommissioner
I blackout Monday Trustees that two men be kepton alone during an emergency"
'changed its mind on the vo-
tech when Supt. Jim Temple night, lasting approximately duly ,at the power plant
pointed out the administratorthe 35 minutes and throwing the ,during the night shill. Charles Schaefer agreed, say
board had in mind cutting, entire city west of Water "We need an operator and 'a' ing the young/ man on duty
( Street in darkness caused the mechaniC there "
C, C. Anderson holds tenure atnight, City "panicked" when the lead
land will have to be paid as an City Council Tuesday nigh' to Clerk Merrill Edwards said. engine went out, slipped and
'''administrator, some $16,000 recommend: to the City Bond "One man can't handle it lell ill his haste to l'orrectlhl'
O'no matter where he is used. trouble! and could have ser-
iousl: hurt hims'Ii.'We've .
Neither: the board or ad- Lake Butler Joins not iI i $7 million
ministration mentioned operation there and it's ton'
s+ moving administrators with big a responsibility,; for one
tenure into slots now held by man" Sihaeler said. 1
annual contract principals, The emergency, occurred '
..
.. who would not have to be paid County Building when a battery of powerful 1
'
'as administrators if the 1.500-vvutt) light bulbs were
position were changed.- turned on at the West Side ballpark

MrsJ Spengler wanted to about It p.m., overloading -
name Hampton Principal PlanLAKE generators at the plant
sand( former Superintendent) Inspection which hul'c, (been running on
C' Tonv Casey< principal of the natural gain: since April 7.
'Capacity: \))!' (he engines on
,:middle school because, shesg'bgllevea
in the
... r MP in,'.the BUTLER Complibeing joint city-county cliesel lad is I.IHHI) KW, but onytyilul'at
......1I.nl'e.l.state:| ) building regu- 'program, t is 1
4-'y >
buttnaf failed "
wen concept; ttSrbecarik.. ''Iti4'txtthtt'11f9wmtlnrdedJanuary ; "1 rpJcxluctinn? :
\,1 with only Mrs. Spengler'favoring lations lleetive 10w,' ...;iI.riSl'lumllillII; : \ ) ); (/ KW
1, 1973 was assured 'the rate schedule adopted. by each Kdwurds; Miicl. "II Ihev
the
Register
;; move. for Lake Butler when the the county commission which
stated during the long meetinghe city had been operating on cliowi.they r
closed classroom council agreed Wednesday, calls lor a minimum charge probaol.v' Mould not have
concept prefers but a can work in an April 9, to enter into an interlor building permits of $-15 lor gone out," he uddc'(1.
governmental agreement with buildings ol 1,500 square I feet '
Council will ask the Uonda
open! concept, such as the Union Count to handle the or less. For buildings of more 'I'' ,....clm.u, lo'uldmtnlhermvt! .
middle scnooi nas been, II u
Mayor Elmer Wallace takesa proud look at Raiford's new municipal building and fire house teachers prefer. administrative details on the than 1,500( square I eel an addi- mechanic, lo the night shill
accepted by the town council as complete yesterday afternoon. A few finishing touches are yet The board did change the issuance of building permitsand tional charge will of be$4 charged. ill the plant but to try und do
m- to be made before the building Is dedicated at a special ceremony, complete with a feast duties of "extra" administrator to provide the required) square Ice) it by shilling present person-
Saturday afternoon, April 17, beginning at 5 p.m. The building is located about SO feet behind Connie Clark and of Vo- building inspections.The $13 mobile Mill home be charged. lor a Iu'h and not milling lo ,he( pay
i- < '""" '1. the former location of the old railroad depot building, which was donated to Raiford last Tech Center Assistant county commission on permit.Compensation roll. ,
& i September by Seaboard Coastline railroad officials. Final payment on the building was made Director C. C, Anderson. Tuesday, April 8, appointedSam for the build- Councilman Harold F.pps:
.! .- <-,- 1t"Mp yesterday to Contractor Richard Pernini of Lake Butler, without the necessity of borrowing Clark will be a guidance Wilson of Lake Butler as ing inspectorill be ut the reported that troubles had hit
=. 'rL.-, ;3zz funds for its construction.That's reason enough for the proud look on the Mayor's face. counselor at the middle school the county building inspectorand rate of $10 per" inseclion und the Fire! I Department jxrsonnel. -
'! : J :!1.:!! one-half time and teach the adopted rate schedulesfor will be paid Irom lees !. resulting in having lo
f'-0;: '. other half. Anderson will the issuance of building collected on the issuance ol employ two additional firemen -
=i"r ,14w it. teach three hours per day next permits. building permits. rather I than leave t the city I
To Cash year in addition to his administrative 1'laus for the construction: ol without udcqunlc( fire protec:
Raiford John Shaw
Mayor was
DEDICATIONOf Figures Pay duties. a dog pound ut t I the motor tion.
authorized by the council to Kpps; said that Iwo firemenare
Raiford's New Supl. Temple had recom- vehicle I inspection station are
the details of the
City Hall mended to the school board work out In a state ol limbo with no visible in the hospital at present--
and that Clark be a half-time BMS agreement to facilitate future) action taking place up to Jimmy lilalock. who has sul
Fire DepartmentSat. For New Municipal Building guidance counselor and building. construction within the present time Councilwoman Il'I'ed'u serious heart attack
the city limits of Lake Butler. I'
coordinate, county-wide, Sharon Minsheu, who und Kenneth Chilly who was
., Feb. 19 occupational specialists, Shaw, along with commissioners heads the committee on the hospitalized for unknown ;
Blue Grass Music RAIFORD ,-, After hearingthe Final payment of $1,800 plus the building, $9,000, when the guidance, and placement and Gerald Griffis and canine project, reportedly Is causes. Kpps said that Fire
Free Blood Tests financial report of Town addendums to the contract contract was awarded four testing. Since Clark will draw Paul Riherd, served as a com- receiving: \ery little cooper- C'hief Harold Glasgow will
Clerk Kathryn Alvarez Mon- amounting to $425.64 was months ago, but by keeping a his $16,500 (approximate) mittee to bring the plan into Sec Page 7)) (See Puge 16))
Serving from 5 p.m. day night, April 14, the town approved by the council, con- close eye on the town's !
Barbecue Beef council and Mayor Elmer tingent upon the receipt of the finances during the construction
Chicken Pilau Wallace spent a busy few certificate of final I inspection period, the council :
Smoked Mullet minutes with their computer Wednesday from building decided Monday night that Union County Fire Plan Set To Go :1
pencils and iggcred out a wayto inspector Edward Carter borrowed funds would not be
Adults-$1.75 ( pay for their new municipal The council formally accepted necessary, even though the
Children- SO cents building without having to the completed buildingin treasury was almost depleted.
borrow any money at all. a special ceremony held at
All proceeds go for Richard Pernini, contractor the new town municipal build- complete Deciding that without no building a commemorative is With Manpower And Equipment 11

purchase of new Fire rendered his final reporton ing Wednesday afternoon, plaque the coun-
equipment the construction costs 16 at 5:30
Department April : p.m.
cil authorized the issuance of
----- showing a total of $18,425.64 The council had agreed to a purchase order for a 16 by 20 LAKE BUTLER In a close without hesitation made the tunulely the work was done by plished because of the mileage
BAND CONCERT expended on the building. borrow one-half the costs of inch bronze memorial for the 3-2 vote Tuesday night, April motion for acceptance. After a (the Lake City firemen und handicap t
Friday. April 18, 8p.m. building. The names of the 15, county commissioners period of silence with no Lake Butler's trucksho Providence about 12 miles
BHS Auditorium clerk, councilmen and finally agreed to fund the purchase second to the motion forthcoming were culled to the scene It Irom Luke Butler, 20 from
Adults-$1.00 Set Saturday By Town Fireman the mayor city attorney are to be of $23,473 worth of Chairman Woodmg- was a pitiful sight lor our Kailord and 10 from Worlh-
Students-SO cents inscribed on the plaque. It's equipment and a communications ton had to vacate his chair in volunteers to show up at a fire ington.
----- cost will be $280 and delivery system for the Union order to provide the second. without the equipment) to lightit Proponents responded by
SPRING FROLICS Dedication Ceremony And Feast expected in about six weeks.In County Fire Department With the question on the with." saying that this was only the +.,
DANCE other matters at Mon- (UCFD). floor the discussion continued. Last month a Hash fire at beginning of a county wide
.'' Frl., April t p.m. KAIFOKD Losing no time feast of barbecued beef and day's meeting, the council: Following a lengthy discus- About 20 residents of the Pro- Smith's fertilizer plant caused fire protection plan and that
ArmoryHOMEMAKERS' after the Town Council's final smoked or fried mullet with -Awarded a bid to Elbert sion at Tuesday nights special vidence community, includingnine damages of about $6,000 and future growth would provide
acceptance of Raiford's new all the trimmings for a chargeof Thornton for garbage and meeting of the commissioners members of the volun- the complete loss of a lertih- ample protection for all areasof
municipal building and fire $1.25 for adults and 50 cents trash pick-up for $259 at which opponents and pro teers from that section, were zer truck, in addition to Injuries the county.
FASHION SHOWAgriculture station Wednesday afternoon for children, and no charge for month beginning May 1. Pick per ponents spoke out for and on hand to support their to Smith's son Dale "I'm for the fire protection,
,. Bldg. April 16 at 5:30: p.m., a dedication Cokes., ups are to be made each Wed- against the measure it finally cause with UCFD PresidentJoe who sullered first and second but if we spend all this money
Thurs., April 24,12 noon ceremony and feast was The proceeds of the fund .nesday and Saturday. Other boiled down to the fact that Schretzmann and Fire degree burns of the face, arms lor Providence, won't we be
I Sandwich Lunch scheduled for Saturday afternoon drive will be used for the purchase bids received were: Earnest most everybody present was Chief Ron Prokop leading the and hands. called on later to do the same
Public Invited April 19, beginning at 5 of needed euqipmentand Addison, $300; Donald for fire protection, but against way.Former Opponents of the measure thing for Worthington and
----- supplies for the volunteerfire Alvarez, $271; and W.C, paying for it. board Chairman were concerned because of the Kailord?" commissioner Paul
r CONFEDERATEMEMORIAL p.m.Guest speaker for the dedication department who will be Barnes, $270.Awarded. WhenChairmanD.E. (Skip) Felton Smith said 'Only last location of the equipment at Riherd asked.
SERVICE ceremonies will be headquartered in the new a bid on the installation Woodington called for the month 1 could have very Providence in the western It was pointed out that both
Sun., April 20, 4 p.m. Slate Representative George building. of a water at motion to accept and award easily have lost thousands of most part of Union County, of those municipalities are
Crosby Lake Cemeteryby Grosse of Jacksonville\ Music for the occasion will the new municipal building pump to the low bid Commissioner dollars worth of equipment at claiming the response time incorporated and receive fed
U.D.C. The Raiford Volunteer Fire be furnished by Red Hollings- Archie Clemons, who hails my place had it not been for would be so great that very eral and state revenue sharingSee
Public Invited Department will provide a worth and friends. (See Page 16)). from Providence, quickly and the fire department. Unfor- little good would be accom-: ( Page 7)
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Parent-Youth

,. ;'. 'and OrganizationChicken Activities Pilau Supper Camp Blanding: Not Available For ,Housing State Prisoners 1

." Sat., May 3,5-8 p.m., .& '-' -
Pratt St. Ball Field Indications from Blanding is available for the movement in the State Legislature "No one from HRS has con used for military purposes." present. National Guard 'n I Reception Center where 1,400
------ Tallahassee that Camp Bland- housing of prisoners." to separate the two.rIn tacted anyone in the Military needs. inmates are now being held-
: GARAGE SALESt Ing is being eyed as a possible McMillan's statement his statement, Keller said Department about this McMillan pointed out that He also pointed out the difficulties about twice the number. of its
Marks Parish temporary housing facility for following a suggestion by O.J. he had never visited Blanding matter," Gen. McMillan more than 10,000 National of maintaining security designed capacity.
Hall the state's excess prison population Keller, secretary of the Florida "but hopefully there are some added. "If they had they Guardsmen train at Blanding at a prison site with almost Several prison facilities are
1 Sat., May 3, 10-4 met prompt and unqui- Department of Health buildings and land that aren't would have been told that during the summer encamp- two miles of open lake front, being let for bids or:, are
vocal disapproval this week and Rehabilitative Services, 'being used by the military Federal law conveys Camp ment period and individual and'said he would be con already under construction
re C..sq.t: by Florida's Adjutant that he would like to use partof that we could use" Blanding property to the State units use some part of the cerned about the security of1' Keller said, but probablywon't
: General. Henry W McMillan, the Blanding reservation to Armory Board, and explicitly camp almost every weekendin National Guard personnel and be completed' for
; UU tie} (Community St. Augustine.In house prisoners until pressureon The suggestion was forbids use of any part of the' the year. equipment if prisoners were another year or longer. He
ante Hank the state's prison systemlets promptly denied by Gen reservation for anything other There are no excess: bulldIngs -, housed there. said an immediate solution Is
a statement to The Telegraph up.' The controversialHRS McMillan who said There than military purposes. In at the camp,. McMillansaid Keller said the overcrowded necessary to prevent closingthe
Acnvntt. NOw;mwN UpT McMillan, head of has administration of the are no facilities at Camp fact, a reverter clause, pro-' and the few permanent prison situation had become: prisons as Corrections {
.141,_..,yP Florida's Military Depart-- Division 'of Corrections Blanding not now being used vldes that it will revert to the type buildings remaining critical again, and cited the 'Supervisor Louie L.' Wain-'
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_ril CMp.*sn C.rp..a ment, said "No: part of Camp although there is now a strong by the National Guard." Federal government I if noth" there are inadequate even for situation at the Lake Butler ,wright did last fall.

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TELEGRAPH April 17.



Club Members Urged To Participate In Civic Affairs, -



"Federation. Yours. !Mine The following officers were and treasurer, Mrs. J. F fit.of7k

and Ours" was the topic used elected for 1975-76: president, Dorko. .
by Mrs. L. H. Mathis. Jr., Mrs. V.J. Spengler; first vice- New members elected were
District IV director of the president Mrs. J, C, Greene; Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. L.

.K.W.C.. last Wednesday at second vice-president Mrs. S. Sundusadee and Mrs. Marian _.-_ ----_._----------_._------ ------- ---
the monthly luncheon meetingof W. Hamilton; third vice- Howe.
[ the Woman's Club of Plans for the May Breakfastwere Landa Thornton-Robt. J
Starke. president Mrs. Eugene announced for May 3. Marilyn Bollinger
Tanner: fourth vice- The traditional May Pole ,
She staled that "the president Mrs. Johnnie B. theme will be used. Tickets for James Baley III Koistinen Engagement Told I
of leadership
responsibility Thompson ; recording members and their guests
helps a woman to grow. The secretary. Miss Norma be obtained from 17 Mr and Mrs. Vernie
may Wedding May
individual club woman is
Canova corresponding hornton of Starke announce
; Stump's Store or Mrs. George J
necessary to carry on the Mrs. One Wiggins i' I, le engagement and ap-
secretary. Roberts Jr. l lA
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger
projects of F.F.W.C. Citizen 'oaching marriage of their
action in our community is our of Starke announce the lughter, Landa Joje, to
concern as our communitiesare Spring Banquet Held engagement and approaching Dberl John) Koistinen. son of
what we make them. We marriage of their daughter 'r. and Mrs. CLifford

as members should par- For Marilyn Kay of Asheville istinen of Roseville. Mich.
ticipate in community improvement Saturday TeenagersA N.C. to James M. Baley III Hiss Thornton is a 1974

projects." Again small country TV stationwas The dining tables for the son of Judge and Mrs. JamesM. JSox aduate of Bradford High
(he members of the Woman's the theme for the Spring approximately 65 guests were Baley Jr. of Asheville, r hool and is presently
Club ot Starke were encouraged Banquet for teenagers held covered with white cloths and N.C.Miss ; nplcting her freshman \'l'u'r
to "find a project in Saturday night at the centered with colorful Bollinger is a 1968 Arlington Baptist College,
'
of Bradford ,
our community that needs Methodist Fellowship Hall arrangements of yellow and graduate High r'ii : llngton, Texas with a
if
doing and do it. given by the United Methodist orange day-Ii llies. Mrs. Samford School a University 1972 graduate and of is ible major in Bible and ,.

Following the luncheon Women. George Roberts Jr. was in "at $ .sic.
presently teaching ifj
served by Mrs. James Reddish Francey Newland served as charge of decorations. Asheville Buncombe ; t Mr. Koistinen is a 1971 I

chairman Mrs. J. II. TV commentator in a setting Technical Institute.Mr. .
Dul're, Mrs. Robert Brown. of straw wash boards and Presenting a program of is of Sue
Baley a graduate Underhill
Aary
:Mrs. J. .... Dorko. Mrs. T. C. buckets bales of hay and hill-billy music song and Mars Hill College and the :
llazen and Mrs. Charley wagon wheels. Mrs. Newlandand dance were Mr. and Mrs. University of North Carolina.He j graduate Curl Brublti1 high
others the Handy Newland Mr. and 'complimented At
Johns a business meeting was on program is presently a practicing k School Roseville Mich.,
presided over by Mrs. Eugene were dressed in typical hill- Mrs Steve George. Henry attorney with the firm of attended Hob ,/Ions! Bible.
Tanner, president. billy style. Godwin. Drew Reddish Westall and Baley in Two Bridal ShowersMiss Institute, (irwmille.. 5.('.";nul

George !Harper, and,! Mr.. and Asheville.The is presently enrolled nl I
r Mrs. John :bcnmicn. Also on wedding will be an : .t Mary Sue Undl.'rhill.whose Arlington. Baptist College
the was a song and 1;
program in Bible and Music.
event of May 17 in the First marriage to Ronnie majoring
DeWitt C.Jones music group composed Jordan of Baptist Church in Asheville \ Tomlinson will be an event of The weddinM toll In- iiin
Necl. David
Donnie
N.C. + April 20. \saseomplmnentvdat event ol Monday e'\t'fling.
and Jim Hamilton. Vr two showers in the past week .1 um>!9. at H\ p.m. in PlI1lo'IA\1,

Funeral Home of the -------------- ., Miss Underhill was given a Uaplisl Churchwith .a
A highlight evening
I the musical Mr. and Mrs. Victor miscellaneous shower on rccrplion 101111\\! IogI! ''in.. the'
was by the Agape program 15 Argobright and son of April 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the church rducaliomil building.
STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL I member presented and music Cleveland Ohio are guests home of Mrs. Eldon Sapp with All triends und I relatives are
song week of and Mrs. 1 invited t to 11 end.
this Mr. w Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and Mrs. u
group from Milliard Eddie Douglas.Mr. yrf :t- Tullie Norman as'co-
HOSPI1 ML BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS .
hostesses.
ft CRUTCHES Mrs. Drew Reddish was f3f
for the local and Mrs. Amos Sanfordof The refreshment table was
pianist song Astatula were weekend covered with white linen
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176 a
group chairman and Mrs for Henry the Godwinwas dinner. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.. C. Evelyn Sinclair, Tommy Chastain cloth and centered Ith' a doll PORTRAIT
Early cake with a pink rulllcd skirJU
At one end of the table was a
I Repeat Vows At Meth. ChurchMiss crystal punch bowl. SPECIAL


MALDNE will rebate you up to Martha Evelyn Sin- streamers carried two in long her stem hair yellow and bride-elect The hostesses! with presented a corsage I ho,

clair daughter of Mrs. Clyde rosebuds with English ivy andbaby's linens and a piece ol her
Sinclair and the late Clyde W. chosen china. The two
breath.

$10000 i if you buy their famous Sinclair Chastain.Mrs. Thomas and Ill Thomas son of Mr.Carlton Carlton and .Sr.uncle Given. the Thomas in bride marriage wore I Howell!; a by Slade.white her Tomlinson mothers.Underhill Mrs and were Mrs.Mrs.presentedwith Jack Roy r _

Jr. united in corsages.
Chastain. were marracaine with !

marriage Sunday April 6, at mandarin neckline gown, empire Approximated; :iu guests'
32qa mattress. 2:30: p.m. in the First United waist fitted sleeves with were invited to lit I end.
Methodist Church with Rev.
cuffs
poinsettia wrist length
George L. Harper performingthe
and a circular chapel length
nuptials. train all edged in Venice lace. Miss Underhill was honored s
Mrs. L. J. Green organist She wore a heart shaped at a bridal shower on April II r

NOW ... and Mrs. Alicia Steffa soloist diamond necklace and at 7:30:: p.m. al the homo ol
.w presented a program of earrings a gilt of the groom. Mrs. R.A. Underhill with MrsVane .

to .f+ 'LIN nuptial music. She carried a cascade bouquetof \ Ulankenship us co-
The altar was flanked by
orchids .
hostess.An
white phalaenopsis
A two French style bouquets of with rosebuds baby's arrangement of spring t
.1. yellow /iT//ill'/ //
white English stock, white '
breath and stephanotis. Her (lowers centered the refreshment -

'.. &jega; .Jgtt-ftngMP( carnations yellow spider .fingertip, ; length mantillaeil} \ .1 table which was, coveredvHth
and whitest ( 'N'
: .eutLNTfSM 11'WAMb and yellow
r mums neihlollC
.>.wiuI.btbshrt>w as'edgvt'itb; ; ; a.whtle( ;) ; ; ;?;:
T ;. jfjjfy i y yty/ j .* daisies and baby's 'breath'/1' Venice lae'e rnaJCchmii the The hostesses presented the
I' IMPERIAL Centering the altar was an bridatigown.: honoree with a corsage and u1' r tO
arrangement of the same A reception was held in the piece ot her chosen china as umemento
Regal Mattresses From flowers. church Fellowship Hall where ot the occasion. a
:e_ f Gerald M. Williams attended white and yellow potted mums ('lIrsag'SIt're also given to yV
,
109.95 each piece.; ..'. j .. .. *' .a iAV his brother-in-law as lined the steps and foyer !Mrs Jack Underhill und !Mrs.
r _. best man. Ushers were Steve white stock Tomlinson.
.,. Arrangements of Roy
,6' Tilley cousin of the groom with yellow rosebuds baby's Approximately 25: guests
T Michael W. O'Brien and John and were invited to attend.
breath stephanotis were
.- ::r Whelchcl, cousins of the bride placed at points of interest. 8X10natural
... and Marlie Sanderson.Mrs. and Mrs.H. Mrs. Bill Bosier assisted in
Mrs. Charley Darby
,
-.- .. Marlie Sanderson M. Kicharde greeted the serving. color
of honor.
served as matron
at the door.
guests
M
I She wore a floor length gownof The bride's book table was
v r Cynthia Brown
"WSi sky blue interlock knit withV covered with a lloor length .. .of' portrait
neckline and matching cape white lace cloth over white .'
Griffis' i
with ruffled edges. She wore a satin and held an James A.
I II yellow rosebud with baby's .
: of white yellow-
.j. / breath and satin picot ribbon arrangement throated orchids in a silver Wedding May 3, .

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container. Mrs. Steve Tilley '
I I- ... Conf. Mem. Service book. !Miss Cynthia Brown ;hind. Plus
the
kept guest
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James Allen GriffisI, ill ,be'
bride's table and punch
.. The ,
Handling'
united in marriage May ::1 at H\
To Be Held Apr. 20 table were both covered with Charge
r floor length white lace cloths p.m. in the CommunityChurch

.. "*, At Crosby CemeteryThe over white satin. The bride's With a reception ol Keystone following Heights; ul Wlda cho.c ot proofs
ft-, table was centered with a .
---- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ona p..ubl."two( pertam'lyGrouptSt '
tiered cake
annual Memorial three wedding DO..tr.p..p.rlOn'

RECALLS SQUARE M.ilone,, has ni-vi-r olfen-d, 'u'h an opportunity You. ," Iwlt'r. service of commemoratingveterans the Confederate arrangement topped with of a yellow miniature rose James All friends A. Griflis.and relatives are C.nnolb.u..dln.o"lun.U.t ....
COIL .
TORSION h'I"r invited attend. with olh r.dr.rIIringottera'
sonar' H"II.I| matiressi-ftare. unique: hundreds of exclusive, armed services will take placeat buds and iris flanked by silver to
COME EARLY AND BRING THIS AO TO:
s."n..i tyrrr,: oldest roil make ihiml 1 hand Lake candelabra holding lighted
oniof the nation'* mattress iiuimtorsion. up > Crosby Cemetery on --------------
A''=_ m.inuf.ulurrrunit, ..e want In Introduce gnu to assembled unit a"a.lahlp.10d1lY.. Sure" handiTaftmanship Sunday. April 20 at 4 p.m. white tapers and Gem Jewelry. 109 East Call
""rl".h"'I." i ,. is more expensive hut you knew it's Special music for the service arrangements oflhitl' MITCHELL'S
romimi' designed' and huill nichl.' St. Is now under new manage
will be by W. B. yellow rosebuds
Rmr's'' :M.dnmHcu.il! n1lIIr.I. ihibest provided snapdragons ment. See Mildred Woodburnand
mattress madi- To one' the firm holy need for Pollard. Mrs. J. C.
you support you McKinney and J. T. and iris.
-- and the Wallace for the
of
imly nuun-ss us kind in I the world\ Cui. ; Gerry
"-1 soothing
", sleep.NiKhl Speaker for the occasion will Sawyer Mrs. M. W. O'Brian latest and newest styles in fine Drug Store
Suooor... I Our rxduiMinrsmn. mil, is the first really : after night the bent mallreBs m the world be the Rev. Benjamin Bryant, and Mrs. John VVhelchel, jewelry.
Mu'nihr.int' .idtanre In lii-ililinK comfort design' in is a food( investment In your uleepinx ,comfort pastor of the First Baptist cousins 01' the bride, and Mrs
_Tn- llliiriih) I 'in hilt it ri-murv. Think on u. On Regal vou sleep royally. Church. Robert Doughty cut the cake. 127 E. CALL.ST.. .
Rinr service is being Punch served t Irom
The was
__ whaldn'thitnuvmtuy.ti.I : I Your hrnly know a. sponsored by the W. T. Weeks silver punch bowls by Miss Dr. R. E. Dopson STARKE, FLA.Friday. .

