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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Sweetest Strawberrie, This Side of Heaven ,,

90th Year ,FLORIDA 13 Cents jl jlof

41st Issue Thursday IV ay 1, 1975 Copy J

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I John ',Torode To, Resign Zoning. Post, "

Longtime chairman of'the its Inception in 1963 when he orderly zoning :and plannin Zoning Change Proposed ,
County Zoning Board, John A.: was named chairman of a preliminary for our county's growth'
Torode, threw a surprise study committee. Torode said, "but now I thinkits
bombshell near the end of After chairing that group dur- time to step aside." ,

Tuesday night's( meeting whenhe ing the 'formative years, he All members present expressed inPor w ;\
announced his intention to remained as chairman of the deep regret at ', \ .
submit his resignation to the board from its inception in Torode's action but commended -, County Commission at its May August ;1970 to the present him on his leadership. Lake Area
5 meeting. time. through the years.In : Hampton 1
"I'm just plain tired, said ."It's been a tough assign- stepping down., Torode : ,
'Torode, who has spearheadedthe ment, but I have enjoyed it named Art Kiefer to serve. as

county zing effort since because, of my interest in, temporary-....chjiynan.'N .. v;; -
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.." '"b' ev1 *.l* ,
,." ... ,( A proposal tp change the zoning of approximately 2,000 }

nn ',' ..> acres of property surrounding Hampton Lake to RIA ,''J

: 11. HQspztal'Co'niro.t classification was presented to the County Zoning Board I,

r Tuesday night by director L.M. Gaines. : j

,, Major effect of the change would be to upgrade the zoning :.,

., / ,. of property back from the lakefront from OR (open "

,..,. /' ,CqseIsA'gued. rural), which permits .mobile homes on one-acre lots to
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cial establishment. Rl A zoning requires 0,000 square feet

I' AgainBy Shaw" I .for_, homes.. .
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I The proposed rezoning will processing plant with a retail. ,
>> STARKE Attorney Gene After hearing more than an have' no practical effect on outlet on the property.
r ... ';Shaw tried again Monday to hour's argument Monday Hampton Lake waterfront Also approved was the
.' ',try to get Circuit Judge R.A. afternoon, Judge Green said property since it is already application of John and Mary
I .Green Jr., to. change his he 'would rule' soon .on the. zoned RIB permitting single Kuhn to reclassify 1.25 acresof
t .fY" dNN{ .:':'(ruling that a county ordinance question. family. residences on 7,500 land along U.S. 301 north
Iiyr V.to control the Shaw has'argued' that the square feet if served by a cen- just south of the candle shop ,
it 's/((Hospital is unconstitutional county has the authority tral water.and sewer,, facility from U1B (residential) to BR' .'
..,. "t1U1l and void.. under its home rule powers to ,
,. ,. I ;. appoint members of the

hospital board.-The governornow ..
'" Voter'BooksClose appoints local hospital r/fe. :
,.... board members under a .
special act of the Legislature

. : passed in 1951 after the county
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,/ ,J a hospital board and whetherto -.o
build, the hospital. Addi- 23 Sd0t Ie )y,
Ii tional special acts were 18 ,
[ J I Butler passed in 1953 1961 and 1967. .
The ordinance adapted by d I, '+liempton r, ., i ,
St'.J J the Bradford County Commission rw1is'ySeadh' Ass its
_. a LAKE ., BUTLER ,
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; Registration' books for LakeButler's on Feb.'26 sought to 18 -k .:. forsP
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repeal those special state acts .
upcoming City
fir s Election' will .close Friday, creating the: hospital board. p :?famPth :; 221

re May 9, and the city's presently, The county fought to have !
,. y unregistered but qualified BCH board 'members ap za 7 -n uk v t
': \ f residents are' invited to pointed by the county. --H
.. at If want to The hospital board soughtan I t5 .E : t
.> \ : register once they k3 rr.
injunction to stop the
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.. : Vote on Tuesday June 24.
.. ,.. county's proposed takeover. : j
,. Fe' Qualified'residents of the ,,
t < ." \ J. -e! I city ''of- Lake Butler The issue was first argued
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-l register at the office of ,Ale't. .
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.,;\ ....." {,,", ; Super4Sor'ofElectionsLottieYe 13, and subsequently he ruled ,7 *er V I "
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y .. .. .. ,' .,.....' R Ufe Jhjunty courthoosevand; theVu -,**IM..1-.tOr.oeY.RlCb.r:4.. IKolty*.! .,w._._. ,:. I'f
representing the hospitalboard .1__;..; :
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>*l day for registration isVrtday'May ,
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successfully contended ro ",
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g Two seats on the city council ,
ter county has'more -- -
will be for election on June power
The remarks of Pete Sparks(right& are being recorded on documentary is titled "Dogs USA".and will be shown on 24.' The up seats now held by than a non-charter county Since there is no such facilityon (business) ,,for location of a'
I. sound and film as he explains some of the fine points of dog "This Week" to television viewers in the United, Kingdomsome incumbent Mayor John Shaw such as Bradford. A charter Hampton Lake RIB has fruit and vegetable stand.
breeding found In one of his prize specimens.,The special TV time next month. and Councilwoman Sharon county cannot pass an or- the same requirements as K.M. Horsey was given per-

Minshew. will be up for con dinance inconsistent with a R1A Gaines said. mission to advertisefor
test. special act which has referendum The rezoning proposal was rezoning Irom K1A (residential -
PETE SPARKS IN SPOTLIGHT Council members T, S. Welty says. A non- in accordance with recent discussions ) to EA (exclusive ag) on a
Thomas Bill White .and charter county is in a weaker by board members 40 acre tract in the Speedville
Margie Cason have another position; it cannot override pointing up the need for more' ,area. west of the George Wood
year to serve on their current anything inconsistent with a zoning protection for high cost property and south of SK 21-B.
TV Camera Crew terms. general or special law even if Conventional homes now being In1 other action the board
English Qualifying period for there was no referendum. built in the area. Except for a voted to request the County
prospective candidates for the Shaw still contends the 1,000 foot loop around the lake Commission for employmentof
two seats on the council will be county had the right under its zoned RIB all property in the a building inspector without
for a period beginning state granted home rule affected area is now zoned OR further delay. At its last meet
open
Friday, May 23, and ending powers to override the (open rural) which permits ing the Commission indicated
Monday June 9, 1975. special act of the Legislature.Shaw mobile homes on one-acre reluctance to employ a director -
.Invades New River WoodsNEW Annual compensation for pointed out that more lots. OR is also frequently immediately due to the
the office is $1,800 for council tax dollars are required now rezoned to permit commercial economic squeeze on county
members and $2,400 for for operation of the hospital'The : establishments which the funds, and expressed hope
Mayor. The Mayor is elected county ordinance may board wishes to prevent along that Gaines could handle this
RIVER'' -' 'Fame or Fielding the UnitedKingdom's annually by the city council be in conflict with the specialact U.S. 301 where they would be assignment for the time being.,
notoriety has drawn an ', award winning I following each annual elec. but is not inconsistentwith In close proximity to new Gaines reported Tuesday
English speaking televisioncrew and top-rated news reporter tion. general laws Shaw homes being built in Lake night that he had made 79
to the piney woods of the documentary team from argued Monday. Hampton Oaks subdivisionand inspections during April, and
Welty argued again Monday other developments in the the board expressed belief
New River to film Pete Sparks Thames Independent TV Su A
and his pit bull dogs.A London England, decendeJMonday Fights Reported that the special act which area. that due to the unexpectedly
fighting established the hospital be board the
afternoon on tiny can The approved the re- heavy work load servicesof
nine member television< New River Station in western repealed only by the Legisla, zoning proposal and in- d full-time inspector are

documentary team from Bradford County.There was a Among InmatesAt ture.Welty structed Gaines to proceedwith required.In .
London visited Sparks on his two-man camera team, a two- 10.rr has pointed out that if necessary preliminary his monthly report for
New River dog farm to conduct man sound team a research the county had no previous steps. The director said that if April. Gaines listed 19 new
an interview and film the reporter a production \ ( Union PrisonLAKE hospital ordinance it has there are more than 300 property mobile homes for a total of
"old codger's" ,dog breeding assistant and the girl who got, authority under home rule to I owners in the affected $106,900; 13 conventional
operation. Sparks now 74; is it all together Judy Lever; the.. ; : BUTLER Sporadic establish a hospital authority: area, the board is required to homes $233,400; and 17 per- '
the nation's acknowledgeddean advance agent and location \ -... and appoint the members. notify each one of the proposed mils for additions repairs ,
between
of the sport of dog producer of fighting Inmates and the some resulting groups The county commission became rezoning and hold a etc., 26800. Total county construction .
fighting.Headed. ..I)ISparks'since: last fall has interested in taking an public hearing after a waiting not including municipalities -
tension complicated by ex-
by Director. Martin I active roll in the operation of of If with ,
been the recipient of reams of 'x tremely overcrowded condi-' period 60 days, there are was $367,100
,Smith and Interviewer.John national publicity through the 1 lions led to curtailment of inmate the hospital after county con-, less than 300, the board may $1,092 in fees.Dissatisfaction.
tributions to various hospital in the
nation's newspapers activities proceed customary was expressed -
magazines.', radio and '29, at the Florida Division of operations exceeded $106,000. manner by giving public over the lack of I
television broadcasts and has Corrections, Reception and For many years the county notice for two weeks and then cooperation by the Alachua ,
been the subject 'of a special Medical Center at Lake But.. commission appropriated ''take action at its next meeting County Commission in efforts' I
$15,000 of race track revenue when all interested toward having the State purchase ;
per-
dog-fighting .documentary John (left), of rated and award
Fielding one England's top toward the .
hospital operation.The would be heard. Santa Fe Swamp as an
sons
ler.None
filmed by TV station WFSU of winning new reporters, gets a "first-hand" feel of one of of the staff at RMC contributes
county now 'James Starling presented a endangered area because of
the Florida State Universityat Pete Sparks (right) fighting dogs. Thames Independent TV ;was' injured and no inmate $70,559 in tax funds plus petition to the board signed by its importance to the Floridan .
and has
ut Tallahassee appeared of London, England, filmed the special dog documentary '
,was seriously hurt in the $18,000 for ambulance servicenow adjoining owners Acquirer. was decided that ,
property
as a special guest on Monday April 28. on Sparks farm at New River* and
the nationally syndicatedMike unrelated apparently based at the hospital plus stating that they had no objec- Bradford County should pro-

I, Douglas Show) 'Florida Department of Law' with Baker Davis of Orlando, spontaneous scuffles. $18,400 for the new emergency tion to the placement of a ceed on its own if Alachua
'Partnt-Vouth: Enforcement and other state who organized the dog'fightthat .(See Page. 12) medical care program. mobile home on his propertyon County fails to show interest.
It all started last fall when
Member Carl Edwards of
Market Road near the intersection -
law agencies swooped in and raided last October
was
OrganizafIonChicken New York ;Times reported Brooker said there was :
of Highway 16. a
Pilaw Supper. ,, Wayne King was assigned to 'rounded up about 100 persons near Orlando.. amount of interest in
who were gathered for nine ,i-The sport of dog fighting is Starling had previously great
f and Activities. Investigate wide-spread
;Financial Crisis Hits: the of his his the
requested rezoning area concerning pro-
,i j Sat.. May J, '-'p.m. reports of an increase in dog- dog fights to be held on a ',.'centuriesAid and.is said to property from RIB to RIC, posed ordinance to regulate r'I
remotely located farm near have'originated' in England ,
Pratt St. Ball Field I fighting, principally tn,, and
Orlando. with. 19including because of the tenacity of the1pugnosed The board at first discussedthe strip mining inquired /, '
and Attentionwas .
'Florida: Texas. about its He ''was'told
progress.; \
.I GARAGE'SALE'St. focused on New River'sPete Sparks,: being arrested. English bulldog 'Ijrnion possibility of rezoning an that County
Attorney
', S'\: Parish Hall Sparks because of his '.As a result of.the national 4 Through the breeding process Recreation entire area .In that vicinity, Gene Shaw had promised to
Sat.May J, 10-4 publication of a magazine publicity: devoted to Sparks it 'of dogsother'strains have n'C including a mile along High have the ordinance
;, 'been developed through the ''LAKE BUTLER A fundcrisis' the continued operation of the 16, in order to avoid so- proposed ,
of
----- in which the so-- attracted the ;attention one called ready for its first reading at :
:'. GARAGE SALE sport of dog-fighting Is of Britian's most popular blood lines of the Staffordshire i for Union County's recreation,department. "spot zoning" for Starling -
the Commission
Terriers' (another English 'Recreation Program has''' Powell ld that he had been Chairman .John Torode'' regular County. -
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p. byMrth. Group promoted and his operation of weekly programs called:'This .
,: Sat..'a.m.4".m..' a dog-breeding farm at New; Week" produced.by'Thames' breed) and the noted English developed as the first year of unable to get a quorum of the opposed rezoning for mobile meeting on May. S I
ibulldog v until today its I ended Wednesday -: city-county recreation homes along 16, however say- ;
Methodist Court Yard. River. : Independent TV of, London, they are { operation .'
Following A reporter King's-, England. .'. called pit '''bulldogs and April 30. committee together since the Ing this was contrary to the I ,
I OLD-TIME story iii the New York Times.. After a special"showing of terriers,'. noted 'for their "Larry Powell recreationi January meeting. .board's land use study play.It UC' Com mission 1; ,
upgraded tenacity and director told the school board For the year beginning May' was finally decided to ,
n.. JUBILEE.. ,,other state' newspapers.; including the c FSU documentary to Judy
Saturday,May 3,2-1.m. "".the'! St.;.Petersburg'Times X Lever.'the !;:.firm's.advance''' >fighting ability: .through, i Tuesday night that his efforts 1 last year the Union County allow Starling to advertise for Meets,Tonight f fLAKE
'.<'.Hampton EtemtntaryV '. and Gainesville Sun :* agent, she"went about making ,i I'' breedJn .*..* . ,.wer.jo'being. hampered In Commission. contributed rezoning to- RIC on a :'strip \'j i
Director Martin Smith said for the city-county $7,500 to : the recreation' starting at his west 'property BUTLER The Union
: '.Bet Stew Meal' tJ.OO. have written special articles the necessary 'arrangements. i summery :
''. 'GamMfer Student decrying-:cruelty ,of, the for special ,documentary to that even though dog fighting / softball program in department' and appointedD.E. line and extending along Mar- County Commission will meet >;.\
..Jr Public Invited '*,, *;sport with the publicity later,.roe,* filmed .'.for, the-i United 'originated In- England centuries ,1 which: 14 teams have been set .. (Skip) 'Woodington as ket Road not more than 300 tonight (Thursday) at 8. p.m. .t
;. .1: '.' .... "1't-r'- ,", f \ 'becoming naifott-!wici ....>- '"i;;"': < Kingdom's' ".."vtelevlilon. ago it is unheard of in !up seven for' men and seven their; representative' .on the. feet in depth to the east line of,, in a special ; session ..with.If:"! "" '? ,
'\\" :*; 'jj. Another' spate* of 'articles'' audience-*which.'. will beW ,that country' now *\ as' it Is 'vfor women. committee. Section 16. members of the Agricultural t$
i' w1plzoatInnitir 1' 'were written r:'in ,October,/!!!I telecast over there in about a, known and been publicized In ... With his budget year ending The city' council of Lake The application of ',-Wilbur, Stabilization and; ConservaV.
following Sp rll'j,;;.arrest' :month. sKv *j; 'the, United State 9 on April 30, and no commit. I,Butler contributed 17,500 and ''Stephens for rezoning from'' .Committee.. ,, 'V !
; : Smith said that the formal meat .for next funds' selected T.S. Thomas. Jr. for EA (exclusive agriculture) to
"I .tat ...k along with 18 other,who were pSpark's; Ljntervl'ew.andfilming ;: year's. *?: T'Iwt'ubject' "'"
I 1' of his I being. made by those ,who the recreation committee., MS'> (manufacturing) fill: 80fe i ) for:'discussion;;,
.,., ", ""' ::\, .. I ,caught: in a dog f fight rid near Monday will" appear ;' program was "
ac-.I1''Iv' v';'..f. '$similar'' to that of .CBS's '60 ,,.|funded tbe'P'OIP'am during its The school .board. ) acres
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'. MMItV ) .Jt'I1.: Minutes'1'and likened 'j first Powell directed ans 17,500 and appointed'IISee of Lawtey was approved Stephens ftion ; ,an 'A.ricultureBuUdinl.
P-. ...MCn ,9' .; A > Horde"' of agents! mint*: minute program with another: { reporter > year. : .. ... "
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I John Torode To.,Resign Zoning Post

Longtime chairman of'the' its inception in 1963 when he orderly zoning;- "'and planning' Zoning Ofiange Proposed .

County Zoning Board, John A. was named chairman of a preliminary for our county's growth,'
Torode, threw a surprise 'study committee. Torode said, "but now I think
bombshell near the end of After chairing. that group dur its time to step aside." .''a
Tuesday night's meeting when ing the formative years, he All members present ex i
he announced his intention to remained as chairman of the pressed deep regret at J {
submit his resignation to the board from its inception in Torode's J action, but commended '' ,
County Commission at its May August 1970 to the present him on l his leadership, For Lake Area r +

S meeting. .time. .. through the years. : Hampton
Tm just plain tired;said "It's been a tough assign- In stepping down,,, Torode )
'Torode, who has spearheaded ment, but I have enjoyed it. named Art Kiefer to serve as

,the county zoning.effort.. ,. since, because, of my interest in temporary'.chairman.4IBHriMSJBSJUCkMBSSSSSJSSSJBHBSfc ., .. .. .
"" 'A' 'i r 1 A proposal to change the zoning of approximately 2,000 ;)

acres of property surrounding Hampton Lake to R1A I tj

s +'N HJ pltal'Contro.l': classification was presented to the County Zoning Board Y Ij, ]

a Tuesday night by director L.M. Gaines. .

Major'effect of the change would be to upgrade the zoning .j;

i of property: back from the lakefront from OR (open m'

Case .Is.Afgued*::*".r? *, I rural), which permits mobile homes, on one-acre lots, to
R1A,;the highest single family residential classification, "i
0) forbidding mobile homes, as well as any type of commer

cial establishment. R1A zoning requires :20,000 square; feet

Again By Shaw' : for..' .homes..

The proposed rezoning will processing plant with a retail
,- STARKE''' Attorney Gene After hearing more than an have no practical effect on outlet on the property. .
t'si \iShaw tried again Monday to hour's argument Monday' Hampton Lake waterfront Also approved was the '
.try to get Circuit Judge R.A. afternoon, Judge Green said property since it is already application of John and Mary
a ,Green, Jr., to change his he would rule. soon on the zoned RIB, permitting single Kuhn to reclassify 1.25 acresof
1\ ,;ruling that a county ordinance question. family. residences on 7,500 land along U.S. 301 north,
!i,.to control the Bradford County Shaw has argued'that the square feet if served by a Central : just south of (the candle shop .
[Hospital is \unconstitutional, county has the authority water and sewer facility. from HlB residential< ) to BHIbusincssil'or

i rM )mill and void.! under its home rule powers to -.- ..' .......- i .... ,, -t. .
appoint members of the
( hospital board..The governor S W
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iVoterBooksClose now appoints local hospital, .
.. board members under a 5.. r
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I special act of the Legislature .,- 227 U 14 13 0, i8C
I passed in 1951 after the county 5 f1O.w
aEy. May 9 voted on the establishment of,
y '0, a hospital board and whether
..., to build the hospital. Additional -

*'In L. Butler. passed In special 1953, 1961 acts, and were 1967.:
The ordinance I'
adapted by e
1' '1 ,a 8each /6
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y LAKE BUTLER the Bradford County Com x
mission on Feb-26! \ sought tot
Registration; books ,for Lake w
ti Butler's: upcoming City repeal those special state acts ai, ..
l'' Election will close Friday creating the 'hospital board. P ,, ; lomptq'r 221s
May, and the city's presently.The, county I' mlbers
h unregistered but qualified board appointed '
t ': by the county.. ,pd M- 5 ,
[ residents are invited to rf! 1S t ,
register at once if they want to The hospital board sought T '
Vote on Tuesday, June 24 an injunction to stop the
Qualified: residents of'the county's proposed takeover. :
,., f jpcity of' Lake Butler may The issue was first argued .,
register'1"' at the office of before Judge Green on March ;
f Superor( of Elections, Lottie 13, and subsequently he ruled (, Tower .;
llfcher, whose office Is In' the county law null and void! l r "Pa
'" @puntycodtUtouseandthd.f''..'"'ltorn.ydtlc'lu:4.Ji'l' : ; '<<1 lty ..

y.w': 1 day for, registration- representing the ,hospital .
ro'r
'FridayWay j 9. board, successfully contended
that, under state law, a char w too
Two seats on the city council .
t *ll'* St BP S SiiaiB MPSWBB B S Bl BiSllllli l"""* "" "'*" "" "B "" i i i .- -- ,
ter county has more'I --
power
will be up for election on June
The remarks of Pete Sparks (rlghn') are being recorded on documentary is titled "Dogs USA",and will be shown on 24. The seats 'now held by than a non- harter county, ,,Since there is no such facilityon <(< ) location of a
sound and film as he explains some of the fine points of dog "This Week" to television viewers in the United Kingdom incumbent Mayor John Shaw such as Bradford. A charter Hampton Lake, RIB has fruit and \vgeldble stand
breeding found la one of his prize specimen The special TV some time next month. and Councilwoman Sharon county cannot pass an or the same requirements as H.1\I.1I'rsey'was I given per
Minshew will be up for condinance inconsistent with a R1A Gaines said. mission to advertise for
test. special act which has referendum The rezoning proposal was rezoning Irom K1A <( PETE SPARKS IN SPOTLIGHT Council members T, S. Welty says: A non- in accordance with recent discussions ) to EA (exclusive ag) on a
Thomas, Bill White .and charter county is in a weaker by board members' 40 acre tract In the Specdullearea )
Margie Cason have another position; it cannot override pointing up the need for more west of the George Wood
year to serve on their current anything inconsistent with a zoning protection for high cost property and south of SH 21-B.
TV Camera Crew terms general or special law even !if Conventional homes now being In other action the board
English Qualifying period for there was no referendum. built in the area. Except for a voted to request the County
prospective candidates for the Shaw still contends the 1,000 foot loop around the lake Commission for employmentof
I two seats on the council will be county had the right, under its zoned RIB, all property in the a building inspector without
open for a period beginning state granted home rule affected area is now zoned OR further delay. At its last meeting
Friday, May 23, and ending powers, to override the (open rural) which permits the Commission indicated
Monday, June 9, 1975.' special act of the Legislature, mobile homes on one-acre reluctance to employ a direc
Invades N'ew'R'iver' Woods 'Annual compensation for Shaw pointed out that more lots OR is also frequently tor immediately due to the
the office is $1,800 for council tax dollars are required now rezoned to permit commercial economic squeeze on county
members' and $2,400 for for operation of the hospital. establishments, which the funds, and expressed hope
Mayor. The Mayor elected The county ordinance may board wishes prevent along that Gaines could handle this
NEW RIVER'' Fame 'or Fielding, the. United annually by the city council be in conflict with the special U.S. 301 where they would be assignment for the time being.
has drawn an Kingdom's. award winning following each annual elecact, but is. not inconsistent in close ,proximity to new Gaines reported Tuesday
notoriety speaking television and top-rated news reporter, tion. with general laws, Shaw homes being built in Lake night that he had made 79
English to the woods of the documentary team from argued Monday. Hampton Oaks subdivisionand inspections during April, and
crew piney Welty argued Monday other in the the board belief
again developments expressed
Thames Independent TV
film
Pete -e
New River to Sparks
Fights ReportedAmong that the special act ,which area.. that due to the unexpectedly
London decended
and l his pit bull dogs.A England,
fighting
afternoon on tiny established the hospital can be The board approved the re- heavy work load, the servicesof
nine member' television Monday New River Station in western repealed only by the Legisla zoning proposal, and Instructed a full-time inspector are
documentary team from Bradford County.There was a Inmates' ture. Games to proceedwith required
London visited Sparks on his. two-man camera team, a two- Nr Welty has pointed out that if necessary preliminary In his monthly report for
New River dog farm to con-, man sound team, a research the county had no previous steps. The director said that if April Games listed 19 new
duct an interview and film the r ; v Prison hospital ordinance, it has there are more than 300 property mobile homes for a total of
a production
reporter, At Union
"old codger's" dog breeding assistant, and the girl who got, r\- 4t1 authority under home rule to owners in the affectedarea $106.900: 13 conventional
operation. Sparks now 74; lanation's it all together,Judy Lever; the \ LAKE BUTLER Sporadic establish a hospital authority the board is required to homes $233400; and 17 per I
the acknowledged advance agent and location c ."" between and appoint the members. notify each one of the proposed mits for additions, repairs, \
,dean pf the sport of dog ,I fighting some groups The county commission be. rezoning and hold a etc., $26,800. Total county construction
producer, ? of Inmates and the resulting
fighting.. 1'Sparks,'since last fall has' w tension, complicated excame interested in taking an public hearing after a waiting not including muni I
Headed by Director Martin I r roll In the operation of of 60 If there with
been the recipient of reams of 'tremely overcrowded condlactive period days. are cipalities was $367,100,
Smith and Interviewer,John national publicity through the' ,lions, led to curtailment of in the hospital after county contributions less than 300, the board may $1,0921n tees.Disaatisfaclion. i
,, to various hospital proceed in the customary was ex
nation's newspapers, mate activities Tuesday, April
magazines, radio and ,. ,. ;;29, at the Florida Division of operations exceeded $106,000. manner by giving public pressed over the lack of
television broadcasts,and has \>-> Corrections, Reception and For many years the county notice for two weeks and then. cooperation by the Alachua ,
.been the subject of a special Medical Center at Lake But. commission appropriated 'take' action at its next meet"ing County Commission in efforts
''
$15,000 of race track revenue when all interested toward the State \
having purchase \
dog-fighting documentary (left), of England's rated and award ler, persons
John Fielding one top
toward the
hospital would be Santa Fe
operation. heard. Swamp as an /
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filmed by TV station WFSU of winning news reporters, gets "first-hand" feel of one of None of the staff at RMC The county now contributes James Starling presented a endangered area because of I I
the Florida State Universityat TV
Pete Sparks' right fighting doge Thames Independent ,'was' Injured and no inmate $70,559 in tax funds, plus petition to the board signed by its importance to the Floridan '' .
sr Tallahassee, and has appeared of London England, filmed the special) dog documentary
hurt in the '
.was seriously $18,000 for ambulance service adjoining property owners Acquirer. It was decided that ;
o the nationally as a special) syndicatedMike guest on Monday,April 28,on Sparks farm at New River unrelated and apparently nowDasedatthehespitalplus stating that they had no objec Bradford County should pro.

