Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03997
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Train Local ;':


Crash ;

Fatal =n't'.+ G r l/x / it yr,} "tVKEFLOFtIDA 4'o1' Work Behi .I

STARKE Larry Lamar .. a :
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Griffin,. :27, of Rt. 1, Starke ..; w
was killed instantly when his ; "
car was cut in half when 1, '1::; ". "

struck by a train at the Mar- ''j:<." it. IJ y Their titu !

ket midnight Road last crossing Thursday just before April ,,..' 1 w r s r dr'W II ;rl1l

17.Griffin is Bradford's second ) i ,
traffic fatality of 1975 He was STARKE-Bradford students are working beyond their aplilude: in some,*pi'cific /.
alone in his car when it ran ,: ;x. ,1 a, "' all are failing to achieve up to their ability, according to tests which rule ability. and
into the path of a northbound I and compare them to national norms ::: ,])

passenger train.According ,. At this point Curriculum Director Richard Jockel is not too concerned with i
to a report filed ,.,; ; '1,., Jockel most concerned the local students are not working up to their ability Jock*)
by Investigator George A. school board Thursday night, April 17, to go over results of the Achievement '(. l <
Tomasovitch of the Starke % "i V"tY >4 J *1 r *T** \ <*Jysrvtf the California Test of Basic Skills. He showed the board results of the tells 1!

Police Department, Amtrak's K-8 in Bradford County for the first time. ;
train No 94 was northboundon The tests, scored by computer, for the first time show Brudl'ord t'Cuculorsh.t! ;. ;
the east tracks of the rail- know compared students of their same grade and ability all over I he count ry. The
road, traveling at an 2 iiK%& w ) but gives teachers knowledge for the first time of where each student siands{in '
estimated speed of 67 miles .
rtgti Kindergarten '
per hour, when the 1969 Chevrolet R tested in i

operated by Griffin, tra only. Aptitude.of : 1
. east Market Road r Teacher Positions
veling on
'l Asters was not
m i
about 100 yards east of the l r ifenough

fairgrounds apparently drove attained at that
directly into the train's path. ) )
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:' The impact completely sev- ah t' 1. Grades 1-2 w ,:
ered the auto into two sections 5 Approval TopicAt reading math, "
but for
dragging one section
approximately lOCI teet beloreit Grades 3-8 w
became disentangled from reading, math, '
the train. reference skills: |
The auto was a total loss and Meeting TodaySTARKE was also tested. :I j
about $1,500 damages was All tests were 'i iby {

done to the train. teachers in l I'
all annual contract
Saturday night about 9 p.m. will lose their jobs at the end teachers. month of this I{
Test results have
an 11-year-old child, Christopher of the school term because of' The announcements were I
hands of local
L; Eakin, of Rt. 1, the current economic crunch made at the close of a five, lime Last
Starke, sustained injuries to as things stand now Supt. Jim hour work session Monday in some i
the results
the head and leg when he Temple said Monday, which the school board met to were the ;"
attempted to cross SR-100 at examine the high school parents by
the Walnut Street intersectionand -/1' Current budget estimates Parents } $(
ran into the left front of a show some 20 fewer leachers gram. dual test record i ,
A is set this
special meeting
1 Over 100 Answer On Downtown Starke in the over-all < f
1972 Pontiac, operated by Questions positions County next afternoon at 5 p.m. in the
i Stephanie June Redfearn of a year, but natural attrition board meeting room for the the anticipated i i
Keystone)i'Heights, who was Highly pleased with local in-put In the Starke 73 Workshop Cost of the project was underwritten by Slarke merchantswho (retirement, relocation, etc.) board to consider formal equivalent, and !
traveling east on SR-100. staged In the downtown area last Friday and Saturday Tom have been interested in developing. a plan to rejuvenatethe has been such that only nine approval of teacher positions percentile ;
The accident was investigated Mmnford (second from right and Dick Uunlup show Mayor- downtown business district. Fora mortf complete discussion teachers now stand to lose for 197576., Annual contract to students '! {;
by Starke Police Officer Commissioner Charles Schaefer a model of Slarkc's concentrated of,the Ideas of local I citizens;Jon the needs, of downtown their jobs Temple said. teachers must be reappointed 'aptitude and

Kenneth Carlton, who carried ,. business area. Starke,: see article on editorial. 111J.It'! + "By the end of the year, each year by the board. ACt Teachers .j "
the child to'the "" More than 100 t44uekl1linnairex during the! Alter analyzing the local Jhinlaji conceivably, results of the ,,
emergency i erSimH'iVplled h.p"IW'70"nford un") wlllv-, any curren teachersmust.,.by i law, ,bey .
room of the Bradford County workshop conducted by; the two University of Florida College make their final presentation uno.before June I I. including""''''"r*tea Cher'"'whu..dest tea*fcmpteyJIment notified' six weeks prior UAhepresent '...:wbethe ,.,the"' ? 4)I. '
Hospital. The patient was of Architecture students who are specializing in landscape 'master site plan site analysis sketches and a prototype in this county will have af school term if they -swered >
released after receiving treat architecture and environmental design. model Of the area job," the superintendent will be rehired or not. Board correctly
not answer:
ment. sta ted. No elementary teacher
members will be given lists of
The Florida Highway Patrol stands to lose a job. The nine teachers recommended back, each supplied for
reported a three vehicle accident will come from the middle and also lists of those not area tested
that occurred three miles school and high school six recommended for average
northwest of Lake Butler on Building Priority Change SoughtFor from BMS and three from reappointment.being all students in

SR-100 about 930; a.m. Thurs BUS. Discussion Monday' mor national average
norm \
day; April 17. Fate of non-instructional ring was on the three high In
Champ Bullard Crews, of positions, many of which face school programs in which students
Lake City, west on elimination in the $400,000 attend school and work. students are
SR-100 had parker his 1973 Separate 6th Grade ComplexSTARKE budget cut the county was The 288 or 'Job Entry month the national when norm the
Chevrolet on the shoulder of forced to make for 75-76 under Program, Diversified tested.

the highway. Ernest Cleve- preliminary state funding Cooperative Training (DCT), The first
, land Vaughn, Jr., of Starke After a lengthy been somewhat difficult for elementary students are used 14, but a compromise was estimates, will not be decided and Ag Placement. average, were
. also traveling west on SR-100 discussion of self-contained sixth graders. to. seemingly reached until the county receives a Board Member Arthur Gas behind the

. (See Page 4)) classrooms versus the open The separate building on the But teachers and principalson The new sixth grade com firm dollar figure from kins wanted to know if some Second graders
Boar 1, the Bradford School middle school site for sixth April 14 repeatedly asked plex will have some fixed he had Temple said students in the work programswere months behind.
voted on April 14 to Monday just receivedthe not weak in academics
r a + wrn graders is seen as for flexibility to have spaces walls but also some movable Third graders
giving a
have the State Department of than classroom state Department ofRevenue's and if such students might be
bigger one by partitions although the latter months behind
more gradual transition from
i e adn! ( rier Education consider adjustingthe elementary school. having movable partitions as are more costly, Architect 78th computer better served in an academic pated
:' county's priority list to opposed to permanent walls. Craig Salley told the board. printout on budget estimates. program. There are currently according to
include a 10-classroom com At the same time, the school The discussion was suddenly Board Member Pat All nine teachers have been 42 Bradford High students seven months
plex to house the sixth gradeat board swung back to the self. interrupted when the lights Spengler said that after five notified of the situation and enrolled in DCT and working national norm.
ttS" Bradford Middle School. contained classroom conceptthe went out during the city's years of working in the middle have been placed in a first-to- parttime 44 in the job entry this year in

Some school board members more traditional building "blackout" the night of April (See Page 4) be-rehired category. The nine
r had previously discussed month based on
,\f. going back to the traditional NOT EVEN BRADFORD COUNTY only two months
HOMEMAKERSFASHION closed or self-contained class- other words
room switch from their ability the
concept a
SHOWAgriculture Bldg. the big open buildings with Will Urbanization should have

'i Thurs.Sandwich, April 24 Lunch, 12 noon few constructed walls which at the have middle been Nobody Escape Coming that basic months point.skills more than

school and new high school.
Public Invited
Insisting on input from Importance of adopting a counties fail to act then the must be planned for now in must be made for restorationof tion of water, stating that in The fourth
EASTERNSUPPER----STAR- teachers and principals present land use plan [for Bradford state takes over the job. order to prevent problems in the land after it is mined in some heavily mined areas in to be the bright
Board Chairman Rodney County "before the state' During the in-put session; the future, Dr. Fiess mentioned order to prevent wastelandssuch central Florida, the water testing
Sat., 7p.m.Masonic Hall quickly found out, once comes in and does it for us" following the presentation of the possibility of phos as are seen in the Polk table dropped. as much as 40 graders, in the
Hall he got the comments, that was emphasized at the semi- maps and charts on every sec- phate mining in the county County area after phosphate feel. were working only
educators prefer the flexibility final report Tuesday night of lion of the county. CouncilmanVernon and the impact it would haveon mining. Dr. Fiess said. He Art Kiefer a member of the behind anticipated 'i
HOSP.----- of using more than one the group that has been working Silcox said there the environment. Plans also mentioned the conserva- (See Page 4)) one month behind
AUXILIARY classroom at a time on a land use study for seems to be a reluctance on norm. It is the lone !
Supper Mon., -INoetiny An apparent compromisewas Bradford County for the.past the part of some county resi- nine grades

Methodist 7:30p.m. reached between the two two years... dents to accept the concept of Hospital Loses Liability PolicySTARKE consistently I|

,Fellowship Hall concepts with Architect Craig The final report will be submitted land use planning because national norm."Countywide.
----0- Salley saying he would lake around the middle of they fear that "some of their ,
Parent.YouthOrganization direction from the discussion May, it was announced. rights are being taken away." Saying that 41 problem from the state legis much of the problem. The new graders were ''
when he prepares drawings of He said that people who think other hospitals in Florida had lature, Edmondson said. computer was installed but where they should
Chicken Pilau the new building. Dr Carl Fiess of the Urban like this need to realize that been cancelled, AdministratorR.E. He said that as far as he not ready for service when the Curriculum '
Activities Supperand Craig Salley and Associatesof Regional Development Center land use planning will be compulsory "Dick" Edmondson said knew, no Starke physicians accounting machine used He credits the
Sat.,May 3.'4 p.m., Gainesville will design the University of Florida in the future and it Is the Bradford County hospital had lost their liability cover- since the hospital opened erally ,
Pratt St. Ball Field additions to the middle school stressed the rapid changesnow much better to do it on the would not close while without age, but that rates had been "expired." teachers which !'
----- and add four kindergarten taking place in Bradford local level than to have the liability insurance. increased.The Crippen said the new used in elementary
GARAGE SALE classrooms, two each at County and said that no placein state step in and do the job. trustees now number machine seems to be working the past two
St. Marke Parish Starke and Southside Ele-, Florida will be exempt from Edmondson told the four due to the resignation ofA.G. properly now and expects the In fact, in
Sat., Hall mentary Schools after signing the problems of urbanization. George Gould, of the Bradford County Hospital Loudon. George Shufordis accounts receivable to decline fourth graders,
May io4FREE"
Department of Community Board of Trustees that two to or above I
,- contracts with the school "We need planning to get reportedly recuperating even more. up
board the night of April 14. ready for this change" Dr. Affairs Tallahassee, said that Coral Gables insurance companies from illness and also was not Bill Dampier asked Crippento ability. Fourth ;
Fiess said out thatFlorida's the effectiveness of land use had been in contact review Starke
Blood Pressure Plans for the two kindergarten pointing present at the April 17 monthly quarterly reports
classrooms at Southside population is predicted study depends on citizen with the hospital concerning meeting.The from the hospital so that stance were a
Elementary and the two at to Increase 85 per cent participation. "There is no use malpractice insurance. He meeting scheduled for future problems could be where they should ,
Will be given In frontofWlnnDhdefrom 21 Starke Elementary were com by the year 2,000.. making a study if the recom added that preliminary 7 p.m., began at 7:30: becausethe headed off before getting to reading. \
mendations are not put into figures indicated that the Bradford j
plete, with approval to be third member needed for a the proportions reached this
10a.m. Legislation now pending In effect," he said. Gould said yearly premium could jump dents generally
to 4 gained from principals during'the quorum had been out of townon fall. Crippen agreed to do the \
p.m.as a community the State Legislature would this could be done with from the former I
service past week. Salley will only $7,000 to as business. work at a small cost which strength in
your local compel all Florida counties the personal involvement of a 'much as 60000. one area
return for a special meeting of Bill Dodd asked if any progress was not mentioned.In .
: Seventh Day as well as cities lo 'have a Citizens Participation( .group Edmondson said that graders at
Adventist the board to ask that the four'klnderj&arten personnel had been reported on other action Edmondson
land-use plan by 1979. Under forming a lalson between the had been cautioned to trustee stance, tested
classrooms be getting a new to
----- the provisions of this law If public and the various be advised the board that installation above their
advertised for bids. boards doubly careful in all treat replace Loudon. No one could ability!
CAR WASH cities fail to do this the who had begun on the 100 ton and
counties must the
implement plan. ments. Hospitals and doctorsare ley Brooker
The board is also anxious lo'nail shed any light on the situation.
air unit which
SafuMayApr1171Hurst's Shell down final plans for-the must do it for them. If the Among the factors that hoping for relief of the Auditor Albert H. CrippenotGainesville had been conditioning purchased. The cost were right on the >

10a.m.3p.m. addition to the middle school. reviewed the was $1,000, he said. The seventh
Sponsored by Overcrowding Is worse at that Cancer Crusade Goal Is 5OOO financial report for the fiscal farthest behind
center where ending 30 1974. He Atty. Dick Welty presenteda
Junior National over 1,000 stu-, year Sept. the grades tests
Honor Society dents occupy a school built for; STAKKE '- The 1975 Bradford Residential Crusade, under pay for a mouse to be used in said the hospital had made draft of personnel policies math. The '
for the trustees to review. The
740, than place In the money but for various reasons
any County Cancer Crusade., way now. A letter will be sent research.The picked up
county" 'to businesses Crusade has to date had failed to collect. members are to study the proposed County-wide
c..wtir ... with a goal of $5,000, will be requesting policies and consider
The board originally collected Accounts receivable dents tested
kicked Alt next weekend. May donations. [( $1,541 toward its ,
m.." (Community decided to separate the sixth 1-4, Thursday Sunday under $5,000 goal. Bradford Chapter 'amount to $475,000 presently, adoption in May.appreciation months behind '
A resolution of
grade from the present overcrowded direction of Attorney Richard 'A Mouse to College school President 'Lillian Stump is Crippen said The figure norm .
Mate _ailk middle school complex Welty. program Is planned under making her annual visits to soared to over $500,009 at one was signed [presentation to The important ;; '
'AccwM M. lmwiif where It Is felt the transition direction of Bradford Middle local businesses and has so far time. He said that malfunctioning Head Nurse Gloria King who ,ever as Jockel
r.wsNw w from elementary schoolto One-hundred volunteers retaking School Principal Lennard collected$673 which she terms in a. new computer served as administrator during teachers for the
INNN.O.aNa 11111MMp. c... an open environment where part in collecting Register. Students will be ""special gifts" of $25 andover purchased to handle the the time before Edmondson have information
independence Is: stressed has money to fight cancer in the asked for a 58-cent donation to .hospital's accounting caused was hired.. (See .Page

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I Jayne Hardy And David Mendenhall 3 Bridal Showers

Wedding Planned For Aug.- 2 Given Recently At fYlw Mw !

Hardy Mr. and announce Mrs. James the engage-Eldon Pine Level ChurchThe PI

ment marriage and of their approaching daughter, Youth Building of the jtaJyi Wooly Society Cditor, 964- 7608

Jayne Eugenia, of Atlanta, Pine Level Baptist Church has .___._.._.._ __. T ... L r 'IT ___
been the for three ------------ -
Ga. to David West Menden- setting
hall, also of Atlanta, son of bridal showers recently.
Mrs. Fowell Hill Mendenhalland On March 4 Mrs. Stewart Memorial Service DKG Society
the late F. H. Mendenhallof Duncan, the former Harriet
Athens, Ga. Faulkner, a recent bride, was Held Sunday At Met Aprill 15
h r honored at a bridal shower
Miss Hardy a 1967 gra-
duate of Bradford High given by Mrs. Jerald Baldwin, Crosby Cemetery In Lake Butler
School. She received her BS Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs. Ver-
degree in elementary educa- nie Thornton, Mrs. Owen The W. T. Weeks chapter Alpha Nu chapter of Delta
tion from Tift College in 1971 Alvarez, Mrs. John Kenny and United Daughters of the Con- Kappa? Gamma, international
and her MED in Education in Mrs. A.B. Whitehead. federacy, held their annual society of women teachers,
1974 from Mercer University. Arrangements of pink and Confederate Memorial Ser- met Tuesday night, April 15 in
Miss Hardy is presently white azaleas and bridal vice Sunday, April 20 at 4 p.m. the Community Center in
wreath were used at of
with Clayton points Lake Butler
employed at Crosby Lake Cemetery.The .
County Board of Education interest and as a centerpieceon invocation was given by Initiated into the society
the refreshment table. were Mrs. Mary Lou Dasburg,
teaching first grade. Judge Elzie S. Sanders,
Games were played and Center
Mr. Mendenhall graduatedfrom followed by the salutes to the Bradford Vo-Tech ,
Darlington Prep Schoolin prizes awarded to the win- American and Confederate Starke; Mrs. Janet Fulton,

Rome, Ga. in 1962. He ners. flags led by Mrs. L. G.Powell, A Baker County Reading Clinic,
received his BS degree in The hostesses presented the charter member of .the. Macclenny; Mrs. Ann
Therapeutic Recreation from honoree with salt and chapter. Ragans, Starke Elementary
the University of Georgia andis Hospital in Atlanta. pepper shakers to her chosen Mrs. Guy Sale, chapter School; Mrs. Ernestine Register -
currently enrolled in the The wedding will take place china as a memento of the welcomed mem- Southside Elementary
MED program at Georgia August 2 at 8 p.m. at the First occasion. bers president and guests to the service School; Mrs. Martha Starling,
State University. He served in Baptist Church, Starke,with a ----- commemorating all veteransof Baker County Junior High I
the U.S. Air Force from 1966- reception following in the On April 4 Miss Debbie the Confederacy. Mrs. Elzie School, Macclenny.Miss .
1970 and is presently em- Woman's Club of Starke. Faulkner May 3 bride-elect Della Rosenberg,
bridal Sanders, historian read the
ployed as Director of Recrea- All friends and relatives are was complimented at a Roll of Honor. vyg president, presided at the Vicki Reddish
shower given by Mrs. Jimmy
invited to attend. business meeting. Initiationwas
tion Therapy.atPeachford Thornton,Mrs. Owen Alvarez, W. B. McKinney, violinist, Paul WestEngagement
conducted by Mrs.
and J. T. Pollard of Ocala, :
Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Mrs.
Martha Riherd and Mrs.
Leonard Moore, Mrs. Thad bass violinist, PlaredL Smith and Mrs. Joe Thornton. delightful .
I' .
The Society voted to contribute
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along with a medley of favo- ... .
Yellow and white spring '!',,,. $25 to the Miccosukee Mr. and Mrs. Maxie D. Red
rites of the Old South.
flowers were used at vantage Indian Scholarship Fund. dish, Raiford, announce the
MORNING C M points. Benjamin Guest Speaker Bryant was, pastor Rev.of ,: \ The Lake Butler member- engagement of their daughter,
N Games and prizes were the First Baptist Church who ,< v ship was in charge of the Vicki, to Paul West, son of Mr.
enjoyed during the evening.The spoke on the founding of the 114, .>. refreshments. and'Mrs. Frank L. West of
hostesses presented the
Members from Raiford.
FOODSOU attending
UDC and the importance of
HEALTH honoree with the creamer to
memorial services. He Starke were: Miss Rosenberg, The wedding will take placeon
Elizabeth Belcher John
her chosen china pattern as a stressed scriptural bases for Flynn, Jr. Mrs. Willie Mae Denton, Mrs. Friday, June 13, at 7:30:

;:;:::i; :::;::::!:::; '--7 memento Miss!!Susan._of_the Faulkner_occasion, .May New memorials testaments in both, the the greatestof Old and Wed March 15 In Claxton, Ga. Sheppard Mona Canova, Mrs., Edna Mrs. Hart Kate, p.m.Lake at the Butler.Community,CenterIn

:) 23 bride-elect, was honored at which is the Communionitself. Mrs. Helen Johns, Mrs. All friends and relatives are.
..,,.; :.: :.:: .-- -- Miss Elizabeth Ann Bel- white organza in flattering
::::::;:::::: :: a bridal shower Tuesday Gladys Thomas, Mrs. Evelyn invited to attend.
night, April 22, given by Mrs. closed cher, daughter of Rev. and fitted princess line with Haney, Mrs. Marilyn Vell-
N. Temple 1964-8978 By Pizza Hut The was by Mrs. R.C. Belcher chapel train featuring a jewel
865 of Claxton,
Thornton Johns, Mrs. Hugh the singing of"Blessed Be the enga, Mrs. Maureen Paul, Mary Sue Underhill
Ga. became the bride neckline and long illusion,
of John
Hutson Mrs. Vernie Thorn- Mrs. Lucile Payne, Mrs; Sue
Tie That Binds" all in
Offers: ton, Mrs. J.R. Bullington, attendance. Maurice Flynn, Jr. of Jack- cuffed, bishop sleeves accented Winkler, Mrs. Maxine Gibson, Ronnie Tomlinson
Vitamins Proteins Mrs.Fred Watterson and Mrs. sonville, son of Rev. and Mrs. with val lace. Daintyrows Mrs. Adele Mitchell and Mrs.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
John Maurice of val lace flowed down
Flynn, Sr. of Muriel Norman.
Owen Alvarez. Wedding 26
Home assisted in the service. Starke the entire skirt end with baby April
Dry Fruits Nuts Cosmetic Books Arrangements of pink and on 15 at 4 p.m.
in the Eastside Baptist Church'In bows. Her matching cap was
white spring flowers were Hosp. Auxiliary Mr. and Mrs. Jack Under-
Claxton, Ga. trimmed in the same val laceas
& Dietetic Candies used throughout the party DUPLICATE BRIDGE Rev. Belcher, father of the the dress with rows of hill announce the approaching

room. CLUB RESULTSMr. bride, and Rev. Flynn, father pearls on it, and a cathedral DinnerMeetingMondayApril28 marriage of their daughter,
Free Health Food Book To Games with prizes were and Mrs. Rick James of the groom, performed the train with bluster attached.She Mary Sue, to Ronnie E. Tom
enjoyed during the party were first at Duplicate Bridge nuptials. carried a bouquet of bri- linson, son of Mrs. Roy Tom
Our Customers hours. Tuesday night. Tieing for two 'baskets of spring dal roses and an orchid with a linson and the late Roy Tom
The honoree was presentedwith
second place were Rhea John- flowers in pink and lilac cen- New Testament. Along with The Bradford County linson.
'(Quantity Limited So Hurry In Today) her hostesses an electric as a mixer memento from of son and Lora Francis and T.A. tered the altar against a back- her bouquet she carried a Hospital Auxiliary will hold The wedding will be held at
Sundem and Liza Minesinger. ground of small candle trees handkerchief that belongs to their general meeting and the Madison Street Baptist
.--.--....---.-. the occasion.. and an arch of candles. Can- her grandmother, Mrs. M.J. covered dish supper Monday, Church Saturday, April 26, at

1 .' "'''' ffwiL.: ,:. .. :. .......:.. ., : ..::: dles and greenery highlighted Hamm.A April 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the 8 p.m. with the reception
+ .z"" following at the church social
ay the windows, and the family reception was held in the Methodist Fellowship Hall.
*, pews were marked with church fellowship Hall. There will be an installationof hall.All
e greenery and bows. Arrangements of spring officers, awards presentation friends and relatives are
Presenting a program of flowers in lilac and pink high- and annual reports given. invited to attend.,
nuptial music were Mrs. John lighted points of interest. Hostesses will be Mrs. M.A.
j4Ij S Kennedy, pianist, and John The serving table was Baldwin and Mrs. O.W. White. Teen. Volunteers
ttt a Kennedy, soloist. covered with a pink tableclothwith
a. .David Corbin of Tallahassee hand crocheted lace overit Eastern StarS.ipperApriI26 Make Tray Favors
,t = uk t Y i served as best man and the with floor length ruffle of
ushers were Mike Hudson.and pink net festooned at intervals For Hosp. Patients
Robert Daniel of Jacksonville, with ribbon bows of pink and '
1 x L Terry Brown of Gainesvilleand lilac. The three tiered cake Starke chapter No.; 224 The Teenage Volunlegrsheld
JIa Frank Cogdell of N. Attle- was embossed in white with Order of the Eastern Star, will ah election of officers at
1 boro, Mass. lattice work trimmed with have a covered dish their meeting Tuesday nightof
garlands of lavender and pink.In supper last week at the home of
at in
1 Saturday, April 26 7 p.m.
1 Mrs. Carolyn Adams of front of the cake was an the Masonic Hall. All Masons their sponsor, Mrs. Linda
Graceville, Fla. was matronof arrangement of roses. Mrs. Johns.
and their families are invitedto
''I) J I -- honor and Miss Celeice Randolph Sapp, assisted by attend. Officers elected were:
Croy of Dalton, Ga. was maidof Debra Knowles cut the cake. president, Teresa Spivey;
honor. Both wore lilac The silver punch bowl was first vice-president, Nancy
wM k organza, princess style gowns encircled with pink and lilac Blanche Peterson Hildreth; secretary, Pam
with floral pink print and a V- daisies. Tucker; treasurer, Linda
accent in front of lace and Miss Georgia Beatty, cousinof Donald Stokes Settles Plans were made for
: .IJ ribbon. They wore lilac hats the bride, from Louisville, the installation and banquet to.
: -i : with pink ribbon and carried 'Ala. kept the guest book. Wedding June 28 be held in June.
"" ;; bouquets of spring flowers in Following a wedding trip to During the program the
lilac and pink. points of interest in Florida girls made tray favors for the
Mrs. Lois Register of the couple is residing in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. James A. patients at Bradford County

A Deluxe Master Bedroom Graceville, Fla. and Mrs. sonville. Peterson announce the Hospital. .
Annetta Cogdell of N. Attle- The bride is employed as engagement approaching At the close of the meeting
boro, Mass., sister of the Director of Children's Learn- marriage of their daughter Mrs. Johns served refresh-
H.,. a special group that's p.rf.ct in every wayl! Blanche Annette, to DonalGrey
groom, were bridal atten- ing Academy II, of Jackson ments.
Elegant enough for her and spacious .ough for him. dants. They ville. Stokes, son of Mrs.
Includes dresser mirror 5-drawer chest and were gowned Grace Stokes of Columbia
triple is ,
identically to the honor atten- Mr. Flynn employed by
chairback bed. A sensational Mar-Resistant Plastic TopsHighpressure dants. Denson Electrical Co. in Jack- Tenn.
value twice the for The wedding is planned for Mr. and Mrs. George
at price, now only sonville.
your Little Misses Jill Busbee of
laminated plastic resists h.at, June 28 in Columbia, Tenn. Huggins returned Monday
burn, solvents such a* nail polish remover Ga. and Susan Millerof after 11 days camping at
Your Choice with Bakerhill, Ala., cousin of Anastasia State Park.
Of and stays beautiful wipe-clean care .
I the bride, served as flower Sandra Chilly, daughter of
girls. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire and
in marriage by her returned Tuesday spent the weekend with Mr.
White Fruitwood father Genera Mrs. Gladys Weldon visited
Antique or the bride wore a Sally surgery in Alachua and Mrs. W.B. Harrison in. Mrs. W.H. Peebles in Ocala
Wallace creation of romantic Hospital last Tuesday. Perry, Ga. ,last Wednesday.