AL A' ATTRUStSw chapter. United Daughters of Denise Winkler. Miss Sandra

the Confederacy. The public is Muggins, Mrs. James Mon-
I lh..t _
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cordially invited to attend tuoro and Mrs. Charles ChiropracticPhysician .
Howell. The punch bowls were

No waiting for your rebate check. Byron Bagwell encircled greenery with interspersed a garland with of April'2,5th


we take it off your sales slip! Celebrates 3rd yellow Following and a while wedding pompoms.trip to 964-8018 HOURS 10-6 P.M.

Panama City the couple is

Birthday Apr. 12 residing at Oak Forest No Age Limit
_CLIP THIS COUPON: AND BRING TO YOUR MALONE DEALER apartments in Gainesville. Call St. .
Mr. Chastain is employedby
REBATE SCHEDULE Little Byron Bagwell the Alachua County
celebrated his third birthday
-J) / MAJESTY Saturday afternoon at a party Property Appraisers office.

jega Rebate Coupon TWIN and FULL S20 set given by his parents. Mr. and

VALID ONLY AT MALONE REGAL DEALERS IN FLORIDA QUEEN SIZE $30 set Mrs. Donnie Bagwell at their The Bradford-Union Area
home on S. Cherry street.
Offer vOId afte, May 31. 1975 KING SIZE S40 set
held
in the
The party was
In order ::0 earn this, ebale. this,
coupon must be tilled out completely
by salesman' and customer and signed' by Ine Store manage. EMPERORMAJESTY yard where yellow orange Vocational-Technical Center
and green streamers and
EMPEROR IMPERIAL TWIN and FULL S30 set balloons were strung. The table
TWIN FULL QUEEN KING QUEEN SIZE $40 set cloth on the refreshment table

NAME KING SIZE S50 set and the cake carried out the Radio and Television
"little boy on a motorcycle"theme.
ADDRESS Punch cake and ice
IMPERIALTWIN cream were served.
CITY STATE PHONE and FULL S40 set The 13 little friends were ProgramNow

QUEEN SIZE S50 set given favors of bubble gum.
KING SIZE $100 set candy and popcorn balls.
Among the guests were the Operates For 12 Months

It's A grandparents Mr. and Mrs. ,
Fact
You Can Do Better Don Bagwell and Mrs.


AtcoMKg1t James serving Margaret Richardson Morrison.assisted Mrs.in Day & Night


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Di?' '; Denmark Furniture Co. o Starke Mrs. Eva Feagle of V.A. Approved

Jacksonville and Mrs. B. C. .! .

Pashion Holtzendorg.Play Sr.at attended Lake Wales the Veterans May Earn Half Time Pay, By/Attending .

last Wednesday. also
visited Cypress Gardens They the 4 NightsA, Week Full Pay ,For All Day AttendanceJoe
Singing Tower and Mrs.

434 W. CaM St. Phone 064-5827 Starke, Florida Lillian Jackson In Cocoa a Warren InstructorPage2

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Edward's Altar Societymet scheduled for April 27, 28 and
in the parish hall Tuesday 29 at Atlantic Beach in .CJId yorsJlraw + r
evening, April 8, with Mrs. Jacksonville.The e
Michael Gilhooly presiding. slate of officers Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Harper .4fofOue I
, s Mrs. Robbie Shaller was unanimously approved to attended the invitational r acr NAT STERN8rR"LO.'DI4I11e .
I complimented on the beautiful serve the Altar Society duringthe Softball tournament in i efltT ortt01w I
work she did in preparing the 1973-1976 term are: Mrs. Palatka Sunday. ..hvt.. .. rrM '
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altars for the Easter season. John Samons, president; Mrs. ::::u.'-... ;y-" ,,511 ... "- I
Mrs. Bob Blakewood and Mrs. Richard Coss, vice-president; Mrs. Doris Conway of ...,: ....-- lh .'" I
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Clermont Bizier have altar Mrs. Victor Ashline. Gainesville visited her : .
care during the month of secretary;; and Mrs. Richard brother-in-law and sister, Mr, -.----..... \ I
April. Welty, treasurer. These of- and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin from ......""- ---.-..... -" X.
Information ficers are to be installed on ::: ( r
was given Sunday to Tuesday. .
about the annual convention of May 18 with Mrs. Henry it ,L...wMvMw \
the" St. Augustine Diocesan Stefanelli in charge of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrisonwere ,. \r
Council of Catholic Women arrangements. In Waycross, Ga. over -.tI" ,
Members were encouragedto the weeked visiting her I p' '
distribute tickets lor the v.. > sr4'gk(!! ;, I l
mother f"
Homemakers Club Mrs. R. T, Hipps. A
Spring Frolics Dance to be __ 'o t
held at the National Guard Mrs. Lucie Parnell and ,I
Fashion
Show To Be
Armory on April 18.I !
daughter, Mary Frances, of 1
I Following the meeting Lake City and Mr. and Mr.s F -
April-: 24, Agri. Bldg.The' Father James Cregan In- V. Herlong of Jacksonvillewere ., ,i x ilk ( j,
Abair '
troduced Mrs. Mary
Sunday visitors of Mrs. r 'q
Starke HomemakersClub and Mrs. Bobby Lynch from W. F, Herlong.Mrs. .
Jacksonville's Most Holy
will have a fashion show 1
at Redeemer Parish who spokeon J. H. Fields spent the'
Thursday, April 24, at noon Renewal in
the Building. Charismatic weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Agriculture N. Celebrates85th
Sternberg
the Church.
Robert Tanner in Baldwin.
There will be a sandwich servedby
Refreshments were
luncheon donation. with a 50 cents Mrs. Shaller, Mrs. Ashline Mrs. Jack Waters and Birthday In Daytona :: <: : .1
and Mrs. Carmen Griffis. The .
daughter, Mrs. Frank Den- : | :
to model
Anyone wishing next meeting is scheduled for J
nard of
homemade items please call May 6 in the parish hall. weekend Tallahassee with their aunt spent, Mrs.the The home of Dr. and Mrs. living in Hawaii; Mrs. : | ; ..
964-6554. Scanlan, Lorraine, Ohio;.
I Sam Sternberg, of Daytona >t
Vergie Flynn on Mrs.
Flynn'sbirthday. Dick Cisne, Urbana, 111.,
Beach, was the setting for an
Sapp Reunion open house Sunday afternoon, Dr. Sam Sternberg, ; : i ;
April 6, honoring the 85th Beach.A ,.. .. ('
E Gem Jewelry, 109 East Call
of the
highlight .
of Nat
anniversary Sternberg,
Held SundayAt St. Is now under new manage was the presentation .
a former resident and long I
ment. See Mildred Woodburn
painting (pictured )
time merchant and civic'
Lake ButlerThe and Gerry Wallace for the
by Mr. Sternberg's
leader of Starke. : :
descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Kite latest jewelry.and newest styles in fine Mr. Sternberg entered the .brother Orlando,,George 1* t; I.
depicting
the birth of mercantile business here in
Leonard L. Sapp and Susan announce a son,
Mrs.James Barron was last 1912, and continued until themid1940's in the life of the honor :::
Richard born 7
Elizabeth held Wayne, April :
Sapp a family : :: : :: ::::
and his varied career :: : : : :::
luncheon of Mrs. when he sold his r
reunion and covered dish in the Alachua General Friday guest
Lula White and Mrs, store, which had been a Call comedian, dective,
dinner Sunday at the Lake Hospital. Grandparents are
Butler Community Center Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden Katherine Herndon in Stree fixture for more than 30 golfer, motel owner, ;
with approximately 100 at and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kite, Gainesville.Mr. years, and moved to Daytona official, ministrel
producer, dancing
tending. Plans were made to Sr., and great grandparentsare Beach.
Shriner, and Rotarian.
and Mrs. George W. Present with Mr. Sternbergon
make the reunion an annual Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey
Brown the weekend in this occasion his four Among those from
'affair. Moore, all of Starke., spent were
Ocala visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. children, Ben Sternberg, a town joining Mr.
M. Stoner. retired Army general, now Daytona Beach friends .
Miss Pat Lambe,
housekeeper, on this I; ,
I were Mr. and Mrs.
McClane, Mr. and Mrs.

.of Graham Starke,;and Mr.E.and L. Mrs. :: : :: r

j f' McClane, and Mr. and / ,
Milton Brownlee, ;
1 and Mrs. Miriam ,
Nussbaum, Jacksonville. :
\
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reI f\ Pe"Jona : /

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1 '. Mr. and Mrs. Glen ',
;,;pion of Pittsburg. Has.
;
: spending two weeks with
*'.and Mrs. Leo Champion. 'I
M Champions also had as ,
,
Friday guests, Mrs. I
C
iti Purvis and sons of |
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ij Out-of-town guests at(
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:/ IIf If JChu&lain wedding on :
f /-were:* Paul Sinclair, .w"J
4 tezuma, Ga., Mrs. .
Griffith, Mrs. Byron
Mrs. Wilbur Calloway
Mrs. Grady C. Cook,
L chester,' Ga., Miss
Weatherly, Moultrie,
Mrs. and Mrs. Charles
Sims Douglas, Ga., Mr.
:::: Mrs. W S. Slade, Baxley,
William Allen, Savannah,
"!' / / ''/'/'' \', Mr. and Mrs. Robert
/ // Clarkston. Ga., Mr. and
/
III W. C. Hurst and family
jIi! Mrs. N. K. Hurst,
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I dianapolis Ind., Dr. and
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11 11111'illl,' Harry Howell Lake City,
:I and Mrs. George
II'IIIIII JI;, II'I'I' ',! Tom Slade, III Jack
j Jeff Slade Dr. and Mrs. T
: ; lil1illll/J ;' Ritch and family, Mr.
/ II 1'liilIII/'III'i/1111' / '/ Mrs. Steve Tilley,

I ,, ,I ;IA 1!" :Jacksonville Charles Sawyer, Mr.and and

Tom Slade. Orange Park,
and mrs. M. W. O'Brlan
son, Miami, Mr. and


Let's All Support Our Sanford John Liberati Bidlingmaier Whechel,, Altamonte and Miss and Miss .j



if Favorite Team This Season. .. Mrs.DaAngeli Bruce James Huskes, Orlando Montuoro and, Mr. ''I

daughter, Tampa,
Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
White, Mrs. Martha
:
Guaranty Federal Odessa Mrs. Joanne Mitchell Campbell and,

,Mike, Mrs. James Talley,
and Mrs. Mike Cox
Savings and Loan Assoc. Sandra Huggins, Oler
Gainesville, Mrs. A.
Haddock and son,

HAS FORMED A TEAM TO OFFER Ocala and Weeks Mr.,, Miss Waldo and Betty, Mrs.Mrs. ,

Santangini and Mr. and :

YOU AN UNBEATABLE SAVINGS PLAN. .- Marvin Melrose Heights,,Mr.Holmes Gordon and,Mrs.

Sanderson, Fort Pierce,
I Sue Morris, Pompano, Mrs.
C. Forehand and Mrs. R.
Here's What You Earn Come Join Our Friendly Grace Albany, Ga.,
t Ellen Bloodworth and
5 Annual Annual Minimum Minimum Type ol E. Miller Valdosta, Ga.,
Yield Rate Term Investment Account Brown, Tallahassee,
I I Team And You'll I Be A .Palatka.Lyle Buck and

7.79% 7.50% 1-10 Yrs. 100,000. Certificate /'
7.79% 7.50% 4 Yrs. 1,000 Certificate .
J 6.98% 6.75% 2'12 Yr. 1,000 Certificate Consistent Winner Mr. and Mrs. Houston
8.72. 6.50 1 Year 1,000 Certificate Clane spent the weekend
Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
f 5.920/0 !5.7S'Io ..90 Days 1,000 Certificate at Jacksonville beach. The

I 5.39"10 5.25% NONE NONE Passbook ';, .With Our Quarterly 'A. McClanes are spending
"" week with the Houston
'
Y When year. earnings are left to compound dally for one ** tDividend" .Clanes. : : ( )


i There It a .ub.tanll.llnter..t penalty on Certificate Payment ( )
Plans In case of early withdrawal. THE BRADFORD i
t COl'XTY TELEGRAPH ,
All rates and plans are subject to be withdrawn.without keystone Hits Published every
notice. at 138 W.Call Street
J
Starke,Florida 32091

: .. L I.r.nal.I'd.1 Sylvan Way Second Class postage
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Burglar Caught Starke Design; WorkshopSet I


_I In Action For Friday, SaturdayThe t

STARKE Starke police -
01M arrested Roosevelt Henry I
Reed, 30, Wednesday as he Starke-Design Workshop Tom Mumlord.: two University I
allegedly tried to burglarizethe will be held] this Thursday ol Florida landscape .
KOA Campground olfice and Friday'lIt 133 W, Call architecture students ,who *
on US-301 south. Street (next door to The Telegraph slant to obtain ideas and suggestions I
W.S. Rhoden charged Reed ) startmgat 9 am. each from local citizens: j
dj\ concerning the luture of thebusiness
with and
breaking entering I
r with intent to commit a mis- The; workshop will be conducted district 1 of Slarke.

/ + demeanor and possession of a by Dick Dunlap and
lirearm by a convicted felon. Purpose of the Workshop is: I
+
IYt Reed allegedly broke into a Realtors Day to dc-lernnne the thinking oltownspeople
eA Y trailer at the campground in concerning what
addition to the office area. needs lo i bo done or not done in
Reed was charged' and Set April 22 the heart) of the l'ommunilv.umpll's f'
detained at the Bradford [<::\ w ill be shim of 1 thedowhto5Uart'aslotht'i'cities

County jail at 3:40: a.m. Wed- At Local ClubBradfordClay << I
k. \ nesday.An thaI have been studied and I r
arrest Sunday accused a |I.iiiMcd> by the t'mversily\ of i 1.
Jacksonville man of breaking County Florida Iculscape'it'chdeeInc
into a residence on Santa Fe Board of Realtors will hold a ( l Department.' .
"day of fun and fellowship" at J
nit Lake, according to thesheriff's will also he mmlcl of
Ronald McDonald was on hiDonald's md to entertain the children for the Grand Operning of the Mc. the: Starke Golf and Country There a
I tIr1 hamburger chain sto re recently build on South 301 across from the Bradford Square office Daniel Club on April 22, 1973. the (low in own district olSlai
David Lulgens 25 "ke Inch ill enable local I
The Grand Opening ceremoni es were held from 11:30: to 2:30: on Saturday April 12. Mayor All reallors, associates, w vv
Charles Schaefer cut that rib, to was charged: with breakingand Hi/ens.. lo point' out ;possible' H
>on officially welcome McDonalds to Starke. The ribbon con- secretaries, employees
with intent to
tamed fifty $1 bills of which ha If was donated to the BHS Band and half to the local Boy Scoutd entering in the friends, valued customers areas and' make ,rtproblola
troop. Among the distinguishei commit grand larceny and gest' ions lea tuliire plans.Diinl.i t'
N wryF { I guests present at the celebration were Representative Franker incident affiliates builders,
Williams, School Board MembiMcDonald's Pat Spengler and City Councilman Harold Epps. Julian DeSue, 22, of Starkewas spouses, have been invited by lo hear; |Irons> and as:Mumlord m.mv' I peopleas want I
the board.
arrested Saturday on a possible, individually or ingroups.'I'hes i I
charge of issuing worthless The day will include tournaments local. '111.
To Sell 15C 'in urge (
Hamburgers checks. There additional golf (call Hope!
were lens In lake! I his oP1sa>| | rtiiMitlo ,
Bickerstatf 2I14-95IH( ( ), tennis
warrants worthless checks
on 11'111111'11I hubs the
lor
pi.inning
Randy Balkcom, left, and Steve Douglas, Green Acres 4-H To Celebrate 20th Birthday SundayIn from Alachua County, according (call Alberta George 2i4-( future( should Ia! < Club members,exhibit the grand cha mpion, left, and reserve to the sheriff's office 1222)). bridge (Dianl''anl'("'
champion market hogs at the livestock show held Wednesday A Starke woman was 2K4-05BB. Poker (llarle\ I
of in small birthday In honor of the served '
1955 on Sunday,
April a occasion April 20, at
night, April 3, at the Bradford County Fair, arrested Saturday und Broom" 2(>4-9529)j\ )
suburb of Chicago, a 52-year- an estimated 30 million their nostalgic price 15 cents larceny Alter the day of ucti'iIII
charged with petit in
"" -",, ; .?... YOIJ'l. : old salesman named Ray regular hamburgers will be each. connection with alleged shoplifting cocktail party will be held in
UNPErt. Kroc opened the first McDonald's "We want to thank the v.IL'&inie
2 the home of Clyde and CeceliaTerwillegar
\: from the \\inn-Dixie.
Enos :
YtRRdSr.( W.
of
.9" in the now-famous Hayes people America for their
''Y" 't' Mary M. Carter, 19 was Irom( (G-7\ pm.l)
: chain of restaurants. tremendous support, explained -
accused of trying to leave the and then a dinner and dance
'- The police officer on your beat may resent being called a Highlighting the first menu Long-time Dallas Mayo, owner of store without paving for items back at the country club which
cop, but it has a very long history The word "cop" in the were 15 cent hamburgers.This the McDonald's at 802 Walnut valued at $33. The arrest was gets under way ut 7:30Reservations :: .
bens t> of "one who captures or snatches" is recorded as April McDonald's street. "And I want to thank made by city police alter the lor the dinner
early us I jO... It first came to English with the Norman with nearly 3,400 McDonald's Official DiesEnos the people of Starke for their store manager, spotted l the and dunce are $7. For more people ln-lit've that
Conquest and can be traced back to ancient Rome's caper restaurants throughout the increasing patronage. It's our woman going out the Ironl information or to reserve sleeping! with .1 .fork under
tnoaninx to capture. ." world celebrates its 20th Wilson Hayes, 90, for birthday, but "it's our cus.tomer's door with several food items. I tickets rileto: Rea hors Day your pillow will keep witches,
mer tax assessor and tax collector party Chairman 1'J.iK\: Highway 17 frum riding! on our vht'stwlnl ,
of Bradford County for "We want our customers to Orange Park. :32(173.( : >ou nli'i'p
25 years, died Sunday, April enjoy a regular McDonald's J
13, in a Gainesville hospital. hamburger for a nostalgic
believed
Since 1948 he had been price-only 15 cents plus tax," Chinese emperors were _
COASTAL OIL COMPANY INC.BARGAINS engaged in the real estate, Mayo continued adding that to commune with disk heaven of- / BRADFORD COUNTY
business in Starke the orders would be limited l to white through jade a pierced 49 IJ IJSTRAWBERRIES
Mr. Haves was born in reasonable quantilies.,
Brooker on June 17, 1884 but PINT
,. had lived in Starke most of his Don't Forget
OF life. He was a member of the NBEPMpEVt..S,
Seventh Day Adventist 1v1vI/w S C i
Church; Bradford Lodge No. & DOt-WHIP

35,F.&A.M., the Starke Shrine TOPPINC
Club, Morocco Temple, Jack-
sonville; A.A.O.N.M.S., the
THE WEEK Scottish and York Rite bodies,
BEll 10 LB.
and Order of Eastern Star, BAG

Chapter Mason. 224. He was a 50-year PEPPER 29C ICE 49

Surviving are his widow
Ruby Strickland Hayes ,
Starke; two daughters, Mrs. : FRESH LOAD OF
Louise Rhodes, Miami, and .; FLORIDAWATERMELONS (,.J." ':,\ -:,:
Mrs. John (Betty) Dees Lake H1 ," ;\
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a City; two sons, Wilson Hayes, : lti r 1
UNIROYAL' TOUGH GUY. El Paso, Texas, and W.E.
.. Hayes, Miami; 12 grandchildren -* ; t .
. ... :... ,! ten greatgrandchildren .: i .Everyday Low Price. t' ,.
and one great-great- $159 \ '
grandchild. 1 ..
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Funeral services were held! A GALLON '('
DOUBLE STEEL BELTED RADIALTWO at 11 a.m. Wednesday in w. ,
Kingsley Lake Cemetery with
STEEL BELTS, TWO RAYON CORD PLIES, ONE NYLON CAP PLY Rev. Robert Fuller officiate HEADQUARTERSFOR

40,000-MILE GUARANTEE ducted ing. Masonic at the rites graveside.In were. con ALL YOUR FARM FRESH VEGETABLESNorman's

lieu of flowers, contributions -
r may be made to the Farm
Starke Shrine Club for the
Crippled Children's Hospital.

$4417lwhitewall.Jl This handsome young Brahma bull caught the eye of Produce Market
spectators in the cattle barn at the Bradford County Fair.
FET E. T. PrescottEdwin Although the only entry in his class in the Beef Breeding
a Cattle Show April 3,the young bull of Otis Starling, BHS FFA 617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 .
I T. Prescott, 47, died member, was judged to champion material and named
'r' M w TUBELESS WHITEWALL PLUS FED. Thursday, April 10, in Quincy grand champion Brahma bull Open Men-Sat
n w SIZE' EX. TAX after an apparent heart at-,
w. Yn M R78-14 44.10 2.25' tack. He was a veteran of
; M sn R78-14 46.12 2.67 World War II and, after retirement -
I from the Navy, was
+ GR78-14 47.62 2.89
t MM w.r employed with the Division of
HR78-14
I 51.13 3.09 Corrections at Raiford for
Yn H w"t ? GR7S-15 tI 48.37 2.96 nine years, moving to Quincy STOP I
w yr H R78.15 50.37 3.17 in September.
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R78-15 i 54.21 3.31 He was a member of
M LR78-15 59.73 3.46 Masonic Lodge No. 189, Law-
the Fleet Reserve Asso-
tey
MOUNTIN ;
F EE 8 VAL /E STEMS
ciation, Branch 91, Jackson.
ville, Florida Peace Officers

I'. Uniroyal Zeta mileage guarantee Association Association| ,, American and the Raiford Bridge

t, II in norfnal passenger tire use you don I gel the mileage stated on the SIdewall(Number alter Zeta Thousand) Baptist Church.
or tae becomes unserviceable for any reason other than repairable road hazards(cuts punctures etc )I.accident
his widow
or gross abuse your Uniroyal Zeta dealer will give you a credit against the purchase of a new Zeta tire of Ihe Surviving are ,
same type Credit will be proportionate to percentage of stated mileage you did not obtain Credit will be applied Grace Prescott, and one BEAIINGI
ag.onalthe Zeta Guarantee Base Price(national adjustment base approximating actual prices)shown m guarantee daughter, Lynn Prescott, both
booklet Proportionate taxes extra and dealer may add charge for services he performs replacing(tire Conditions of Quincy; his mother, Mrs.
adiustmenls based on mileage are owner must properly maintain tires and related vehicle conditions bring in
Mollie Prescott St. James
tires. for 'free 6OOO-mile rotations and checkups and have guarantee bookel ,
City, Fla.; and one sister,
Mrs. Mary Lee Drury, Jesup,

ALIGNMENT Ga.Funeral services were heldat AROUND I

& front end safety check 2 p.m. Saturday in Archer
Funeral Home Lake
chapel
UNIRDYAL J FASTRAK Sat camber, caster Butler. Military services were

;_. .Check Set toe-in steering toe-out conducted Dekle Cemetery.at the graveside in ""
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I TWO PLUS FIBERGLASS TWO POLYESTER CORD BELTS PLIES $1 095 Jas. L. CrewsJames THE BUSH 5


j L Crews Jr., 5A of
$ 'I O Moat American" ears Starke, died Saturday Apr,
2 2 Carl with air-condilioning 12,in the Gainesville Veterans
whllewalI sill M.OQ Hospital after a long Illness
r land lubtltll'llr..plus all your 1.10 .car.....T. Born in Lake Butler on Dec How much time do you spend Now he treats all his fields.
29, 1918, he was an Army, ?
TUBELESS. WHITEWALL, PLUS FEO 4EL11 veteran of World War II. cultivating So, why keep beating around ther
,. SIZE Iwithuade-in USO EX 2:12 TAX: Surviving are his mother Why sweat it when a good bush cultivating your crops?

n.n 28.77 _2 4"'" Elizabeth Crews of Starke; herbicide can of the With little from Gold Kist
07'.14 t1,1s rat two daughters,Mrs Betty Lou program keep you out a help a
M"4 ..." 2MG7Lis Lewis and Mrs. Juanita heat, plus help you make bigger crops. farm hand you don't have to.