,. .- o t Douglas Show' Florida Department of Law'' with Baker Davis of .Orlando, ,spontaneous scuffles. 18,400 for the new emergency tion to the placement of a ceed on its own if Alachua
.See Page 12) medical care program. mobile home on his propertyon County fails to show Interest
andother state who
Enforcement, organized the dog fight
Parent-Youth It all started last fall when
Member Carl Edwards of
Market Road near the intersection
OrganizationChicken New York Times reported law agencies, swooped in and that was raided last October ,,
: of Highway 18. Brooker said there wae'agreat
1 Pilau SupperandAdlvltles Wayne King was assigned to rounded up about 100 persons near Orlando:' amount of interest in
who were gathered for nine ..:The sport of dog fighting is Starling had previously
f I Investigate wide-spread :Financial Crisis Hits requested the rezoning of his his area concerning the
proposed
dog fights tobe held on a centuries Aid and .is said to .'
Sat., May 3,S-i p.m. reports of an increase in dog ',,, property from RIB to RIC, ordinance to regulate I
Pratt St. Ball FleM fighting, principally in,, remotely located farm near have originated' in England $i -- and
: strip mining inquired J'
with, 19 of the The board at first discussedthe i
,---.-- :'Florida and Texas. Attentionwas Orlando Including because of the tenacity about its He was' .
.' GARAGE SALE focused on New River'sPete ,Sparks. being arrested ; .'. pug-nosed English bulldog. < Recreation possibility of rezoning an told that progress.County '
". ;, St.Mark Parish Hall Sparks, because of his As a result of,the national ',;Through the. breeding process j< Union. entire area ,,in that vicinity, Gene Shaw had promised Attorney to ,
'' ... .
of dogs )ther"straI" l.bave'been including a mile along High-
a .. Sat.,May 3. 10-4 of a magazine publicity devoted to Sparks it have the
publication
'' proposed ordinance
developed through the LAKE BUTLER- A funding' the continued operation of the, in order to avoid so-
!Pit Dogs" Jn which: the so- attracted the attention of one cared ready for its first at
;\: GARAGE SALE called sport of dog-fighting is of Brltian's most popular blood lines ol the Staffordshire ..crisis', for Union County's' recreation department. "spot zoning" for Star reading ''
oj the Com-
i Terriers' (another English 'I Reerea lion has Powell ld that he had been ling Chairman John Torode''' regular County
,1' called "This < Program
I' by Met Croup* promoted,and his operation of weekly programs : ,mission
\ on S..
meeting May
'. Sat..III.-4p.m.' a deg-breedfng .farm at New: Week! produced:by Thames breed)< and the noted English developed< as the first year of unable to get a quorum of the opposed rezoning for mobile .
,: Memedis> Court Yard, River. : Independent TV; of, London \bulldog, until today they are ,+''Its operation ended Wednesday city-counly recreation homes along 16,however,say- : .r
.-----. Folbwingreppi'tea' King's- England. called pit bulldogs and ': April 30.Larry committee together since the. Ing this was contrary to the 'IUC'Commi..ion
OLD-TIME story in the New yak Times,, After a special showing of terriers, noted for their Powell, recreation January meeting ,,board's land use study play.. 1
*' 'JV I.EESeturdayAdaYS7' other state newspapers including the FSU documentary to Judy upgraded tenacity and j i director, told the school board For the year beginning May'l 'It was finally. decided to
', t. < '' St-Petersburg ,fighting 'through 1 I that his efforts last year the Union County allow Starling to advertise for
"p.m, 0 the; [Lever, ''the .flrnt's:>advance "j"ability Tuesday night Meets Tonight f
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,breeding. were' being 'hampered in Commission contributed rezoning to R1C on a strip :
'j' Hampton ftementaryB l :Times and the Gainesville Sun t agent, she went about makingthe "
I .,' Stew Meal,"..00.I have written' special' articles necessary arrangements. Director Martin Smith saidthat ,,planning for the citycountysummer 7,500 to the recreation I starting at his west property BUTLER-The Union ; {
I Oames for Students.' decrying the. cruelty of the, for special,.documentary to even though dog fighting .of- Softball program In department, and appointed line and extending along Market County Commission will meet ;'1 i
.:ti PublkfavltN "a, ..sport, with the publicity later 'be; fUmed."fOC'., the..,United originated in England ceot'which 14 teams have been setup DE., (Skip) 'Woodington as Road, not more than 300 tonight (Thursday) at 8 p.m. j t]
';iiI. ,, becoming nation wlde.i'. *.''* Kingdom's' 't "'.'televisionaudience. ,tunes ago it U unheard of in i;' seven for men and seven their''' representative- on the feet In depth,to the east line of Ina special session ;with>: f\4\ '
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I. .'.> 1' ,, '''t, Another spate' of Ih'tIclei''were ..which- will bed that country how*at It is t for women. 'committee. Section 16. __' .. members of the Agricultural It I
I e ti mauinh written;: In October,''; telecast over there in about a,, known and been publicized. in .,. With his budget year ending. The city council of Lake The application of Wilbur, Stabilisation>and. Conservation \.:
I ):GI tg following Spark's arrest, ,month. > fe .the United States., *1 on April 30, and no commit ,Butler contributed $7,500 and, Stephens for t reionlng from Committee:' "
'I/ ',"P 8tair .iahk along with 18 others,who were kSpark'tt: .interview if,and Smith said that the format ., meat ,for, next year's. funds .selected T.S. Thanes Jr. for EA exclusive agriculture) to " : f
.,' :'catt g tt In a dog fight raid near. filming Monday will appear i a,'of, his : program was very ,*.be...' made ,by .those who the recreation committee.. MS, (manufacturing) on; 60 i.t \The subject'for discussion\ J
aa.wabirwiMwMW' *. j'"similar to that of CBS's,"60 },funded the during Its 'The school board. contributed ,acres along Terry Road west will! be the proposed construe- +r
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May 1. 1975

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installed
Mrs. J.R. Kite
Flower Vorease Patrick
I Show Set '
President Of BCH Auxiliary .

,. .. .. ','('J.. Honored'at
.
Mrs. J. It.Kite was installed tainingthecoffee .,' "' .WJi.i 15
UCI Inmates
machine soft : ''//i ,; : {\i May By Bridal shower
president of the Bradford drink machine and and :;';''i1"I! ,,
County Hospital Auxiliary / 1'h A a 1Vy1'h ,, /fii.{ >>( I \ .
t1' Aar ui-0 i; I Miss Vorease "Patrick,
'.: >' ....., helps'rehabllitato'himself.
.
Monday night at a covered : ;'i' : RAIFORD -The 15th annual
of
; bride-elect Randy Jones,
dish supper meeting held in :" ,Inmate Flower Show is again Last year ,2,150 registeredand ,was 'honored ''at a'' kitchen
attended the show. Ads
the Methodist Fellowship ', scheduled to display'over 350

Hall. .... .:... I Iv i' varieties 'bf plants when the mission is free and everyoneis .:shower by Mrs.Tuesday H; M. Hatcher night',''.Jr.given at
.. ,;( invited. The show opens at
Mrs. John W. Griffin installed '" "' / '. :"' display opens at noon' Thursday East
home Call
the following officersto ,) .. .,;.::; .; May 15, for three days. noon Thursday, May 15, and, .her.Miss Patrick on her .mother Street.,
; closes at noon, Saturday, May
serve with Mrs. Kite: Mrs. ; .... The 350 specimens will Mrs. William Patrick, and the
John R. Smith, president- '.. "" 'include tropical, subtropical, 117.The
---, groom's mother]
prospective
and center stage will fea-i )
elect; Mrs. Dave Shuford, landscape plants from the
Mrs: J. Ermie Jones
ture more than: 15 varieties of / were
Union Correctional
first vice-president; Mrs. M. !; '" Institution's the Philodendron some'vine1 presented corsages .made of.!
"
J'f collection of
A. Baldwin, second vice- 6 over 1,000
kitchen ;
;I, varieties In the type and some heading types. gadgets.:
president; Mrs. Maxie Carter, grown prison
have holes in the leaves,. 'Seasonal flowers were; used
Sr., recording secretary; Mrs. ., .'. 'greenhouse complex. The .Some at local points throughout the
have leaves.
'plants receive tender'' some variegated
Louin ,
Redding corresponding loving home., .
secretary; Mrs. Olin W, care from the 50 inmates Certified Garden Club '
assigned to' the >Judge Marjorie Parmalee of Games were enjoyed'' and
White, treasurer. / ; Ornamental.
:
prizes were given.
Horticulture. Jacksonville will again head
Preceding the installation a
., ,,some >20 certified judges Assisting in serving refresh-,
covered, dish .' In the r up
decorated rp / humidity who will place a first,'second- ments. were Mrs. William
served at tables qi_ y/ amounts of light ;
and'--Mrs, Robert W.
George .
with arrangements of roses ; fertilizer, water and temperature or third place ribbon on each Milner.The .
and sweet peas. ; are maintained to plant.
Mrs. Baldwinpresident, i.} ; give size, color texture, and
presided over the meeting ; models at theStarke Homemakers fashion show Thursday, April 24 at the Agricul shape to produce a specimen
where annual reports were were (l-r): Mrs.Lola Johnson In a pink linen dress; Sonya Tenly In a long poly plant. ? Fin. vat: Produce
given. Mrs. John R. Smith, ; print dress; Kim Tenly In a long blue and white bandana print dress; Cathy Tedder The annual flower show,
membership chairman, lace wedding dress with satin bodice; Lucille Godwin In a yellow and white print widely 'renowned in North In Th!,World. Comoro: s: ,
reported the Auxiliary has 16 ; Godwin In a nylon jersey dress., Florida, is a part of a Garden
sustaining members, seven Therapy Vocational Training'' From Bradford: : County
life members, one honorary ,1. Program. where the inmate
member, making a total Kathy Brown,
Farm Fresh Produce
membership of 63 members, Mary Sue Underbill, : .

including seven new mem- Larry Crawford From Bradford County .
bers.Mrs. Honored.April 22:
Linda Johns reportedthe To Wed May 3 9f4y'v Home Grown Yellow
Teenage Volunteers has a Miss Mary 5 Sue Underhill/.
membership of 17 girls. months.'y'y Mr.and Mrs.Paul L:Brown !recent'' bride' of Ronnie j :
Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Sr. : ,announce the approaching (Tomlinson, was honored at a ,( ,ENSLISM. PEASSQUASH;. ;
stated that she had made 13 marriage of their daughter linen shower April 22 given by' : ij' t '. ,.l ..!: .. <' "
dozen puppets and five aprons I+/,ync Y Kathy,to Larry Crawford,son ,.the Mary-Martha circle of the! .t ';...29STRING ,: ": W 1"1""ifl\" ,
.for the Hospitality shop and of Mr.and Mrs.Ray Crawford First Christian'Church at the' ," ''!19.: ; 'LB: kl'1r : ;:
the sales for the puppets is a of Lake Butler. fl home of Mrs..Fred Brown.. LB
good money making item. The wedding will take placeat The refreshment table was
Other money making projectsfor the Lake Butler Church of covered with a white linen
the Auxiliary are main- Christ on Saturday, May 3, at cutwork cloth and centered BEANS NEW POTATOES'
2 p.m. with the reception r$ with an arrangement spring .
I Norma Redding immediately following the flowers.
ceremony in the church Miss Underhill 'was '29" 6e
Norma Lou Redding, whose educational building.All Karen Nettles, presented a white blanket as a' LB
gift by the hostesses. .
wedding was an event of April friends and relatives are Corsage
invited to attend. William Owney were presented to the
25, was honoree at a Normans Farm:
miscellaneous shower honoree, her mother, Mrs.. Produce
givenby Wed Jack Underhill and Mrs.
April Roy
Probation the Florida Office of Parole which she& .Meth. Group 6 Tomlinson, mother of the ,Has Highest Quality:
Miss Karan Sue Nettles and groom.
is The an employee.refreshment table was Baker Will Hold Garage William Raymond Owney i fit Lowest> PriceNorman's >?

covered with white lace over riffis Sale were united in marriage
yellow linen cloth. The table Saturday'Group Saturday afternoon, April 5, Mr:and Mrs. H. A. Lawson
in the of the National
was centered with'an June 14 gardens spent Wednesday to Saturday Farm
of Lantana.
arrangement of spring '6'of the United Enquirer ,in Panama City visiting Mr.
Doctor Goddard Sherman
flowers and single yellow Methodist Women will have a and Mrs. Bill Morar and deep
tapers in silver holders. Jeff Baker of garage sale Saturday from 9 pastor of the First United sea fishing. Enroute home Produce Market
the a.m. to 4 in the Methodist Church of Boyton ,
The gift table was covered p.m. church they visited Mr. and Mrs.
with white lace over yellow approaching yard. Beach, officiated at the 'Charles Lawson >in 617 N. Temple Ave.
linen cloth decorated with daughter Free coffee will be served In double-ring ceremony. Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs.
bridal umbrella made of white to Daniel the morning., The bride is the daughter of Joe Jordan in Live Oak. 961-6071 Open Man-Sat
chiffon trimmed with lace. : son of Mr. and Ralph A. Nettles, Jr. and the
H., Griffis of paternal granddaughter of
Serving cake was Mrs. Pat Barksdale
Sparks Mrs. Ralph A, Nettles, Sr.
Williams and serving cokes
were Mrs. Judy Hansen and is planned for both former residents of
Wedding May 25 'Starke. Mrs. Owney is a
Miss Opehlia Bright.
former resident of Brooker'
'SPECIAL SALE'
Calling hours
during! party 1 (
where she received her
.. Miss Vicki Barksdale,' early
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If. :- JE The couple .isJ residing Ini'Gainesville .
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and &HttittKfirttrtf. S-V *
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'Sparks, son of Mr. and Mrs., I Mrs.f
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Sy;; SEWING SHOP, Albert the be united First Sparks,Baptist in May marriage of 25 Brooker Church,at 3.Sunday'afternoon p.m.,with wily in' '.is with Super Restaurant.in management Drugs is Sweden.associated and Mr.training Owney House wit: THIIWEEK


a reception following in the
380 S. Main Lake Butler Woman's Club of Starke.
All friends and relatives are ON1975Chevyand
invited to attend. ,Mrs. Mark Milner
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Altar, Society To Stork ShowerMrs. ,, 1

a Meet TuesdayIn Mark Milner, director'of e .
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nursing at the Starke
Parish HallSt. Nursing Home, was honoredat Olds Compact'Top
Thur, Frl & Sat a surprise stork shower last
Edward's Altar Societywill Thursday afternoon betweenthe

1 st, 2nd, & 3rd Of May hold a regular monthly hour 2:30: and 3 p.m. given
meeting on Tuesday,May 6,in by the employees of .the
the parish hall at 7:30: p.m. Nursing Home. Of The ineModels ;
H
1/2 Off All interested ladies are -The dining room area was ,
l/3 Off invited to attend. decorated with pink, blue and *
The Altar Society was yellow streamers. Cake and
represented at the Conventionof punch were served to the 30
Poly-Cotton 100% Double Knit the Chevrolet
St. Augustine Diocesan guests. Nova: LN.. Sedans .
Council of Catholic Women Mrs. Milner was'presentedan '

Free Remnants With Each Purchase held at Jacksonville Beach ,individual gift by. each
from April 27-30 '
Mrs.
Lester Humphries and by Mrs. '.. employee.Honor guests were Mrs. ::1h..oleflova: LN. Coupes .

Rlcbard Richards.. Memberswho Milner's mother, Mrs. Joseph .
>attended the Monday Kauffman and her grandmother V :
program when Bishop Paul ,. Mrs. Katheryn
Tanner concelebrated Mass at .'Hoffman! -Oldsmobile.Omega Salon Stdans.Oldsmobile
St. Paul's along with parish .

priests from the Pensacola, .

Tallahassee were:and. Mrs.Jacksonvilleareas Richard Trish Myers of Starke is : J Omega. Salon :'

Coss Mrs. Henry Stefanelli, one of eight Wesleyan College Coupes ,
Olin's Has It Mrs. John Samons and Mrs. students chosen to serve as ,
Francis Meng.Father resident advisors in dor- A. .
mitories for the 1975-76:
James Cregan school

Listen To This joined Macclenny the and St.St.Mary's Edward's of year.the functions Resident formerly advisors serve done All Th e ,Abovfe Cd f s:

parishioners. at the Con by dormitory mothers. Trish .
vention. is the daughter.. of Mr. and
Mobile Homes With A .. Mrs. John N. Myers of /
.c- Kingsley Lake. Are
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey, In I Stock Now'! '1. ;

'. Jr. and family and Johnny .
1,000 Rabat Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hoke of ,
1 Hobbs and Susan Reddish Columbia,S.C.were weekend I were Saturday guests of Mr. 'guests of Mrs. Arlen 'I;
Plus You'll Receive A and Mrs. Danny Thompson in McKnight.
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Jacksonville
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Mrs. J.R. Kite Installed Flower Show Set Vorease' atrickHonored

President Of BCH Auxiliary ,at

May 15 By UCI ,Inmates Bridal shower
Mrs J. R. Kite was installed tainingthecoffee machine, soft
president of the Bradford drink machine, and chip and himself. I I. Miss Vorease Patrick,
County Hospital Auxiliary cracker machines in the lobbyof RAIFORD -The 15th annual helps rehabilitate' bride-elect of Randy Jones,
Monday night at a covered the hospital; rummage Inmate Flower Show is again Last year .2,150 show.registeredand ..Ad.. ,was 'honored ''at a'' kitchen
dish supper meeting held in sales, fair booth and the scheduled to display' over 350 attended the and shower Tuesday night givenby
the Methodist Fellowship hospitality shop. varieties "Of plants when the mission is The free show everyoneis at Mrs. H; M. Hatcher, Jr. at
Hall With the raised the display at noon' Thurs' invited. opens
money opens her home on East Call Street.
Mrs. John W Griffin installed Auxiliary has been able to buya ,day, May 15, for three days. noon Thursday, May 15, and, \ Miss Patrick, her mother,
the following officersto suction pump for $1,175.00; The 350 specimens will closes at noon, Saturday, May Mrs. William Patrick, and the
serve with Mrs. Kite: Mrs. coffee machine $89863; and include tropical, subtropical, '17. will fcan. prospective groom's mother,)
John R. Smith, presidentelect X-ray machine for $5,000.00 III and landscape plants from the The center stage of Mrs: J. Ermie Jones were-
Mrs. Dave Shuford, for the hospital in the past Union Correctional Institu ture more than: 15 varieties vine presented corsages .made of'
some
first vice-president; Mrs. M. year. Miss Lillian Stump, .5 tion's collection of over 1,000 the Philodendron, kitchen gadgets.
A. Baldwin, second vice- finance, chairman, was varieties grown In the prison type and some heading types. 'Seasonal flowers were, used
the leaves,
Mrs. Maxie Carter, for. her efforts with The Some have holes in
president; praised greenhouse complex. leaves. ,at local points throughout the
Sr., recording secretary; Mrs. the help of all members in plants receive tender' loving some have variegated Garden Club home.. .
Louin Redding, corresponding making these projects -. care from 'the 50 inmates Certified Parmalee of Games were enjoyed' and
secretary; Mrs Olin W, possible.Mrs. FiL assigned to the' Ornamental. Judge Marjorie will head prizes were given. '
White, treasurer. M. F. Hazen, service 1 Horticulture. Jacksonville again Assisting in serving refresh-
,
Preceding the installation a awards chairman, presented In the up,,some>20 certified"' judges. ments were Mrs. William i
covered dish supper was pins and bars to the following: amounts of light, humidity, who will place a first, second each George and.Mrs, Robert W
served at tables decorated Mrs Eunice Searing a gold fertilizer, water, and tem- or third place ribbon on Milner.Th' ,
with arrangements of roses pin; Mrs. Lenore C. Foster, perature are maintained to plant.
and sweet peas. silver pinMrs.; J. R. Kite, pin give size, color, texture, and
Mrs. Baldwin, president, for 1500 hours Miss Lillian to
shape produce a specimen
; the
Featured models at Starke Homemakers fashion show Thursday, April 24 at the Agriculture ProduceInThetWarldComeiu'
presided over the meeting for 1100 hours plant. Finest
,
Stump pin ; .
Building (l-r) Mrs..LoIa Johnson In linen dress In
were : a pink ; Sonya Tenly a long poly
where annual reports were Mrs. L. C. Early, pin for 1,000 The annual flower show, :
ester print dress Kim Tenly In a long blue and white bandana print dress TedderIn
; Cathy
crepe ;
given. Mrs John R. Smith, hours; Mrs. Olin White, pin widely renowned in North ; .
a chantilly lace wedding dress with satin bodice Lucille Godwin a and white
membership chairman, for 1,000 hours, Mrs. M. A. ; yellow print Florida, Is a part of a Garden
suit Barbara Godwin In dress.Katharine .
reported the Auxiliary has 16 Baldwin, pin for 1,000 hours, pants ; a nylon Jersey Therapy Vocational Training From Bradford County
sustaining members, seven Mrs.Gladys Mooty,pin for 500 Program. where the i inmate
life members, one honorary hours Miss Arthurine Kathy Brown, Farm Fresh; Produce,
member, making a total Blanchard, pin for 400 hours, Mary Sue Underbill! .
membership of 63 members, Mrs. L. A. Canova, pin for 400 Larry Crawford From Bradford County' '
including seven new members hours, Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Honored April 22' ,
Sr., for 200 hours, Mrs. 'I Msr _
.. pin To Wed 3 3 Home Grown Yellow''r.ENSLISNPEAS
Mrs. Linda Johns reportedthe John R. Smith, pin for 200 May r Miss Mary j'Sue Underhill, .
Teenage Volunteers has a hours, Mrs. Dave Shuford, pin tw '!recent bride of'
and Mrs.Paul L.'Brown Ronnie 'SQUASH
membership of 17 girls. for 200 hours, Mrs. Jim Mr Tomllnson, was i ,
Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Sr. Lawson, pin for 100 hours ,announce the approaching ,linen shower April 22 given by :. : t. '. : ... ,: <' "
stated that she had made 13 Mrs. Linda Johns, for 100 marriage of their daughter, ," '
pin Crawford the Mary-Martha circle of the.?,, ',29e : ,i JJ ;" ;? I
dozen puppets and five aprons hours, Mrs. George Roberts, Kathy,Larry son 'First Christian'Church at the' ','I ge'LB''i"' '
.for the Hospitality shop and Sr., pin for 100 hours and Mrs. of Mr.and Mrs Ray Crawfordof AIM. home of Mrs.,Fred Brown., LB
Lake ,
the sales for the puppets is a Fred Moore, pin for 100 hours.A Butler. 1kr'?+r The refreshment table was
good money making item. total of 4,172 volunteer hours The wedding will take placeat covered with a white, linen POTATOES
ar
the Lake Butler Church of
Other in in the STRING BEANS NEW
money making projectsfor put by 18 women past outwork cloth and centered
Christ on Saturday, May 3, at2pm.
the Auxiliary are main- year. with the reception with an arrangement.of spring .

I ShowerNorma immediately following the yx flowers.Miss Underhill 'was .29': 6eLB
Norma Redding Honored At ceremony in the church Nettles
Karen LB
educational building presented a white blanket as a
Lou Redding, whose were approximate"40 fellow All friends and relatives are gift by the hostesses. Corsage'
wedding was an event of April employees along with MissRedding's invited to attend. William Owney were presented, to' the Normans Farm'Produce':
honoree her' mother
Mrs..
25, was honoree at a mother, Mrs. Louin
shower Wed April Jack Underhill and Mrs. Roy
givenby
miscellaneous Redding.
the Florida Parole & Meth. Group 6 Tomlinson, mother of the Ham Highest Quality
Probation Office of which sheis Debbie FaulknerLyn Miss Karan Sue Nettles and groom.
an employee.The Baker Will Hold Garage William Raymond Owney Ht Lowest Price
refreshment table was Broome were united in marriage
covered with white lace over Daniel Griff Sale SaturdayGroup Saturday afternoon, April 5, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson
yellow linen 'cloth. The table Wedding May 3 in the gardens of the National spent Wednesday to Saturdayin Norman's Farm
was centered with an Wedding June 14 ''s 'of the United Enquirer of Lantana. Panama City visiting Mr.
arrangement of spring Miss Debbie Faulkner and Methodist Women will have a Doctor Goddard Sherman UnitedMethodist' and Mrs. Bill Morar and deep Produce Market
of the First
flowers and single yellow Lyn Broome will be united in Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Baker of garage sale Saturday from ea.m. pastor Church of Boyton sea fishing. Enroute home
tapers in silver holders. to 4 in the church they visited Mr., and Mrs.
marriage Saturday, May 3, at announce the p.m
Hampton Beach officiated at the ,
table covered ,
The was
gift yard. Charles Lawson in 617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71 .
8 p.m in the Pine Level engagement and approaching .
with white lace over yellow double-ring ceremony.The and Mrs.
and
Church. Free coffee will be served in Tallahassee Mr.
of their daughter
Baptist
linen cloth decorated with marriage bride is the daughter of Joe Jordan in Live Oak. MonSat'SPECIAL
DameiJoseph the Open
relatives morning. .
bridal umbrella made of white All friends and are Katherine Diane, to Ralph A. Nettles, Jr. and the
invited to attend. Griffis of Mr. and
son granddaughter of
chiffon trimmed with lace. paternal
Serving cake was Mrs. Pat Mrs. James H. Griffis of Barksdale Sparks Mrs. Ralph A, Nettles, Sr. '
Williams and serving cokes Mrs. Edith Christiansen is Graham. both former residents of
were Mrs Judy Hansen and visiting her children in New The wedding is planned for Wedding May 25 Starke. Mrs. Owney is a
Miss Opehlia Bright. Orleans, La., for several June 14. former resident of Brooker SALE'
where she received her early
hours
Calling during party months. Miss Vicki Barksdale '
__ ___ __ u_ __ -- daughter, of Mr., and Mrs.,' education. _
f The couple.is residing in? ; SV-:* el
,.t.V'-k .' ,. Robert Barksdale, and Bobby | Gainesville where Mrs.* .jMMMtMW *t.fcAnMnttfoWMrf.! *W
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Sparks, son of Mr. and Mrs. rJM
associated with.
is
Albert Sparks of Brooker, wilW ';,Super Drugs and Mr. Owneyis

SET; s SEWING SHOP, afternoon be reception united First ,Baptist in May marriage following 25 Church,at 3 Sunday p.m.in witha the inthe with Restaurant.in management Sweden training House THISWEEK


Woman's Club of
380 S. Main Lake Butler Starke. ONj1975Chevyand
All friends and relatives are Mrs. Mark Milner
invited to attend. *.

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a Altar. Society To 1
f Stork ShowerMrs. '

; > Meet TuesdayIn Mark Milner, directorof .*\&ys
at the.Starke
nursing
\ Parish Hall Nursing Home, was honoredat r Olds Compact'
Fri & Sat a surprise stork shower last
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< I 1 st, 2nd, & 3rd Of May ii meeting hold on a Tuesday regular,May monthly 8, in by hour the 2:30:employees and 3 p.m.of.given the Of The' '''in'e.Mod.els. '

the parish hall at 7:30: p.m. Nursing Home. Top .
II i > All interested ladies are ,The dining room area was ,
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1/2 Off 1/3 Off invited to attend. decorated with pink, blue and .
I The Altar Society was yellow streamers. Cake and
represented at the Conventionof punch were served to .the 30
Poly-Cotton 100% Double Knit ; > the St. Augustine Diocesan guests Chrrolt'NoraLN.; Sedans
Council of Catholic Women Mrs. Milner was presentedan
held at Jacksonville Beach ,individual gift by. each
Free Remnants With Each Purchase from April 27-30 by Mrs employee. ,,1he.ol.flova:
Lester Humphries and Mrs. .- Honor guests were Mrs. L.N. Coupes .
Richard Richards., Memberswho Milner's mother, Mrs. Joseph ,
,attended the Monday Kauffman and her grand-
program when Bishop Paul mother. Mrs. Katheryn
Tanner concelebrated Mass at ',Hoffman.: "Oldsmobile ,Omega Salon Sedans
St. Paul's along with parish
priests from the Pensacola, .

Tallahassee were:and Mrs.Jacksonvilleareas Richard Trish Myers of Starke, is Oldsmobile:; Omega. Salon Coupes I

Coss Mrs. Henry Stefanelli, one of eight Wesleyan College ,
Olin' Has It Mrs. John Samons and Mrs. students chosen to serve as .
Francis Meng. resident advisors in dor- ,
Father James Cregan mitories for the 1975-76: school '

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I parishioners at the Con- by dormitory mothers. Trish .
vention. is the daughter of Mr. and .

