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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 15, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'. STARKE-For the first time during school budget discussions,
;:f.' Supt. Jim Temple suggested Monday night that the School 1''gig '

...dr;, Board raise taxes one mill in hopes of keeping the school operating "I,

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'. a mill tax increase if the Florida House version of the school

appropriations; passes the Legislature "under the most optional ,.
conditions of HB-2100," Temple said. ,
In other words, Supt. Temple indirectly suggested that the ,
This was the view Monday from a guard tower at Florida city is on half of the recreation field at FSP. Officials deny school board levy an additional mill of property taxes and the '4k !
State Prison of the new "tent city" which was occupied Tues- the tents were erected to dramatize overcrowding of the state's present school spending proposal would increase the
day morning by 96 Inmates to relieve overcrowded conditionsat state's prison system. county's share of school financing by ,7 mills.

I the Lake Butler Reception and Medical Center The tent The two proposals would cations for building four new bn

raise local school taxes some kindergarten classrooms, two a
AS TELEVISION CAMERAS WHIRL $187.000 in 197576. each at Starke and Southside n
School board members Elementary Schools. Salley 'fit+ I
accepted in silence the latestIn said he's incorporated"all the .. ',
I Tent FSP I a series of proposed funding cubby holes" that teachers } r' I
Tuesday
City Occupied proposals from Temple. The requested into the plans and
superintendent has stated the had favorable comments from
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board would not levy and (See Page 4))
While TV news cameras flag-waving operation to draw Medical Center said Tuesday, should not be asked to levy the
whirled, 96 state prisoners public attention to the over- the men would be moved. additional 8th mill, but for the
marched onto the grounds of crowding conditions in the Godwin said that RMC is first time Monday night he
Florida State Prison (FSP). system. He said that the legis- now occupied by 1,532 men included the extra mill in a HamptonBacks
I near here Tuesday to occupy lature is aware of the problemand and it is necessary to place proposed budget report.
,! 20 tents erected to help relieve that he anticipated favor- mattresses in the gymnasiumor With.the 8th mill Temple ,
overcrowding in the Divisionof able action from the state. receiving area because of a said, Bradford's school '1\ .

Corrections.The RMC topped 1,500 over the lack of space. The only other operating budget would be in Timmy & Strawberry Head For State
men were transferredfrom alternative is the neighborhood of lastyear's
placing fiye men
the Reception and Medi, week-end; Its emergency However not Timmy ''Bryan, shown here with his horse, Strawberry,
in a one-man cell. There are funding. ,
is listed at 760. God-
cal Center (RMC) near Lake capacity currently four men in the cells as much"loose" money wouldbe ,qualified for State ".11 competition In the District; 4-11 HorseShow
win said that there Is no avail- .
held in Park 10. Three other Bradford 4-
Butler. They will remain built for one."Placing available because of an Orange on May
able for mattresses ,
under the supervision of RMC space additional $100.000 In em- MarshalHAMPTON Hers competed in the contest. They were Cindy. Bryan,
Supt. Jim Godwin even thoughthe when the population goes four men in a cell ployee retirement contributions president of the Bradford Horse Club: Paula Kay Anderson,
FSP recreation field is the beyond 1,500. There are presently Is ridiculous and five would be" and some $50,000 in increased Fifty-five citi- and John Bryan. Timmy will compete in the State 4-11 HorseShow
Unit"made four men in the one- absurd and I just won't do it, held I in Ocala on July 11 and 12.
site of the "Transient utility bills will she; zens attended the Tuesday !
and
man cells at RMC no dropin Godwin said.
of 20 10-man tents ,,$150,000 off the top. night City Council meeting in
the number of com- The tent will be
persons operation
borrowed from the National Temple suggested that a support Marshal Alan Wade
ing to prison is in sight. administered by Godwin as apart :
I Guard. headline should who has held the office for one
Wainwright said that almost of RMC though it is newspaper)
I even .
DC Director Louie Wain Askew month,and was rumored to be 4.ArrestedIn
read {hat Saunders.
felons
/convicted: are being"tjeId"1nw'"cTOtiniy located on the grounds of Flo ,
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I wright said jtho;tents were the," '; ; -'and :Tucker Raise' 'under attack from'a petition-
-jails now Starke.
rida State Prison near ;
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solution
to
1'" best the over- because the : Taxes Under the seeking his removal.
system IsTJeyond
, crowding problem even capacity. New facilities, to be The 10-foot fence dividingthe latest. proposal, already Early in the meeting Councilman ;
though other facilities must be FSP inmates from the r. ) Bradford Ted Curtis denied
in would house
I found as quickly as possible.He opened 1976, but that will transient unit had not been Iii: oUnyshare of 1975-76 'rumors that he had "made
said that the legislature is some 1,300 men completed as of Monday."I which
probably not meet expected .- 'I\\: school taxes will Increase up" a petition was RobberySTARKE
aware of the prison problemand population at that time. don't think'people some $61,000, from $696,000 in being circulated, seeking to
will act to give some reliefto realized how desperate the 1974-75 to $757,069 in 1975-76. oust) Wade. Curtis said the
the overcrowding situation. Florida has an emergency situation is," Division of Cor- "Could the paper also ask if present marshal was the best .,
will bed capacity of 11,000, accord- rections information director it's worth it?' asked Bradford the town had ever had. Four men have in Jacksonville. The first
The tents serve for as tem-who ing to Wa nwrlght. The Suzi Wilson said Monday. High humanities instructor No one present admitted been arrested for the daring arrest came just 20 minutes
porary housing men at current prison population When the facility at RMC goes Marsha Meale. "You) pay now having seen such a petition, daylight armed robbery of after the 2 p.m. robbery whena
have RMC.completed processing said the exceeds 13.000, he said. past. 1,500, there is just no and get your gratifications and there was no explanationof Johnson's Feed Store on East man looked suspicious as he
would Wainwright in the tents for "Even though the tents are place for the men to sleep, she Starke'* Gerald Williams later," she said, meaning the rumors. Brownlee Street on March 22, stood on the porch of a Heno
men stay three weeks before not as complete as I would said. RMC was built to house exits the FSP compound after good schools cost money and Edward Saxon, a spectator, according to Investigator house and watched police ride
only two becomes or available for ,like," Supt Jim Brown God- 726 inmates.See checking phone connections to taxpayers must be willing to said he came to the meeting George Tomasovitch of the by.All .
space them in other permanent win, of the Reception and ( Page 4) the new tent city. pay for education. "because the town had never Starke Police Department.Last four, jailed without
the state.' Temple also said House Bill been so quiet" and he wanted of the four was bond are charged with armed
facilities throughout
I 2100 is the most accurate pic- the marshal to stay on the job. arrested Tuesday morning. robbery. Additional chargesare
I There was no official prediction Woman ,ture at present of proposed Wade, who resides in Keystone May 13, at his construction job expected to be filed on
as to how long the tents Acquitted Of Charges school funding. It calls for was appointed to fill a behalf of one victim of the
would remain in use. Godwin .6983 mills of local taxes next vacancy in the office until the robbery who was beaten and
told the men that made up the year,' compared to .6337 for special election on June 3 Retail his money taken. Robbers got
first group in the temporary 197475. when voters will decide whether away with $1.500 from the
unit that they would be the From Family Fracas Over Man Temple said Bradford tax- to have an elective or an cash register and $100 from
first to be transferred to per- payers will be paying more appointive marshal. the seven victims involved.