I M' tN I IN3LI Texas Bellow, both seven of brothers Houston,, If you doubt it, just consider this Just call your Farmers Mutual

10.1' I.n i iJsts Randloph; Crews,Oxford, Ga.; actual test. Exchange, and well have one come ,

_[_n.n II." 3.31F 3MLSIs Rudolph, Lake Butler; Not too long ago a soybean right over.
Howard Gainesville Enoch
EE MOUNTING 6 VALVE STEMS Orlando,; Ray, Gainesville; ; producer asked us for help with his weed fTT5 Gold Kithint.. > ." S

Remer and R. C. Crews, both problem. HTl Good 19s for the farm: : ,.

I Computerized WHEEL BALANCING $350 INCLUDES WHEEL Jeanetta of Starke West; five, Atlanta sisters, Ga.Mrs.; Soy a Gold Kist farm hand went, Pr QQjJ and from the farm. ,-1

WHEEL WEIGHTS Mrs. Edith Rhoden, San- over, identified the weed, and as a test, "<; .j'>

) COASTAL OIL COMPANY derson Starke;;'Mrs.Mrs.Gertie Beatrice Murphy, applied a chemical control half the "> ., .',:i{ :' '.:,',:;' i

'" .Kirkland, Glen St. Mary; and grower's fields. *.,".. .IM' *'" .: <,".'

Mrs Odessa Hood, At harvest the untreated fields
INC. Jacksonville. on ,,Vjj ,

Funeral services were held the man made 18 bushels an acre. \, .. .t. i lM .
190 E. MAIN ST. IUNI'DnVAL, 'at 2,,p.m. Monday in Jones', On the treated fields he made 32 '?;.'" ..f.tii>
Memorial Chapel with Rev. \,
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA X; t Alvin Lane and Rev.. Alton bushels an acre and more than recovered ,.. .;. ,. ', "hi., ,".**+"*.* w I.*" > "| .;
Coleman officiating. Interment his herbicide costs. .i.-'*. ". 5 .' v -, 'v i.1'' ',1.\. t"
904/496-2741 904/496-3541 was in New Zion h :

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bulletins and inlormation, our
the past two years and State Extension Specialistswill
few months, I have written be contacted for the ( /
many topics articles of for interest this paperon to assistance you need. family centers savings

homemakers in the County. I WHEN PENNIES COUNT
hope that at one time or Stretching the dollar Is one

J) written another has something been of I help have to of the the most country popular these exercisesin days. U. 3011lJiJ( 0DP0 J Q Qoo JiJISStarke( Flit"

You can save money even ,
you.Friday, April 11, was my on house cleaning. You can Open Mon Wed 9 to 8
last day of work as Extension save by using the simple Thurs Sat 9 to 9 Sun 12 to 6JR.
... Home Economics Agent: in ingredients you already haveon LADIES'JAMAICAS
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Bradford and Union Counties.I hand and make your own
have sincerely enjoyed household cleaners. For
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working with homemakersand
example-an ordinary mild
family members in detergent is excellent for JR.
Bradford County, and will cleaning walls, woodwork and
friends I have SHORTS
miss the many floors that are covered with
made hereAnother grease and cooking fumes. ELASTICIZED WAIST FOR BETTER
TSHIRTSO99
home economistwill
For an inexpensive rug and STITCHED CREASES.
MORE COMFORTABLE FIT
be the in short
on job a 100% POLYESTER
upholstery shampoo, whip a
time. In the meantime, please SIZES 10-18.
of mild
quarter a cup of
$ Q88
continue to call the County detergent with one pint warm SIZES 5/6 -15/16 ASSORTED SOLID COLORS.
Agent's Office for assistance
water until it makes a stiff
with your problems. If foam. ASSORTED COLORS $ GREAT LOOKING AT A GREAT PRICEI
someone in the office cannot
Heavy duty detergent is
answer your questions with very alkaline, so is not
$ ') 88
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I I ASST. PRINTS AND LORS'.

ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER "
9 fvh' SIZES S-M-L 6to

NAACPMEETING church. All interested personsare
The regular meeting of invited to attend.
Bradford County Branch, Sunday services will begin
NAACP, will be held April 18 with Church School at 9:30.:
at Pleasant Grove United Morning Worship at 11. BTUat
Methodist Church. All mem- 5 p.m. Communion will be
bers and interested citizensare given in the 6:30: service.
invited to attend. Businessof New Bethel Baptist Church,
vital importance, to be dis Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. 'I
cussed. Your help is neededfor Bible Class and Prayer Meet- nY d '
success. ing each Wednesday night. ** *. 4rr

Friday night, Arril19, Ushers Al ,
SCHOOL NEWS Board No 1 its anniversary g ar
Adult Basic Classes are at 8 p.m. Sunday service -
being held in the various cen- will begin with Church
ters in the county. All inter- School, 10 a.m. BTU, 5 p.m., J
ested adults are invited to which will terminate servicesfor / -
attend. If the class desired is the day.Greater tto sx
not already organized it may Bethlehem Free 'fi
be requested at the VoTechby will Baptist Church, Rev. LADIES'i i ,
visiting or calling 9646150for Jasper Williams pastor. HALTER

information Tiny Weekly Tots services and Ushers begin Board with \TANK TOPS I ( )

CHURCH NEWS No. 2 meeting Monday night.
Greater Allen Chapel AME Prayer Meeting was Tuesday FOR GREAT SUMMER FUN!| .
Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie night. Wednesday night Choir "M+ TOPS
pastor. Each Tuesday night No. 1 rehearsal. Thursday MACHINE WASHABLE e ta
Prayer Meeting and Class night Story Hour at the
Meeting. Sunday services will church Friday night Choir es. 100% NYLON HPLadies'
begin with Church School at 10 No 2 will rehearse. Saturday t k
ASST STYLES & COLORS 100% NYLON
a.m. Morning service at 11. night the Youth of the Church
Choir Union will be held Hope- will present a program \._ (I '
well at 3 p.m. Evening Wor- "Youth For Christ.' Sunday l r. : MANY STYLES
ship, 5:30.: All members and services will begin .with % ... '
friends are invited to Worship. Church School at 9:30.: Mor- j +o+o tH sY+re riRew y ANIfrjpOLORS; .
$988 m ( 1
in the church services at any ning service at 11. Baptismwill >
be held after morning service 'TO CHOOSE FROM '
time.Mt.. Pisaah AME Church, Dinner will be served at
Lincoln City, Rev. B. J. 1230.: Evening service, 6pm.BROWNIETROOP z -H
Franklin pastor. The annual
Women's Day celebration will
be held Sunday, April 20, VISITS MCDONALD'S 44; p
starting with Church School at Brownie Troop 325 of Starke i oo ira
10 a.m. Morning Worship at recently visited McDonald'sand ,
H.'The; speaker will be Mrs. viewed a film on the origin o rr ,j rt
Elder-from Midway in Jack of hamburger, and also
sonville. The speaker for 3 saw how hamburgers were
p.m. service will be Mrs. made. $rb
Doris Heastie of Greater Allen
BEACH
Chapel AME Church, Starke. Rosalind Lennon had a sur- :
Visitors are welcome. prise birthday party given by ,
Ebeneier Baptist Church, her parents after the film and
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. tour. It was enjoyed by mem-
Weekly services begin with bers of the Troop, their
Prayer Meeting and Bible parents, and most of all, : t ( COVER-UP! IJ
Class Thursday night. Satur- Rosalind. She was happy for ,r ,,
day, April 19, the Laymen of her beautiful cake, gifts, and JR.SHORTS l,4 .i-t-
Mt. Sinai will meet at the for the surprise party. sf 114's e e,>t k ?

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'r to match swim suit. Assorted!
t any $249
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( boa styles to choose from some with
Use Study SetA e-16 88 .r o collars, some with hoods. Looks!
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A VARIETY OF $2 n a' 4 terrific over 1 or 2 piece swim suits.
COLORS. TINY i l 0 e'0e 0 Buy now end save big!
preview of the results of a L. M. Gaines, county zoning PRINTS o o N o 4. e Q 4
Land Use Study of Bradford director, said that future w 0e 0
County, conducted by the decisions made by county 100% NYLON P o C

Urban Development and Center Regional of the officials the county affecting will the be greatly growthof ?; 1 d p' ; Your Choice! .....__....

University of Florida during influenced by this study.,The 'f' ;) te .,
the past two years, will be general 4r =;;
public is invited to
held at 7:30: p.m., April22 The attend this preview and offer 6 1s /T n Opb! ; We .4 I
preview will be presented in T''o
constructive comments To
the County of the new Commissionersroom courthouse. criticism.StMark's. or 4d\ a $ 99 'l'Rttund Your Monty ''r' Aden f'' '

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: Thursday, April 17: 3:30: : '))1 LADIES'KNIT 5J4 ,\ ,

ee1 ; p.m. Brownie Troop No. 127:' PA=?
ICr2 I
7:30 Practice.: p.m., Senior Choir TOPS J R.

.cr2 Sunday, April 20: 8:30: a.m..,
Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m., : MIDRIFFTOP
Church School; 11 "
a.m.,
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Sunday: Sunday School, Morning Prayer; 5:00: p.m., (
9:45: ; Morning Worship 11 Junior E.Y.C. Meeting; 6:45:
o'clock: Church Council, 5 p.m., Senior E.Y.C. Meeting. ,SIZES S-M-L
pm.; Church Training, 6.15: ; Monday,April 21: 3:30: p.m., JRJEANS-
Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. Junior Choir Practice; 4:30:
p.m., Brownie Troop No.
604.
Monday: Girls Ensemble,
Tuesday, April 22
: 3:30
6.30: p.m. Youth Choir, 7 p.m. p.m., Girl Scout Troop No. 614 $288 ', ASSORTED SPRING 1 a r

Tuesday: Junior Choir and ..w..tbtbtbtbtbtbtb.. rL j COLORS AND PRINTS
Handbells, 3:20: p.m. Associa- "r ) MADE OF 50% COTTON e a% ay 4'
lion V.B.S. Clinic, 7 p.m. POLYESTER.
BURGER TOPPINGSTop 100% COTTON DENIM c

Wednesday: Family Night t, ASSORTED COLORS SIZES S-M-L /11//
Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday 114
School Workers Mtg; R.A.; each burger with one of -s' :,, j SIZES 561516
G.A.; Acteens; World the following:
Friends; Mission Friends;.
6:45: p.m.; Hour of Power, 7:30: I green pepper slice stuffed $ 88
p.m.; Church Choir Practice, with cheese spreadI ( 'J 3
8:15: p.m. I large mushroom cut vertically .5 rOWSOSST 5
Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: in thirds and broiledin S
a.m. Music Makers Choir, butter or margarineI I
3:20: ; Visitation. 7 p.m.BENP.BRYANT. I tomato slice topped with 3 T\\ '

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18 Administrative Positions Okayed By School Board I J. j I


(From receive 'administrative pay
Page 1)) designated as teaching principals ;; Director Ted Oglesby alreadyhas Mrs. Spengler said she had "We will discuss this school tech center. The motion whether in the classroom or t
curriculum ;' Douglas, by Supt. Temple. The two been' assigned to what received many phone calls by school until we get passed 3.2 with Mrs. Spenglerand the office. Temple them
business manager. will be charged with teaching were two positions last year, expressing dissatisfaction through," the chairman told Parrish voting with recommended, in answer to 1
Principals approved for the physical education at the that of director of the vo-tech with the administrative set up the board. At Hall's sugges- Gaskins, with Holliday and Parrish's question as to how 0.1!
eight county schools are: small schools. Both principalsare center and county-wide voca- Temple announced last week. tion the board started approv- Hall opposing elimination of he would assign the pair, .-=, !
Charles Francis, BUS; voluntarily teaching academic tional director. "It must have been ing assignments school-by- the third vo-tech post. using Anderson halftime in
Lennard Register, BMS; Ted courses this term, but Temple said BHS needs everybody (calling), my school, with Supt. Temple "You've got all that power adult education at the vo-tech 1
Oglesby, vo-tech; Carl Clark. Temple made it clear Monday three Full time administrators phone has been hot," Mrs. reading his recommendationsto now," Kilpatrick told Mrs. center and halftime as a .al IVs I
Starke Elementary; Dewey night they are under no mandate that he hoped if the board Spengler said.Gaskins the board as he had them Spengler as she was decidinghow teacher, and using Clark halftime r".1
McKinney, Soulhside Ele- from his office to do so. cut one of the BUS positions'that countered, suggesting listed on a handout sheet. to vote .on the vo-tech as a middle' school CRvcR( (
mentary; Jim Duncan, Mrs. Lucille Payne, present it would see fit to name a that Clark be assigned Gaskins moved that two issue. guidance counselor and halftime t
Lawley Elementary; Tom elementary coordinator, ..was dean of students or give reliefin halftime to the vo-tech center positions be approved for "Yeah, and I can't decide as a teacher.
Casey Hampton Elementary, reappointed as coordinator of some way. and halftime to BMS.A BHS, a principal and one how to use it," Mrs. Spengler Temple's recommendation Bring your family to the f
and Phil Vcllenga' Brooker the Title I elementary program "I thought it a compromisewhen suggestion to table the assistant principal, with the answered. received no support for a long First Baptist Church of
Elementary.: lor disadvantaged elementary I added teaching matter until a later' date by third post eliminated. Parrish Temple pointed out, pause. Then Mrs. Spengler Starke this Sunday. You
? Assistant principals at the students. Title I responsibilities," Temple told Board Member J. T. Parrish seconded the motion. however, that the change made the motion to accept the will meet hundreds of f.
high school are Jesse Moore teachers are currently used in the board. His recommendation was refused by Chairman BHS Principal Francis made by the board would not superintendent's revised happy people children of '
iind Charles Hall, Hall (leachIng grades 13. was that BHS Assistant Rodney Hall. defended his request for two save money because as ad- recommendation on assign- all ages young people -
two hours. Joe Hull will be In a lengthy discussion Charles Hall and Vo-Tech assistants, terming them ministrators with tenure, both ments of the two administrators. Adults -. who love Christ I
the only assistant at the which closed Monday's four- Assistant C. C. Anderson necessary, Francis said his Clark .and Anderson must Gaskins gave the second and love one another!
middle school; there presently hour board meeting Board teach two hours per day next Fire Plan paper work load has doubled and it passed unanimously.
are two. Member Arthur Gaskins term. m the past two years, that he Result is that All "rbuu \\IIi. aching'the Bible I 't
Millard Brown was reappointed stated at the beginning of the (From Page 1)) has had to be out of his schoola Stone leach three hours per day, Preaching the Gospel! t

director of adult consideration of administrative Plan. funds in addition to levying great deal this year, and instead of two, as originally Ministering In the
education at the vo-tech reappointments by the Inspection taxes to assist them in provid- that he doesn't apologize for proposed by Temple. Clark Name o .center C. C. Anderson was board that he wanted the third (From Page 1 ing funds, whereas Providence asking for two assistants. will teach halftime leaving !
reappointed assistant director administrative positions at is populated Most schools the size of BHS TrialStayed the county-wide occupational You musHSjkperience
a thickly
both the high school and vo- ation in her efforts to get the it to believe ill!
at vo-tech with three hours of section of the county, but not have two assistants,.Francis specialist duties, guidance
leaching duties. : tech center eliminated. Gas- project underway. incorporated, and does not said. and testing and planning .
Both the Hampton and kins said he also wanted to Financial I assistance from share in revenues received by "Charles' job is getting duties unfilled. Temple said Let us share our faith I
Brooker principals have been discuss the assignment of the county is very unlikely, other areas of the county from 'tougher and tougher each Jockel or Kilpatrick will pick with you.
Connie Clark, who has for according to Councilwoman "
state, federal and local day, said BMS Principal up Clark's countywide duties, '
merly been principal at Margie Cason. Lennard Register, coming to and that Oglesby will pick up "The Church with a Heart,
Law ley, Bradford High, and The council included the sources.In Francis' defense. "I can't LAKE BUTLER Circuit work left by Anderson when In the Heart of Starke"
the vote on the motion to Court John J., Crews
who was former Supt. Tom sum of $3,000 in its current Judge
of to
conceive a man having he teaches three hours per
Casey's top assistant. When budget to be applied to the award the bids, commis- operate a school of this size granted a continuance Mon- Ben P, Bryant'' 1
Supt. Temple won by 55 votes construction costs of the sioners Archie and Clemons chairman, with one assistant." day, April 14, in the first day.The board did not consider Pastor, i
over Casey two years ago, canine kennel with the expec- Clyde Crews "I think you would placeMr. degree murder trial of Ray moving two annual contract
was' assigned as tation that other funds wouldbe Skip Woodington voted for, mond Stone, scheduled to William
Casey Francis and one assistant principals back into the class- George
i Hampton Elementary prin- forthcoming from the other with Gerald Griffis. and under tremendous pressure," begin Tuesday, April 15, in room and shifting Clark and Min.of Music f
cipal and Clark was named 1 municipalities and the countyto Riherd opposing.Fire Supt. Temple said. Union County Circuit Court. Anderson into those slots.
county-wide pupil personnel help the city pay for the Fighters Equipment With Mrs. Spengler, Arthur The postponement was i
Company of Jacksonville will granted pending a ruling on a
and
coordinator was paid facility'- Holliday, and Chairman Hall
I Ask h under a $33,000: career educa- After a thorough and supply $12,795 worth of equip- voting "no," Gaskins' motion technicality surrounding the.__4 Acc.pt.d No Gimmick. ,* f
ment and supplies and Motor- location of the site in the Santa
r tion project which the state is lengthy discussion of the failed 3.2.Holliday.
Charley not expected to fund next matter the council agreed to ola, Inc. of Jacksonville will then moved that Fe River where Mrs. Jacqueline '
be the lookout for other furnish a complete radio com- the Joanna Smith's body was
year.Gaskins' on the board accept superintendent's ] ((3 0'i1frn(3(
proposed revisionsof satisfactory sites that could be munications system for recommendation as found on September 1, 1974
E. Supt. Temple's recommendations used to locate the dog pound, 10678. listed on BHS. Mrs. Spenglergave and the location of some blood
were met with a and to perhaps pay for its total A lease-purchase agree- the second adn Chair- stains on the bridge where her '
Johns defense by the superintendent construction costs. ment will be negotiated with voted with them. Gaskins body was presumably thrown '
man
BUS Principal Charles At the request of Fire Chief each company, providing pay- and Parrish opposed the BHS into the river.A : JrnUf I 0 G J JLL((30 S SU

Francis I and Middle SchoolPrincipal O.B. Dukes, the council ment over a three year period ..set up, but it passed 32. survey of the bridge site
with annual payments of has indicated that it is the
on
About This Question: Lennard Register. authorized the expenditure of The middle school set up m
Temple pointed out the vo-,' ,up to$1,000 by the fire depart- $7B25each beginning January came up next, with Mrs. Alachua County side of the
A. ""1 might have known tech center stays open from ment for additional equipmentand 10, 1976. Spengler making her sugges- river and could be the cause TWO TRACTORS g
last fall
my The UCFD began for of in
a change venue
until 10 four his the
to
7:30 a.m.
: p.m. supplies required by tion to appoint Casey
f: boy would lose that school: days'per week and that department.Insurance. when a petition containing 271 BMS spot. Hall asked for Stone's trial. F' 1. David Brown Modell. Allis-Chalmers.. Mo-
| instrument.He forgot it on,. signatures was presented to and Gaskins In the event that a later
''comments,
I the bus,and it's just gone..;*' .------ -- ---- authorize commission, who moved to accept the slate as hearing on the matter would 885 (200 Hrs.) del 160((30 Hrs:) rt
the advertisementfor require a change of venue, .
jt Would musical instrument. recommended by Supt. .NN
a public hearing on thematter. The motion passed 4- charges against Stone wouldbe Power Steering & OSITires: 011 Both iia
.insurance covering loss,' The commissionerslater Temple. dismissed in Union Countyand 7a '
1, Mrs. Spengler opposing.
theft or accidental damage ,. adopted an ordinance After his reappointment, he would have to be rein- 0S
have cost less than 1% of a" Joe Usher providing for county wide pro- BMS Principal Register asked dicted by a grand jury in Ala- :I
the value from the Charley tection. consideration for Miss Rahn, chua County. No date has been '74 Chew. Suburban '74 Ford Maverick "
E. Johns 555 S. W. 3rd. Lake Buller 19 volunteer members from the third administrator this set for a hearing on the techni- 3 I..t, DUll AC, Ch.y.nn. Red 2.D,. R8H. AT. PS..Cyl., :II
Agency Providence began a 60 hour at BMS but whose post cal points of the law. II: lup. P.c. A.C. 1 .rll'e :
Charley E. Call 4962126For training course on January 1,. was year eliminated for next year. The location of the bridge is $4375 $2875 ,.( :;uA:,
conducted by the Lake City Several BMS teachers in the on SR-241 crossing the Santa ," 'I"o
JOHNS AGENCY I Fire Department. Final instructions -| J I-I i audience also spoke in Miss Fe River which is the boundary .. mII
I All Types Of InsuranceMobile and exercises were t I Rahn's behalf, praising her line between Alachuaand D ,
131 SO.WALNUT ST. held Saturday, April 12, at the work this term and the help Union County. The bridgeis
PHONE 9R4-5O7O Home Workmans Compensation Farm Liability 1 Florida State Fire College in she has given them. Kil- about three miles south of a
74 14 Ford
Ocala the Smith home. Vega F100
family
asked that though it is N .G.c.
w-.4 ..- -.. -------- patrick impossible to keep a third ad- On.October 28 Stone was Z R.d 4'Spd. AM-FM A.C. Wid.R.d' 1.Spd. a Cyl., RauSW. "Ir"
-------- $2675
r indicted .by a Union County $2575, ,
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glninistrator at BMS next year J. ,1.1"I'i' \
t dl d -V. :1'' hat the board remember the grand jury lor the kidnap- M ..... ..... ;i ',12I.
murder of Mrs. Smith on the lot f/lN/
a good things said about Miss D'''
Rahn when she comes up for night of August 23. 1974. .
approval for continuing con- a 'o

tract as a teacher this spring.As C '74 Chev. Impala '74 Pinto t Wagon "''Ia
the vo-tech school came 4.D", H.T., White / ..
Jackson's Thin 10 choo. 'tram wl'h AT.o II
From Incl. A C. Two
SMILESMuxed I Top. Pully/ Eqp'
up then, Gaskins asked that 10 c..o... PS P.c.
the board move on to the $3275 A$2975. !
smaller' elementary schools, .11.-
and getback later to the vo- Ip e
Peddlers tech. It was after 10:30: p.m. at One day a little girl was ', 7'
that point and Mrs. Spengler heard talking to a neighbor -D II
suggested the board invoke its child with whom she was > '73 Olds Delta
voluntary three hours meeting playing cowboys. '73 Toyota t C e I.lea Royal.'.. .-Dr, HT. 8ron,. with N
a ST. Whll., {Spd R8H..Eofra .
b.lg.top. Pow. Window. AM-
,4 Home limit. But Attorney Shaw sug- "You be Wild Bill Hlck- I. c1..n. I'M Steno P.c A-C. II
; gested the board approve the up" she said "and I'll be $2650 $2850
0.
small schools together. The "
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A Big Question
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MARC SELLS FOR LESS N. CHERRY ST.9646O78 HWY 100 & 21 mentary, Brooker, and Congressional candidate, 0 '73 Chew. Custom 10 '73 Pinto Runabout
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473-4973, Hampton. L,. Slum. LWS. .07 En. lid.Whit. with Orange Vinyl Top.
tI /_ Back on the vo-tech center, "will you do If you're elect- E T.n.0.1..1.Topp.,(DIIUM.' LOO Opllon. AT. P.c. AC.D .
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it. i Gaskins moved to eliminatethe ed?" $2750 $2250 III.
?J V.- third administrative posi- "Good gracious!" exclaimed -
t f f' PI V tion, and to use Connie Clark the startled candidate \ aL

; JACKSONrSBUILDING SUPPLY Will Run An Ad Each Week halftime at BMS and halftimeas "What will I do if I'm
administrator at the vo-
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f not? - N '73 Dodge Polaru '73 Chev. Step C .
With The. Best Price Available On Thousands Of Items. Van
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NI I 6 Ft. by Board Action at 7 L Squire On.Soth Whit.. ,.onl",OF..A.; V.S S:-VI::: II
PINE o or..,,.L.......Rack,AT, P.c. T.n., L.W 8. You c"ole... A .
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10 Plead Guilty, UGH Reopening Near Certainty Trustees Told

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impositions Made LAKE BUTLER In a already been endorsed and Education and Welfare Atlanta is pending, Boxx said, The services of two doctors slate and federal officials.
special called meeting of the approved I.,)' the state office of (HEW) and approval by the and should be received within one a general practitioner andthe When approved, and the services
Board of Trustees Thursday, the Department of' Health, regional office of HEW in just a few days. other a "family physi- of the doctors have been I"
: April 10, Bernie Boxx, mana- cian" have been secured by assured the hospital trustees
In Circuit CourtTen gerial consultant of Hospital HCF Boxx said, with discussions -, will formally enter into the