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Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey,
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Sorority Held Initiation April 21

Following n Klx-iM.il phvige,: ''''''I'III'II insignia. Ernestine Denmark. !I r------ .
service on Moiul.ix' nlglu,: !h'1'altCC8. Hamilton, devotional was given by fflte /V Jl
April 21, Alpha ij.mim.i: president assisted by Gladys Lucille Johns and the business @I I
chapter of Alpha Ocliu kappa. |<|' 'riumi.is. t Kincstine: McRae, session was, presided over by 64-ide
held its initiation ccrcmom in Bath l<*i.i/ior and Evelyn Mrs. Hamilton I
St. Mark's Parish House.' Sinclair. conducted the CfaJ.fi' Wooty Society Jil0t
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before a table centered \\nil :.1 t following n.nwmbers was A color scheme of green and
cornucopia containing a pinned l hy her sponsor: Terry yellow was used on the Little Women'sClubWillMeet
yellow, violet and olive tlonil Ive.v. Nancy I Demon, Jeanne refreshment table which Shelia Magyari-Harry Evans, Jr. Mr. & Mrs, J, Gregory Celebrated50th
arrangement. Placed at cither Loper, Sam Scluilt/, Sondra featured an arrangement of
end were \the Greek letteis 11"1'111'kkl Powell Ann Anniversary Apr. 1 12
Alpha Delta. Kappa and the Ragan. S\'hin T.ilnni and day lillies. Wedding April 4 At Pine LevelMiss Y Monday NightThe I

Mr. and Mrs. Judge
Shelia y, Magyar!, Gregory of Hampton Little Women's Club
will meet Monday night at 8
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. John celebrated their 50th wedding
Magyari, Jr. of Starke, and p.m. at the club house. i
anniversary April 12''in the
Each member is 'asked
Harry Woo Evans, Jr., son of Civic Center in Lake Butler to
Harry W. Evans Sr. of Jacksonville with ,. );: bring a prospective member.
a family reunion. fA NV'i
Hostesses will be Debbie
and Mrs. Maynard
A MOTHERS DAY Rice of Titusville, were unitedin f fJ Their daughter Mrs. G. L. Branson, Pam Tucker,
marriage April 4 at 8 p.m.. Wright of Miami and son, Joe Brenda Roberts Karen
in the Pine Level Baptist Gregory of Tallahassee, Glover Gloria Strickland
Church of Starke with\ Rev. s a ,x assisted by their granddaughters Melissa Kutledge, Nancy
John Strickland performingthe served cake and Ormsbee, and Kathy Locke 1f
I '. nuptials. coffee during the afternoon. UDC TO MEETWEDNESDAY r
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Highlighting the altar for Out-of-town guests were Mr. : I
'the candlelight ceremonywere 'and Mrs. Robert Trowbridge, The W. T. Weeks chapter
two standing baskets of of Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs. UDC will meet Wednesday,
white gladioli, pink carnationsand Glenn Wright and childrenand and the Louis May 7 at 3 p,m. at the home of
lavender Mrs. Martha Newsome of arrangements
pompoms
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against a background of Miami Virgile Newsome of Mann family. Mrs. Guy il i
branched candelabra with I Orlando Mr. and Mrs. ______ I ___ l
lighted tapers. A garland of Rudolph Newsome of 'j
smilax was draped in front of illusion.. She carried a cascade Coleman Mr. and Mrs. A. C
the altar and candles with fern bouquet of carnations Newsome and son, Larry, of
decorated the window sills. A reception was held at the Dunnellon,Charley Newsome, ,
Miss Charlotte Whitehead, home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Tommy-Newsome and &* Joe, Usher J
Y organist presented a pro-, Standing in the receiving, line three sons, Mrs. Janice .
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Shop gram of nuptial music.. were the bride and groom, Singleton and three childrenof 555 S W 3rd, Lake Butler
Donald Magyari, brother of their parents and attendants. St. Petersburg Mr.; and
the bride, attended as,,best Mrs Pete Thomas kept the Mrs. W T. Newsome of Ca 496-2126
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I GROckS 1'S I While Mrs. Donald Magyari, sis- white lace cloth and centered 'Also attending from Starke
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IS Selection Miss Sue Johns and Miss Lori bells. At the base of the cake
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Merritt Island were bridesmaids : The punch table was covered
Is The matron of honor with floor length white
RIGHT6FOR and attendants were dressed lace cloth and was centered
Good alike in floor length, low neck," with a silver fountain punch BIG brazier
lavender satin gowns with an bowl.
empire waist line. They worea Mrs. Fred cut the
lavender net bow headpieceand cake and Mrs. Billy Williams
carried bouquets of red assisted in serving
.roses. Following a wedding trip to
Kim Rice served as flower Disney World the couple is
girl and Dennis Magyari was residing at Lake Geneva.
YOU ring bearer. The bride is employed by I a
Given in marriage by her the Division of Family Ser
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2J y..K-", UMW MembersWill 4- (BPW Club HoldsNomination P OPof YOIJJrJOW


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stieh of Mrs. Myrtle Anderson spent Meet TuesdayAt Of ,
I Tallahassee were weekend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mr.and Mrs. Richard Welty
guests of Mrs. Wilma Cox. John Anderson In Callahan. F.W. Strickland'sThe Officers Monday Dowling, Mrs. Mae Jones and family spent the weekend
Mrs. Nelle Moore and Mrs. with Mr. Welly's grand-
Mrs. Lillian Pearson was Ola McCleary of Jacksonvillewere mother, Mrs.Jessie Kintzer in
United Methodist nominated president of the Saturday brunch guestsof Winter Haven and celebratedMrs.
J & J ContractorsCement Women, including all five BPW club for 1975-76 at its Miss Madge Middleton. Kintzer's 92nd birthday.Mr. .
groups, will meet Tuesday, meeting Monday night held in
May 6, at 6:30: pm. at the the Chamber of Commerce Judge and Mrs. Elzle and Mrs. Marjell Dobbsof
And Masonry home of Mrs. F. W. Stricklandon building.Nominated. Sanders and sons spent the Madison were Saturday
Kingsley Lake for a to serve with weekend In Ridgeland, S.C. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
All Work Guaranteed covered dish dinner and, Mrs. Pearson were Madge attending the Sanders family Whitehead.,
general meeting. Frick, first vice-president reunion.
Group 5 will be in charge of ; Mr. and Mrs Marion
Della Rosenberg, second vice-
I
Free No the program. president; Sonia Camp Mr. and Mrs. Rodney ,Eskridge of Orlando 'were
I recording secretary; MildredTye Herlong of Jacksonville were weekend guests of her
I Esther Romero corresponding secretary Sunday visitors of their brother-and sister-in-law, Mr.
Estimate Obligation .. and EvelynHaney., grandmother, Mrs. W. F, and Mrs. Homer Stearns.
Shower HonoreeMiss treasurer. Mrs. Pearson chose Herlong.
of Mrs. Dansworth, district Mrs. Audrey' Wambley of
473-2000 Esther Romero chairman to be installing Mr.: and Mrs. Brian Jacksonville visited her
TF Tampa,of bride-elect Starke, director of Don of officer on May 14 at 7 p.m. at Hamilton visited Mr. and Mrs. sister,Mrs. Tullie Norman, on
Hardy the Chamber of Commerce. Fred Thomson in Tallahassee. Sunday.Mr. .
the First
at Baptist
music Mrs. Bea Kimmons, over the weekend ,and at-
Church of Keystone Heights president presided over the tended the golf tournament at and Mrs. Gerald
bridal
honored
at
was a business meeting.. It was Killeram Country Club. Norman and sons of
shower Friday night April 25 announced that Joyce Yirak Jacksonville were dinner
Produce Has Changed Owners at the Pastorium in
Dowling Baptist has been transferred to Fort Woods of guests of Mr. and Mrs".J. A..
Keystone Heights. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. '
Pierce. Edgars on Wednesday of last
Griffis Is The New Owner Hostesses were Mrs. Lola Bea Kimmons and EvelynA. Pine Harbor Ga. visited Mrs. week.
James
Carroll, Mrs. Liza Cannon, Haney attended the district Ewell Lawson several days
Mrs. Josie Chestnut Mrs. last week. Mr. and Mrs. W.
L.
meeting April 20 at FlaglerInn Thomas
Griffis ProduceUS Anabel Loudon.Anthony and Mrs. Ada Mrs. Hunter Honored where the Starke members Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy returned last Friday from a
weeks visit with their son-in-
presented a workshop of
The hostesses presented the Thrasher and daughter, Traci
honoree with a set of stainless Mr.and Mrs.Henry Hunter are pictured with three of their .the district on the bicen- Jo, of Winder Ga. spent law and daughter, Rev. and
children Mrs. Hunter's 83rd dinner at their homeon tennial. Mrs. F. L. Starling in
301 & Hwy 100 steel and chest as a mementoof at birthday Thursday to Monday with .
the occasion. Griffis Loop Sunday,Apr. 20. The party was attended by a ..c- .... their grandmother, Mrs. E. Arlington, Texas.
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For The Best Produce Around ., Out-of-town guests were large group of relatives and friends from Starke and out-of- W. Hayes. Local admittances to
Wells and Sharon town.Standing with the Hunters are Mrs. Gladys Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Candy Graham
Specials Of The Week Lassater of Tampa, Mrs. and Mrs. Gertrude Towery, of Jacksonville, and Bill Keene, attended the Florida Fashion Mrs. Nelson Green, Miss Bradford week include County: Mrs.Hospital Mildred tins

Charles Hardy, mother of the Houston, Texas. ., Mart in Tampa last week and Beth Wimberly, Mrs. Don Thigpen, Mrs. Sarah
prospective groom, Mrs. also visited their soninlawand Hardenbrook and Mrs. Joe
Strickland, Thomas Stokes,
Dr.Donald Chubb of Winter Mrs. Martha Johnston of
Charles Francis, Mrs. Robert daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bakken visited friends and
Mrs. Alice Skinner Troy
Park was Saturday luncheon Miami and Charles Burton of Richard relatives in Kissimmee
Milner, Jr. and Mrs. Don Wohlgamuth. <<, Eagle
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Port St.. Lucie the Grizzell and Mrs. Ida Pugh,
Neel, all of Starke. guest spent Lake and Winter Haven last
rr Thomas. weekend with their sister, P. T. Nolin is convalescingat Thursday. Starke; Mrs. Blanche Hardy
M *t M 1 and Gerald Brown Jr.,
(1 Mrs. James Barron. home after being confined
in Wire Grass, Hospital in Mr. and Mrs. Louin Redding Hampton; Mrs. Ada Howell,
BRAIJBARBER Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Butler Mrs.Jo Busbee
annual Lake ; ,
Geneva, Ala. for four weeks attended the First
Smith of Rochester,N.Y Elise
were Mrs. Elsa Ekland, Mrs.
heart attack. reunion in
following a Thomas family
FORDSHOP visiting Mrs. Neuna Keen and Hansen and Mrs. Alice
\ 9 daughter, Carolyn, over the Patterson, Ga. on Sunday. Merriwether, Keystone
Med EGGS Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Mcintyre -
weekend. Heights Mrs. Maggie Hodge,
r and sons of Ponte Vedra ;
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Brooker and Richard Norton,
L I ) $135 and Mrs. Billy Hall and Mrs. ;
2 Y. Doz. visitedhis
I Is Morin E May 1stWalnut Mrs. Leona Gunter, Mrs. Lucille McKinnon of Orlando Pickering of Lakeland Lawtey
Flat t Ruby Smith, ,Mrs. Exlona were Sunday visitors of Mr., mother, Mrs.' L. N.
To 119 S. St. Jones and Mrs. D. G. Borumof and Mrs. J. H. DuPre. Pickering, overnight Brad Carter Holds/
PERRETS White IrishPOTATOES Branford were Last Tuesday.
(Across From Bad cock's Furniture) Wednesday visitors of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smith
MILK S' 49 QQC Still Owned & OperatecI t By Your,Friendly Barber' Walla Lipsey and Mrs. FosterE and children, Mrs. Foster Shi Mrs. Lou Struth is con- Office Criminal
Shi Smith. Smith and Mrs. Walla Lipsey valescing at home after eye
Gal 20 LbS, I I HEMAN, ALLEN I visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon surgery Wednesday of last Justice GroupBrad
Shimer and children in St. week in Alachua General
Augustine Sunday and Hospital. Visiting their Carter, son of Mr. and
celebrated little Leanne mother over the weekendwere Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., has
Shimer's fifth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Struth been elected vice president of
and sons of Plant City, Mr. The American Criminal
and Mrs. Bobby Case and Justice Association Florida
StorLSBS
5ttoL Sunk -At children of Lake City, Nancy State University Chapter,

Struth of Gainesville and Tallahassee, Fla.
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LAWTEY ,

Grace United Methodist Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wanda Cutshaw and .. Mulberry. On Saturday Lee. Other guests were Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Lane Carter and daughter daughter, of Virginia, and evening all of them went to and Mrs. Charles Gaston, of Anders.Mr. .
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Madeline, of Miami, were Miss Nancy Prevatt, of by Elizabeth Terry Lake Asbury for a cookout at Starke, on Saturday. and Mrs. J. F,
7:30: p.m. United Methodist weekend guests of his mother, Gainesville, were Wednesday spending several weeks here Jacksonville. Grandparentsare the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Mrs.Pierce Crews and Mrs. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Choir Mrs. Lois Carter, and brother dinner guests of their grandparents with her mother, Mrs. Rossie Mr. and Mrs Donald Purser. On Sunday all of them W. F, Atwood attended the Cowan, and Mrs. Edith
Practice 7:30: p.m. Wednesday and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reddish.Mr. Wilkison, Sr., of Lawtey, and attended the Richardson wedding of Miss Mary Sue Swinney attended services at
Mrs. Charles Carter and Prevatt. .and Mrs. Buddy Ruis, of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Medlock, Reunion. Underhill and Ronnie Little Springs near Lake
The United Methodist family. Mrs. Alene Armstrong, of Starke, were Sunday guests of of Jacksonville. Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs. Tomlinson on Saturday nightat Butler, on Sunday morning
Women will meet at the Steve Darlington, FloydNorman Lakeland, Mrs. Galdys their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Wilma Wainwright W. F. Atwood attended a Madison Baptist Church.Mr. and met some friends there.
church Tuesday, May 6, at 10 and son, of Thompsonaand daughter, of Mrs. Carl Prevatt. spent Wednesday to Friday bridal luncheon shower. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Later in the afternoon Mr. and
Jacksonville, E. C. Carter and Kissimmee, Mrs. John L. Bobby Bennett, of Holly with her daughter, Mrs. Pat Tuesday night at the home of visited their cousin, Carr Mrs.'C. A. North and family,
a.m.The Administrative Board son, of Middleburg, Mr. and Rocker, of Clermont spent the Mill, was an overnight guest of Sanders, and girls 'of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, of Colley, In Frazier Hospital, of Mrs. S. L. Swindell and sons,
Meeting will meet Sunday Mrs. Frederick Prescott, Mr. weekend with their sister, his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Oral Jacksonville. Other guests of Starke, honoring Miss Mary Macclenny, on Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beach, of
Evening, May 4. and Mrs, Vaughan Prescott Mrs. Flossie Rosier. While Tanner and family during the Mrs. Wainwright over the Sue Underhill. The ladies of and Mrs. C. K. Cowan Jacksonville came for a
Friday, May 2, there will bea and family, of Kingsley Lake here they attended the funeralof week. weekend were Mr and Mrs. First Christian Church were were Saturday overnite guestsof family gettogether.Miss .
Youth Banquet 7 p.m. at the and Mrs. Darlene Norman their Uncle W. O. Rains, at Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jesse Starling, of Bartow, Mr. hostesses.Mr. their parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Vicki Reddish and
Lawtey Elementary School. and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Madison on Friday. Wilkison Jr. of Jacksonville, and Mrs. John E. Starling, of and Mrs. Glen Ray F, Robertson.Mr. Randall, of State Farm, were
Dr. Ira Conley, of Gainesvillewill Carl Norman and sons were Mrs. Don Henley, of Jericho are the proudparents of a son, Eaton Park, Mrs. Carroll Alford of Mayport were and Mrs.James Anders Wednesday dinner guests of
be the Speaker; Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Springs Missouri, returned to Robert Allen,born April 22, in Starling Mrs. Deloris Lanier weekend guests of Mr. and and family of Palatka were their grandparents, Mr. and
and Mrs. Leonard Norman. her home Sunday after, St. Vincents Hospital, and daughter, Debbie, of Mrs. Barry Watts and Barry weekend guests of their Mrs. Les McClellan.
Highland Baptist Church -
Sunday School 9:45: a.m'l
Worship Services 11 a.m. and
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting

.r Wednesday at 7 p.m. USDA GR. 'A' QUICK FROZEN DIo1E1, SAVE ,rTti

LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS 4'a;
The School Advisory ,
Committee will meet on BAKING HENS
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Thursday evening at 7 p.m. at '
the school. Plans for the an- "
nual school report will be i49 luLl ,
discussed. Interested citizensare ...
encouraged to participate.The ( .
new playground 4 TO 6
equipment has been installed ,
and the r '
Lawtey Community
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Correctional Center is to be IB. AVG.
thanked for their assistance. LDL '
Report cards will go out \. y *

Friday, May 2. "" 3'9.r

PERSONALSMrs. ...
Horace Cox, of Waldo, "....-. LB. Rights ryF
spent Tuesday with her -- eEEF PEO"
mother, Mrs. P. L. Dinkins.Mr. .
MAY tHRU WED. MAY 7
and Mrs. Richard PRICES GOOD THURS. 1 TR19y'NC: '

Durban, of Woodstock, Ga., :
spent the weekend with their
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Durban W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF CHUCK W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING


community and relatives.Sincere family Sympathy is extended and of other the to POT ROAST RIB ROAST CRISCOLimit


Mrs. O. J. Boyette Sr., and
other relatives due to the I 'of choice; with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
death of Mr. Boyette Sr., who
passed away Monday in Lake .
City. Our prayers are with 19

them.Miss Elizabeth, Terry spent $ $ $
from Wednesday to Friday
with her sister, Mrs. C. E.
Strickland,of Gainesville. She ..IWIIHMINT OIAOIOU 169 EZt4'4 18WD
also visited with her nephewand ( S. CHOICE, 3
nieces. Mr. and Mrs. Don CARVE A1TOR
Parceluzzi, Mrs. Joe Bason, PUM VEOITASU
Strickland.Cecil Cowan and Miss Sarah LB. B LB. OVEN Shortening LB;

Wilson Hayes, of El Paso, READY 3 $ 28 CAN
Texas, visited his Uncle and CAN
Aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. _
Anders for a short time on
Sunday. 1-LB. BAG EUSE
Those attending the funeralof BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF :=
Otis J. Boyette,Sr.,in Lake or 1-LB. ASTOR
City on Thursday were Rev. .
and Mrs. John Steitz, Robert CHUCK ROAST ( .ILS'JEAK COFFEE
Lee, Mrs. Mae Wells, and ; .,:;' YIA) 1 t .
Miss Arthurine Balnc harde Ii, **/***
Mike Dobbs, Misses Sandra 'Limit' 1 of choice with 7.50 or more purchati excluding cigarette
Dobbs, April Stephens, and
Martha Smith, went to
Tallahassee Thursday with
Trinity Chorus, of Jackson-
ville, and sang for the
Governor and the House of .ovI1MMI I 61..1u.

attended Representatives.the Gulf Coast They Music also s. CHOICE Food S 78sW
Festival in Bainbridge Ga. tamps
The Chorus received a rtllerat 1-LB.
superior rating. Miss Sandra LB. Ls, Winn-Dixie
Dobbs received a Superior
I Rating in Voice Solo.
Mrs.Linme Harris aad Mrs.
Pansy Knight, of Maxville,
were Thursday dinner guests
of their sister, Mrs. Harold
Eunice and Julius. Other D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKS HARVEST FRESH .(NO HEAD OVER 33c)
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF DEL MONTE CUT

!Mrs.guests\ Norma during the Jean week Parrish were, Delmonicos ,. LB $239 Sh ribs . 89CGreenBeans.3 CANS:: $100] Lettuce.. . u.25C
Mrs. Grace !Lang, and Mrs. USDA INSP. W D BRAND PURE (WHEN YOU PURCHASE MORTON SPAGHETTI & MEAT. BEANS & FRANKS SALISBURY.
Bonnie Padgett, of Maxville. 3 IB, S IB,or 10 IB PROS) W 0 HOICE BEEF BONELESS THRIFTY MAID TURKEY TETRAZZINI. MEAT LOAF CHICKEN OR

J !Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Tom Fred Casey Moore and, Ground Beef. LB 66 Stcw Meat . LS. $139 1 Peaches . 2 290a.CANS $100 Beet Dinners .. 2 PROS.iioRKEE: $1 1 1MILD
DEL MONTE PINEAPPLEJUKe THRIFTY' MAID BARUETT
family, Johnny Hobbs, Miss CURED SHANK PORTION HICKORY ASTOR
and Susan Mrs.Reddish J. W.of Thomas Starke, Mr.and Smoked Ham LB. 79C . .. 2 6'oa CANS, $1 1 Pears . 2, 2Bo CANS. $1 1 Orange Juice 6 CANS 60a. $1

Jay, of Live Oak, Mr. and HICKORY SWEETSliced DEL MONTE DIXIE DARLING EDWARDS LEMON MERINGUE OR
Mrs.Chuck Moore and Bob, of I LBPKO 'AS $100 Dinner Rolls 49.... $1
Lake City. Mrs. Seeb An. Bacon : $119] Catsup..3 :' GS. Apple Pie . SSIZI.:" ; $169
drews, Debbie and DEL MONTE FRESH FLORIDA .
Randy, of SWIFT PREMIUM CANNED. .(SLICED 55 391) SUPERBRAND WHIPPED

met Wildwood at the and home Mickey of Mr.Moore andMrs 'Whole Ham 4 CAN LB $499 Tomato Juice 2 CANS $100 Oranges; ._ . 8W.G 79C Topping . 2 Sa s $100

Danny Thompson and FRESH SHOULDER BLADE BOSTON BUTT DEL MONTE EARLYGarden U S. No.1 I REGULAR VENT VUE MINUTE MAID LIMEADE OR'

Saturday family, of for Jacksonville a Birthday, on Pork Roastf . LB.88c Peas 3 CANS':: $100 Potatoes, i, '. ,. 10 A 59C Lemonade ,,. 6 CANS $149
Luncheon, honoring their
father, Fred Moore, on his

birthday.Mrs. John Morris and THRIFTY MAID DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE OR SUPERBRANDTOMATOES
Deborah, of Rockville Ind., i TWIN POPS, FUDGE BARS; 1
spent a week with her
parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest W. K. CORN ICE CREAM SANDWICHES.,
and Lamar. While here the
Priests and Mrs. Morris and Limit 3 with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette or ICE CREAM BARS
daughter went to the home of
her Uncle and Aunt, Mr. and .
Mrs. G. R. Summerlin, of
Lake City, for a family get- $ .
together. Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Williams and family, of
Wellborn, and the Donny 3 .3 $1 1289
A Williams met them family there.of Lake.City


\ sister visited Eunice J.T.Godwin Mr.his on Sunday.brother-in-law and, of Mrs.Gainesville Harold andA 28-oz.CANS 7-oz.CANS.


Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
went on a trip recently andcalled "
on their niece, Mrs. DEL MONTE FRUIT DIXIE DARLING FAMILYBREAD FRESH FLORIDA YELLOWCOCK.TAIL
. Opal Marshburn, of
t Tallahassee, another nephewand
' i niece Mr. and Mrs CORN
7, Devane Williams, of Bonifay, ,
' three cousins York Colson, ..
: and Mr. and Mrs. ''
Clyde Kelly .
, i f and a college friend Mr. andMrs "
\. W. S. Yates, of Pen-
sacola, also visited a nephews
family, Mr. and Mrs.' E. L. ,
.: Kelly Jr.. and Mrs. and Mrs.
! Doyle Eubanks, and son Ray, 3 $1 3 $1'

of Eubanks Panama was City.a former Mrs.< 1 0

"a + years.teacher at Lawtey for several 17-CANS.. LOAVES 20-... ,

i : i Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis EARS
and family, and Mrs. Mamas ,toooQOOO
Griftis and children, of
Palatka, visited their mother

( Mrs.Mrs. Daisy Nellie Boch Wilkinson and Lynn, fitter on, (= ( ( !) (r JIDGJI][$ .