f manent units., Men now at school taxes but getting fewer Wade reported 19 arrests MarketTo Dennis Holden 23, formerlyfrom
RMC will come to the tent STARKE A Circuit Court to get hurt," observed attorney nesses as many as five shots dollars in return from the and many warnings issued Jacksonville but living in
i operation and from here be jury of three men and three Scruggs. being fired from the gun. state.. during the past month. The Starke for several weeks, was
I transferred on to other Institu- women returned a verdict of According to testimony In the shoot-out Mary Ann The state Senate has not yet council voted to raise his picked by Tomasovitch
I up
tions. acquittal Tuesday May 13, in witnesses, most of which was Welch.was struck by a bulletin come out of committee salary from $125 to $150 a OpenSTARKE about 20 minutes after the
J There was some question the case of Corine Damels, 27, in conflict, the melee started the right abdomen, Lucy Temple said Monday night. week effective May 13, 1975 robbery about three blocks
I Tuesday about a court injunc- of Starke. when Ida Mae Welch left the May Revels was hit in the left Once the Senate version is and City Attorney Dudley from Johnson's Feed Store at
tion to prohibit use of the tents Mrs. Daniels, of 1118 Lamar lounge. She was followed side, and Lizzie Rush sus.. public, a conference com- Hardy was instructed to prepare The local Far- a house on north Cherry
I for incarceration of prisoners. Street, in Reno, went on trial outside by Mary Welch, who tained ,a cut finger in her mittee will decide the final the necessary ordinance.It mer's Retail Market will open Street.
a Tobias Simon, a Tallahassee Monday, May 12, charged on pounced upon her and began tussle with Corine Daniels state school funding formula. ,was decided to have a this Saturday, May 17, at 10
g' attorney representing Inmates two counts of assault, with beating and choking her. As a 'who she said was wielding the That should be known around telephone installed in the a.m. for its second season of An intense investigation by
t in a federal civil rights intent to commit murder result of the initial assault all knife.Both of the shooting vic June 1, Temple said. marshall's home at Keystone operation, according to Bob Tomasovitch followed using
l:J case asked that the operation against the persons of Mary of the women came to'each tims were carried to Shands '"How are we supposed to Heights, which any citizen Allen, manager of the State the lead police received from
I, be prevented from housing Ann Welch, 25 and her sister, other's assistance, accordingto Teaching Hospital in Gainesville -' make a budget if you) don't may call collect in case of Farmer's Market here. the initial arrest.

inmates. Lucy Mae Revel, 34, also of whose side they were on, for treatment of their. know what we'll get?" asked emergency. The number will Samuel McNeal, 21, Starke,
U.S. District Judge Charles Starke. and a free-for-all knock down wounds. I Board Member Pat Speng- be published when assigned.The Vegetables offered for sale arrested two weeks after
was
R.Scott declined to rule on the Granve Harris, who direct from Bradford County
Charges against the defen- and drag out occurred. dog problem was dis- the while in in
i motion by Simon Monday and dant, Corine Daniels, ,were Coming into play at some claimed to be Corine's bro- ler."You plan for the worst and cussed (too many dogs run growers to local consumers the robbery hiding
the inmates were moved into brought following fracas anda time during the fracas was a ther-in-law, said he saw hope' for the best," Temple ning loose "all day and all this Saturday should include city. Lott 19 Starke
,
the tents without incident knife and Corine shoot Mary in the New string beans, Sylvester ,
; family squabble that took small paring a small replied. night") and the matter was potatoes walked into the Sheriff's
f Tuesday.. place in the early evening of "Saturday night special" stomach In other action Monday tabled until the next meeting, squash, cucumbers, greens, Office and himself
'Wainwright denied that the of unknown Earl DeSue testified that board investi- and onions Allen says. Sweet gave up.
Saturday, January 25, at handgun caliber night, the school : with the attorney to Police has been to his house in
opening of the tent city was a Bright's Lounge and Liquors, Some witnesses heard one Corine asked him to step aside '-Heard Bradford High gate what can be done to deal corn should mature within a Reno several times '
located at the intersection of shot, some two, and other: wit. twice before she shot Lucy junior Kevin Minton plead for with the nuisance. week or so and peas will be a for Lott. searching
the Old Lawtey Road and May,Revel in the left S'de- the reinstatement of chorus, It was decided to call for big item later, Allen says. He
e o.n tier l li Brownlee Street (SR-16) in the humanities, and art classescut bids on hauling trash, with the will make the information Eugene Willis, Jr., 23, Jack-
Central In the testimony of Corine available when he gets it,. he sonville, was arrested May 13
Reno section of Starke. City from the BUS curriculumfor use of the city truck; and also
The ,I trial got underway Daniels, she denied being the next year under the "bare for the job of dog catcher. It said. in Jacksonville after a two
sister-in-law of Granver
Monday afternoon before Cir bones" budget proposed. Min- was voted to have Morrel week Intensive search. Willis
The market will be this
Harris he claimed. She open
cuit Judge R.A. Green, with Design Due as ton pointed out that St. Johns Rhoden and Carl Dennison each and was arrested about 9 a.m. at '
denied having knife in her year on Tuesday
assistant state attorney Tom a River Junior College will not pick up trash until bids are in. from the Century 21 Apartments In
and said Lizzie Saturday 10 a.m., until
possession Jacksonville where he ,
r was
Elwell representing the slate. students unless they
m
Rush was the one using the accept the produce runs out or cus-
For the
working on apartments a
The defendant was repre- ViewingA have had 12 hours of humanities. tomers Allen
knife. stop coming
Taylor Trial under construction. Jackson
sented by veteran Gainesville .
"I didn't shoot anybody," says.There will be no set closing ville detectives and Tomaso.
SHRINE-CLUB attorney Sigsbee L. Scruggs. long-range plan for a ,"You can't walk down the ,
I CHICKEN DINNER Principals in the case in-, more viable central-city Corine told the jury street In Starke and see a time., vitch found Willis on,the job.
1 Sal.,May 17 volved two sets of sisters. business district ,will be Corine said that she had play," Minton said.i He presented Set June 23 Growers will be requiredthis Tomasovitch released {information -'
I Sto7i30p.m.Slarke Corine Daniels and her sister revealed to local merchants at only come to the aid of her a petition bearing 46 Trial date has been set for< year to pay a $1 per day about the arrests after
t Elementary Ida Mae Welch, and three a meeting set for 7:30: p.m.;' sister, Ida Mae Welch, whose names of students wanting Carl Robert Taylor on June 23 charge for display space. Pro- the fourth suspect was
I ,Caftttrla other women who were ,Friday, June 6, In the life she thought was In dangerat chorus reinstated. in the Bradford County Circuit' ducers will need a growers arrested Tuesday ,
----- sisters, Mary.Ann Welch, Chamber of Commerce office, the hand of the three sis- Marshal Meale,BHS chorus Court for the 1971 triple permit, issued free charge Tomasovitch said that being
Stark Golf k Lucy Mae Revels and Lizzie Mayor-Commissioner Charles ters. ,instructor, also told the board murder of two beauty shop by the county agent, to sell on made a full time Investigatorgave
I Country Club Rush. Schaefer said yesterday. "Could it be that we have a of the benefits of the humanities operators and one's teenage the market. him time and the free-