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Miss Underhill PYO Parents Plan Pilau .
Honored At Supper For Sat., May 3

Bridal LuncheonMiss The Parent Youth Organi- starting at 5 pm. at the Pratt Mr. and Mrs. James Lake-Me- Mrs. Charles Darby attended Local admittances to
Neely and daughter of ford Hospital Brad'f'f
the Court Management County
Street ball field. Donations
zation will hold a chicken :
land the weekend with Include
spent week Mrs.
April 26 Mary bride-elect Sue Underhill, was, pilau supper Saturday, May 3 $1.25 children., adults and 75 cents for Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Conference Orlando last at the Thursday Hilton Inn and in Doyle, Lake Geneva! George .J

honored at a bridesmaid Bridal I Shower For Activities will include intro- Thomas. friday; :sne also spent the Knoblock and Connie Hudson, 1
luncheon duction of ball weekend with her sister, Mrs. Keystone Heights; Francis i
at the players bpr"
Saturday Gar- ; game ,1
Mrs. M.M. McRae spent and Mrs. Lorraine
den Restaurant given by Mrs. Mary Sue Underhill time 6:15: fun time 7:45.: week with her son-in-law and A.T.Spencer in Winter Haven. Kempton Bennett, Lawtey; Mrs. "
John C. Greene, Mrs. Ervin Parents are asked to sup-
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Abdul Rahme
and Mrs. Charles Beas- Jeanette Hampton;
Andrews and Mrs.. Bobby Thursday NightMiss port dixie your children and : small fry, $ .;. Alivandi in Tampa. Mr. and ley Mr.of Haines City and Mrs. Mrs. Kathryn Newman, Mel-
Taylor. youth junior boys.
1y ,b ., .rYi Mrs. Alivandi will leave in Gus Beasley of Bay Town rose; Mrs. Elaine Tarleton, ;
Sue Underhill three weeks for Iran where he Kaiford William Wilson Mrs.
The luncheon table was cen- Mary Texas ,were Thursday and ; ,
tered with an arrangement of was complimented at a mis- 'i will work for National Oil Co. Friday guests of Mrs. O.L. Vera Ely, Mathew Barber,
yellow and white daisies and cellaneous shower last Thurs- Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kin- Mack Jones, Harold Waters,
down the length of the table day night given by Mrs. John y caid.,. Jr., Mrs. Dorothy Bagwell,
was a garland of ivy Interspersed A. Reddish, Mrs. Wayne Blan- 'j" w Mrs. Janet, Turner and Julia Haisten, Edward Clary,
family, Mrs. James Barron
with yellow and white kenshipand Mrs.Vernon Red- H ..'" IJ Gaskins will attend Mr. and Mrs. William Glo- Mrs. Alice McClellan and
and Jacque -
daisies and yellow candles. dish at the home of the latter. 4 Jft'app' the of Vicki ver and daughters and Mrs. Mrs. Pearl Colson,
Bridal One game was played and a Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. graduation Starke.'r
place cards marked the s, r from St. Eve Godwin spent the week-
seating arrangement for the prize awarded to Mrs. Edwin Waters of Lawtey announce Johns Turner River Friday Junior night end at the Glover's cottage at
Williams. the birth of a daughter, Erin College.
13 guests. Floral City.
Corsages were presented to The refreshment table was Melinda, born April 11 in St. ',i( .2 .,. < ,
those the
Among attending
the honoree, her mother, Mrs. covered with an embroideredsheer Vincent's Hospital. Grand- Cedar Key Art Festival at Mr and Mrs. Paul G. Brown ::iti J
Jack Underhill, and Mrs. Roy cloth over green linen parents are Mr. and Mrs. Julie Cedar the week- and son, Palmer, Mrs. A.J.
Key during
and centered with an arrange- James L. Waters of Lawteyand May
Tomlinson, mother of the end Mr. and Mrs. 'Barry, son Drew and daughter
prospective groom. The hos- ment of sweet peas. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Adrienne, attended the ;
Mar. 25 At Douglas Hardy, Dr. and Mrs. ,
Wedding Calvary Baptist
tesses also presented the The with presentedMiss Scoggins of Starke. D.W. Whiffen, Mrs. W.J. Golden Needle award festivalat
Underhill an elec-
honoree with a silver, : Mr. and Mrs. Rich's auditorium in
tric clock as a memento of the Church Cane sister of the bride, kept Epperson!
.engraved cake knife as a Calvary Baptist was Levon Andrews and daughter, Atlanta over the weekend.
memento of the occasion. occasion. Mother of three camp-age the setting for the marriage of the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek
Among the guests were Mrs. Julie Cane of The bride's table Joy !
The bride-elect presentedher children, sewing on the May daughter was >
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy 1 I
attendants with white gold Jack Underhill, mother of the umpteenth name tape: Mr and Mrs. Kenneth E. Caneof covered with white linen cloth Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. M.R. y
chain necklaces with a double honoree, and Mrs. Roy Tom- "Aren't there any nudist Theressa, to John William 'and centered with a three Judd, Mr. and Mrs.. JIIAN16IJ1r6F0DRMJIIIf
linson, mother of the prospective Woodard of Mr. and Mrs. tiered cake Terry "iii
pearl setting. camps for children? son wedding Walters, Mr. and Mrs. B.C. i/ '"
David Woodard also of decorated in lavender and .
groom. Contributed by Ruth B, Mlllring Holtzendorf,Jr.,Mr. and Mrs.
Theressa.Rev. white. William Bresee
"!liD DO.............0....a............. A..A..OO aD....". Curtis Reames of the cake and Mrs. Curtis Malcolm Sanders, Mrs. T.S.
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Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 4I
Crystal Lake performed the .Reames presided at the punchbowl Pfeister, Mrs. Alice TIf I'

la eCJI'eS3 & (}1ft Sl.ol' Tuesday candlelight, March ceremony 25, at 8 p.m.on Following. a wedding trip :Stella Smith,, mr.Mr. and and Mrs Mrs.: Jimmy Gerald By Dr. Carl F. Hawuer GREAT GETAWAY
cfe Centering the of altar was and an the couple. is residing inTheressa. Williams, Rev. and Mrs. Den- Q. Who do you think

132-E. Call arrangement purple .( ton Sumrall and Mr. and Mrs. should manage a family'. OFfER
964-5051 white chrysanthemums and "The' bride and groom both 1
Lewis Chaff.
S gladioli against a backgroundof attended Bradford High money, the husband or wife? TRAVEL COMPANION KIT
branches candelabra with School. Mr. Woodard is employed Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gibson A. Actually, both the husband GIFT-WITH-PURCHASE I
1 Group burning tapers. by Allied Van Lines in .. .
and son, Daniel, of Middleton and the wife should participate 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 j
Mrs. Shirley Mobley, organist Gainesville Beach, Wis. were weekend equally in managing a : Merle Norman Cleansing :
and Mrs. Diane Hughes, guests of Mr and Mrs. L.H. family'* resource. Any mar Cream Lotion,Fresh Fair .
Spring 72 PairMerchandis'e --- soloist, presented a programof Gibson.Mr. riage, if it is to be a successful : Lotion,Moisture Lotion and : I
8 J nuptial music. one, is a partnership. Shape Sheen Shampoo- .
Harold Byers served as best ;W 1o.J now and Mrs. M.A Baldwin all four In a Great Getaway .
man and William Bresee was spent the weekend with their weekend travel case. All :

100,1 i an usher. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Dopsonand son-in-law and daughter, Mr. THEBRADFORDCOLNTYTELEGRAPII yours now as ourcomplimentary
Miss Annette Woodard, sis- gift with this
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Tom Wolshin and baby son at every Thursday
maid of honor. Norman cosmetic purchase
She wore a for little Christy Mon- Call
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Susan Edwards visited Devil's tick of Gainesville were Fri- Starke,Florida
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G 1 k < Z $1' pearls with matching earrings in Orlando over the week- visited Mrs. L.N. Meadows, a Outside trade area: $7.00 Oiler June 30,197%
and carried a bouquet of white end. patient in a hospital in Val- per year; $...00 six' months ,: or good while.though'! supplies. last t. .
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(From I'age I) Library Bids To Be Opened

school as an aide, she enthusiastically In answer to questions from said her son attended BMS was attempting to pass a 1973 .... .Bk
supports the open (the board, former Supt. Tom and learned. She has two GMC wrecker truck, operatedby Brown not wcpvtlctl lo be cut flU
concept. Casey, under whom the open children enrolled in BMS now, Harold William\ Kincaid, STARKE Plans and library building lo be erected unspent Of this the year.$200.000 I thecounty completely. Brown. said
"You must believe in the concept was adopted in Brad- Mrs. Canova said and "it's Jr., of Lake City. Kincaid specifications on the new on the northeast corner of says. received this year, ':1.11211I111I1II'e: ) \ fool library\
open concept to make it ford County back in 1968, said like wall to wall kids." veered over the centerline of Bradford County Library North Walnut and Jackson has been spent[ will Iron! on both Jackson/ (and
work," said Mrs Spengler the 36,000 square foot middle the Streets in Starke, across the over $159,000
highway causing have been completed and bids and renovation Walnut :Si:; t'eeis.'l'he north and
"II helps" Chairman Hall school was made totally open The board voted on Gas- Vaughn's 1972 GMC pickup are to be opened Monday, May street from the Florida Bank'at 'on road of equipment the Jail, and in the cast sides of Ihe building invlo
ret I lied. because it cost less not to build kins' motion to ask the State truck to take to the shoulder of 5 at 10 a.m. Starke parking lot. deparl ment. be solid windows
It's necessary!" Mrs. interior walls. The option was Department of Education fora the road. In the spinout that "If we can scrape up the The county is hurrying to county road the revenue Both the west and south sideswill
Spongier statl' His main concern Chairman they have been, Casey said. system's present building crashed into the right front of Brown the County Com- library to vacate present sharing due in block millvlmlows.. The mv
Hall said is the large Walls in the present BMS plans to include the sixth the Crews vehicle causing $900! mission Intends to pay for the rented quarters on south another payment months. The library will have "Pill'IClr|
number of students the building can be moved to do Architect Walnut Street The plans have the next few
grade complex
in In damage to the Chevroletand new$100,000 library as it goes. funds might be JO.IHHI volumes plus! :am> square|
middle school. He worked in a the job leachers require Salley listened to the discus- $400 to the pickup. Architect Robert Taylor has already been approved by the shared but are Imo set aside lor mortice.
,building with .>(00 people in an Casey continued. "I think it's sion and is to come up with a Trooper K.G. Etheridge completed plans on the new county and library board. reduced in the future

open space and never not used critical that they be able to do drawing that incorporates the charged Kincaid with impro- Funds for the new library _. _. _--_._,_. -
their jobs." will come from federal t -H yn n n* ** w ww
lo it. Hall noted philosophy expressed. A com- per change of lane. There was
Board Member Arthur BMS Principal Lennard promise of moveable walls no damages listed on the GMC Urbanization... revenue sharing monies the
liciskins pushed lor 10 self- Register said his philosophy is between the first two class- wrecker truck.Students. county has left over and which BRADFORDBARBER
contained classrooms Board thai a child can learn best rooms on each end of the sixth (From Page I 11) the county expects to come in,

Member J.T I'arrish said the when it is quiet. Register said grade complex was men- i Bradford County Zoning according to Clerk Brown.
mum reason for the fixed he, personally, prefers the tioned.In Behind.From Board asked if the county had The commission left the job of 964-522r SHOPIs
walls would be the cheaper closed classroom, but can the administrative set-up to finding the money for the
cost Mrs. Spengler said she work with teachers who preferan other action the board: ( Page 1)) handle the Implementation of library up to Brown and the
would lor -oI'1f-conlained open concept. -Authorized payroll deduc- clerk decided not to borrowthe Moving May 1st
go land and told
which a use plan was
areas students
classrooms lor the sixth "The open concept has tion for cancer insurance for be money from FHA, as the
j.1'adhul.\ not the seventh andeighth never been given a chance," all board employees. The ad- need practice."We needed that some: but changes that might Bradford county is doing a $200,000 loanto To 119 S. Walnut St.
said BMS Instructor Louis ministrative staff will seek the know where to hit, institute a garbage service.
I grades.'the middle school is cur- Garner He'd hate "for you to bids on the new insurance, but Jockel puts it. County is already far ahead of in The library bids will be let (Across From Badcock's Furniture)
small Florida
l-cully "way overcrowded," go in there and close things up employees will\ pay the entire their Jockel altitude praised in teachers for most the area of zoning, building in stages, Brown says, and the Still Owned & Operated By Your Friendly Barber
Architect and eliminate the flexibilitywe premium. accepting county will pay as it goes.
pointed out Salley. LEE ALLEN
results of the testing. codes, and land use planning. of federal HERMAN
have Some $40,000
now, Garner stated
The concept will not
open "The ideal to handle
lie -Okayed removal of text- "They were eager tq'get it way funds remain
work with as many kids per suggested a faculty meeting the administration would be revenue
back he said. Teachers
fool where all BMS teachers books from school inventory are
square as you've got over
using the inlormation, Jockel through a joint city-county
Iherc." The board doesn'tneed could be heard on the open according to state guidelines. planning board" Gould said.
I i 30.000 feet of ersus closed concept. -Approved guidelines forpersonl"el says.
square openspace Test data is compiled in two Dr. Fiess commended
reduction necessi-
but can use smaller Some teachers gather Director L.M.
tated by a budget cutback books of more than 100 pages County Zoning
I everything I they can around r
; ,
open spaces Salley each. The of Gaines on his foresight and
program testing
suggested them at BMS, Register said from the state. Positions both
''I used is the most widely used in imagination in bringing toge-
"and instructional and non-instruc
to build themselves
B.MS: Physical Education try a f
the nation ther the various agencies to
Jockel Cali-
closed tional, will be considered'' says.
Instructor Addle Mitchellalso area. Others like it
fornia Tests of work on the land use study
wide county-wide, according to Basic Skills is .
pointed to the 01'1'crodl'd open
and said that without Gaines'efforts
conditions. "If Hall said he can't hear whenhe position. The last hired will\ befirst affiliated with McGraw-Hill,
we the work could not
Inc. Test results of thousandsof ,
had UK)students to a team, theopl'n goes to BMS now. Garner to go. Experience outsidethe have been done.
concept would work," replied It is too crowded.. county and-or current students in all parts of the
"I felt for residence in Bradford Countywill nation are gathered for com- The land use study was
: she said. Data Processing really a couple of parison.The financed by Title 4 federal
Instructor M.A. Payne,' who years there that we were be a factor. funds administered by theDepartmt'nt
$7,000 Brad-
getting somewhere. Then -Accepted for staff exa-
does not work in the middle of
school, said he (eels it would came the Hood of bodies..," mination bids for the Indivi- ford mation teachers the best infor- affairs. The project Community cost
they have ever had
said Mrs. Mitchell.Elementary dualized Manpower Training
he u mistake to project theboard's with
about their approximately $20,000
System and heavy equipment students, Jockel
philosophy 30 years says. He hopes to continue the the county's share being.
down the road. He urged the Carolyn Canova, who said she both Vo-Tech programs.
board to stay flexible. was speaking as a mother -Okayed a work-study program testing program- in the coming $3,000. 1
Others connected with the
years, and, becomes
grant request for 75-76
IF A. ., 1111 which totals $7,008, of which available to extend the pro- project who attended the

II 'i $5,840 will\ be federal funds gram into the high school. meeting Tuesday night, in 1
and $1,148 local funds. Jockel cautions that resultsdo addition to Dr. Fiess and
i. -Okayed for not show how well one Gould, were Lester Solin.
: $7,575 in federal application Comprehensive teacher can teach, since a representing the North Central -
Employment and Train- number of teachers have been Florida Regional Planning -

I'' ing Act (CETA), the funds, if involved with each student. Council, and David
-Il approved, to be used to hire a But the testing does show spe- Jahnig of the Urban Regional
mechanic for the bus barn for cific areas in which emphasis Development Center.
i Ii Jr one year. needs to be placed by the --------------
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Really 1st!
his wife In five years and
a I fc Undertaker--Are you one the judge put In a question.

of the mourners "What reason have you?"
Scotchman--I am. sir. The he asked severely.

corpse owed me ten dollars Replied the husband "I
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24, 1975 TELEGRAPH I'agcS.

I.A __Escapee Caught In Jax Bar Teachers... (C"I'omage 1)) Lura Mohr. Former Telegraph- Columnist. Dies 11l.11l.diallaWord

RAID URD.After two weeksof The older brother who program which offers full and farms and get paid while has been
; was received In 1944, when 'she was 46 Sulphur Springs United American Legion Post in NewCastle
freedom, following an admitted to the prison under part time work, and 29 students earning credit for graduationfrom here of the death of Lura Bur- years old, Lura (Cas she was Church of Christ and the .
escape on April 3, one of two the alias of "Joseph Cozzi," Is are working in ag place- high school. gem Mohr, 77, at her home In called by friends and readers)
Jacksonville brothers was still at large. ment, many on farms for their Students work both part Sulphur Springs, Ind. on joined the Women's Army .
recaptured Thursday, April Both brothers were serving parents. time and full time in Sexton's March 13. Funeral services Corps in Jacksonville, and SOUTH FLA
17, In Jacksonville, and life sentences at UCI for armed Wouldn't the school system job entry program. These stu- were held the following day in later became a member of the
Sjeturned to Union Correctional robbery;, Raymond better serve a student weak in dents earn one credit for the Sulphur Springs Christian Air Force, stationed at Maxwell
Institute at Raiford. Robert Despress, the younger, academics by keeping him in every 288 hours of work. The Church with Rev. Harold Field, Ala. She returned CANTALOUPESSUGAR 5OCE.

Raymond Robert Despress, was sentenced in January 1974 the classroom? Gaskins DCT program, under Bill Cos- Spann officiating. Intermentwas after the war to teach another .. .
25, was arrested Thursday for the armed robbery of a asked. tello, has 42 students currently In Miller Cemetery with year at Clay Hill, and in 1946 SWEET ( .........
night, April 17, following a Jacksonville pharmacy, in "You can't force them into enrolled. Students in this program full military graveside rites. moved to Ponca, Nebraska '
fight in a Park Street bar which a woman was held hostage an academic program," said work part time. where she was married to Don -
room. Just two weeks beforeon at gunpoint. Norman Mike Sexton, coordinator of The afternoon session Mon- Mrs. Mohr will be remem- Mohr a mortician SOUTH FLA. J.
on May 17,
April 3, Despress, along Henry Despress, the older the Job Entry program. Students day was spent in another discussion bered by many friends and 1946. She continued to write
with his brother, Norman brother, who at one time was could be channeled into of the administra- readers who followed her her Telegraph column for several POLE BEANS ;1'29c \
Henry, Despress, 32, maneu- described by police as "one of the vo-tech program to be tion's request to have at least column,"Clay Hill Echoes" in years after moving to i
vered an escape from the the most dangerous in the trained for a job, but in Job some coordination for the spe- The Telegraph for many Nebraska.

maximum security section at Southeast". was sentenced to Entry he is getting on-the-job cial education\ program next years. After Mr.: Mohr's death in ,'
UCI. Raiford following conviction training, Sexton pointed out. year. In the present set up, Born on July 25, 1897 on a an automobile accident in
.. Principal Charles Francis recently approved by board farm near Westport, Ind. she 1962, Lura moved to Sulphur Lb.fllDD.
pointed out that a student's under Its tight budget, that taught school during her early Springs to be near her rela-
home situation may providethe position, currently held by life, teaching schools in In- tives. I SOUTH FLA.
NOTICE impetus to be placed in the Mrs. Cissy Santangini, was diana, New Mexico, and She was a member of the I I
work programs. Students eliminated. Mrs. Santangini! is Florida. During this period ---- ---- NEW
want to earn money and, for slated to go back to the class- she taught at Clay Hill, near CompeTition ,. .... ..YN "...'

As provided by Chapter 197, Acts of 1974 Notice is hereby some, working is the only room. Maxville, where she first "I suppose the little wife
given that tangible personal property taxes assessed for the way. Some good academic At the beginning of the started writing her popular will win all the argumentsIn POTATOESm'
year 1974 are now delinquent and beginning April 1st such students enroll in the programs current year, Mrs. Santangini column. Originally intendedas your house?" LEMONS
for that reason, he was a full time coordinator of a news column, it was soon
taxes are drawing\ Interest of 1.5 per cent per month plus the "No; she'll only win half
proportionate cost of publishing this notice and delinquentcost. said. the special education pro- expanded to include recipes, of them." $050
Unless the "I'm not out to kill any of gram. In a money saving home remedies, bits of 59c 8c
amounts set opposite each name below are "Oh to win
paid before the 1st day of May 1975 warrants will be Issued these programs, Gaskins move, she has since been philosophy, and prayers to you Doz. Lb. 50 Lb.
thereon stated, but he stressed he assigned to the classroom in reflect the author's enthu- the other half?
directing the seizure
-. property of the taxpayers levy upon for unpaid taxes of the; penalties tangible and personal addi- wants students told if they are the mornings and as a special siasm and love of life. "No" ; but my motherinlawwill. tn -''\1 Bradford County
weak in academics when education coordinator ,6
in the
tional cost. The name of delinquent personal property tax- they ...--- .. ..
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apply to enroll in work afternoons until -- ""' t SWEET & LARGEONIONS
a 5
'payers and the amounts of taxes including the cost of advertising pro- p.m. ,
'are the first month's penalty and delinquent cost are as gram. Francis agreed that Curriculum Director
follows: would be done and, in fact, is Richard Jockel and Elemen- Insurance '
already being done. tary Coordinator Lucille '; 49
Ace Enterprises $ 13.68 "If we were placed in the Payne asked the school board /) 0f Joe ,, BunchNorman's
Ace Pallet Company 377.12 same situation some students last Thursday to consider con- Usher
face, we'd have a tough time tinuing the situation in
.B& B Garage' 35.46 present 695 S. W. 3rd. Lake Butler
B& F Concrete Products Co., 17.27 too, Principal Francis told which Mrs: Santangini Farm
Barren the school board. He mentioned teaches half time and coordinates -
Cone. Prod. Co. 303.01BlueTavemcoJoeNapler
.'t'. :., 11.68 one top academic student half time. Supt. Temple Call 4962126For
Bright, Roosevelt ,s : 47.17 whose father left the pointed out Monday that a half Produce Market

Brown, Carl L. 1. 57.40 home, forcing the student to time special education All Types Of InsuranceMobile
.Cash&Carry Tires, Inc. 118.83 work to help support the fam- coordinator would almost 617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 .
Et '. earn his salary. But Temple Home Workmans
i Coopers Nursery Landscape Co. 156.92 ily."There Compensation Farm Liability
I l Cowart, James Floyd 6.16 are some kids in the added, a full time coordinatoris Open Man-Sat

.Crawford, Mitchell G. 14.96 programs that would survive not justified. --"-- ---- .......-
without the dollars, but others
Crews,Allen B. 8.37 --
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could not Francis
Demps, Robert Et al 47.17
i Fla. Portable Bldg. Co.. 80.85 Supt. Temple asked that t
Forsyth, Vasco 3.24 entry requirements for the ...I ) ,
Garrett,Jack M. 13.48 work programs be updatedand pJE
Gay, Harold L. 3.82 that copies be presented _
''Gay's Home Appliance 95.08 to the school board. FAMILY DISCOUNT STONES
General Oil Co. Inc. 20.19 Board Member J.T. Parrish 0t

Griffis, Purvis 22.23 said he knows one of Bradford's 13 T
.Gulf Service Station c/o Ed Scheyder 34.71 first DCT students who

Hamilton, H. G.. ', 9.33 is now a general superintendent -
',Harris, W. M. 36.90 for Sam Wall Construction -

Hawkins, Carl R. 190.71JbhnsonBertha Company.
,. 6.35 Parrish is currently work-
; uanita's Ceramics 3.95 ing one ag placement studentin
Kahn living B. 110.12 his business and said of the

Keystone Paints c/o Edwin Walkup. 59.22 student "I didn't really think !V,(,. Y. "t.5, I II
King,Floyd 10.86 there was any of that kind t
Kite, L.J. 54285 left." The student solved a m.ney fl

Klein, Soda Coe S 214.52 problem he'd had for several

Kuhne, John E. 12.02 years, Parrish said. e .
Lewis, Allen 265.35Mccutchan Supt. Temple pointed out
Sam S 11.66 the earning capacity of the .I{
McOavid, Donald F. .36.21 work programs exceeds their
MNIsaps. Joe L. 6.14 .