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Blue Grass Convention Error Made'In Obituaries .. '':..-. -.: I Mormon Missionaries


Is Pig Draw In LawteyThe Reporting Rev. R.L. Lee PINE LEVEL '. ,

Walling Verdict BAPTIST[ CHURCH Laboring In Starke Area
Rev.Richard Lee,Sr. 82. ,I JOW ITftttRLAH'MUM ,
third annual Springtime Ken Clark of Jacksonville of Route 1, Starke, diedMonday I'-- .
The headline in
a news story
organized the first festival in
Bluegrass Convention drew in last week's April 28, in Bradford Two missionaries from the
several thousand music enthusiasts October 1971 at a different site Telegraph County Hospital after a brief "Tii '
stated lieu or Church of Jesus Christ of
: "Walling Convicted in
to the new festival west of Lawtey. After movingto illness. Born in ''Putnam MlllllfCKUtCR. J Latter Day Saints (Mormon)
Nov 6 Robbery"Our
grounds .near Lawtey last a location near Orange : County on Nov. 7, 1892, he had ._ are presently laboring in the
weekend. Park'for a while, he broughtthe been an ordained Baptist I --' "T Starke-Bradford
County
festival back to attention has been area.
Lawtey,
minister since 1942, and has They are Elder David
with its home located called to the. fact that
new just althoughthe served as pastor at New
Hope : Brooks and Elder
Four miles west of Starke Jeffrey
Overnight campers, off SR-225. charge against the defen- on
Baptist Church in Palatka, ,,
Williams. Elder Brooks
arriving to spend a music- dant was robbery, the jury ar SR-100. Church phone, 964- is
filled weekend, jammed the returned verdict of of Carraway Baptist Church at 6490. Parsonage, 964-6407. from Sandy, Oregon and w
a guilty
'The annual Carraway, Barden
event has grown Baptist Elder Williams is from Salt
Bible
Sunday School
40-acre site and crowded 10
grand larceny, a lesser of-
much fasterthan Church at Bardin, and Bethel .
under the newly constructed expectedand fense. a.m. Sunday Morning Wor- Lake City, Utah.Missionaries
stage area shelter for the is drawing all ages to the Baptist Church, Starke. ship, 10:50: ; Sunday Evening from the Mormon -
The this -
Telegraph regrets Ji
Surviving Is his wife
family style entertainment ,
continuous entertainment. ,Training 6 p.m. Sunday Church spend two yearsof
error in reporting the jury'sverdict
Clark said. Huldah Prevail Lee two
; sons, Evening Worship, 7 their time at their own Jit
p.m.
R.. L. Lee, Jr. and Herman Wednesday expense sharing the messageof
Evening
Lee, all of Starke; four Worship, 7:30.: Choir the restored Gospel of Jesus t
daughters, Mrs., Dorothy Missionary To Rehearsal, 8:30.: Christ and the fact that there 1 L
-" Lizenbee, Mrs. Doris Stewart, Thursday Visitation, 7 are twelve living apostles anda
'" rI'i Mrs. Lorine Sanders and Mrs. pm prophet on the earth today
Irene Brooks, also of Starke;', Be HonoredAt Sunday Evening Teen who receive current revela-
M'f Singers practice, 5
,: f1 g l \ \ I West one half-brother Palm Beach, Robert; Lee two, Pine LevelGail Meeting Teen 8 School a.m. p.m.Tuesday Prayer,, his tion children.from God to. guide us as Elder. Jeffrey Williams

sisters, Mrs. Delia Silcox and across from High School on They would like to share this II
Mrs. Lessie Silcox, both of Reddish, missionary to 301. Bring your Bible. important message with you
6'B .Starke; 23 grandchildren, and Peru, South America, will be Hear the Radio Ministry of and explain how you can knowof
You Gould Get O 25 greatgrandchildren.Funeral returning to the United States the Pine Level Baptist Church its truth.
A o services will beheld and will be honored In the 8:30: p.m. Sunday Morning on If interested please call 964- ,
O at 3 p.m. Thursday in morning services and evening WPXE.. 8320 or 964-8467.
Bethel Baptist Church with services of the Pine Level
Rev. Alfred Johns and Rev. Baptist Church this Sunday.
FORD PICK-UP CheapWell Jim Wooten officiating. In- She will give a report to the St. Mark's HOMECOMINGAT f
terment will be in Kingsley church Sunday morning, and BAYLESS HIWAY
Lake Cemetery with DeWitt show slides Sunday evening ffMSCOptt, Bayless Hiway Baptist
I iC. Jones Funeral Home in with refreshments served at Church will observe their
charge. the close of the evening ser- ChurchChurch annual Homecoming on
Bryon Terwfllegar. Sunday, May 4, with Sunday
vice.Miss Reddish is a 1957 .n! JiebMfi 8tr..t. School at 10:15: and preaching
Walter StewartWalter graduate of Bradford County THE KEVVIOHN" M. FLYNN. at 11:15.: Dinner will be servedat ,

( r Has BroUght Back High School, a 1962 graduateof 1:45.: ,
Stewart, 90, of Park- Tennessee Temple College, WEEKLY SCHEDULE There will be special singing
Of-The-Palms, Keystone Chattanooga, Tennessee, and in the afternoon.
The Good Ole Days Heights, died Saturday, April,, received her doctorate degreein Thursday, ''May 1st 3:30: 'invited Several quartets have been
26, following an illness of sev- 1974' from the Manaus p.m. Brownie Troop No. 127; and all churches are "
eral months. Baptist Seminary in Manaus, 7:30: p.m. Senior Choir welcome to come. and bring Elder David Brooks
Born in Ireland 'on Oct. 14, Brazil. Practice. your singers.
F-100 FORD PICKUP 1884, Mr. Stewart moved to Miss Reddish is the Sunday, May 4th. 8:30: a.m. Rev. Russell Harris, pastorof Help scientists find the
Keystone Heights from Day- daughter'of .Mr and Mrs. Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m. the church, will bring the answer to the riddle of cancer.
Short Wheel Base tona Beach in 1971. he was a Rodman Reddish on Bayless Church School; 11:00: a.m. morning message.Information. Give to the American Cancer
retired grocer, a member of Highway of Starke, and a Holy Eucharist.; ,It Society's research program.(
the Odd Fellows, and was a member on the Pine Level Monday,May 5th-3:30: p.m.
302 V-8, Paint Stripe member of the Church of the Baptist Church on highway Junior Choir Practice; 5:30: Needed On Unmarked .
Brethren, ParkOfThePalms. 100 west of starke. She has p.m. Brownie Troop No. 604. r',
Gauges, Power Steering Bumper Cigar Lighter served 12 years in Peru, South Tuesday, May 6th 3:30: Graves Dyal Cemetery- '\J
Survivors include his wife, America, going out under the p.m. Girl Scout Troop No. 614;
Virginia Stewart; a son, sponsorship of the Pine Level 7:30: p.m. Vestry Meeting. Anyone who can identifyany Assistance is needed to
Walter A. Stewart of New Baptist Church in 1963. unmarked graves in Dyal determine which plots are
Canaan, Conn.; a daughter, Everyone is invited to attend Cemetery is asked to meet owned. The'association intends
., p Mrs. Marguerite Lucanio of the services this Sundayas Saturday, May 3, at 8:30: a.m. to plot what it can and
$3500TERWIIiLEGAR New Canaan Conn.; 10 grand- the church welcomes Miss to assist the Dyal Cemetery start selling lots, Mrs.. Odom
4343.00 4 f. .children and 13 great grand-' Reddish home. Association in platting sta tes.

,. ;" children. gravesites.The .
,
Services were held Sunday newly formed cemetery
afternoon, April 27, in, the Obituaries: association plans to begin the CEMETERY WORKING
MOTORSReg. Park-Of-The-Palms Chapel sale of plots, according to
with Robert J. Willey officiat- J.W.Glisson Mrs. Vernie Odom, secretary- There will be a working of
iJ ing. Following services the treasurer, and needs to know the Beulah Baptist Church old
FORD 9206 W. MADISON ST. remains were sent to New John W. (Bill) Glisson, 62, a V.a what is available to sell. The cemetery Saturday, May 10
TRUCKS Canaan, Conn for ,,burial. former resident of Starke association has been formed Turkey Trot road gate wil'
J 'I Local arrangements were died Sunday, April 27. He was C121Q and chartered, she says. be open 7:30: a.m. to 8:45: a.m.
964-7200 under direction of DeWitt C. born in Starke on Feb.10, 1913, iI ii i
Jones Funeral Home. and moved to Florahome four i
,
months ago. He was a veteranof Sunday: Baptist Men's
World War II, a member of Breakfast,7:30: a.m.;,Morning ., I Why Pay Rent '
i ,,. ;,,:j I II the American Legion, and Worship, 11 a.m.; Church'Tralnlngt I.i .
Moose Club No. 2035.-He'had-'' : .
6"t5 Evening* : "d' .
I ...1 p.m. 4H! "* t
been employed as a plumber Worship, 7:30: p.m. When,lou Can ,,
?.. i before his illness. Monday: Girls Ensemble,
Surviving is a daughter, 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir Own
Mrs. Myrna Mae Griffis, of Practice, 7pm.Tuesday Your OwnNewUsedRepos I;
Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Zena : Baptist Women's
\ Felton, Key West, and Mrs. Council Meeting 10 a.m.;
Cora Gates, of South Business Session, 10:45: a.m.;
pia Carolina; and two grand- Program, 11:15a.m.: ; CoveredDish
\ children. Luncheon, 12 noon,
Funeral services were held Junior Choir&Handbells, 3:20: Doublewides starting at $7550 ,
; at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the p.m.; Association Baptist .
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Men's Supper at Beulah 1
Singlewides starting at $41 95
Rev. Leroy Olive officiating.
Baptist Church, 6:30: p.m.;
Interment was in Crosby Lake
: Craft Class, 7 p.m.
Cemetery. Wednesday: Family Night Used Homes As Low As $2650FHA
Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday 1
Mrs. Alma HoughMrs. School Workers Meeting Financing available On Selected Doublewides
f R.A., G.A.; Acteens, World -
JJ .'Alma Hough, 88, died Friends, Missions Friends,
Tuesday, April 29, in the 6:45p.m.: ; Hour of Power, 7:30:
., s Starke Nursing Home after a p.m.; Church Choir Practice.; Blilhf Phone
long illness. She was born in Trustee Meeting 8:15: p.m. M
1 Cn l Bradford County on Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: .378-1379
Y i November 8, 1886, the a.m.; Music Makers Choir, ,00
'NFCPMATION daughter of the late H. E. and 3:20: p.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m.
,1 NEW { Della Tumblin Lagergren. Friday: Sunday School 4577 N. W. 13th Street Gainesville
ACCOUNTS : .- Before her retirement Mrs. Workers Banquet, 7 p.m.

__ Hough had a long career as
,. stenographer and secretarywith
several prominent at-
At &.t torneys in Starke and

Jacksonville, and was' also

A Winning Season Takes A Lot Of Abstract associated Co.with during the the Bradford periodof Now Open

the Florida land boom. At
one time she was secretary to
Behind Th.e.SG.n;: Planning Dr. Hulley, president of
Ai Stetson University, and ,BUCK'S FLEAHwy
served as secretary to the .
\ Bradford County draft board
: By Management. .. during World War II. She wasa MARKET Putnam Hall,, i\
member of the First Baptist 6 Mi E.; Of Keystone

| Our Management Has A Plan Designed To Meet Your active Church in of the Starke woman's and circle was

work for :
many years. 473.2067.Office' or'473-2514. Home
t, Aflat Or Tax Sheltered Mrs. Hough is survived by
)' dpeCiriC N a ., one son, Merrill G. McMillan, S
Retirement Plus and two grandchildren. ?'"
Funeral services will beheld e Q; "I .
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Pass .Book. Tim. KEOGH a''' at 10:30: a.m. Thursday in CO"od% q (%. .OV'" ( o."TC

Saving 't Certificate: : .IRfl Plans with the DeWitt Rev. C.Ben Jones Bryant Chapel of- (} 'iO"


i Commercial OP Horn Mortgage Money follow ficiating.in the Interment Crosby Lake will

Cemetery. .
J ( The family has requested no.
Federal flowers.
Guaranty
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O. J. Boyett, 77

Sayings and Loan Assoc. "-

Otis J.. Boyett, 77, of Lake wusnt-mimsfttws
.. City, father of O. J. Boyett of ,
Here's What! You Earn Lawtey died April 21 at the \ I .
,395.Madison St., Veterans Hospital in Lake IDlI 1I1111111l111'f11Ut41TM,
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Annual Annual Minimum Minimum Typ.of City.Mr
Or Call 964 5000 .. Boyett was a native of '
,. Yield R. Term lnv.stm.nt Account Kist'e eisW
1 Geneva County, Albama, the Gold 'o $
son of the late Harmon and s6'
D '7,790' 7.50V -1-IOYrs.:' '100.000 Certificate Mary HaU Boyett and had Bag
,yr, '7.790'. 7.50% 4 Yre t.ooOCeII'cale', lived in Lake City since 1937. 50. .FurtherDlacounta
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698. 6.75% 2V4 Yrs 1,000 Certificate Survivors include the wife, DOG FOOD
"N 6.72; e. o"%'. Year, ,1OOOCerllfcat..t. ;: Mrs.Pearl Boyett, Lake City; Lb.
-. ;:; .; --. 5.92.: 5.78%' 90 Days .:.f.OOCf Certificate/ : three sons: O. J. Boyett '; Par Las*.
.3goit, 5.25% NONE NONE ..Passbook'WNMawrV. Lawtey' Earl Boyett, '21K Protein Feed
.' ISlE Columbia, Ga. and Don Lots, ,

.fit..r __- .Wrt.r earning..* are left to compound': dally"for.one\ 1' Boyett daughters, Lakeland: Mrs.; Eloise three -
year. -
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: Rentiers, Charleston, S.C.; I f
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""t There II a substantial' Interest penalty on Certificate Mrs.June Jiner,Jacksonville, Farm.rs.IlAutua_ iKChi!! ."IJ.iJof" .
t GAINESVILLt'; jsoi W.;UNIVIRMIY! AVI Plant ,In cat et .aI'wl.tMI.w.I. It :andrMrs. Dana' Manning, ,
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e'' II.KI. .tt.:'AKCMIK' KtMU. !St A RkE., M W. MADISON Macclenny.: ... \ '....."7.71_ '" i'f f;
J All rats and plans are subject to be withdrawn without ,.Services were conducted ', I : ... ,

KEYSIUNNLU.MIS.' -" ,-..t-UJMttm.......y.,t.BLVD._, A 1>>VLVAN WAY notice, '. 9'April,','was in 24 Forest in Lake Lawn City.Memorial Burial Z71:. N. T.mpl.llvs;: xlJt# .. ltarkli.FIa, .


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LAWTEY-
Grace United Methodist Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wanda Cutshaw and Mulberry. On Saturday Lee. Other guests were Mr. parents, Mr; and Mrs. O. J.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Lane Carter and daughter daughter, of Virginia, and evening'all of them went to and Mrs. Charles Gaston, of Anders.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Madeline, of Miami, were Miss Nancy Prevatt, of by Elizabeth Terry Lake Asbury for a cookout at Starke, on Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. F,
7:30: p.m. United Methodist weekend guests of his mother, Gainesville, were Wednesday spending several weeks here Jacksonville. Grandparents the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Pierce Crews and Mrs. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Fellowship 6:30: p.m. Choir Mrs. Lois Carter, and brother dinner guests of their grand- with her mother, Mrs. Rossie are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Purser. On Sunday all of them W. F. Atwood attended the Cowan, and Mrs Edith
Practice 7:30: p.m. Wednesday and sister-in-law, Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reddish.Mr. Wilkison, Sr., of Lawtey and attended the Richardson wedding of Miss Mary Sue Swinney attended services at
Mrs. Charles Carter and Prevatt. and Mrs. Buddy Ruis, of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Medlock, Reunion.. Underhill and Ronnie Little Springs near Lake
The United Methodist family. Mrs. Alene Armstrong, of Starke, were Sunday guests of of Jacksonville. Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs. Tomlinson on Saturday nightat Butler, on Sunday morning
Women will meet at the Steve Darlington, Floyd Lakeland, Mrs. Galdys their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wilma Wainwright W. F. Atwood attended a Madison Baptist Church. and met some friends there.
church Tuesday, May 6, at 10 Norman and son, of Thompsonaand daughter, of Mrs. Carl Prevatt. spent Wednesday to Friday bridal luncheon shower Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Later- in the afternoon Mr. and
Jacksonville, E. C.Carter and Kissimmee, Mrs. John L. Bobby Bennett, of Holly with her daughter, Mrs. Pat Tuesday night at the home of visited their cousin, Carr Mrs. C. A. North and family,
a.m.The Administrative Board son, of Middleburg, Mr. and Rocker, of Clermont spent the Hill,was an overnight guest of Sanders, and girls 'of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, of Colley, In Frazier Hospital, of Mrs. S. L. Swindell and sons,
Meeting will meet Sunday Mrs. Frederick Prescott, Mr. weekend with their sister, his cousins Mr. and Mrs. Oral Jacksonville. Other guests of Starke, honoring Miss Mary Macclenny, on Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beach, of
Evening, May 4. and Mrs. Vaughan Prescott Mrs. Flossie Rosier. While Tanner and family during the Mrs. Wainwright over the Sue Underhill The ladies of and Mrs. C. K. Cowan Jacksonville, came for a
Friday, May 2, there will bea and family, of Kingsley Lake here they attended the funeralof week. weekend were Mr and Mrs. First Christian Church were were Saturday overnite guestsof family gettogether.Miss .
Youth Banquet 7 p.m. at the and Mrs. Darlene Norman their Uncle W. O. Rains, at Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jesse Starling, of Bartow, Mr. hostesses. their parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Vicki Reddish and
Lawtey Elementary School. and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Madison on Friday Wilkison. Jr.. of Jacksonville, and Mrs. John E. Starling, of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ray F. Robertson. Randall of State Farm, were
Dr. Ira Conley, of Gainesvillewill Carl Norman and sons were Mrs. Don Henley, of Jericho are the proud parents of a son, Eaton Park, Mrs. Carroll Alford of Mayport were Mr. and Mrs. James Anders Wednesday dinner guests of
be the Speaker: Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Springs Missouri, returned to Robert Allen,born April 22, in Starling Mrs. Deloris Lanier weekend guests of Mr. and and family of Palatka were their grandparents, Mr. and
and Mrs. Leonard Norman. her home Sunday after St. Vincents Hospital, and daughter, Debbie, of Mrs. Barry Watts and Barry weekend guests of their Mrs. Les McClellan.
Highland Baptist Church <
Sunday School 9:45: a.m'l
Worship Services 11 a.m. and
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting

Wednesday at 7 p.m. USDA GR. 'A' QUICK FROZEN oiios SAVE w r hf
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Committee The School will meet Advisory on 4 t" BAKING HENS ( COLA

Thursday evening at 7 p.m. at ,."
the school. Plans for the an-
nual school report will be 49 iLtt
discussed. Interested citizensare 'J '
encouraged to participate.The ( -
new playground p r 4 TO 6
equipment has been installedand _/ l
the Lawtey Community
Correctional Center is to be r LB. AVG. '
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thanked for their assistance.

Friday Report, May PERSONALSMrs. cards 2. will go out ..., 1 3 9 i iPRICES


Horace Cox, of Waldo, """'-- -- Quantity Rights ryF
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spent Tuesday with her ---... LB. Reserved 14 FEf PEOp 1
mother, Mrs. p, L Dinkins.Mr. ,
WINN DIXIE STORES INC.
and (chard GOOD THURS. MAY 1 1 THRU WED. MAY 7 COPYRIGHT-I97J

Durban, of Woodstock, Ga.,
spent the weekend with their
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Durban W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF CHUCK W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING'


community and relatives.Sincere family Sympathy is extended and of other the to POT ROAST RIB ROAST CRISCOLimit

Mrs. O. J. Boyette Sr., and
other relatives due to the 1 1'of choice with.$7.50 or more purchase .excluding cigarettes
death of Mr. Boyette Sr., who
passed away Monday in Lake .
City. ,Our prayers are with 19

them.Miss Elizabeth. Terry spent $ $ $ 58

from Wednesday to Friday
with her sister, Mrs. C. E.
Strickland, of Gainesville. She .oVlawM1 r.IIDID 169 EZt4
also visited with her nephewand 3
u. s. eHOICE
nieces. Mr. and Mrs. Don CARVE ASTO
Parceluzzi, Mrs. Joe Bason, Puss VIOITAIll
Strickland.Cecil Cowan and Miss Sarah LB. B LB OVEN Shortening LB;

Wilson Hayes, of El Paso READY 3 $1 ZCAN
Texas, visited his Uncle andAunt CAN |
Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Anders for a short time on
Sunday. 1-LB. BAG MAXWELL HOUSE
Those attending the funeralof W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
Otis J. Boyette,Sr., in Lake or 1-LB. CAN ASTOR
City on Thursday were Rev. .
and Mrs. 'John Steilz Robert CHUCK ROAST .CHUCK.SJAK. .COEEEELimit

Miss Lee, Mrs.Arthurine Mae Wells Balnchard.3, and:: rt I" ; ; u A 5 t; .

Mike Dobbs, Misses Sandra 1 of choice.with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
Dobbs, April Stephens, and
Martha Smith, went to
Tallahassee Thursday with
Trinity Chorus, of Jackson- ,.J
ville, and sang for the \
Governor and the House of t'
.OV11 I ? 4IADID
Representatives. They also
attended the Gulf Coast Music CHOICE Food 78W
Festival in Bainbridge, Ga. Stamps
The Chorus received a goturtherat 1-LB.
superior rating. Miss Sandra LB. LB. Winn Dixie
Dobbs received a Superior
I Rating in Voice Solo.
t Mrs. Linnie Harris aad Mrs.
Pansy Knight, of Maxville,
were Thursday dinner guestsof
their sister, Mrs. Harold
'
Eunice and Julius. Other D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKS HARVEST FRESH .(NO HEAD OVER 33c)
WD.BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF Del MONTE CUT ,
guests Mrs. Norma during the Jean week Parrish were, Delmonicos .* LS $239 Sh ribs . IB. 89CGreen Beans 3 CANS 16 01. $100 I Lettuce. . LB.25c

Mrs. Grace Lang and Mrs. USDA INSP. W D BRAND PURE (WHEN YOU PURCHASE MORTON SPAGHETTI & MEAT. BEANS ft FRANKS. SALISBURY.
W 0 -IOICE BEEF BONELESS THRIFTY MAIDPeaches TURKEY TE RAZZINI. MEAT CHICKEN. TURKEY OR
Bonnie Padgett, of Maxville.Mr. 318.5 IB O' 10 LB PKGS ) LOAF
and Mrs. Fred Moore, Stow Meat $139] 2 29 IS. $1 1 Beef 72 $M f
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and Ground Beef LB.66e . LB. . Dinners oKas;:

family, Johnny Hobbs Miss MilD CURED SHANK PORTION HICKORY DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT ASTOR
Susan Reddish of Starke, Mr. Smoked Juice 2 46,01 $100 1| Pears 2 2B.01. $1 1 Juice 6 60. $1
and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Ham ''LS'' 79 . CANS . CANS! Orange CANS

Jay, of Live Oak, Mr. and HICKORY SWEETSliced DEL MONTE DIXIE DARLING' EDWARDS LEMON MERINGUE OR
Mrs.Chuck Moore and Bob, of I.La 3 BH'S $100] Dinner Rolls 49. $1 1 *
s. Pie. $169
Lake City. Mrs. Seeb An- Bacon ,PKG: $119 Catsup . : Apple . &
drews, Debbie and of DEL FRESH FLORIDA '
Randy SWIFT PREMIUM CANNED. SLICED( $S 39)) MONTE. SUPERBRAND WHIPPED

met Wildwood at the and home Mickey of Mr.Moore and, Whole Ham 4 & $499 Tomato Juice.23s. $100 Oranges; .. . 8 BAG IB. 79C Topping .,, 2 CUPS; :; $100fRESH

Mrs. Danny Thompson and SHOULDER BLADE BOSTON BUTT DEL MONTEARLY' U S. No. I REGULAR VENT VUE MINUTE MAID LIMEADE OR'

Saturday family of for Jacksonville a Birthday, on Pork Roast . LB.88e Garden Peas 3 CANS ho.. $1 Potatoes i.r. .. 1Q .BAG IB 59C Lemonade 6 CANS"' $149

Luncheon, honoring their
father, Fred Moore, on his

birthday.Mrs.. .John Morris and THRIFTY MAID DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE OR SUPERBRANDTOMATOES
Deborah, of Rockville, Ind., If TWIN POPS, FUDGE BARS; 1
spent a week with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest W K. CORN ICE CREAM SANDWICHES.,
and Lamar. While here the
Priests and Mrs. Morris and Limit 3 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette or ICE CREAM BARS
daughter went to the home of
her Uncle and Aunt Mr. and
.
Mrs. G.. R. Summerlin, of
Lake City, for a family get- $ $
together. Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Williams and family, of
r Wellborn, and the Uonny
'y met Williams them family there. of Lake.City .3 .3 12891

J. T.Godwin of Gainesville 28-oz. 17....
visited his brother-in-law andsister

Eunice, Mr.on Sunday.and Mrs. Harold CANS CANS

Mr and Mrs. Hermle Kelly
went on a trip recently and "
called on their niece, Mrs. DEL MONTE FRUIT DIXIE DARLING FAMILYBREAD FRESH FLORIDA YILLOWCOCKTAIL .
Opal Marshburn, of
Tallahassee, another nephewand '
niece Mr. and Mrs. CORN
Devane Williams, of Bonifay, ,
three cousins York Colson
and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelly,
' and a college friend Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Yates, of Pen-
sacola,also visited a nephews $
, family, Mr. and Mrs. E. L, $
', Kelly Jr., and Mrs. and Mrs. 'i'o J
1t of Doyle Panama Eubanks, and City.son Mrs.Ray, 3 3 79

Eubanks was a former

. \.. years.teacher at Lawtey. for several 17-o CANS'.. LOAVES 40-... r

, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis IARS
and family, and Mrs. Mamas
t Griftis and children, of J'fDDtJITIJW
Palatka, visited their mother.

, Mrs.Mrs. Daisy Nellie Bach Wilkinson and Lynn deter on ( L(!) af 000Q

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Blue Grass Convention Error MadeIn Obituaries -I
Mormon Missionaries
.
Is : Reporting PINE LEVEL ...- ,
Pig, Draw In LawteyThe Rev. R.L. Lee

Walling VerdictThe BAPTIST CHURCH Laboring In Starke AreaTwo
Rev. Richard L. Lee,Sr. 82 a91s 1TIIt1U..1U1OII '
third annual Ken Clark of Jacksonville died
Springtime of Route 1. Starke,
Bluegrass Convention drew organized the first festival in in last headline week's in a Telegraph news'story Monday, April 28, in Bradford g..y missionaries from the
several thousand music enthusiasts October 1971 at a different site County Hospital after brief 01'
stated a TNI SIGN Church of Jesus Christ of
: "Walling Convicted in
to the new festival west of Lawtey. After moving / .
illness. Born in Putnam tll lCNVtC Latter Day Saints (Mormon)
grounds 'near Lawtey last to a location near OrangePark' Nov. 6 Robbery.: County on Nov. 7, 1892, he had -- *..._ are presently laboring in the
weekend. for a while, he broughtthe been ordained
an Baptist I Starke-Bradford County /
area.
festival back to Lawtey, Our attention has been
minister since 1942 and has They are Elder David "i'? '
with its new home located just called to the fact that althoughthe served New
as pastor at HopeBaptis't Brooks and Elder
Overnight Four miles west of Starke Jeffrey
campers, off SB-225. charge against the defen- on
arriving to spend a music- Church in Palatka, i SR-100. Church phone, 964- Williams. Elder Brooks is
dant ;
the
was robbery jury
Carraway Baptist Church at j from Sandy, Oregon and
filled weekend, jammed the 6490. Parsonage, 9646407.
r
returned verdict of
'The annual event has grown a guilty of Carraway, Barden Baptist Elder Williams is from Salt
40-acre site and crowded i Sunday Bible School, 10
grand larceny, a lessen of
much faster' Church Bardin
than at and Bethel
expectedand Lake
under the newly constructed fense. 'a.m. Sunday Morning Wor
stage area shelter for the is drawing all ages to the Baptist Church, Starke. ; ship, 10:50: ; Sunday Evening 'I
The Telegraph regrets this
family entertainment 'Surviving Is his wife
continuous entertainment. style ,Training 6 mon
p.m. Sunday
Clark said. error in reporting thejury's Huldah Prevatt Lee; two sons, of their 'II
Evening
vo.aht4r .. Worship, 7 p.m.
--- R. L. Lee, Jr. and Herman Wednesday expense
Evening
XXpvoxXXXXy Lee, all of Starke; four Worship, 7:30.: Choir of the I
daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Missionary To Rehearsal, 8:30.: Christ
Llzenbee, Mrs. Doris Stewart, Thursday Visitation, 7 are

i Mrs.Irene Lorine Brooks Sanders, also of and Starke Mrs.;; Be HonoredAt Singers Sunday Evening Teen p.m. a who
practice, 5
irtl \ 1 c t hI c one half-brother, Robert Lee, Teen School p.m. tion from .
i .
nn \ \\I tQ West Palm Beach; two Pine LevelGail Meeting, 8 a.m. Tuesday.Prayer, his
J = sisters, Mrs. Delia Silcox and across from High School on They II
w. J Mrs. Lessie Silcox, both of Reddish, missionary to 301. Bring your Bible.
Starke; 23 grandchildren, and Peru, South America, will be Hear the Radio Ministry of and
You Could Get A 18 I 25 greatgrandchildren.Funeral returning to the United States the Pine Level Baptist Church of its
: services will be and will be honored In the 8:30: p.m. Sunday Morning on If 4
held'' at 3 '
p.m. Thursday in morning services and evening WPXE. 8320 or
Bethel Baptist Church with services of the Pine Level
FORD Rev. Alfred'Johns and Rev. Baptist Church this Sunday. message.'I
PICK-UP Cheap Jim Wooten officiating. Interment She will give a report to the St. Mark's AT
will be in Kingsley church Sunday morning, and
Lake Cemetery with DeWitt show slides Sunday evening C0CSOODBI
I Church
C. Jones Funeral Home in with refreshments served at