l LUAU ,Triggering the events that Scale models of the design bunch of witnesses who are on a student's mental daughter. The market will also this dom to make a thorough
Sat.,May 17 led up to the shoot-out was the .will be presented by Tom trying to hang something on' development Though she is Taylor :37, was returned to year be open for the sale of enough investigation make
4:30 p.m.- 1a.m.. relationship of Willie Welch Mumford and Dick Dunlap, somebody?" attorney Scruggs losing her teaching job in the Florida in April after being handicraft items which the the arrests.
----- with two of the women. Mary two University of Florida asked the jury in his closing curriculum cutback at BUS, indicted by a Bradford County seller has'produced himself.As .
Junior Wo. Club Ann Welch said that her husband students of landscape ar argument. Mrs. Meale said she was not grand jury July 23, 1974 on last year the market will Tomasovitch 'was"made a
Installation BanquetSat. Willie, had lived with chitectures who have been, The jury deliberated for less asking that her position be three counts of first degree offer ornamental plants,, as' full time investigator after'
.,May 17, 7 p.m. Ida Mae Welch for a period of working on the designs for the than one hour before return- reinstated but that the students murder for the deaths of .well as vegetables..The federal. CETA funds allowed
Garden Restaurant 12 years before her marriage past two months, with expenses Ing a verdict of not guilty on at BHS not lose. theirCChalnrman Bobbie L. Turner, :Patricia market opened last ,the 'police department to
fo him, and that he had con-. underwritten by, local each of the two counts. against ; Marr,23,and Mrs. Turner's 18 for the first time. (Idea is employ two additional patrolmen -I
c:.....eI, tined?relationship with .merchants Corine Daniels., ''' Rodney1 I Hall year old daughter, Valerie two sell fresh Bradford produceat .Chief Jimmy Bowen said
his former wife after their Serving on the jury were: thanked Mrs. Meale and MIn-. On Nov 30, 1971. the half reasonable prices to local he has wanted to employ a full
Qt'lr} (ftammunitijIH marriage. Mary ,Ann and Schaefer said that after the S.L. peek .;.Jr., foreman, ton for their statements. Hall nude bodies of the two older time, investigator for some
ttltl. _auk Willie were divorced ,on ;merchants: have viewed the Donald C.. Wainwright,.. said the courses anon a list to women were discovered by an consumers. time, but lack of funds has
March 24, two months after plan and offered suggestions Eugene S. McRae, Geraldioe be reinstated if funds become early morning patron In Nell's For further information, prohibited the move. The
_i$5 a. aM.NY/" ,,the shoot-out. -- .-. ,"- ,lor possible changes: another Fisher .,.t!tavaUabteiApproved. Beauty Shop, located on SR- contact Manager Robert Allen Investigator paid off In'' the'
I T.Itf.. ,"When women start fighting ;meeting / till be Meld for Iau ls e' as presented b; 21, half-way between at 964-6951 or County Agent ,Johnson Feed Store robbery,
a.wN HMMTMC CT|. over men, somebody Is bound ,viewing by general! public. Struth. 'Architect Craig Salley specif bee page 4> Bobby Taylor! at 964-6554. ,Bowen" said... '


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Vicki Two Barksdale Bridal PartiesMiss HonoredAt he V g22j @I PIIte Jl eWJ I


I, Vicki Barksdale, May Mrs. White invited .the 64.ide.
25 bride-elect, was honored at guests to the refreshmenttable .
: two parties in the past week. in the dining room which ( lady! Wooly Society Ctlilo,
I' Last Thursday night, May 8, was covered with an imported ..... ------ ..' ----------
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Miss Barksdale was com- Army-Navy over pink
plimented at a kitchen shower linen and centered with an 1
given by Mrs. J. S. Shuford, arrangement of purple Debbie Faulkncr-Lyn Broome Susan Faulkner Honored At Bridal .ShowersMiss

Miss Debbie Shuford Mrs. larkspur and sweetheart roses Susan Faulkner, May Miss Susan Faulkner, bride-

Waters Mark Moody and Mrs., Mrs.R. A. Wilbur Colsonat in Mrs.a silver James bowl.O'Brian and Carried; May 3 At Pine LevelMiss 23: bride-elect, was honored ata elect, was honored at a bridal
shower at
bridal shower Tuesday nightof last'Friday'night
Mrs.. Vergie Barksdale
home of the latter.
the
last week in the Methodist the Methodist Fellowship Hall
Two games were played presided at the punch bowl on Debbie Ann Faulkner Hall Mrs. Drew Reddish
Fellowship given by given by ,
the at table covered
n'U'( during the evening and prizes patio a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Misses Susie Jones, Debbie Mrs. Charles C. Johns, Mrs.
if awarded to Miss Barbara with an imported organdy Harry P. Faulkner of Starke Lewis and Becky Hutchins. DeRitch Green, Mrs. Don
Valinski and Miss Cindy cloth over pink linen I and and Lyn Broome, son of Mr. The refreshment table was Hardenbrook'and' Mrs. Harry
centered silver
with
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Mitchell. a punch and Mrs. James M. Broome of covered with a lace cloth over Greqn. _
bowl with althea.
encircled
The refreshment table was Hampton were united in yellow linen. Miss Lewis and Three games were played
covered with a blue linen cloth Assisting in serving were marriage Saturday May 3, at Miss Hutchins presided at the during the party hours and \
and centered with an Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr., Mrs.
the Pine Level. awarded.
at
8 p.m. punch bowl and Miss Jones prizes -
Patricia Edwards- Lavon Andrews and Mrs.
arrangement of spring Baptist Church with Rev,_ served cake. The refreshment table was
David Wainwright flowers. James V. Crosby, Sr. John Strickland performingthe ,The gift table was centered covered with a white linen
Corsages were presented to Among the guests calling .
nuptials.Highlighting with a spring floral cloth and centered with an
Told the honoree, her mother, Mrs. between the hours 10 a.m.and the altar were G arrangement of yellow spring
Engagement arrangement. ,
Barksdale and Mrs. noon from out-of-town were, '
Robert
of white and ,
two standing urns Two were played and flowers. Miss Eoline. Green
Albert mother of the Mrs. L. L. Dyal of Brooker games
Sparks
yellow gladioli, carnations the bowl.
; awarded at punch
Mr. and Mrs. James prizes to Sonja Biggs presided
of
Miss and Miss June Hardy
prospective groom. daisies and baby's breath
Maurice Edwards Jr. an- Valdosta. and Susan Faulkner. Corsages were presented to
Barksdale was also given a against a background of the honoree her mother Mrs.
nounce the engagement and Among the 25 guests were ,
Crock Pot by her hostesses as The hostesses presentedthose
palms and branched Paul Faulkner, Mrs.: J. B.
approaching marriage of their Mrs. Paul Faulkner, motherof
in the line with
memento of the occasion. receiving
.
daughter Patricia Ann to a shasta and candelabra.Mrs. hY the honoree and Mrs. J. B. Bakken, Jr., mother I'of the
David N. Wainwright, son of Thirty-five guests enjoyedthe also daisy Miss corsages Barksdale a'' .Charles Francis, } Bakken, Jr., mother of the prospective groom and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. ,affair. gave china organist, and Don Hardy, prospective groom. Nelson Green. The hostessesalso
chosen
bowl to her
Wainwright, all of Starke. soloist, presented a program The hostesses presented the gave Miss Faulkner an
memento of the
pattern as a .
The wedding will take placeon occasion. of nuptial music.J. honoree with a set of avacado electric kitchen cloth and
On Saturday morning Miss Broome attended his
July 26 at the home of thebride's G. cast aluminum pots as ,a white blanket as a memento of
Barksdale 'was honored at brother best man. UsherS
parents on Edwards as memento of the occasion. ,the occasion. '
Road. "Open House" given by Mrs. Xi Iota Delta Holds were Carley Broom and
and Mr. Olin White, Mrs. M. A. Lonie Broome,brothers of the ''
Miss Edwards Baldwin Mrs. Ervin An- ; Sue Little, New'
are both groom. Miss Jayne Hardy
Wainwright of Bradford High drews, Mrs. E. D. Tenly, Sr., First MeetingThe Miss Linda Haas served as
School.graduates Miss Edwards also Mrs. Jerry Gay and Mrs.J. E. first meeting of Xi Iota maid of honor aad;.Rozie s5 ''t l lW (, And Fiance HonoredAt President For
Hardy at the home of the Rodrique and Mary Purpura ',
graduated from St. Johns Delta chapter of Beta SigmaPhi :I a
Theta
River Junior College and latter on E. Call street. met at the home of Bar- were bridal attendants./ They '. luncheon SundayMiss' Gamma
Florida Atlantic University.She Colorful arrangements of bara Patray in Keystone were gowned alike in yellow
at shasta daisies, roses and sheer gowns with yellow and of Gamma Theta chapter of
is presently teaching Heights May 6. Jayne Hardy
Starke Elementary School. spring flowers highlighted The next meeting will be white daisies 'around the the center of the pillars. The Jean Broome presided at the Atlanta and fiance, David Beta Sigma Phi met at the
Cherie Cox at Lake
of interest the The featured home of
points in party held the home of neckline. gowns cake honored at
20 at with
May was topped a cupid punch bowl. Sissy Broome Mendenhall, were
waists and short Bedford Monday night.
rooms. Cherie Cox. empire ornament:. Mrs. Harriet niece of the groom passed a a luncheon Sunday given by
installed
Mrs. Hardy greeted the sleeves. They carried Officers were:
Duncan and Mrs. Donna and Mr.
basket of to the Mrs. S. E. McHugh
Mrs. W. D. Hamilton of guests at the door and i nosegays of shasta yelloW and Sweat,sister and cousin of the throw at petals the bridal couple.gueststo and Mrs. James Thornton, Sr. president Sue Little; vice-
Orlando was Monday over- presented them to the white daisies, baby's breath president, Jackie Crews;
bride, cut the cake. After the Gold Room of the
wedding in
a to
Mr.and Mrs. Roy Ward and trip
night guest of Mr. and Mrs. receiving line composed of and green streamers. $ recording secretary, Wanda
Mrs. Brenda Hunter Club in
kept South Florida the Country
Athens
George, and Darby Peek couple is .
and Robert son bride in Smith
Brian Hamilton helped Miss Barksdale, Mrs. The given the bride's book and ; corresponding
Mrs. in Ga.
celebrate little Bill Hamilton's Barksdale, and Mrs. Albert spent Mother's Day with Mrs.S. marriage by her father!wore residing Hampton. Athens.,dining table was secretary, Mary Milton;
fourth birthday Sparks and Mrs.Thelma Dyalof L. Peek, Sr. an A-line gown of .white covered The with a damask cloth treasurer, Linda Braswell;
Brooker. organza with chantilly{ lace Mother's Banquet Held and centered with an extension ,officer, Beth
bodice and straight sleeves. Waters.'
of Dutch and "
The full skirt and chapel train At Pine Level Friday NightThe arrangement iris Fuji mums, red The next meeting will be
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Last Weeks chantilly lace ruffles. Her roses, ''Overstreet.
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band of chantilly lace and she, Church held a Mother's covered with white cloths and marked the seating
carried a rose brocade Banquet Friday night. May 9, at intervals dow ,a length of arrangement for the 20 guests. DUPLICATE BRIDGE
cascade of white sweetheartroses 'in the Fellowship Hall with all the tables we. cud vases Miss, Hardy was presented CLUB RESULTS.
and mothers and daughters as holding yellow daisies. Small with a daisy and baby breath Dr. and Mrs. Ari' Watana
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markers at each 'night. Dr.and Mrs. Jim Mine-
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if buy their famous ribbons. was : .served as waiters. place setting. singer were second and Lora
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Altar Society Installation Spring Luncheon Held May 8