Care Facilities assured Inc., optimistically -' Gainesville Firm Enters Low Bid 'On continuing with other agreement with HCF to re- j
defendants week of May 12. The assault is the trusteesthe prospective physicians by open and operate the hospital.
pleaded re-opening of Union Gen- officials of his organization.In :t.
and alleged to have been on Rai- Provisions of the agreementcall
guilty placed on probation were sentenced by Judge or ford and Truby Teston last eral Hospital (UGH) was A/C And Heating 2 UC Schools a special joint meeting of for the complete manage-
almost a certainty. the trustees, the board of
R.A. Green, Jr. in Circuit November 24 in the Sampson ment of the hospital by HCF"
Court here last .. .area. "We've reached the point county commissioners, and including the hiring and discharge :
week. The trial of Dennis Holden, where we are ready to go," LAKE BUTLER horde of $163,436, the first alternate Holton Construction officials of HCF, held Feb- of all employees to be ,
Aaron H. Holley, Rt. 3, Box Boxx told the trustees. hungry building contractors $12,327, the second $5,942 and 14, a 90 day exploratory .
Starke Jr., of Starke, for robbery of Company, Gainesville: Base ruary used in its operation. l
461 count, of unlawful, pled guilty to one A.R. Johnson Feed Store, was The managerial contract swarmed into Lake Butler the third $11,254, making a bid $177,777, Alt. 1 $14.566. period was granted to HCF" to The first Monday of each I
controlled substance possessionof also set for the week of May agreement, previously approved Tuesday, April 15, to be on. grand total of $192,959 for the Alt. 2 $7,498, Alt. 3 $11,371. secure the services of a mini- month at 7:30: p.m. at the
a of and 12. by the trustees, has hand for the 2 p.m. bid open- base bid and all three of the Music & Worth Construction mum of two physicians to hospital was decided upon for .
count unlawful
I one controlled substance.deliveryof ing for the installation of heat- alternates. Company, Live Oak: Base bid locate in Lake Butler, and to the date, time and place for
a A
ing, ventilating and air-condi Architect Craig Salley and -$183,370, Alt. $12,350, Alt. 2 get the details of the manage- the regular monthly meetings '
pre-sentence ordered by investigationwas the court. 3 Faults Delay PaymentOn tioning (HVAC) of the Union Supt. Jimmy Cason were well $8,200, Alt. 3 $12,500. ment agreement approved by of !the trustees.
County Middle School and the
William F. Atwood, Route 2, pleased luesaay afternoon, Nelson Construction Com-
Lake Butler
Box 56F Starke, charged withunlawful Elementary since the bidding was well pany, Jacksonville: Base bid Prisoners I
possession of a con- UC School BuildingLAKE School.The below the architect's and $183,370, Alt. 1 $12,350, Alt 2- Mystery Escape ,
competitive bidding on school board estimate of $20,825, Alt. 3 $11,084. -
trolled substance, pled
guilty In other matters at the $200,000 estimate for the $200,000 for the project and is The Colson Jack-
Company
to a lesser offense of posses- BUTLER-The Union project attracted 11 bidders. Are Still at Largehid t
ril8meetingtheschoolboard within the funds available for sonville: Base bid $184,100, td
sion of less than five grams pf County School Board tabled Four from Gainesville, three
: expenditure. Alt. 1 $15,400, Alt. 2 $12,700,
marijuana, and was placed on action on the approval of the d
from Jacksonville, and
-Awarded a bid for car- one Awards on the bidding Alt 3. $13,900.KingRoyer :
were <
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six months probation. final payment of $23,500 to the themselves in a vehicle
bidder each from Lake City The mystery of how two prisoners .
peting of the Administration ; made afternoon Inc. Gainesville
Wednesday ala -
William Paul Hamilton contractors of the the I
kindergarten that went through gate
Live Oak
Keystone escaped from Union
offices to Gate City Carpets at Heightsand special meeting of the school : Base bid$185,500, Alt 1 '
Starke to search of all
pled guilty breakingand building, pending correc- but a thorough
Macclenny. Correctional Institute
to commit tion of three deficiencies notedat $6.75 per yard for a total cost board held at 4 p.m. $16.200, Alt. 2 $8,200, Alt. 3 County vehicles failed to shed .".
entering Bidding specifications were at Raiford, without a trace, prison
of
with board
$2,033, member Funding of the project will 14000.
felony, and resisting an officer the building.At light on the method of
so arranged by three alter- remains unsolved, accordingto any
Donald be
Dukes opposing. made from the county'scapital Watson Construction
without violence. He was the April 8 meeting There was no evi-
nates that the school board J.F. Tompkins, assistant escape.
placed on five years' proba- Bill Foister said that an inspection -Personnel appointmentsas could award the base bid on outlay bonding Company, Macclenny. : Base superintendent at UCI., dence of any of the chain link
recommended with bid
by $195,866, Alt. 1
Supt. program approximately $15,745,
tion on the first count, and one made by a memberof fences surrounding the prison :
the two schools only, or plus .. The two escapees, Norman
Cason Alt.
Jimmy were approvedby $30,000 being supplied from 2 $9,995, Alt. 3 14898.
probation, to run the State of been violated, and
year concur- Department the board. They were: one of the alternates, plus two local funds. Triest Construction Company Despres, 32, alias Joseph having
rently, on the second count. Education and himself had Clark Martin, Sara Jackson of the alternates, or all three, Other bids submitted and Keystone Heights: Base Cozzi, and his brother, Raymond Tompkins said that all
Dale Wayne Phillips, 18, of noted that some surface vehicles passing through the
I and Carol Kelley to the Union if the bidding amounts permitted opened Tuesday were as bid $206,413, Alt. 1 $16,492, 27, were listed as miss-
Hampton, charged with cracks in one of the walls had are carefully searched. :
County Adult School; Barbara follows: Alt. 2 $23,014, Alt. 3 $14,103.A ing at 5 p.m. April 3, but it has gate
breaking and entering and appeared and would Both men are considered
require Ann Joyner, teacher aide at The first priority alternateis CTC Construction Com not yet been determined how
i grand larceny, pled guilty to correction would dangerous by prison authorities -
as some Lake Butler Middle School for air-conditioning of the'Middle Gainesville the men got out.
I, grand larceny, and the count cracks in the overhead Jack Jones, Dean of Studentsand ; School auditorium, the $172,491 pany ,Alt. 1 $17,401: Base, Alt.Bid 2-- Tompkins said the two men and were serving life
ot breaking and entering was plastering of the building neighborhood misfit fora terms for convictions from
Athletic Director at Union second priority alternate is for $11,865, Alt. 3 $12,736. were confined in the same
nolle prossed. He was placedon overhang near the overhead School the Elementary School Cafe- Newman Construction couple of years, seven- area within the prison, but Duval County. Norman Des
five-year probation and lights. The third item in need County McLeod,High Dean of Students; Wayne at torium,and the third is for the Company, Jacksonville Base year-old Billy Martin has were not cellmates. Both were pres was convicted of robberyand
ordered to make restitution of re-working is the aluminum Middle School Cafeteria. : finally arrived. He now classified as close custody assault with intent to
Lake Middle
Butler School bid-$172,777 Alt.
1
$325, one-half of the $650 loss facia around the top part of Herman Hodges, as Chief; The apparent low bid of the Alt. 2 $8,500, Alt. 3 $16,300 12000., makes a convincing police inmates, meaning they were commit murder in the second
sustained Gen- the building.The siren sound with his mouth degree.Raymond.
by Hampton Mechanic Carlos Green, 11 submitted was made by the Guerry Construction not allowed outside the com-
eral Store. school board ; -and Is much in demand in Despres was a
United Construction Companyof pound for work duty.
Maintenance and Lake
Supervisor, Company, Base
Ronald Robert unanimously agreed to City: and robber parole violator and also convicted -
Beauregard, Mildred Williams, Food Ser- Gainesville, with a base bid bid $176,405, Alt. 1 $11,760, cop games. Tompkins said the Investi-
313 Christian St., Starke, withhold payment to the con- vice Manager.. for the two schools set at Alt. 2. $7,292, Alt. 3 $10,440. gators assume the two men of
charged with forgery and tractor until! the deficiencies!
uttering a forgery, pled guilty were corrected ana approved robbery.'I
to uttering a forgery, and the by Craig Salley, board archi-

count of forgery was nolle tect.Buren ''I
prossed. He was sentenced to L. Dunavant gave an
18 months to be served consecutively explanation of funds expectedto '
be received for a Health '

Timothy Dale Roberts, Box Education Project, throughthe
288, Lawley, pled guilty to State Department of
grand larceny in the theft of Education. $5,000 is reservedfor Want to know why I
water pumps and was placedon a health coordinator's
one-year probation. salary and $7,000 for,
Bryant Edward Hankerson, materials and supplies. :
1107 E. Jenkins St., Starke Dunavant also presented an
pled guilty to breaking andentering application for $3,062 in a 100
with intent to commita per cent federally funded
misdemeanor and was School Library Project. The
placed on one year probation. funds are available through bankatRoridaNational?
Pre-sentence investigationswere ESEA Title II funds and may f
ordered for Shirley Sue be expended for new library 1yv
Smith, Winter Haven, who books and audio-visual aids
pled guilty to introducing con- and materials.Bill .
traband into the State Prison, Foister requested board ,
and James Davis Rizer, of approval for a Teacher aid "

Lake City-wha" entered a position at the Lake Butlei .. '." '. ..... .. .r" i'. '.
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guilty plea 'to.a charge'of Middle School Foister said r 'f ..: --r + .."' :tII:.. ,':. tII .......t.V.. a' "....
I grand larceny. that $6,006 had been set aside Rr 'i,. ,
Gary Hiltz, Florida State for the position. Payment of ; -
Prison, pled guilty to escape salary and fringe benefits will : : : :

I and his present had three term.years The added chargeof to be funded made from Comprehensive the federally :" i', 4' r : You've heard of a

auto theft against him was Employment Training Act, ,', : '

nolle prossed. Title VI. "d actor s doctor'! well, .:.;1"t '-V"; : ,
A new Research and :;" .
PM. Not Guilty REading Development ,!'r'f,.. "' \ ) : iJt 1 ,
The following defendants program was explained to the .' Florida National is 1 tiftl L"
entered pleas of not guilty and board by C VansEvers. If the "

trials were set for the week of Union Count application is >' .. .,'' ...
I June 9: y the State ;, t. a banker's bank. ,
Norman Easley, 920 N. Pine Department of Education ..' '
Street, Starke, breaking and $26,000 will be made availableto .1
entering with intent to commita provide for the salaries of "
.
misdemeanor. three teachers and a project /:\ It's the Old Reliable. ; :

Robert Powell, Box 383, secretary. '
Starke, aggravated assault. : :
p; ,: Bankers with real
Grady E. Sims, Jr., second Robert Best Is :
degree murder in the Jan. 9, ',: .
1975 strangulation death of $: financial know-how. ; '. '.
BHS Finalist In I
Leon Clyde Sapp at Florida ; .

State Bobby Prison.Bates, escape. And solid. ,

Eulie Rexford Ussery, Clay Coop'sYouth '..

escape, and larceny of a ;

motor Written vehicle.pleas'of not guilty Tour Why Florida National h "

were entered by the following Verle Robert Best, Bradford A ,

defendants on April 4: High School Junior, is among ; is of the banks
Hayward Nelson, Box 83, eight finalists of Clay ElectricCooperative's i r one strongest 'j,
Florahome: buying, receiving Youth Tour to '.
or aiding in concealment of nation.
stolen property; and Washington Finalists'Contest in the

possession of firearm by con- announced Friday names by the were Co- \ 'gr 1 t.I t..

victed Carrie felon.Bell King, 864 E. op's general manager, E.T. I ': { "
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Martin, after judges Thursday But '
righthere
Brownlee St., Starke, assault night made the selection they're !

with Edward intent Darrel to commit Mathos murder.of, Box contestants based on essays throughout submitted the Coop's by n Pyfi ti+ yaer! &y -' in Florida .. with roots ." ,, .

245 Starke, possession controlled 12-county service area. i ",
substance. Robbie Is the son of Mr. and
Knox Yates, 7115 that in Florida soil. .. <
Ralph Mrs. Verle Best of 762 N. Wal- i go deep \.
Road Jacksonville,
Bowen nut Street, Starke. ,
assault with intent to commit
The seven other finalists are .
murder. Patti Reighard, Judith L, : '::; FiI '.
Williard Kittles, Lawtey, Sauls and Donald Ervin :\ And that's why : :
of and
four counts forgery Triest, all of Keystone Heights $
uttering a forgery. High School; Edgar H. Calla- s Florida National is bank. ,
: my
way, Jr. of Gainesville Buch- ;
Trials May 12
holz High School; Thomas C.
L.J. Kite,
of
The trial Thompson of Gainesville High
Brooker Road Starke on two School; Cynthia M. Shoe- The older ;
assault they .
counts of aggravated maker, Interlachen High get, 1
with deadly weapon, without .-
School, and Teresa Ann Rod-
intent to kill, was set for the gers of Columbia High School. the better they look.
Four winners will be chosen
Santa Fe CollegeInformation after an oral quiz next monthin '
the CCM>>p'l home office con- -,(' :
Van ference room at Keystone ':.
Heights. The winners will ,': .... ...

Will Visit Area spend an educational week in '. ,. ... ,- :
Washington. D.C. during the 4 '
Santa Fe Community nation's Youth Week, June t- .
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College's Mobile Informationvan 13.
will be visiting the
communities listed below on ,\ .
the date and time given. U ,' : : .
The schedule Is: Monday, i" <'I :: :: : : :, .
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9-11 April a.m.21: ;Hampton Brooker, ,City Green'sStore Hall, 1. : ,'( ; I
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1-3 p.m.; Tuesday, ''r :' : v.
22 Lawtey, City HaU, i :'
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Community Center, 1:30-3:30: : : :{ ., : .;;;;

p.m.The van will be staffed with WHEN WINDS] 1'; 1 ; ....r.FLORI'DA
from the Mobile > '.'
personnel
BLOW.. /"
Information Center, a special .

service Development of Office.the Student, FRE N 7ARQSka..ad.I.n..s.t BANK. AT STARKE ", .; <"( ... "I.,' .

The staff,Richard Cain and l :'. ''' # ,. : "" ''' :'I.t.\ :'<"
Michael Wright, .will be Jefferson ',at Clark Street; Telephone: 964-7050 r;/I" ,: : > : i

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Early Release Prisoners
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Florida must face up to its Yawn took a dim view of the won't accept it," the former what portion of the term will ,
Airport Site Not Suitable For Sewer PlantDear responsibility to build prisons "sociological approach" in Bradford County judge said, actually be served."

adequate to meet demands of dealing with crime-the theory calling for a re-examination of Yawn was also sharply
Editor. the spiralling crime rate and that !it is the duty of the court the effectiveness of critical of the public defenders I

Heights Airpark, which is limits, it indicates that appro- which will be sprayed over a stop releasing hardened system not to punish the rehabilitation programs now office saying that it had
This is the first letter of my located in Bradford County. It ximately 80 per cent of the wide area. The final catch;: criminals to make room for criminal, but to "rehabili being practiced in the prison "destroyed its credibility"with
lifetime to the Editor I am a does not seem to matter to the total transmission lines cost basin for these pollutants will, others, Circuit Judge Theron tate" him. system. He pointed out that a the courts.
former builder in the immediate city fathers that the Airpark or approximately $166,000 is be Crystal Lake, the Santa Fe A. Yawn told the Starke ."You large percentage of inmatesnow '
five county area surrounding uphill and four miles away.In being spent to transport raw River Swamp and eventually Rotary Club last week. rehabilitation can't. force in prison are the most "In my experience as a
on someone who hardened circuit judge, I have yet to seethe
Bradford County sewage to the airport site. the Florida Aquifer. Should criminals, repeat
and I feel compelled to speak the engineer's February the proposed dikes fail offenders who can't be first case in which the
out on the proposed Keystone 15, 1975 addendum Number 2 Disposal of the final effluent would be pollution rehabilitated because they public defender did not ask for
even wide-t
more
Heights Sewage Treatment to the preliminary report of will be by the spray method. spread since this is the don't want to be. probation, no matter how '
January 1973, the total sewage Surface waters from the major the that had I
Plant location. I live on spray County Agents serious crime
recharge area for the Florida By
Brooklyn Lake and have transmission line costs are area can drain directly into The speaker also criticizedthe been committed," the speaker''' '"
perty on Crystal Lake. pro- estimated at $208,000. Since Crystal Lake on the one side Aquifer. 1'"' Division of Corrections for said i (

there are a total of 25,540 feet and into the Santa Fe River Crystal Lake, which is Notebook Bobby f granting early releases : Yawn I told of.
Judge one'
Keystone Heights with a of transmission lines called Swamp on the other side. The spring-fed, has no surface out Taylor without authority to inmates
instance in the
JLfc which
total of 377 sewage customers for in their Jan. 23, 1973 preliminary Keystone Heights Quadrangle flow and since the level of the L. : 'serving split sentences. He defender asked that a public def- "'
proposes to build a 1.7 million engineering report, confirms the direction of sur- lake varies considerably now ; I '-- said that O. J. Keller, nedant convicted of
shootinga
dollars sewage treatment system and since there are approximately face water drainage. Nutri- always consistent with secretary of Health and
area
with the treatment plantto 4,500 feet of trans- ents and viruses are concen- rainfall, it is reasonable to talked about our Bradford Maxville. Since much of our Rehabilitative Services, woman with a shotgun, be,
be located at the Keystone mission lines within the city trated in the final effluent assume that this lake has County Fair last week and :county area is in forest which currently has ad- placed on probation because
close connections with underground emphasized the value of suchan production, it was good to see ministrative responsibilitiesover he shot her with bird shot, .j
water -. activity from the stand- that every bit of a harvested the prison system had instead of buck shot. it
supplies.
Point(: [ ; of(: view........................................................ point of people with many pine tree was being utilized. denied such early releases Discussing the problem of
The latest proposed locationof different interests working We saw a large crane unload a had been made But Yawn youth involvement in crime:
the sewer system is imme- and visiting together. This log truck in one pass. The logs said he was aware of three Yawn said the average age of
diately adjacent to a section of promotes a spirit of friendship had been sheared and de- cases in Alachua County defendants in court is 22'21
r Highway No. 100 that has sev- and cooperation that should limbed in the forest by where early releases had been years that seldom is the age
No Way Mr. KellerThe eral times in the past been benefit our total area. ,,another large machine that granted without authority of over 30, and rarely over 40{ .
flooded and closed to traffic at turned the standing tree into a the court.
least once. I attended a meeting last saw-log in a matter of "Rehabilitation should start\
week in Clay County that had seconds, Split sentences allow judgesto when the child is in his loi 5
It would seem that the city similar benefits for County ;' send offenders to prison fora mative years, and not after he
suggestion of Health and admitted that he had never visited the fathers would look for a closer ,Agents in the Northeast it Once the log was unloaded, designated term followed bya gets into prison",the speaker
Rehabilitative Services Secretary 0. J. Camp Blanding site. Had he done so, he in location that could save i Florida District. Jesse was immediatley sawed to period of probation. If the said. "It is easy to single out,

Keller that he would like to use part of would have recognized the impracticability thousands of taxpayers 'Godbold, Clay County Agent correct lengths to produce offender violates his parole, the child who will give trouble'

the Camp Blanding military reservationto of his suggestion even if dollars. Indeed, the very ,'was our host as we toured most timber.valuable The and useable he is sent back to prison to in later years by his attitude in ".
expensive forced pumping i several agricultural log was then serve the remainder of the the home and at school..Why
house prisoners until the property were available. The automatically de-barked.
pressure eases The sentence originally don't have
uphill pipeline will actually on the state's prison system is as half- problem of maintaining security at a begin just a few hundred feet, bark was diverted to a sifter. the judge. try to turn the child around ,.1|
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baked as many other ideas coming out of prison site with almost two miles of open from an available 87 acre Our first stop wasGustafson's grinder to make marketable while his character is still in
HRS in recent months. lake front staggers the imagination. It is tract reasonably priced that : Dairy where we other mulch for ornamentals The and Yawn said he had stopped the formative stage?" Judge
would be suitable for saw over 5,000 cows being crops. stripped log using split sentences after Yawn asked.
difficult to imagine Kingsley Lake with the highly loca lion. Close I milked twice daily. We were was then conveyed to an learning of the unauthorized In this connection he
sewer plant
The reaction of Florida's Adjutant its entire east side enclosed behind a to Commercial Circle 131a able to follow the operationfrom automatic chipper saw. releases. "A sentence, as blamed the lack of disciplinein

General Henry W. McMillan to Mr. chain link fence with armed guards acres are also available and the milking parlor to From this saw came pulps such, is absolutely the home andat, school, and
Keller's few hundred feet. Without for" fresh packaged milk, and meaningless under the the of courts
suggestion was prompt and posted every both locations are ideal chips boards of lumber. leniency some for.
precise: such maximum security measures land ponding. 'j chocolate milk, buttermilkand The chips were shipped by rail present system Yawn said. the high incidence of juvenile
ice An
cream. interesting "Judges today have no idea
and truck to a pulp mill for delinquency today,
inmates would be organizing"swim- With Keystone Height'sextremely i side-light was their facility for .
"To my knowledge no one in the outs" or making their escape by boat good sand soil conditions i making their own containers lumber paper products.were The boards then of .........................!....,................ ..M...........,

Division of Health and Rehabilitative instead of the time-honored method of it is questionable wheI I from!, pellets of plastic. automatically sized and r

Services: has contacted anyone in the concealing themselves under the hoodsor ther central there sewer is any system real need at all.fora One of the biggest concernsof graded before being places in tLW? cc (! ECf: LL' ecc I [(Ic.reu I IIn

Florida Military Department about the in the trunks of motor vehicles. If the taxpayers are to be pay- the dairy at the present a drying oven for 72 hours.

matter. Had they done so they would ing for 40 years on this time (besides the high costs of II
pro- previous articles have Whalls .
and the retail we in this statement
have been told that the Camp Blanding With prisoners on the base General ject, it should be held to a 'production milk( is proper disposal priceof of boards From the were drying moved over to, the a been talking about the mental is that unique an alcoholic is

reservation is conveyed by Federal law McMillan said the Military Departmentwould diate minimum both as to imme- j water and manure. Looks like planer before being treated aspects of the disease of alco- invited to SHAKE in the experience -

to the State Armory Board for military fear for the security of National replacement cost maintenance costs of and the they are able to dischargeclean ,with a preservative and holism. This is a three-fold of recovery. A new

purposes and explicitely prohibits the Guard personnel as well as expensive future. water from their assorted into stacks of graded, disease; it is partly physical, member realizes that I the in\'itation i-\
milking barns and holding ready to use lumber. partly mental, and partly has been (extended und
and materiel.In
of of equipment .
use any part Camp Blanding for In a broad sense, the Keystone areas while they recover large spiritual. We have discussedthe that he is invited to share as,
anything' other than military purposes. Heights City Councilman amounts of manure to Be Its good to see outstanding physical and mental an equal. not as (in,..inferior
The law contains a reverter clause a talk before a local civic club last have an obligation to all 'efficiently used ,on their agricultural operations phases of the disease includ- human being He( isix>lferc>d

providing that if the property ceases to week. Circuit Judge Theron A. Yawn Federal taxpayers to spend allm I pastures. anywhere, especially those ing treatment in each phase. understanding equality, and

be used for military purposes it will said that Florida must face up to the monies wisely since nearly Another that utilize all by-products There are many who believe an already-proven. way out:
interesting and without waste or pollution.. We that alcoholism is mostly, a
half of the cost of this projectis
revert to the Federal government." responsibility of building adequate to be financed by a grant:; .informative stop on the tour have this kind of agriculturein moral issue. In this respect, This being 'treated as an
prisons rather than housing inmates in from the Farmer's Home Administration .I* for me was a visit to Coastal our country, too I'll reporton formalized religion has equal IS'something new to a
More than 10,000 National Guardsmentrain temporary,facilities or turning them out ,which comes Lumber Company near these in later articles. always been able to reach a still-suffering alcoholic. In-

at Camp Blanding during the on the streets in order &o make room for' directly from-the'\.Federal l'li::1,:'! \': t, +?l a'g,,1 <' i<{ 8 iP\'l: 8 4" .... *. few alcoholics and when: this varlallleiothersnave) tried .to.,
Treasury and, as well occurs it is wonderful. t e he1Nlm, j! :1 heS't>,rr.s': ; M M.n
felons. you
sunbmer .
encampment period and some incoming ; .. know, all citizens, not just FORESTRY only problem down throughthe have,U/iedlpholH/ / him may.b.v ." ,
units are the facilities almost his hfs h iisl
using \ Heights residents centuries has been that family minister'
weekend General McMillan has been asked Keystone Ih1'.I.I.\IC..1\ few alcoholics could find doctor, and I lends: These
every during the year. In fact to taxes into the Federal BRADFORD 1'ul'lnltI..I.j.. very .
pay 1
there are no facilities at the camp that prepare a report for the Governor's Treasury. J, I I I IN. a. COUNTY their answers in religion. others, no matter how 'badly

are not being regularly used by the office concerning the feasibility of Mr.Keller's 1:': 1 far the they wanted to help, ,ha\e
We ask only that they .., By most successful invariably given the alcoholic
Guardsmen, according to General proposal. Judging from theGeneral's IIIt, to the disease
of
the
choose a location other than ? The Blackwater River EnvIronmental advantage of a broad varietyof approach impression that he is ai,
McMillan. The few permanent buildings comments this week the the Keystone Heights Airpark.? Center in west ecological field activities. alcoholism in the history of inferior human bcing,,:This ,putt!