Well!! Bryon Terwillegar charge. the close of the evening ser- Church Sunday annual,
< vice. .
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Churoh.nd Bait J ok on Btr l School at : (
< Walter Miss Reddish is a 1957
'I StewartWalter of THE KEVtJOHN M. FLYNN. at 11:15.:
graduate Bradford
County
_- 'Iff' Has < at 1:45. !
( Brought Back o High School, a 1962 graduateof There
0 Stewart, 90, of Park- Tennessee Temple College, WEEKLY'SCHEDULE in the
Of-The-Palms, Keystone Chattanooga, Tennessee, and
The Good Ole'Days .. Heights, died Saturday, April received her doctorate degreein Thursday, May 1st 3:30: 'invited Several, ,,
oo 26, following an illness of several -' 1974' from the Manaus p.m. Brownie Troop No. 127; welcome
< I months. Baptist Seminary in Manaus, 7:30: p.m. Senior Choir ,
Born in Ireland Brazil. Practice. your
F-100 FORD on Oct. 14,.
PICKUP 1884, Mr. Stewart moved to Miss Reddish is the Sunday, May 4th -8:30: a.m. of Rev.the i
> Keystone Heights from Day- daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m.:
y Short Wheel Base tona Beach in 1971. he was a Rodman Reddish on Bayless Church 'School; 11:00: a.m. morning
> retired grocer, a member of Highway of Starke, and a Holy Eucharist. A Society's research PI'OII'aIn.Informatio .
> the Odd Fellows, and was a member on the Pine Level Monday,May 5th-3:30: p.m. Needed Unmarked I
> 302, V-8, Paint Stripe member of the Church of the Baptist Church on highway Junior Choir Practice; 5:30: On ,
>, Brethren, ParkOfThePalms. 100 west of starke. She has p.m. Brownie Troop No. 604. "
> Gauges, Power Steering, Bumper Cigar Lighter served 12 years in Peru, South Tuesday, May 6th 3:30: Graves In Dyal Cemetery \\1
I Survivors Include his wife, America, going out under the p.m. Girl Scout Troop No. 614;
Virginia Stewart; a son, sponsorship of the Pine Level 7:30;: p.m.:,Vestry Meeting. Anyone who can identifyany Assistance is needed to
Walter A. Stewart of New Baptist Church in 1963. unmarked graves in Dyal determine which plots are
Canaan, Conn.; a daughter, Everyone is invited to at- Cemetery is asked to meet owned. The association intends -
Reg. : Mrs. Marguerite Lucanio of tend the services this Sundayas Saturday, May 3, at 8:30: a.m. to plot what it can and
$3500 New Canaan, Conn.; 10 grandchildren the church welcomes Miss to assist the Dyal Cemetery start selling lots, Mrs.. Odom
4343.00 J and 13 great grand- Reddish home. Association in platting states.
'f; children. gravesites.The .
Services were held Sunday newly formed cemetery
afternoon, April 27, in, the ObituarivBJ.W. -; association plans to begin the CEMETERY WORKING!:
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Park-Of-The-Palms Chapel sale of plots, according to
with Robert J. Willey officiat- GlissonJohn Mrs. Vernie Odom, secretary- There will be a working of
ing. Following services the treasurer, and needs to know the Beulah Baptist Church old
FORD $' 206 W MADISON ST. remains were sent to New W. (Bill) Glisson, 62, a li.61 (t : what is available to sell. The cemetery Saturday May 10. I I
TRUCKS :\. Canaan, Conn. for burial. former resident of Starke, association has been formed Turkey Trot road gate wil.'
964-7200 Local arrangements were died Sunday, April 27. He was CCc\.pcQ and chartered, she says. bo open 7:30: a.m. to 8:45: a.m.
under direction of DeWitt C. born in Starke on Feb.10, 1913, \
Jones Funeral Home. and moved to Florahome four zzm
months aeo. He was a veteran Sunday: Baptist Men'sBreakfast,7:30a.m.iMorning
of World War II, a member off : ; Why Pi Rent I
1+ ,..the American Legion, and Worship, 11 a.m.; Church'Trainingens J ,iy
Moose Club No. 2035.HHe'ha-' ,., : ,
.FI; : p.m:, Evening ""** /
been employed as a plumber Worship, 7:30: p.m. I Wheat, oiiCan./Il.
*. ,rnxti, ( before his illness. Monday: Girls Ensemble,
Surviving is a daughter 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir OwnYoNewUse
, Mrs. Myrna Mae Griffis, of Practice, 7 p.m. lur Own
,\
Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Zena Tuesday: Baptist Women's
Felton, Key West, and Mrs. Council Meeting, 10 a.m.;
Cora Gates, of South Business Session,, 10:45: a.m.; id-Repos
\ i iMI Carolina; and two, grand- Program,1115am.: ; CoveredDish
children. Luncheon, 12 noon
Funeral services were held Junior Choir&Handbells, 3:20: Doublewides starting/ gat;J $7550
at 2 p.m. Tuesday In the p.m.; Association BaptistMen's
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Supper at Beulah Singlewides
starting at $4195
Rev. Leroy Olive officiating.
Baptist Church, 6:30: p.m.;
Interment was in Crosby Lake Craft Class, 7 p.m.
qq
I Cemetery. Wednesday: Family Night Used Homes As Lou\v As 2650n

; Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday 1
.t 4 ; ; Mrs. Alma HoughMrs. School Workers Meeting, FHA Financing availableMILEHllEM Selected Doublewides
} R.A., G.A.; Acteens, World
) ,x .'Alma Hough, 88, died Friends, Missions Friends,
tv ; Tuesday, April 29, in the 6:45: p.m.; Hour of Power,7:30:
f g.. 6r Starke Nursing Home after a p.m.; Church Choir Practice.. B Phone
long illness. She was born in Trustee Meeting, 8:15 p.m.
Bradford County on Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: 378-1379
November 8, 1886, the a.m.; Music Makers Choir, 00
INFOPMATION r daughter of the'late H. E. and 3:20: p.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m.
ACCOUNTS xxG,. Della Tumblin Lagergren. Friday: Sunday School 4577 N. W. 13th !Street Gainesville

--k. ,yJr .a Before her retirement Mrs. Workers Banquet, 7 p.m.
mow.. Hough had a long career as
) n stenographer and secretarywith
+ ,. several prominent at-
tt ','
torneys in Starke and

A Winning Season Takes A Lot Of Abstract associated Jacksonville Co.with,during and the the was Bradford periodof also Now Open

\ the Florida land boom. At
one time she was secretary to
Behind TheScene Planning! Dr. Hulley, president of

tit, Stetson University, and ,BUCK'S FLEA
served as secretary to the .
( Bradford County draft board Hwy 100,
Management. during World War II. She wasa MARKET Putnam Hall. '
member of the First Baptist 6 Mi E. Of Keystone

Our Management Has A Plan Designed To Meet Your active Church in of the Starke woman's and circle was ,

work for many years. 4732067. Office 473-2514 Home
t Mrs. Hough is survived by
Or Tax Sheltered
Specific. Needs ., ., one son, Merrill G. McMillan, '3e
Retirement Plus and two grandchildren. '
Funeral services will beheld 0 e'j
Paaa Book. Tim KEOGH OPSavinga j s k* at 10:30: a.m. Thursday in Go" 0'I' ( t(
C.rtiflcata "I.n. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel \ CtO 'iot i.)
.; IN with Rev. Ben Bryant officiating -

C Commercial Or Horn Mortgager M.n.y' follow in. the Interment Crosby Lake will

Cemetery. .
i The family has requested no

Guaranty Federal flowers. .

K 1 r- : O. J. Boyett, 77 -
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,Savings and Loan Assoc. Otis J.. Boyett, 77, of Lake : wnminnnifttuumi

-' City, father of O. J. Boyett of
Here What You Earn Lawtey, died April 21 at the '
it nniHtmr-nut,,,,,,,
.. ,395 Madison St.. Veterans Hospital in Lake
.- Annual Annual Minimum Minimum City.
Type ofYield '
Or. Call. 964-5000. Mat Term Investment Account Mrs County a native of Kist 1
a Geneva Albama, the Gold' :Pete $6'1'5
son of the late Harmon and .6
'7.791.0!! %- 'l-lOYn. '100.000' Certificate Mary, Hall Boyett. and had ,
:sale'! .::7,79o 1.0"0!! 4Yrs. t.OOO Certificate lived in Lake City since 1937' 50 FurtherDlacounta
698% 6.75!!%, 2'* Vrs. 1.000 Certificate Survivors include the wife, DOG BOD
:
tf. ,- 6.72.' 6.50l: Year ,1,000 Certificate Mrs Pearl Boyett, Lake City; Lb.
1 -- 1' __. -!5..920j ti: 5.75%"' 90 Days ;t.00tf Certtli<:ate' three sons: O. J. Boy tt, FOP. Lara*.
5.39 S, 5.25--0., NONE NONE PassbookWhen Lawtey; Earl Boyett, ,21rIite'tiFeed,
IX 'Columbia, Ga. and Don Lota

-it; ? --,.--.- ,earnings'are left to compound daily!' foro"e'. ..' Boyett, Lakeland; Eloise three .
Mrs.
i year. V daughters::
t
---- Rentiers, Charleston S.C.; !
.. "iJ?' There Is a substantial Interest penalty 0'1'-Certificate Mrs.June Jiner,Jacksonville, Farmvra.Mutual BxchanavBB47B7I'
GAINESVILLtI'2loN'MA1N'e: : JScIW;LJNI\lLKIIY\lt., plan_'In cat* ( early "
,
e I JUO S.W' AKCHtR' MU4;; s ARKS: J"S W. "MADISON" Macclenny. / '%;
All rates and plans ar. sublet: to be withdrawn without .- Services conducted .
I were
KEYs1oNLME1t.H15.t.. :'; NLNIEHLVD.'IYLVANWAY Nnt.:, notlc;.: I : ;. ,> t r '',was AprU In 24 Forest in Lake Lawn City.Memorial Burial' ZZa N. Tempi. RvMw .?\,. ''ltarki;'Pla.J' '

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St. Mark's Celebrates 75th' Anniversary, :.



The 75th Anniversary of the South, and the little church at. 'The work was completed by I 1 From a church which had 17'
erection of the first Episcopal Fairbanks Was"no- longer used. September 20, 1900. communicants and five bap-
Church!: sanctuary in Starkewas tized persons in 1891, St.
celebrated during the' 'At'that time, the Rt Rev. I Mark's has grown to 131
ac-
Feast of St. Mark starting at: Edwin Weed Bishop of Through the years St. tive confirmed members and
10:30a.m.: Sunday, April'J:1. at* Florida, observed the smaUbut Mark's has had about 22 different 232 baptized persons at the
St. Mark's Episcopal Church growing congregation at priests, among whom present time. With
and parish house. Starke and, with the assent of Fr. Fred Yerkes is perhapsthe annual contributions of present almost

Mr. Fairbanks, gave. the most lovingly remem- $10,000. not Including
The colorful'history of the church to the St. Mark's con bered, having served the Trust the theRichard
churchnow
early congregation, the gregatlon. It was torn down church intermittently for over has full-time,
church, and the other struc- and moved here in 1900, where 30 years.It a rector to
the
t tures with a total present I William Kalch, a local car- serve community, the
: value in excess of$230,000 was penter re-erected it on the was due to his efforts that nearby prison, and. other
reviewed by Jacquilin Grider, present Site for $480. For this the late Henry: Clinton areas of need. Fr. John M.

Diana McPherson, AI K. Car- sum Mr. Kelch dismantled the Richard, of Palatka, donated Flynn now fills this ministry.A .

lisle, and Kenneth Grider.;, church at Fairbanks board by two-thirds of the Income of his
board, loaded the lumber on trust fund to St. Mark's in highlight of the 75th Anni-
The opening celebration railroad cars, and rebuilt it in 1953, thus enabling the churchto versary observance was the
was held in the parish house, Starke in the same shape and become a parish on Jan. 30, presentation of new Eucharistic -
a, ,followed by a procession to the form, but with the addition of 1954. The Rev. R.E. MacBlain Vestments, made by Mrs.
Quadrangle, where the his- ten feet in length, two add, was rector at this time and George Winkler and given to
torical papers were read, and tional windows, and a bell- served St. Mark's until 1967, a the church by Mr. and Mrs.
concluded in the church with a total of 15 Winkler and family.'
i tower on one of the extensions. years.
sermon by the pastor, Rev.

John Flynn. i


municants were of Episcopal being held com-in {

Starke 30 years or more I.Meetings I.' j t I

ST. MARK'S CHURCH, PARISH HOUSE, AND'SUNDAY SCHOOL BUILDING I before moved in the 1900.here church from buildingwas ,Fairbanks 0;



In the latter part of the

County Agents 1860's and 70's the Rev. OwenP.

Thackara, a resident
t EDITORIAL minister at Fernandina,

Notebook began holding prayer services stk, 1
on the upper floor of an old lq "av. -
store building near the Atlan- ." dug ate.

tic-to-Gulf railroad built
GavelWhen By .. through Starke in the late
The
Quick on .' 1850's. lea i r'r
Bobby r 'q1+p rkM
Fr. Thakara's ministry was ,
Taylor ,similar to that of a missionary

: or circuit rider, and he, tra- }'riot 1
Chairman Rodney Hall slam- planned. Ironically, one out-of-town I veled the railroad frequently ,r
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med down the gavel in the face of some board member, hurrying to the meeting, to reach his "preaching stations" -
in the
25 school teachers less than two minutes was held up briefly at a red light coming This time of year is area. ,

after the School Board meeting openedlast into town, and arrived at the board room probably the most ap- The second minister was

Thursday, it can hardly be said that just as the other members were filing preciated by more folks than Rev. O'Brien (first name ILL ifds Inif
unknown who l"
) served here in
the chairman was winning friends and out. any other season. This is the
time that grasses trees the early 1880's. The story is
influencing people.Preempted shrubs and other perrenial that he contracted pneumoniaand

Indeed, it is the first :time that this plants put out new growth and died after his clothes were
frrar.
by the "quickest gavel in board has acted with such precision. No the country side becomes drenched while crossing a :

the East" and with no chance for open one would admit afterward that the alive a aln. Most of our food creek on his circuit riding

discussion, the audience was outragedand meeting was anything but'a routine crops, including gardens are duties.In I r

puzzled. Teachers present termed approval of teacher reappointments and also started in the spring May 1890 the Starke con-

the meeting a "farce," and a "railroadjob. the one resignation. As I go about the country, I gregation Becoming reached the stage of
an organized
see more and more idle land
mission. As yet unnamed, it
converted back into
The audience had expected to discuss There was nothing unusual about the being vegetable, pasture and included ten families with a
its and the fact total of 40 persons, led by Rev.W.S.S Bandmaster Cited
the reappointment of some 231 instructional meeting, except brevity livestock production. Most of ,
personnel. Bradford High stu that no opportunity at all was given for this increase is coming from that time. Atmore in Jacksonville., who lived at

discussion. Chairman Hall many small home-owner type Jimmy Brownlee presents Bandmaster Dean Cassels with
dents and teachers were on hand to usually goes a plaque of appreciation after the

plead for retention of humanities, art, out of his way to explain matters to the mercial growers type rather farm than operations.Since com-. By May 1890 the mission spring concert. the BUS Band presented Friday night April 18 In the school auditorium.

and chorus, subjects cut from theschool's ,audience, and to ask for an expression of was Mark given s and,the although name it of still St. Jimmy'a senior saxophone player for the band represents all the graduating musicians In

curriculum for 1975-76 under opinion from anyone who wishes to many of these small owned no property, services congratulating Mr. Cassels. The plaque reads: "Presented to L. Dean Cassels, April IK. l 1111! : .
growers are producing In recognition of as our devoted band director and friend For
speak. held many years laying a small cor-
being Rev.
were by
present emergency spending plans. primarily for home use, they nerstone In the foundation of our, lives Presented with gratitude and affection by Jimmy
"You can't walk down the street here will usually have a large Francis R. Holeman, rector ofChrist's -
Brownlee, Joan Dyal Tim Blankenship, Mickey Slocum. William Waters, seniors of the class
and see an opera," is the way one stu- The quickness of the board's action variety of vegetables and Church in Cedar Key. of 1975."
was strikingly out of character. Clearly other products. They also There were 17 communicantsand
dent it. ,
put generally produce more than, 33 pupil, in Sunday School-4:: tjf o Cassels was pleagedwi\b the performance of the.band
In Friday the
audience I concert! ,especially at
members of.the. came ,
Other interested teachers.'Were'present with the impression., that it had all away been: they canprocesss.or eats: Qupn.:.ALJthaJt, $T\Pr.wiiiiiMMi\ ; : ., 111 2.I auMence reatUft&"e'terme j.thibett te epllonthecontertli nd.h. s.e'J.f; e.ce".bet\; ,,'".
Farmers Retail Market idea ? *I
to speak out on the resignation sub- planned beforehand came about because of this t, .111 1892;SC"Mark'tilreceived"lits .':" .! wnrlsrer 'aA I I ter f/t"r IW. If nnff, r:;, ,
first property when Capt.
mitted by one of their co-workers
a
increased amount of
John C. Richard and his wife,
third grade teacher, after her name had Was the board afraid someone would vegetables available in our Emma, gave the land to the

been placed on the list for a continuing ask a question it didn't want to hear? area during May and June. church at the time'the build'

contract award. Was there a charge the board didn't The market opened last ing now used for Sunday r
School (an old cotton gin) was
about the week of
want to consider? year third. ,
moved to this site. The area in
But the three members of the board May and was termed successful
back of the
'present parish
present zipped through the record- by growers and buyers house had been used
The bizarre meeting did the School alike. Mpny said that the duringthe f
breaking session, leaving the impressionthat Board no credit, and left many questions market was something we Civil War as a graveyard,
,
the quick moves were previouslyLetters } unanswered. have needed for a long time. which accounts for its present

The Market operated two daysa uneven appearance./

week until the first' of Rev. Holeman was the firstrectOl"
August, and some folks were here from
moving
to the Editor. reluctant to let it close then. Cedar Key in 1896, and it was 4a .
.. Plans are now being made during his ministry that the
I. for the opening this year. 'A church building was moved

committee of growers and from Fairbanks to Starke. It

Schools Facing Crisis others market interested will meet in next the had materials been and built money in 1880 suppliedby with I

Tuesday night to set an
The Public Schools of the receive less state 'of the George R. Fairbanks, and
dollars thanwe authorized members opening date and establish a
State of Florida are facing a did in 1973-1974 or ,1974- county staff to formalize a schedule and rules for it's was! located in the small town
real and that still l bears his name, :
very critical crisis. 1975.
I Bradford program of Reading Compe- operation this year. I hope you between Waldo und ,Gaines .

$500,000 less County in revenue can expect in The price of education, like tentcies of which the curriculum I will mandateas for have plans to buy or to sell this' ville.
else is part year. '
1975-1976.. everything going up.
There are no patent remediesor K-6 in 19751976. The architect\ \\as' Robert rtfil'slf '

I This shortfall in revenue has quick solutions to the edu- Speaking of Vegetables this Schulyer, who based his -
b already triggered a great dealof cational problems in Bradford Many of our teachers in the is the time to be on the lookoutfor design on drawings in a book n ,

debate within our county asI County. Because of these factsI elementary schools have been the start of insects and published in 1852 by Richard f"'

have set in motion the pro I have recommended and the field testing a Reading Pack- disease. Insect and disease Upjohn who also designed NICK HAGLER AS MARK TWAIN
cess to reorder our educational school board has approved the age that was developed in the control is necessary if you Trinity Church in New York .
priorities. Pressure following: summer of 1974 by a serious produce quality vegetables. City. The designs were 'awrwssen',
groups from the Union group of elementary teachers. Since tomatoes are probably adaptations of a style called
teacher ranks have already 1. A drastic reduction in This program has been very the' most popular vegetable Gothic Revival and were '
charged that personnel cuts personnel. ''successful in its early stages.So grown in just about every intended for use by small, pioneer ,AffjF, ng'zithMark Twain

it are unfounded and 'other' garden I'll mention a few congregations' who had ..
't things could be done to trim a 2. Salaries frozen at present. you can see that programs insects and diseases that you little funds for buildings. 'Notableppd'a JfhrG Jl.,- .
correction of the is
fat' budget. level. for should be looking for. Schulyer also designed lour Drills his 90 minute performance The proceeds from ticket
problems are underway and apt description( "*..jof MsTwain sales will be
The most serious pests are churches for Waldo and Cedar with the wit, satire, used to finance
The history of such accusa- 3. 'Drastic reduction. in data gathered in the future hornworms fruitworms, the' famous American and oil-beat philosophy of the 'the start of a community
tions is certain while supply money. will conclusively support the aphids, leafminers, stinkbugs, Key.At humorist-novelist who will be< .Missouri writer. theatre in Starke. The
ex- fact that the students of Brad- and loopers. Worm appearing (in spirit) on the? presentation of, "Mark
tremely caustic in their criticism 4. Drastic reduction in damage the time this church, then'called '
ford County are learning to >stage of the BHS auditorium ; -'' Twain" is
"An
the union offers no rea- repair & maintenance. usually appears as chewed out AU Saint's, was built; t' Evening with MarkTwain" sponsored by the
sonable solution or alterna- read, write, and do math areas or holes in the leaves, this area of Florida was at 8 p.m. Friday, May 9.. Is the result of four, Bradford County Bicentennial

tive. Another problem also 5. The most important a better because of the programs stem, or fruit.. The leaf miner '''covered with fine orange 'years of study by Mr. Hagler, Committee.

arises when cuts are talked return to the basics in edu- initiated. makes tunnels under the leaf groves. But the "Big Freeze"of The beloved author of "Tom an actor of vast experience in Tickets at $1.50 are

about. Pet program advocates cation: Reading Writing and Sincerely surface. Aphids, or plant lice,. 1894-95 killed the trees and Sawyer.'li, and "Huckleberry both college and professional available at Leila's Dress .
make emotional appeals Math. Jim Temple attack the young tender with them the prosperity of Finn":?w ll be brilliantly theatre. Having studied and Shop,*the Garden Restaurant,
before the superintendent and Superintendent leaves sucking out the juices many northerners who had brought life on stage in the performed in Texas and Iowa the Bradford County
i the school board to salvage There has always been the Bradford County Schools and are carriers of plant come to Florida to make their person of Nick Hagler who ,he is now a graduate student i Telegraph, or from Judge
their 'special interest'. strong contention that school diseases. 'The stinkbug does fortunes. Most of the discou at the University of Florida JElzle Sanders at 964-7344.
I budgets are filled with un- most of its damage by sucking raged citrus moved
The school board and administrators necessary expenditures and THANKS FROMGOODWILL juices from the young fruit, back North or growers went on further I
of Bradford frills. causing them to fall off .or FFA News
County Schools have over 150 develop abnormally.
hours of indepth study to I urge those with a deep con- Dear Editor:' Most tomato and other Bradford Sr. FFA Chapterhad Area Contest and will be at vided by Charles Ferguson.

I support the program proposals cern about the school system vegetable insects can be two teams attending the tending the State Contest at FFA'er Wayne Duncan,.. who
f. for the and all facets connected with Just a personal note to Area Contests last' Friday at
year 19751976. controlled with a spray or dust the State FFA Convention. Ed has faithfully supported the
All that the the system or those concernedwith express my sincerest ap- Gainesville, Florida.
agree programs containing malathion or Frampton provided the groups at practices, accompanied -
of behalf of all
the media's account preciation on our
outlined for the coming year diazinon plus methozyehlor orswan I speakers and for the them and assisted with
organ
what goes on in the Bradford employees, for your help with Team contestants for the
are strong enough to deliver a The insecticide shouldbe that the equipment.Chafles
sound educational opportunity County School System, to con- our recent Good Turn Day. applied on a Among some Central Africiii? Quartet were Becky Hutchins, two songs they sang. The ,I
to the students tact me and come by my office preventive tribe it was a cause for 'Jimmy Scott Kim Tenly, anJEd songs were Swing Low SwtttChariot'
attending basis
our at 7-day intervals Ferguson
during and
public schools. and let's discuss the real Thanks to the 43,000 bags of the divorce if the husband WM Frampton. Becky Hut- 'Five .Hundred ,
facts. My office door is never merchandise brought in Good growing season. too lazy to MW hU wife's chins entered the Harmonica Miltt. Reporter
of the
I have tried very hard to call closed and I gladly return all Turn Day and all the won- tomato Some diseases most serious cloth.*., "- Contest. The quartet won the Transportation for the
are and
/ attention to the real problems calls made to me. I would be derful people who support us, late blights leaf early musical equipment was pro- JRNEWSBradford
wilts
spots
confronting Bradford County happy to explain the school we are able to return all our "
viruses. You
in the matter of school financ- program to any person'or per- employees to a full 40 hour and reasonable control can of the expect leaf Jr: FFA Chapter
Interested. work week this week. BRADFORD had two teams the
who attending
ing. The problem Is' in sons are, and Co
spots blights with a t.J
sprayor 'Area
Contest last
.,; Tallahassee with the State We have our problems yes We hope you will share Our dust that contains marreb tNB .Team contestants Friday at
Legislature and not at the but progress in indentifying t pride of returning to full time zineb, captanorcopper. Again Quartet
'were Phil
local level. I urge the tax- the basic educational needs of work because we feel you 7-day intervals on a at rtrrapIil Underwood

payers and citizens alike to be't our students Is being accom- played a major part in makingit preventive basis should do the and ,
vocal before the Kenny
t appropriate plished. For the first time In', possible/ job for you. C
i I body the Slate Legislature. I that sire Thompson..' They came In
our schools I have seen The tomato wilts and virus (1 f. BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER
second.
Members of the
i further urge that those con Many thanks, again.for string
comprehensive testing In- will not be controlled 7'i-
x by
a Publahers
; cerned, contact Rep. Frank formation which pinpoints a your- help In making this the program. You must. ? band, who also came in
i t i Williams Senator Bob students ability and achieve- best drive in.our history. pant resistant varieties for Published sari Thursday end entered M sacoiid dais Matt*al
J Saunders, and Senator Buddy ments, was given to our total Lynn Nettles the wilts, and control aphid rot March 3, 1879. j' ,, wood, Jack Lefeven, Kenny
< McKay. If present legislation K-8 school program.. We now Director of Public and other insects to preventthe .Subscription rat*In trade ITM: 8 par year: 03.50alxmanhe.! Thompson and Phil Jones
,, is adopted Bradford County know specifics as'' to our Relations spread of virus diseases in > Outside treds area: $7 psayear 14.00 six month*. ,' t Kathy; Baker,