I, May 18 At Homestead Rest. By Future HomemakersThe (o9P11 yjJcwf\ I I IMrs.


presided Mrs. at Michael the meeting Gilhooly of St. Parishioners and friends welcome of all to America Future had Homemakers their spring of the Mrs.organization. Nancy Denton this year.and R. E. Dopson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johns !Mre' A Mrs. W. N.10rry, Mrs. G. J.. McGriff, Sr
age groups are luncheon at the Inn Christopher; spent last week and family of Macclenny and W. N. ofNtfVvBurry. with Mr.
Edward's Altar Society held volunteer in this Holiday on Mrs. Virginia Waldmire Sr. jild Barry Jr- spent the weekend ,
in the parish hall on May 6. project a success.making Thursday, May 8. discussed with the students with, her parents, Mr.: and Mrs. Barbra Harvey of !Mr. and Mrs f. H.Kr and Mrs. McGriff, Jr. and
Mrs. Bob Blakewood and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and The luncheon table was plans for the next term, Mrs William Coulter in Ar-' Atlanta were weekend guestsof <&*i* !r. Mrs A. J. @arry, family in Gainesville.
cadia. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch.
Mrs. decorated with individual and
Clermont So1Drew, daughter
Bizier had Mrs.Joseph Glssy reported on considering the many projects
altar care during April. Mrs. the installation of hand-painted place cards and done this year, which includeda 'Ad ennc, Mrs. TedKarnaretl'me Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green
Lester Humphries is doing Altar upcoming officers an arrangement of white Christmas gift made and Buy at Terwillegar Motors Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Sr. and ( of Starke and and children of Tallahassee,
Society ,
this and and red "We Service What We Sell" Mrs. Lu Struth visited Mrs Kimberly Saviloni of weekend of Mrs.
work for the month of scheduled for May 18 at the glads gardenias presented to each patient at Mills were guests
Pearl Booker in Deland from
May. Keystone Heights: Homestead roses. Darlene Shirley read a the Starke Nursing Home; the Orange Park had Sq r Jay Lex Green.
Mrs. Walter Ramos and Restaurant.Mrs. suitable poem for the cleaning of Chalk Boards for Miss Latain Herres of Wednesday to Sunday. dirttet at the Hilton Inr1 in
Mrs. Blakewood outlined Richard Richards and devotion. Following the the faculty at Bradford High Stratford Woman's Collegewill Galhesatlle. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson of
plans for the parish Arts and Mrs. Humphries informed luncheon, president Cindy School, and the final project be home Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Blountsville Ala and Mr. and
Bunnell conducted Morrison of Indianapolis, Ind, Bertha Pearce IInddaug1tel's ,D. Ritch Green of
'Crafts Bazaar tentatively members of the Convention of the elec- under Mrs. Denton's directionof Sunday.Mr. Mra. Mrs.
scheduled for September 26 the St Augustine Diocesan tion of the president for next making curtains and are spending two weeks with / Mrs. W,G:Goan \\>in Brooker spent the weekend
and :27 is downtown, Starke. Council of Catholic Women year. Paula Loch, of Lawtey, decorating new blinds for the and Mrs. A. S. Harrison Mrs. Henry Morrison. attended at was elected to head the group. Clothing Laboratory.. spent the weekend in Falls, Ohio and Mrs\ Nelson Green. The Green
they recently
Jacksonville. ,Beach; Also The members presented Waycross, Ga. visiting her Miss Trish Myers of Edi'a: Hill o II' Upland, calif.wete family enjoyed a family get-
Country Club attending from St. Edward'swere 1974-75 Adviser, Mrs. Maxine The students would like to mother, Mrs. R. T. Hipps. Wesleyan College is home for joined Saturday toby together Sunday at the homeof
Father' James Gibson with a placque in the summer. Tuesday two \other Mr. and Mrs. Don Har-
Cregan their
to
Annual LuauSaturday Mrs. John Samons, Mrs. appreciation for her work with express persons in the community appreciation who Sgt: and Mrs. Mark Mack of Buy at Terwillegar Motors daughters of Mrs. Pearce, denbrook.Buy .
\ Richard Coss, Mrs. Henry ,M? wrgaus. bought candy to help with Lakeland wt>re' last Friday "We Service What We Sell" !Mrs. Aloie !Mae and Ensor jv'rs.ofJacksonville .
NightThe Stefanelli and Mrs. Francis these projects and to finance visitors of their aunt, Mrs. J. at Terwillegar Motors
Meng.. their group trip ,to .St. G. Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. William Margaret:\ Smyth of Larg< "We Service What We Sell"
visit Spengler of St. Augustinewere
to the
Augustine
Starke Golf and Father Cregan encouraged Lightner's Museum and the Mr. and Mrs. Levy Canova Sunday guests of LTC Mr- and Mrs. Richard The United Methodist
Country Club will have its members and their families to restored area. and family of Orange Park and Mrs. V. J. Spengler. WiUifitnS and children of r'ew Women enjoyed a covered
annual Luau Saturday, May attend the May Crowning in were Sunday visitors of his Port Uicliey, Mr. and jtfrs dish supper, general meetingand
17, at 6:30: pm. at the clubhouse honor of our Blessed Mother' Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie C. Active members in the mother, Mrs. 'L. A. Canova. Mrs. O. S. Dixon has Oliver Murray of St George, program at the home of
scheduled tor Mother's Day. Bryant of Raiford announcethe Future Homemakers are: returned to her home in Nashville SC, end( J. W. Home of Mrs. F., W. Strickland on
Jerry Vaughn and the Mrs. Coss is serving as birth.of a son, Michael Cindy Bunnell, Paula :Loch Mr:and Mrs. Ray Brubakerand ,Tenn.after ten days visit H3nPton were Sunday Kingsley Lake Tuesday ...
Variations, will furnish music chairman of this event and the James, born May 7 in Lake Deneice Bright, Darlene daughter, Kay, of St. with her daughter, Mrs Don visitors of Mr. and jlrs. evening of last week.
followin
for dancing.Tickets covered dish dinner to Shore Hospital, Lake City. Shirley, Becky Wall, Janet Petersburg were weekend Bagwell, who was a patient in Robert Barksdale..
may be obtained the parish hall. of the Grandparents are Mr. and Duncan, Brenda Prevatt, guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bradford County Hospital and ISee Page t:1IMORNINGSUN: )
from Mrs. Dudley Hardy The next meeting for Mrs. Charles Bryant of Starke Elaine Nugent, ,Vickie Nor- _Bollinger.. Mr. Bagwell.Mrs. .
ticket chairmanbor by calling Altar Society is scheduled and Mrs. and Mrs. S. 0.. man, Tammy Andrews K
the June 3 in the parish hall. Hagood of Bushnell. Darlene Crawford. Mrs. ,Charles Hardy and W. C. Wooten and
"daughter, Mrs. R W. Milner, daughter,Ketherine,and Mrs.
Jr.' visited Mrs. Hardy's Jimmy Tampa{ of Atlanta and
mother, Mrs. G.E. McGauley, Mrs. Katherine Singletary of
in Palatka Saturday. Keystone Heights were
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Ted Duncan Retired Spring Art Show;>> 75-76 School Calendar Man Caught Taking Food I