New Method Cleaners 57.14 cost.Only change the board In- NYial, ANTACID MAALOX,UOZAVI 1 !' '1x'

Newman, Ronald D., Jr. 146.77 dicated it favored in the three ( 11% 1po 00 :
Nugent Electric 66.22 programs was retention of the P
fiOr. air, Richard L Sr. 17.89 present two instructors and
:. :- .. r. r A. JEW 6WOr ra 0 p'"
hdffn"" C. H.w' "nt 7.64 or one associate teacher.,.jn the,.! rAld7 STOOAA FAMOUS Di
llielJack J .. ", 66.62 high school agriculture pro-;' MESS ANNSSr
":*"Pusses, Place c/o Russell A. Eberw 11-01 19.56 gram at the request of instructor
;Shi Smith Electrical Ser."r;! 6.16 Paul Hutchins. The asso-

Starling, R. E. "; 12.02 ciate teacher is eliminated in 41PK.TAMP AX 11 _
Thornton, Robert 6.16 the proposed high school -TAMPONS -+ UL
Thorpe,Jim 20.21 budget, but Principal Francis fA Top lobel) Dick,.. = -
Tilton John said he could amend today al a yfont Dort
101.15 it and the \\I,, discount! Fl cius
Tyson, Alphonso 2.66 school board indicated it ,, Ira styling.tailoring. not y4T w41 WAS LE PRASE I
Underhill, ColleyUnderwood 3.82 favored keeping the associate pat. .
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Motel c/o Mary Buby ;' .. 73.87. teacher. In prior years the ag ; j and Bondl l you 1T PORTABLE BIO CHILL I I I'I'
Western Auto Assoc. Store program used three Instruc- pros polyestercotton. '
o/o Robert Lanier Etal 117.79 tors, but Hutchins said he 28-38. Brass finish lags, 3-position Heavy gouge aluminum Is coated powtr card and control. 5element !
grill, Mtra sturdy construction., with famous Teflon II to prevent molded tal.lv blade. "! '
What-A-Burger D Et D 47.66 prefers to have the associate STASOFTFOflTHIHAfflMOZ. Ea.ysooa.mbl.noboltsno sn ckmg. Clean-up'eainapt Big Molded finger-proof grilles., Dur* I
Williams, Larry Aorist 37.26 teacher who handles all the nuts. Graan loaf. pattam. 10" size. Heatproof handle. able baked enamel finish. ,
Williford, Joseph 276.71 paper work while he and instructor IAVI M* '
Wilson,Jerry 44.24 Greg Alvarez give upa St.
Wilson,Jimmy 14.96 planning period to be in the J
.Mallard Trans. Co. 3.58 classroom with all 168 stu- rAl11F
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Page!!: TELEGRAPH April 24.1975Bradford


Baseballers Close Out SeasonBradford's -

i baseball team with a home run and 4 RBI's. !North Marion which turned went 3-for-4 with one triple, nine defeated BHS 1-0) in a was right there and the ball
played their last two regular Bradford's biggest scoring out to be a highly offensive Matt Hull who also went 3for4. close and exciting game was coming and bang! The
season games on Friday and inning was the third w hen they attack by the Bradford batters .and Kenny Aycox, who went Tommy Wise pitched for the ball hit him right in the backof N +
i Saturday nights and then on knocked in 4 runs. With one Eleven hits scored the 13 2-for-4 with a home run that Tornadoes and, ended his the head. Ice wasn't hurt on 11
Tuesday met for the first out Charlie Revel walked and runs that allowed the game to was the first to be hit in the career with one of his best the play but he was close
l round of the sub-District playoffs was followed by a single by stop after just five innings by Bradford ball park this nights of the season said enough to pie plate to go on in
I to finish out their season Aycox. Hull got on base on an utilizing the Ten Run Rule season. The hit cleared the Coach Hatcher. Wise walked for the score."
with an overall record of 10-9. error by the third basemanand Coach Hatcher felt that Hall center field fence and went only 3 batters struck out 8, Bradford started the bottomof 1 I IN Iy
t On Friday April 18. the Revel scored on the play. pitched a fine game and expects well up into the stadium. and gave up only 4 hits and the the inning with the best of
team traveled to Ocala fo TommWise was on with a the young ball player lobe Runs for the team came one run that proved to be their batting power. Third
meet Forest in a game that fielders choice and then stole a top prospect for future early in the first inning when totally decisive. man. Matt Hull led off with a
fell 9-7 in favor of Ocala. second. Tommy Reddish then Bradford teams. Hall pitchedthe two hits by Aycox and Hull A tight defensive game on base hit. With one out Tommy
Saturday's game ended in just cleaned up the bases with a first four innings and scored the extra run. the part of both teams held the Reddish got a base hit which
::1 five innings when Bradford home run that scored 3 runs. stepped down to let Jeff Jockel In the second inning the score at a 0-0 tie until the last put runners on first and
'. out played !North Marion 133. Other runs by the team were finish up the last becuase this, team added two runs off two inning when Buchholz scoredin second. Jackson Prevail was y
,' The team was defeated in the one in the fifth inning and two his first game tired him out. hits. Charlie Revel hit ,and the top half. then walked which loaded up
y first round of the District in the seventh inning. Hall allowed 5 hits and 3 runs scored and Aycox slammedthe With one out Buchholz got a the bases. The team now had lrya
I:, playoffs on Tuesday. April 22. Sophomore Richard Hall led in his stand at the mound. home run to score himself base hit.The runner advancedto two outs which left the situa- :r
",, 'J 3 when they lost a close game to the team on the mound in The big hitters for the team Five runs were recorded In second on a pass ball. Brad- tion with bases loaded. two y
Buchholz 10. Saturday's game against were Tommy Reddish, who the fifth inning on three hits by ford encountered an error that- outs and Johnny Nichols at
F, Mall Hull pitched for the Reddish. Hull, and Jockel. was recovered by Jimmy Prevail -
j ___ _________ bat.Nichols
Tornadoes in Friday's game n The long RBI list includedtwo who attempted to cut off usually a strong
ti:j' 'f which ended his year with a each by Reddish Hull, the runner who was not hitter for the team stepped up .
II record of 2-2 and a 2.16 ERA. and Jackson Prevatt while headed home. to a situation similar to that of
\ ,: "We played a good game Aycox, Wise, and Jockel "The throw by Jimmy was the legendary Casey Jones.
j.I against Forest, we had a lot of iieligrap4SPORTS r knocked in one apiece. perfect and I thought for sure Well you remember the Coach Harry; Hatcher calls'' time and walks! out on the
good hits but we just came out Tuesday's game was playedon we would have the runner story..Nichols struck mound 10 lay; the word on the Infielders after the, had gotten
on bottom." said Coach Harry the Bradford diamond but out," explained Coach Hat- out..and thus ended the sea- themselves'into a light situation.
I Hatcher of the Bradford nine, to no avail as the Buchholz cher. "Anyway, the runner son for the Bradford Nine

The teams seven runs were ., 1, ".
: scored off of nine hits. The big : .
hits came from Kenny A>cox BHS Thincladsmere
who slammed 2 out of 4 and

r. ; II scored 2 runs. Matt Hull who I
j went 2-for-3 with 1 KBI and 2
r runs scored and Tommy OutdoneIn
I Reddish who also went 2-lor-3

r.y Boats Must, ConferenceBradford

Be RegisteredTALLAHASSEE t
tracksters faced a Lennon. Freddie Bell. Johnie
disappointing outcome in the Covington. Sheldon Hodge.
Boat Conference runoffs held 440: 2)) Sheldon lodge 52.0.
/ owners were reminded today Saturday, April 19, in North Mile Run: 4)) Larry Paterson -
yam. rjf' by Harmon Shields executive Marion when they ended in 4.42.
director of the Department of sixth place. 880 HE'la5): ) 1.43 Ricky
!Natural Resources, that all The host school. North Johns David Jenkins Ronnie;

1rit cralt with any type of propul- w Marion, won the meet with 92 Jenkins, Keith Carter
sion machinery must bear a points. Leesburg followed Sprint MedYcv\ : 5)) 5isi.aiici :
registration! number. 4 with 82 points and Eastside u, jfriKins. Mike
Shields stated the public law was third with 79 points. Blake Mike Sherman.
r1..4l ((92-73)! ) enacted by Congress in Bradford scored 30.5 points 330 III: 5)) Bell 44.2.
1971! requires registration of overall far less than they With the Conference races
all undocumented boats propelled were capable of, felt Coach in the past. the team is now
by machinery. The Grover Howard. preparing for the District
J director said the law was The leam has had a lot of Meet which will be held on
passed to provide a coordin- injuries that have really hurt Friday April 25 in Palalkn
ated National Boating Safety at the end of the season. Eleven schools will participate
fir Program. Points scored in the Confer- in the meet t with the lop
R "Presently 45 states or The entire Bradford team paraded out to the plate to congratulate KennyAycox", after he ence meet were in the follow six places in each event qualifying -
territories register all motor- slammed a hit right out of the park over the center fielder's head. The home run is the first lobe ing events: for the Regional! Meel.
hit out of the Bradford ball park (this season. The outlook for Bradford
t boats, six states or territories High Jump: 3)) Milton Baker
+ register some motorboats and runners looks good in quite> a
tour do not have a registration 6'0.Shot Put: 2)) Wayne Berry few events. Sheldon hedge is
program." Shields said <. And Activities From 47', expected to place well in I the
aa reviewing the program. "The Long Jump: 4)) Milton 440. Larry Paterson has u
U.S. Coast Guard registers THEN Baker 20'2", good shot in the mile run.
motorboats in the four states RECREATION CENTERMEN'S 120 HH:: 6)) tie Freddie Bell. Milton Baker ('ould'pr\'
without the program and will j well place high in two e\'ents.

Bradford catcher Jackson Prevail and first baseman have to take over the registration 7 I t, 'Y 16.5.Mile_\ Relay: 4)) 3:41: Rudolph the high jump and the long
of motorboats in those six SOFTBALL p.m., Cunningham vs. Pine Union Parks and '
Tommy; Reddish talk the situation over during a water break County
before going back out on the field in Saturday; night's game states with" only partial regis- Going into the third week of Air; 8:45: p.m., First Methodist Recreation Department jump.Union
against' :North o Marion.: tration. play, the area Softball fans ,, vs. Smith-Brown. announces that 120 boys have 3-Day Bluegrass Nine
He praised the 1974 Florida have seen some good games-, !\1011dayAprilZ8: 7:30: p.m., registered to play Dixie Youth
Motorboat Law requiring:' !! out at ,Westside. Park. Take' First Baptist vs. Cunning' 'Baseball this ,year in UnionCountEight'
Glisson Says Prison Use( k ,I,J>oals of )Q mph.or less,and all .-away the'first .nights'-blown amt8:45: pm:; Firsl'Methost *". teams have ,Convention Set To Begin .r.
i i other{ mechanically propelled outs and the games have been) vs. Dodd's Sunoco. been formed: five major
t ; ;; law had not been enacted it and three minor teams for Lawtey DistrictUnion
Of Standing UnfeasibleA would have resulted in loss of Opening night games found Union County Parks and 7-9 of The sea-
boys years age.
$5 million annually to the state First Baptist taking on First Recreation Dept. sponsored a and
will April 22,
son begin third annual Florida
Methodist and it was a track and field meet between
and. currently, a grant of biiseballers will begin
end approximately June 30.
suggestion made last Department of Military Affairs $2HI.244( for 1975." mismatch as the Baptists won Lake City AAU Track Club Springtime Bluegrass Con- their District Playoff games
week concerning the possibleuse indicates the use of "A certain percentage of going away 22-8. Second gameof ,and Union County boys and The name of the teams' spon- vention will be held al Lawtey's on Wednesday; April 23. on
of Camp Blanding to house Camp Blanding property is this money is returned to the the night was just as bad as girls track teams on April 11 sors and the team managersare new Bluegrass Music their own diamond.
prisoners now overflowing i restricted to military pur- counties in the form of grants Cunningham blasted Smith-*' in Lake Butler. The meet was : Park -this Friday, Saturday Four games will be: held on
lacililies of the Division ol poses only lie said that Public depending on the number of Brown Independents 29-3. run with eight age groups, Rivers Hardware and Fur- Saturday, and Sunday, April the field on Wednesday
493! which niture, Dwight Williams; 25, 26, and 27.
Corrections was labeled Law deeded the
with the and Lakt-
boats in girls boys run-
registered the Then beginning at 11:30: 8m. I
Thursday night April Howard Auto Freddie
unleasible last week by State lederal lands to the 1 Florida "
county, he stated. "These ning in separate divisions. Butler will meet Hamilton
10, found the Pine-Air Green
Jim Glisson of Eustis.i Board for Floyd; Poor Boys Grocery; The convention
Senator Armory provides begins
in the
grants are used solely to provide Machine making its league Competition was Provi-.', CountIn: a game that is
the property to revert to the Jimmy Tompkins; Friday at 5 The new parkis
recreational following events: 100 scheduled
I The suggestion made by boating debut. The Machine had to dence Osteen Feed Greg lo begin at 8 p.m.
Federal Government without facilities Dash 60 Yd. Dash 220 Yd. located on SR-225 just west
O.J. Keller, secretary of the including
t cost it it is ever used for other struggle to get past Dodd'sSunoco Dash Half-Mile Run 440 Yd. Clyatt; Worthington Springs of Lawtey on the James
Stale Department of Health markings public launching
95. The second Elixson Farmers and
game Roger
than military purposes. Yd. Low Hurdles ; Waters property. Rain or
facilities and other Run 100 ,
and Rehabilitation Services, boating
was a shocker to most of the Dealers Bank, M. L. West; shine shelter will be RIVE-I;
related activities. High Jump, and 440 Yd.
which has direction of the
According to Glisson. if the fans as Smith-Brown handed Thomas Metals, Jerri Lane; provided.
Division of Corrections also state loses the 40.000 acres at First Baptist their first loss Relay. FSP UCI Employees Club,
met with disfavor of Stale it would 109. and 301 Slarke''
Blanding. suffer a Boys girls between the Bob Phillips. Featured ,
performers will
Adjutant General Henry W. S/i6OIlO; () annual loss in Impossible ages of 7 and 15 years particI- Union County Slow-Pitch include
McMillan who said that the royalties presently received Mrs.Knagg-"Donft fidgetso In Monday night's games pated In the meet. Union Softball leagues for men and The Osbornc: Bros., FRI & SAT
Chubby Wise Lewis
entire Blanding reservationand from mining and limber Harold You should sit April 14, strong defending County teams' dominated the women are scheduled to begin
all buildings were being operations conducted on the perfectly still while motheris champ Cunningham had meet by capturing 30 first their season on May 5. Sixmen's Wiseman Family, Ralph The Stanley Mac YOUNG AND IN LOVE i,
used ear-around by the reservation."It talkIng little trouble with First places 30 second places, and teams have already Bluegrass Tar- SHE BROKE THE LAW.,..
!National Guard and would not Methodist 16-1, while in the 18 third Lake and four women's heels The Friends of Bluegrass THE LAW BROKE HER
Mr. Knagg-"It's cruel to places. City cap- registered
would not be in the best Betty Fisher The Sun-
be available for use to house the
following Green
game tured first More teams
17 places, 15 second teams. are
child sit shine
interest of Florida citizens to compel a to per- Bluegrass Boys. The
prisoners. Machine squeezed out! a vic- places and 14 third places. needed. No entry fee or spon-
Sen. Glisson said that information pursue the proposal further" fectly still for such a long tory over winless Dodd's sor is required to enter a Marshall Family, The American ,
coming from the Glisson added. Indefinite period." Sunoco 11-6. 'The most outstanding per- team. Contact Recreation Flat Bluegrass Express The
Top Travelers, and
- for Union
former County was
Director Larry Powell at 4962751 others.
Pine Air and First Baptist Joe Jenkins. He won five first for further information.

met Thursday night, April 17, places in the 12.13 year-old- 1975 Strawberry Queen
ih; GRIFFIS GROCERYMEAT in a game that afterwards saw boys division. Debra Jordan will be at the

Aai ,, First Baptist drop out of the The following boys and girls YMCA Camp convention Saturday evening.
league not due to the game or
competed for Union
the league. Pine Air squeezedout County:
MEAT : MEAT a 2.1 win with their runs Latanya Collins, James Webb, Opens For Y
i coming In'the second inning. ,Roscoe Simmons Freddie FLORIDATHEATRE
.Jackson, Graylon Jones, Gloria
Sirloin or The church scored Us lone run
Round in the third inning. Griffin Hattie Sirmones,
FRYERS 66th YearThe
," TBoneSTEAK James Jones Jackie Crom- COUNTRY BLUE
The second game of the welhrDennis Sirmones Larry
"t. STEAK night saw Dodd'sSunoco down Fleming Cookie: Jordan Greg
J YMCA of Jacksonville
Whole the Independents, 6-3. Jones, Chip Addison, Melvin .
\ its 66th of A O* Ut MM CO mi nON MIUW |R|
In a single game played Perkins Robert Webb year camp-
.l' ,' 'k r 39 9ge Monday night April 21, Cun- ,PeeWee Henderson, Wally ing. For the past 65 years, Fri Sat & Sun
\. ; '( S-J29 youth of the state have been
f. : ". .1\\l\" 'i' ningham waltzed 18-3 past 1 Dilas Ronnie Parrish Philip PLUS
.,,.;..v First Methodist in five in- Jackson Leroy Keith, Annette going to camp. They play a game of SUDDEN DEATH)
bo'. nings. Green, Regina Jones Joanna "Going to camp. The .
.t' The Room Mates

: CHUCK ROAST 89cu. BEEF LIVER 49b. Standings: Pine Air (GM) 3- Green Highland Rufus, Lonnie George Griffin, Willis expression things to a lot means of people a lot; but of r

0. Cunningham 3-0 Dodd's to the youth of both sexes from \, Sun & Mon
Lavelle Jones Green
Jerry ,
CHUCK STEAK 99b Sunoco 2-2 Smith Brown 1-2, 8 to 14 years of age who go to J '
Tina Watkins CassanderGriffin
First Baptist 1-3. First YMCA Camp Immokalee it l Y Th'a.sw..
Erwin George, Kevin Y1y, .rI.ihe. ..
r Methodist 03. Simmons, Ulysses Hill means a summer of excite \ !f World of Fui is. hadig
GROUND BEEF e with ,
89 99Lb.SMOKED ment, new experiences \
Lb. PORK CHOPS Schl.'dult'Thursda3' ;Dwayne Coney, and Greg their own age group, relation- !
April 24: 7:30:: Maxwell. ships with carefully selected Michael. Anthony lamas

BACON 99 e Lb. SHORT RIBS 69? ------------------- - - - and trained counselors."It CAINE QUINN MASON kii'ieasPITMAN
is a happy and safe way
for youngsters to learn to take
Lyman Green's Old Fashion Farm CENTER care of themselves away from f tx t CD
Fresh the family" says Randy
BAR-B-QUE SAUCE I FROM ARM BABIES Parker. "Y camping is part of AlNiwnn INM11C
aU bi MVKUU In famticifl hlenjlionjl fSciuie': II
EGGS 59 TO SCHOOL AGE growing up.
f A .
IBOz. Last year hundreds of youth PLUS

"_ 5ge ; ,,,, \\'\ CONSTANT CARE2 attended five sessions of resident PLUS
Doz. camp representing a partof
,; ;Jtft'/l' BALANCED SNACKS nearly threequartermillion THE INCREDIBLE You name .ft...

( f4t-tlJ Home Grown '\ :\ NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M.TO 4:30: P.M. resident and caravan TRUE
;i.. nf: l ,,1 : campers in the U.S.A. in 1974, STORY OF they're ready
for it!
,\ j, : At Camp Immokalee,
I WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE. youths enjoy skiing, sailing, THE

: THEIR PROBLEMS canoe trips and more SURF ,
10 ( To avoid disappointment PFFICEGIRLS" .
: Lb. : Greater Bethlehem Fr. SlJ those interested are urged to ,
i ask for further informationnow [PolE

Will Baptist Church' or to enroll as soon as
.513a.' ...,.... possible.Contact the Jackson-


FOITTURTHER INFORMATION CALL a.4-886& 7442233.Caroline Road 'or telephone 1Bf ...unetna. i

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: April 24, 1915 TELEGRAPH Page 7

Girl' :aelg' Place 7th

.; letters Boys ,I

Place' r' r s I ra In District TennisBradford :
High .,,, ,; 4 .

m, Y boy's tennis team ont man on (the Bradford
cleaned up the preliminariesbut team was defeated in the preliminaries
In .M lost all in the quarter- by scores of 1-6. 2-6.
DistrictBradford ,,' finals to put them in a tie for Handy Crews took his first
? ?. 7th place in the District playoffs match against u Baker County ,
held April 17-19 in Gaines opponent with scores of G( -2. G- '
1a e ?. ville. 1. I He was then defeated 1-fi, 2-6
girl natters fought 'The girls finished third in S' rL First and second spots were in his second match.
well into (semi-finals of the both the Conference and the R.- ,t filled by overwhelming mar Andy Crows''picked' up a
District ;3 tennis playoffs held District which is by Jar the gins from two Gainesville point lor the \(earn when hi
last weekend; April 17-19, in best season ever at Bradford. Wade Winkler had a little trouble when he sliced his second ..: schools. Buchholz placed first scored G-2, 6-0 over his opponent I i
Gainesville and finished in Their overall season record shot off Into the pond on the right or hole 3. Despite the difficulty 1 iii and were closely followed by in the preliminaries and I
third place behind Buchholzand stands at 15 wins with only 4 he made an excellent recovery shot. ". Gainesville High. fell 1 1-6. 2.6 to U ncller from i iBIIS.
Gainesville High. losses.In "The five points scored by .
Debbie Mitchell led the the doubles competitionthe the boys is quite an improvement John Sumons received a byein t
team as the first girl from girls did equally well, over last year when they the first round and uns
Bradford to ever reach the winning both matches in the Bradford Golfers didn't even score a point defeated/ 6-4 4-R, 4-(li; in ;i close i iII
finals in such a tournament. quartcr-finnls and losing bothin said Coach Jerry Mcf.riff of !? I '-re-'king mutch in the ,
Mitchell played well over her the semi-finals. the nellers. i i qu| ( (' -finals. I
opponents all the way to the The team of Jockel and .p5 A IV 11k The tennis program at In the doubles competitionthe
finals where she met her lla/en won 6-2, 6-1 and then Place Fourth In P Bradford High has been team of I..urry White and
match in .a young girl from lost ti-2, 0.3.'fhe second teamof improving steadily each year !Mike McKuc hcorrd u point I
Buchholz.i !M itchcll and Pierce won 6-1, J since was begun for both the when they washed out their I I
Coach Melba Howard said 6-2 and was then defeated 7-6, girls and the boys. Both (teams first opponent f1-0, 11-0 but wt-nl
this is the best tennis team to G-4. Conference..Play ,J .. have done exceptionally wellin on to the quirler-mils! to In
ever be comprised of Bradford The girls now retire their the District tournaments defeated 2-6. 36.
girls. She actually ex uniforms alter a very impressive ,p'7atia r,r. this year. Handy and Andy Crews also
pected the girls to place season Coach Howard It was a long and dreary lerson with a 98 and Lee Casey r Mike McRae skunked his won their I first mulch but went
second and attributed (the says. With all but one member ride home for Bradford with an even 100 added to the t 1V / Baker County opponent the on to be pushed out of I hi-
third place standing to a lack returning to the squad next golfers alter they placed chaos and sealed the discour preliminaries with scores of 6- running in the Cuurter-finuls.| !
of experience in such a caliberof season things look pretty fourth in the Big Sun Confer aging fourth place standing. ....1. o and 6-0 before losing in the The scores were 7 Vii, <6-0<; in tin-
competition: good, the coach added.: ence playoffs in Ocala on April On Monday, April 21, the 'ti ri quarter-finals to a nctter from first match. and 4-fi, 5-7 in the
"I am very proud of how team traveled to Jacksonvilleto Buchholz when he was dis- lal Icr.
well the girls have performedall 18.The golfers placed behind meet Orange Park at the qualified for failing to arrive The nt-tlers Imishi-d 1 ihc-tr
season long and especially teams that they had pre Jacksonville Naval Air SLaBradford at the proper starling lime season \ nh m over all recordof
for how well they've done in viously beaten in regular a y, nY Larry White, the number 714.
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the playoffs. Had we been season play. Ocala Forest won ad ( ; 1'r:1 <' M JI' "' "I'Io..M n.""""" ""' --- -
more experienced and a little the tournament with a total Llk4l l'Ll l: .' ;,.
: i
less nervous of the situation I I score of 329. Bradford had ,' L 4et: ''ttitsL'Ll: i 10 e
feel we could have placed gone one and one with Ocala in 3 :
second," said Coach Howard. 1u previous matches. Second .
"The teams from Gainesville place was covered by In this tense moment, David Gaines sinks a 10 foot putt to ,
participate in a lot of local Buchholz, with Ocala Vanguard score a birdie on hole 2. Lee Casey's concentrated pose may b
tournaments so they were holding the third place Bassmasters held have helped the situation
more confident in their play." spot. Both of these teams were their regular monthly meetingon
Debbie Mitchell is the only defeated twice by the Brad Apri115. lion in a match that ended Ilerres and Patterson led

senior on the team so the girls ,r ford golfers in two regular All tickets for the May 20 with Bradford eight strokes with low scores of 40. David .
are already looking forward to season matches each. drawing must be turned over behind. Gaines birdied two holes but '.
winning next year. "It's a bad show when the to Dale Johns at Starke Mall Herres scored the low double bogied another two ; :
!1skl i" t I Il top team in the Conference Builders Supply no later than 39 to lead the Bradford team that put his score at 41. Ed
All of the girls receivedbye's : o Nr LiwC; P7kr +. places !fourth behind teams May 15. and was followed by Ed Watts Watts had a bad day and I 1
in the preliminaries due ; that they have already Bassmasters voted to hold who hit a water trap on the ended with a 42. '' ,. y .r.
S 6 .
to the scheduling and all :lilra' li rJ beaten," remarked Coach the May Tournament on Santa last hole and triple bogied to Macclenny had three men to w ?w 1 3 f yY,. 'r :'
defeated their opponents in as Warney Adkinson. Fe Lake May 17. The tournament end with a 40. shoot 39's and one to shoot a 41
the quarter-finals. Mitchell 4 Bradford scored a total of will begin at 7 a.m. All David Gaines also ended that sealed the victory.
won 6-0 and 7-5 and went on to r sa 348 strokes, far behind Buch boats will return to landing at with a 40, ahead of Lee Casey Bradford travels to Lake s. 1w'
defeat semi-final opponent r holz with 333 and Vanguardwith noon sharp. From noon to 2 and Bobby Patterson both City today (April 24)) to play
6-2 and 63.Jennifer 340. the Club will weigh all with 42's. their final regular season ?
Jockel who will be Bobby Patterson sinks this Ed Watts led the golfers fish individually, then clean The team faced a home match of the year. On Friday, ,e i''awrMs,' rr ria. :'Y war, tY
back as the strong arm of the with an eight over 80 that match against Baker County May 2, they again travel to
nice chip shot to set up the par par and cook the fish for our an- Recognize the shoes? They belong to Bradford golfer Wade
team next year won 6-3, 6-2 in on the third hole of the Starke gave him a tie for the Low nual Fish Fry. on Tuesday that ended with Lake City to participate in the Wlnkler. They're hoping he sinks this putt so they don't gel
the but Medalist Award which Is Baker ahead 5 strokes. District
quarter-finals was Gail 'ourse in Tuesday'smatch. At 2 p.m.'all Bassmasterswill by playoffs. stomped a sin.
defeated 6-4, 6-3 in the semifinals given to the golfer who scores man their boats to resume -
.- the lowest on the 18 hole the tournament. Tournamentwill
Ruth Hazen went 6160 course. The award went tp end at 8 p,m:
over her first) opponent, then 'tIlllll Leroy Hester from Ocala Van All wives, girl friends and
fell 1-6 6-1, 6-1 in a tie breaking lll guard. Watts finished the first children are invited to attend
round against her next nine with a 39 that was even up this outing. IT 1&:1lBlaJ
opponent l / with Hester His 41 on the back The club expects a huge I
Lynn Pierce skunked the : f ,; nine sealed the low 80 but wasa crowd, so all you Hawg
quarter-final round challenge few strokes over Hester. Hunters better plan to show up
6-0, 6-0'but' fell 6-1 I; 6-1 in the Next in line for Bradfordwas and catch enough bass to feed

semi-finals.Danctte n.o. r __* Gay; .6-?*'1 In India It Js believed that if. ,two birdies David but Gaines still ended who sank with everyone.We Jiad. a nice last ( ( I1(!) 0 I CJJ(! JW(5( !