t that still remain there are inadequateeven report will show in no uncertain terms Florida near Crestview, Basic residence accommodations mankind has been through the "hv, when members ,pt'A.A..""I,

for present needs.In that no part of Camp Blanding is L. K.WhiteheadWHO'S offers to Florida high school are provided by three program A.A.'s of Alcoholics track record Anony invite him to SHARE the,
mous. as
available now or in the future for the :1:1Dear' ',.and middle school students dormitories, a dining hall, compared with other methodsof experience the of recovery,as ant ,,4,|
alcoholic
throwing out his feeler Mr. Keller housing of prisoners. TO BLAME :, each summer a series of kitchen and a large teaching recovery from alcoholism equal responds positively, maybe usually ,
:week-long environmental pavilion. Excellent facilitiesarea
Editor: c cI workshops. The workshops available for recreation speaks for itself. for the first time' in.\ ,many. .

am concerned about the. are under the supervision of during time-off periods. Why has Alcoholics Anony- years.

youths of our city and I would graduate foresters of the Divi- mous been more successfulthan This idea of sharing started, t:
I I. appreciate it if you would sion of Forestry, Florida Science students, and others other programs? Why and was put into action. In' 'J
interested should consider
Whose Bare Bones ? print my letter to try and,iJ, Department of Agricultureand I taking advantage of this does the A.A. program free to 19:15, by one of the co-founders' tl'
make parents see the light. Consumer Services and learning The cost all, succeed when other programs of A.A., Bill W. He was alonein
opportunity.
rely on the of a high millionsof
provision some costing
a strange city, shaken and
People complain that kids level field per student for a week is $45,
of experiences and dollars not
are
Faced with 15 good and do but 75 cents for health and nearly so frightened, and concludedthat
too many principals the present top principals assistant are no nothing "hands-on" activities to afford plus successful? Why does neatly his only hope of maintain
into trouble. Well believe accident Students
school administration and school board principals and directors were :get the students opportunities coverage. every alcoholism program ing his present hard-won'I
that this is not but
must furnish their
tailed! Tuesday night to save a $15,600 reassigned on the recommendation of unfair. Youths only only wrong bad of knowing more about to the own Center.transportation A- that has any degree of success sobriety was to talk to and try'to

principal's salary by replacing an annual Supt. Temple and action by the school when they have nothing go Interesting how to look at an ecosystem.The limited number of environ- at all invariably use A.A. prin- help another alcoholic As'

contract (AC) principal with a higher board.A to occupy their time. subject, a forest ecosystem mentally interested teachersare ciples usually and content philosophy to call itself, and an is far recorded as I know instance; that where is the first'

paid administrator with tenure. Both the If parents would show more is divided into five'' invited to attend at no fee "A.A. orientated" program? alcoholic consciously and deliberately one.

board and administration ignored the built-in self defense mechanism of an interest in what their major components: Soil, Air charge. It is quite logical to assume turned to another'

obvious. seemed to be at work Tuesday night as children were doing the child Water 'Animals and Plants. Civic groups and environ- that if one method alcoholic not to'drunk with,
administrators defended each other and would be less likely tQ look for Each investigated of these components Is mental organizations may proaching a problem yields but to stay sober with:' '

Instead the school board were defended by the administrationwhen trouble. and in their independently wish to sponsor an outstand-- noticeably better results than
approved relationship with Bill
W.
then that method talked to Doctor
I to attend the others must
went to the first meeting of ing young person
Supt. Temple's recommendations down a position came under the eye of the "Parents Youth each other.. Small groups of workshop. Garden clubs, contain some unique factor Bob, identity was 'easy.to es

the line except for some token opposition the school board. Once they were Organization", and was students or individuals in- banks, businesses PTA's and that sets it apart and forms tablish, because they were ''
over where to place two high reappointed the administrators then shocked to see only 11 people vestigate environmental features of each others might promote the basis of its superiority.What both alcoholics." They, ',"
there. Here the organization is component in scholarship funds for deserving constitutes this uniqueness SHARED their experience ,llI'<
their
paid continuing contract pushed to retain assistants.
(CC) ad the forest
using tasks
planned
trying to get things going for and interested students. in Alcoholics Anonymous strength and hope, because *\
ministrators. Cutting an AC principalwas the kids of Starke, so they', each task elaborating an eco ? they had "walked in the same '*
never suggested. Slots were juggled until the board had won't be bored all summer logical principle. Students are The schedule for students shoes. This is still true when.'.'
eliminated half a position saving and the parents can't even trained in using testing tools having completed the 10th This uniqueness exists in ever a new member comes

One of the high paid duo was assigned perhaps 6000. but all the ad- give up a little of their time to and tional to develop good observa- grade and above by June 1975 are several more areas difficult, but these to describe areas into A.A. Identity is easy to
techniques. Field Girls June 22-28
is
only : July establish, because the'
what could do other
: see they to i
half time as a guidance counselor and the ministrators recommended by Supt. keep their kids off the streets.help?|!leaders a.re present for gui- 13-19,August 10-16. Boys,June than they would appear at A.A. members have walked
other half-time as a teacher The second Temple were still there. Though *| dance and on-the-scene dis- 15-21, July 6-12, August 3-9 first. There is no "party line," the alcoholic way the same as
i I' high salaried director will be a half-time assignments and slots were changed, it'sa I hope that the parents ofij f I cussions. Students having completedthe no official doctrine to which the newcomer; ,

4' teacher and half-time assistant ad good bet the administrators will be Starke youths, the parents of 7th 8th, or 9th grades by the members subscribe, and -O.WM.Bradford .
( all youths for that matter will In the evenings the staff June Girts no creed that they recite.
1975
only: July 27-
ministrator. doing next year essentially the same wake up and realize that their and students have give-and- August 2. Boys, July :UKib.:.! Whatever I write or say is
things they are doing now. children need things to do to take discussions on views and totally a personal statement, FFA
i.
But the pair because of their tenure, occupy their time or they will man and the environment.The For additional information and is not intended as official
long of experience and One became exhausted with the turn to doing wrong just to open-ended discussionsare contact your County Environ- "A.A. doctrine." I can only
years
J degrees have something to do. keyed to why are you mental Supervisor-Coordin tell about the program, and Competes In ,
will earn the same salary they did full futility of the board's action. In view of
as here; awareness, sensitivity, star, or write: Bureau of how it appears to me.
time administrators. It'makes for the Supt. Temple's purported "bare bones" From what I could see, the action and consequences of Forest Education, Division of District ContestBradford I

two highest paid teachers in the county.In budget the school board doesn't seem as "Parents is YouthOrganization" *1 being in an environment; a Forestry Collins Building The closest thing to a
only con- of in his
brief history man
Tallahassee, Fla. 32304. Your
concerned about saving money on the cerned with the youths of' environment the varieties of description of Alcoholics
the process used to reappoint administrative level as it does at the Starke and their well being earth's environments; value county or district office of the Anonymous is contained In the Sr FFA fhipleK
; of Florida
Division
administrators it became apparent that teaching level where purse strings will but they need the parents' judgments; and where do you Forestry of Agricultureand "A.A. Preamble," which is participated In the District
administrators (principals and directors) undoubtedly tighten: Apparently not projects to organize any go From here? Department Consumer Services also read at most A.A. meetings. .FFA. contests held, in Mac<
for the children. The first sentence reads as Benny on Friday, .April I II 'and'4'+'
are not hired the one of the dozen and has information and application -
on same basis as or so principals The Blackwater follows: "Alcoholics Anony- 12 ,tiThe $'
teachers. The last hired was not the first administrators present saw the I think it's time that parents ironmental Center River is a Division Env-- forms for students. mous is a fellowship of men

to go. Tenure was given no weight in possibility of replacing some annual showed a little more interest of Forestry facility and women who share their chapter competed in,

assigning jobs though it can't be contract personnel with an available too in helping much to their ask children.of a parent If it's to ,"located: on 900 acres of forest with experience each other, strength that and hope contests procedure of tractor parliamentary driving

I ignored on the pay scale. veteran thus saving $15,600 salary. donate a little time to help land. Designed and built to solve their common they problemand may and publiC' speaking. ,'J"I
keep their vouths off the serve as a summer environ- help others from
recover
I The board had+four annual contract $15,600 is a beginning principal'ssalary kids.streets, then I feel sorry for, ,'mental Center is studies well situated workshop to,take the alcoholism." Contestants on the parliamentary -

administrative slots into which the two but it would be nearly two procedure team
I L tenured principals could have been teachers or four aides. Too little con- that Parents when you find out were Andy and David Bald-

moved. In another. year some of those cern is being paid those who work wrong your doings child, don't is involved put the in i' 2pQ1 ree Miller, Becky Zed Hutching.Hamilton Tommy

four principals and assistant principals directly in the classroom with students. entire blame on him or her. If' INCE 1879- Roger Bennett. Barry White-and

may gain tenure making it impossible Make no mistake, there will be fewer they had a place to go and 'trili head entered the tractor driving

-. for the board to take the step which it teachers and even fewer aides in decent chances things of them to do, maybe the' p4 contest.
.
getting into
r: Ignored this. week. Thus more administrators Bradford classrooms next year. There trouble would be eliminated. Baker

.. will be permanently affixed will be fewer supervisory personnel a Parents, if you care about* Parliamentary County placed first in

because of tenure. source of assistance for teachers. your children, then get In-' Tt 0 BOB G. FERGUSON.;:JOHN M MILLER Interlachen second procedurewith and
volved and see what Publishers
you can Bradlord third. The
' tractor
In a year when the board should be If priorities continue to be placed as do your to help children.this program to helps Published each Thursday and entered as second Clan Matter at the Post Office at Starke Fla, under Act was won ,by Interlachen with

/ looking to save money when the board they are now, it will be'the students who THEY NEED 'of March 3, 1879 Bradford second and Baker
PARENTS! Subscription rate in trade area: *6 3.50 six third. In public
voices its concern about having to cut will receive the brunt of the "barebones" per year: months speaking, the
Mrs.Joyce Packer Outside trade area: .7 per year: M.OO six months Interjachen! Chaper placed
teachers and aides all but one of the budget. Phone 954-8308 first: Baker County uiix
Starke Starke Fla.
Fla. second and Lake Butler third.

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES I and Mrs. Mack Sweat, of family, and Mrs.MainesGriffis Donald Wilkison were Sunday are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence' chua General Hospital, '
Church of God Sunday Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Les and children, of dinner guests of their parents Scoggins of Starke, and Mr: Gainesville, Thursday night. 1
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- McClellan.Mrs. Palatka, were Sunday dinner by Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs\' B.L. Wilkison and Mrs. James Waters are Mrs. Burney Dobbs of Jack- J
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE Loca Raulerson spent guests of their mother, Mrs. Sr the parernal grandparents.Miss sonville, visited her in-laws
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Monday and Tuesday with her Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Mrs. Pierce Crews was a W.S. Crews of Jacksonville, Sandra Dobbs won a Mr. and Mrs.\ Arlie Dobbs, on
Faith Baptist Church i son-in-law and,daughter, Mr. Boch and Lynn. Prescott and family of Kings- Monday and Tuesday guest of visited his mother, Mrs. scholarship from Sears Roebuck Saturday.Mr. .
Radio Program over WPXE and Mrs. John Broward, John Shuford was a Sunday ley Lake were Sunday dinner her brother-in-law and sister, Pierce Crews, on Thursday.She for being an outstanding and Mrs. Gene Pearson
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Tommy and Theron of Jacksonville dinner guest of his grand- guests of their parents, Mr. Mr and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, went home with him and student. and the Camp children took
School 10 a.m. Worship services mother, Mrs. Lois Carter. >and Mrs. Leonard Norman of Worthington Springs. While he brought her home on Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearsonand Mrs. Camp to the airport in
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Randall Reddish of the State Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley and the Carl Normans there they attended the First Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank Jacksonville, where she
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Farm,spent the weekend with visited their brother, A.J. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moore Christian Church in Lake day.Mr.. and Mrs. Charley Mos- Camp visited Mrs.John Tye in caught a plane for Dallas,
1:30: p.m. Bible Study. his grandparents, Mr. and Mosley, in the hospital at and family of Lake City were Butler. ley and family of Highland, Alachua General Hospital Texas where she will take spe- I
Out of town visitors for the Mrs. Lex McClellan.Mr. Green Cove Springs,on Satur- Saturday dinner guests of ther Mr. and Mrs. David Albert were Sunday dinner guests of Gainesville, Wednesday night. cial training for her job.
25th Anniversary of the and Mrs. Paul Dinkins day.Mr. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and son, of Jacksonville their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee ,
Church on April 4, 5, and 6, and David, of St. Augustine, .and Mrs. Floyd Norman Carl Prevatt. visited their parents, Mr. andMrs Lonnie Teston. Jr., and family were Sunday attended a dinner party at the
were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis spent the weekend with their and son, of Jacksonville Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Kuleskl Milo Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Watersare dinner guests of their parents, home of Mr and Mrs Robert .
Boyer and Mr. and Mrs. Gast parents, Mr and Mrs. Carl and Mrs. Charles Gault and ,and son, of San Mateo, spent Saturday afternoon. the proud parents of a Mr.and Mrs. O,J. Boyette Sr., Whetsel of Keystone Heights, I
of Hollywood; Elder John Carter, and Mrs. P.L. daughter, of Middleburg, Mr. the weekend with their uncle Mrs. Gloria Rowe and baby girl born April 11 in St. of Lake City. honoring Miss Lynn Bechem,
Cross and family, Covington, Dinkins. and Mrs Junior Austin Mr. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Barry children, Mrs. Sheri Griffis Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee of Jacksonville who will be
Ga.' Miss Sarah Hogue, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and Mrs. Frederick Prescott, Watts and Barry Lee. and baby, and Mr. and Mrs. Maternal grandparents visited Mrs. John Tye in Ala- married on Saturday, April 19. "
Ocala; Harold Blackmon, ,
Belleview; Elder Frank t.
Ellerker, Branford Mr. and
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Mrs. Paul Griffis, Keystone USDA INSP. W-D BRAND PURE SAVE ,
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Mils Elder,Yarborough Jacksonville.and Mrs. E.W.and Hall Mr.of \ Beef
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the Church on Sunday, April '
13. He brought the morning A
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and imprinted with school $ COLA
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i \'hlld'steachers for a detailedl'xplullation LB. 0 PKG. PLUS $429Tuiiit
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have received a copy of the
ihild's scores and the school

administration wont to explain and any teachers area of DARK MEAT

desire the lest further on which information.parents ROAST BEEF PATTIES DETERGENT I

Monday, April 28, will be a ,
I teacher planning day and' .- .- .- .-- .., 4" >'If .. ".. '",(I> '1 ,. ... .. ..*j .. .. 'j
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National Library Week is r rT

April being Elementary observed 14-18. School Exploring at the Library Lawtey the 99 99

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day Beach evening of Jacksonville. on Fri- Strip Steak . LB $179 Catsup . 3 ''AS: $100 Green Beans 4 CANS' $1 BORDEN Clam HEATH Platter BARS 2 V-. $100 1 }j

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.McClellan. SLICED THRIFTY MAID HARVEST FRESH WINESAP, WESTERN AUNT JEMIMA f'

nephew Mrs. Mae and Wells niece visited, Mr. and her Bologna . V Ip2 69C Pork & Beans 4 CANS' 88C Apples . 4 BAG LB 99c' French Toast. :PKa: 69C

Mrs. Fred Barthlow, of Mid- 'W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF EYE MUELLER'S ELBOW U S No.I VENT VUE FREEZER QUEEN BEEF & GRAVY TURKEY & GRAVY. SLICED

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Wells' sister, and their
mother, Mrs. Ruth Barthlow, I
of Jacksonville. 1-LB. CAN ASTOR OR E
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shear, Ga., called on her 1
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Sunday afternoon. PEARS CORN
Earl Phillips of Jackson-
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'Mrs. O.J. Phillips visited her Limit, 1 of choice w/$7.5O or more purchase excl cig*. d

sister-In-law Phillips, of Macclenny Miss Debbie, on

Thursday Mr. and of Mrs.last Steve week.Peters J

and family, and Mr. and Mrs. J i
Gary Coldwell and family, of 229.0. 881 10 89 {
Gallion, Ohio are guests of

Rev.Brad.Miss and Dorothy Mrs. John Swanbom Steitz and and 1-LB. EARS ,

Mrs. Walter Martin were Sun- ,
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Mrs. Sidney Hansen.
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home Friday after a visit with BATH TISSUE
her son and daughter-in-law, DINNERS
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins
and David, of St. Augustine

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Waldo.Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davies $ $ I

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spent parents the, Mr.weekend and Mrs.with their B,F. 29-oz. 2-ROLL 3 11-01.' w_

McCulley and Da\'id. CANS PKGS. PKGS.. };:n-R!

Graham Mr.and Mrs.visited Phil Eunice!: their of .

{parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold .
Kunitc: Friday evening.
Mrs. Ronnie McClellan, .
Paul and Daren, of Vidalia, ......, .'t. .., : '

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8 Records Broken At BHS InvitationalEight




meet records fell in Invitational which was held on 100 Yd Dash: Old record, were set in a little less than
the 8th annual Bradford High the same day. At least eight of 10.0 by Busby, Lake City; new half of the total number of
Invitational Track and Field the teams invited to Bradford record, 9.9 by Paige, Baker events.
Meet held on the Bradford attended the meet in Gaines- County.
e track last Saturday, April 12, ville instead. Bradford thinclads ranked
with the Tornadoes finishing a Long Jump: Old record, in fifth place after the day's
distant fifth. Despite the turnout of expected 21'2.5" by Solomon, Orange competition with outstanding
schools, the day was a Park; new record, 21'3" by performances by at least
North Marion won the meet huge success for those who did Sampson, N. Marion. three of the team members.
with 9'j.S points, edging by a participate. Eight of the meet Milton Baker tied the meet w J
strong Palatka South's 93 records, established over the Triple] Jump: Old record, high jump record but ended in
point performance after past seven years were out. 40'10'< by Henry, Bradford; second place. He cleared 6'4"
South's first place in the 880 done by the visiting athletesand new record, 42'4.5"Patterson, before going over to place
another tied. i: ; 44
was .,
finish N. Marion.
relay was disqualified second in the triple jump witha ri
because a baton was exchanged "Even though the turnout 41'9"leap Baker also ran on 1. Ewa'
440 Yd. Dash: Old record, the Bradford 440 relay team
wasn't as good as I had hoped
as 5i@Q&
out of which
cost South 10 points.zone, South I felt the day was an overall 50.5 by Burcley, Orange Park; which placed fifth.
new record 50.2 by Fullwood,
dropped a baton in the mile success said Coach Howard
Palalka South. Sheldon Hodge also had an
while the results
relay in its own invitationaland tallied. were being Sprint Medley; Old record, excellent day. Hodge crossedthe
!' -: North Marion won that 2.02.5 min, Bradford; new finish line of the 440 yd.
meet earlier. "The. entire meet ran record 2.01.1 by Buchholz. run in a time that was under s i Sn j f ,NA r
440 Yd. 43.6 Palatka the old meet record but
and the Relay: still
North Marion has been smoothly
..::1-' competitionwas
last lough." As for the new South, lied by Eastside. placed second. His time was rSheldon
on strong
coming year
This shows that records 50.3 seconds. then
and so far this year. Tornado records, "It was outstanding new Hodge!!! ran
Milton Baker is a bit frustrated after he scratched on this Coach Grover Howard to see that many of the meet
picks the finish Ine! of the
here
attempt in the triple lump. Baker placed second in the event records broken in Hodge is seen crossing
Raiders
the to win the Big Sun one day. 440 yd.dash in a time of 50.3 seconds that broke the old meet
with a distance of 41'9"Bradford Conference with a strong There were a couple I haled to record by 0.2 seconds.on .
challenge coming from see go (referring to those pre-
Palatka South and Eastside of viously held by Bradford students -
Golfers Gainesville. ) but it is great to see. ele3rttg1SPORTS r the sprint medley team High Jump: 2)) linker ii'4";
such an accomplishment' ." which placed sixth and the 440 1'loHigh Hurdles: 4)) Ul'1I15.0;
relay team that placed filth Mile Hun: 3)) Paterson 4.31.6!) ;
Eastside third here
was
The newly established Larry Paterson rVcordcd a Shot Put: 4) Berry 44.11.5; 440
Sink EastsideBy Saturday with 70 points records were. in the following 4.39.6 minute mile that was Yd Dash: I lodge 50.3; :330:
Baker High was fourth with 52
events: one of his best runs of the year Intermediate Hurdles: Bell
Bradford fifth
points. High High Jump: Old record, 6'4" and placed third only 2 42.8: 81)0) Yd Hun: Dean 2.10.5;
with 36.5, Orange Park sixth
held by Barnes from Baldwin; seconds behind the winner. Triple Jump: Baker 41'9".
with 34,Buchholz seventh with
33 StrokesBradford new record, 6'5.5" by Brightman -
31, St. Augustine eighth with
from Eastside
The results of the Bradford
27, and Gainesville ninth with
one point. Shot Put: Old record 48'9" team were:

golfers had their Herres scored two birdiesfor by Guy, Palatka South; new
conference playoffs rained out the day, one on the par Twenty schools had been record, 49'2", Wells, Palatka
Friday but Monday (April 14)), three, lath hole after he hit the invited to the big event and South. ;
they washed up Eastside by 33 green on the tee shot and then less than half reported. Coach 220 Yd Dash: Old Record Union Thinclads Place
strokes in a match played in sank a putt from about 40 feet Grover Howard of the Brad- 22.7 by King. Palatka South
out. The other was on the ;
Gainesville.The par- ford tracksters attributed the new record,22.5
by McKnight,
four 16th hole. Herres
chippedto
poor show to the P.K. Yonge Eastside.
overwhelming victorywas the green on his second
led by David Gaines who stroke and then sank a three '.' Oth In P.K.. Young MeetUnion
shot a three-over-par 39. Both foot putt. ,
Matt Herres and Bobby Pat 4J ); cJ:
All of the other Bradford
terson followed with 41's and ...t
numberone starters birdied one hole each. Shot 440 Dash 3)) Highland 53.5.'
Ed Watts, usually the County thinclads Put 4)) Sirmones
had The team's overall recordnow 330 LII I 4)) Thomas 44.9.
man on the team, a placed tenth in the P.K.Yonge 43.2.5.
bad day and ended with a 44.' stands at 12-5 and was Invitational held on Saturday, High Jump 5)) Thomas 880 Hun 1)) Stoutamore
built up by a nine game / April 12, and then on Monday, 5'U", 2.11.2; 3)) Cummings 2.15.4.
The Eastside score was led winning streak.Conference April 14, placed second Spring Medley 2)) 2.07.5
by their number one man playoffs have against Jasper and Branford 880 Run-4)Stoutamore 2.06. King, Smith, Perry, Brooks.
Lonsberry, who shot a 44. trM On the 220 Dash I 1)) Sirmones 23.0.
been re-scheduled for this fl e1/1Na in a meet held in Lake Butler. Monday Lake Butler
Friday, April 18, still to be "We took only ten boys over team hosted a meet and fell to Shot Put 3) Sirmones I s
-- held in Ocala. to Gainesville on Saturdayand second place with 58.5 points, 43.2.5; 4)) Smith 41.0. rt- ?gYt gAl

did exceptionally well by behind Jasper, with 70 points.
$1 0000 "We'll have to play better scoring 14 points, said coach The third place spot was Discus 4)) Sirmones 1075.
than we have been for the past Terrell Bass of the Union covered by Branford with 50.5 High Jump 2)) Thomas
couple of weeks if we want Jo track team. points.. 511".
REWARD win in the conference," says The results for Lake Butler Pole Vault 3)) Richardson .,
coach Warney Adkinson. / Saturdays meet hosted 27 were: 9'4"; 4)) Dukes 9'0", *
Major opposition to the team schools, most of which are
StOO reward offered for information comes from Ocala who beat ry M I much larger than Union 120 HH 1)) Thomas 16.3. The team now has a long
needed for BUS earlier in a match held in County High. 100 Yd.Dash-1)) Smith 10.2; break to get ready for the Con-
arrest and conviction of Ocala. "We've never playedthe \ swh The results for the Union 2)) Sirmones 10.2. ference playoffs that are set
party or parties involved in back nine in Ocala so that : L runners were: Mile Run 1)) Stoutamore for )Friday, April 25. The meet
theft of a 1969 Certified gives, them.0little' ...advantage. I 880 Relay 3)) Brooker, 4.56.3; 2)) Blackwelder 5.00. will be held on the Lake Butler Ricky Johns flags his team
boat trailer; 1* to 21 feet FCoach Adkinson says. |: Sflit" Perry, Sirmones, 1.34, : 880 Relay) 1.33.1 Brooker, track and will begin at :2 p.m. 'mate and waits for the baton
long, galvanized,', tandentr: ':.f'or-1he conference: .tourm -yn I"mmutes.i *"*" Smith': Perry.'Sirmones. The meet will host six schools. 4n>.ttw 10o-ydrelay; ..
Trailer was removed from 'C-menf: the golfers'will play all .4l ,, I;h ..
Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports 18 holes. i
sometime between Thurs- After the conference contest ,
day and Sunday nights, the team will face a heavily i "Men's Softball League Neais And Activities From