I STARKE Patrolling city On a routine patrol police
Saturday 24 To Be Considered
May police caught an 18-year-old spotted Griffis inside the cafeteria -
State Attorney Dies Sunday' Starke man in the act of steal- Capt. Harold Crews,
In is one of five items on the
Mocclenny The administrative ing food stuffs from the South- Patrolman Willie Searcy and
schedule proposed for next agenda for the special side Elementary School cafe Patrolman Roman Alvarez

T, E. "Ted" Duncan, state late L,A. Duncan who came t to>I Funeral services were held MACCLENNY annual school year in Bradford meeting The others May ,26 at 7 p.m. teria early Tuesday morning. participated in the anest.
attorney for the 8th Judicial Lake Butler in the 1890's and I I at 5 I p,m. Tuesday in the First Spring Art Show of the County, to be considered at a are:insurancebids awarding Ronald Eugene Griffis, 1414
Circuit for 35 years until his operated a large general store Baptist Church, Gainesville, Macclenny Art Group is set special meeting May 26, calls employe cancer for the Myrtle Street, has been 'NOTICE
fence
retirement in 1973, died Sun- and in. The family with interment in Evergreen Saturday May 24, on the for school to begin Sept.'2, the around; paying the booked into the county jail on ,
day, May 11, in North Florida also operate the well-known i Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers town's sidewalks from 9:30: day after Labor Day. ( operations com- ,breaking and entering Eloise's Ceramics' Shop'
plex $11,263); hearing resultsof
Regional Hospital, Gainesville "Duncan House" for the con- were members of the a.m. until 4 p.m. teacher's elec- charges, according to City will be closed until further
at the age of 68. Death venience of traveling sales- 8th Judicial Circuit Bar Area artists from six counties Richard Jockel, curriculum tion; and receiving organization the archi- Police Investigator George notice. EloIse will be enterIng -
came at the end of a long men when the town was 1 Association, members of the will display their work. director, told the Bradford tect's specifications for Tomasovitch Griffis was Alachua General I Hospital
served by two railroads. The Cash awards will be 'arrested as he made a pile of
battle with terminal cancer.A Gainesville Kiwanis Club, and presentedto County School Board Monday demolishing two old next week,
colorful, witty, and often Duncan House burned in 1914> the DOW Class of the First ( winning art classes. Crafts night that teacher input had the high school. buildingsat food stuffs on the floor of the it .
fiery figure in the courtroom, and was never rebuilt. Baptist Church.Increased. will also be on display for the led him to revise his original cafeteria.
Duncan was dean of Florida Mr. Duncan Is survived by show., proposal. If accepted, the students -
prosecutors for many years his wife, the former Free Anyone Interested in participating will begin the day after BOONE'SUPHOLSTORY
before retiring. He was widely Wynn; a son, T.E. Duncan TaxesFrom in the show may Labor Day. Students will have Fresh From Our FarmI I
known for his militant court Jr.; one daughter, Mrs. Sue secure applications by calling three days for Thanksgivingand :
room advocacy of the state's Duncan Wise; a brother, ( Page 1)) 904-259-2782 or writing Mrs. two-weeks ,vacation for
position in prosecuting cases, Aubrey Duncan, Gainesville; principals. The Carol Baker, Route 1,Box 194- Christmas.The I
as well as his humor and and two sisters, Mrs. Carolyn plans now go LL, Macclenny Florida 32063. Fri & Sat YELLOW
humanity, and his sometimes Adams, Arlington, Va., and to the State Department of CORN
dramatic courtroom skirmishes Mrs. Marguerite Parnell, El Education for its approval. God could not be spring break for students New Load Of
would
include
everywhere Thursdayand
with defense lawyers. Dorado. Ark.Taylor. -Commissioned Salley to and therefore he Friday before Easter and AntiquesUsed ."
Before becoming state Trial. find alternative ways for the the week following Easter. ,99'DOZ.
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attorney for the 8th Circuit, board to consider on

which includes Alachua, (From Page 1) demolishing two older brick Jewish saying Furniture
Baker Bradford, Gilchrist, Bradford Teachers would return Tues- J
buildings at High to OKRA'
Levy and Union Counties, Keystone and Melrose. Mrs. make way for the new $1 day after Easter to spend four Reasonable Prices CUCUMBERS

Duncan served as prosecuting Turner's daughter's remains million BHS complex set for Tent City. . planning days studying test I
Alachua were not found until 18 months results. Jockel emphasizedthe 49B.
attorney for County construction in the coming Pottery & PlantersOn 6 FOR 49
from 1934 to 1938. later, around the Starke area, year. Supt. Temple asked fora (From Page 1)), need for the planning daysto
A native of Lake Butler, he some 16 miles from the cost figure on moving the upgrade curriculum and con
received his law degree from murder scene.A present home economics suite Division of Corrections ordinate planning in the 301 Behind
the University of Florida in hearing was held in at BHS to the vo-tech site. Director Louie L. Wainwright county. Western Auto HOT PEPPERS SQUASH,
1932, being first elected state Starke last Thursday in testified in U.s. District Courtin I
attorney in May, 1938. He regard to the types of f -Adopted a rule change on '' Jacksonville Monday in 49': 19' '
served in a number of legal evidence that would be ad- the handling of student connection with the overcrowding The 1975-76 school calendar 135 N, T.mplt Ave, Starlit, LB. LB.!

and judicial organizations, missable in the case. records fo comply with the of prisons. Wain-
During the hearing JudgeR. wright told Judge Charles R.. 1 I SPECIAL
including president of the federal Family Rights of Pri- J! ---- -- ------------ ------ -----
Florida Prosecuting Attorneys A. Green heard arguments vacy Act (the Buckley Scott that the tent living PERRETS'
Association, president of concerning the admissibilityof Amendment). Students 18 and wasn't the best situation but it BRADFORD 3 DAYS,ONLY
the 8th Judicial Bar Association evidence concerning over now have the right to was? better than car crammingfour e
and chairman of the Taylor's activities in 1971 and I view their student records men in a one-man cell: MILK ,1 SAL I EGGS 59
Alachua County Democratic 1972, but made no ruling. upon request.. A log must now Scott did not issue an Injunction BARBER 964-5227 SHOPHas DOZ.Norman's .
Executive Committee He wasa Prosecutor Ken Hebert and be kept by the principal of all halting occupancy of
member of the Board of defense attorney Jeffrey persons looking at the the tent city. He said he would Farm
Deacons of the First Baptist Baker are to file further in- records. consider the decision overnight I Moved .