3 in her first1ntA! gttbift like l the* upon first looking at the new an 84.,, Matt Ilerres also put in .year, sure was a crow that '1U. S. 301
Open Won Wed 9 to 8
other girls (except for !Mitchell moon you immediately look two birdies but ended with a 14 showed up. Rev. Denton Sum- .
) fell in the semi-finals 6- at a turquoise, you will re over par 86. rall and myself did the cook- Thurs Sat 9 to 9 Sun 12 to 6
161. ceive great wealth. High scores by Bobby Pat- ing. Starke FlaGolden i

Bassmasters voted in ,
Save! Thurs. and Fri. Leonard Noegel as a new
April 24-25 member.; I understand Leonard
has bought a new bass
rig. Says he plans to make the "T"

$ littrYishttS! going On tough behalf for of the the top club six., I 22 In. Cut

would like to wish Leonard /Golden "T"GARDEN
luck. We to ssr
good are proud r, I
have you as part of the club.
Dale "Hawg Hunter" Johns 50 ,
landed a trophy bass a few 7
BananaU' days ago. The fish weighed HOSE ''
ll'.i pounds. Dale caught the c' 0"'
22" Blade, 3H! H P. Briggs & SlrattotT
Hawg on the first cast, says he engine, featuring easy recoil, start Manual ., 4 r,, d
was so excited he loaded up 4,position cutting heights. Side discharge.
and drove home. 7501T ,,, ;
He also said the real reason ,

he decided to quit was that w 1.wo RN NOS.
nine more like that one would o I \ ,
have sank his boat. "Julian, $
this tale?!" Dale JStiSXSXS: *
((1 c can you lop 6988
says he plans to have the bass t'\I.-'\ h Nylon Remlorced
mounted. ., !" '
o tI ,
Our April tournament is .... ,7'
SaL, April 26 on the St. Johns .
River. The club will launch 8

boats at the City Dock in r \ (a, $3
a .!'
Palatka. !l f I F
The tournament will beginat EACH
7 a.m./and end at 7 p.m. ,
with a weigh in at 1 p.m.
You do not have to be pre i
sent al the 1 p.m. weigh in With Exclusive I :'=lU""" "
unless you have caught your Acuon-Gerd' Salety Model .W0905, .r;- ..*.. "$IIVer I:
limit, or unless you are com Features! I
ing out for the day. Flipper"SPRINKLER
I know some of the Bass- -f-

1 masters will be unable to I
attend the tournament but we / .
would like to see a big turnout. i
The 74-75 season is rapidly AluminumGRASS /" .
To Full Or
coming to a close The top Adiustafila "
RO eight Bassmasters in point Part Circle' Water Up e / .
To 80 Ft In A Diameter
standing are only separated 547
by a few pounds of bass soptan 1. Sled Base

to be present April 26 and
I fish hard I I'' EDGING
All new members be sure to
,t_ -; bring a "flotation vest, CoastGuard / Hand Held FanSPRINKLER

\l.r.IIi. 's.y Approved." This is a I 8'; > 40 Foot ro11..00G Gauge Al _.
r _
law well club .w. \ _
state as as a uminum. Excellent for flower beds. _
i. Ji'' ,.r; rule 1 Slops grass Easy to install. -f .
.f It'' I understand that there are
several small boating bills Easy water your lawn) (\
before Legislature. is that \ ,
all motor boat operators must t. 1 88 ::
be licensed and anyone under '
1 Futures swivel spikelor
age 15 wouldn't be allowed f on lawn. Adjust 8ct ,,J
j salting
behind the wheel. The above
able shut-oil(to regulate water
mentioned bill flunked out, the EACH flow. CP 'A4839c
Coast Guard didn't even backit. T.G&Y.SAVINGS PRICE.
., .
1 In the next few days the
Bradford Bassmasters will be GRASS
taking a closer look at all .
*You11 go bananas for this great sale on the famous DAIRY QUEEN county maintained boat : A8HTOM '

't, banana split. Two fresh-cut banana slices and America's favorite ramps. BROOM RAKE SHEARS .

treat topped with chocolate strawberry These ramps need some j
J maintenance. The ramps present 'rr.
pineapple and whipped topping. It's a problem for bigger Make raking! 'teens .and grasseaarwnhebrsomnke .

x '"scrumpdillyishus"! Treat the whole boats to launch 2485 t11f _

i Dairij during this special offer at Bradford Bassmasters are -
gang double
concerned about this matter Heavy duty
participating DAIRY QUEEN and plan to take proper action. $ spring soon Salt-/
blades. ,
'P+ + Queen Stores. It's "scrumpdillyishus"! We want our boat ramps to be 22 Enanwtod Steel) Prongs 117' Vinyl sharpening cualiion handles $277
+ r 4 second to none With, .A 39" Wooded. Hindi eckaged in vinyl i I /I

i'Let'.all go to th.DIIRYQUEEN" iheath. .
_; Bass Wishes ,
.ih.u.(..rn.on.......D.a_M. .comiieM. .e,.,Am.o.a Caw Neil Crawford '" -



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CommunityNews Gainesville Firm Awarded New Service Facility., For Area Sr. CitizensBradford I

School Remodeling ContractLAKE County Senior questions regarding federal disabled and the poor. Keystone Heights.
Citizens may take advantages programs, such as Social In addition to serving senior Starting this week, the
teria, was not awarded by the of services offered at a new Security, supplemental income citizens in Clay county, the volunteers will staff the office
BUTLER The board. A bid of $11,254 was information center' for the medicare, and food services of the office will be from 10 a.m. to 12 noon,
United Gainesville Construction awarded Companyof submitted by United Con elderly at Keystone Heights.The stamps, as well as various extended to those in Bradford. Monday through Friday.
remodeling contract was a struction for the third alter office is located off county programs available to Putnam, and Alachua Professional outreach
totaling nate. Boulevard on assist workers will be available.SUCK'S .
$181,705 at a special meetingof Lawrence' the handicapped, the Counties, which adjoin
Completion time of 110 days Flamingo Street and staffedby
ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKFR the Union County School. has been allowed the contractor volunteer workers. It is the ,,"
Class Meeting each Tuesday Board held Wednesday afternoon which will terminate the result of concerted efforts by
night. Sunday Church School first week in August, providing the Committee for Senior
i| Bradford girls, At bid held the
County a opening
Diane Nelson and Benita will begin at 10 a.m. Morning day before the Gainesvillefirm sufficient time for completion Services of Keystone Heights
service at 11 with the Youth in before the beginning of and the information and
Franklin two Seniors at BUS submitted the low bid of
:: charge. All members are school next September.The referral division of the Clay
in the
11 received.
p.'! participated Royal asked to attend the Follow low bid received was County Council on Aging.
Grand order of The The
i: Chapter offo"lorlda's Hour at 3 p.m. There will not capital outlay project about $7,000 less than board The information and
of the State
Eastern Star provides for the installation of
Oratorical Contest be evening service. architect Craig Salley had referral office is designed to
new heating ventilating, and
estimated on the project, senior citizens !
serve by
second' and third!
They won air-conditioning (VAC) at
A Spring Musical will be including the three alternates.The bringing together in one
prize scholarships respec the Lake Butler Elementary
the Church of God in
held at remodeling contractwas convenient location vital
tively. One of the purposes of School and the Union County
Christ Pine Street Saturday unanimously awarded by information the
the contest is to educate the on Middle School. The base bid affecting Hwy-ioo
youth participating in the con- Apr. 26, at 8 p.m. The for the two schools was for the board on motion of memo welfare of elderly people The ; MARKET Putnam Hall
cordially invited to ber Ray Crawford. 6 Mi
test, as well as adults The public is $163,436 which in addition to volunteers will answer Of Keystone
Negro's contribution, to the"Nation's come out and enjoy an even- the HVAC, the specificationscall
Wealth, Culture, ing of gospel in songs with us. for the installation of new 473.2067Office or 473-2514 Home
and !Moral Values" in theCountry's Appearing on the programwill lighting and acoustical tile for DeWitf C. Jones
be: The Macclenny Com- .
history They were the ceiling at the elementary
Choir under the direction -
sponsored by Francis Chapter school.
of Dan Gibbs, the Young
440 OES, Starke Adult Choir of the Church of The school board awarded Funeral Home r Dealer Space
contracts for two of three t
God in Christ of High Springs, FREE
under the direction of Elder projects on which
Dell Chapter 168 OES will Hugh Anderson Jr.; Bro and bids were submitted. The first STARKE PHONE 96462OORENTAL Opening DayOpening
hold its regular meeting Sis. Thomas Colbert of alternate Is for $12,327 for L
Thursday night, April 24, at 8 Tallahassee Dr, and Mrs. HVAC at the middle school
p.m. All members are askedto ; auditorium, and the second HOSPITAL BEDS.WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS
Bernard Avant of Atlanta,
be and on alternate is for lie CRUTCHES
please present $5,942 for
Ga. and Elder James Allen of
time. Business of vital impor- ; IIVAC at the
Belleglade. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
tance. .Admission is free. Bro. cafetorium. A third Fri April 25
Funeral services for Larry alternate, airconditioningonly
I Holiday is the
George sponsor.
Lamar Griffin will be held at the middle school cafe

Saturday at 2:30: from Ml. Pis- vw_ &__ ._ _. -_. ._------ - ... -- ..n n____ _
gah AME Church with Chest.
nut and Haile 'in charge of
arrangements. Larry is tne
won of Mrs. Ida Griffin and
Rev. Lee Griffin of Starke.

Zion AME Church .a
I.awley, Rev. Richard Bethel
pastor. Weekly services will
begin with a Musical Talent
Show Friday night at 8 p.m. RM
Everyone is invited to attend. 5 OZ SILVER OR BLUE

Sunday with Church services School will at 10 begin a.m. LUSTRE SEA & SKI -, POWDER-LIMIT: 1 IPANA Q-TIPS
!Morning service at 11. After-
noon service, 4 p.m. Visitors RIGHT
:New' Bethel Baptist Church COTTON
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. GUARD i
Wednesday night at 7:30: \ !
Class. Saturday night, 6 p.m. SEA&SKI 4 OZ.-LIMIT 1REG.I09 7 OZ. TUBE f
Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Sunday

School activity at will 9:30.start: At with 11 Church a.m., 12 OZ I

Morning service and Baptism. :
At 3 p.m. each member is ; T 54t
invited to attend the Fellow- LOTION I 15' OFFLABEL H
ship (Hour. BTU.-5 p.m. At 6 .. > LIMIT 1 _.
p.m. Evening Worship.
Greater Bethlehem Free
Will Baptist Church, Rev.

Jasper day night Williams was rehearsal pastor. Mon-for COVER GIRL CLAIROL ISOPROPYL DR. WEST LIMIT ONE WILKINSON
the Tiny Tots and Ushers 1s1t
Board No. 2. Prayer Meetingwas SKIN MACHINE PINT1 '

day'1''Tuesday' night Choir'night. Wednes-No.1''' MOISTURE BOTTLE RUBBING, HARD OR MEDIUMTOOTHBRUSH ..: .BONDED


church. Friday night Choir
No. 3 will rehearse. Saturday FOUR SHADES 12.88 (CRYSTAL BRAND) LIMIT FOUR WITH
dinners will be sold from the 5 BLADES
kitchen. Sunday at 9:30: ; .-

Sunday at II School.with the Morning Youth service in- r' REG.| T : 8 '

charge. The speaker will be S 1,89LIMIT :9 LIMIT 19 '
Master McCoy White. At 3 I I ONE 4 .100 133
p.m. there will be a Song Ser
vice. This will terminate services -
for the day.St. .
Johns :Missionary Baptist
Willie Huffman, pastor 4 LB. BAYERASPIRINlOO's
Weekly services as follows: WATERPROOF- UNICAP I
'Prayer noon. Band Wednesday each Monday.Prayer 12 SKIN CARE CONTAINER EPSOMSALT WIPE 'n DIPEFLUSHABLE 1

!Meeting and Bible Class com- VITAMINS I I
bined at 6 p.m. Thursday at 6 1 CREAM WIPES PRE
,Choir rehearsal.
p.m. Sunday MOISTENED WITH 100
Church School. 10 a.m. Morn- BABY OIL PLUS 24 PLAIN
at 11. 1 OZ SIZE .or "M" 90 PLUS 30 FOR FAST PAIN
ing service Evening service 5O CT LIMIT 1
(..rl'atprIIl'n Chapel AME: ALSO
Church. Hcv. R G. Heaslie AVAIUIIE40OZ. N y, M/IN
pastor Prayer Meeting ando y
1 LIMIT 59 y. llw'e4 :
oMo.o.o ./v\I ONE I *
The foolish and the dead wF ONE I CHILDS
alone never change their ASPIRIN

-James Russell Lowell

Progress is the law of life, I DRY ROASTED AFGAN,
man is not man as yet. BATH NECK



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This Question:

"Hunting can be expensive REG 1.19 LIMIT 1 FOR MEN. LADIES.

I .IOM of guns from damageor REG. 2.99 CHILDREN
theft coat of personal

in juries.liability for injury Z
i to others. I hear you have 88'Rag.
insurance that covers aO 5oIe
I these risks.guns,personal
., injury, and. liability. Can it ; DURABLE TOUGHr &
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Sarah Biggs Wins Bradford County '75 Spelling Bee

Snrnh; ur....", d _. .
twi" an Ai_9 uauglllcr UI
Mr. and Mrs Bobby Biggs of champion, correctly spelled Parmenter
Starke, won the 1975 Bradford "innovate," then correctly Lawlcy: 1)) Michele Griffis,
County Spelling Bee on the spelled "heritage" to win the 2)) Suzanne Newport, 3))
91st word in competition with county spelling bee. Studentsin Tammy Starling.

17 other students who are grades 5.8 competed. Southside: 1)) Richard
champions of their school Miss Biggs will represent Trainor, 2)) Joey Andrews, 3)) I J pmmV4
spelling bees.Runnerup. Bradford County in the Diane Bizzer. ,,? + I RwcnTl
was Chip Regional, Spelling Bee in Starke Elem: 1)) Kenneth r< 4 YdSw
Oestrike, son of Mrs. Delores Jacksonville on May 3 where LeN eave, 2)) Chip Oestrike, 3))
Hilliker of Starke, who spelled the top prize will be a $1,000 Karen Thorpe. I
89 words correctly before scholarship. The National Middle Schoo1\( ) Sarah
being tripped by "innovate." Spelling Bee is set June 2-6 in Biggs, 2)) Richard Vallellanes, I

Miss Biggs, Middle SchoolA Washington,', D.C. 3)) Debra Smith.SERVICE, .\""",II" "IIJ.ro.. .-It" i'i'l"ftt
Sarah's older sister Sonya rI .. '.! q; I
BradfordCounty : J\ x I. E 11..
the 1971-72 1
Series Of representative at the MEN These Bradford County Elementary and Middle School students participated in Countywide I
regional spelling bee, I spelling competition.
EvangelisticServices The March 11 spelling bee They are front row (I l-r): Marion Trisler, Chip Oestrike, Lenneth Leneave, Joey Andrews, I
lasted almost an hour, much oz ,' I Michelle Griffis, Diane Bizer Standing: Karen Thorpe, Debbie Parmenter, Deborah Green,
longer than last year. That'san *ei Pvt. Morris Completes Debra Smith, Susanne Newport, Lee Ellen Orten, Richard Vellellanes, Kelly Slade, Sarah
indication students are Improving Field Artillery Course Biggs, Richard Trainor, Tammy Starling.
Are Being Conducted in spelling and that it Ft. Sill, Okla., March 24 -
takes longer to eliminate Private Hembrick Morris, Jr.,
Tent AtE. them,: says Richard Jockel, 21, whose parents live at 2105 Major Construction Only Cure 1
Bradford curriculum director, Old Lawtey Road, Starke, ;
masterminds the annual
Reagan's who completed the sevenweekbasic -
affair. Supt. Jim Temple pre field artillery (cannoneer -
STARKE A major con this situation and our area making further review at
sented awards to the 18 the any
3Vir Ml. South Ot Starke ) course at U.S. Army
Field struction project is the only Maintenance Engineer has this time, wrote J.A. Moss,
On SR. 100 youngsters. .. Artillery Training also reviewed this system to
-. .. Center, Ft. Sill, Okla. cure for the US-301 drainage district DOT maintenanceengineer
Starts April 15 Judges were School Board Sarah Biggs, eighth grader from Bradford Middle School, During the course, Morris .at the intersection of Pratt determine if that there could is. any be on April in a letterto
Member Pat Spengler, Media Is the new Bradford County spelling champion. Chip learned the duties of a howitzer Street and will be done when maintenance County Clerk Gilbert
Thru April 30 Specialist Gladys Thomas, Oestrike,fifth grader from Starke Elementary, is runner-up. or gun section crewman. funds become available, the performed to relieve this con- Brown.
State Department of Trans- dition. "We are placing this projectin
and He also received instruction
Thurs Elementary Supervisor in
Tuesdays d Sunday 7:30:
"The real solution to
Lucille Payne Pronouncerwas second, and third places .in David Sparks, 2)) Deborah handling ammunition, setting portation has notified Brad- only our construction program
MinistersJ. ford County, the problem/ a. major con- to be let to contract if or when
Mrs. Julie Fuller, BHS their school spelling Green, 3) Lee Ellen Orton. fuses and preparing charges,
"Our Drainage Engineerhas struction project. funds become available,1'Moss '
English Instructor eliminations Hampton+ 1)) Kelly Slade, communications and maintenance -
Gerloff were
Hendry C. :
real benefit
time in can see no
spent some we wrote.
Students in the bee Trisler Debbie ,
spelling Brooker Elementary: 1)) 2)) Marian 3))
by virtue of making. detailed study of our Drainage Engineer DOT has recently inspectedthe
...._... .. .. uu.U.n winning first, .. .. ... . - Pratt; Street drainage
ditch and has scheduled a'

crew to clean out a portion ol
SALE ENDS SATURDAYOPEN BANKfNFRICARO the ditcn. Muss stated in the

DAILY 9.9 OPEN SUN. 10.7 letter
"We will make every effortto

0 pa P0 0 EJOQpL maintain (Ihis system as
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SHOPPING CENTER time as a new\ system can be
Moss slated in
813 WALNUT ST. STARKE. FLA. constructed the letter, which was I in answer :

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District Engineer W.ll, '

Skinner concerning the 301 I
FLAt:,' f 126-12 drainage. :
,, Brown read the letter to the
SHEER County Commission at its,
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New Disposal Plant Site Sought RAIFORO YOLFIRE DEPT ] LETTERS *

By Crystal Lake Property Owners Y H

arw"kY ''il ,y1ti _

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Asking for further Investi- Association, this group is tion about the treatment and has been with the
gation into location of Key- concerned about the proximity plant. Department almost since its to theEDITOR

stone Heights proposed of the city's proposed The Department of Pollu- inception in 1968.
waste water treatment planton waste water treatment plantat ,
KH airport property the Keystone Airport to tion Control was representedby Sverdrup and Parcel Associates
Crystal Lake residents met Crystal Lake. The residentshad William Opp DPC project engineer
April 16 with representativesfrom regional director from Jack- Ralph Eng was also present, Gentlemen: ,
requested a meetingwith
the Department of sonville, Douglas Dutton and in spite of the fact that Council -
Pollution Control. the DPC at the last City Dilip Shah, both of that office Chairman Gay Livingstonhad After reading the April 10,
Council meeting, where they ,and Dr. Jay ThabaraJ of 1975 edition of The Telegraphmy
stated at the last Council
Calling themselves the did not feel that they had the State DPC, an expert on meeting that he did not feel r wife remarked that she !<
Crystal Lake Environmental been given enough informa- domestic waste treatment, the city could ask their enjoyed that issue more than

engineers to take the time to. usual. ,
participate in such a meet- I soon learned the reason
why she did. YOUR USUAL

Representatives of the, TRUTHFUL EDITORIALWAS
Bradford County Commission -.i!!'t.i '.I:! t MISSING! ,

and Zoning Board, the N' Wilson Foster
Suwannee River Water Man- 'Airyv oj SantaFelakeBiloxiMtss.

Heart Of Starke agement District, the St. ,," .. ,r, vF -
Johns River Water Manage- f I

One of the most interesting facts to town of Starke is the greatest. It has the County attendance ment District Zoning as,Board well.and the were Clay in .f.''tl..1! I."'., .; : tL' ;I THE ONES WHO LOSE '" '.

Editor Telegraph:
most attractive and ,
come out of the Starke '75 Design Work nicest people, girls

shop held on Call Street last 'weekend 'the friendliest guys. Butit needs an Opp,? presented the Depart- I read with a great amount 'i 1

the fact that 81 cent of the citi-- industrial base very badly. The architec- ment s guidelines for approval of delight your write-up of the
was per Hundreds were fed at the dedication of the new Raiford Fire Station and Hall last
ture of downtown Starke needs a defin- of any waste water treat- City latest School Board meeting,
zens replying to the question said they ment system. He stated that Saturday afternoon, on the site of the old railroad station which was given to the city by the your editorial
ite personality, be it modern, frontier or
the intersection of Call Seaboard-Coastline Railroad referring
still considered
certain standards are set for : _. .' to "Temple'sMess.
and Walnut Streets as "the heart of whatever..It should be made to stand ground water, and permits ." '"

Starke." Only one per cent replied "no"to out so that more people would be at- for treatment plants are
issued if the It Is apparent that the school
tracted here to patronize our shops"Some discharge of
the question, and just one person sug-- effluent into the ground system, with many more >
gested another location. water will not lower those dollars than they have had in
of the many suggestions to fill standards below an accept- years past is plagued with

This overwhelming indicates downtown needs included: off-street able level. mismanagement at the top. u
response The School Board can't be .
that while the "heart" might be ailing, it parking a rest area for senior citizens, a expected to carry all the .

is still considered the hub of the city by a downtown restaurant mini-bus service Dr. ThabaraJ noted that' blame when, as I understandit

vast majority of citizens, and there is a student-use center, more recreation the guidelines are not yet the superintendent is

nothing wrong with it that a little "open facilities, including a bowling alley, more perfectrevisions are being required to make his
made all the timebut that recommendations then only .
activities for young adults, a cultural
heart could not correct.
they are the best we have at can the board act.
center more shrubbery and trees, an
the present time. In specific
This is the purpose of two Universityof overpass for Call or Madison Street, cases, the engineers of a As you so aptly put it, the ,'"
Florida architecture students who are preservation of historical buildings, ject are expected to use their school children are the ones

more light at night and a thorough good judgment in designinga ; L.ii : that lose, and apparently they r
for the downtownarea '
now working on a plan system. r never seem to be discussed. ,
and last weekend they obtained clean-up. 4' .1'
and citizens across
what needed local of He said that the Depart-
just they input and
had better
After the citizen in-put has been ment would not risk polluting our county stop
ideas from concerned citizens who are look at this situation, and''
interested in the future of their town. analyzed a basic overall concept for the ground to water, and does should, at the same time
will and not want create public (*,
downtown area developed remember that it is the
health A limit is
Tom Mumford and Dick Dunlap, who possibly divided into several phases- set on the problems.amount of effluent superintendent who runs the1'1,"

are carrying out the project said they what can be accomplished in five years, that may be sprayed on an show. I

couldn't be more pleased by the "amaz- ten years or even twenty years.A area in a given time, and Keep up your good repor-
that a buffer zone is required ting.
ing response" from local citizens duringthe between the spray area and A Concerned Parent
two-day workshop last Friday and meeting will be held later to presentthe residences. Test wells are a *

Saturday, indicating there is "over- basic concept to the public, rejectingsome requirement, and the water MAN'S WAY

whelming interest on the part of citizens features and adopting others. must be kept up to drinking HAS FAILED ,,

here in the economic well-being and the After that it will be up to Starke and its standards. fq Dear Editor: '|

updated appearance of their town." citizens to decide what shall be done to When questioned about" yyyfd
implement the plan. whether the soil at the air- I have read the editorial *
port site is suitable for this appearing in The Telegraph
Some of the comments on the dated I
ques- April 3, 1975. Also the
type of treatment plant Mr.
If as much interest is shown in the ,
tionnaires were most interesting, suchas Opp stated that it is normalfor ". letter concerning operations
this one from a man who wrote, "I ama later stages as was demonstrated here the Department of Pollution Rep. George Grosse (center), of Jacksonville, congratulates of the Division of Youth Ser '

rabid Starke booster. I have lived and last weekend, there is every reason to Control to accepttiti If''!* Raiford Mayo Elmer Wallace on completion of vices. Thanks for your ,editorial -
'believe will ) neW 18,000 f ac Ility.At right Is Fire. Chief J.D. Grlf fis. f" t\' .ua
that'something good come 'of the U.S Soil o -
report _
worked in Los I ,
Angeles Boston Chicago, 4 I I, w 'lay! :
and Washington, D. C. In my old age I out of Workshop 75. for downtown servation Service: y.; ''V. ; fc. r.J rot Ir.!J I have i oheerved the .Ii"increase -,,)
of crime and the disci-.
found that Florida and this particular Starke. Mrs. Geri Johns, A mem- 400 Attend Raiford DedicationRaiford's plme used to treat the same' "I,

ber of the Crystal Lake for many years. It is very u
group, asked the DPC representatives obvious that man's .way' has
if they would look new $18,425 city board Coastline railroad. and Fire Chief J.D. Griffis had ?
failed, and there can be, no
Dollars For DeterrenceSenate specifically for three things hall and fire department Mayor Elmer Wallace intro- to round up more plates after doubt that crime will continueto
headquarters dedicatedlast duced Grosse, who after
I was spoke
before approving the airport the first 400 were used. increase until we turn to a'j
afternoon with the crowd had
Saturday a
site: ((1)) the elevation of the enjoyed music than
authority to
site, and whether the runoff crowd of more than 400 per- by a "blue grass' country The fire house, located in man
a to with'the
would flow into Crystal sons attending the cere- music group, and had free the south end of the cement way cope .