1 : ...will pay, more. taxes and y successes and failures. I have ;your,plants. < PfIane 984M6 *? .. Stark. Fla. Reporterr
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STARKE >- In one of the several. previous, meetliigand ',-"'have ..&., .... county's share of the $926.9 There is also talk now of
shortest meetings on record, there.was no/purpose tar) ''+ ;;; tions, retirement, and million for K-12 grade educa the schools have been hit by .million. Without that mini raising the eight mill state cap f
the Bradford School, Board going over the numbers again. t!can .anyone )have, any leaves,have cut to nine the list tion next year compared to inflation mum local required effort, a on school taxes to 10 mills.
approved 231 teachers; and Thursday Sup Temple said question about;the dire 'need teachers not reappointeddue $928.3 million for the current The state is also passing on county would not receive its Supt. Temple says Bradford
accepted the resignation of after the meetinp.Thursday's' ,for Collective Bargaining' to lack of position availability school year. At the same time some costs it formerly paid full dollar value for education voters will never approve 10
: Contracts and due process for'teactiers No down to the counties. Brad the mills for schools.
one, before the meeting was meeting Was, simply to ap-, elementary' from state.
with the superintendent'srecommendation : now? teacher will lose a job, Supt, ford schools will have to pay a
quickly adjourned Spark
no prove "'..."In view of what has transpired'in : has stated. .(I'"l"IIm Page!: I) '$100,000 increase in teacher
explanation less than two 'ofreappointments' Temple ::
"" > .her (Mrs. Sleffa's) All but few of the John retirement contributions next
minutes after it began. to fill" positions a supervisory Fielding to CBS's Mike
An astonished group'of I already approved.,That action' 'case we (teachers) are not personnel whose positionswere Wallace. term Local boards were B
teachers { even allowed to indulge in the eliminated '/Fielding has forced to match teacher con "HELP SAVE A CHILDTODAY" '
were left with questions -, required by state law to be. were experienced 'been
unanswered last Thurs carried out six weeks prior to .adage-''innocent until proven' teachers with recognized in England as one tributions at first, then -to aid
day, April 24;'when Chairman ,,the closing of school. guilty.. tenure:.Those persons filtered of' that country's top rated the entire retirement benefit.At .
Rodney Hall suddenly adjourned State law requires'no the meeting after the planation for the firing of a not right or wrong, like or dis: spots. Persons leavingare reporters and has received telling local school boards,
board had voted 3-0 to acceptthe ''teacher without tenured 'Annual like; but rather 'did she wanta at the annual contract several awards for ac they must levy at least eight ,
resignation of Mrs.'Alicia contract teachers'can' clean record (resign) or did'she level for the most part, and all complishments,in his field. mills of ad valorem taxes and Although the use of containers that can-
Steffa. School personnel had lose their jobs by '' not want< a- 'dirty! record but nine are leaving of their remit that to the state as theMorgan's
simply' 'and .not be easily opened by children has cut down
( M .
expected to meet at 5 p.m. being recommended back for' attempt reappointment own volition'Possioly': more conalderably on accidental poisoning, there are It,
Thursday to discuss the appointment another year _,;. '., suffer the consequences igeaalp.and ?.
.of teachers for 4975- 'Mrs. Steffa,has stated since'' public opinion) ):NOI;'-instructional vappointmenta canted by eareleBln_. If every one of
76., .the meeting that herreslgna.t.j ; ( 'l teams>; ReappointnventsThursday, ; !; ,will all .wait forap,,: us made It a point to eliminate juit one po-
Confusion because of:the, ''tion.ywaa pointment until a firm dollar' tential dancer, think how many more eblldreD'
quick action was apparent on, ."' 'the faces -of some 25 persons to protest the.actionis 1975-76,;compared to,255 pre Supt.'Temple has stated. How about checking in your home today 1
gathered for the meeting. under- consideration, she, sently That includes administrators School boards all over the S to be sure that prescription and other medicines
Board Member J.T.. Parrish has stated., guidance counselors, state are caught in the same 1209 ,N. Temple ave. are out of a child's reach and are away io'
arrived a few minutes after 3p.m. Mrs.:: steffa was a t special; 'librarians, special education, bind. If teachers are placed from where little hands can get at them.
and was surprised to findhe'd 'education teacher for the federally' subsidized teachers under contract now, there is .Leta
missed the entire meet emotionally disturbed with an (Title 1)), as well'* as classroom''teachers. ..' no way they can be eliminated Morgan ",
ing. High school teachers and office in the administration 'afterwards.School boards are
'
_
., In'Supl'Temple'ss400ooo'proposed : YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
students had come to presenta -building until the money1; under11 'therefore being most cautious, Announces- That Kathy Taylor/ / Joining'r when yon need a delivery. We will deliver i
petition and plead for.continuance 'crunch this year which arced ,, budget cut not to',approve more teacher ... ) [promptly without extra charge. A great many
of three humanities :her into a thirdw.ade class-.!;!;;recurrent" state' estimates'- for; ,positions than they can fund in .,', 1,,Her' 'As;A, [New Beautician people rely' on .urn for their health need We (I
classes cut from the Bradford i i ,-'1"\mIuc-.tiOD.\. +Dgl din 8v.1I)' 'emergency> situation. r:' welcome requests for delivery service and charge
High .curriculunu'twWKSi: 'I J.t ki i }j.. j l .t1'.tlv.. ,e J:possititioyr0'flbfil: i 75-1a' w(!f.'fSWiutttf.Mnhat' ; ..10,000.teiclierr"'state \iCallteta, of Kathy, at 964.7004. f account.. :
One teacher whose name i is y,.l",, Members oi tbe : ......... : ;, ; { wide, are. in., '.
13.5,two guidance counselors-; ;, doubt'oT their :; Today For Ah ( '
among nine teachers not I live bargaining.team issued 1""''i ,I jobs. Many Appointment 964-6757''1KOCH'S ,
from 12 to 10.1.6: librarians
,
rehired because of a lack of the following statement ; counties, including large
from 10 to 8.4 and class- '
positions, sat in the back of the following the April 24 meeting 11 metropolitan ones, have DRUG STORE
with tears in her room teacher positions, from :'delayed renewing teacher i
room eyes.' : PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS;
18$ to for HELENE CURTIS
Other teachers were presentin 'The Collective Bargaining now. ,,114, proposed I contracts. Reg.
Mrs.Steffa's behalf.But the Team feels that the unfair, next year.Fewer.teachers"'wiD'push. Vowing to.avoid new taxes ,2 166 W., Call Starke, Fla. W '
i1,25
session ended so quickly unjust circumstances that 1 during the economic slump PERMANENTS *17" "
the ratio from
pupil-teacher 1-
nobody had a chance to dis- have forced her resignation- Gov. Reubin Askew is propos-
28 this to 1-28 in K-,.
year grades ing that the state $926.9
cuss anything. Mrs. Steffa sat have made it mores evident supply !.
3.The P-T ratio will from 128
-
go
silently on the front row of than ever before that teachers
in higher grades this to
seats with the rest of the have few of the same rights year.-
Collective Bargaining Teamof that other equal professions! 1-30 Natural next term.attrition, reslgnaMoUCrIck ..
the Bradford Education

Association, of which she is a The Quota. .Fowl Tka' Food
member. Board Member Pat 't I u *! ,Peoplfe Quoin! PeoptePantry
'
Spengler moved to accept the
resignation, Arthur Gaskins .I FLORIDA GRADE. 'A' REGULAR GRINDFRESH
gave the second. and it passed
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3.0.So unexpected from the- < u11iJ Pride
quick adjournment that memo :" .ROSES 29>' PERK

bers of the audience remained .ttArr
seated as' Chairman Hall-! ,.' AZALEAS $1" :
strode from the meeting'room. Ictl,. ..'!.. FRYERS.SUP COFFEELB
Parrish and Board t: *5"
Member Art Holliday'were Control Thtrn With SHADE TREES 320;SOUTH .

.. not present for the meeting.., .T WHOLE. WALNUT ST. I 'i
"That's a railroad ,job if GROTONEChloraphant \ PEAT .
'I1; w1 .0. low vesn' 0000 lavaArt'
there ever was one," said one 2 PER 39 C ...,N"A...WAN/IfY loluuurl. IMNf1, 0000 NI/INYI rN1u wAr t, 79 C.

another.teacher."What a.'farce,"'exclaimed, Bait '-CYPRUS MULCH ,'2s* BAG LB i W HI f/toOt FOOD It STINT KCtftIUUL BAG t

Mrs. Steffa's name was on Chitird'H '' rase r COUPONSFeed ttiailof
$2" 1(1': ,.
the list for reappoIntmentwhich '"' .Liquid ,tP.IMEIIII",

action at was.Supt.the handed meeting Temple but'at'the'meeting. by opened sayIng ''..N.rJii. BOXWOOD $100 ")V;' Prcpk T EveryDayLowPrice Qoobhj EveryDayLowPriceU. J I ,

he._had in Hand Mrs.
Steffa's resignation which he' The Better Way BONELESS BEEF BONELESS BEEF S. NO. 1 IIr
requested the board to act on.
Numbers teacher positions BOTTOM ROUND WHITEPOTATOES
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Kindergarten Jubilee Set Saturday At HamptonHAMPTON VOE Students I, $200,600 Loan '32 Teacher Appointments ,Made '.In UC


Registration An Old-Time Hampton Elementary School Working A Week For Stephen Duane Lovelace
Approved Gomez Suarez and Mary Pratt and
LAKE BUTLER
32 Union
Jubilee Is slated Saturday, under auspices of the school'sPTA.
During the week of Terrell Jackson Bass.
Set May 5-8 May 3, from 2-8 p.m. ,at .; 'i, the Vocational Office May Education 5-9. County teachers were recom- Rozelle. At the Lake Butler Elemen-
\ mended for reappointment for
Waste Butler Middle
The celebration will Include SystemBradford At the Lake
Students entering Bradford Crisis... stew and cornbread supper at ford-Union students Vo-Tech from the Center Brad- the next school year by Supt. School eight teachers were re- tary re-appointed School eight on teacherswere annual

County Schools for the first $1 per plate and two country have been placed at local County's application Jimmy Cason. appointed on annual con-' contracts: Sara Ruth Jackson -
time at the kindergarten or (From Page I II) bands headed by Hank. Lett business establishments for a $200,000 loan from tracts:: Marsan Howard Boyd, Anna Chirolis Knapp
first-grade level may register and Randy Brown. Ice cream, Bradford and Union in Farmers Home Administration Meeting in a special session Charlene Williams Cunning- Martha Bettis Pillow ,
May 5-8, in the appropriate Bill Foister as their represen- pop corn,hot dogs, and lemon- for clerical on-the-job counties (FmHA) for a solid waste Tuesday, April 29, at 9 p.m, ham,. Duape Verle Helle, Woods Powell.. Pearl, Jane Mat-
elementary school during the tative on the recreation ade will also be served. observation disposal project has been the school board approved the Deborah Ann Miller, Linda
as part of the students'WorkAWeek thews Seay, Vernon Morton
regular school hours.To committee, with Foister'sterm Field events are scheduledfor approved, County Clerk Gib appointment of 24 teachers on Haymans Williams, Dennis
Program. Turner, Jr., Bobbie Smith
expiring on April 30. students annual contracts, and ad- Drake Juno Delano
enter kindergarten, a of all ages'withprizes Students Brown has announced.The Carlton ,
have been Whitehead and
Audrey Shadd
child must be five years old on Worthmgton Springs contri- for winners.Events will at Florida placed project calls for Installation vanced eight teachers to con- Schoeller, and Joyce Duncan
: Surplus Wilson. Three teachers
and buted $1,250 and their repre- include'' Property tinuing contract status .as -Two teachers were,
or before January I, 1976 three-legged races of four large compactortype Taylor. were
Division Chamber advanced
to enter first grade, a child sentative on the committee is greased pole climbing, andwill commerce containers plus one recommended by Supt. Cason. advanced to continuing contract continuing contracts -
Clay Electric Geraldine V
Grlffis
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must be six years old on or Buddy Guinn. also include horseshoe' of Super-1 spare.; The containers will be Five teachers, at three : James B. Galloway and ,
visor Elections Linda' Webb Whitten
1 1976, The town council at Raiforddid cake walk and County schools are resigning at the Clark Edwin Woods. Two and
located <
belore January games, sponge Clerk, Denmark FurnitureCo at Starke, Lawtey, Carol Boots Yanossy,
not make a monetary con- end of the current term.
reports Lucille Payne, Ele- throw. 1 Brooker, and Bayless High- leachers, are resigning:
:, City Clerk,. Health ,
mentary Coordinator. tribution but agreed to pay an The jubilee'will take \the At the Union County High _
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'Department, Union 'Correc- .0
estimated $800 for lighting the of way.Robert School six'teachers were re-
and are place Elemen
Parents guardians the

reminded tutes require that that Florida pupils Sta-entering Softball Robert Lee field Cason at is Raiford's Raiford. nival.tary's annual Hampton Halloween\.car- deputy tional Institute clerk in; and the Union asa a specifications,Taylor said on he the will county'sarchitect equip-have tracts appointed: Robin on J.annual Bates CarolB. con. .;:: t:1: ::::!i1;;: ::!t :!:: i w: : :;.; + ,

school for the first timein representative on the city- The jubilee will be in observation County Courthouse. ment needed for the system at Kelley, Judy Annette
kindergarten or first grade county committee.The of the nation's Bi-cen- the next Commission meetingon McDuffie; C. Calvert Vans- '
school board did not Evers, Terry Lee Stroemer :: MORNING C MM
must have a birth certificateor ..tennial., ..UpcomingMeetings May 5 as well as those for ,
other acceptable, bonafide take any action on Powell'srequest the roadside ramps which will and Wendy Lynn Benson. :

proof of birth, physician'sstatement at Tuesday's meeting, Fights.... be built for the convenience of .Three teachers were '
that the child has because it was not an agenda the public.. recommended lor continuing : HEALTH FOODS WU11

no communicable diseases, item as now required by the (From Page I) County Sanitarian ,Jack contracts" ; Dan Kelley Mc-

and veriticalion of immunization act.administrative procedures All "l,5J/rlnmates. in his for Upcoming the week public of May meetings 1-8 are: Trawick said it is hoped to Yanossy Phall? -and Frank Mark'Edward Llnwood '....,.'..".,.'.,..,.'.'.'..'..'..'.,.....,..."...........,.,'''..'....,'....,.,.,.<................. '"-''''':r-''..,... ,-. '"''"""...".'.......,'"..wn",....,,--.

cable against childhood certain diseases.communi- Supt. Jimmy' Cason facility designed for 725 were Thursday, May 1: Bradford the have site the first of the unit old installed at Dubois. Two teachers are- ::!:;:ijf.tiiiij: !::: !:i::! rt:: ; ?;t: jti:: ::; >:f: QS;: If'
Lawtey
suggested to Powell that a restricted to their cells and Chamber of Commerce Boardof resigning' at the end. of this ",..,.."...;...'.'.'..,.,'.f',....,...,...',.., ,. 'e: '." ..
requires Florida that Statutes all children 232.032 "bob-tailed" budget for the dormitories around 8 p.m. Governors, 12:15: p.m. dump demonstration by June 15 to use for school year: ;, Marlsabel ;;;it jlj!: :;;; : :!im:;;::': .ar----" .::...

private months of May June, July, Tuesday,..,,. : Monday May 5: Bradford purposes. '
schools entering in public Florida or for the first August and September be Curtailment of the activities County commission, 'y:30: 865 N. Temple fe64-8976 By Pizza Hut

must be immunized for worked out by the Recreation continued Wednesday mor- a.m., Lawtey City Council,
time tetanus Committee, and the budget ning, although normal meal- 7:30: p.m. DeWitt Jones Offers :
pertussis
diphtheria rubella and year of the committee be time procedures was followed Tuesday.. May 6: Union Vitamins/ proteins
poliomyelitis changed to coincide with the under controlled conditions at County commission 9:30:
rubeola (measles), unless other boards which breakfast and disturbance Starke Dry Fruits Nuts Cosmetic Books
provided In Section governing no a.m.; City Council,-7 Funeral Home '
exempt as ( runs from October 1.through occurred in the inmates cafe- p.m ; Worthington Springs
2 of the law.Parents ..
are urged to proceed September 30 each year. teria. City Council, 7:30: p.m. :: '\ .'". & Dietetic Candles
Cason said that the school Inmates. returned to their

plete immediately the immunization to com-of 'board's commitment $625 housing areas after breakfast. Dry AprilTrue STARKE'PHONE. RENTAL 96'4"6200'> ". Stone Ground Bread &, Yogurt Now Available/ \
per month would not expire and no further incidents were .'
that their
children .
their so until the end of the board's reported or observed duringthe HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL. CHAIRS '
to tradition
children will not be denied April wasa We Delivery
entrance to school. budget year on June 30, and morning:. dry month for Bradford A CRUTCHES__

These immunizations that he would request an The RMC serves as the County with an average of KEYSTONE PHONE'473-3176
may HEIGHTS Mail ted
Orders Acce
be obtained at your doctor's emergency appropriation for intake point for most male inmates only 4.43 inches of rain for the r.'
office at the County Health July, August and Septemberfor committed to the cus- 30-day period..
or the board's considerationat tody of the Division of Correc '
if .
Department necessary. their next meeting on Tues- lions.

Certification able forms the are County avail- day, May 13. The inmate population

Health through Department 4nd jnustto The board denied another throughout the' Division of ABLE tiJI [_
request by Powell to convertthe Corrections reached an all-
doctor or an
signed by
authorized your County Health school's baseball field to time high of 13,094 on April 25, b3lI
Softball Florida's state
use.Powell although cor-
official. '
Department explained that more rectional facilities were only
If have questions
you any than 50 percent of the Softball designed to hold about 10,000.
contact the County Health Tii
Department. players resided in or near '\' 1 13
Lake Butler, and for practiceand

night games they had to 26%
travel either to Worthingtonor HAMPTONAREA
Dentists On The Alert.
Raiford both of whom have
You not know it but
may lighted fields while there is oNOuRpplCEStT
no
dentist is 'on the lookout '
your NEWS
lighted Softball field in Lake :
for oral cancer along with his .
Butler for playing or practiceat
search for cavities. If you notice night. lly JiMtephine; Fontaine
unusual the condition -
anything in school ,
The board suggestedthat
I
of mouth check with e ,
your a Powell seek financial CITY NEWS

dentist or doctor right away, assistance from the city of Volunteer Fire Dept. men N-' /

cautions the American Cancer Lake Butler to provide light- will meet. Monday evening, /

Society. ing of one of the Softball fieldsin May 12. i, .+w
use. The City Council wilt beet
at 8 p.m., May 13. crest'

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Citizens will have a pot-luck _PAPER:TOWELS TRANSMISSION FMUO' $A p0' ?*<,MEN'S IS.+

dinner Friday evening, May 2, S *,. 'RO' iB DOUBLE KNIT

at the old School House f I. .' ;; ;tz POLYESTER

regular meeting room. Dinner WI" r SLACKS
By Jeannette Prescott will start at 6:30: Bread ''' t
p.m. '' CREST TOOTH PASTE 5 OZ,' s ht"
and'drinks will be furnishedby i WA11111 MA.tN 1. N.tnt ff*f Mini
KINDERGARTEN Cook's kindergarten class. the club, also paper plates 16t nnrpl' .. inn AUTOMAT Lubrieotos and .protects
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REGISTRATION .10" eodi. New s.-- moving parts. For u..ln
and plastic forks. Regular .has thicker, fluid automatic transmissions. -
a
Kindergarten registrationwill BIRTHDAY PARTY meeting and games will.follow thirstier..._CaI_' IfWIO .Routa 55 brand.reeve .. JOHNSON
be held Monday through 00011-EATERS O
Mrs. Betty Lynn was hos- the dinner. w/taralr' '.
Thursday, May 58. The school tess at a birthday party honor- The afternoon craft class
office will be until It" OSCILLATING. IN-PACK SWEET'N LOW
open 6 p.m.on ing Missy Hart on her 12th meets at 2:30: p.m. at the
Wednesday for those recreation hall. S-SPEED TAILE FAN SUGAR. SUBSTITUTE 0
birthday anniversary, April Hampton '
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parents who would not be ableto 21. The motif was an old-fash- There will be a crochet l lesson sAvt .
come in during the regular ioned ice cream soda parlor and other craft at each tAl},IT Can't mention the
school day. In order to register nanM, buKit's. a big
setting, and it was a unique session. Anyone interested is i n.- nil FaI
a child must be five years experience for the guests. welcome to come and enjoy I i y dollor. (nil you Sunk)..
old on or before Jan. 1, 1976. Everyone had lots of'fun.PERSONALS the fellowship ,ty WAS 1/118 1 AUNT h.. palywre in a
To complete registration par- 3 tnolinppp.d Re- ,' Tastes Ilk* sugar -- wld..lachnd sal'
ents will need to present a aaabl.olll.awry I *ltr. no hitter aftertoite. id., plaids, patterns.SIIM .
SCHOOL NEWS /" Y
1 cladnq. Miw"b 'it' Limit I Ino rainchacks. 32-40.
t birth certificate record of Mrs. Betty Lynn takes this Students who have 'won n.ck U.Jir.d I. .

complete immunizations anda opportunity to share her good awards of free tickets for their op"Ily pro8lcr. >: hi.Rwuin/

physical examination. The fortune with her friends and poster entries in the Old Time nlam

necessary forms may be neighbors. Her mother, who Jamboree.,contest scheduledfor

picked the Health up at the school officeor lives in Kentucky, recentlysent Saturday, May 3, at the ,
in
.f" Starke. Department her an antique china doll school are: Justin Wadsworth,

Please check with the office that originally belonged to her kindergarten; Steven Sheppard -
grandmother.The clear, glass first grade; Robyn
during the week of May 5, doll is around 100 years old, Brown,:second: ; Joy Nugent,

even though you these may not have but is still perfect. She is so third; Nicky Langston, .1 h ,5.

completed. requirements proud of the doll that she tookit fourth; 'James Mitzel, fifth;

to school to share with the and Lynn Waters, winner .
children. from the sixth grade.
HEAD START I II Ia
NOTICE
Mrs. Mattie Hodge was The community is invited to y /
for Head
Applications Start admitted to Bradford County attend this jubilee, which '
students may be obtained Hospital on Thursday, April begins at 2 p.m. with various ... LYt 'JIIIrIIIJ.II' \

from 1738).Mrs.Children Mary Mayben H8 24. The family asks our food booths country store, fun I Ii iiII I ii 11%

be four old are required before to prayers for her. activities, live music bands, 1rNr tilt ...,.....iS1I1.. /8L1lIMT8 .' .
years on or Mr. and Mrs. Paul D, Prescott and ending with a Brunswick Dress ana?sport "'1"Neatl,collared. .placketIMLVOMCNLMmi -
Dec. 31, 1975. and Johnny visited with Stew "supper. Donations of I UU MX HLOaVM/ TEUV MAM TOnU N31t'1lpi' In DOCTORpsjlyeetor) ......tyl..All M wap
Mrs. Ethel Douglas is now a Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Markhamand country >store items, cakes, Effective bottoricldo, ah| Grwlr oao..raw eon Vivid terry prints'ell super Ylnpl twllewd Y,rd Conan" Prints, .olio*. aIa MI". kI...., aM!
volunteer instructor under the aaeddo, disinfectant, fun troll olggo and kills many .b..rbar IODIs eorrw. oce and portema. Built- Ala 5,14' k: XL.. as 51... SMLxL .
parent volunteer Sandra in Lake Butler last cookies and volunteer help are gicide. Two 1 l-ool. juo. bacteria. 7 Ib. container. I.r/.27a56".iw._ in I"Nia i IdknaM.. .a 1', '.'. i
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.: The Sweetest StrawbertUt This Side of Heaven

Union Thinclads

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Qualify' For Region 1 M /"i.1 Conference Title 4





Union County thinclads ran medley relay teams are both 120 HI1: 2)) Thomas I3.B: :31 ?.!::1', ,J
f away with the Suwannee Conference running excellent times and 'White 16.2. .' 'itf|
Nine Bradford tracksters after he ran his best race of place in this event but they all meet and scored 111 should place for State. In 100 Dash: 1)) Smith 10.0 21 '

took top places in seven eventsat the year and finished the Mile gave 110 percent and ran like points to seal the first place Friday's meet the 880 relay Sirmones 10.1. fi
the District runoffs last Run in 4:34.5: minutes. Coach they hadn't before thie year. These players lake a breather while Coach Sexton makes spot over Hawthorne and team of Brooks, Smith, Perry, Mile Hun: 2)) Slaularnire : '
Friday April 25, on the Howard said "Larry ran a The win came as a pleasant repairs on a couple of helmets broken during practice. three other schools on Friday, and Sirmones tied the Confer- 4,3961) Blackwelder
Palatka South oval. beautifully executed race surprise." April 25. ence record of 1:32.5: and the 880 Relay: I II) lied .record lit T,
After finishing In the top six which was one of his best of A second relay team the sprint medley team of King 1.32.5, Brooks.,Smith. Perry. :
places the runners qualify to his career. He was running sprint medley, placed fifth for The meet was held qn the Smith Perry, and Brooks seta Sirmones., I\
compete in the Regional races third after the first lap and the school. Mike Blake EIMBI7GEL( ) Union County track in Lake new record at 2:03.1.: These 440: 4)) Highland 53.5.: I,
that are the last step in the stayed there until late in the Freddie Bell Rudolph Len- Butler.. five runners have a good 330 III: 3)) White 4:1.0: 41)
road to State. last lap when he caught West non, and Sheldon Hodge com- Second place Hawthorne chance of going to Stale says Riley 43.5 51) Thomas 44.1 ,
As a team the Bradford from Palatka South (West bined speeds to finish in 2:04.0: m O pQ( 4apiMe9 scored 105 points close behind Coach Bass. 880 Run: 3)) Stautamire .'
runners placed sixth out of the rarely loses this race) and had minutes for the race. Lake Butler. Third spot was 2085.
eleven area schools par- just enough kick to finish a The rest of the pionts were covered by Chiefland with 51, Other athletes who have a Sprint Medley: ll broke j i
ticipating in the competition.North chest length ahead." Both scored by Johnny Dean after fourth by P.K.Yonge with 49 shot at top honors in the Dis-'' record at 2.0:1.1: King. Smith. ;
Marion finished first runners recorded the same he crossed the finish line of the and fifth by Newberry with 44. trict meet are: Stautamire in Perry, Brooks KHd record t i'
with 108 far ahead of time because of the close 880 yard run in a time of 2:08: The tracksters are now pre I the 880 run Thomas in the 205.8)
the polntsl lace' Palatka finish but Paterson was aheadas minutes that put him in sixth Crawfonj paring for the District Meet high jump, and either Smithor 220 Dash: 2)) Blount 2:1.741: >