Church of Gainesville for formation, Including and possibly rule today.. I
more than 25 years. suggested penalty, if Taylor is -Rejected what Supt. Tobias Simon, a To 119 S. Walnut St.. Produce Market
Duncan was the son of the found guilty in the June trial.America's Temple termed a money sav- Tallahassee attorney representing I
ing move that would help keep state inmates in a fed- (Across From Badcock's'Furniture)

-. the food service program in eral civil rights suit, asked' I Still Owned & Operated By Your Friendly Barber 617 N. Temple Avc.
the black this year. The school that the judge prevent occupancy -
HEMAN LEE ALLEN
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S"e.e system was notified May 1 of the tents by inmates. I Open MonSatmwm.
-- that retroactive to Jan. 1 the
) state's contribution for free
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cut seven
W \CeS cents a plate, a cut of $6,000. MR. VALUE HUNTERS SEMI-ANNUAL THURS., FRI., SAT.

The board rejected the ''a MOM., ONLY!
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...- 100 week of working time from the DOLLAR PI'RTY SENSATIONAL l
"ce cafeteria staffs because it SAVINGS FOR I IJ

feU t "bef days would of save the only school$416 in left the this 15 [DOLLAR STORES] rz J ,TOUR FAMILY 1 1I


o earand year.Heard Supt. Temple tell
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Alicia Steffa there is no guar- 155 W.,. Call Starke, Fla. ; I LABIES a MISSES ;. :
antee of position within the :
school system when she ques- 1 100% POLYESTER !ffi'i" MAKER

tioned the transfer of Mrs. Q .k; I
Doretha Richardson from MOCK TWIN SETS ," > HOBBY
WHY PAY ,.
librarian at the vo-tech centerto J
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a classroom at Starke Ele- 'f' ...\ JEANS
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vacancy left by a teacher on MORES +t
leave. Mrs. Steffa asked if the >
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shift* from., permanent ori .) r+?i M ........ vn. .:." tp9. '.' 17 # 1 'iu! 'ace Z4 r, .
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.is also a member of the Bradford
Education Association's CHOICE r
collective bargaining team. iv SELL FOR
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-Decided,at the suggestionof '; .- TIMES

Member J. T. Parrish, to (( \ 2 PC. )P i: OIR PRICE
look at the fencing around the J ;
new operations center and ( g a n8" i w T0ce< '< ;} Solid colon Kith
i +a's : SHORTSETS t'xt 1 comloiubl
driving range before payingthe t" 4,. ty Unicntdbsck
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$11,263 bill. The board will
licsMsnt
ri r : ..(t inspect and consider paymentat Fa ''?- ,,, t $ Choice of while and pastels a special meeting set May p y In a wide mrlayol.tyl... ;;. {fl' Ti Ktltfitim.
26 at 7 p.m.Changed. 0 8k ;: Small. medium, large ; .,t )'I'j h Sim 30 n SO,
the fee for defen- FASHION rit'c ". $ 9e
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sive driving course at the vo- '
I $ t Fly front matching ilpper 41&\ ; <.. tL 'rr
tech center from $35 to $12, ?- } ,flare leg pants choice of \,' 'tla..._', >:&! 1i yv
because the former fee
was 1 Wide choice offabric ) k ?" e: Ex 4 button, Trim at i aJ
than traffic fine i ..r' ... ,>71/\/\
I higher a *, colon )' i ,, s waistband navy, ": ",
would be in many cases. and styles. Size < y d.r r r 3 peach, dolly camel( J jjJ., .r
\ -Approved an agreementwith : .. I to ex. SlieS/6 17/18 .
the state Department of 1q .
Vocational Rehabilitation for '
services rendered the school ft''WA 84 INCH

,1 1 1I system.-Took under advisementfor w, l- ttpt L t ,I PLASTICDRAPES
staff evaluation bids '
I on t'
+ % cancer insurance for em: ? cL ';: .c I

ployees. The bid will be

awarded at the special meet- -' '
: J
ing May 26. MFOTS FITTER UIIES ft MISSES t A ;
-Was told of BEA office 0 "
Mil SIEETSI ,
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nominations: Gladys Thomas, r'

1 "t'j-( .. \ president; Judy Clark, vice- I Prints, Sheer Anortid colon|
president; Debra Patrick and white* nylon. ;: s ;> ,1+ w &pitlerni
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: Katherine Wigglesworth, pastels. "
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secretary, and Fatha DeSue >>. -
FR J OFTN OEM treasurer. I' ,1Jijf'
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best underwear valueis } \\4 A-4::,:; JAMAICA HALTERS .

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now an EVEN BETTER BUY! I URL'S. JEM SMMTSI F i LUISIITIES

I Canon,. DraM.length or long gowns. Full on style, efa*) lc waist, Permanent crystal pleat* ri'' e ,
Assorted /
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This quality underwear Is styled for'comfort,and color a .. Baby doll H't lace and bond Stitched creases.Variety ., Wide choice of ,somme I Anorttd colori.i
I
good fit. Because the fabric Is 100% cotton, It's i I plaids* Se3'* .mbrald.rytrim.S.M.L,XI. of colon, Sixes 818 color In .olid* or print ;'.'ar a ,k z IS"x 2r&
wonderfully absorbent and perfectly washable. rat I 7-14 80| SMI. a7s pia; ; If X 304
Where there's elastic It's made to stand up under 8.
lot. of wearing* and washings. Fruit of the Loom .' ,.I Its
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MEN'S TEE SHIRTS SIZES S.M.L.XL You to |loin the [

happy hundred who worship -
a/S319 God each week at the 'I

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BOYS'SIZES2-163/-2.. Our challenge is to reach WOMEN'S i TEENS 'DOTS POLOS JUMBOPURER" "OEOROIAN"

people in the name of Jesus TNONO SANDALS a TANK'TOPS PLASTIC TUMBLERS LAUNDRY DETERGENT 0 ROLL, PACKAGE
MEN'S KNIT BRIEFS SIZES 2844aS299 Christ and teach them the Print polo with ,
word of God.A large color tramlor S>Z,eL '42 01. SIZE TOILET
Ml CMMon Inrale. ; ;
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Service-II a.m. I

ATHLETIC SHIRTS SIZES S.M.L.XL.XXL. A Christian Training I Ice Lawn

t Program 4:IS p.m.

a/.78 Evening Praise' and .. ,

Pr..cl1lng-7IJO p.m., _

.-MEN'S' WASH A WEAR SHORTS SIZES 28-52_ First Baptist?Sterke; Chest Chairs' I''

ft onus LADIES ft TUNS PLASTIC
/ raioa' SHOWER
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"The Sunday Place to!." z.. THONGS MAT OXFORDSK :: # # *- w. 'r
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"The I*the Church Heart with Heert. ,, ,I .< "it -' : f 09RTAIN SIT.' ,COVERMMPin. .
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MALLARD'S 5& 10 't. ,]-Bin P. Bryant* } 'r a' '$200$45: ? i g trxrr. .