April 1013. scheduled week. On Monday, /
April 20. the golfers travel to- 1 I THE RECREATION CENTER
Department Please phone,Starke Bradford Police Orange Park.They play at the Will Hold TournamentStarke .
Starke Golf and Country Clubon
Jimmy County Moore's Sheriff's Sun Office, or Tuesday, April 21, in a -- The Recreation Departmentwill should bring their own

9645791. Sportsat match against Macclenny and Bradford high jumper Rudolph Lennon looks the situationover men's Softball leaguewill The 12 teams entered in the again sponsor a Begin- rackets, but rackets are
on Wednesday April 22, available to those that do not
Tennis Class for Adults.
Invitational will ning
before hold a competition come from
clearing this 6'0 lump that for pre-season
gained tie
fifth
road this a
they're on the again place. Tournament this week- throughout the North-Florida, Sessions will begin the weekof have one.
I time to Lake City. end on Friday, April 18 thru South-Georgia area. April 28 and will be held in The class will be limited to
the morning only, two days 12 people. Please call the
J Sunday April 20 at the West- Adaire Landscaping of
side ball park. Orlando, which ranked 7th in each week for six weeks. Recreation Department and
The action will get under the National tournaments for The classes are designed for recommend the days that you
Celebrates Their way on Friday night at 7:15: the Mens Open Slow Pitch the beginner with little or no would like to see the sessions
Mustang for the experience. held as they will be held on the
with 12 teams signed division last year, will be
competition. Four games will among the top contenders. A small fee will be chargedto days that the majority recom
be played on Saturday Other teams competing will offset expenses. Students mends.
beginning at 8:30: a.m. Sun- be: Tompson Sporting Goods
day's games will begin at out of Savannah Georgia, who
12:45: p.m. with the finals ranked number 2 in the
scheduled at 3:30.: National tournament for the
The double elimination Class A Slow Pitch decision; f :? ;
tournament will host one local Cannon Welding of Jackson
ball club. Pineair's Green ville,who also competed in the
national tournaments; and 10IJOjr RED TAG SALE
Machine. Two leading playerson Green Brothers, also from
the Green Machine are Jacksonville, who won the
With H FabulousThese Donald Falcon, former foot- Palatka Invitational last SAVEUPTO40NOWrGUARDIAN
ball star of BHS, and Danny weekend.
McKinney, a young BHS gra- This tournament is the first GRASS MASTER WHIRLWIND,
e duate who was voted Most of about ten tournaments that 21" No. 20660 21" No. 21610 21" No.
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ti ti 5 % Tax Rebate' On I State Science ContestsFive 11LEA lI"ERS 11' Reg.' '4.e Gal.

i Bradford students won Christopher, Benita Franklin, LARGE 811E' $1981
awards at the Florida State Phillip (P.J.) Jenkins, Diana 2
, Science and Engineering Fair Nelson, and Diane Yawn. Gal.
t Every Home On I Mustangs Lot and Talent Search which was Darla Christopher is the
held on April 9-12, at Jacksonville youngest of the group and a Large Selection Of Favorite
tJ J Beach. i sophomore at BHS The rest of
I See Alice Today At All five students partici- the group are seniors.
pated in the Talent Search Phillip Jenkins also won a ( Bulk VegetableSeeds
" portion of the fair in which ,trip to Cape Kennedy to view
" they were required to give an the "Viking 2" launch sche-
, MUSTANG MOBILE I : HOME I oral presentation of their duled for August 1975. The lOIIIA GARDEN
project in addition to the trip was one of five awardedby
'
dis daq. NASA to students whose : UT CENTER'
Each of the five projectswas projects showed interest in the
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'after the competition. Results of an Ionic Propelled aM S .
'The winners were: Darla Engine."


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April 17. If 75 Page 13


Nine Lose Two Big: Games I 1 Union Nine Loses To GHS ,",'.,. )


In a tough week of play and moved to second duringthe Johnny Nichols came to the I lei; But Wins Over Chiefland j
.' Bradford baseballers had bad ball handling of the plate and squeezed Bright I ,
their game on Friday can- Green Cove defense. With home. This tied the score 2-2
celled because of rain, came runners on second and third and sent the game into an I "
back Saturday only to be .Jimmy Prevatt pulled a extra inning of play. Union baseballers met 'Bill Cain singled and then fanned 11 batters and uppt.d"his
downed 4-2 by Green Cove in a successful squeeze play to In the top of the eighth, Gainesville in a home game on stole second. He later scored pitching record to 4.2 with
close eight inning game, and score Wise.In Green Cove again managed to i Thursday and were defeated the \first run ,when Dewitt the win.
then traveled to Leesburg to the sixth, Green Cove put runners on first and 8-2 while they came back on Griffis made a base hit. The Tiger runs were scoredon
be defeated 14.4 on Tuesday.The managed to put runners. second off just one hit. The I Friday to beat Chief land 2-0 in 4 hits the lirsl of which
team was scheduled to second and third and then men advanced to second and another home game. In the lourlh inning Griffis came in the second inning
i play Orange Park in a home scored them both when a bad third on a double steal that -, Thursday's game was a led off and was walked. Fred when Mobley singled, stole
match on Friday, April 11, but pitch got past Bradford's raised some question as to the highly olfensive contest. The Clemmons was also given a second and scored on an infield -
the game was called due to catcher who had difficulty umpire's judgment in a close Tigers connected for 9 hits 'base on balls before Glen out. Later in the fifth,
rain. finding the ball. call on third. 1' while the Canes went for 12. Kemp singled to score Grilfis. Hemmy was walked and
On Saturday, April 12, the Pressure was on for the The Green Cove team then allowed King to run in his
team hosted Clay County and Tornadoes in the bottom of the pulled two consecutive "We had our men on base all Billy Cain was on the mound place. King stole second and
played a very close and exciting seventh with them still down squeeze plays to add two more I night, but we just couldn't for the Tigers and tanned scored on base hit by Huzcn.
game that was carried by one run. Jackson Prevatt runs to their score. WMf WNW'' score them," said Coach seven bailers. Cain went 4-4 at I'ext.lleek: the team plays
Into extra innings. singled and Emmit Bright The Bradford nine was Tommy Reddish makes the catch at First Base The ball Terry Stroemer of the Union the plate which led the Tiger on Tuesday', April ,22, when
Bradford took the lead in the was used as a pinch runner. unable to score with their turn was |lust a little late. team. "They got their hits offensive drive. Cain's pitching they travel to Gainesville lo
fifth inning i-o when Tommy Bright stole second base and at bat. when they needed them, ours record now stands at 4.4. meet P,K. Yonge, They hold
Wise got a base on balls. advanced to third on a sacri- Jeff Jockel was on the struck out 5, walked 4, and play through the 'ball ball were just loo spread out" Hemmy pitched a one hitter their'next home game on Fri-
Tommy Reddish then singled fice by Jimmy Prevail. mound for the Tornadoes and allowed 4 hits. handling of the Leesburgteam. Huns lor the Tigers came in against t'hielland to grab (ho duy, April 25, against Haw
On Tuesday the team the lirst and fourth innings. victory on Friday. Hemmyjsii'Si thorne.
traveled South to Leesburgand Tommy Wise led off at the .
-- -
were defeated 14-4 in a mound and was replaced by "
highly offensive ball game. Matt Hull who was in turn
The Leesburg team replaced by Jelf Jockel. Noneof
slammed 13 'hits in just six them were able to get the
innings, half of which were ball past the Leesburg batters s
extra bases tax
"They hit the ball better Tommy Reddish led the .
than any other team we've Bradford batters by going 2-2
played in a long time," said with 2 RBI's. Aycox went 1-3
; Coach Harry Hatcher. "We and scored one run. Prevail Contrary to popular image.
,7, lygr 4.lGaerMSwwrIrr most compiiny-owned aircraft +,
used all three of our pitchersand and Nichols also went 1.3 at Ilea '
they hit everything' we the plate. dw1011bt are not powered l by jet t>nMines. -
threw at t thorn." "With the, game went'any Pinion-engine, four-soul
Runs for the Bradford team r aircraft are used mure Hum
hope that we had for winningthe b
came in the lirst and sixth Conference Champion- J4 uny other type of business

innings. They !got off to an ships," said Coach Hatcher .i *m"r*<* early lead when Tommy lOll was a disappointing loss. **?&**$ Corporation, I II
Reddish doubled to score We played a fairly good defensive -
Kenny A\l'UX who) had gotten game,it's just thai no one N">''+1? r ..t 'YM1P :Q. -' H
on with a base hit. has ever hit us like that fe3 S .' w Jt wrsp k .A 1<-,
r Bradford scored its other The team has Iwo regular p $ 5 %'f '
three runs in the sixth. season games left. They play .L j IBiS ;>*S MiMSK Contrary to popular: belief'
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Reddish walked and stole Ocala Forest on Friday, April t Colonel James Bowie did not ";
n d a dt second. Jackson Prevatt 18, in Ocala and then meet invent the bowie knife. His I.i't t
SaNaZ walked and Jimmy Prevatt North Marion in a home gameon Pitcher Jeff Jockel covers the plate after a pitch got past brother, Rezin Pleasant Bowie '
These Bradford Middle School students have been added to the Principal's Honor Roll for singled to score Reddish. Both Saturday, April 19,. which the catcher. Two Eastside runs were scored on the play. did tQu&Wi1
making straight A's during the fourth six weeks of school. They are (ll-rl: Vickie Corbitt, Irene other runners scored on the begins at 7:30.: .I..,
Wainwright, Elizabeth Yawn, Todd Ashline, Marlene Dawson, Patti Chesser, and Catharine
'i Holtz.

feed .14 Fun TO' Eat TI FOOD utalifcl Food IA ff ufoitiiHuifM r :

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Earn Top Academic Honors FAIR .. REGULAR ORELECTRIC GRIND II II j:

CHUCK PERKCOFFEE :,;

Seven of some 1,000 students ginia Gail Crawford, Philip Lamar Tyson, 'Charles Scott ,
from the Bradford Middle Todd Palsfield Tammy Ruth Roberts, Timothy Paul Gas- SUPERMARKETS
4 School have made the grades Powell, Nancy Rhoda Dunn, kins, Stacey Denise Hayes, STEAKS STARKE ,1
that will allow them to become Lisa Maris Reddish, Sarah Michael Scott Hull, John 320 SOUTH
members of the school's Louise Faulk, Joel Denny Cameron Valinskl,Tim Calvin '
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WALNUT
ST. /I
straight A Honor Roll for the George, John William Sasser, Kelly, Michael Dean Vanzant. .. .
4th six week grading period. Karen Lynne Johns, Gwen- 8B, 'Jerald Dwayne Bald- VINVOAV LOW. MICH' OOOO IIVIN f
These students who excelledto dolyn Kaye Keith, Robert win, Linda Gail Johns, Sharri TNNOaYnAMull]].BONUSIUVIaOOD 1171 QUANTITY MIGHT* 1 LB <
the highest grades in all of John Odom, Janice Anne Jeanette Dobbs, John Doward KfSIHVIO 79
their classes were: Vickie Jockel, Retania Faye Cole- Evans III, Tracy Crane .. tt m tHatt It wapfV.&B.JL BAG
Corbitt, daughter of Mrs. Beatrice man. George, Marcia Irene Goodge, LB [IIIIIH ran mi*
Corbitt: Irene iWain-, 7B, Curtis George Bass Patricia. Carol Mullins, 111110f COUPONS
wright.vdaughlqruiof -EdwardC. ",.Johnnie/ Ray BeU-Ann\ Mary MictyaeLCaleAndrews; ,,Rose' ,
Wainwright; Lila Elizabeth Brooks, Patrick Mickey Marie Depoe;Michael Vaughn :
Yawn daughter of Mrs. Lila Crawford Teresa Montez Prescott, Joseph Norris I Iaa9,51N I" K ,'
R. Yawn: Todd Ashline, son of Gaskins, Catherine Ann Grader Fennell, Sheila Louise t Qu IU*| Fee4 ((4 Fw* TeE I QiMUfcb|
Victor E. Ashline; Marlene Kevin Lee Griffis, Mary Rhoden, Ricky Roy Carroll.8C .
Dawson, daughter of Mrs. Joy Katherine Griffis, Donna Jacqueline Lynn Bar- FARMLAND BONELESS BEEF BEEF BLADE U. S. NO. 1
Lovett; Patti Chesser, Lynn Honsberger, Leonard ber, Sarah Marie Biggs, Ben-
'daughter of Mrs. E.L. Ray Johnson, Teresa Rachael jamin Perry Bryant, Eliza- BOTTOM ROUNDROAST CHUCKROAST WHITEPOTATOES
Chesser, and Mary Catherine Knepper, Susan Monnette beth Ann Dyal, Harry Nelson
Holtz daughter of Donald E. Payne, Joseph Nicholas Green Jr., Cynthia Lee SALISBURY STEAK MEAT LOAF SLICED
TURKEY VEAL PAKMIGUNI TURKEY
I Holtz. Riggs, George Warren Roller, Griffith, Carlos Anthony Her- CROQUETTES SWEDISH OR ITALIAN
Other students who excelled Catherine Ann Schoening, nandez, Gladys Ann Ayer MEAT IALLS STUFFED PEPPEff A CAMAGE
academically were added to Pamela Ann Underhill, Doug- June Ann Howard, James + +9o9+510Lf LBLOOSE
the principal's A-B Honor las Blaine Walson. Russell Faulkner.
Roll! Listed by Team they 8A Lee Andrew Fellon LLgllqprl qll
were: 6A, Joseph Michael Terry Alan McCarthy,
Herres George Frank Loz-. Douglas Edwards Reddish, '
nicka, Elizabeth Ann Starner. Pamela Jo Stalnaker, Marvin DRIVE-IN I ICoiol II .hot.b_fc Fri ..-1F4N5Ia5a1. e...M ha4f..Tr11ayf.aMSNNrI. / e.+Nl hlafrirl Miyf.a4NrNarl. 1...{.50 fi4fr. MrrlMN
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Karen Annette Holtz, Carol FfNI TASTI ...nILY slip IIP CHUCK F5ClN FRESH CRAP'
Lucile Hildreth, Terry Lyn-' 301S.Stark I II SLICEDBACON OTT.M Porn CROSS RIB PORK LAMB CALIFORNIA PRISM FLORIDA

ette Gaskins, Luana Layne FLORIDATHEATRE :STEAKS POT ROAST STEAKS ROAST ASPARAGUS CELERY
Mundorff, Lynelle Denise I I srolL.rNO,
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Hamilton, Teena Kathleen PG.109 ,..t148 98c t TO 98c ::.::.59c 49 \= 23e,
Griffis, Debra Ann Griffis : act: 'IIG ":,.., LB IACH
. Jonathan David Johnson, SUPER
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,Lynn Norman Gregory Fri Sat & Sun SUPER CUT APPLE Pantry Pride HOUSE" GREEN FRESHMUSHROOMS
SQUASH
Frank Mowry, Sherra Deann THRILLS! Tea Bags E.
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Mott, Bruce Edward Massey,
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t Carole Marsh Hall Robert, Donna Michael Gail Spikes COMPARE & SAVE i COMPARE & SAVE i COMPARE SAVE I

Smith Teston.David Traci Leon Elizabeth Stewart, Beef Pot Roast :':'::: ":f':* '1" I Skinless Franks :.:;-.::- 59' Cooked Shrimp .I..UOO.I'NID"' 89*

James Andrew Bryant, Tonda Beef For Stew 'r.mi; ; ,!:'?:"D '1" I Sliced Bologna ;sz:- 79* ; Turbot Fillet e.n* i U CQtima.ui J ,
., Elynn Gibson, George Alder Gang
man Canova Jr., Kimberly J. I Pork Shldr Roast ""'ago.u.19d 1 Chuck Steak ttsfssf.uCheese : 88' Beef Pot. Roast :S Y LIU.CHUCK.. (1"'
Brown, Brian Keith Baldwin,
Linda Susan Howard, Cynthia I United ArtmtB by TECHNICOLOR'In TECMNISCOPE (!SJ! Smoked Picnics ,sl 050010:' :AY0Spaghetti 65" I Slices PAMTflVIPMLI 12 ot i o 79' I Cottage Cheese SSXSL: 79' I
Elizabeth; Odom, Sherry Ellen An AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL Released ", a0NC01NL10050 f
Stroble, Natalie Jean Wray, PLUSShark's .1 1974 Amancan,ini.rn.._l Ptetum ,Inc & Meatballs.:r 99' Cream Cheese :"0":5r': 39c S Spaghetti & Meatballs ......'.v 99'EvenyOayLowPrice :
Doyce Dean Griffis, Deborah PLUSThunder
Joyce Thorpe.7A Treasure .

Peggy, Jeffrey, Scelesta Robert Cooper Brooker, Vir, Fist Qumia F WI 14 FU* T E f The, Qadiiif/ Fwwl PeepbCONTADINA II'

Sun & Mon PUNCH FROZEN 1 itBDS -
m win WOMEN mm m IMC oumi RE A LEMON -.
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MASTOID OPERATIONS? BLACK DETERGENT LEMON JUICE SAUCE FRIESCOMPARE IS 11f


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I Thirty-five yean ago MmitoldlUt, an la.fUmmatkm SLAVE : !
of the mastoid bone cell located '

; behind operation the which eon left wa tuulchtly responsible scan.for Now ninny, a FQ\ & SAVE i COMPARE & SAVE.' I COMPARE & SAVE. ;

prescription for a few dollars worth of medication Whipped Topping ro: : :: 4ge I Golden Shampoo .'N:: :"''Df 79< J i Wilkinson! Blades IN 1!! ass t: :39c

I I If taken In time, make an operation Pantry Pride Spinach S/9Se/ I Dandruff 69c Powder ""' IDI.65< f.
, onn...... ::vo; Shampoo :Oath: I Baby ::

I Bat, any paID about' the ear should receiveImmediate Greens "::J. N e01"::; 4/9Se/ I Shampoo with Egg "NA-: : 79' i Baby Shampoo, N...bUS"''Df' '69c: :

J' medical attention. You save sickness Potatoes 'oac...uI 1001-1/0110'L{" TO''I"' / ':t < ,2l39c

time consult.and a physician.perhaps even your life' when you Economy Dinners ":':!1:,: ZI89/ I Creme Rinse::::: : 65c I Wilkinson'Blades "- 2' .' .. >


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We will deliver : Jr1aI, .
when you need a delivery. 'NI. .
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KING SlZf.
without extra cbarge. A treat manyi
promptly STEWED DOG BABY aaow.. H ".VI
i people rely 011 u. for their health needs. We TOOTHPASTE POT PIES :S2ROLLS4l BREAD3l
welcome request for delivery service and charge TOMATOES FOOD SHAMPOO

accoun"' KOCH'S 'DRUG STORE ..oo 3/$1 $349 I 4/l I 2/79< .

964-6757
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CLASSIFIED
CIRCUIT COURT OF LEGAL NOTICE Owner which they may have against n% ..loeephiue Fun la hit'
IN THE
Unknown; said estate In the office of the
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INVITATION TO BID ((4)) 1957 Chevrolet Station Circuit Judge of Bradford Anyone wishing to registerto the Old Time Jubilee Hampton. He will then be ,1

OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Wagon, brown and white in County, Florida, in the courthouse vote in the special election scheduled for May 3 at stationed in Florida.
BRADFORD COUNTY. Sealed bids and/or quotations color. Tag 26W-4623, ID'VB57A139734. et Starke, Florida, within June 3 must register before Hampton Elementary School
CASE NO. win be received in the office of Owner: Ralph E. four ((41 calendar months from the books close on April 18. Mrs. Carole Shield's class in :::::::::::::::::::.-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::\? 'r FOR SALE J
IN RE: The Marriage of F. the Administrator, Bradford Schwalm, Address Unknown; the date of the first publicationof conducting an extensive studyof N Thanks't:
RICHARD WIMPY, Petitioner, County Hospital, 922 East Call Each interested party is this notice. Each claim or The new City Marshall, the Revolutionary War and Card Of t::1

and GLORIA JEAN WIMPY. Street, P. O. Box 1060, Starke, required to file or appear to demand must be In writing and Alan Wade, Wishes' to notifyall history of the days of 1775 hkttiti
Respondent. Florida 32091 until 5:00: p.m. show cause before this Court on must state the place of residenceand residents of Hampton that when our country was foun- ..-::::::: +-:k:$:::{ FOR SALE: 5 acres or one acre

May 15, 1975 for furnishing the the 14th day of May, 1975 at post office address of the the 10 p.m. curfew, for ded. This study will prepare the tracts at Underwood Motel,
NOTICE OF SUIT following SUPPLIES and/or and must be minors will be enforced.RECREATION students for the I would like to thank
10:00: a.m. in the County Courtin claimant sworn to upcoming chief. North of Starke on 301. Itp
TOGLORIA: JEAN WIMPY SERVICES, f.o.b. the Bradford his Bicentennial Celebration. Hampton new Dolice
his
the claimant ,
agent or
and for Bradford County why by -- -- -
c/o Paul E. Justice County Hospital: Bread Er Rolls said property should not be for- attorney or it will become void Sixth graders, Debbie Alan R. Wade of Keystone
Route 2, Box 150- Eggs, Fuel Oil Laundry Er Linen, feited pursuant to Florida law. according to law. The Hampton Senior Parmenter, Marion Trisler Heights for his prompt help in FOR SALE' : 1970 Sport Craft'
Grundy, Virginia 24614 Mlk Et Ice Cream, Oxygen Er WITNESS my hand and seal April 7th, 1975. Citizens will meet Friday and Kelly Slade were winnersin taking Bobby Shuck to the 17% 1972 galvanized trailer,

Anesthesia Gas, Pharmacy Et this 1st day of April, 1975. evening, April 18 at the Senior the recent school SpellingBee. Bradford County Hospital 1972 65 HP Mercury Thunder
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Drugs, Respiratory Therapy, in- JIMMY GASKINS Citizen's Room in the old On Friday they went to Saturday evening for bolt ignition system, used

an action for dissolution of surance. Dolph E. Reddish Executor of the Estate of school, 7:30: p.m. the Middle School for com- emergency treatment for a under 20 hours. Sacrifice for

mamaga has been filed againstyou Estimated needs or amountsare Sheriff of Bradford County Charlie M. Gaskins, akaC. petition with best spellers in deep cut in his foot requiring $ ,500 cash. In Hampton after

and you are required to available upon request from 4/104tchg 5/1 M. Gaskins, deceased The Wednesday afternoon the sixth, seventh and eighth 12 stitches. 5:30:: Sat. afternoon SR-18 Er
serve a copy of your written the office of the Administrator.The 4/10 4tchg 5/1 craft classes meet at the grades. Kelly came out in Rodney Shuck 221, 1st house on right on 18.

defenses if any to it on Bradford County Hospital -------------. Hampton Recreation Center fourth place and was awardeda Itchg.
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney Corporation reserves the right to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF --------'-----. and City Hall, 2:30P: .m. to4:30: certificate and gold pin. ------- -- --

for Petitioner, whose address is reject any and all bids and/or THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT OF p.m. The last Wednesdaygroup Congratulations to Kelly from FOR SALE: Small Air Con-
114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box quotations or to waive any minor OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL had a crochet lesson everyone at Hampton School! y ScoutingNews pressor Good Condition

995, Starke, Florida, 32091 1. and technicality or informality In the BRADFORD COUNTY. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- and mate flowers from print 100. Call 533-2196, F. W.,
Ma the original with the Clerk of bids or quotations received. CASE NO. 75-97 FORD COUNTY. material. FRIENDS & NEIGHBORSMrs. Palmer. Itp
the above-styled Court on or CASE NO. 75.79.CC Diane Rhea enjoyed a
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before April 28, 1975, otherwise BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPI- IN RE: The Marriage of FIRE DEPT. NEWS visit from her mother, Louise by Carolyn Eaves -

a judgment may be entered TAL CORPORATION FRANCES CAROL MARKS In re: Estate of PEARLIE STAR- The Hampton Area Brodshy, and a friend Bobbie 964-5812 FOR SALE: 15 ft. fisherman,
against you for the relief 4/102t 4/17 KENNEY, Petitioner, and LING, deceased. Volunteer Fire Departmentmet Botolano. both of Miami. They .. brand new factory discount

demanded in the Petition. -------------- RICHARD LeROY KENNEY Re- in the City Hall Wed- arrived April 7 and stayed till The trip to Rockwood, Md. $310. Call McVay Enterprises,

WITNESS my hand and the ADVERTISEMENT. spondent. NOTICE TO CREDITORS"All nesday evening April 9. Fire April 10. Bringing news of and Washington, D. C. was a 373-9972, 4/17 4tchg 5/8' ,

,. seal of said Court on the 21st INVITATION TO BID creditors of the estate of Chief Fred Phillips reportedon Mrs. Rhea's sister, Susan very exciting and thrilling --_.+ -- --- -
day of March, 1975. Sealed bids will be received by NOTICE OF SUIT PEARLIE STARLING, deceased the success of the Easter Alvarez, who gave birth to experience. Our thanks againto

The Board, of County Commissioners ToRichard: LeRoy Kenney are hereby notified and requiredto egg hunt held for local twins on March 21. those who made it possible, FOR L.ALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3 !98,
Gilbert S. Brown Bradford County, Muskegon, Michigan file any claims or demands children on Easter Saturday. the cadette parents, ADK and 9x12 Linoleum $8.98. Also
As Clerk of said Court Florida, at the Commission which they may have against The new fire station is ready Scott and Tracy Bruno spent the United Methodist Women. 12x12 and 12x15! in stock.