South squad with 79. Bradford Coach Howard stated place. found them- number 1 so you can see how which will be held tomorrow Sirmones in the 100 yard Sirmones 23.9: 51: ) Albritton.
Bassmasters ,
held sixth spot with 25 team A big surprise came when These runners will now ,close the race for number 1 is. (Friday, May 2)) again at the dash. 24.0.Mile
points. the BHS mile relay quartet make ready for the Regional selves reaching deep into theiJ'tackle It is most Important to be Union County track. In the Thomas placed first in (the Relay: :31 Thomas.
finished in fifth place. The which will be held on Friday boxes on Saturday, .' District competition only the high and tied the old Cummings highland
the
at next three jump
.'I was very happy with the team of Johnny Dean, Mike May 2. in Winter Park. Thingsget April 26. {present if first two places in each event 6 feet. Another Cummings outcome of the meet" ex- Sherman Larry Paterson and a little tougher at Region Mr. Big Mouth didn'tcooperate tournaments in the ,especially you 'will qualify to go on to the record was broken when Long Jump: 3)) Thomas. j
are top six.
claimed Coach Grover anchor man Rudolph Lennon where only the top four placescan too easily. R.F1. club will state track meet. Smith ran a 9.8 race in the Riley j i
Howard. "This is the largest finished with time to Bryant offered two plastic Our next meeting round Shot Put 21) Sirmones -II '
a of 3:42.1: qualify go on to State. be held at the home of H.F. "We're expecting at least preliminary of the 100 :
of boys we've sent to worms for the of one and
on
group which The price Smith.
was again their best run State Meet will be heldin seven of our runners to quality yard dash.
SR-16 about three
the meet since I've they still didn t budge. Wiggins on ,
Regional
of the year. the same place on Saturday for State," stated Coach Duscusi) 2)) Sirmones.
of Starke.
miles East
been coaching at Bradford. "We weren't expecting, to May 10. The weather was perfect Mr. has chicken Terrell Bass. Final results for the Union I High Jump: 1 II> Thomas I tied
Coach Howard filled this the 1 Wiggins a
was maybe was problem
record at 6'0.
The 880 relay and team in Friday's meet are:
and rice sprint
with praise for the runners.He After all boats weighed supper planned.We
felt that they had com- we found that J.E. Denmark'and are sorry to hear that
pleted one of their best days of Cunningham TopsIn Julian McRae were tar H.F. ''Wiggins' father had a .
winners. ''heart' attack. We certainly UHS Nine Beats
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the year on the track. The Jody Starling dnd Harold hope he is doing fine.I Jasper
overall performance was Men's Skeen placed second: Jody also hear that Bill Tilley is'
much better than that of last League landed the largest fish of the improving. Bill is in North

week during the Conferencemeet. day. Florida Regional Hospital in
Cunningham established trips. Eddie Douglas hit a We had a special prize to Gainesville. We hope he will 8-1 Hawthorne 9-8:
"Enthusiasm was 'high and themselves as the team to home run for the machine. give the Bassmaster that soon return home and hit the
team effort superb." beat in Men's Softball with a' Cunningham outhit Pine Air landed the largest Bass. tournament trail.I .
Two thinclads placed high in big victory over Pine Air 218. Moore's Sun Sports gave a have talked to a lot of bass

the field events. Wayne Berry Green Machine Thursday, The second game was a lot case of outboard motor oil to fishermen in the past few
shoved the Shot Put ,46'9 April 24. closer as Smith Brown In- the club to present to the days,all talk is the same whenit Loses To Santa Fe 81For
which brought him The machine was enjoying a dependents slipped past First Bassmaster that landed the comes to bass fishing. Bass
honors. Milton Baker placed 5-3 lead going into the bottomof Methodist, 64. Each team largest fish in the April 'just haven't been hitting that
second in the high jump with the 6th inning when the rapped out 10 hits buff the Tournament. well. I personally think it is Union County baseball- inning and it appeared the rallied and came within outrun
1 his 6 foot leap. storm hit. The storm was Independents took more Bradford Bassmasterswould due to the pressure on black ers things started:! out good as game would be a rout, whichis of upsetting! the Tigers Inn! I
Cunningham's bats as they advantage of theirs. Mark'Graudon like to say thanks to Mr. bass. Bass fishing rigs are they won their first two gamesof what had been expected. were put down when Dill I
Sheldon shoved 16 increasing by the hundreds. the Sub-District playoffs fora Billy Cain opened the top of Hemme struck out threebatters
Hodge ran a 50.3 across runs on 11 and Doug Brown led Jimmy Moore at Sun Sports.I'm .
race in the 440 Dash which hits, including two home runs, the Independents with two hits sure Jody appreciates it Something must be done to district playoff berth but the first with a single for the in a row leaping a I'
grabbed him a third place to go out in front 195. In the each. Gary Bakken and Rex too. help increase the bass popula- were downed by Santa Fe in Tigers and was quickly runner on second. I
top ot the 7th the understand Baitand the final game. followed by Timmy Whitehead's "I thought e\\ere heul \\e
position. His time, also one of inning Siemer also had two hits for I Bush's tion.Closing
his best performances of the Machine was still in shock and Methodist. Tackle will present $10 a certain lakes during On Wednesday, April 23, the line single to left and a overlooked Haul!homo and I ,
year, was one-tenth second off went out in three trips. Ricky Cunningham welcomed month to. the Bassmaster bass spawning season is one Union nine defeated Jasper 8-1 double to deep center by thought "I they: were going to .
of Bennett Restocking lakes is in a held on the Union Danny Hazen driving in both beat us, wus till a tired tnu| ,
the and
school record. Gordon Beat hit. landing !the most pounds of.bass game
.. runs--for.Cunningham*'" '.new-league. entry. .Brookerju\ ..- during'VulmonlhTy'I ;:: neethod.* .. :";- "\"." "" '-,County"diamond."Tmrteam runners..Two: singles and two1' "'da" d Coach !l:;troemr-rmild J
.ijwnpe. -
v with-fa- ," 23-3 Monday'night I
OriW' 1fisr-p'J? c e""waf. :" s' with Terry Hardee leading the romp tournaments. 0 Some people might frown iti came back on Thursday to walks later, the score was 5-0 t,
April 28. Brooker say.In
gathered by Larry Paterson hitters with four hits in five replaced First Baptist Churchin Our club appreciates these the idea of closing bass fishing beat Hawthorne 9-8 in a close Lake Butler and it looked likeit the final g1lnw.of (he

---------------- ----- the league. Terry Hardee .dona tions. Bassmasters would during spawning season. I and exciting contest. The final would be a long night for lake Santa Ke rolled past i
think it would be the most match of the Sub-District Hawthorne. Butler H-l. Luke Butler i
like to extend a thank to pro-
N0tv And Activities From had a big he night for for Cun- Mr. Bush. you ductive method. playoffs was lost 8-1 to Santa Hawthorne made a surprising took an early lead in the top of ,
ningham as went 5 5,
, Through our 9th tournamentof Waterfowl animals and all Fe on Friday. comeback and pushed four the second scoring an
Including a home run. Also
THE RECREATION highland birds are protectedby Wednesday's game saw runs across in the bottom of unearned run when I shortstopKen (
CENTERTENNIS : hitting home runs were Lloyd the 74-75 fishing season we
the second with the aid of Johnson booted a
Gilpin and Steve Cox. Cun- find the top six as follows: a limited hunting season. Lake Butler stealing the show
second base The three Lake Butler errors. grounder that allowed (lean
Harold Branham Pat Welch Fishermen outnumber -or anyway.
,
LESSONS six weeks. Seven people have hits ningham rapped. out 23 base Don Thompson, Neil Crawford hunters most hunters turn to first five and six of the eight Pitchers DeWitt Griffis and Kemp to score from third.
The Recreation Departmentwill signed for the sessions and to Brooker's 12. Danny Watts ( Hawthorne) lied
up Don Brown fishing after the Hunting Season Tiger scores included a stolen Larry Santa Fe t the score in
again offer Beginning there are openings for five Bass led Brooker with three Jody is closed. second base. then got down to business and the bottom ol the inning.

Tennis Lessons. The. classes more people. Friday morning. hits in as many trips to the Starling.Bassmaster Jody The future depends on how In the first. Tigers Bill Cain locked heads in a real pit- The game slowed to a pit
were .scheduled to begin May 2, will be the deadline for plate. took over the sixth Starling each individual feels and what and DeWitt Griffis each cher's duel until the top of the cher's duel until the bottom of
Wednesday, April 30, at 9:30: to the classes. Dodd's Sunoco worked on place spotas fifth when Union scored three
anyone, begin of last Saturday. Jody steps he takes to reveal his walked, stole second and the sixth when the Tigers
Registration fee for the, winless Methodist to the tuneof fishes hard from start to feelings. scored. Jimmy Mobley, whose making the score 84. broke do\\'nand allowed sex en
a.m.The 249. Dodd'spunched out 19
classes are strictly for classes is $5.00.WOMENSI finish. single scored Griffis, also Union scored one in the top runs to score, six unearned.
hits but also took
,beginners and will be taughtas 14 walks and numerous advantage errorsto of Only a few pounds of bass Bass Wishes, thieved the bag and scored to of the sixth and Hawthorne Lake Butler will play: againon
such. Classes will be held SOFTBALL the John separate number 6 from Neil Crawford give the Tigers a 3-0 lead. came buck with three, making Thursday.\' I I. and then
run score.
two mornings each week forRIVEIli TOURNEY up __ .. In the second Jerry White the score 97. compete lor the District title
Brown and John Griffis led ...0 ,.. ,__ -ora
In the fast Hawthorne if
Norman's Farm Woman'sSoftball Sunoco with four hits each. ," swiped second and scored inning on Friday they win.
Team will play host to Bakken for '' J after reaching on an error. In
Joey was top man ;
a pre-season Invitational Methodist with three hits. .. the third Danny Hazen
Tournament to be held at the A; -i walked, pilfered the next

Westside ball park over the Standings: Cunningham 5- .a.- :. : base and scored on a singleby
301 S. Starke weekend. 0, Machine 3-1; Dodd's 3-2; >,; t. Jerry White. White also
.
The first will J stole second and later scoredon
game begin on Smith-Brown Brooker 1-4 '
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FBI & SATJAMES Friday, May 2, at 7 p.m. Nor- Methodist 0.5.Schedule 0 ... pitcher Bill Hemme's i
man's Farm will play at 9:30.: -: -. double.
BOND Games will be played all .... :'WIt Hemme a sophomore,
: Thursday, May J'
day Saturday and Saturday 1: 7:30: Smith-Brown vs ... ''tfi I' walked one and struck out six.
t:
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12:30: on Sunday afternoon. Brooker. unearned. Tiger Coach Terr I w

MAN Eleven teams will partici- Monday, May 5: 7:30: ;f" Stroemer said Hemme 6-2
pate including teams from Cunningham vs Smith-Brown; has been doing a fine job all
Gainesville Ocala, Jacksonville 8:43: Dodd's vs Machine. season long. '
WITH THEGOLDEN Palatka and LeesburgFLORIDA Bradford grldderi lake a much welcomed water break On Thursday, Lake Butler

< before resuming practice on Tuesday afternoon." jumped quickly to a 5-0 lead
over Hawthorne, in the first


I I Spring'Practice;' Under Way At Bradford

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? NeaVA. Spring practice' for the enced since they have only one On Thursday, 'May IS, the say now. Smith Is 6'2" and 200 "I
THEATRE Bradford gridders got under returning man. Tommy proposed starting team for pounds. \
PLUS way on Monday, April 21, and Edwards returns after an next season will play the graduating The guards will be filled by
has progressed quite well, excellent season last year. seniors In a game that Mike Adams who got limited

J Fri N Sat & Sun according to Head Football Two defensive men nose- Is a big rival between classes. experience on last years Head Football Coach David Hurse and offensive line
GEORGE C.SCOTT Coach David Hurse.Approximately man Scott Pooser and linebacker The Spring season of prac- team, David Godsey who coach Bill Hughes, run through things with the offense, correcting
47 boys Jimmy Clark, are tice will be highlighted by the, played in the ninth grade but their mistakes while running through plays., f
BANK5HOT dressed out for the first prac- returning to lead the all im- annual Football Jamboree didn't play last year, and
tice session, only eight of portant defensive front line. which will be held this year in Gerald Simmons, a junior' j
those with experience from The offensive backfield will Gainesville on May 23. The with good potential. BHS Golfers End Season jf
N..NNI last year. Twelve of the 47 are be led by four returning men Tornadoes will play Eastsideand The team has two good ball .
AS GATOR INfsH members of the junior varsityand with plenty of experience. Santa Fe in the event. players battling out .for the f
will move down today Jimmy Prevatt will call the Coach Hurse reported this starting center position. Law- With Loss To Lake I
I Sun & Mon (Thursday) when JV practice' plays again this year with outlook for the offensive team rence Budgett (61-212)( and CityBradford

begins. Jimmy Clark ''at fullback next season: Jeffrey Jockel (S'll-165)) are ,- ,
/THE FUKTHtti ADVENTUKfcSNOFALADYJ3EJTJSASUKE Coach Harry Hatcher of the Beaver: DeSue at running 'The tight end positions will both up from the JV and are golfers traveled to whose scores are totaled
\ JV has his hands full with over back, and Richard Lashley at be covered: by 6'0-170 pound proving to be excellent ball, Lake City on Thursday April ,.together and then comparedto
i 100 prospects signed up from halfback. ,Steve Ernest whose quicknessand players. They'll have a tough, 24, to be defeated in their final the other teams The \
Unrfnd Artists the eighth grade who will Only other returnlng'varsityplayer good speed make him a fight for the starting spot. match of the regular season starting golfers for Bradford .
.come out this afternoon. is Emmit Bright'who fine prospect, and 6'3-195 Jackson Prevatt will stand, by eight strokes and fell 165-, will be Ed Watts,Matt Herres, I
;
T N. A T M a The Tornadoes lost 26 start- covers the split end position. pound Wayne Berry who, as a behind Jimmy Prevatt for the 157 to the Columbia four. David'Gaines and covering
ing seniors: after last years Coach Hurse expects to senior is playing ball for the quarterback position and start Columbia's attack was led the fourth position either I
1 winning season which leaves a have at least 4-6 sophomores first time this year. out as a split end. Earl Biggs; by a young, sophomore golfer Bobby Patterson or Lee
PLUS lot of open positions says on the starting line-up and "Wayne has good strengthand will also play the end position. who shot a one-over-par 37 to Casey. I
coach Hurse. possibly more. is a good ball handler. Both Prevatt and Biggs are up'\' be followed by. two low scores Patterson _and Casey have ,* tended ,
RICHARD HARRIS -"Right now we are working "With this many young ballplayers With a little more experience from the JV and are looking of 39. the season with overall i ,
to put players in the proper on the starting team hell make a fine receiver" good. Perry Nicula to another, Ed Watts birdied two holes scores separated by only .16 of '' *
OMAR SHARIF places. That's the most Important it's important that we hold as Tommy Edwards will playat fine ball handler looking for, and ended with a 40 to lead the a stroke..The nearly identical
job we have for the many game-like scrimmagesas tackle along with Charles the end position. Bradford' scoring. Matt. scores were compiled after'
,
first few weeks. We have to possible." Reames who stands 5'11 and ''Herres and Lee Casey both the season's 20 matches.
get the right boys in the spots To give the players actual weighs 212 pounds. Reames The 1 backfield holds the'' followed with 41's and David "To break the close scores I
where they are most suited" experience the coaches have will be a sophomore next year most experienced men on the' Gaines finished with a 43. ''will have Bobby and Lee play
ASEABERQ flM DSTFUBUTHa NO RELEASE says Coach Hurse. "It's very' planned a scrimmage game and wasn't even a starter on team with 6'2-210 pound With the regular season now three matches this week with
important to place everyone for each: Friday night duringthe the jy ,team last year.. He Jimmy Clark at fullback who: complete the team gets ready .the winner. tilling the fourth'' I'
COLOR by C. J.PLUS where you can get the most spring training.On came on strong this year and is the only member of the for the District Match which 'spot In District," said Coach VWarney ,
out of them." May 9 the team will be was termed by Coach Hurse team that will go both ways. will be held on May 2, again on Adkinson about the ,; ., i '
The offensive backfield for divided in half by a system as "a pleasant surprise." He'll probably hold a defen- .the Lake City Golf and Country situation., ' '3 ,
.the team Is coming back witha similar to that of the pros and Bobby Smith looking goodat sive linebacker position. Sam Club course. The team has'marked a' i I'
Female Bunch few experienced men. Theoffensive play In the annual Scarlet and the tackle spot but he's been Bennett ($'&-155) will also try In the District each tm season record of 12 wins and B I
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Page 16 .
TELEGRAPII May 1. 1975 .


Lea a1.. LeIJal.'NOTICE Legals Le aIlE News .'

Community ELIZABETH GIVENS' WALKER
HOWARD O'NEAL WISEMAN
,
THOMAS A. CRAWFORD, Wainwright, owners.
7th of A, a/k/a HOWARD 0 MONDAY;
notified Dated this day April,
4 weeks after this date, April deceased, are hereby Starke florida. Husband, and CAROLYN RUTH
claims D. 1975 at ,
24 1975 claims and required to file any or WISEMAN Wife
,
no will be
honored demands which they may have 4/10 4tp 5/1 CHURCH NEWSPhiladelphia Greater Bethlehem Freewill Church School, 10 a.m. vices for the day Pleasant
against the of
estate
Walter T. Smith. against said estate in the officeof NOTICE OF SUIT Baptist Baptist Church Rev. Regular services will be held Grove United Methodist
the Circuit Judge of Bradford -------------- NO PROPERTY Church, Rev. W.D.. Dennis Jasper Williams pastor. Sunday, May 11. Church starts with' Prayer
Milo R. Smith
County, Florida, in the courthouse IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF pastor. Annual Men's and Monday night was rehearsal Mt.' Morlah and Pleasant Meeting Wednesday night.
Box 155 at Starke, Florida, within FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL To:Howard O'Neal 'Wiseman women's Day will be ob- for the Tiny Tots and Ushers Groye United Methodist
Lawtey, Fla 32058 four ((4)) calendar months from CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- c/o Helen Horton served Sunday, May 18. Board No. 2. Prayer Meeting Church Parish Rev. Willie Bible Class Thursday night

4/24/ 4tp 615NOTICEOF the date of the first publication FORD COUNTY. Spanish Fort, Alabama. Morning Worship will be Tuesday' night. Wednesdaynight Stitt pastor. Mt. Moriah activity Church School, 10 a.m. The

-------------.. of this notice. Each claim or IN PRORATE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat conducted by male membersof Choir' No. 1 rehearsal. starts with Church ,Youth will be in charge of services -

SEIZURE demand must be In writing and CASE NO. 75107CPIn an action for Dissolution of the church at II a.m. After Thursday night Story Hour at School 10 a.m. Communion at 11 a.m. Communion I

AND NOTICE TOSHOWCAUSE must state the place of residenceand Marriage has been filed againstyou noon Services will be led by the church. Friday night, Service at 11, concluding ser- Service, 4 p.m.
post office address of the re: The Estate of CHARLIE M. Howard O'Neal Wisemanand the women at 3 p.m. with Mrs. Choir No. 3 rehearsal Sunday

claimant and must be sworn to GASKINS, a/k/a C. M. GAS- you are required to serve a Theresa Holiday as speaker.: services begin with Church aaalUt .. eaaaaC'.c. '
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To: OWNERS, LIENHOLDERSAND by the claimant, his agent, or his KINS, deceased copy of your written defenses, if We are asking you to mark' School 'at 9:30.: Morning DAY CARE

ALL INTERESTED PAR- attorney, or it will become void_ any to it, on.the plaintiff's attor- this date on your calendar and Worship 11. Baptism will be 3 'I
TIES according to law. NOTICE OF PROBATETO ney, whose name and address is remember to worship with us held for Shanda and Senertha CENTER .j

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat April 7, 1975.JEWELLE. ALL PERSONS INTER Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O. and help make it a success. Bonds, granddaughters of Mr.
the Sheriff of Bradford ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, Mt. Pisgah AME Church. and Mrs. Barns of Starke. FROM ARM BABIES

County will apply to The Honor H. CRAWFORD SAID DECEDENT: and file the original with the Rev. B.J. Franklin pastor., Dinner will be served at 12:30.: '" TO SCHOOL AGE .

able Bzie S. Sanders, County Administratrix of the Estate You are hereby notified that a clerk of the above styled courton Sunday services will begin Evening Worship, 6 p.m.

Court Judge, on the 14th day of of Thomas A. Crawford, written instrument purporting to or before May 19, 1975: with Church School at 10 a.m. New Hope Baptist Church, CONSTANT CARE-. !

May, 1975 at 10:00: a.m. in the deceased be the Last Will and Testamentof otherwise a Judgment may be Communion service at 11. At 4 Rev L.W. Mosely pastor '2 BALANCED SNACKS '
Bradford County Courthouse at 4/10 4t 5/1 said decedent has been entered against you for the relief p.m. a continuation with Church School, 10 a.m.

,t' Starke Florida for an Order of admitted to probate in this. demanded in the complaint or communion service. Morning Worship at 11. After- NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M..

Forfeiture as to the following -------------. court. You are hereby com- petition. Allen Chapel AME Church noon service 3 p.m.
: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF manded within four ((4)) calendar WITNESS my hand and the Rev R.G. Heastor pastor. Kbenezer Baptist Church REASONABLE RATES
properties
((1)) 1965 2-door Volkswagon FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL months from the date of the first seal of said Court on April 17, Weekly services begin with Rev: Leroy Davis pastor. WE WILL WORK WITH !MOTHERS TO SOLVE I!
publication of this notice to 1975. and Class Bible Class and Prayer ,
Sedan, red In color, CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- Prayer Meeting
10115701620, Tag72 Fla. 10D- FORD COUNTY.IN appear in this Court and show Meeting Tuesday night. Meeting Thursday night, THEIR PROBLEMS ,!_. }
23251, Owner: Valarie A. Best, PROBATE cause, if any you can, why the Gilbert S. Brown Friday night Love Feast, 8 Sunday School 9:30: a.m: (
Address Unknown; CASE NO. 75-107-CP action of this Court in admittingsaid As dark of said Court p.m. All members urged to Morning Worship .at 11 Greater Bethlehem Free \V
Will to probate should not By: Beulah M. MoodyAs attend. Evening Service, 6 p.m.
((2)) 2-door VolkswagonSedan 1-;
grey in color, In re: The Estate of CHARLIE M. stand unrevoked. Deputy Clerk. Sunday services begin with New Bethel Baptist Church. ,Will Baptist Church. '
a/k/a C.M. 4/244t 5/15 Church School 10 a.m. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor 964-5136 'J J'
72 Fla. 11D- GASKINS
104179225, Tag # '" '
._ 1101 CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST
,.
R.A. Green ------------ Communion Service 5:30: Bible Class and Prayer Meeting OR
3492, Owner: D.A. Focks, 999 GASKINS, deceased. I
S.W. 16th Avenue, Gainesville, CIRCUIT JUDGE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, p.m.: each Wednesday night. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 ,
Florida; NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 4/10 4t 5/1 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
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((3)) 1968 2-door Ford Galazie) creditors of the estate of AND FOR BRADFORD

500, white over green, Louisiana CHARLIE M. GASKINS, a/k/a REGISTRATION OF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Case No. 75-28-CJ ((1-2298))
License 28X-902 C.M. GASKINS, deceased, are FICTITIOUS NAMES :JUVENILE DEPARTMENTIN
and to
ID08U56Y117919, Owner hereby notified required
file any claims or demands We the undersigned, being
Unknown; THE INTEREST OF: JEREMY
((4)) 1957 Chevrolet Station which they may have against duly sworn, do hereby declare ANDREW DAVIS, a/k/a/ BABY

Wagon, brown and white in said estate in the office of the under oath that the names of all BOY DEAR, a minor child.' 1
color, Tag #26W-4623 IDCV- Circuit Judge of Bradford persons interested in the business /

B57A139734; Owner: Ralph E. County, Florida, in the court-' or profession carried on NOTICE

Schwalm, Address Unknown; house at Starke, Florida, within under the name of Happy Stopsat THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

Each interested party is four ((4)) calendar months from 308 South Thompson Street, ,JEAN DEAR, the natural mother

required to file or appear to the date of the first publicationof P. O. Box 1209, Starke, Florida, and the natural father and TO
show cause before this Court on this n.>tice. .Each claim or and the extent of the interest of WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.

the 14th day of May, 1975 at demand must be in writing and each, is as follows:

10:00: a.m. in the County Courtin must state the place of residenceand YOU ARE HEREBY notified GENERAL ELECTRIC

and for Bradford County why post office address of the Name Extent of Int. that a Petition under oath, copy

said property should not be for claimant and must be sworn to Michael Bach 100% of ,which is delivered to you APPLIANCES

feited pursuant to Florida law. by the claimant, his agent, or his /sMichael Bach herewith, has been filed in the
WITNESS my hand and seal attorney, or it will become void Sworn to and subscribed this above styled Court for the permanent

this 1st day of April, 1975. according to law.: 8th day of April, A. D. 1975 commitment of THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY

April 7th, 1975. 4/244tchg 515NOTICE ,JEREMY ANDREW DAVIS,' -
E. Reddish --------------
Dolph a/k/a BABY BOY DEAR, a
Sheriff of Bradford County JIMMY GASKINS OF INTENTIONTO minor male child, born March '

4/104tchg 5/1 Executor of the Estate of REGISTER 31, 1975, to a Ucensed Child 12.E.. If You Need A New Range-

Charlie M. Gaskins,a/k/a FICTITIOUS NAME Placing Agency for subsequent FT. ,,
-------------' C. M. Gaskins,deceased .
adoption, and you are hereby
4/10 4tchg 5/1 Pursuant to Section 865.09 commanded to be and appear in Refrigerator -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Florida Statutes, notice is here- the above Court at Starke REFRIGERATORioiur "
--------------
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- by given that the undersignedJohn Florida at 3:00: p.m. on the 2nd
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Curies, 742 N. Church day of June, 1975, and to show $187 Washer

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL Street, Starke, Florida, 32091, cause why said Petition shouldnot
CASE NO. 7597IN CIRCUIT IN AND FOR. BRAD- doing business under the firm be granted. ,

FORD COUNTY. name of "SUZUKI OF STARKE" WITNESS my hand as Judgeof orDrer

RE: The Marriage of CASE NO. 7579CCIn 304 East Call Street, Starke, said Court and the Seal USED Bu

FRANCES CAROL MARKS Bradford County, Florida, Intends thereof, this 18th day of April, yow- \
KENNEY, Petitioner, and re: Estate of PEARLIE STARLING
to register said fictitious 1975. .
RICHARD LeROY KENNEY, Re. deceased. '
name under the provisions of GAS Don't Miss
spondent. aforesaid statute. R. A Green Jr.
.
NOTICE TO CREDIT RS- Sav'e '
John Curies, sole owner., CIRCUIT JUDGE
NOTICE OE;,SUIT ... ..l-II crgditogqfthe) estate of iruIIg or Ua ta JN
.
5/1 4t 5/22
i Dated this 21st of enivii
April
day
To Richard lJESTA3UNG.},; deceased, j __ := .. .. .
: LeRoysKenney ( -- -- n .:, This"
.*.M'. '1 jl A. D. 1975 at Starke, Rorida. ?
Sreb7 ftotffied. and
Muskegon Michigan required'to 4/244tchg 515REGISTRATION NOTICE OF INTENTION ELECTRIC
file any claims or demands TO REGISTER )
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YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat which they may have against OF FICTITIOUS NAME 8
an action for dissolution of said estate in the office of the FICTITIOUS NAMES ONLY SALEAll

marriage has been filed againstyou circuit judge of Bradford Pursuant to Section 865.09

and you are required to County, Florida, in the court We the Florida Statutes, notice is RANGES
undersigned, being
serve a copy of your written house at Starke, Florida, within duly sworn, do hereby declare hereby given that the undersigned AT THIS Prices
defenses, if any, to it on four calendar months from the James O. McDaniel,
under oath that the names of all
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor date of the first publication of persons interested in the business Route 1, Cox 275-D, Starke, Even Less
Petitioner, whose address is this notice. Each claim or or profession carried on Florida, and Herman Paul $5000' PRICE

114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box demand must be In writing and under the name of Bradford Fuel Russell, 1822! Sleepy Hollow

995, Starke, Florida 32091, and must state the place of residenceand 'at 308 South Thompson Street, Drive, Starke, Rorida, 32091, With Trade

file the original with the Clerk of post,office address of the P. O. Box 1209, Starke; Florida doing business under the firm NOW ONLY
the above-styled Court on or claimant and must be sworn to name of"R & M ENTERPRISE". FREE AUTOMATIC'COOK
and the extent of the interest of FULLY
before May 12, 1975, otherwisea by the claimant, his agent, or his each, is as follows: Sleepy Hollow Drive, Starke,
judgment may be entered attorney, or it will become void Bradford County, Florida, WASHER O O

against you for the relief according to law. Name Extent of Int. 32091, intends to register said 2 Speeds, 2 Cycles $1 89
demanded in the Petition. This 7th day of April, A.D. fictitious name under the ROOKS
WITNESS hand and the 1975. MODEL WWA7000P
my Freeman Register,Jr. 20% \ provisions of aforesaid statute. USED
seal of said Court on the 7th day
James O. McDaniel and
Freeman Register, III 20%!
of April, 1975. Jennings StarlingCoAdministrator Michael Bach 20% Herman Paul Russell, '''sole NEW. WITH TRADE REBUILT

Larry Crawford 20% owners.
GILBERTS. BROWN Morris StarlingCoAdministrator Dated this 28th day of April, -
J.G Holton 20%
CLERK OF SAID COURTBy /Freeman Register,Jr. A. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida: G.E. GASDRYER G.E.WASHERS ,

t : Donna M. Branson 4/104t 5/1 /Freeman Register, III 4/1 4tp 5/22 .
Deputy Clerk -------------
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IsMichael Bach '
4/104t/ 5/1 NOTICE OF INTENT TO CON-
NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S
/a/ J.G. Holton
-------------- SIDER THE ADOPTION OF AN
SALE /sLarry L, Crawford 8 PIECE
IN THE CIRCUIT Notice is ORDINANCE AMENDING I I01Ly$9700
COURT OF hereby given that I,
f THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of Sworn to and subscribed this ORDINANCE No 75-2 RELATING Dent On Top WHILE THEY LAST

1' IN AND FOR BRADFORD Bradford County, Florida, under 10th day of April, A. D. 1975 TO THE BRADFORD CAST IRONCOOKWARE