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STARKE & KEYSTONE r'e.las. Sic.. I. Non-sllp *&.. White,, .. It**** Mvprao).
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UHS Baseball Field Use Over 350 Varieties Of Plants On Display 1



Denied Recreation ProgramLAKE In Annual FSP Show May- 15-17 I


Hundreds of flower lovers noon. Admission is free to the hybrids, cacti, and the increasingly managers or employees of obtains, cither by purchase or
BUTLER a close Ray Crawford, Morris Dobbs of the kindergarten classrooms from this area and more dis- public. Last year more than popular Oriental landscape and nursery busi- dO19 tion.
3-2 vote the county school and Chairman Tommy and recommended the tant of Florida will flock 2,100 attended the bonsai. nesses. A display exhibited by the
parts
board voted to disallow the MobUy, with members board's acceptance and approval to the Union Correctional three-day persons event, which at- More than 20 certified plant While enrolled in the UCI inmate horticulturists won a 1
high school baseball field to be Donald Dukes and Pam of the final paymentdue Institution near Raiford this tracts statewide attention judges will attend the show, program, the inmates get special award of honor at the
used for the county's Softball I Thomas voting no. on the contract. The total weekend to view' more than annually. which is financially sup--' experience in growing a large recent Florida State Fair in'

summer program. The board did, however, cost of the project was $237,163 350 tropical and landscape Vocational agriculture ported, in part, tiy the Florida variety of plants that Jordan Tampa.
Larry Powell, county approve unanimously the continuation -, and the board approved pay- at the 15th annual Inmate instructor M.B. Jordan, ori- Federation of Garden Clubs. .
recreation director, appearing of the monthly appropriation : ment of the final ten percent plants Flower Show starting ginator of the show, said that Jordan observes that since "
before the school board, of $625 per month' due the contractor. Thursday and continuing 32 inmates have entered in- the horticulture curriculum a ra
Tuesday night, May 13, for July, August and Sept- In other matters at Tues-. through Saturday. dividual plants in 11 cate- started, more than 200 inmates -
I renewed an earlier for ember to the Parks and day's meeting, the board:
appeal The show will open at noon gories, including houseplants, have been placed in ,
the use of the high school Recreation Fund. The board's'' -Approved the renewal of today (Thursday) closing at 6 new Impatiens and Kalenchoe jobs in this field, either as a ,
baseball field. previous appropriation expires the contract with the Faith On Friday the hours will
June"30. With the' Church for the of p.m. .1
t Powell said that over 210 on Baptist use be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and
action taken the Recreation the Lake Butler Elementary
people had been enrolled In from 9 a.m. till
the summer Softball program, Committee's budget will now School cafetorium for a periodof on Saturday
most of whom were residentsof coincide with the other contri- six months. Now OpenTed's

or nearby Lake Butler. 14 buting bodies to the. fund. -Approved the following Epps Resigns ,
teams have been organized, Sufficient, funds have been courses to be offered for a six
seven for men and seven for committed by the Lake Butler weeks period during the
women. Powell said the only City Council, the County Com- summer: At Lake Butler Elementary From BankThe Welding Shop

lighted Softball fields avail- missioners and Worthington, School, LanguageArts He +

able for practice and night Springs through September 30 and Math; grades 1.3. At resignation of Bill G. 323'W. Brownlee St.,, 964-8988
games were located at Rai- of this year for the Recreation the Middle School; LanguageArts Epps as executive vice presi-

ford and Worthington Springs. Program.In grades 4-8, at Union dent of the Community State Repairs Light or Heavy

After ,the costs of a related matter Mrs. County High; Driver Educa- Bank, effective May 5, was
converting learning the field from Pam Thomas was appointed''' tion (ages 15 and up), High announced this week. Mr., Ornamental Iron Work w
to represent the school board I School Academic ,
English had been with the Insti-
baseball to Softball and Epps
then re-converting again use, at on the Parks and Recreation Social Studies and Individualized tution for the past nine years. Install Or Repair Trailer HitchesInsurance Natural
Committee. Her appointmentis Band.
the end of the summer pro-, for the period of five years. -Designated the Charter Charley E. Johns, president 8x10 ,99 e'i
would be from --- --
$1,000 to bank said -
gram
of the 17-year-old ,
She replaces Bill Foister on Bank of Gainesville as depository -
$2 000 the board became;! the committee. Foister's term of school board funds. that W.E. (Bill) Tilley, had : Color Plus 50'a
reluctant
to approve the'expenditure -: been placed in charge of' I
expired on April 30. Supt. Jimmy Cason Film Charge
in view of the .
uncer- reported that$20,102 had been loans, and that there was no
tain outlook on their financial Bill Foister reported to the' change in the position of Mrs..
earned in interest so far this We Also Do Groups
situation for e' Joe Usher
next year. board that Architect Craig year from investment of idle Margaret Miller as cashier'and
Voting for disallowance' Salley had made his final executive vice president.
of the field funds. Cason also reported on 565 S, W. 3rd. Lake Butler E
use were members inspection on the completion some of the mechanics In- And Have Charms

volved in implementing a sys- .
We're Gaining Call
Rccetptitd No Gimmicks tem recommended by the Cancer research has made 4962126For
Arch Roberts Company to that have ought Mallards 5'ft 10
gains ;
many
funds would
invest that
i (]QV 0VJGJI3a (! Z receive interest on a daily Help the conquest support the of researchers cancer closer.by All Types Of InsuranceMobile I

basis.changes Involved in payroll would be proce-certain -. supporting; the American Can- Home( Workmans Compensation Farm Liability 113 E. Call 1 StarkeCUMOUT .

I dures and revising a timing cer Society. .'" ... --- .

: JJVJ(! (! 0 J11130.5, schedule the-Approved board's for accounts.the a teacher payment aide of -


position for the Lake Butler
M 473-4470 473-4078 Elementary School, with the

L aJ salary to be paid from the NMIp atPaso

-E : Training Comprehensive Act Title Employment VI funds. I

;. 75 Datsun Trucks 75 Granada hia'g.. ,Approved the investmentof
I. for 30 days and i
4.001 Mlbb .ur.undy wltll If""' $100,000 tya" I
.1J'Sasd Now A..rtm.nt.t teaChlnvelour Iouck. C $60,000 for 120 days at the I
C.lor. .rI..d L.nt.. ...... A. 1 dd.d '00'. Wire Will. C.VOriOJ. "'n State Exchange Bank of Lake
x. Low A. W.AM"M. ......, .Poo. A.c, etc ." City at an interest rate of 5.625


r. ;2999 $4599 ; per-Approved cent. a change, in

t policy for the issuance of S N Is
Esther King Memorial

C 74 Pinto Stat Wig. 74 AMC Gremlin "X" r Scholarships mended by. the as committee.recom- a A : a A

Under the Administrative
I a Gold Lufto. Rack Pee. AC. NI.'lIc' Clue Chrome Will.. fit" Procedures Act, the policy
AT R C N. Radlas. ...c. AC P.. .... 0E changes must be advertisedfor '

a period of 21 days, and if
'. I .$2988 $2788Z M there is no intercedence oNP o

following a public hearing, the CLEANSCAMBlfflETORS
*' changes become effective 20 oPpO 1 GAL PRESTONE II