President Dempsey Barron now and have been doing in recent years Lake; ((2)) whether the term monies.In blood pressure tests taken by block building, has room for problem. j

says, "It's time for us to do something isn't working.". (banking around the spray his' dedication speech, the Union County Rescue two engines. The city hall So much has been said about
Unit. the north end of
about crime matter what the cost area) would control the Grosse of Jack the the rights of criminals and so
no Rep. George ,
U.S. Attorney General Edward Levi lateral flow of water from sonville the for The food, consisting of and has an attractive little about the rights of victims -
praised city
and many Florida citizens, fearful for describes what has been the spray area: and ((3)) whether which smoked mullet, chicken pilau, brick facing. that I feel something that
their lives and property, are outspokenin happening as the soil is suitable to its building and barbecued chicken was The City Council expects to makes sense should be incor-
their agreement with his views. ...a dismal and tragic failure" of our hold the effluent during ,was constructed and federal largely with served by members of the have its new home furnishedin porated into the issue of "law
system of criminal justice. He believes heavy rain periods (July to state funds revenue volunteer fire department. time to hold its next regular and order."
November sharing on property Planners of the event meeting there on Monday,
that "an effective criminal justice ) were
Members of the Florida legislature, sys- donated to the city by the Sea- '
tem must emphasize deterrence" and pleased by the large turnout May 12.DaQQ The legal execution of''a
genuinely concerned with skyrocketingcrime Other questions which this human being is a very serious
are pushing ahead with a flood of warns that ...the failure of our systemto group seeks the answers to matter. I suppose that it is the

law and order bills in the 1975 session move quickly and effectively to detect are ((1)) Whether the sewer (! [$ [$ anOP000 ( V experience of jurors, judges,
that the and punish offenders" is one of the chief system is, in fact, necessary; County Agents By ; and governors to have a feel-
despite warnings measures reasons behind the rise in crime rate. and ((2)) Why the city cannot ; ing that they are just an Indi-
could swell the prison population at a find another site which vidual and that to vote for or
cost of millions. would be closer to the city Notebook BobbyTaylor IMF sanction the death of a crimi
Senator Barron admits he doesn't and thereforeless expen- nal is just too much responsi-
know what the new crime bills would sive. Millard Brown, director of bility. This is not so The
But the question is being asked Adult Education at the Vo-
cost but he does know punishment of criminals is the
that in the first -
"What good is money in your pocket if During an information discussion Tech Center, and your of
six months of 1975. the people of Florida Veterans Service Officer responsibility governmentand
life is in danger'? and senti- period, Mr. Opp ,
your public Most cattlemen have had Thursday Friday and not the responsibility' of
lost $90 million in
attended the
robberies. That wouldgo stated to this that a workshop on
ment is behind times for the individuals. Government is of
swinging a get-tough pol- rough past 18 Saturday. This short time you
icy in dealing with criminals. a long way toward paying for some he felt the city and engineering months because of low cattle spend at the short course current administration procedures of governingthe the V.A. God, and an individual is onlya

extra (crime prevention.He, believes that firm are proceedingwith prices and high productioncosts. could be much more valuableto educational G.I. part of government.The .
if a knows in the project in a very Indications are that it' than the programs
person advance that he'sgoing you same time on
The Florida Department: of Criminal to for acceptable way, and that the will be several more months your ranch. I hope you will be Bill)). Bible teaches that it Is
Law Enforcement reported Monday that prison a specific amount of area at the airport is "very< before conditions improve. In able to attend this A large number of veterans the duty of government to pro-
crime is increasing nearly five times time, without parole; he will be '''discou adequate" for the needs of a my. opinion, the only way year will soon be entering the last tect the good and punish the

faster than Florida's population, with a raged from committing .a crime.: 300,000 gallon waste water cattlemen can survive now is Maybe the cool nights we year in which they can obtain bad and the way crime is
treatment plant. to use the latest and best have had this week will be the educational assistance under being handled in this country..
little more than one in five crimes being Under our present system criminals management practices last for this year so that our the training programs is a mockery of God.

solved. have apparently lost much of their fearor officials For the stressed second time they, DPC will! available to improve vegetables, field crops and operated by the Veterans Ad- Any government that

: for production efficiency on his pastures will start making ministration. According to ,
the crimes
reprisal they commit. never approve a waste water W.B. Mackall director of the cannot punish crime cannot
The annual Uniform Crime Report Apparently there is the feeling among collection system that would farm and ranch. good growth. Some early Florida Division of Veterans stop crime. If crime is not

i\. estimates that one out of every 14 Floridians this element that they will likely go pollute lakes or groundwater 'To make the best however plantings are and looking squash good are, Affairs under the Departmentof adequately and justly

was the victim of a major crime uncaught, and that if they are finally management decisions, the being harvested: now. Community Affairs, the punished, then crime will
last year, with an offense occurring cattlemen must be well- educational assistance entitlement increase. The millions of
apprehended they will off with
seconds. Nine policemen get a Restraining Order informed and up-to-date on Bob Allen and I have been for many veterans is dollars spent in this country
every fifty-three slap on the wrist or a quick parole. And what Is happening in the cattle observing vegetable plantingsand due to expire on May 31, 1976. fighting crime, because of the
were killed on duty last yearthe apparently they are right: out of every business through-out the growth, and are making way it has been used, has favored
r! highest toll in Florida history. In this five felony cases in New York City last Sought Against country. He must know what plans for the opening of our educational The current assistance GI Bill provides benefits only the criminal and

... state alone there were .1,190 murders year four were either dismissed or the Outlook, situation is for Farmers Retail Market next for who served in caused a deterioration of.
Local persons
2,904 22,261 armed robberies, Optometrist beef, grain, fertilizers, month. We will have a com- government jeopardizing the
rapes reduced to misdemeanors through the and the Armed Forces of the welfare of every citizen In this
the of
185,043 burglaries. 318.707 cases of larceny energy, economy mittee meeting growers United States, was dischargedor
plea-bargaining process.In GREEN COVE SPRINGS- many other relative things.He and others interested in the released country.
vehicle thefts. after
and 39,065 motor January 31
Judge A. W, Graessle, Clay must also know what new market next Tuesday night at 1955, and who has not usedtheir There are many scripture
the end Americans will get as County Circuit judge, is to programs he can initiate that the Agriculture Building in entitlement. The maxi- giving authority for corporal
The picture in Florida is duplicated allover much crime prevention or deterrence as hear a request for a temporary will improve his efficiency. Starke. This group will set the mum entitlement for any one punishment, but I must be
I the nation with last year's increase injunction for a opening day, days and hoursof conservative with time and
they are willing to pay for. As Senator This year's short course will, person Is forty-five ((45))
nineteen restraining order for breachof operations, and other months of actual space. It is a known fact that
4 reported at an appalling per Barron says it's time for action "no cover many of these topics. training
to make
a covenant not to compete, procedures help the most of the time ,
in 14 there will be time. The maximum Is available punishment
cent 1973 largest years. For example,
over matter what the cost. The alternative is filed by optometrist Wayne market- better for all con- for other than has tendency
> who corporal -
served a
whether anyone
"I In the words of one commentator: "One a continually increasing crime rate that Whiffen of Starke against speakers cattlemen can on compete in the cerned. I'll give a report of the eighteen ((18)) months or more to cause hatred and re-*

thing is clear: Whatever we are doing threatens to engulf us all. Optometrist James future, what the Florida Beef meeting in my column next continuous honorable service. bellion. We have too many
J Minesingcr, who Is openingan week. ungodly witnesses In the land
Cattle situation will be like In Current laws provide that I
optometric practice in 198S, and the, outlook for Just want to mention in each eligible veteran must use today, and they are leading;,
Keystone Heights this week. marketing grass fed cattle closing this week that we are his training entitlement within .our nation Into judgment*.
pRIb4 BRADFORD c The Several folks will entering the for insects Thereford, God to going to:
hearing Is to be held and calves. season ten ((10)) years after his discharge -
4 today (Thursday) at 2:30: in discuss forage production, and disease on our crops. or release from service hold this nation and those in
Q the Judge's chambers in the energy feeds, and grazing Remember that early .or within ten ((10)) years ,authority accountable for the
c : ligrap4 Clay County Courthouse in management. detection and identification of after June 1, 1966, whichever ,violence and blood that is
,i. Given Cove Springs. t"'pests to almost half the battleIn is later. Persons who were running uncontrolled across
Other important topics will controlling insects and released at anytime between the country.The way crime to

C> Mrs According to an informed Include pasture Insects and disease. Once identified, you January 31, 1955 and June 1, 'being handled in the country
4 10 BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M., MILLER source, there are legal their control herd health 'can then initiate an effective 1966, have slightly more than today i is a mockery of God.

y' PuW her, technicalities which must bur problems preventive control program., one ((1)) year to use or to com Genesis >:::6 says: "Whoso
3 Published each Thursday and entered as second Oats Maner at the Post Office at Starke Fla. under Act decided at" 'the hearing, medicine and vaccinations, ...... their education. Regardless sheddeth man's blood by
.. resulting from the .... ................. man
.:, of March 3, 1879. contract hay making equipmenti of whether they have used shall his blood be shed: for in
Subscription rate in trade are*: *6 per year: .3.60 six months.Outside between Dr.when Whiffen and Dr. Irrigation, and Commuter: ""My doctor all of their eligibility, the VA the Image. .of. God made he
trade area: $7 per year: M 00 six month, in Minesinger they were practices. doesn't believe in acapunc financial assistance will be man."
practice together In ture. He'd rather terminated on May 31. 1976, H.H.; Matt
stick -
// Phone 964:6305 Starke., Ra.U SUrke. The joint practice All these topics will be you with '
discussed! In three days- with his bill. no extensions available Brooker.Fla.r .
I was dissolved March U. beyond that date.

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A"II". '''' TELEGRAPH Page I I

STARKE Land sale trans- February Land Sales Total $725 550 .w. . . i

actions recorded in February .,

reached the impressive total E.Charles Lundy W.to Lundy William and Mary Scott subdivision, $5,100. quarter of Sec. 13-8-22, $4,300. Lake Homesites, $3,300. Lorraine Cooney,the south 350 east quarter of southeast Woodlawn, Sec. 10-5-22, 1200.
of$725,550 for the monthl com- Rhoden and Greta Alvarez, a Ralph L. Evans and LouiseM. John R. Sales and Lillian Cecil R. Whitehead and feet of the north 370 feet of the quarter of Sec. 34-5-22, $2,500. Loyd Dyal and Theo Dyal to
pared to' es of parcel of land in the southeast Evans to George L. Harperand Sales to James E. Colemanand Frances Whitehead to Milo R. east half of the southeast Jerry E. Stillson and L. Lavern Dyal, Jr. and Mar-
$435,466. quarter of the Southeast Mildred S. Harper,Lots 36 Lynda D. Coleman, Lot 38 Smith, Lots 1, 3 and 4 of one- quarter of the northeast quar- Rebecca Stillson to E. Wray garet Ann Dyal,40 acres In the
Topping the list of land quarter of Sec. 29-6-22, $6,000. and 38 on Oak Avenue in of Block A of Cypress Beach, half Block 2 in Lawtey, west of ter of Sec. 4-7-22, $2,900. Davis and Evelyn M. Davis, southwest quarter of the
transactions for the month Leila S. Mundy and Clair Crystal Lake Homesites, $3,800. ,railroad, in Sec.23-5-22, $3,100. John F. Holecheck, Jr. and the south 115 feet of the north southeast quarter of Sec. 23-7-
was the sale of several parcelsof Jean Mundy Carlos Johnson $5,000. Jerry E. Stillson and F. Brooks Herman to Nancy J. Holecheck to one-half of Lot 28 in Wood- 20, $1,100.
land in the Keystone Club and Leita Johnson, a parcel of Norris Fennell and Betty Rebecca Stillson to Robert C, Robert Muir and Anna L. Charles C. Johns and Ruth S. lawn, Sec. 10-5-22, $2,300. ,
Estates in the southeasternpart land commencing at the Joyce Fennell to Robert Earl Kent and Judy Ann Kent, the Muir, Lot 2 of WhisperingPines Johns, Lot 70 on Cypress Ave- Demetree Builders, Inc. to
of the county near Key- northesat quarter of Block 19 Martin and Lovina Martin, a north 215 feet of the north oner Estates, $3,000. nue in Crystal Lake Home- Crown Builders of Florida, I
stone Heights. or original survey of the Townof parcel of land in the northwest half of Lot 28 in Woodlawn, Ismael Torres and Gladys sites, $2,500.Edward Inc., Lot 14 of Block 2 of Unit 3, Mother of three camp-age j
The lands were sold by Indi- Starke, south of Call Street, quarter of the Southwest Sec. 10-5-22;; $3,750. Torres to Peggy H. Thomas, L. Alford and Sylvia Saratoga Heights, $2,200. children sewing on the
vidual owners to two corporations $6,000. quarter of Sec. 3-6-22, $4,700. Velva G. Hartley to HaroldJ. north 330 feet of east half of S. Alford to Sidney D. Har- Jerry E. Stillson and umpteenth name tape: i
: the Keystone Cecil C. Melvin and Edith F. Lake Properties, Inc. to Baker and Eleanor C. southeast quarter of southeast bin and Norman B. Harbin, Rebecca Stillson to H.C. "Aren't there any nudist !
Developers of Bradford Inc. Melvin to Gary W. Melvin and Chester A. Smith and Dorothy Baker and A.R. Chance and quarter of Sec. 4-7-22, $2,900. one square acre in northwest Reading and Marilyn Read- camps,for children?" 1
land the Keystone Club Utility Sandra M. Melvin, Lots 5 and E. Smith, a parcel'of land in Grace B Chance, Lots 40 and Peggy H. Thomas to Daniel corner of east half of the ing, one acre in the northwest- .Contributed by Ruin B. MIMrlng .
rCorporatin for a total of 6 of Block 7 or Carlotta Unit 1 the south half of the northeast 42 on Oak Avenue in Crystal Edward Cooney and Ella southwest quarter of north ernmost corner of Lot 29 in r
high on the Feb-
uary list was the sale of 111
icres south of Graham for a
otal of $120,000. wR' W-D BRAND PORK SHOULDER SAVE W
Land sale values are deter-
ined from documentary tax
tamps affixed to deeds filedn SMOKED PICNICS
the county clerk's office in
he courthouse during the
onth. (WATER ADDED) j
43 transactions amounting Vr
o more than $1,000 each were i
ecorded: in February.
Jack M. Courtnay, Marilyn
Courtnay, J. Brooks Brown V
nd W. 'Ros Covey to Key- WHOLE food Stamps
tone Developers ot Bradford, tudhela1t
c.,. several parcels of land / eo
ing in Sec. 24-8-22 $200,000. Wino Di
Jack M. Courtnay, Marilyn
,. Courtnay, J. Brooks Brownd
[ W. Uos Covey to Key- rS'
one Club Utility Corpor- Quantity Rights
ion. Lot 3 of Block 3, except LB Reserved eEfF
uthwesterly 165 feet,of Key- WI INC... PEOP -

000. i _
W.H. Eddy to William B.
reels:85 acres In Sec. 32-7- f
and 26 acres in Sec. 29-7-21, :
t of SR-225 and south of GROUND BEEF LEG-0-LAMB ROAST
,-18 near Graham, $120,000.
arter Construction of
llahassee. Inc. to Mack M. NO I ADDITIVES
ae and Allegra L. McRae, y
reel of land in the southt -
quarter of Sec. 8-6-22, V
t of SR-16, $37,500.eve WHEN 39
Whitehead to Charles YOU PURCHASE $
airchild and Sally R. Faira 88s
10-LB. PKG.
parcel of land in the
t three quarters of the
thwest quarter of the 5 8
west quarter of Sec. 27-6- LB. i
orth of SR-230, $30,000. ,
land P. Knepper andH.
arren and Betty N.en IB. LB.

ue, Lot In Crystal 45 on Cypress Lake Chuck Steak. L1. 98C !

sites, 25700. _
uline Torode to Floyd
,\,? LoU49,50,63 and 64 in Sec. 15- Talmage ChickenFRANKS

'5.2p2. ,containing. 40 acres, RIB ROAST TUNA FISH

iV John Diggs to John C. Smith ,
and Bertha Mae Smith, a par- -
of land in southeast' quar- 4nua, '{I t>;, I', }Imit44: ?)!jtJh"'rt, 0i:pr more_ purchase. : _excluding cigarette! "* ,1
bf Block 1'tiorw; Range 2 ,
Itd'/ I" J
t of Simon JTemple'uubision -

$19,200..ussell Yarbrough. and r I-Z CARVI .,
nne 'Yarbrough to James OVEN RIADY
ner Jones and Betty Jean $
s, Lot 24 of Block A ofress otoBEER

Beach Franklin$19,000.Williford MIIWA0111 0 38t::
d Helen A. Williford to
elyn C. Guinn, a ten acre 39 I
reel of land in Sec. 10-6-22,
6500. 11.1R. :
6 12 Oz.
Raymond Art Hancock and 1TL/, 6T/ -os.

ayle yla S.Williams Hancock and to Marlene Joseph I LB. DeroslT rlus Pkg CAN

rchick Lot 36 in Block 3 of A
.N. Dowling's Addition town ]611 _
of Slarke $12,400.

Charles nee J. Nolle Nolle to Valmah and Con-L. Pork Roast . LI.89C Short Ribs . L': 79C Instant Coffee ''Sr $1 168 Oranges . 2 :lB S $1 1
archer and Imogene R. Facer -
Lot 20
idge; Unit No. 2, $12,000. Pork Steaks L' 99C Fried Chicken 2 & $1" Powdered Milk I 2 OT. 379 Lettuce . LI.25c
Lawrence Erhard to St.

st reel of US-301 of land,south in Sec.of Starke 7-7-22,, Bologna . :1,2 : 89C Fryer Backs LI.19c Vegetables 10 CANS' $1 Potatoes 10 a:a 69C

Leaton U, Morgan and Cheddar Drinks 2Ni: $1 99C
arie M. Morgan to William Cheese LI. $129 Sausage . Vftn09: Fruit : Orange Juice 3 CANS

ibby, a ten acre parcel of Delmonicos $239 Corned Beef Is..' 88c :JAI99c; Pizza "Ma"99C '
nd In Sec. 4- -22, north of SR- .I .Nl.Mi: LI. CAN Mayonnaise Sausage '


or The L.Ott Ownbey Corporation and Vera to Hec-E. Shoulder Roast. LB. $139 Dinners . 4 %;:, $100 Family Bread 3 LOA s. $1 Potatoes . 4 V5;'L1. $1 1 I

nbey, Lot 10 of Seminole
Idge Unit No. 7, 9000.


ae Bell Reid, a parcel of KERNEL CORN OR CHICKEN, TURKEY OR BEEF '
and in Sec. 276.21, near t
mpson Lake $8,600. .
Walters and Shirley J. Walters Limit 2 with $7.5O er mare purchase excluding' cigarette. ,
Lots 1,3 and 4 of one-half
Block 2'in Lawtey, west of
railroad,in Sec.23-5-22. 8500. $
Willie Brown and Louiza
Brown to Izell Montgomeryand
Zellouise Montgomery, 3
Lot U ,of Block 1 of Nat 38 ..... 8858z.
Williams subdivision of the CANS
City of Starke 8400.
Myrtle H. McKinney to
Robert E. Ritz and Ann P. HALF ----------- .
Ritz,Lot 13 and South onehalfof GALLON
Lot 12 of Block 25, Livingston L
Truby and Company's I PILLSBURY FLOUR I
Addition to Starke, 8000.
Sue M.' Bertine to Robert R. na. 5 POUND 6 8 C '"II
Sikes and Janet E. Sikes, Lot COUPON
Unit n. $8,000.Myrtle LI t.----e1awBIIIL-t.--------alllallf
H. McKinney to J.L.
Goodman and Mabel Good- Limit 4 with$7,10.r mere purchase. excluding cigarette_ LIPTON FAMILY SIZE

man,Lot 11 and north onehalfof
Lot 12 of Block 25, Livingston. -
Truby and Company's TEA BAGS
Addition to Starke $7,500.
'Annie. Hudson to Hermia
Sherman, a parcel of land in .
Sec. 25-3-22, south of Lawtey 416z.I i
and west of SR-225, 7000. 10
Albert J. Newman Jr. to
E.M.Lewis,a pl'rcelofland in 24-CT: : ,
the north half of the southeast PKG' TARS
the southwest quarter ,
of Sec. 32-6-22, 8600. s..
Owen D. Blucher and Jeffrey
Lynn Blucher to Thomas'

.Sec.Ray,000.i Sutton 2-8-22, ,.'a west parcel of of SR-100 land/in, ',0W JfiJlfJDD(! [ ( fIWJQLG(!J ( ._


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--------- L agah. Leg .I2' --- Legals! ,---------- AREA NEWS
I -------------------- --------------- 1 HAMPTON I

FOIIIa lilt
NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT serve a copy of your written 7H31C182737 Bradford County, Florida, Intends A' portion of a graded road Itl) Jnhephlne"

f 4 weeks after this date April INVITATION TO BID objections or defenses If any, As the property of the above to register said fictitious running from the East to the Leslie Brown led the parade of

24, 1975, no claims will be Sealed bids will be received by on petitioner's attorney, MyronC. named defendant and that on name under the provisions of West and North of Hope Baptist SCHOOL NEWS Tour the Hampton team to the

honored against the estate of. The Board of County Commissioners Prevatt, Jr., .P. O. Box 634, Monday, the 5th day of May, aforesaid statute. Church a distance of appro- The Mini-Olympics Rick athletic field as flag bearer for
Walter T. Smith. Florida 1975, at twelve o'clock Noon on John Curies, sole owner. ximately 300 feet, all lying and nament organized by
Keystone Heights, his
Bradford group. .
M\o\ R. Smith Florida at, the Commission County, 32656, on or before May 5, 1975, said day on the premises of the Dated this 21st day of April, being in Section 35, Township 7 Ezzell physical education held at Kindergarten students
I Box 156 Meeting Room, Bradford and file the original with the Bradford County Jail, I will offer A. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. South, Range 22 East, Bradford. instructor, was Schoolon participating in running broad

Lawtey, Fla.32068 County Courthouse, Starke, Clerk of this Court either' before for sale and sell to the highest 4/24 4tchg 5/15/ County, Florida. Brooker Elementary jump, javelin and wrestlingwere
4/244tp 5/15 cash in hand the All interested March 28 Kindergartner
for parties
bidder may
Florida, up to 10 a.m. E.D.T. on serve on petitioner's attorney or --------------. : Wendy Todd 1st place;
of said and be heard at the time
-------------- May 1, 1975 at which time and immediately thereafter; other- above described property appear Stephanie Cubbedge, 2nd;
satisfy the afore- and place above specified.
the relief the defendant to Kirk Williams 3rd
wise sought by
f FOR place all bids received will be ; Craig
said Execution. Dated this 21st day of April,
petition be granted. Price 2nd. :
opened and read aloud may ,
WITNESS hand and seal First Graders Melissa
FLORIDA for furnishing of all materials and my FORD COUNTY. CERTIFICATIONThe
75Circuit Civil labor and construction: of the Court this 3rd day of April, Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Williams, 3rd; Amy Clark,
t BRADFORD COUNTY PUB- 1975. Bradford County, Florida Board of Co. Comm. U. %. Environmental Protection 4th; Randall Glisson, 3rd,
4/1041 51NOTICE CASE NO.75-7 Bradford County, Rorida Agency proposes to lieu
LIC LIBRARY FOR THE BOARDOF Stephen Sheppard, 4th.
RANDOLPH LANTON and Notional Pollutant Discharge Eli
Ruby Williams
PEGGY BARKER -------------- MARIE L. BAUGESS, Plaintiff, Clerk of Said Board
SIONERS BRADFORD CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT to the tacllltlel lined below for Sherwin. 1st; Lisa Van Eek
v ,fe, Plaintiffs, vs OF INTENTIONTO vs. HAZEL PHIFER, Defendant. 1t 4124 existing, / dlictiargai from their
SLADE and LULA SLADE, his COUNTY, FLORIDA, STARKE, COURT REGISTER treatment plants (SIC 3rd; Timmy Nugent, 3rd;
----------- sewerage
( wife, et al., Defendants.NOTICEOFACTION. FLORIDA By: Beulah M Moody FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF SALE 451) The dlichargei all enter receiving Shane Slepleton, 4th.
Any bid received after specified Deputy Clerk REGISTRATION OF stream which are cla..lll..l Third Graders: Mary Ann

time and date will not be 41104t511 Pursuant to Section 865-09 Public notice is hereby given FICTITIOUS NAMES and for recreation management and for of propagation fifth and Parmenter, 3rd; Joy Nugent,

:' ToArt: Ramsey & considered -------------- Florida Statutes, notice Is here- that pursuant to and in stfcct wildlife 4th; Oscar Estes, 3rd; Brad
B. Ramsey Each bid must be accom We the undersigned, being Russell, 4th.Fourth .
Shirley IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF by given that the undersigned accordance with the final Judg-
P. 0 Box 358 paned by certified check, cash FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Carolyn Brown and Herbert ment( Foreclosure of Article of duly sworn, do 'hereby declare Department 1. The Broward Sroward County Utilities County Graders: Patty

Waldo Florida 32694 ier's check or bid bond In in this under oath that the names of all Sherwin 1S t'; Karen Helle.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- Wainwright, Route 2, Box 142E, Agreement entered causeon Courthouse, 101 S B eth Street Fort
r and amount of at least 5% of base FORD COUNTY, Starke, Bradford County, April 21, 1975, the undersigned persons interested in the business Lauderdale. Florida 33901 lor II.Brow.rd 1 14th; Darell Voungblood, 3rd;

W. C. Barker & bid, as guarantee that bidder, if IN PROBATE Florida, 32091, doing business as Clerk of said Court, or profession carried on County Treatment North R..lo"o'W..I.w..r Plant', Michael Carroll. 4th

.. Barker, he wife awarded contract, will, within under the name of Bradford Fuelat Fifth Graders: Cindy
CASE NO. 75-106-CP uritier the firm name of "MORN will on the 5th day of May, A D. Appllcatle Application No.
7142 Cavaliers ten consecutive calendar days ING SUN HEALTH FOODS", 1975, sell the following 308 South Thompson Street, FL003I77I. On* entiling, discharge Alderman, 2nd; Doll Waters,

Colorado Springs, Colo. after written notice being givenof 865 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, described real property situate in P. O. Box 1209, Starke, Rorida enter the Atlantic Ocean 3rd; Monty Moore, 1st; James
In The Estate of THOMAS A.
80911 such award, enter into written re-: Florida Intends Bradford Rorida to- and the extent of the interest of 2. The City of Jacksonville Bach Curtis, 3rd
Bradford County County, ,
CRAWFORD, deceased. P.O Box I13I',Jacksonville Beech.
ARE NOTIFIED that contract with The Board of each Is follows Sixth Graders: Debbie
YOU an to register said fictitious wit: as : Florida 122SO, for Its Jacksonville
action to partition the following County Commissioners, Bradford name under the provisions of Beach Pollution Control Plant Parmenter, 1st; Kim Buhler.

property in Bradford County, County, Florida, In accord NOTICE TO CREDITORS aforesaid statute. PARCEL 1: One acre squareon Name Extent of Int. Application No FL002021I Oneessting 3rd; Kenny Clark, 1st and
All creditors of the estate of enter Son Pablo
Fonda: The N Vi of the NE54 of with accepted bid and give con CRAWFORD Carolyn Brown and Herbert North side of SE% of NWJi Creek discharge Larry Stone, 2nd. ,

Section 23, Twp. 7 S., Rge. 21 tract performance and payment THOMAS A. Wainwright owners. of an adjoining road lying in Freeman Register, Jr. 20%{, 1. The City of ".rk., City Hell The final event was a tug-of-

I E., containing 80 acres M.O.L, bond with bonding company deceased, are hereby notified Dated this 7th day of April l, A. Section 26, Township 7 South, Freeman Register, III 20% Starke, Florida J20 l, for Its Municipal war contest. After all scores
file claims
lying and being situate (In meeting requirements set forthIn and demands required which to they any have or D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. Range 22 East, SAVE AND Michael Bach 20%{, Application' Sewerage No Treatment...L002..".Plent.One were tallied, Hampton
Bradford County Florida has these specifications to said 4/10 4tp 5/1 -' EXCEPTING THEREFROM, Larry Crawford 20% existing, discharge enter Alllgttor Elementary was found .to

been filed against you and you owner, in amount equal to 100()(%! against said estate in the officeof Commence at the Intersection of J.G. Holton 20{, Creek come out on top by a slight

are required to serve a copy of of contract price. the Circuit Judge of Bradford -------------- the North boundary of SE% of /Freeman Register, Jr. The proposed NPDES permit contains margin. Lucy Hodges assisted

your' written defenses, if any, to No bidder may withdraw his County, Florida, in the court- IITHE: CIRCUIT COURT-OF NW4 of Section 26, Township /Freeman Register, III pollutants limitation allowed on to the be amounts dischargedand of Mr. Ezzell and Brooker officials

it on William W. Wilhelm bid for period of 30 days after house at Starke, Florida, within FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL 7 South, Range 22 East, Brad- /Michael Bach was dratted In accordance with in keeping score.

plaintiffs' attorney, whose date set for opening thereof.All four ((4)) calendar months from CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- ford County, Florida, and the Isl J. G. Holton the provisions of the If71 Amendments Monday, April 28, is a

address is 311 South Missouri work shall be done in the date of the first publicationof FORD COUNTY. right of line of /s/ Larry L. Crawford to the Federal water. scheduled Teacher Planning
Easterly way
this notice. Each claim or Pollution Control' Act IP.L<(< n too)
Avenue Clearwater, R 33516, accord with specifications therefore students need
plans IN PROBATE State Road No. 100 and run and other lawful standards and Day; ,
,: on or before May 5, 1975, and and contract documents relative demand must be In writing and CASE NO. 75-107-CP thence South 18 degrees, 35 Sworn to and subscribed this regulations The pollutant limitation not report to school that day

file the original with the clerk of thereto as prepared by Moore, must state the place of residence minutes, 30 seconds East, along 10th day of April, A. D. 1975 and other permit condition