COUNTY, FLORIDA. and by virtue of Writ of Execu 4/24 4tchg 5/15 COUNTY HOSPITAL; $ 00

Ii' CASE NO. tion, to-wit: ------------- 50
Execution issued out of TO: ALL CITIZENS, TAXPAY-- SET
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
ERS AND OTHER INTERESTED AND UP
In Re: The Petition of RAY County Court of Bradford TAX DEED

MOND H. BREEDLOVE. County, Florida pursuant to a PERSONS.
.. ONLY $34
Final Judgement for Raiford NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, YOU AND EACH OF YOU'ar.hereby .
NOTICE OF ACTION Tetstone
d/b/a
Bogie's
that Albert Thomas the holder of
{ and herewith given
Plumbing of Starke, Florida, and I
the certificates has
following
notice In accordance with Sac-,
ToCharles Brock Mildred
: Eugene against Copeland,
Residence filed said certificates for a tax tan 125.66 Florida Statutes that AT SAWYER SLADF APPLIANCE We Give
Unknown defendant, in the amount of deed to be issued thereon. The the Board of County Commissioners You Free Delivery
$125.00 together with costs of
certificate numbers and of
years
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the collection. of Bradford County, TAKEUPTO 24MO.TOPAY
issuance the of the
description
Florida, at their Regular Meetingto \
above-named Petitioner, RAY Have seized and have in my
and the in
MOND H. BREEDLOVE the property, names be held at 9:30: a.m. in the
has possession following
which it assessed are as
filed a petition in the. above- described personal property, to was County Commission Meeting\
styled Court for the adoption of WIt: follows Certificate: No 68. Room, Bradford County CourtHouse I' 30-60-90 DAYS SAME AS I CASH I

I Starke, Florida, on
the minor children named in the 1967 Ford 4-door ID No. 1973.
Year of Issuance
: 2 1975 will
You Monday, June consider -
petition. are commanded to 7H31C182737
Description of Property: Com. .
the adoption of an Ordinance
serve a copy of your written As the property of the above 353ft. E. of NW Cor of NE'/ of New Low Prices MOBILE HOMES
objections or defenses, if any, named defendant and that on NE'A and run S.225 ft. for ROB ORDINANCE relating to: on FREE'GIFT

on petitioner's attorney, Myron Monday, the 5th day of May, then run W. 106 ft, S. 68 ft. E. AN amending
i C. Prevatt, Jr., P. O. Box 634 1975, at twelve o'dOCk Noon on 106ft. N. to POB. Sec: 30, T-7- Ordinance No. 75-2 relating to

Keystone Heights, Florida, said day on the premises of the S, R-22E. the Bradford County Hospital; TO THE FIRST;

32656, on or before May 5, 1975, Bradford County Jail, I will offer Name in which assessed: Vernon repealing Section 1; repealing
and file the original with the for sale and sell to the highest J. Forsyth. Section 13; and providing an I33EEI '10 CUSTOMERS

Clerk of this Court either before bidder for cash in hand, the All of said property being in effective YOU ARE date;FURTHER GIVEN i ,
serve on petitioner's attorney or above described property of said
State of
the County of Bradford,
immediately thereafter; other. defendant to satisfy the afore- Florida. NOTICE ordinance that a copy is available of said proposed for'your 1EBtfI.: WHO CALL FOR
the relief by the Execution. '
wise BOUght .sajd Unless such certificate or cer- Inspection at the office of .

petition may be granted. tificates shall be redeemed the Clerk of the Circuit Court A FREE IN HOMEESTIMATE
WITNESS my hand and seal Ddph E. Reddish, Sheriff according to law the property ?
of the Court this 3rd day of April, Bradford County, Florida described in such certificate or Bradford County Court House, I
1975. 4/10.4t 511NOTICE the Starke, Florida. .' Carrier ON
certificates will be sold to EACH AND EVERY PERSON :
highest bidder at the court
-------------- having any Interest whatever in
GILBERT BROWN INTENTIONTO house door on the 19th day of of this AIR
OF the enactment proposed
. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
I COURT REGISTER May, 1975.' ordinance should appear and be CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING .
Dated this 10th day of April, '
NAME heard the time and
FICTITIOUS at place '
Beulah M. CONDITIONING
By: Moody
Deputy Clerk 1975. Gilbert S. Brown, herein prescribed. 3.. TON SYSTEM COMPLETELY INSTALLED $695.00
866-09
4/1041 5/1/ Pursuant to Section Clerk

Florida Statutes, notice Is here- By: Beulah M Moody BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (PLUS ANY NECESSARY ELECTRICAL WORK1' Plus ru

; TroFLORIDA ;:; by given that the undersigned Clerk of Circuit Court
1 IN OF Carolyn Brown and Herbert BRADFORD COUNTY;
EIGHTH JUDICIAL Wainwright, Route, Box 142E, of Bradford County, florida FLORIDABy

' CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD Starke, Bradford County, 4/244t 5/15 .
--------------
, FORD COUNTY. Florida 32091 doing business COURT : Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk SnWYERSLRDEHPPLIHNCE
) I IN PROBATE under the firm name of "MORN- IN THE CIRCUIT 1t 5/1
CIRCUIT OF
CASE NO. 75-106-CP EIGHTH JUDICIAL --------------
ING SUN HEALTH FOODS",
i 866 N Temple Avenue, Starke, FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- NOTICEI '
'
: In re: The Estate of THOMAS A.. Bradford County, Florida, in- FORD COUNTY I will not be responsible for
'I: CRAWFORD, deceased. tends to register said fictitious >
i{ CIVIL ACTION any debts made! by anyone other .r
J name under the provisions of then myself.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS aforesaid statute CASE No,75-1 13 -D. E.

{' All creditor of the MUM of Carolyn.Brown.. ; ,and Herbert IN RE:, :The Marriage of 4/17/ <4tp 5/8 Boetwright' .
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For Sale For Sale ,4 Real Estate

('LASSIFIEDAURATtS t WANTED l FOR SALE: 15 ft. fisherman, FOR SALE: 12 x 65 Mobile O HAVE YOU HEARD? Long Champ {a'''
SALE
BACK YARD
l)cu for I 1111('l'tI 011TU'Kday brand new factory discount home take over payments. AVON TO THE RESCUE :

Noon preceding $310. Call McVay Enterprises, Inquire 964-7212,4/17_ 5/8 I Saturday Road Starke.May Shoes 3, 515, bags Alton, Home and :
Thursday before publication. 373-9972 4/17 4tchg 5/8 ------- ----
.1 pants suits, dresses, In A ? Save Building Materials |
----- Caught Up Lay-Off
WANTED Used -------
: cheat 'of
blouses,shorts, slacks, and
Minimum riiurKi-I.Mm: .) 'drawers, vanities and beds Your Budget By Selling Our -WE BUILD
.
Ceramics by "Eloise. No '
;Cox ris 1 15: Win'(IsI > used refrigerators. Dahmer's trwiliega Famous Products. Call Lama
I'acli cord, over I 15I ; Discount 9647923. 3/13 tREALESTATE J items over $5. Everythingmust Oyatt at 755-0731 or write P. O. ''YOUR PLANS OR OURS
gol Sale starts at 10 .
Box Lake Fla. 32055.
I liftillsAll 8tchg 51WANTED MISCELLANEOUSWATSON'S 6127 City YOUR LOT OR
OURS' '
REALTY a.m. (In case of rain the -f tf -. 1
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sale will be held Saturday
C'I..hin..1clK i iniiht be FREE ESTIMATES
Imin : Old auto license May 10).One table of items
.li.it Pnul. established advance unless you plates before 1950. Will pay 30 acres with good timber, Is free if you can use It. it REMODELING REPAIRS ,
'
r an iici'ounl
unit the top dollar for Florida tags paved road front. 4 miles N. of\ $ SAVE $ ADDITIONS r''r:
in
TcleKiuph that
before 1925. P. 0. Box 117, HOUSE OF VACUUMS Starke terms.Commercial .. ,
euv.1 ;5O I'C'lItKII'a chargeIm / Gainesville Alabama 35464. 328,000- KINGSLEY LAKE Cot FRED HOMES BOUGHT SOLD '
Cash r"Blster'paper. DAVIS
11I1Ii1lOII"'hl"IllKlbl":': forerrors FOR SALE:
| 4/242tchg 5/1 Many brands of new vacuums. building block construction tage -'2 BR, large kitchen with sizes In stock. TRADED
i alien given theplane most
over --------- Used machines available. 2,400 ft. 1 eating DR, LR GMC TRUCKS
--- sq. acre area separate
| orlicn. espy Is not Call In to see if wt have your BUICK PONTIAC"A [ ACREAGE FOR SALE
all makes. land, 3 miles from Starke. front ft back
Expert Repairs porch..deck..plusa
lid| mill b"oll" )>lil lo he of- WANTED: Block layer. Call 473- size or come In and Just LITTLE
Iko. 2000.. Itp Parts and Accessories for all a dock (less than 3 years browse at The Office Shop. RIDE CAN 964-6853

------------ vacuums. Built in central 19 acres Lawtey good timber old:> ) all completely furnished... SAVE YOU A LOT" TF HWY. 301 S STARKE TF

vacuum cleaning systems..712 Terms. excellent location) GREEN COVE SPRINGS-. JK
N. Main Gainesville 3767110.TF - I
t l olorcJcles J 176 acres Brooker area. Some J15.000 UTILE LAKE SANTAFE BRASINGTONUlI.I.I.USlUlU. JIMMY MOORE'S '

planted pines. undeveloped lot with 75 feeton '
.
PERSONAL SERVICE ----------"-- water approx.400 feet deep. ( .\ : ( ...: Sun SportsMORE | W.ll Drilling)

LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast' 1 to 10 acres open! land. 4 Mies Artth down payment owner will SAI.KSasKIirKl'iiif : :

with X-11 Diet Plan $3.. from Starke., Home sites only. lnance..lBeautiful( trees and our hvlrrtkHi. of l'.'tOil fin BOAT FOR 2" thru 6"
; FOR SALE: Schwinn 10 speed REDUCE Excess Fluids with best fishing. Taken. On Cmlillac Ti'tnU'H2IHH YOUR MONEY TF

r HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of bike, like new $56. Regular X-Pal 3. KOCH DRUG. 2/6 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites very -....... .... 21111I :-\\.1:1111': : :t7HtoiINKS : ; STARKE PH 964-5791 Fast Rotary
l,) arts and crafts. Also guar bike $25. Call 782-3254 after 15tchg 6/12, N.W. of Starke Terms. LAKE HAMPTON OAKS..Re- (;.\I : \ II.I.K.:
anteed stereo 118Court. 4:30.: ItpSTARKE Drilling Equipment
repair. ------------ COMPLETE
stricted 1 1/2 acre lots on Lake OUTBOARD &
Ph..: 967329._: 1tchg. ------------ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS.The George Roberta Real Estate Hampton and 1 to 2 Acre building STERN DRIVE SERVICE ''State Licensed

CYCLE CENTER 403E. only requirement for 964-7826 or 9646593A.J.Thomas !sites..a new subdivision on AND REPAIR

,. /MOBILE HOME MOVING."Also. Call Street, Ph. 964-6020) membership is a DESIRE to tf 301 South. <"'ct i<'P MOW repairman haw a (ulltlme for/ all nppliIM your' COMPLETE FIBERGLASS. Pump I

mobile lunnn liucricane un Your Authorized. HODAKA stop drinking. Ph. 964 7959. - ,'pl'"ir needs REPAIR

chorind and mobile, homo roof dealer. tfchg. 964-7619 or 9645148. 1/2 SARATOGA HEIGHTS 1768 CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLfrSS'FISHING "
13 TP-8/28 Realtor feet'.> two baths four bod- New & UsedSalesPartsService I
todtimj Olin's'I\t.OI1IlE\ Home ------------ sq. BadcocksV64S289 '
I Call BOATS
'' ----- 621 N. Walnut St.
------ 1 Florida
Service 964 5o06. Ht. 100 W. rooms study room
T.I.964.6162Very central heat &air. $25,500.001
Stdrke Fla. tfrlty .

------------ t FOR SAIE J AUTOMOBILES clean and nice two bedroom A very fine buy. E-Z Terms"PIUmbinljl
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frame dwelling 423 W.
BROOKLYN LAKE..beautiful RluminumSiding
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: USEDFOR Canter St., in Starke fenced riew..white; beach..2 BR CB J

Sales service. Installation back,yard-'.Owner will finance.' & air... Ceramic Tile
,"., ,stereos, phono reel-reel. FOR SALE: Washer and dryer '. tome..withlheat. .veryorivate. Vinyl Tit

tapes cassettes radios. Work refrigerators sewing SALE: 1966 Ford Galaxie High and"dry"tola' suitable for '_'_ FREE ESTIMATES Aluminum New Installation/
: guaranteed. 118 Court. 964- machine, 2 door ref-freezer 600 A/C, radio heater very homes. Modular Homes and 984-7015
7329. 1tchg. frost free. 964-6760., p good condition. Take Mobile Homed some with water INVESTMENTS, for the future: W.T. Laney Tile Co. Remodeling
.J-i' __ __ up front orbBeautiful Building tots in Country Club Starhe Sof fet: 1DLrranc
---- -- ------------ payments on 1972 Kawasaki HamptonLake. 4tp
I 4 Financing available. Estates and Bessent Road. Repairs t
100 Street Scrambler. 964-
SEWING MACHINES repaired, .
FOR SALE 283 ..
: Chevy - -
all makes cleaned oiled and engine 7337 after 6.30.:: Itp
completely; rebuilt. Installation Several 10 and 20 acre tracts SWIMMING POOL..consider RemodelingCement
------------ INSURANCEAT
Work
adjusted $7. guar available. Country Garage suitable for Farm Homes also your health' and the health of .|'
anteed. James Strickland 964-
964-1942. 1tchg. FOR SALE: '69 Ford Wagon larger tracts if desired. your family..large heated pool REDUCED RATES

8733. tfchg. ------------ top luggage rack factory air, with 'all the trimmings..2 BR AUTO FIRE BOAT Work
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with rebuilt with 'Pump & Supply
engine $750. jnodern kitchen..also '"
DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
FOR SALE Diamond
needles for
JILL'S SAW SHOP Complete : Country Garage 9647942. trailer...the price is right!
sharpening service, circular any stereo over 247 different Itchg. - AGENCYLOW FinancingAvallablo Company
have them all. Dahmar's ; t"
ones we
hand carbide chain. Mower ----- Cecelia T.
------- Terwlllegar RATE MOBILE: HOME

blades hollow ground and Discount_..!_tfchg. FOR SALE '53 c:7I'lldrL Cfedr5ar1. Reg. Real Estate Broker INSURANCE 'CHG: 864 N. Temple Ave. I
----- ---- : Dodge pick-up
,
balanced. Cal 964-7509 or 208W. Madison Ave., ;
It leave at Jackaon Building FOR SALE: 6 pc. dinette set, mechanical A-1 condition REAL ESTATE Starke '

Supply Starke or Keystone Walnut table 5'x3' including $350. Needs Paint Job. _,0.1 IRr/T v LAWr5TLA. EAL'OR'office 964-7776 9&4-S8S8 i"

Heights.tfchg. leaf walnut chairs with black ltdngOR.Country Garage 9647942. 12 acres 260000. home 964-5145 Davidson 964-7061 I

------------ leather seats. 1 year old - 1 1M I
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'SINGER AUTHORIZED SER- ,excellent condition. $60. Earl 2 BR frame home ,- ,$9,500.r Mobile Home Park 1'1'

.k. makes and models. .nemlng f. Park. 468-1756 after 4 p.m. / side boxes, radlcL heater new 2 BR furnished home yvithchain .bbJ.oA61. .1 r !',!, J.A OIIniSubdirisionII

machines. All work fully guaranteed 1tp tires 82,000 miles-- excel. link fence $9.600........ _
$30 Per Mo.
COLEMAN'S ------------ mech. cond. 695. Call 964-
home MULTIPLELISTINGS : "r
2 CB I
BR cent heat/air *
. SEWING 138 E. Call 6061. tfchg. r.
. CENTER FOO SALE: Building materials ducts in carport for future room Walk To New' i
St., Starke. Phone 9648312. ----- ------ 1'i I
wall insulation electrical
nice tot $18,200
6/1 4tchg 6/22 .. .:._ Shopping Center
equipment insulation board
FOR SALE: 1966 Chevy PU
3 BR 1 Va beth furnished double-.
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trim, plumbing Joints odds & large utility body ladder rack, City Gas, Water & Sewer I I Im

NEW OPENING: Betty's Beauty ends. 964-6666 after 5 p.m. new tires 81,000 miles ex- wide MHnn1acre_ _: $ 3.650. Over 250 Realtors and associates
s
Salon Special permanent Itchg. cellent mechanical condition, 60 Acres livable house & selling your property. On 301 South
wave $12. April 1 thru May 3. ------------ $696. Call 964-6061. rfchg. approx. 250 cords of standing

North :301 on Browns Road. FOR SALE: 1554 foot bass boat ---------_-- pine Lawtey! .>.$89 _per acre. 2 old houses on large lot $7,000 Jolu Motel Vi Aero Lots For Rent $25OPoer Mo.,Water & ;

Call 964-8474 for appoint- with 40 .HP 984.8810 Sewage Furnished .
Mercury
trolling 62.7 acres Hampton area $880
2 Bedroom frame ;
ments. 1tp motor &galvanized trailer 12' Acre. $9,250 Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 100 W.

t fishing boat, 4 HP Mercury J LOST AND FOUND'LOST I'm' uwrer n,., Bedroom frame $10,750
TOP SOIL, FILL I DIRT: 6 days a motor pool table 8' x 4', :_If.U''_

week dozer work/ and drag- excellent shape. Call 4732689. "' I_782-38O6 ::-
nr ra LTax w/.a/ a NfMTwUNITED (Crqsby: Lake,2 BR $12,200:
1line work./ Call 468-1873 Star 1tp

$ Rt. HamptonSTEPHEN ------------ Country G *
SMITH LANDFILL tfdg.jSINGER Handywey: Beige Store Pekingese corner Rd.at ".)1\ Large;2 BR?:% Acre $12,500, arag:
FOR SALE
: Dry chicken litter.
Grlffn. 16 and 226. REWARD. He FARM AGENCY :3 Bedroom."Cor. Lot $22,000
Rodney 964-6767. lap
REGISTERED
REAL Road Phone 964.7942
1
>/ SEWING MACHINES. needs medication.' Call 964- Morgan
: ------------ ESTATEBROKEAPAULUIRENEFAULKNER.
All new sewing machines now 6638. 1tp Small,farm, Good 3 BR house
sale FOR SALE: 13 ft. plywood boat ------------ Spring Sp.clals
: on at your Singer Dealer.
& trailer. 96450662'A
I Uberal trade in allowance on 75. 964-8332. lap All size acreage

any make sewing machine. ------------ Acre 3 BR 1 Bath Brick Tune-Ups Disc Brakes Motors Overhauled

COLEMAN'S SEWING FOR SALE: 1 acre or 15 for sale. r FOR RENT 1 Veneer built in kitchen appliances FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
CENTER 138 E. Call St., Underwood Motel Highway > Terms 206 N.Temple(IUS-301)) 6.Cyl 53850 Clutch Repair

Starke. Phone 9648312. 5/1 301 North of Starke. Itp 904/964-6522,468-1642
: 4tchg 6/22 5750 Parts a Labor
------------
I Valve Jobs
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FOR RENT: BRADFORD VILLAGE Plus Parts Extra For Turning Disc
FOR SALE: Carpet. Direct Mil .
APTS. Modern furnished

\. WE colors Price. $2.49$3.49 In stock. Call. 549. All A/C 1 BR, walk-in Over 1300 Sq. Ft.:on a big beau- 8 Cyl Brake Jobs Front End
Collect
closet enclosed patio off tiful well landscaped lot.
SPECIALIZEHome Jax. 388-3069 Free Eat. 5/1 315 'RANCH LIQUIDATION '5000
2tp68FOR street parking. Washington - 51000 Rebuilding
l St., Ph. 964-8601 Custom built Cabinets in Kitchen 10.20.40 Acres or more in
--------'---- tfchg. Hardwood/ floor in Dining Clay County Keystone Plus Parts Drum Type

.r...' Most from
------------ Room. parcels
SALE: Mobile Home Parts
." ... $1150' .r r $1710
-* : per acre.
AIR CONDITIONING and HOMES supplies SALES.DUN'S Hwy.MOBILE 100 FOR RENT: One bedroom and 2 Big Living Room With W/W Down payment and term.neg.tI.bl. Charles Green Air Conditioning Service

i FOR ,MOBILE HOMES bedroom furnished apts. Ph.' Carpet 3 Big Bedrooms All .. Also, 2 story
W. Starke, 964-6608 tfchg.
9648071. l Itp Air-conditioned attached house with four fireplaces, Open All Day Saturday
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t.Tt ------------ on'S'' Leaton Buddy) m
garage Steel Tripod TV Tower acres $25,000. Built (
FOR SALE: Do fr yourself 12 ...... .
by prior to 1900 Long terms.
- 4t 4/24.5/15
FOR RENT OHn's Subdivision Matthews Morgan Road 964-7942 ono ;
12 inch tile.,with stick on beck 1/2 acre lots $25.00 per On Church Street '- Close 'to ,WEST CENTRAL J 1 1li

2/27 now. 26tchg at Dahmer's 8/25 Discount. month. Water & Sewage Everything.. REALTY. INC. .Ll .. _' "
- Registered
furnished. For information call Broker
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-- Mark Ollrt. Olln's Mobile' Can Be Bought For $22,800 ,1-371-2301, Anytime

i 'FOR SALE: Mattress ft spring Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., Completely Furnished- Ready to Evenings 473-203 I
I ,sets available. Double bed Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. Move In. Will 1 Sell Unfurnished

size. Holiday J Im of Starke 21000. J
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2 Ton t/np/ '650.00 301 North. 9647600.. 4/24 -'- :

2tchg 6/1 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile GIGANTIC GARAGE
I ... "LA E HAMPTON OAKS"Now
home. Call 9644245
Completely Installed ------------ or 964- Call-I Bill PoweH.Broker SALE

f" 7938..ttp Everything from soup to
FOR SALE House beautiful
: plants. -
Included ------------ nuts. Furniture,
964-464.
hardware
I ALE"n reasonably priced. FOR. RENT: dean 2 bedroom antiques, and tots of bricabrac. -
Stud 1231
Poodle service
& SERVICELerris's. Butler Road. 964-8375.! Itchg. mobile home air conditioned. Sat. ft Sun. Call Thurt.. Fri Sat. Available ,

Water furnished. Ph. 964- 633.706BYRON New items every day. 414
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8797. 1tp N. Myrtle Street Follow ,"Restricted"Waterfront
/
FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records
------------ signs. !Itp
I ....tl..r'W.rll.. $.... .5.., LP for $3.98 at Lots.
Dahmer's Discount227 OR RENT 12' wide 'mobile E. DUCE,
.,, ,
8/25 homes outsidit, city limits.J.8. Reg. Real Estate Broker
26tchg White. Ph. 1)046114) : 393 N.Temple Ave. Wooded IVi acre restricted: lake lots. Come see
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1 & 2 home sites covered with beautiful
------------ 964-7700 our acre
353 N. Temple AveJ FOR SALE: 38 Snub DOM'fiend FOR RENT: Houle keeping apt. SALE oaks and pines just. waiting for your new dream ,
.22 hand $24.96, week month.' -
gun$5& guns furnished by or House and 10 MartsadlAntique home.
t.OR 25 automatic guns from Underwood Motel. 301 Wghway acres. Hampton .......-J_..... .
$22,500. ,
SALE AU
,
I : types of I
$49.95. Dahmers Discount north of Starke. lip
Furniture
afternoon:
Colored P"ncllaln stock at Salesman on site Saturday & Sunday
tfchg ------------
The Office Shop. Color See us for all your Real EstateLISTINGS New & Used '
------------. L. EDWARDS: III & ASSOCIATES:
;
brlle Non-Face, 20 cent* .Weds. K. ,

each. Thick lead opaque rOR SALE: Case pocket knives furniture'

cotorama 30 cants each t t now at Oahmers Discount; ES' FOR'SAIE FINANCING.RENTALS ,, plsaesrs a Mr REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER
and also Mongol colored tfchg. NEEDED Thaw Pmewe
EXCLUSIVE AGENT
11 Call Anytime
pensile cent each. Stop '
-- --------- BOONE'SUpholstery
,In and take a look DOOM .. HEIGHTS: .; it t
8AtrE I VERNIE 473-4883 KEYSTONE
FOR 8x9 Linoleum $&.. FOR SALE: 3 BR 2 bath brick: .
9x12 Linoleum $.... Also home In Starke. ; 984-6470 ,
FOR SALEi Notebook. i carpet & Antiques 475-2636 ''i I
r 12x12 and 12x15 to stock. draperies, appliances .In- .
Memo pads, envelope, .
L markers adding machine and Hundreds to choose. from at cluded. Phone 473-2039 after Applean Brown 1U N.fealple a- ,. i iI
964-7965 +" i r.
Dahmerm Discount tfchg. 8 p.m. or.weekends.- tfchg. lurk Hck. .
paperThe. Office .
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/ ( ( --1-1--c-f; I # FOR MONTH OF MAY
% \P I) )LctL4) I 1Y. EwV "SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE"No

(c I'//Ji12r. S j'4r11 a ,.,r Rain Checks -"....
We Have R,
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SAVE NOW! !I !1 Panelling G- Rccemories -

Lumber Prices Are On ?Ti Lumber,
Hardware,, Plumbing -
The Way Back Up
& Electrical
Compare These
All Items Available At Starke Store
Price5ThenCom. ,. Over Night Availability At
Save With U. t Our Keystone Store

JACKSON'S PERSONNEL SELLS FOR LESSON '"

WESTERN ,

WHITE WOODSSLIGHTLY A

WEATHERED MOBILE I HOME

.'General.\ STRIPPING, STAKES, ETC. GREEN FIBERGLASS TRUSSESApprox..
Utility I .
BY -
Lumb.r All ,, "C PANELS ALSYNITE I 12' $499
1. /8 'X .11/ PER LIN. 26" WIDE SHEETS /
FT. _"" petteet. 8'$499EA.. Approx. 24' $Q 99
1 x 4 WHITE WOODS 8''' 49 A. : \oses; 10'$699EA.. EA.

oIC j& 12' $I99 PlywaadKNOTCHED
2x2 6 c = C EA. 1 $ 9 9
4'.7' 4
L.F. WE HAVE ALL ACCESSORIES4 X SHEET
TO GO WITH IT. LooksLlke Birch
, REGULAR SIZE 2x2 12CF _
4"

1 2 X 3 X,7' LONG 49 EA' ODD BALL ITEM SEMIFLEXIBLESEWER

r ,4x8 SHEETS ,ft
I I 1 X 2 GROOVED 3 c ,!' ".
L.F. DRAIN PIPE
I Looks Like Cardboard But Is About 3/16"Thick,'

2 X 4 l' 6ge. ;;, Use It For Whatever You Like. 10' LENGTHS
.SOLID ORPERFORATED .
'
d' ,
I 2 X 4 PRECUT 925A" 79c C.
STUOS CHEAP 6 9 EI $299JOiNTEA.

' 2 I 4 8' 99 ., .

, I 2x6 12' $19! 2O% Off List Price


'i 2x812' $27E on,all .. ; H\, .

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2x8 14' $O99:-, PAINT & SUNDRY ITEMS: ;
m* '
.
-
RED HOT SPECIAL ( EXTERIOR( PRIMED
Please Remind
} Salesman HARDBOARD 4'x8' $799
While It Lasts To:: You These ,

f 250' 12-2 w/gr. $2995. A"e Specials SIDING' Tl'1611'T.I'1C. 4'x9' $91,9 ,
Of Purchase
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