By: Beulah M. Moody Meeting Room, Bradford YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat said estate in the office of the for occupancy now with only last week with their father; Also to each of you who Hundreds to choose from at

Deputy Clerk County Courthouse, Starke an action for dissolution of circuit judge of Bradford minor finishing work and Arthur Bruno, and brother brought cookies, baked goods, Dahmers Discount tfchg.
3/27 4tchg 4/17 County, Florida, in the court- painting to be done. Plans fora Mark. and Scott ,
Florida, up to 10 a.m. E.D.T. on marriage has been filed againstyou Tracy are calendars stationery and ---- -
-------------- May 1, 1975 at which time and and you are required to house at Starke, Florida, within grand opening of the new living in Sweetwater.Mr. placemats.The .
four calendar months from the station discussed with FOR SALE: Do it yourself 12 by
were
place all bids received will be serve a copy of your written following is by Sandra
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR publicly opened and read aloud defenses if any, to it on date of the first publication of more complete plans to be and Mrs. W, Fontaine Darley and Lynne Johns: 12 inch tile, with stick on back
BRADFORD COUNTY for furnishing of all materials and RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor this notice. Each claim or made at the next meeting spent Sunday with Mr. and now at Dahmer's Discount.

FLORIDA Civil labor and construction: Petitioner, whose address is demand must be in writing and scheduled for 8 p.m. on May 6 Mrs. Wm. Schuab in Crescent Friday, March 28, Girl 2/27/ 26tchg 825PAINTING
CASE NO. 75Circuit BRADFORD COUNTY PUB- 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box must state the place of residenceand at the new fire station. Scout Troop 520 went by ----- -

RANDOLPH LANTON and LIC LIBRARY FOR THE BOARDOF 995, Starke, Florida 32091, and post office address of the City.L.T. Amtrak to Washington D. C.
PEGGY BARKER LANTON his COUNTY COMMISSIONERS file the original with the Clerk of claimant and must be sworn to SCHOOL NEWS (j.g.) Stephen Brodsky, We arrived at Union Station
Plaintvs. LESTER BRADFORD the above-styled Court on or by the claimant his agent, or his Attendance primarily in Medical Serv. Corps. U.S. about 6 a.m. where we waitedfor by BAXTER

wife SLADE andVOLA SLADE. his COUNTY, FLORIDA, STARKE before May 12, 1975 otherwisea attorney, or it will become void kindergarten, and first and Navy Commanding Officer a tour bus to pick us up. At

wife al. Defendants. FLORIDA judgment may be entered according to law. second grades has decreased "B" Med. Co. 3rd Marine 9 O'clock the tour bus took us RESIDENTIAL-
et Any bid received after speci- against you for the relief This 7th day of April, A.D. recently due to prevalence of Div., returned from Okinawaon to Arlington National COMMERCIALFREE

NOTICE OF AcVlON fied time and date will not be demanded in the Petition. 1975. chicken pox. Parents are April 3. Spending one Cemetery where we saw the

ToArt: Ramsey Er considered.Each WITNESS my hand and the asked to keep children at month's leave in Gainesvillewith tomb of the Unknown Soldier ESTIMATES
Shirley B. RamseyP. bid must be accompanied seal of said Court on the 7th day Jennings StarlingCoAdministrator home when fever or breakingout his father, Jerry Brod- and the Kennedys grave sites. CONTRACTFree

O. Box 358 by certified check, cash- of April, 1975. of chicken pox is evident. sky, and brother Lou, and also We went to the Lincoln List of ReferencesFor
Waldo, Florida 32694 ier's check or bid bond in Morris StarlingCoAdministrator Students in all grades are spending sometime visitinghis Memorial where we saw the
and amount of at toast T%! of base GILBERT BROWN involved in making posters for sister Diane Rhea, of 19-foot statue of Lincoln. We The Asking!

W. C. Barker Er bid, as guarantee that bidder, if CLERK OF SAID COURTBy 4/104t 5/1/ drove by the pentagon, the

Barker, his wife awarded contract will, within : Donna M. Branson -------------- Capitol, White House, FBI, "Service You Can .Trustat It\\

7142 Cavallero .. ten consecutive calendar days Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF LEGALS- etc.After Reasonable Prices" :4ti;
Colorado Springs, Colo. after written notice being givenof 4/10 4t 5/1 SHERIFF'S SALE going back to Union 'q

80911 such award,enter into written -------------- Notice is hereby given that I, Station a mini-bus picked us SMALL BUSINESS AND

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an contract with The Board of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of NOTICEI up and took us to Rockwood RESIDENTIAL SIGNS MADE AT
action to partition the following County Commissioners, Brad- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Bradford County, Florida, under I will not be responsible for National Girl Scout Center in REASONABLE RATES.

property in Bradford County ford County, Florida, in accord CUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD and by virtue of Writ of execu- any debts made by anyone other Potomac, Md.

Rorida: The N'/. of the NE'/4\ of with accepted bid, and give con COUNTY, FLORIDA. tion, to-wit: than myself. .. Serving The Starke and ,
c-
23 7 S. 21 tract performance and payment -D. E. Boatwright ;
Section Twp. Rge. CASE NO. Execution issued out of
E., containing 80 acres M.O.L., bond, with bonding company County Court of Bradford ,,,4/174tp 5/8 Keystone Heights Areas.
in requirements set forthin -------------- Spring Fever Got You Down
lying and being situate meeting In Re: The Petition of RAY County, Florida pursuant'to a Call
Bradford County, Florida has these specifications, to said MOND H. BREEDLOVE. Final Judgement for Raiford NOTICE ,
'been filed against you and you owner, in amount equal to 100()(% Tetstone d/b/a Bogie'sPlumbing PUBLIC HEARING Take A Spring Vacation

are required to serve a copy of of contract price. NOTICE OF ACTION of Starke, Florida, and 964-5236 ,l
your written defenses, if any, to No bidder may withdraw his against Mildred Copeland, public hearing will be held at See Marge At Your Local
it on William. W. Wilhelm bid for period of 30 days after defendant, in the amount of
Brock the
To Charles Starke Fla.
: Eugene City Hall ,
whose date set for thereof..worth Travel Agency I hope I don't live long
plaintiffs' attorney, opening $125.00
M Residence Unknown together with costs of Monday, May 5, 1975 at 5:00: .
I ; \f\ address is 311 South Missouri t'1 s.AII shall be done in collection. { for nough loT'them to develop a
the
p.m. following :
J .#Mtnua, Clearwater. R. 33516,iaelaccordwith' plans specifications YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the Have seized and have in my Placing a Mobile Home purpose at the Town Finance machine that will enable me
to look at instant
documents relative an replay of
on or before May 5, 1975, and above-named Petitioner, RAY- possession the following following locations:
with the clerk of thereto prepared by Moore, I my day.
file the as
original H. BREEDLOVE has described personal property, ta-: All >
MOND parties will be heard at this 964-7449
the court either before serviceon May and Harrington, Architects, wit: l 226 N. Temple Ford Jarrell, quoted by Troy
filed a petition in the above- time.
Gordon in Tulle "World"If
plaintiffs' attorney or imme- Inc., Palatka Florida. Plans, styled Court for the adoption of 1967 Ford 4-door ID 'No. (111) Gerald W. McPherson Loans Up To Income Tax
thereafter otherwise and contract '
a specifications
cfately ; the minor children named in the 7H31C182737 308 N. St. Clair St., Lots 8 and 9
default will be entered againstyou documents may be examined atClerk's As the of the above Done you can believe'hiit
$2,500
petition. You are commanded; to property of Block C, Blanding S/D., ,
for the relief demanded in Office in Bradford
named defendant and that you read in some uds. the
serve a copy of your written on Located S. of Me Griff Home on
(the complaint or petition. County Courthouse, Starke, objections or defenses, if any, Monday, the 5th day of May, St. Clair St. new motorcycles small
WITNESS my hand and the Florida, or at office of architectat on petitioner's attorney, MyronC. 1975 at twelve o'clock Noon on Itchg 4/17 cars are getting more niiles,
seal of this Court on March 31, 108 N. Palm Avenue Palatka the
to than lawn
Prevatt, Jr., P. O. Box 634 said day on the premises of the gallon my
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1975. Florida 32077. Keystone Heights, Florida, Bradford County Jail, I will offer mower.BUCK'S .
NOTICE OF SALE
Two sets of plans and con-
for sale and sell to the
32656, on or before May 5, 1975 highest
Repossessed mobile home
Gilbert S. on
l Brown tract documents and forms for
bidder for cash in hand, the
file the with the
and original
t Clerk of the Court bidding may be secured by described the 2nd day of May 1975, at
above of said
Clerk of this Court either before property
By: Beulah M. Moody general contractors only, from 10:00: a.m. The undersigned will
defendant to satisfy the afore-,
Deputy Clerk office of architect by depositing serve on petitioner's attorney or said Execution. sell the following mobile home:
4,3 4t 424NOTICE/ therewith $50.00. Deposit from immediately thereafter; other- 73 Coventry Serial No. F4621.
wise the relief sought by the Said Sale Will be held at Price
-------------- general contractors will be '
E. Reddish Sheriff
OF INTENTIONTO refunded upon submission of petition may be granted. Dolph Bradford County Florida I Mobile Home Center, Box 1058,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS bone 1 fide bid and return of said WITNESS my hand and seal 4/104t 51NOTICE St. Rd. 21, Keystone Heights,
of the Court this 3rd day of April Rorida.
NAME plans and contract documents,
in good condition, within ten 1975. .------------. The undersigned reserves the

Pursuant to Section 866.08 days after date set for openingof OF INTENTION right to bid American Homes FLEAHwy

Florida Statutes, notice is bids. H general contractors GILBERT BROWN TO REGISTER Industries, Inc., Suite 1700,
hereby given that the under- desire more than two sets of CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT FICTITIOUS NAME American National Bank Putnam Hall

signed. GERALDINE! WALLACEand plans and specifications these COURT Building, South Bend; Indiana, MARKET
MILDRED WOODBURN, may be obtained by paying cost By: Beulah M. Moody Clerk Pursuant to Section 865-09 46624. 11 4T

doing business under the firm of duplication, which will not be Deputy Florida Statutes notice is here. ------ -------
4/10 4t 5/1 that the 6 Mi E. Of Keystone Office 473-221 Or 473-251
name of GEM JEWELRY, 109 refundable. by given undersigned NOTICE OF SALE
East Cal Street Starke, Brad- Subcontractors and material .------------- Carolyn Brown and Herbert Repossessed mobile home on
ford County, Rorida, 32091. intends suppliers may purchase draw- Wainwright, Route 2, Box 142E
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the 2nd day of of May, 1975, at
to register said fictitious ings and specifications from Starke, Bradford County,
JUDICIAL 10:00 The will
FLORIDA EIGHTH : a.m. undersigned
name under the provision of the architect by paying cost of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- Florida 32091, doing business sell the following mobile home: Dealer Space
aforesaid Statute. duplication and handling at rate FORD COUNTY. under the firm name of "MORN- 73 Freedom, Serial No. 0863- TFREE
Dated this 20th day of March of '1.00 per sheet for drawings IN PROBATE ING SUN HEALTH FOODS"- 1207G. Said sale will be held at

A.D. 1975 at Starke, Bradford and 10.00 per set for specifica- CASE NO. 75-106-CP 866 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Price Mobile Home Center Box

County Florida. tions. Bradford County, Florida, intends 1068, St. Rd. 21, Keystone Opening Day
Bidders' qualifications must to register said fictitious
In re: The Estate of THOMAS A. Heights Florida.
/GERALDINE WALLACE be satisfactory to The Board of name under the provisions of The
CRAWFORD, deceased. undersigned reserves the
/MILDREDWOOOBURN County Commissioners, Brad- aforesaid statute. right to bid American Homes
3/28 4tchg 4/17 ford County, Florida. Owner Carolyn Brown and Herbert
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Industries Inc. Suite 1700
.-------------- reserves right to waive informalities Wainwright, owners. Fri 25
of American National Bank
creditors of the estate Opgninq April
Dated this 7th day of April, A.
. in any bid and to accept any South
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THOMAS CRAWFORD, Building, Bend Indiana
Rorida.
D. 1975 at Starke
u bid they consider to be from
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL deceased, are hereby notified 46624.
Il lowest responsible bidder and to 4/10 4tp 5/1 0 '
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR and required to file any claims or 11 4/17
4. BRADFORD COUNTY reject any and all bids. demands which they may have
'-------------- --------------
FLORIDA. against said estate in the office CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE BOARD OF COUNTY IN: THE
of the Circuit Judge of Bradford NOTICE OF EXAMINATIONNotice
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL The
COMMISSIONERS, BRAD- :
Case No. 7577In FORD COUNTY FLORIDABy County, Florida in the court- CIRCUIT/IN AND FOR BRAD is hereby given pursuant Office
house at Starke Florida within to Chapter 16C-7, Florida
Re The : D.. L. "Dave" Shuford months from FORD COUNTY. Administrative Code, Rules and
calendar
: Marriage of MARY G. four ((4)) IN PROBATE
t f DAVENPORT, Wife, and Chairman the date of the first publicationof CASE NO. 75-107-CP,> Regulations Governing Water
. 4/10 3t 4/24 964.6305
ROBERT W. DAVENPORT this notice. Each claim or Well Contractors in Florida, of Shop
-------------- examination for Water WellContractor'
Husband. demand must be in writing and In re: The Estate of CHARLIE M. an a
I NOTICE OF SEIZURE must state the place of residenceand GASKINS, a/k/a C. M. GAS- License. The 'J ,
NOTICE OF ACTION AND NOTICE TO poet office address of the KINS deceased. examination will be given at the .

SHOW CAUSETo claimant and must be sworn to following times, dates, and Has Check ;

i. To: Robert W. Davenport by the claimant, his agent, or Ns NOTICE OF PROBATETO locations to all qualified applicants NAME .t
: OWNERS, LIENHOLDERSAND attorney or it will become void ALL PERSONS INTER whose applications are 7
: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ALL INTERESTED PAR- according to law. ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF received in the offices of the m ,/ al

..I : action for Dieaok/tion of Marriage \ TIES April 7, 1975.JEWELLER.. SAID DECEDENT:' Department of Natural ADDRESS
has been filed, and you are YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat You are hereby notified that a Resources, Division of Interior ., I IdentificationStamps I
i required to serve a copy of your the Sheriff of Bradford CRAWFORD written Instrument purporting to Resources, Talla"not" .less
written defenses, if any, to it on County will apply to The Honor-' Administratrix of the es- be the Last Will and Testamentof than two days prior to the EMPLOYMENT

: petitioner's attorney, whose able Bzkt S. Sanders, County tate of Thomas A. Crawford, said decedent has been examination dates.
/ name and address H MYRON C. Court Judge, on the 14th day of deceased admitted to probate in this 1:00: p.m., Tuesday, April 22, HOME PH. BUS. PH.
PREVATT. JR., P.O. Box 634. May, 1975 at 10:00: a.m. in the 4/104t 5/1 You 1975, Board Room of the Southwest 'ic. _. _
are hereby '
court. commanded 1
Keystone Heights,. Florida Bradford County Courthouse at -------------. within four ((4)) calendar Florida Water Management ,

/ t 32656, on or before the 4th day Starke, Florida for an Order of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF,, months from the date of the first District Brooksville, Rorida. HT.RACESER !000.)
--
,a of May 1975, and file the original Forfeiture a* to the following FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL publication of this notice to 10:00: a.m., Wednesday, April in Stock
with the clerk of this properties" : 23, 1975, Central Er Southern
: court BRAD
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR appear in this Court and show
either before service: on peti (111) 1966 2-door Volkawagon FORD COUNTY if the Florida Flood Control District, ID MI 1 .
cause any you can, why
/ tioner' attorney or Immediately. :Sedan red In color, IN PROBATE action of this Court In admitting Annex Conference Room 901 ,. "
; f thereafter; o..NiM! a(Judgment If *115701820, Tagf 72 Fla. 10D- CASE NO. 75107CPIn said Will to probate should not Evernia Street, West Palm"Beach I02
I wil be entered for the relief, 23251. Owner: Velaria A. Beet, stand unrevoked. Florida. : $9.50 .

f demanded In the Petition. Address Unknown; re: The Estate of CHARLIE M. 10:00: a.m., Thursday April I

WITNESS my hand and the ((2)>)> 2-door Volkswagen GASKINS, a/k/a C.M. R.A. Green 24, 1975, Council of Governments 1 I ACCEPTED BY -_
i seal. of title Court on March 13, Sedan, grey In color, GASKINS deceased. CIRCUIT JUDGE Office 3rd Floor Court --

1975. (Of 4179225! Tao .72 Fla. 1ID3482 4/104t 5/1 house Annex, Daytona Beach, ... .
I Owner: O.A. Focks 909 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ---. ---------- \ .Florida. .
GILBERT BROWN tS.W. 16th Avenue, Geineeville, All creditors of the estate of 10:00: a.m.< Friday April 25, Call Mr. Pooser Today and Save Yourself From Writing Out
dark Circuit Court Florida: ; CHARLIE M. GASKINS a/k/a FOR SALE All sires of 1975, Room 203 Pennington

By: Beulah. M. MoodyDeputy 13)) 1986 2-door Ford Galazie CM. GASKINS deceased J, are masking ta,.. The Office Building, 115 Bloxham Street' ,, ,. '. All This Information.r .-
I 'I dark 500.! white over green Louisiana hereby notified and required to Shop. Tallahassee Florida. "

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CI.ASSIKIKDADKATKS"' '' : TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days a 30 acres with good timber, BRASINGTON
\1,1 hell" .' /
AUTOMOBILESUSED non' a lulllin"/ appllunPr'l (-
week, dozer work and drag I''Anii.i.u-oinsMoitii' .ll.is.i.issKitin i-:
.
I HOUSES FOR SALE paved road front. 4 miles N. of AVON TO THE RESCUE Inpairnlun/ ,, for till ipulI
headline for I inscMlioi) line work. Call 468-1873 Star Statke, terms.Commercial : ; ;: I"' / Ir needs; ,
Rt. Hampton, .STEPHEN ... .. : / '"
Tuesday Noon |pr'tcdiiij: blue xrlerlion ot t sil lull'sTiikin :

'riiursilay IK-fore pnhliculion.: SMITH LANDFILL, tfchg. building block construction Caught Up In A Lay-Off Save On ('1III lllUi Tri;"l ls Call Badcocks
I
------------ FOR SALE: 12 x 65 Mobile 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre Your Budget By Selling Our .:;'inn :>,.u. cuii: :ITXIIII':;: 964.5289

Minimum ('hlll' I- $!: .tHl( FOR SALE: 72 Plymouth Gold home, take over payments. land, 3 miles from Starke. Famous Products. Call Lorna
1 IIXITS, !.*> \\UI d.1) CHRISTIAN WOMAN Withexperience. Duster, W/air. Nice $1,100 or 964-7212. 4/174tp5/8/ Clyatt at 755-0731 qr write P. O.

('iirli uur'd h>\i>I r |Ib:; Will babysit in my best offer. 964-8054 or 964- Inquire -- -- 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber Box( 5127, Lake City Fla. 32055.
-- --
home time. Fenced -
IIMfllls.Ml any yard. 6691. 1tp Terms. .tf
Call 964-6076.
1tp
-- -.- ------- FOR SALE: 1973 two bedroom
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--------- -- 176 Brooker area. Some DavidsonMobile n"
I. 1 il Inv in ad\IIII'IIIII"s nished. No planted pines. Well Drilling
and
FOR SALE: 1969 Ford Wagon V- equity :
I... a .HI established iiffiiuntMi. ; BILL'S SAW SHOP; Complete B. Power and Air. $895. TER- payments of $80.58 a month. Home'ark .
N Ih .- 'I''lc'l.\l'lIlh. in thai sharpening service, circular, 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles
j | WILLEGAR MOTORS. 4962628.4/17 2tp 4/24 Ceramic Tile In City Limits 2" thru 6"
Mower from Starke. Home sites only.
et l -j I .VI eenls e\lni charge( hand carbide, chain. -
-------
------------ --- Tile
Ian ulliii!;. Niil "responsible' Tort blades hollow ground and Vinyl Fast Rotary.
,.. ..,rslnn ui\en: over Hit balanced. Call 964-7509 or 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, FREE ESTIMATES $30 Per Mo.
FOR SALE: 1968 Dodge PU), 9647615W.
of Starke Terms. Equipment
N.W. Drilling
orhrn, is I leave at Jackson Building -
ne lIul1I'.d
I" rap|>"
side boxes radio, heater, new BYRON E. DUCE T. Laney Tile Co. Walk To New
I and lilollnlll I lit; the of- Supply, Starke or Keystone
lire Heights. tfchg. tires, 82,000 miles, excel Reg. Real Estate Broker George Roberts Real Estate 4tp StarkeCOUNTRY Shopping Center, State Licensed
mach cond. $695. Call 964- 393 N. Temple Ave. 964-7826 or 9646593tf
- --- 6061. tfchg. 964.7700 Cily Uaa. Water a Sewer f\\'

AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: ---....-------- w / ,PumpsNew I

Sales, service and installationof House and 10 acres $22,500 On 301 South
stereo equipment. All work 8UsedSalespartsServica:
[ FOR SALE 1 guaranteed. 118 Court, Ph., FOR SALE: 1974 Plymouth See us for all your Real Estate GARAGE Jolu Motel

9647329. ltchg.DOMINO'S Duster Tudor ((6)) Radio and needs.LISTINGS MULTIPLE : I
Heater, 3 speed. $2295. 964-8310
FINANCING, ,
Spring
------------ SpecialsTuneUpsl6cylinder i
TERWILLEGARMOTORS. RENTALS Call Anytime LISTINGSOver ,iE-Z TermsPlumbing J;
GEM JEWELRY: 109 E. Call St.
----- --
PIZZA is now taking ----
Has chains, crosses, q.
nothing VERNIEODOM

charms, bracelets, hang up franchise Starke: Local applications-investor and FOR SALE: 1966 Chevy PU 964-5476 250 Realtors and associates S7.50 plus: parts Long Champ f I /

pendants & bracelets. See is desired. large utility body, ladder rack, selling your property.
owner/operator 8 IInderS10,00 1 ,
Gerry or Mildred. Use our new tires, 81,000 miles, excellent Applean Brown cv '
Home and
Fran- New
Contact Domino's Pizza labor plus parts InstalllattinRemodeling/ ..
.
Layaway' Plan. mechanical condition, 964-7955 2 old houses on large lot $7,000 .
chise Dept. 2923 NE 20th ;
Disc. Brake $38.50, MaterialsWE
$695. Call parts
------------ 964-6061. rfchg. Building .
Way, Gainesville, Florida & labor. Extra for ;
FOR SALE: Pot plants, orchids 32601, Ph. 9043736731. Itp ---------, -- 2 Bedroom frame $9,250 turning disc. BUILD''YOUR i f

& other flowers including ------------ FOR SALE:. 1973 Repairs :
Chevrolet FIRST TIME OFFERED ..
prize winning daylilies, rea- 2 Bedroom frame $10,750 Brake Jobs Drum Type PLANS OR OURS
Impala Custom Coupe. Power 3 BR home in Starke, beautiful
$50.00
sonable prices. FRED'S FLO- CHILD CARE AND BABYSITTING and Air, low mileage. $2695.. YOUR I.OT'OR' OURS,
home, beautiful lot. You have
WERS AND POT PLANTS, : Any age fenced yard. TERWILLEGARMOTORS.. see this to believe to Crosby Lake,2 BR $12,200 Motors overhauled Clutch I IDupramce i '

1511 Call St. Ph. 9647840. $15 for one child, $25 for two. ------------ Repairs FREE ESTIMATES
4/17 2tp 4/24/ Call 496-2628. 4/17 2tp 4/24 - Large 2 BR, % Acre $12,500 Valve Jobs 'REPAIRS, ." fi
FOR SALE: VW "72 AM-FM, 8 5 to 20 acres. Paved road good I REMODELING &:Supply ill
------------ Front End Pump
------------ RebuildingLawnmowersGet
trk. 26,000 Miles.. .Small timber. 3 Bedroom, Cor. Lot $22,000 ADDITIONS.HOMESBou6Hi'. \
FOR SALE: Feeder Pigs $20 and MOBILE HOMF MOVING. Al".> equity, take up pmts. Call 964- - them SOLD '