I tno court either' before service May and Harrington, Architects, and post office address of the In reThe: Estate of CHARLIE M. said right of way line, 210 feet, 4/244tchg 5/15 are Irom tentative the public.and open to comment FRIENDS A NEIGHBORS

on plaintiffs' attorney or imme- Inc., Palatka, Florida. Plans, claimant and must be sworn to GASKINS, a/k/a C. M. GAS- thence North 89 degrees, 16 .-------------- Persona wishing to comment uponor Rev. Preston Perry of

dately thereafter; otherwise a specifications and contract by the claimant, his agent, or his KINS, deceased. minutes, 30 seconds East 77 feet oblect to p.rmllilluo"c.or to theproposed Hampton, and Deacon

default will be entered againstyou documents may be examined atClerk's attorney, or it will become void the point of beginning thence NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR permit limitations and Lorenzo Wells of Gainesville
for the relief demanded in Office in Bradford according to law. TAX DEED conditions are Invited to submit attended the General
NOTICE OF PROBATETO continue North 89 degrees, 16 ..m.'n' writing within thirty' days of Baptist
the complaint or petition.. County Courthouse, Starke, April 7, 1975.JEWELLE. ALL PERSONS INTER- minutes 30 seconds East, 133 the dote of this notice to the Enforcement State Convention at Pen-

WITNESS my hend and the Florida, or at office of architect ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF feet thence North 18 degrees NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Division' U. S. Environmental sacola
seal of this Court on March 31, at 108 N. Palm Avenue, Palatka, H. CRAWFORD SAID DECEDENT: 35 minutes 30 seconds West 38 that Albert Thomas the holder of Protection Agency U3I .Mr. and Mrs. William
certificates has Peachtree Street. NE, Atlanta,
Administratrix of the Estate the following
1975. Florida :32077. You are hereby notified that a feet, thence South 72 degrees, Georgia' 1030, ATTNt Mona E. Schaub were weekend guestsof
Thomas A. Crawford filed said certificates for tax
of a
Two of and Ellison The number Mr. and Mrs. W Fontaine.
sets plans con- written Instrument purporting to 21 minutes, 12 seconds West, application
Gilbert S. Brown deceased deed to be issued thereon. The and.or NPDES number should be
documents and forms for
tract be the Last Will and Testamentof feet the of
126.62 to point .
and of Included In the first of comments
4/10 4t 5/1 certificate numbers page
Clerk(of the Court bidding may be secured by said decedent has been beginning. years CRAFT CLASSESThe

By: Beulah M. Moody general contractors only, from -------------. admitted to probate in this issuance, the description of the All comments received' within the Wednesday afternoon

Deputy Clerk office of architect, by depositing IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF court. You are hereby com- PARCEL Commence: at the property, and the names in 30 day period will bo considered In. Craft Class members are

4/3 4t 4/24 therewith 5000. Deposit from FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL manded within four ((4)) calendar intersection of the North boundary which it was assessed are as the formulation regarding of the final permit detertnlnatlons Where learning to crochet and make

-------------- general contractors will be CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- months from the date of the first of SE% of NW%. of follows: 68 there I I. a ignlflcant. degree of different things in the craft

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF refunded upon submission of FORD COUNTY. publication of this notice .to Section 26, Township 7 South, Certificate No. 1973. public Interest In the proposed line. Meetings are held
Year of Issuance: ,
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL bona fide bid and return of said IN PROBATE appear in this Court and show Range 22 East, Bradford Description of Property: Com Administrator p.rmlll..u.ne.will the hold EPA a Regional public Wednesday afternoons from

CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR plans and contract documents, CASE NO. 75-107-CP cause, if any you can, why the County, Rorida, and the Easterly 353 ft. E. of NW Cor. of NE/ of heering 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. at the

BRADFORD COUNTY in good condition, within ten action of this Court in admitting right of way line of State Road After consideration of all written Hampton Recreation Center
225 ft. for P08
FLORIDA. days after date set for openingof Ir,re: The Estate of CHARLIE M. said Will to probate should not. No. 100 and run thence South .NE% and run S. comments and of the requirementsand and City Hall. All interested
106 ft S. 68 ft. E.
then W. in the Act and
run policies appropriate
bids. If general contractors GASKINS a/k/a C.M. stand unrevoked. are welcome to attend
18 degrees, 35 minutes, 30 105 h. N. to POB. Sec: 30, T-7- regulations, the EPA persons
Case No. 7577In desire more than two sets of GASKINS, deceased. seconds East along said right of S R.22E. Regional' Administrator will make .

plans and specifications, these R.A. Green way line, 210 feet to the point of determinations regarding permitissuance.
may be obtained by paying cost NOTICE CREDITORS CIRCUIT JUDGE thence continue Name In which assessed: Ver- If the determinations or..ubllon'olly SENIOR CITIZENSThe
Re: The Marriage of MARY G. beginning, J. Forsyth. unchanged from those
DAVENPORT, Wife, end of duplication, which will not be All creditors of the estate of 4/10 4t 5/1 South 18 degrees, 35 minutes, non All of said property being in announced by this notice. the EPA regular meeting of"

ROBERT W. DAVENPORT, refundable. CHARLIE M. GASKINS, a/k/a ------------- 30 seconds East along said rightof of Bradford State of Regional' Administrator will *o Hampton senior citizens was

Husband Subcontractors and material C.M. GASKINS, deceased, are way line, 22 feet, thence the County notify all .persons. submitting wrm.ncomm.nl. held on April 18 with 22
Florida. If the determinationsare
suppliers may purchase draw- hereby notified and required to NOTICEI North 72 degrees, 21 minutes, substantially changed the EPARegional members present. Mr.
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo ings and specificationsfrom'architect file any claims or demands I wilt not be responsible for 12 seconds East 73.30.. ; Unless such shall be redeemed or certificates Administrator will issue a Krieger reported on the

i by paying cost of' which they may'have against any debts made by anyone otfef r n thence South 89 degrees. 16 public notice Indicating' the revised meeting-or''\-'North'' Florida

: Robert W. DavenportYOU duplication and handling at rate said estate In the office of the than myself.i | minutes, 30 seconds West,: 77 described according in to such law the certificate property ot determinations, hearing Request may be filed for ediudicatory attar' Coalition of Senior Citizens,

of $1.00 per sheet for drawings Circuit Judge of Bradford -D. E. Boatwright feet to the point of beginning. certificates will be sold to the the Regional Administrator makers and plans were made to havea

ARE NOTIFIED that an and $10.00 per set for specifica County, Florida, in the court 4/17 4tp 6/8 bidder at the court the above described' determination pot-luck supper at the next

action for Dissolution of Mam- tions.Bidders'. house at Starke, Florida, within --------------. PARCELS' : Commence at the house highest door the 19th day of Additional.. information r..rdln.odludle.lo. meeting.
on hearing I I. available In
age has been filed, and you are qualifications must four ((4)) calendar months from IN THE CIRCUIT COURT intersection of the North boun- May 1975. 39 P.R. 17081 or by Contacting the The door prize was won by

required to serve a copy of your be satisfactory to The Board of the date of the first publicationof JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF dary of SE-/4 of NW/4 of Dated this 10th of Legal,Support Branch et the address Raleigh Brannen, and game
EIGHTH day April, .
defenses if it County Commissioners Bradford Each claim or 26 Township 7 South above or at 404 ,,. 350s. prizes went to Lucy
written any, to onpetitioner's this notice. FLORIDA !11\1\ AND FOR BRAD-'' Section 1975.
Additional details about the
attorney whose County, Florida. Owner demand must be in writing and FORD COUNTY. Range 22 East, Bradford Glbert S. Brown, and the proposed deter application McGunnigle Paul Krieger,

name and address if MYRON C. reserves right to waive (Informalities must slate the place of residenceand County, Florida and the Easterly Clerk mlnetions a sketch showing the Ruth Dennison, Rudy

PREVATT, JR., P.O. Box 634, in any bid and to accept any poet office address of the CIVIL ACTION right of way line of State Road By: Beulah M. Moody enact location of the discharge, and DeWaters, and Sue Brannen
bid they consider to be from be to additional Information on hearing The next will be
North 89
Keystone Heights Florida claimant and must sworn No. 100 and run thence meeting
75-113 Clerk of Circuit Courtof
procedure are available by writingor
32656, on or before the 4th day lowest responsible bidder and to by the claimant, his agent, or his degrees, 16 minutes, :30 seconds Bradford County, Rorida calling EPA A copy of the draft held May 2, with the pot luck

of May, 1975, and file the original reject any and all bids. attorney, or It will become void HOWARD O'NEAL WISEMAN, East along said North boundary, 4/244t 5/15 permit I also available from EPA. starting at 6:30: p.m.

with the clerk of this court according to law. 210 feet to the point of begin- The application comments
\ THE BOARD OF COUNTY a/k/a HOWARD O MONDAY, -------------- received, and other Information are
either before service on petitioners April 7th, 1975. Plaintiff, vs CAROLYN RUTH ning; thence continue North 89 available for review and copying at Smokty Says:

attorney or immediately COMMISSIONERS BRAD Defendant degrees, 16 minutes, :30 seconds JOINT PUBLIC NOTICE Room 305, 142t Peachtree street nTew ,'i I
thereafter; otherwise a judgment JIMMY East along said North boundary, U. S. Environmental Protection Georgia
will be entered for the relief : D. L. "Dave" Shuford, Executor of the Estate of 12 feet, thence South 14 Agency. Region' IV. of II:IS ..m. and430pm. Monday Z If FULL GROWINGi1IINGS
NOTICEOFSUIT- through Friday A copying machine
demanded the Petition. Chairman Charlie M. Gesklns,akaC.M. 47 minutes East, 175.70 Water enforcement Branch THAT NEED
in NO PROPERTY degrees, ,is available. for public use at a I'll P y ...
1421 Paechtree Street N.E
WITNESS my hand and the 4/10 3t 4/24 Gaskins, deceased feet; thence North 18 degrees, Atlanta Georgia, 10100 charge of 20 cents per page ''DommenON: !

seal of this Court on March 13, -------------- 4/10 4tchg 5/1 35 minutes, 30 seconds East, 404-S2e-S20l The Region IV Office' of the EPA
ToHoward O'Neal Wisemanco .
: has requested the Florida Department
1975. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Helen Horton 172 feet to the point of beginning of Pollution Control to certify /
--------- In conunctlon| with
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Spanish Fort, Alabama. that the above named applicants)
GILBERT. BROWN CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTIFIEDthat Florida' Department of will comply with Sections. 301 302
YOU ARE HEREBY 3D*. and 307 of the Federal,
Clerk Circuit Court EIGHTH JUDICIAL auction the Pollution Control
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA, at public to highest
for Dissolution of ,
an action Pollution Control' Act a* amended
By: Beulah M. Moody CASE NO. 7597IN CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD Marriage has been filed against bidder for cash at the East front 2541 executive Center Circle, Cast Comment on Issuance of certftica.
Montgomery Building
Deputy Clerk COUNTY. Howard O'Neal Wiseman door of the Bradford County Tallahassee. Florida, 12301 lion Including a request for a public n .A
I. 4/3 4t 4/24 RE: The Marriage of CASE NO. 7579CCIn you Courthouse In Starke Florida, 4-41-41(17 hearing, must be submitted to: Mr
and you are required to serve a Peter P. Ballet, executive Director, t
-------------- FRANCES CAROL MARKS copy of your written defenses, if during the legal hours of sale, to- Florida Deportment of Pollution r 1 1 1c1r
Public Notice No.7IPLOOM
KENNEY, Petitioner, and re: Estate of PEARUE STAR wit: between the hours of 11:00: Control, at the state agency address
NOTICE OF SEIZURE any to it, on the plaintiff's attor- April 2t, 107SNOTICE .
RICHARD LeROY KENNEY, Re- LING, deceased. A.M. and 1:00: P.M. same beinga above, within thirty' ((30)) days from k
and address is
AND NOTICE TO ney, whose name data of this public. notice.Fleas. .
SHOW CAUSETo spondent. Hon. George H. Fierce, P. O. legal sales day legal OP NATIONAL bring' the foregoing' to the M: aeY

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, hours of sale. POLLUTANT DISCHARGE' attention' of person who you know Forts floor U fell of irewleiHiixts
: OWNERS. LIENHOLDERSAND NOTICE OF SUIT AH creditors of the estate of and file the original with the Dated this 21st day of April, ELIMINATION SYSTEMPERMIT will' .be Interested In tills matter thai seed protection! Its up to

ALL INTERESTED PAR ToRichard: LeRoy Kenney PEARUE STARLING, deceased, dark of the above styled court A. D. 1975. AND NOTICE OP It 4i24 you help pretest brat flmj

Muskegon, Michigan are hereby notified and requiredto
TIES on or before May 19, 1975:: - - - - - - - -
file claims or demands /SRuby V. Williamsfor
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED otherwise a judgment may be
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat which they may have against Clerk of the Circuit Court
for the relief
that the Sheriff of Bradford entered against you
an action for dissolution of said estate in the office) of the Bradford County, Florida
County will apply to The Honor demanded In the complaint or Revival I
marriage has been filed against Circuit judge of Bradford 1t 4/24
able Bzie S. Sanders, County petition. .
and Florida In the courthouse -------------
are required to County ,
you you the
WITNESS hand and
Court the 14th of my
Judge, on day
serve a copy of your written at Starke, Florida, within NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETI-- _
May, 1975 at 10:00: a.m. in the seal of said Court on April 17/ .
defenses, if any, to It on four calendar months from the 1975 TION FOR CLOSING AND : ?; m "
Bradford County Courthouse at .
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor date of the first publication of ABANDONMENT OF A p ./
Florida for Order of
Starke. an
h Petitioner, whose address is this notice. Each claim or Gilbert S Brown GRADED ROAD RUNNING 1Haag
Forfeiture as to the following
... 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box demand must be in writing and As dark of said Court EAST AND WEST, LYING

3 properties: 996. Starke, Florida, 32091. and must state the place of residence JUST NORTH OF HOPE BAP--
Beulah M.
1 f ((1)) 1965 2-door Ji/olkswagon\ By: MoodyAs
file the original with the Clerk of and post office address of the TIST CHURCH, ALL IN SEC--
Sedan, red color, the above-styled Court on or claimant and must be sworn to 4/24415/15 Deputy Clerk TION 35 TOWNSHIP 7 ? > '; breach

y IDM15701620, Tag72Ra. 10D- before May 12, 1975, otherwisea by the claimant his agent, or his SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, 1
t \ 23251 Owner: Valane A. Best judgment may be entered attorney, or It will become void COVERING A DISTANCE OF da\\ SOd'

Address Unknown; against you for the relief according to law. REGISTRATION OF 300 FEET, LYING AND SITU- s : Word

i 1 (12)) 2-door Volkswagen demanded In the Petition. This 7th day of. April. A.D. FICTITIOUS NAMES ATE IN BRADFORD COUNTY \ti\

I f. Sedan, grey in color, WITNESS my hand and the FLORIDA.TO .

f 4179225, Tag 172 Fla. 11D- seal of said Court on the 7th day 1975.Jennings We the undersigned, being

r. 3402 Owner: DA Focks. 999 of.April, 1975. StarlingCoAdmlntstrstor duly sworn, do hereby declare WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I

S.W. 16th Avenue Gainesville, under oath that the names of all
Florida; Morris You will take notice that In -
I GILBERT. BROWN Stating.CoAdministrator persons interested in the business !-
.. ((3)) 1 1968 2-door Ford Galazie CLERK OF SAID COURTBy or profession carried on accordance with the provisions .

500. white over green Louisiana : Donna M. Branson 4/1041 5/1 under the name of Happy Stopsat of Section' 336.09 through

f License 28X-902 Deputy Clerk 303 South Thompson Street, 336.12, Rorida Statutes, a public i.,

r' 4/104t 5/1 -------------- Starke hearing will be held by the
{I. 8U56Y117919, Owner P. O Box 1209. Florida,
',1 Unknown; .----MO**)*>---EBB>---a) NOTICE OF and the extent of the interest of Board of County Commissionersof
: ((4)) 1957 Chevrolet Station IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SHERIFFS SALE each, is as follows: Bradford County, Rorida, in Chapman

Wagon, brown and white in THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Notice .is hereby given that I I. the County Commissioners'Courtroom Pastor N. W. Baptist Church Miami Florida
of the Bradford
I, color. Tag 26W4623, ID V- IN AND FOR BRADFORD Delphi E Reddish, as sheriff of Name Extent of Int. ,

r B57A139734 Owner: Ralph E. COUNTY, FLORIDA. Bradford County, Podia under Michael Bach 100% County Courthouse In Starke,

I Schwalm, Address Unknown; CASE NO. and by virtue of Writ of ExecutIon /Michael Bach Florida, on Monday, June 2,

.( Each interested party is to-w4t: Sworn to and subscribed this 1975 at 10:00: o'clock A.M. on a April 28 Thru May 4 7:30: NightlySong

required to file or appear to In Re- 'The Petition of RAYMOND Execution issued out of 8th day of April A.. D. 1975. Motion made by the County

show cause before this Court on H. BREEDLOVE. County Court of Bradford 4/244tchg 5/15 Commissioners and spread which was duly the Leader Joe Faulk Special Singing
the 14th day of May, 1975 at County, Florida pursuant to a -----------i ---
of said
10:00: a.m. In the County Courtin NOTICE OF ACTION Final Judgement for Raiford NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO minutes Board of of County s meeting Commissioners Nursery Provided

and for Bradford
County why Tet stone dbBogle'a REGISTER
i said property should not be for To:Charles Eugene Brock Plumbing of Storks, Florida and FJCTIT1OUSNAME held on October 22, 1974 and Pastor Leon Odom
recorded in Minute Book 11 at
feited pursuant to Florida law. Residence Unknown against Mildred Copeland, "

WITNESS my hand end seal. defendant In the amount of Pursuant to Section 86609 Page 463. requesting that said

: this 1st day of Apr*, 1975. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the .'25.00 together with costs of Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby hereinafter Board doss described and abandon portion the-of
( ebav.-n msd Petitioner, RAYMOND colactjon. given that the undersignedJohn and and Grace Baptist

Dolph E. Reddish H. BREEDLOVE .has Have seized and haw In my Curias, 742 N. Church county road, renounce of Bradford ,

Sheriff of Bradford County fled a petition In the Eboveely4d possession the) following disclaim any right
i Street Starke Florida :32091
t t Florida and the publicIn
i iII 4/10 5/1 Court for the adoption of descrtoed personal property, to- doing IIua"under" the firm County and ,to the land, lying within 100-A Griffis Loop Starke
: the minor children named In the wit:

-______,, petition.You am commended to 1987 Ford Vdoor, K> No. 304 nsmsof East"SUZUKI Call Street OF STARKE", Starks bring sski portion described of as. graded follows:road &4&*&* &1& & & &i & & & & & & & & & & & & &* & 0"Ki


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CLASSIFIED AU RATES; For Sale MiscellaneousWILL For Rent Real Estate k Real Estate
: pocket knives
"IIlIill" for now at Oahmers Discount. away mixed breed
Tuesday Noon Insertion tfchg puppies 5 weeks old, 2 left. trailer park, $30 monthly. 468- N ,' now liuvc o fulltimi'/ <' 01'1'1/-; ( REDUCED RATES
|prcec11ing| Call 964-8149 after 6 p.m. 1tp 1338. 1tp O Tlmrsila.t Ix-fore publication. nr"ds.Call AUTO FIRE,
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FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.*, FREE: Oil filter with purchase of FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile DOYLE E.
Minimum i Chin' > 1.MHI:! 9x12
KI Linoleum $8.98. Also oil change. All American cars home. 964-8245 or 9645690.1tp c42lAirt Cfearsorl Badcocks INSURANCE AGENCY
< <'\'fix' \\oids: ) 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. V. 9645289BRASINGTON
I':.It'll UOMlll\'.>|. |IS: Hundreds to choose from & some Foreign. Good thru REAL ESTATE LOW RA TE MOBILE HOME
Saturday 4/26. Coastal Oil ------------

1111"11111 Dahmers--- -.,Discount.;?. tfchg. Co. 190 E. Main St., Lake FOR RENT: Small 3 bedroom .cvt '''UT.v L'YTfr ILYI rrtuillcrjarRJEMTY INSURANCECHG
All l.issilii-il. Ails! must In- : -- Butler, Ra. Itchg.ALCOHOLICS .' house, air conditioned, LR .

(pn111u1' in ulh once unlissou' FOR SALE: 15 ft. fisherman, ------------ carpeted, large yard, $125 2 BR frame'' home in Starke JIMMY MOORE'S'Sun
I .\1HI.I.U'-OI.IISMOHII.K': 1;:
brand month. Approx. 2 miles
hate an i-sl.iltlislinl. iiri"limit; new factory discount on $9,500.
\\ IIh the '1''Ie.ItI'IIIh.|> In lli.ilixinl $310. Call McVay Enterprises, ANONYMOUS. SR-16 W. Ph. 964-7015. 1tp si.issiitici: : ; SportsMORE

ill: cuts earn ili.irjrclor 373-9972, 4/17 4tchg 5/8 The only requirement for ------------ l''mMlr('lii>n III'l'l sfill'uis

hillint: :'responsible; for ------------ membership is a DESIRE! to 2 BR CB home, cent heat/air, 'I'lk1I1I1I tail iliac I'riitlrs2IIUI BOAT FOR
fi I.iirs Due ghee| till stop drinking. Ph. 964 7959 FOR RENT: Clean 3 room apartment newly painted nice lot, ': VU l.llli: :.I7S-.1HII, : : YOUR MONEY TF
| over FOR SALE: 38 Snub 9647619 partly furnished. 1 19200. $28,000- KINGSLEY LAKE Cot
or" ulii-n is I nose fiand or 9645148. 1/2 G.1I\Irl: 11.1.1'. : STARKE PH 964-5791
1.1.| n |1'.\ not
ril .mil gun $55.22 hand guns $24.95, 13 TP-6/26 child, no pets. 403 N. WalnutSt. tage 2 BR, large kitchen with
> linmnlil to tin
l\l of-
/ 25 1tp 60 with 3 BR DR
liw. automatic guns from - - -- acres house & eating area, separate LR COMPLETE OUTBOARD ft
4995. Dahmers Discount. ------------ approx. 250 cords of standing front & back porch..deck..plusa
LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast pine Lawtey $892 per acre. long dock (less than 3 years Davidson STERN DRIVE SERVICE
with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. FOR RENT 12' wide mobile old) all completely furnished... AND REPAIR
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REDUCE Excess Fluids with homes outsuli'' city limits. J B Mobile Home Park COMPLETE
3 adjoining 5 acre tracts $2,000per excellent location! FIBERGLASS
X-Pal, $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/6 White. Ph. 004) 6114 tfchcj .:.... ,
acre terms. - REPAIR
r FOR SALE l tfchgEAt ... In City Limits
: 15tchg 6/12.... --------- .---- $15,000 LITTLE LAKE SANTAFE CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS -
SERVICE -----.... ------ FOR RENT: Lovely 2 BR Mobile 62.7 acres Hampton Theressa undeveloped lot with 75 feet FISHING BOATS

Home on 301. Walking dis- area $880 per acre.LAWTET. I on water, approx. 400 feet deep. $30 Per Mo.

FOR'SALE: Do ft yourself 12 by tance to shopping Center & With down payment owner will

12 inch tile,with stick on back AUTOMOBILESUSED down town area. Responsible Fit. finance..Beautiful trees and our Walk To New .

now at Dahmer's Discount. HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of middle age couple only. No Vi\ 78238O6 very best fishing Shopping Center AVONTOIHERSCUECaught-

2/+1 26tchg 8/25 arts and crafts. Also guar- pets. See at Jo Lu Motel & f muro, wlni t .r:" City, Gas Water & Sewer

------------ anteed stereo repair. 118 Mobile Home Park. tfchg LAKE HAMPTON OAKS..Re-
Court. Ph. 9647329. ------------ stricted 1 1/2 lots Lake
FOR SALE: Pot plants, orchids 1tchg. acre on On 301 South Up In A Lay-Off? Save
& other flowers including ------------ FOR SALE: 1969 O ev. automatic Hampton and 1 to 2 acre buildIng Your Budget By Selling Our

prize winning daylilies, rea- MOBILE HOME new sticker, new parts, MUL TIPLELISTINGS sites..a new subdivision on Jolu Motel Famous Products. Call Loma

sonable prices. FRED'S FLO- hiiino MOVING AKniobilu .. runs good. $400 or best offer t REAL ESTATEUNITED 1 301 South. Clyatt at 755(0/31) or write P. O.
WERS AND POT PLANTS, luuricann ,m 964-5612. Itp - 964-8810 Box 5127, Lake City. Fla. 32055.
Chonni) tincl niohilo, hoinc, tout COMMERCIAL properties..one
1511 Call St. Ph. 9647840. ------------ .rf
LOdliiK: !) OIoI1'IIIIt.OIllE Homo 301 N and another 301 S..both '
4/172tp 4/24 Service U64! bi.G[l () lt 101) W FOR SALE:' 1968 Dodge PU, Over 250 Realtors and associates unique with innumerable possibilities $ SAYE.$
St.irke. rid. Ikhl| side boxes, radio, heater, new selling your property. .
FOR SALE: Reduce safe & fast tires, 82,000 miles, excel - -
with GoBese Tablets & E-Vap ------------ mech. cond. $695. Call 964- REGISTERED FARM AGENCY REAL 2 old houses on large lot $7,000 BROOKLYN LAKE..beautifulview..white FRED DAVIS Well Drilling

"water pills" ANDREWS 6061. tfchg.
PHARMACY, 356 W. : ------------ 2 Bedroom frame $9.250 home..with heat &
Sales, service, installation FAULKNER
Madison, Starke. 3/27 5tp 2" thru 6"
4/24 stereos, phono, reel-reel FOR SALE: 1966 Chevy PU, 964-5065 2 Bedroom frame $10,750 private. LITTLE RIDE CAN

------------ tapes, cassettes, radios. Work large utility body, ladder rack, - SAVE YOU A LOT" TF Fast Rotary
guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- new tires, 81,000 miles, excellent 3 BR CB Home, excellent GREEN COVE SPRING'"
FOR SALE: Sewing machine, 7329. Itchg. mechanical condition, condition. 25000. Nice size Crosby Lake, 2 BR $12,200 dock..white beach..comple.elyurnished Drilling Equipment
potted plants and odds & lot. 2 BR CB with cozy
ends. 544 W. Call St. Ph.964- ------------ $695. Call 964-6061. rfchg. Large 2 BR, % Acre $12,500 ireplace..heat & air. State Licensed
------------ Ceramic Tile
8198. Up NEW OPENING - -
------------ SALON, Special: .. 3 Bedroom, Cor. Lot $22,000 LAKE SANTA FE..Handsome FREE Vinyl ESTIMATES Tile I Pump I

FOR SALE: International farm shampoo & set, short hair 'A.J.Thomas, Realtor cypress & stone 2 story home 964-76J5

tractor with cultivator equipment $3.50, Long $4.50, thru Apr. HOUSES FOR SALE 621 N. Walnut St. Small farm Good 3 BR houseAll with two separate living quar- W. T, Lanev Tile Co. New
planter and disc. Ph. 30. N. 301 on Browns Road. Tel,9646162Very ters..either you complete con- Siarhe qsedSalesParts.Servics
782-3715. 1tp Ph.964-8474for appointment. ..... ',J size acreage struction or we will..also a surprise 4tp

-_---------- Up clean and nice two bed- dividend..a cottage to

FOR SALE:Diamond needles for --------- -- FOR SALE: 12 x 50 1969, 2 bed- room frame dwelling, 423 W. FRED SACKETT-REALTOR rent! E-Z TermsPlumbing
205 N.Temple(US-301): )
Center St., in Starke, fenced -
stereo, over 247 differentones room mobile home. $200
any SEWING MACHINES back Owner will 904/964-6522,468-1642 INVESTMENTS for the future...
repaired, yard. finance. AluminumSiding
we have them all. Dah- down & take up payments.
mere Discount. tfchg. all makes cleaned, oiled and 964.8310. It Building lots in Country dub I I
adjusted $7. Work guar High and dry lots suitable for Estates and Bessent Road.
------------ - -- -- --
anteed. James Strickland 964- homes Modular Homes and -. -

FOR SALE:. Like new Sportcraft 8733. tfchg.CHILD FOR SALE 4 bedroom house, 2 Mobile Homes, some with waterfront SWIMMINGPOOL..consider Aluminum N.ewJnstallatlonllJI'T1JJ.ig
oni'"' witt'l 50 HP*Meroo motor ft ..-.il---'_...-*...jj.ti..IMIBB bath, laige'lot.; near town on" Beautiful Hampton to "'*' /BYRON;' DUCEj'!; your --health,and .the health of fu jo a*wvfe.,1 '*t l j jt>tirt-na

trailer, 10 ft. Jon boat, worm CARE $25,500, $5,000 cash down. Lake. Financing available.- Reg. Real Estate Broker your.family..large heated pool SoffetRemodeling ? ,T
pans. Ph. 4734418. 1t BABYSIT- Call 964-6380 Starke or 376- .393 N. Temple Ave. Aiith all the trimmings..2 BR
TING: Any fenced Repairs
---- age yard.
------ with modern kitchen..also
5087 Gainesville. 11p Several 10 and 20 acre tracts 964-7700 .
FOR SALE: Washer, dryer, refri- $15 for one child, $25 for two. ----- ----- suitable for Farm Homes, also trailer...the price is right!

gerator, elec. stove, 2 door Call" 496-2628. 4/17 2tp 4/24 larger tracts if desired. House and 10 acres, Hampton -,- J
-freezer.. 964.5760.4/172tp ----------- FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 bath brick $22,500. ACREAGE..For farming, cattle | Durrance'|

4/24 BILL'S SAW SHOP home in Starke, carpet, or horses..plus a 5 BR home... Cement Work
:: Complete
-------- draperies, appliances See us for all Real l Estate completely & beautifully fur-
---- your
sharpening service, circular, cluded. Phone 473.2039 after 30 acres with good timber, Pump & Supply
hand road front. 4 miles N. of needs.LISTINGS nished...Have to see this offering -
FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records carbide chain. Mower 6 or weekends tfchg. paved
$4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 at blades hollow ground and Starke, tenns.Commercial to appreciate it.
------------ ._ FinancingAvailable Company
Dahmer's Discount. 2/27 balanced. Call 964-7509 or
26tchg 8/25 leave at Jackson Building FOR SALE: 2 bedroom home building, block con RENTALS NEEDEDCall SOMETHING SPECIAL..If you

------------ Supply, Starke or Keystone near Holiday Im, large lot struction, 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre Anytime desire "something special" in 864 N. Temple Ave
Heights.,tfchg. $4,900. Ph. 964-8746 after 6 land, 3 miles from Starke. VERNIE ODOM real estate..we will certainly try Starke
NEED a new Air Conditioner? Or p.m. Itchg. to find it for you..please, do not 9&4-858
--------- 364-5476
want to trade your old one in? ---- ----:...._-- 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber hesitate to give us a ring I 964.7061
Call 964-7701 Now. We will TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a Terms. Cecelia T.
FOR SALE 1973 two bedroom TerwillegarReg.
: Applean Brown
come out to your home and week, dozer work and drag- Real Estate Broker
mobile home. Completely fur- 964-7955 [B
give you a free estimate, plus line work. Call 468-1873, Star nished. No equity and 176 acres, Brooker area. Some 206 W. Madison Ave.
a free gift to the first 10 customers Rt. Hampton, .STEPHEN planted pines.. "
payments of $80.58 a month. MOBILE SALES
who call. So call now SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. RfAUORoffice9647776 -
496-2628. 4/17 2tp 4/24
g-r- and save. SAWYER SLADE ----------- 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Miles home 964-5145 HWY. 100 W. PH. 9645406CT i,, --.
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r;: !GAS. :: from Starke. Home sites only. ''l'r .01 R

------------ FOR SALE 12 65 Mobile l( '
: x Over 1300 Sq. Ft. on a big beau- ..c
FOR SALE: Used Gas and Electric home, take over payments. 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, tiful well landscaped lot. FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEAR
$50. 3 Call t WANTED j Inquire 964-7212. 4/17 4tp 5/8 N.W. of Starke Terms.
964-7701 ------------
or see them at Custom built Cabinets in Kitchen
George Roberts Real Estate
Sawyer Slade Gas. Hardwood floor in Dining Long Champ
964-7826 or 9646593tf TF
FOR SALE: 21,000 BTU air con- WANTED: Used chest or Room. 1
drawers, vanities, and beds - Home and
ditioner and heater$75 5 HPR used refrigerators. Dahmer's, r FOR RENT J .. Big Living! Room With W/W

Mini bike, $75. Ph. 782-3752. Discount, 9647923. 3/13 Automobiles, Used Carpet 3 Big Bedrooms AllAirconditioned {Building MaterialsWE } 431-1200
Stchg 51WANTED attached BUILD
FOR SALE: 17 ft. Cobla speed Steel Tripod TV Tower. ENTERPRISE
------------. FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom gar.ige.
boat, 65 Johnson engine with 53 Dodge pick-up, mechanicalA1 - YOUR PLANS OR OURS ACE
: Old auto license house, wall to wall carpets, ELECTRIC &
trailer 1200. 964-5621 after condition $350. Needs
paint On Church Street Close to
plates before 1950. Will pay dining, living and kitchen. YOUR LOT OR OURS PLUMBING
530.: Up job. .
Adults First and last Everything.Can
top dollar for Florida tags
------------ - FREE ESTIMATES
before 1925. P. O. Box 117, mo. rent, $90 per mo. Call 1 Ace Road P. O. BQx 86
FOR SALE Wildcat 8 after 3:30 before 8 964- 69 Ford-Wagon, Top luggage ; Be Bought For $22,800
: riding Gainesville, Alabama 36464. : a.m. REMODELING REPAIRS RAIFORD. FLORIDA 32083 v
with rebuilt
rack, factory ,
air Completely Furnished. Ready to
lawn in condi 7582.
mower, good 4/24 2tchg 5/1 REWIRED
engine Move In. Will Sell Unfurnished
tion.513 Hastings St. Ph. !964- ------------
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WANTED: Experienced babysitter FOR RENT: 2'bedroom trailer, '72 Pinto-Runabout, $1250. - -
-- ------ TRADED
3 days a week in Hampton. $80 per mo. Ph. 964-5161 after Good condition. FIRE ALARMS BURGLAR ALARMS

FOR SALE: Mattress & spring Write Debbie Hawkins, 5 p.m. 1tp - Call Bill Powell, 1 ACREAGE FOR SALE LIGHTNING ARRESTERS .,PLUMBING SERVICE

sets available. Double bed P. O. Box 41 Hampton or call ------------ 283 Chevy engine completely Broker 964-6853 24 Hf. Service .- Free Estimates
size.. Holiday Im of Starke, 964-8512. Itp rebuilt. Installation available. 9646464Sat.
FOR RENT Small frame house
301 North. 9647600. 4/24 ------------ : HWY 3O1 S STARKE TF PAT DICKENS OWNER
no pets, no children First & COUNTRY GARAGE
2tchg 5/1
&Sun. Call
last month rent, small security
------------ 964-7942
deposit. 9646680. 1tp 633-2206
FOR SALE Rebuilt G.E. Auto
MotorcyclesFOR ------------

t Washer. 2 speed with water t J ___ __ _____ ____
saver now only $89. See at

Sawyer Slade Gas or Call Now

964-7701. LA E OAKS" I

------------ four.SALE 8,000: 1973 miles.'A Honda Excellent 350- Country Garage! HAMPTON

FOR SALE: 1 only New G.E. Gas $1175
condition. Many extras
Dryer. Rag. $17995. Now FIRM. Call 964-6969. Itp Morgan Road Phone 9647942Lawn
only 107. Dent on Top. ....: Now Available
Come by and see at Sawyer
Slade Gas or Call 964-7701. STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 403 Spring Spsclals---
E. Can Street, Ph. 964-6020, "Restricted.
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FOR SALE: Travel trailer 17 ft. Your Authorized HODAKA Tune-Ups Disc Brakes I Motors Overhauled Lots...
completely self contained dealer tfchg.

w/shower, sleeps 6. Call 964- ------------ 6 Cyl $3851 Clutch Repair l'/i acre restricted lake lots. Come see'

6878 after 6,p.m. Itp $750 Labor 1 & 2 acre home sites covered with beautiful. _,
Parts &
Valve Jobs and pines just waiting for your new dream
FOR' SALE: 3/4 HP Demming I MISCELLANEOUS Plus Parts Extra For Turning Disc. .

convertable water pump $100, "TI

old 52 gal.refrigerator hot water$15.heater works$35. 8 Cyl Brake Jobs Front End on site Saturday & Sunday afternoon.; .

good 14 inch snow tires $40 WATSON'S I $1000 $5000 Rebuilding K.: EDWARDS, III & ASSOCIATES
Etc. 612 Washington St. Ph. HOUSE VACUUMS

964-6511.1W Plus Parts Drum Type REAL ESTATE BROKER .
------------ Many brands of new vacuums. '.

FILING CABINETS. Typewriter Used machines available. AGENT .

stands, desks, chairs, and Expert Repairs all makes. Mowvrm ".pal ..". '.
safes. W* can order them for Parts and Accessories for all KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

9841i.you. The Office Shop. Ph. vacuums.vacuum cleaning Built, systems.in central 712 Leaton (Buddy) Charles. Green ';:" ,

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BIC PENS. The Office Shop. 19
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SCHOOL NEWS Mrs. Virginia Lee, of
The Parent Volunteer be able to start school, so Keystone Heights,daughter of News
program got off to a great please check with the office Mrs. Alice Edwards, un- congregation of St. lives of members of the parish
start at the school last week, during the week of May 5, derwent surgery in North by Carolyn'Eaves I Mark's Episcopal Church, Starke.during its many years in
when five parents met for a even though you may not have Florida Regional Hospital 064-6812 Starke, will celebrate the All
training and orientation completed all requirements.A three weeks ago, and is on the Feast of St. Mark on Sunday, are cordially invited to
session and began working Planning Day has been set critical list. Mr. and Mrs. Janet Kimutis, Wanda April 27, with a special observance participate.The .
Monday, Apr. 14. for Monday, April 28. Zedra Hamilton visited her Hatfield and I attended the from 10:30: a.m. until .Lt .A:' .il'.A:!.
The following people are The School Advisory last Sunday.C. Annual Council Meeting of noon.
working now as volunteer Committee will meet M. Stallings of Sanford Gateway Girl Scout Council This year marks the 75th world has no such
instructors: Mrs. Bonnie Tuesday. Apr. 29 at 7:30: p.m. visited a while with Mrs. Eva last Thursday in Orange Park.It Anniversary of the bringing of flowers in any land
Rogers, Mrs. Virginia Crews, Classroom pictures will be Flarrell' while on his way to his was a rewarding experienceto St. Mark's Church buidling to And no such pearl in
Mrs. Betty Lynn, Mrs. Jean taken on Wednesday, Apr. 20. daughter's nome in see what we have accomplished Starke from Fairbanks, any
Hart, and Mrs. Bonnie Davis. Friday, Apr. 25 is the deadlinefor Gainesville last Saturday as a neighborhoodin Florida, In the year 1900. The gulf the sea,
afternoon.Mr. comparison with others. We history of the parish will be As any babe
These volunteers are working ordering pictures. Report : on any
with individual students under cards will be sent home to the and Mrs. Randall ;........: /.... have had a good year and thus highlighted this Sunday, and mother's knee.Swinburne.
the direction of a teacher to parents on Friday, May 2., Jordan of Theodore, Ala. /1. far year-end activities are particular thanksgivingsmade
helo students with basic skillsin visited their aunt, Mrs. Pearl :: shaping UD nicelv. Plans for for the dedication of the -
reading and math. Persons HEAD START Markey on April 10. She and ..it'm" cam outg! cookouts, ly-up l
who are interested in working APPLICATIONSApplications Mrs. Iva Douglas returned and bridging ceremonies are - - - -

us volunteers are asked to call for Head Start home with them and spent now being made.
the school office.SPELLING. Students can be obtained from about a week sightseeing and ; :-,"_ Cookie patches came last
Mrs. Mary! Mayben 4851738. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. week, those selling 100 boxesor \SUPER
BEE Children are required to be Bishop in Mobile, Ala. They Mrs. James R. Reddish Is shown pinning the gold cluster of over are from Cadette !
Davis Sparks was winner of four years old on or before were gone about a week and Major| on her husband Jimmy Reddish. Malor Reddish was Troop 520. They are Irene fAHAMSTERS
the School Spelling Bee held December 31, 1975. enjoyed their trip very much. promoted recently by the Florida National Guard. Wainwright, Patty Mullins,
recently, Deborah Green was Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Joyce Wainwright, Andrea "
first runner-up, and Lee Orion PERSONALSMrs. Hamilton had visiting them James Reddish Promoted MajorJames Eaves, Lynne Johns, and
was second runner-up. These Ada Robinson, of over the weekend his brother.J. Phyllis Sharpe. Also in the
three students competed in Lakeland, underwent surgeryin O. Hamilton, of New York, R. Reddish has been Cadette Troop selling 60 boxesor
the Countywide Spelling Bee a Winter Haven hospital on and his two sisters of Alter his separation from over were Cathy Cane,
held in Starke. Friday, Apr. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Palmetto, Mrs. Audrey promoted to Major and, has effectiveas active duty he returned to Carolyn Hines, Janice Saucer
of March 22, been
Edward (Dick) Kaulerson, Mitchell, and Mrs. I la Mae Florida National Guard and Catherine Schoening, and
REGISTRATIONFOR and Mrs. Gertie Jones, Mrs. Parrish. assigned to STS Batallion as served in the Starke Unit as a Robin Williams. Those in $
KINDERGARTEN Robinson's sister, were assistant Logistics Miami.Officer, platoon leader. Junior Trooo 614 were Tracy !lD
headquartered in EA.GOLD
r Kindergarten registration visiting them from Thursdayto Reddish was Company Hankerson, .Lisa Blakewood,
1 will be held Monday through Sunday and report that she Gospel Sing Set Reddish is one of seven sons Commander of Co. D Maint. Susan Alvarez, Lynn Loper,
Thursday, May 58, when the is doing very well. of Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Reddishof 53rd Spt. BN. from Jan. '72 to Dawn Schoening, Joy St.
school office will be open until Mark Crews celebrated his At Pine GroveA Starke. His brother Drew F. Aug. '74. During this time the John, Hope Jackson, and
6 p.m on Wednesday for eleventh birthday with a Reddish is Major and presently unit had very find I.G. Inspec- Carmen Eaves [: FISH
parents not able to come in hamburger fry given by his gospel sing is set Satur- assigned to the State tions and won numerous Congratulations.
during the regular school parents for the family and a day, April 26, at 7:30: p.m. at Arsenal in St Augustine. trophies.As -Carolyn Eaves
In order to register, a chidmust few friends on Saturday, Apr. Pine Grove Congregational Another brother, Michael of August'74 Reddish has
be five years old on or 12. Methodist Church in Raiford Reddish, is E-6 in the Special been assigned as Assistant
before Jan. 1, 1976. To com- Mrs. and Mrs. Paul D. Featured will be the Gospel Forces. All of the other Brigade Maint. Officer of the SEVENTH DAY 9C
plete registration, parents will Prescott were honored at a Revelators, the Frampton brothers have served in some unit headquartered in St. ADVENTIST CHURCH .
need to present a certificate of double birthday dinner givenby Family, and the Gospel capacity with the military. Petersburg. Saturday, Apr. 26-Sabbath
birth, a record of complete their daughters, Wanda Commuters. Reddish has successfully School, 9:30
immunizations and a and Kathy, at the home of the Everyone is invited to at- James Reddish joined the completed the Command and Church Service.: a.m."Life Morning at Its No Limit No Dealers Please

physical exam. The necessary latter last Sunday.Mrs. tend. Refreshments will be Guard on June I, 1954, in Co. B General Staff Course which is Best": Friday, Sunday
lorms may be picked) up at the Eva Harell has as served. 748th Ordnance BN. at Camp taught at Ft. Leavenworth, Wednesday
evenings at 7:30.:
Health Department office. puesls for a few days her Blanding.He Kansas which qualifies an There is still time to attend ten ITARKE ENTER
These requirements must cousins, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. was commissioned 2-Lt. officer through rank of nights and receive a gift Bible. .1Ii1
be completed before the child Edwards of Tampa. St. Mark's at University of Florida ROTCon General.In The church is located on '
January' I, 1959. Reportedto civilian life, Reddish Bethel Baptist Road, S230-A, 212 E. CALL ST.
eptscooM. Ft. Bern ;ng, Ga. and gra- works for the Division of Corrections one mile east of the hospital. PM. 964-7929 BY THE RAILROAD TRACKS
duated from Infantry Officer as Chief Classification Everyone is invited to all KATHLEEN & HARRY COLLIER OWNERS
ChurchChurch Leadership. Served on Active Supervisor at the Lake services.
duty with 2nd Infantry Divi- Butler Reception and Medical
wf last Jackion at.o.t. sion Platoon
as Leader. Center .

Mrs. Myrtice NicholsMrs. The Starke Civitans wish thank all

Thursday, April 24: 3:30: to
p.m., Brownie Troop No. 127; .
Myrtice Crosby
7:30: p.m., Senior Choir Prac- Nichols, 53, of Starke, died of contributors for their help in making the i

tice.Saturday cancer, Sunday morning,
: .:. April 26: 9 a.m., April 20, at her residence '
.,! 85th Annual Meeting of the a huge success.
"" ,. following a long Illness.
:'i.?(. Episcopal Churchwomen of
BornJrllfeenville Floridaon
: ';;. the Diocese of Florida, at Holy Listed those ir/io tribnteil *10
if.> Oct. 25, 1921, Mrs. Nichols are con or m ore I
,' : Trinity Church, Gainesville, ,
worked the Alachua
:, County
... Florida.
c :
,, ,;:.., ". .) ; Sunday, April 27: 8:30: a.m., Health Department as a clerical / lfvapii11CRv.cR Jim Temple Jim Wharton Keystone Henderson Sta. I
worker for
.". ( many years Green Auto Parts
; ; ""'); ,'. Holy Eucharist; 10:30: a.m., before to Harry Dick: Jones i
I"' transferring a
"" St. Mark's Day Celebration Holiday Inn Gulf
II Stumps Department Store
\ ', tc.. Starke agency several months
.... 'i' l Holy Eucharist. Jackson
';, before her illness. Building Supply Pinehurst
., ("r..l":"" Grocery
Monday,April 28: 3:30: ,
:f./! \ ';,'" '. -..'. Junior Choir Practice; p.m.4:30: Mrs. Nichols was a memberof Sunday: Sunday School, Barksdale Theatre Allen D. Clemons ,<:
".' .'. .: the First Baptist Church of 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship Eston Jordan
.. ; .
: : Brownie Troop No. 604 Charles J. Schaefer
.., : .... Starke,,She was the daughter'of 11 a.m.; Church Training "
) Tuesday, April 29s'3:30: Council JE. Hardy Auto Sales, __ New Method
: 5
the late Lee and Lillian Meeting p.m.; n" JfIf'o f.
.5 a
Btl'Wr p m Girl Scout Troop No. 614. *: Church Ray Norman
NO Crosby. Training, 6:15: p.m.; Dairy Queen ...'< wro '
RETURN BOTTLES ......-.}' Survivors include three Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. Sears Authorized Merchant Cooper's Nursery & Landscaping
.. Pleasant
Hope sons: Philip Nichols of Kings- Monday: Girl's Ensemble, Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Bradford County Telegraph
ley Lake, Mike Nichols of 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir Prac- Rosier -rl
Monuments &
RevivalThe I Nursery The Office
Put a sparkle in youisecretary's Gainesville, and Greg Nicholsof Shop
Tuesday Pierce &
Starke; three daughters: :: Junior Choir & George Dudley Hardy Carlwood Interiors
eyes 301 North Hope will hold Churchon Mrs. Janet Carter of Raiford, Handbells, 3:20: p.m.; Craft John and Nancy Bradley Motors
revival May 4. a Mrs. Patsy Lawson of Okee- Class, 7pm.Wednesday. Vernon Buff Garage Keystone Denmark Furniture Co.

Ireaher to lunch during International) Bro. Leslie Thomas, chobee, and Miss Colleen : Family Night United Farm Agency R.T. Lovorn Realtor Keystone
Nichols of Starke; two Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday
evangelist, from Glen Bradford Barber
Secretaries Week St. Shop John D. Brown
XO-16 School Workers
Mary, speaker.The brothers: Albert Lee Crosbyof Meeting,
Public is invited Starke and Lamar Crosbyof F.A., G.A., Acteens, World Bobby Johnson's Feed Store Zike's Nursery
CELEBRATE SECRETARY'S DAY attend. to Pompano; five sisters: Friends, Mission Friends,6:45: Employees of CUBB Baldwin Chev. Jim Lawson
Mrs. Madeline Jones of California p.m.; "Hour of Power," 7:30: Employees of Winn Dixie Bessie Griffith :
Mrs. Marise Banks Church Choir Practice,
p.m.; Employees of Eckards
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 First AssemblyOf and Mrs. Dorothy Hardy, bothof 8:15: p.m.Thursday. William E. : Gladys Sellers :
Pompano, Mrs. Louise Gayof : Visitation, 9:30: Neylans N.A.S. Jacksonville :
With Hillbilly Day At God Lake City and Mrs. Agnes a.m.; Music Makers Choir, Andrews Drugs Keystone ,
Ballard of Marianna, and four 3:20: p.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m. ,
Judy Florentine. Missionary granddaughters.Services .

Holiday Inn the First Evangelist Assembly, will speak of God at, in the First were Baptist held Tuesday Church .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..u..

corner of Brownlee and Wel- with Rev. Ben Bryant officiat- -
don Streets, on Sunday, April ing. In lieu of flowers, it has I .1
SPECIAL : Buffet 27 at 7 p.m. The public is in- been requested that contribu- .
Evening vited. tions be made to the First QUICK CASH .

6:00 Baptist Church or the Cancer .
: 9:00: PM
Pastor Charles 1
WhatleyWwm Fund. Burial was in Dedan "'
Cemetery with DeWitt C, WHEN YOU NEED ITHere's I.I
HORSE & SURRY RIDE'o1r Jones in charge of arrange- t"

FOR SECRETARIES !! So for the mother's sake the ments. .
l '
child was dear CommunityFlea How / =
4:00: to 7:00: P.M. And dearer was the motherfor !
the child. MarketSet

N. Temple Ave. Starke 964-7600 Samuel Taylor Coleridge Saturday = :T Turn Your Unwanted !

.IJ .IJ .IJ .IJ .IJ .IJ 1. yi.

Boy Scout Troop 105, spon- Items Into
sored by the Keystone Heights =
Rotary Club, will hold a Com-
munity Flea Market and Gar- !
1975 age Sale Saturday, May 3, Cash Through I
',I ( from 9 a.m.' to 3 p.m. at the
I Keystone Heights .
City Park!

I L o0 The Scouts will provide .
booths and a concession stand.

.' s Persons will interested be provided in participating space- Garage Sale i

\{ to display and sell. Scouts will
1 I accept 40 per cent of the pro-
ceeds as a donation. Reserva- The Telegraph Will Help You Do It For Only '200 '.
tions for booths can be made

OEJE QO tppp by Richardson calling at Mrs.473.3119.George We Will Run Your Sale Notice (Up To 30 Words One Time) =

I :. Everyone is encouraged to 1 Please Fill In This Form Telling What Your Garage Sale Will Offer
JI participate in the Community
., ry Available Flea Market and Garage Sale. Please Give Address.

f: p0c At 9 a.m. on Friday, May .
2nd, the Keystone Heights
Q If You Failed To Order Your Graduation Rotary Club will hold a raffle .
drawing for half a beef, cut,
Invitations and Cards Or If You Find wrapped, and frozen. The
drawing will be held at the
You Need More We Can Supply You. Keystone Heights City Hall 1
with all proceeds to go to Boy '
Scout Troop 105. .
Boy Scout Troop 105 boasts .
t 30 boys. The Troop Scout .
All Orders Must Be In By May 1st. leader Is George Richardson.The I ,

They Will Be Ready In Aboui 10 Days. money troop for is a working trip the week to raise of 1

June 21-28 to a private farm I I.

near Walnut, North Carolina, .
BRING YOUR ORDER IN which Is within 8 miles of the .
Appalachian Trail and Pisgah .
National Forest. Name Address Phone.
Scouts who
Bradford County have attained certain
Telegraph achievements during the past IXmmmmmm Pleas Run My Garage Sato Date Enclosed Is s2"H mm
twelve months of scouting are
eligible to go.
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April 24.1975 TELEGRAPH Page 15

Steve Simmons '

Is Released Union Students I Awarded. At StateTwo Walling Convicted'

From HospitalSteve students from Union Section of the American Darla Christopher, Benita I
County High School earned Forestry Association who pre Franklin Phillip Jenkln-,
Simmons, who special awards and were sented her with a plaque with Diana Nelson and Diane Yawr In Nov. Robbery
received a 7,200 volt shock recognized at the ceremonies her name, date and place all received Certificates of
while working on an air condi- Friday evening,April 11 in the engraved on it and a monetary Merit for oral presentation of T
tioner at Triest Construction Fletcher High School Auditor award of $100.00. their projects in the Florida Wayne Walling, 27, was they left a house in Lawtey
Co. on March 31, was released ium, Jacksonville Beach. Other winners in our Regionare State Talent Search. Phillip adjudged guilty and a presen- where the drinking started,
from Shands Teaching Hos- Terrie listed below by Regional Jenkins also received an all tence investigation ordered by until he woke up in Bradford
pital on April 15. received third freshman, director Marie Woodley. expense paid trip to NASA for mot Judge R.A. Green, Jr follow. County jail the next morning.
Simmons was on the job for and $10.00 a from Florida place award These listed students are from the next launching for his ing his conviction April 10 in Jo.arConnell: \ manager of
Brown Refrigeration and Air ciation of Garden Clubs Asso- Bradford County High School. project, "Ionic Propulsion." : r the November 6 robbery of a the robbed store, said he saw
Conditioning of Starke at the "The Use LI'l Champ convenience storeon the car, a dark blue Ford with
of Animal
time of the accident. By-Pro- US-301 in Starke. white top drive up in front of
According to Mrs. Brown, ducts in Plants.as a"Nutritional Stimuli Night Marshal Hired At Lawtey Two other men Oscar the store without lights lei
Steve is doing fine and feeling Laurie Schretz- Oliver, 50, and Grady Oliver, the older man out, and leave.
good. He is still an outpatient $10 mann.00 from junior, also received LAWTEY Charles D. cil, according to Marshal 19, had pleaded guilty on Oscar Oliver came in the
A at Shands, and will probably zation for the same organi- Carter, 27, of Lawtey has been M.M. Jordan. The new' mar March 12 to their parts in the store Connell: said laid a
\ need more skin grafts on his her project, "The named night marshal, a three shal went to work last Thurs- robbery. The older man was shotgun on the counter and
r hands, but otherwise is suffering Seeds.Biochemistry" Her of Germinating month position being federally day night. Jordan is hopefulthe k sentenced to 10 years in asked lor shells
{4 no ill effects from the acci- also hard work was funded through the Compre- city can retain the night prison; the younger one, When told the.store didn't
/ dent. recognized by the Florida hensive Employment and marshall! after the 90-day tem- Union Students Laurie Schretzman (left() and Terrie Dukes Grady Oliver, drew a five sell shells Oliver turned, as if
Training Act (CETA). porary training period ex (light() are pictured with !Mrs. Marie Woodley with their year term. leaving, then swung back
Marshal Carter, son of pires. awards won at the Florida State Science Fairreeently held in The three men bolstered by mound and pointed the gun at
4 I Now Owen Carter of the Lawtey Jacksonville Mrs. Woodley, Region Science Director, is several hours of beer-and- C'onnell, demanding cash
OpenTed's area, was one of six applicants Carter, a Vietnam veteran wearing an Orchid corsage presented to her by Union whiskey drinking hit on the from the register. "He said he
Carter was recom- is attending school and work- students; for 1't years of attending and sponsoring Union robbery plan at the suggestionof hilled to do it, but his wife was
mended to the city council at a ing with the city. students at Slate Science Fairs Walling, a Starke man who sick-dvmg. or something"
at the time, was manager of C'onnell said
special meeting last Thurs-
Shop day,April 17. The council una- Local Robb,cry Suspect Found In Miami another LI'I South Champ store on The younger men's plan to
Highway 100 Accordingto circle around and pick up
nimously approved hiring .. _
323 Brownlee St. 964-8988 Carter on a motion by Coun- STARKE One suspect in Buckley" 28, and-Jack- Watkins" Hospital in Gainesville on for Grady Oliver, Walling said Oscar ran into troubles as
cilwoman Barbara Jordan the April 1 robbery of two Hunter Jr. and took $200 in Iredlmenl. he knew where they could get they arrived back at the store
Lake residents has some money, and "suggested about the same time that a
seconded by Councilman Ben Hampton cash. The residents were also
A in which the suspected
Repairs Light or Heavy McCully. been arrested in Miami and is beaten I by the robbers. Buck- car hitting one of his stores customer Clarence Lee,
robbers were riding through because he knew the layout." drove for a sandwich, and
being returned to Starke by leysustained a broken nose, up
t t, Ornamental Designs Carter has completed all Bradford County deputies. cheek-bone and fracturedskull Starke, following the incident, After obtaining guns from Lt Lame Sibley of the City
\ i basic courses required by the Two suspects entered the in the incident. lie was was stopped on a traffic violation Walling's house, the three Police "Force came cruising
; state Police Standards Coun residence of Jerome Peter transported to Shands shortly after the robbery.the men drove to the Li'l 1 Champ south on :.101
L The suspects backed into store on Temple Ave. (US-301)) The elder Oliver had come
police car after stopping and where the two younger out of the store and had his
sped away. The car, bearing dropped the elder Oliver, who hand on the car door handle
-- Open Mon-Wed Maryland license plates, was later told investigators he was when Walling and the younger
I, 9 To 8Thurs abandoned not far away at a so drunk he didn't remember Oliver pulled olf "with tires
motel. anything between the time squalling" according (to
APRIL I Sat 9 To 9 Sibley, leaving Oscar "hold-
& Rccepted No Gimmick*< ing the bag"
: Sun 12 To 6
Sibley placed the older man
I under arrest charged with
g' i iaciitiw;; armed robbery and said he
lound $140 in the suspect's lelt
front) pockl't.While .