$25. Call after 4 p.m. 964- mob du lutinf! tmiriccino' tin 8862 anytime. lip Mobile Home Lots BuildingLots. Small farm, Good 3 BR houseAll Ready for Summer Company Ii

5801. 1tp JioniHi\ mid I mobile h01l1l1 i i lootLOiitimj ----------..-- Leaton (Buddy) TRADED
864 N. Temple Ave.
------------ - FOR SALE ,
\) Olin's IV.OUILE)! HumorSerV11.U. size acreag [ ACREAGE
FOR SALE: Reduce safe & fast :!964 brl() ;. lit' 101)!) WStiirku FOR SALE: 1969 Chevrolet Call Bill Powell Mathews 964-6853 Starke .
Nova Tudor ((6)). 3
speed Broker ii'
with GoBese Tablets & E-Vap rid. Id' hit| FRED SACKETT-REALTOR .1#
Radio and Heater. $595. TER-
"water pills" ANDREWS 964-6464 Nite 533.2208 205 N. Temple (US-301)) Charles Greene HWY 301 S STARKE TFq.QJ 964-7061
------------ WILLEGAR MOTORS. Associate, Ralph
PHARMACY, 356 W. Bryan 9049646522,4681642SERVICE <;: ,
------------ 9646208 Morgan Road
i6y Madison, Starke. 3/27 5tp SEWING MACHINE REPAIR & i

4/24 all makes FOR SALE: 1969 Ford Torino "J 3
scissors sharpened : NOME SALES
---- ----- cleaned, oiled .and adjusted, Tudor H.T. V-8, 4 speed O 964-7942 I OLINS MOBILE

FOR SALE: TV's 19" B&W. All $7. All work guaranteed, Vinyl Roof. $595 TERWILL-- '3 Tp 4/11.4/25 HWY. 100 VV .PH. 964-5664, ; ", ;

in good condition $25 up. James Strickland, Morgan EGAR MOTORS.: tI"" 1

,, New Englander Motel. 964- Road & SR-16. Ph. 9648733or ------------ ..Frlti'dn C/.U'50 Ir' ,..::+.;.(1 1\J\45!..:c'A4: ''t

': 5801. 1tpiiSK'M.ti 7823189. FOR SALE: 1970 1/2 ton Chev. r YEAR '
tfchg--- FREE
LOT
:. REAL RENTAL FOR ONE HALFI ji.;, {l'IN
-*- -- condition ESTATE I
- PU truck, good
RluminumSiding OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHENaYQ4J> 1
trwillt
rOR SALE: Case pocket knives $975.motorcycle 1973$300.Kawasaki 964-8577 90 4acwl enrlr v- L.1Ymr I.., 0 arREALTY PURCHASE>' 'YOUR! MOBILE'HOME FROM' OLIN'8A
now at Oahmers Discount. I
tfchg.: [ HElP WANTED .1 after 5 p.m. Itp 2 BR frame home in StarkeI' TF it;

'. ------------ $9,500. Rluminum
J Jtrr't
GARAGE SALE- : Fri. & Sat. 18- FOR SALE: 1974 Chevrolet 2 BR CB home, cent heat/air, 431-1200

19 Men's pants 2 j pr. $5., Pickup V-8 3 Speed, Radio, newly painted nice lot, V SoffetRemodelmg
fI
Heater; 17,000 Miles. $2995.. 19200. "' f fl h? MMHMHI ,. $,
I e < RISE"" .0
Ladies shoos .75 Many ENTER
.cents. live
'it Woman to
i I. WANTED
"It nw".HELP : ,.
One Owner. TERWILLEGAR "* tfU Vtlr,I fc III'UK .. 'IxN., "I.It.. ;f
J/ "lass
'Ii i other items McKowa's 2 V4 mi. in and care for elderly couple. 2 BR brick home with family
'Lit 'A.t .fc"I '
N.' Lawtey Hy. 301, Itp Home and salary ,Call 964- MOTORS.. room (could be 3rd BR) closed is our business...If we / HUll, :" ELECTRIC & 4'PLUMBING" b ..
"
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6981. 1tp garage, in Lawtey 24500. can assist you in any way with I rbii
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FOR FOR SALE 1973 Ford
\ SALE: inflation : Pickup needs,.
, -- -- -- real estate .please
with land. Own 4x4 $2995. TERWILLEGAR 60 acres with 3 BR house & your Cement Work J 1 Ace Road P. O. Box 86
own
your do not hesitate to give us a ring (
40 acres of beautiful rolling MOTORS. approx. 250 cords of standing - PV RAIFORD FLORIDA 32083 ,
---------- pine Lawtey $892 per acre.
grass hills in Montana. Terms: WANTEDWANTED WANTED..5 to 20 acres in | STORES REWIRED ,
$210.42 down and guaranteed t 3 adjoining 5 acre tracts $2,000 Bradford County with a 3 bed
FinancingAvailable WIRING ALL TYPES MOBILE HOME SERVlce'r
.
6/% financing for the $7,000 per acre terms. room home.

balance at $70.14 per month. r FOR RENT J - FIREALARMSURGLARALARMS; 'nN'0: '
62.7 acres Hampton Theressa ,. .. ,.', '
n" Call 14066560450. 4/10 2tp $880 LOW DOWN PAYMENT..2 W LIGHTNING ARRESTERS ; PLUMBING SERVICE
area acre
4//11/ : Used chest of per homes., one inside city limits.. .
drawers, vanities, and f 24 ;Hr: Service Free Estimates
-- beds
- --- LAWTEr Fl. one outside..., 9&4-858 '

FOR SALE:"Brazo Blackberry used refrigerators. Dahmer's FOR RENT: Mobile home, 2 1 9" '7a 2 3806 - PAT DICKENS'. OWNER
Discount, 9647923. 3/13 bedrooms on Griffis Loop. SWIMMING POOL...large.
plants 10 cents each. Phone J-r.r Maio, WI ,. ."AOT_..
Btchg 511LOST Call 964-8816 Up 2 bedroom home
9646653. 1tp .. heated with{ a
,
- -- -- INSURANCEAT
-- -------- with modern kitchen..onRoad
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FOR SALE: Automatic Washer, FOR RENT: 10x54 Mobile home. UNITED FARM AGENCY 100.KINGSLEY. REDUCED RATES

rt 1 Phone year 9647774.old. Speed 1t Queen. AND FOUNDREWARD Ph. 964-5261 or 964-8245. lip REGISTERED REAL -LAKE- -, Lake- Santa AUTO, FIRE, BOAT No April

-- ---- -- ESTATE BROKER
Fe..Brooklyn Lake and Gator DOYLE E. CONNER
---------- furn. 3
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FOR RENT: Nice clean PAUL& IRENE FAULKNER Bone Lake..We have attractiveand INSURANCE AGENCYLOW
FOR SALE: 283 Chevy engine rooms and bath apt. $100 964-5065 reasonable listings on each
completely rebuilt. Installation month. Electricity and hot LOW MOBILE HOME
.
For of these lakes.BUILDING Joke
available. Country Garage,i information: leading recovery to the or water included. Phone 964- 3 BR, CB Home, excellent - INSURANCE CHG Fool's

964-7942.Jtchg. 8071. lip condition. S25.000. Nice size LOTS for dream
recovery of a stolen fiberglass your
- -- -- -- -- -- lot.
.j tool box with tools between 4- home on Bessent Road and SAVE
$ $ I IIf
GEM JEWELRY: 109 E. Call St. 75 and 4-3-75 from Baldwin FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, Country Club Estates. We Just Don't Relieve In Triem.:

Has all new jewelry. Earrings, Chev. Contact Pat Dickens dining room, large living - -

Prince Gardner, Tie Tacks, 782-3202 or 782-3377. lip room, family room, fenced A.J.Thomas, Realtor ACREAGE..and a handsome FRED DAVIS You Rent,A Mobile Home Lot In'
Speidel Bands, and I.D.Bracelets' back yard. 964-7972..ltp furnished home in our best
-- ----- -- GMC TRUCKS '
621 N.Walnut St. (
Mildred -- ---- ---- April
Ask or MonthOf
Tel. 964 4162 farming country.NEWCOMERS. BUICK PONTIAC"A Bradford Park During The :
Gerry about ear piercing., LOST: Ladies shoulder bag, FOR RENT: Lovely 2 BR Mobile - LITTLE RIDE CAN I L.
---------- Kingsley Lake. Need. Home 301. distance .. for Bill
-- near on Walking see us new
Very clean and nice two bedroom SAVE YOU A LOT" TF We Will Help Pay Your Moving By
FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose Handgun Important papers and eye to shopping Center & frame dwelling, 423 W. homes nearly new homes or .. .

$55. 22 hand guns $24.95, glasses. Betty Williams Rt. 1, down town area. Responsible Center St.,, in Starke, fenced even a "Shanty In Old Shanty GREEN COVE SPRINGSJIMMY Giving You'Up TofQOO I II

'25 automatic guns from Box 422, Lawtey. lip middle age couple only. No back yard. Owner will finance. Town" home that you can fix up -

,$49.95., Dahmers Discount. -------- -- pets. See at Jo Lu Motel & yourself. MOORE'S $

\ tfchg Mobile Home Park. Itchg. High and dry lots suitable for Cecelia T. TerwillegarReg. Sun SportsMORE I I II
--- ---- '
-- --1'. T --- homes Modular Homes and IB Real Estate Broker
S MotorcyclesSTARKE J 'F'OR RENT 12' wiilo mobile- Mobile Homes, some with water 206 W. Madison Ave. BOAT FOR .
FOR SALE: Washer, dryer, refri- r homes outMiliTity'" limits J B front on Beautiful HamptonLake. YOUR MONEY TF I Free Rent : ;. I II
2 door
gerator, elec. stove, Whit I'h. 1'ij.l ((5114. ni>AllOR :
ref-freezer., 9645760.417 2tp ifchti.\ Financing available. office9647776home STARKE PH 964-5791

964-5145 Absolutely l Nol Outside ,,
*4/24.! .._ _-i: -- CYCLE CENTER, 403E. FOR RENT: One bedroom No children.fur- Several 10 and 20 acre tracts COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN I Children Welcome I I'
house.
nished
Call Street Ph. 964-6020, And Get AIMnforrhation
suitable for Farm Homes also DRIVE SERVICE Pets Stop At
FOR SALE:Diamond needles tor 964.5193.ltp I .
Your Authorized HODAKA larger tracts if desired. '
.
stereo over 247 different - - AND REPAIR !
any ones, we have them all. Dahmer's dealer.., tfchg. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS 1 I Bradford Motel. Office175T.N. I I
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BIG PENS. The Office Shop. 19
Discount tfchg.
J-OR SALE: Cash register FILING CABINETS. Typewriter cents and 25 cents. REPAIR I I'
-- -- - FOR SALE 1973'/ Honda 350- Starke'
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: most sizes "In stock. stands desks chairs, and CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS Temple
records paper - -- -
LP
$6.98
SALE
FOR :
$4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 at four. 8,000 Mi. Excellent Call In to see I/ we have your safes. We can order them for NO HUNTING SIGNS: For sale FISHING BOATS - ,-- -. -.- -
Condition. Many Extras $1175
Dahmer's Discount. 2/27 size or conic" 'In and just you. The Office Shop. Ph. and rent signs. The Office ,
FIRM. Call 904-6969. 1tp -
26tchg 825PERSONAL -- .., -.....---- browse at The Office Shop. 9646305. Shop.
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SERVICEPERSONAL MISCELLiNEOUSLOSE HAMPTONOAKS" j


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:: IMMEDIATE REMOVAL WEIGAT safely & fast' 1
dead Now Available '. .
Lof fresh or -
with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. .
crippled cattle or horses. Will REDUCE Excess Fluids with '
473- Sat & Sun April 19&20Have .'
buy bad eye cow. Mosier X-Pal, $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/6 "Restrlc d" ,.. 'l
4600. Itchg.
15tchg 612ALCOHOLICS .
------------ .. 2'i acre tracts $5,750. Timber, .' .' 1
---------- good convenitnt -
While
Coffee & Donuts You Browse
location on SR-100 near Starke. O.K.,. "
HOWS OF HOBBY'S: Full line of ANONYMOUS. for Mobile Home, only $1,150 down and Stt.OO "
z ,.,
am and crafts. Also guaranteed The requirement for ,'
only "
for S : "" :
Around This per mo. years. ::1 ,,;
stereo repair. 118 membership is a DESIRt: to t r ".

Court. Ph. 9647329. Itchg. stop drinking. Ph. 964 7959, S acre tracts for S11,500. $2,300 down; $115.00 ,",' ."" .' "

------------ 9647619 or 964 5148. 1/2 per mo., for I years. ,< -',' -.. "-,*/, ,. .n ',

13 TP-6 28 3 Br. 2 Bath Home On Hwy 21 B ., ., '-, aMore )
GEM JEWELRY: 109 E. Call St. - -- acreage avatliblel., Call(:. .' '. ".r\,1, '? I
Still takes in repairs. Mr.,' .u '

Woodbum is working two- WATSON'S ,Between Keystone & Melrose L. K. EDWARD.1II & ASSOCIATES

three days a week. Don'tthrow HOUSE OF VACUUMS

your old jewelry away, REG. REAL ESTATEBROKERv": ,.

let us re-mount it or repair it. Many brands of new vacuums. A Real Buy At $32 000 ; .
EXCLUSIVE !
Allow us to give you anestimate. Used machines avaIlable AGENJX'

Expert Repairs 'all makes. 473J4883 KEYSTONE' HEIGHTS ,
-- ,.----------
Parts and Accessories for all ..s.' ',

CAL'S PLUMBING: Repairs and vacuums. Built in central Come See For Yourself 473-3254. 475-2636 ," '. "

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Taylor Pleads InnocentTo
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retire within a year and is J.D.
FV under doctor's orders to cur- A.ll3 Murder CountsCarl GRIFFIS GROCERY

tail .his activities with the Raiford Fla.
department until that time. Hubert Taylor, Jr., 38, the beauty salon by a customer ,
{ Glasgow has enough accumu- pled not guilty on all three who arrived for an
lated sick leave and vacation counts of first degree murder early morning appointment MEAT MEAT MEAT
time to carry him until his when arraigned in Circuit The remains of Valerie Turner -

lit retirement, Epps said. Court here last week. His trial 16-year-old daughter of "... Sirloin or
Although the two additionalmen was set for the week of June Bobbie Turner were found on /' FRYERS Roundf
will increase the Fire 16. June 25, 1972, in a sparsely ,t ) TBoneSTEAK }
Department payroll during Taylor, extradited last settled area off Highway 16, ;
I the emergency period. Epps month from Folsom Prison, two miles east of Starke. Rjt) Whole STEAK L 4
said the situation would pro- Sacramento, Calif., Indicted There was evidence that she, "
bably correct itself within a by a Bradford County grand too, had been shot. ; ,
short time.A last Autopsies showed that the :yet39ca $ 29 ,
I jury July, was charged r | 99 jdI
resolution was adopted with the deaths of two women older women had not been t\\, ,.i Lb. Lb.
authorizing employment of beauty operators and a teen- sexually molested, and a .
M1, three temporary police offi- age girl on November 30, 1971 small amount of cash was 7"r
: cers under the CETA (Comprehensive at Nell's Style Shop on Highway missing from the shop. The CHUCK ROAST 89 b.
Employment and 21 between Keystone first break in the case came
Training Act) as recom- Heights and Melrose. when a truck driver notifiedthe '
CHUCK
mended by Chief Jimmy The almost nude bodies of Bradford sheriff's office STEAK 99fb.
Bowen. Edwards explained<1 the two women, Bobbie L. that he had seen two men
(that the new policemen will be Turner 38, of Lake Geneva leaving the shop with a girl GROUND BEEF 89 e 99
paid $806 per month by the and Patricia Marr 22, of Mel- between them.A PORK CHOPS b.
(Federal government under a rose, were found dead of bullet

nationwide unemployment.program The to salary relieve is wounds in a storage room of Series Of SMOKED BACON 99cLbe SHORT RIBS 69 Lb.

set by the government and is Smokey Say t -
no expense to the city. EvangelisticServices Lyman Green's Old FashionBfliVBQUE '
Farm Fresh "!
Victor demons, Bradford Senior FFA Chapter, shows the Bowen said that in order to !. Jj"
grand champion. Angus female at the Beef Breeding Cattle qualify for the jobs, applicantsmust SAUCE f1! 1//, "-; 'Ih'" ',,1 ,.
Show April 3 at the Bradford County Fair. have been out of work I EGGS (
for 30 days, and must be resi- Are Being Conducted In 1 18 Oz. '
dents of Bradford County. He 5ge 'I..' .
.. 5ge'I. "
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said the temporary jobs would Tent At "" ''I'I
help the department in work- : / 'J _' fjj1J1,6V

w ing out its summer vacation E. Reagan's 1 Home Grown .
-
schedule. .
Fla
Upon motion of Councilman 3Vi MI. South 01 Starke II CABBAGE10C POLEB
f' irGr"rk Marc Jackson, it was decidedto On S R. 100 NS
spend about $650 for 11
safety helmets and five safety : .NOTPLAYTHINGS Starts April 15
,
vests for the Police Depart- tit 'G, Lb. 00
ment, as requested by Chief s sNot Thru April 30 6W+M { 3ge Or 3 Fo!1

Bowen. Helmets cost $29.95 Tuesdays Thurs a Sunday
each and price of the vests
was quoted at from $62 to $65 MinistersJ. 1
each. Bowen said the addi- plaything*--neither. for Hendry C. Gerloff CHARMIN TISSUE T: 69

tional safety equipment was "u adult._, ___ _..or'_L children.__ _. u. I
Vie are WIIO lire "Iarlen. I .
recommended by insurance j
Qr'" underwriters as a precautionary -

:I measure.In other action. the council: SAVE 14%T049 EAGLE 3 BIG DAYS THURSDAY

# -Was reminded by Clerk ON OUR DISCOUNT PRICES FRIDAY &SATURDAY :j':
Edwards that the Departmentof .
Pollution Control will

require the city to have quali- -- "
fied operators at the sewer --
EFL4J plant for 16 hours a day, seven
,
days a week starting Jan. 1,
1976. At present the city has {
three men at the plant from 10
to 12 hours a day. He D
estimated this would require
...
employment of one or two
;;c afrlr r additional men.Expressed .

Ricky Brachitt shows the grand champion Hereford dissatisfactionwith
female from the Beef Cattle Breeding Show held April 3 at the present method of ,
the Bradford Fair. The animal 'is owned by the Union High inventorying city property, as
FFA Chapter. not giving complete control, :
but ordered no change due to
1 1I
expense involved in maintaining 1I

perpetual\: inventory on k ; +n
every item. ,
-Appointed Councilman e e ZtbsP
PJ 1 1 tbPV '
Epps to represent the city on J P
the North Central Florida.
Regional Council.
I -Heard Councilman Ver- r\ tr

rp non Silcox call for a clean-up
of the city park on Church
Street.

rat r.s ru .a s
1 1.l Raiford Figures..

(From Page 1)) sirs COOL TANK TOPS MORTUCnMKn UFL.OZ.TUrrU LttMCMTtof IWTMSMLVnBnuh
Cond.aea cation Ml. Stec.. blade. Prints, Emir to KM rim* *r boton. tqMolu, unlticlw, II on-mih root off'
Melain Clyatt the only bid Strip**and (olid, *. SML..alids. M.L.XL A 15-I7. Soul In rh* thin, Drovont* ru l. 6 01. can H.Ipsp.vwarwnnp.101UCOMC .
received. Clyatt's bid was for
$865 for the pump with a one : : k
.l f and one-half horsepower iLt
) '
motor, 120 gallon tank with 6 j I
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1
fittings and accessories.
Adopted a resolution to 1bPt
enter into a intergovernmental -
agreement with Union ,t 1 w Md
County to provide the servicesof i Ib ra'i0R7gLAC0
a building inspector and P *
permit program for any con-
t' struction within the limits of -
the municipality and agreedto ra. e.s
the terms of the charges A lop.lob.1 MlocKon ofMntvd
_..IYId. a.rJoe therefor as established by the fylvVf Mvy county commission. A minimum fabric*, foohlon colors. A MUCH MUJinoy FAGJI MIOItNta alWl EMU MUM IAT1C ACID NaRO tAlaEa IMTIbr.dy.ukra.bgualnr.
Meng displays his grand champion female and the charge of$45 will be collected povlol color*. Ramovo* rood film dirt, Quick, .caa.col peal wchaaof17.71'Qa l lor
trophy won in the Beef Breeding Cattle Show held at the on building 'permits of cohort, good (II. S-47. rtnmMdnck.SML. bua*.Will not IMo*. I gal, troottnont. 1 gallon.YUM T... Popular color*.

Bradford County Fair Wednesday night April 3. Animals in up to 1,500 square feet of floor i
the Beef Breeding Show are not sold but returned to pasture space, with an additional "
as breeding
animals.
charge of $4 per 100 square
feet in excess of 1,500. This "
+
charge will allow for four e3
inspections to be made by the ,b$, k* sP
:i county building inspector who PV y, .a IngArrvs
1 will be paid $10 for each in
f fIPICIIT
spection.For Ztb 4P rs:. :.
mobile homes an initial P .
tttalat PdaAlsvaaatioaa
charge of $15 will be made fora : '-

permit with an additional
k Indigo bin* boll tar t t r ,
charge of $10 for each subsequent rat vs J .ntdiad Inaa p.. 100% J rat
f r, inspection required.All 3/x11f cotton danifli I*bar lodcodat >
\ i future requests for pointi of >l>ain. Fly
BTMUUnnwiYIMK fiat fio.poekat con PLASTIC ETCMw lOHEE KUnrrfJUHTMMOVM PVC IUCTUCAL TAR
l L. r; ri"5t building permits within the t11ITCQITOaT-NRIu l 10W nylon bl ruction. 51550 7-15. Hondv 12.6ti.W III*. Effective, economical. Fa 1/4"wto*. 60 ft. long roll
,. town limits will be channeled or 0... Seas 5ML.Xl_ al Soda*. On sinn*all.n Fo.hwr pk.l a For idoMOndcolloctlblo*. quick .n p.l np. I pi. can in poly bag. I..ulottay'
through the office of the Union
I County Clerk of the Circuit .
J, Court and the newly appointed ,
county building inspector Sam
Wilson, of Lake Butler who
was appointed to that positionby !
! the county commissionerson

r Tuesday April 8. sr' J*

''l ll ; "t sPVlq
20,000 Acres May /n 1 i'
0
Be Added To Baker 00 D

Wildlife AreaThe iJ r.. : ; 3tKv7ITYwYwaSL w E


tplf5tIS 11W1YtwC tt1BB t IN IM TOILMT AI wl11Ji1w1S4 AOR ISU. U1lflAYL..I.l.akahel.
Florida Game and 1W" tv* unonw oviicj% Popular atltd color In t I6$19 2gr.if.kad FI.t.dd..larhalals.full tbmgr.d k..w dray
51.05 r br.-, ml**. Goto. 10 IX Sa.nOtA4S.4t.11. k.a.. 0rwpl.d. Ithou.F.ill pie. ofvid.JtnyJ
..c2.. Fresh Water Fish Commission
.2 __ ,. in a meeting this
Donald Hamilton won first place in showmanship in the Friday April 18, will discuss ii. ra.JiN'A
eeef y"lhBCM" Show April 3 at the Bradford plans to add 20,000 acres of
County is sponsored by the Edwards Cattle land to the Lake Butler
Company; Mrs. Betty Edwards presents the 173 award to Wildlife Management Area.
j Hamilton. d
The meeting will begin at 9
a.m. on Friday April 18, and
" ", Band Concert Set FridayThe be held in the auditorium of
the Commission building, 620 s
,: Bradford !Middle and three superior ratings for its South Meridian Street,
, ,: high! School bands will concert performance. Of the Tallahassee. ., is ea.iiii
present a Spring Concert 30 middle and high schools The Wildlife agency will L I iK
. I tomorrow night (Friday.April participating only two middle consider the addition of 50,000 ttollliX3itJ(
; I IHiul I H p.m. in the high school schools earned a consistent' acres of land in Hamilton and w+
, tiuditoriuin. top rating. The entire BMS Baker counties, 20,000 to be Iw_ ft 2 Iw1ItwMI/aEIM0r ITAana R N TUUNIIA TwTUI IYW RACTtSA'
band Is 170 strong.Admission added t jye. 00 rmo* bVaH .d k! oAl*and*ola ..W. 0.l uf etalhr l..irrd ewsawd tt fir r i
The Tornado to the Lake
marching to the Butler .sl.. Si...7.12rt aWtapjh. 7-12. dos.> >7-12,rw..i.5.10 ad 1 Iptddky r tdrC.ep.t.N.ball.. w
spring Wildlife
kind received straight superior Management Area
ratings in district bundcontests concert will be $1 for adults and 30,000 to establish a new
/ 'ihis year and 50 cents for students. wildlife management area (in
The ItMS symphonic bund Hand booster members will be Hamilton County. Owens-
,">o members strong received. admitted upon presentation of Illinois currently owns the _. Madison .4-7113
membership card*. acreage., .

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