Q ttJJ family centers, VALUE -: JJ'U1(! ]! 0 Jl1130 $ Wayne the'store Oliver and he, saying Grady was; Siblev interrogatingOscar returned th.lth'n said that to

b they pulled up previously they
Ib o had seen a man come out with
FIVE MOTORCYCLES a gun and they had gone* to the
(!1 DD'I['!)POND SHOPBNp. U.S. 301 Starke Fla. DAYS .H C police station to report the
CENTER :74 Honda 750 73 Honda Moto Sport incident Grady Oliver at first

i.IJQW1S(!J Prices Good Thurs. Sun. April 24-27 73 Yamaha 750 73 Suzuki GT 750 rt guu Williams fictitious, Siblcv name.said Cornell but

4J further interrogation connected
N 69 Yamaha 350. "II both he and Walling
0IT 7 ,with the older man All three
Bo RnA7 a were placed under arrest l lSibley b>'
I Golden "T' Latex ,68 CHRY NEWPORT 68.GMC C & C 51II Sibley said that hc had seen

} WALL PAINT DOUBLE DUTY STRENGTH : 2 DR., RED WITH BLK. V.T., 4 SPD,:V'6, HD SPLIT RIMS :II town three*in men a i9611 driving or 'G9( \ blue around Ford!

FULL POWER. with a white* top earlier in theevening
'- c .,.. C $699 $999 a and later recognized
Smooth, limit, on '-L_
latin goal easilycleani ... a eE Willing us one of the three
with and
r Dries in up less than soap one waterr. 200, S.e, a While in' the store Oscar:
Decorator colors ---. '" "'" ratru. limit 2 E 69 DODGE VAN 69 BUICK WILDCAT HI Oliver ington had automatic a 12 gauge IliHI Rem shot.

Umiel fg LT BLUE, ONE.OWNER 6g CUSTOM 4 DR. HT., LOADED, gun. and Siblex. found a 20j
J -: ... m ., ONB OWNER gauge "over) and under" in the I )
t' 67 13 i' $100' C l,CYL; ; '"cut later und 11 .2":> iiilibteftiutomulic
Gallen $ tt-
2 Men, 88& 3 ,99 $1188 988 pislol stuck inV.tiling's

. MtNr ourNN She .. Cdas FOR 6.E L a belt

70 TORINO GT 70 TANDEM H City Patrolman


a 777 $677 mmg
e For Discharging

_, r ji DISPOSABLE LIGHTER e i'MC'i w "; 71 MAVERICK 71 GALAXIE 500 Firearms

t The dependable d.po.ablalighia.n, asst colors O Seou"o..n While 2 DR. GREEN. AT, 8 CYL. 4 DR. GOLD & WHITE, FULL IH '
..'::'.:3; ., g| 1 STARKE ( Patrolman
""" : L CLEAN Denton Dl''oe'has been
""" '
e a. $1666 f summoned to appear in
7" f'7 $1366 county court here next Thursday -
1wa1" II' EACH S Ct. 8 88'ou May\ I I. to answer charges
::':ewer 67 't' IMIT 2 .;r.r.O.OI of discharging lirearms.
p.eau.pkl. .Pgj.. Limit 2Iligs, .. 1. N 71 1.H. % TON 71 DATSUN 510 DeVoo. a three sear veteranon

:::I AUTO. TRANS., V-8, GOOD the city police force is
GREEN 2 DR AT 29000
| j named in an information
TRUCK MILES signed April 17 bv !Eugene !F.
I 1166 Shaw, assistant stales attorney -
: Bradford .
CLOROX : County Attorney

BleachAlways ruIuuu..1::: Waed.ilh 111.1.hems FawrDlna inter 1Jl..sPg...",.(....- =Mop-- luill.ln f. 72 VEGA WAGON 72 VEGAHATCHBACK C Shaw came said to 1londathl'his attention incident on

dOBS' '"item: Cleln'he.1, .. '.::' Squa..e FAC A/C, STD TRANS., JT April Itt No information
0bl Cal w.bre.lhl .,. :-:::.. wllh
good | y 8 Self.I'ropp"q' .5v X"X chomeB U R a H. sheets had been tiled bv (the
Site. Assorted' i BLUE AUTO TRANS., R 4 H. ((
CI.an.r .
Skin '. handb police department in (he case,

(I I I] L.r1: 1'.11"B"9"s n ID"17" 180.S"lIml'2I IFi, $1775 $1275 Shaw DeVoe said.was suspended for:JO

47 ; "". 14" N days by' Police* Chief Jimmy'
I ILimit2 B \\'n'lor "conduct unbecoming -
-- C. 72 CHEV / TON 72 DATSUN 1200 I: an officer" following a
0 79C. reported incident in the Re-no
77 5100 247'OUR 3 WHITE. LWB, AIR CONDo 2 DR, FASTBACK GOLD section of the city. Unofficial
CHOICE Ea. ,2 FOR b. 4 SPO reports were that a police officer
$1950 $1450 had been drinking off duty
and discharged a firearm
near The Apartments on Slt-16

s, "' Ornamental ?OGellan .;! 73 OlDS DELTA 73 DODGE POLARA !5;! west. '
S" <<:" ) <\ :; ALUMINUM FOIL Questioned by reporters at A
t ,' : 4 "' '? L'BORDER: TRASH L ROYALE 4 OR HT BRONZE the April 15 city commisson, 'l.
Z WITH BEIGE TOP. POWER BEIGE WITH MATCHING l| meeting. Chief Bowen said no
P i- .t.$: CAN 25'. .Ft Rolls D WINDOWS, AM-FM STEREO VINYL ROOF FULL POWER, f| charges had been filed in the
FENCE FAC. A/C incident because
FAC A/C shooting no
VAT r- $2800 $2500 written complaint had been
J .. !Metal, c
Attractive' Wrought' iron style cal .
ati -:-, ..., Mode ol ettra. durable, weather --- with 'lock 'lid. II' received from a witness to the
r -rr.'i," 'ar+w' .,,A-n y k:ri' -:siR"' resistnnt polystyiene "BuIHo." ; Ho'ds' 20 Ga'r incident
t..i:. .. I j/ ,' 74 FORD MAVERICK defended his
'y'- =-r :;: ---JI couplers for straight fencing' or 'ons.y I 74 GREMLINX1 Bowen hand
:-y:: tl "! rN.U' 17 cornets I ji ling of the matter us a
"' H. i I C FACTORY MACS A/C. PS..RED, 2 DR. R a H, AT PS "departmental'iolallon"
.t: K Limit z M RADIALS 8 CL FAC A/C IB.000 "DIE resulting in suspension of the
U t'Jf J
: 67' $2875 MILES ? officer for 30 days without pay 'i'
coun;; I 00 $2875 for "conduct unbecoming an 'i
wonly 7 limn4Al.I $1 L officer." ,.,;:
V I II Bowen declined to elaborate
-- I I FOR .. ,74 CHEV.VEGA on the reason for DcVoe's suspension -
ta. C/20. nor did he name
YELLOW STD TRANS RAH GOLD PS. PB. LWB ,. DeVoe in the discussion at city
hall. Chief Bowen in answerto

[-COUPON_J I I (l COUPON! I i [(COUPON !(I [COUPON i !I: L(COUPONYWMfll ," I ;''< [[COUPONjt(! / S SPECIAL $1775 15600 MILES i. $29751. he own a was reporter's mind not that convinced question the incident in, said his <,

had actually taken place. .: :)

a AC t 200 d.2Pr" F.Ie!hewn I i 4j 1 I I 3i4"a 10 Yd.,, d tail I i (r. I COMPOUND = ORIGINAL LIST 860O NOW $6500 a \
a'a 12' t !
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Page 16 l TELEGRAPH April%4.Ins ;

Jacksonville. Friends of Mrs. Luelle S. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor during the afternoon for a Harley, of Bushnell. I,
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, Tanner regret to learn that and girls visited the family get together.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. .K. L. Roberts, .A.
Church of God: Sunday Jr., and daughter and gran- she is a surgical patient in St. by Elizabeth Terry Jacksonville Zoo on Sunday and Mrs. Robert Lee and !Mr. and !Mrs Robert B. .;
School 10 a.m. Worship Services daughter, of Virginia, who is Vincents Hospital Barry Watts and Barry Lee. Mrs. B, K.. McC\ulleyand afternoon. were Saturday overnight Keith, of Jacksonville, spent
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE spending 2 weeks with her Jacksonville. Our prayers are Other guests were Mr, and David, were their Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Tye Jr., guests of their brother-in-law Tuesday with their in-laws,
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. parents in Gainesville, visitedthe with her Mrs. Glen Ray Alford and dinner quests. and family, of South Daytona, and sister !Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Tye Sr.
The church served dinneron Prcvatl's Parents, Mr. Don Peterson, of family, of Mayport Mr. and Mrs. Louise Duck, of were Sunday dinner guests of Larris Dubose, of Decatur, Friends of Mrs. II. C.
the ground after Morning and Mrs. Carl Prevail on Gainesville, spent the Mrs Charles Gaskins and Jacksonville, was a Thursday their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley, of Bushncll, regret to
Services. This will be Saturday. weekend with Mr. and Mrs.They family,of Starke. and Mr. and dinner guest of Mrs. Wilma John rye Sr. Mrs. Tommy Ga.Mr.! and Mrs. Wayne learn that she will have
remembered as "Pastor 'tJ '?" .:di k- Wainwright.Jack Talley and son, also of South Massey and family, were surgery in Leesburg General;
Appreciation Day". r Wainwright of Daytona, splntlast week with weekend guests of their Hospital on Wednesday. Our
Faith Baptist Church Radio w Tallahassee, was a Saturday them. parents Mr. and Mrs. II. C prayers ure with hen
Program over WPXE Starke 8 overnight guest of his mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Atwood
a.m. Sunday. Bible School 102.m. Mrs.! Trubv Wainwright were Saturday guests of their L. -
Worship Services 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs Charlie Aunt Mrs. Pierce Crews. HutoCenter
and 7:30: p.m Prayer Meeting M Fw Sellers, and Mrs. Onie Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore, of J
Wednesday 7:30: p.m., Bible Thornton, spent the weekend Baldwin, attended services
Study. with their sister, Mrs. Pierce with their Brother and sister-
GRACE UNITED Crews. Other guests were her in-law, Mr and Mrs. Fred I
METHODIST Sunday School ,; brother-in-law and sisler, Mr. Moore at First Baptist
w I 528 S. Walnut St. 964-8317 Starke
Worship Services 11 M r< of ,
9:45 ,
: a.m. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle Church, Starke on Sunday
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. United Worthington Springs, who morning. Alter Services they
Methodist Fellowship 6:30: i? R1 t P r ir visited her on Wednesday. met their niece, Mrs. Max \Auto Repair M
p.m. Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. Charles Watson, of Mac- Sparks of Tampa, and sisters, .
Wednesday. clenny, Douglas Hullett, Mrs Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa,
t Rev. and Mrs. John Steitz Sheri Griffis and daughter, and l\1rs.Mamie Lou Edwards Automatic Standard .
will celebrate their First Mrs. Lavon Wilkison and of Slarke al Holiday Inn for '*
Wedding Anniversary on children, and Mr. and Mrs. Lunch. All of them gatheredat R N. Transm-ission
Sunday April 27th. No evening Donald Wilkison were Sunday the home of Mr. and Mrs. G
services that night. jiijjftrw.w dinner guests of their parents, Fred Moore after lunch. Mr. u
United Methodist Women ;//f,:" Mr. and Mrs. B. L. WilkisonSr. and Mrs. David !Moore of I a Enginea
met Tuesday at the home of : I k.44i Jacksonville joined thVm
Mrs. Wilma Wainwright, with ; .
.; ___ I- - - - - "il Rebuilding
23 ladies present. Mrs. George -" : -
,. :
'""- : x
w n
Roberts Sr., President .sn t" /
i Presiding. Mrs. Coss gave the J & J ContractorsCement 0
Devotional. Mrs. Olin had Like GM Cars \Value Worked
charge of the Trocram. She r

gave Peter a tape Marsfyhlls ret/ording/ Sermons of one of, Not too many people buy six cars in less than four years, but J
which was excellent. It was on both of Gainesville have done so after they met Jim Lawson ol F Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds at.ast Work Guaranteed t.:.
Faith. r Meeting then ad- Jaycee road block.
Chevrolet for service la! week. It had but 17,000 mileser .f
Mrs. Wainwright Ms.Miller brought in her 1974 Caprice .
served journed.a luncheon. on it, but since her aged mother no longer lives with her,Ms. Milla decided she would I rude for Free I No \ It
Highland Baptist Church sporty two-door car.She chose a blue Olds Cutlass. Her nephe'W, Guinn, wouldn't let his aunt Brake Drums Turned
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. get ahead of him, so he traded his 1974 Chevrolet Camaro wi th 5,300 miles for a red Olds I
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Cutlass. Estimate I Obligation ,Starter And Alternator j I
7:00; p.m. Prayer Meeting You can't talk to car salesman Lawson five minutes without getting;, into con\'ersationllboul
Wednesday at 7:00: p.m. .a car, and Ms. Miller and Guinn found out in 1972 when they m<:t Lawson at the road block in
Northside Baptist Church Starke. They were on their way to Green Cove Springs where a car deal fell through. They Rebuilt j
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. returned Starke to buy the Caprice and Camaro; then, last wet ek, the two Cutlasses 413-2000
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Each of the four trade-ins,spotlessly clean when traded back I o Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds, are TF
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting now in the hands of Bradford County drivers. In fact, such a cle,an used car is at a premium in, Elton WardManager
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. today's market, Lawson is quick to point out.

excellent SCHOOL turn NEWSAn out took Senior Service Office j

place at the PTA on Tuesday.

Show Lawtev featured and in there students a Spring were 12 Fashion cakes were Opens April 23 In KHThe The Qofllliq Food Peopfe' Tk& Qualitq Food Peopte' ]

that were auctioned as a fund Keystone Heights Com- stone Heights,which is in Clay '
raising project.. mittee for Senior Service County, but also those resid-.' NEW ZEALAND SHOULDER PUNCHLAUNDRY :
The Lawtey Dolphin T- celebrated the official openingof ing in the sections of Bradford FAIR
shirts have been reorderedand their Information and Putnam and Alachua Counties LAMBROAST :
they should! arrive in Referral Office on Wednes- which adjoin Keystone .
about two weeks. day, April 23, with a sidewalk Heights. Beginning April 23,
Monday. April 28, will be a coffee at the corner of volunteers will staff the office SUPERMARKETS
Teacher Planning Day. Lawrence Boulevard and from 10 a.m. to noon, Monday STARKE DETERGENT
Flamingo St., Keystone through Friday. In the after- 320 SOUTH
PERSONALSCharles Heights, according to Hilda noon hours professional out- 3T05LBPKG
Carter, is the New White, Committee Chairman.The reach workers from the four WALNUT ST.
Night Policeman for Lawteyand counties will, on request, be FLASH "."LOW""C"GOOO".O".
be reached by calling new I & R office will individual C anut .oxufunaooomluaPRiL 84oz -
can available for con- FROZEN ,, ,
the 5" 11[ aARFFRa"' !XIRYa.
County Jail in Starke, 964-6161. occupy part of building sultations. Appointments for 5 $119
He will be on Duty 6 p.m. to 1 which formerly housed a craft such meetings will be set up SQUARE wt m fkuii ti xt*# BOX T
r a.m. He will be on Duty every shop.The. by the volunteer staff. This ,CUT jm. LB IIuII .KojimomMr l .
I & R office has
weekend and some nights grownout innovative and cooperative COUPONS
of the work of the Committee
the week. -
during approach by the various
Mrs. Ruth Galli and Mrs. for Senior Service, county program administrators -
: Niblack of guided and supported by the
Jacksonville Eldridge visited her Information and Referral service promises to the much elderly improved of the TK* Q ofcJf Food, Profit EveryDayLowPrke TKQuoiifcj Fowl People. EveryDayLowPrkeU.
.ter-m-law., Mrs. Elva Division of the Clay County area.
Reddish, on Sunday af- Council on Aging. This was Sidewalk celebration CHUCK BOSTON BLADEROAST BEEF BLADE S. NO. 1
ternoon. done with the interest and
are being made
Miss Elizabeth Terry and cooperation of program officials by Ann Andre.. All who are CHUCKROAST WHITEPOTATOES
of other counties, includ-
Miss Arthurine Blanchard interested in demonstratingtheir STEAKS
visited her sister. Miss Enza ing Bradford County adminis- support are encouraged
Blanchard. Mrs. Kay Wolfe, trators of CUBE. to come for coffee. BEEF BLADE PORK SHOULDER
and !Mrs Thelma Wilson, at The Keystone Heights pro-
the Baker County Nursing ject is designed to serve the roan u AWWB milU A W LBLOOSE
Home, of Macclenny, on senior citizen by bringing the gift ofyourself 79 <
Tuesday. together in one convenient I L MI LB LttliMq
Friends of Mrs. Floy location vital information is
Bennett, regret to learn that affecting their welfare.Volun-
she is patient in St. Vincents teers will answer questions the best gift fMtl 114thf..Rr IwryIMyI.owIIrb Be 00eIiI0t FIwryIMyI.owIIrb 1M9.Ygh 1f>.yY IonuI8uy BomnBuy
Hospital Jacksonville. Our regarding federal programs, wssuue ever po" seer CHUCKCROSS 'RU" BaNEIIfi PMSH FLORID' FRESH CRISP'
prayers are with her. such as Social Security, of all for Mom CHUCK POT SPARE RIB PORK YELLOW FLORIDAROAST
Mrs. Horace Cox, of Waldo Supplemental Income. Medicare .. ...RIBS POT ROAST STEAKS BEEF. CORN CELERY
F 1. !
with her
spent Tuesday and Food Stamps, as wellas
Mother Mrs. Marv Dinkins. various programs of county Serving Mom breakfastin :I: 98c 8985. a TO 98J s'za 10 79c toM' IBc
Other guests were her son-in- origin which are available to bed is a great way to r a Lma nio .""S eACH
law and daughter, Mr. and assist the handicapped, the wish her "Happy Mother'sDay"
!Mrs. Jim Burton, of disabled and the poor. Pantry Pride ( W EvcrytayLowPrke 'M I r.... "'-PU EvcrYDaylowPricc Tk.0FW.Ptafb.
Jacksonville, who spent The new I & R office will not unless'you're a "U""AN
Thursday with her. only serve residents of Key bad cook I SOFT DRINKS Fill TOMATO | CRANAPPLE APPLE ii :!
Mrs. Lois Carter, Mrs. ASSORTED FLAVORS jt'11
Oscar Carter, Mrs. Wade 28 OZ. I SAUCE I DRINK JUICE

Gaskins Norman,, visited and Mrs.their Beulah Aunt, 1--1! $ L D poall: / fl 89c7$1" 4K'" 79 2/S9c ,,10c :

Miss Debbie Phillips, and her .F
son and daughter'! -law, Mr. H3O Aar"",'. is

family of afternonn.Moniac. Ga.. on ROSES 2" Lamb Chops OUlCe;.o: ;.iauL11R-u j Cooked Ham .U.KW_ 1... $l" ; Perch Fillets ,LOLaO::, L' 69',
Thursday '"
Mrs. John Morris and The do-it. -Just younelf press hone clip and(terminator. it. Sliced Bacon "R.a' i Cottage Cheese ..:NvP': 79' i Quick Frozen Smelts o 99<

spent Deborah a week, of with Rockville her parents, Ind., f fogs\.1., your entire home at one time. AZALEAS '!" Smoked Picnics KM TO*SHOULOINIWATIM L*AODIDIt AVO 45'j I Daisy Cheese R"IOauSUONI <1" S Spaghetti & Meatballs L'':' ':' 99'JJ19

and Mr. and Lamar.Mrs.While Hubert here Priest the 2 SIZESSmall SHADE TREES 55-Z9 Farmland Dinners ::C:o::,:mCe7;: Cream Cheese :o:M:- 39' i Deviled Crabs saw:a

Priest's and Mrs. Morris and House* Roll Sausage =:::'..D'R Fyne Spred Oleo u.: :. 43' \ Turbot Fillets :uop.a L.69I.

daughter her Uncle,went and Aunt to the Mr.home and of $| 97Rag.! PEAT $125 Chipped Meats OOL.X0.: o.. \ Fish Sticks u'.=::: $119| Cooked Shrimp'"MKr': ..0 89*

Mrs. E. W. Williams and '2'1
; family, of Wellborn, and the
. I" Donny Williams family of Large HobMt CYPRUS MULCH $259 EveryDayLowPrkePantry Tfo QaaUtij Food People, EveryDayLowPrke f Tfc* (fafiiif Food, Peopl*
Lake City, met them there. .
. "
A Bridal Shower was given : $3 PINE BARK $2" RECULA(, GR1ND REA LEMON DOUBLE LUCK Pantry Dnde ,
for Miss Nancy Basford, R.O. ".? Pride ELECTRIC PENKCOFFEE
Fiancee of Dean Traylor at CUT GREEN
, v the home of Mrs. Wilma BOXWOOD *1 RECONSTITUTED CREAM ..

Wainwright, by United LEMON JUICE
Methodist Women on Friday. HALF
! About 35 ladies were present. [ Your Old Walk OP Ride GALLON ASST48oz
After opening her gifts
tOO Refreshments were served. Mower Worth (Or
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hewittof 75 15oz
Tallahassee, and daughterMrs. More)

came. Harrington by Saturday, of for Orlando a short, Trade-In On A New COMPARE & SAV I M RE SAVE I COMPARE SAVE

.r,;. visit Mr. with Tad the Mrs.Hewitts Arlie Parents Dobbs., ,Ii\ HAHN RIDER Pantry Pride Olives :,: 55 I Monogram Rice : : I Iced Tea Mix : ,:;:oN: 995l

They were on their way to Pantry Pride Dinners 'd. 49c I Sliced Carrots FX":: :".. 4/l/ I Potted MeatSaltines 1)101 /
)It Orlando, where they will 5 L LTD-500
: spend sometime with their '' Peanut Butter "C:!'UMlflCI T9 i Mashed Potatoes ,;LaNw;::'a: 39c I "W.'"" 4777c<

daughter.Mrs. ., Priced S59995 Pantry Pride Catsup .lot, 35 I Pork & Beans .M"';::;"U'Y 29c I Vanilla Extract ,
L. P. Rafuse was a
I Sunday overnight guest of her From Dill Pickle Chips : '.':. 43 I Beef Stew ;a"::: 69 I Pantry Pride Wipes ... '49c

,r Stuckey sister-in-law., of Jacksonville.Mrs. Bertha The Only ne With A 2 Yr. Warranty On Trans Taco Casserole "', o,'::'. 79c \ Luncheon,Loaf Rao ./ 4geI Pantry Pride-Cups. L.oo.c .. g9cXX

Mr. and Mrs. O. Nicula. and Save 125" On A Hahn Rider With I no.o..a..,.... ....,.. beryDoryl..owJIrice: ,.. f_.. ,.. ....,.. Ewryo.yt.owJIrice.antFf :
Vickie and Nora Starling, .., tK, .
were Sunday guests of their V GARDEN -
Brother-in-law and sister, Mr. 70" Val. ea Bags TOMATO ENGLISH
Only 29" With Mower Purchase & Trade ICE 1
and Mrs. Floyd Jenkins of PASTE PEAS MUFFINS' .

There is danger in reckless SAVE UP TO'40 OH TORO CffiT 99c ,,7'.79c': ,4/$1 .. ;. -3/89/ < ';, 3lJit 3/$1

change; but greater dangerin lEI TIC SPECIALS
blind conservatism. IreryOeytwfiiot TM 01EIy.1111 MtY [aNryO TLe Arlp III aLItef,1,1(11. Ie r rt>rylewfrrke '''IIee/IIoe'( / '''t'.iY INtylMyLewIItM
.1 Henry GeorgeA LOlli' GARDEN Pantry MA.W.'L..o O. e.c.ER UML P.pd..t K OOLOflN TOP MOT 000 o. -
Husband asked his wife Prld I TOOTH
ti! what the garage man had ISI CENTER MAYONNAISI iRIE>j-. PASTE *ii ONI**",vflrt "#Mtfo PIE >

; said was wrong with a low 539 East Call St see iu: >.> 79c UlCIOM
tire She reported, "He said N1lOl JM' 89C 99c ((79c' 'u e.S. 2/1 tint ...16! M 1 3/1
the air was beginning to. PH. 964-5745
show through."

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