74 Buick Apollo 74 Mazda RX3 days following the board's gf0A MEN'S INSIDE AND OUT ANTIFREEZE

t. Z approval.Agreed. y DRESS SUCKS .':.';'...'.' ...,. im MX CONCENTRATE
SAVE
"
(, 1'oJ' Dos"Nod C,... Iadd. Ion R'' fIIWV. ClOud Walen R C to write a letter tot' FROM THE fU MAKER ::: r r m ,
.. graC'AT.. PS.'I.atomlgl. ...al lSPI.\ .Pao AC 5,500 NIlea.0 the' county commissioners' .AaA.HrxM'.1f 'MrM-IVgt,
\ "II CYL Mr Mil.... :w.nt : ra
C.ad,1l *:..t.t'Z.. b 11 requesting the. use of six J .1 (
"Green Boxes" for solid waste dr K'
pf o"NA ].t1'r
;. $3288 $3388 M;: disposal, two boxes at each of Add Gumout to WAS14T
r three Lake Butler Schools. F ?:.. '.;; your gas tank-it Win torsummer concontrato -
-Juhan Mixon principal of ci.on.th.cabu. MIA/Alp ym for year- IT OSCILLATES!
Oa "" round protection. Pronur -
rator. peps up -- PUSHBUTTON DESK FAN
.r ; 74 GMC's 74 Datsun B-210 C Lake Butler school, reportedon mglrwaidh.lps ..... wm.Cortouonin cooling Blue fan blades housed
a camp-out for two nights / cars start faster. system
safety
in
16 ox. months ay.or ctPofwetful
and three 86 third
days.
a Clio.... 01 Aut.m.tle or ..... .Iyo WIM Whits Vinyl TOIl. motor.
under the
.-Trans. .r 1 cyl.. .Icod Right.Auto.. T.an..R a N. U M.P.G. N graders supervisionof r
> four teachers participatedin Selection of wanted styles,
fabrics, fashion '
the which w.yew.
was lylnH
program a colors. A brand know
$2588 :2588d funded for $1,000 from Safe for quality I comfort you and .I.Idl
School act funds.' goad fit. Sites 28-40. A (n
dl dllYj
The monies were used to n.r '
73 Dodge Polara pay for the cost of food, trans- MY, It
ic 73 AMC Gremlin .B ll u
portation to and from l. Ilid wt SUN I tc
M faN.m O..n with M.tcking and the cost of camp rental pu S j y S pluci 15' ALKAr
vinyl roof. 4-0. ....... lull 251C.1.4"CYI.Aut.Trans.Air' *' WAS \ 9ArIJ.M
,: power. ..... AC. 21.000 MI. C.nd. R C N. Ra" Nice.uutilul expenses, Mixon said. ;
t ,' .mlly C.r. Cu..m. A r 1LKALINE
oi 4IndictedFor -DICKIES HEAVYWEIGHT aATTER'w-'
/: : e $2377 $2177' n OENIMJIAMSupertough 13.7Sai.coN

&. ton denim Is bar tacked .A{ fAYI .A{ IAVI .AI = SAYS PIIG. .AS IAYI
r'; MurderSTARKE and riveted at points of 11% Ml Milled I>7> S It m DF tahem. 1.n
4 11. 73 Ford Gaillie 73 Ford % Ton ? .N1SISSY um 29-38 waist.
A Bradford .INNANNNTmfA1T5. KBEKWIK HOVER CAST HIM SKILLET SET ANTASTIKCLEAMEA IUAOENIATTEAIE! VINYL FLIGHT IMOnesuiter
&. Protects decorates Three No lama 'to ten times model( has
as It handy sins noun on Up more
a Glal.rlul with WhN TOIl. 4. LW/. Custom ISO "d" 4yi. C County Grand Jury returned SA/. uvl. just peel off( Even heating, lasts contact.Him gun-type ,lite. man line-carbon. three bigoutsidepockets
Dr. Pull Pow.r. ...c.. AC. One Au'a. T.n.., .u'lundy and 'M indictments of first degree JtIoa'_ I." j* backing and apply. 0 lifetime) Ready to a, By Temze.ft. bott..... Size. D. 1 t'S' rwwit.Rich
U Owns. I Willi.. 22,000 MI. Lllto N_. murder against four personsin r : Color ful.new desi gns. use, pr...awned. 3J 01.II" voit.. Package of,2. block leatherlook.r .
.
s.- Mend
two separate cases Monday "" -.-. Fashion. ,
$2377 $2477 May 12. ,,1"" std. .lIda 10 lUll
f P Three persons are in cus- ...., SL,NL e

tody and will be tried for the ,,
: murder of Tom Gunter, who ,
t' 73 Olds Delta IIII'
'73 Mere Montego died on February 24, followinga '
'
.." ,,,Dr. NT R.y.I.. Power WI... I robbery on the day before, in .
do., AM"M, R. N. AT. PL ".,0 I Ia. a h ; r
".c. AC Law ,4.Dr.MMx..l. which he was attacked and r 1.
.
.. One -
Mil. *' severely beaten. Gunter died ,
= from wounds sustained in the K1 : .I III wAeoAw

I' .:< .2877 $2777 '\ attack.Charged in the case is Ar- K\ r3- F /1 V .r AYU oA

'.f a n thur Jones, Jr., of Starke i .
; Velma 'Jean Covington of ... ..n ... .Af' SAYIPS
; $ C',12, AMC Iloruet SST 72 Fiat 121 GL ;r Starke who Is being held by /. .A1 SAYS. ... 'AW' "Eun ."G. ... ..mun 1M&12"%

I a Mldnlght Slut' 2.p. c,.., Rad. authorities 'in Suwannee N I lIB oM an..._ 1N N OT,ICE CHESTLloStwelant.siyre. POOL FLOATER PACK lIT III'I luau WN1 SUNGLASSES SHOWER CURTAINS.
Met.lllc Oran. 4.Dr. ....... R 101 n County, and a 16-year-old 9 Ib. bottle of' NTH Shimmering. opalescent Gold..tom wire. rims Soft pliable, long
Ta. 4wits .
C N. -0" Cyl. Std T,_., AC.. R.my ", mawSYneM.' female juvenile:Jones and the Wr' MIIFS, IMS'TANK TOPS MINI MISS SHIRTS loan keeps food and dry chlorine tablets amber fluted d. Wllhch..c.'ml". ._ng vinyl. Fashion
; ic .1_ drinks. hot cold. piuNootmgdipa.. 'hold.nY.aun..r regular colored, color prints Full ,
100H! aothn. Reinforced 100%! polyester" or 100%! Long Polyester or si"
: = young juvenile are in custody 1..lIorda.oI..lc.! .... cotton.Colors with eon. cotton or 100H! polyester. Durabl..lalhandl.. er. Limit 1-no rain. 6 glasses"to the pack. shatterproof I...... 72a71' .....
c. r r' S1766 $1466 : ,5 at An the inmate Bradford at County the Florida'jal bad Sizes e-14.Milt"' *, mat trim. Sizes: (-IL Solids,,.,.......1M.L.XL. checks.

.* State Prison, Ricky Lee J-RlrW'INFLATAIU'
u a G
Young, has been charged with OIlBALL VrNVLSMIMtNOFOOLSV'INFUTAIURMa
I I 72.Comte T-Top 72.Cher. Vega 9 first degree murder in the TOPS muss II FAINIIINF10ENIT. Of NIK MANS .... ..v.
,1/ cutting and stabbing death of FM JUNIORS r UMf m
r. ........ .4-hd.. .... P/. ...c. OIa4e. Glue HatcM.Ck c.... C :r another prison inmate, Says. 1W t.Vi 1.NNALTERS Rugged vinyl construction.Bright Heavy duty 18-aauge vl 1
I N. A wt. YrM........_1.4 eye-catching. colors.Pretested fulTMsS1Repair
fit r .AC aso. Roma Ciao. : a Darrell Lee Wingard. Wingard' a construction
a for ....Iy. kit, inciudsd.wJklr .
death occurred on i;.J
'j J SSi66 or.S1066 itl February 27 at Florida State WAI WUTULI V1 L HEAVY DUTY INFLATABLETWefttNMAT
Prison. S111ynyla.-.cHet.le.. Hot blue bellelop. AMsJATTRUS
'....I." ....010 .... stitched In orange. .u. 'AW' wu. SAYS
... ... Driver ConvictedOn pith.-.id.adds 100*cotton denim, Is COT 1 / '" JMI. ; ; ,..

72 Dodge Colt 72 Cher % Too fI.wadtobl.. 011. Oi- sin batalt.d.Flyfront.Sfas1-1S. Ru".d vi"!!I con' Overall seashell I design on.nrn
: : .bottom and sides. .
iiI LuTyx7r
ft M.11111C I Oran.4.Dr.,St.,w... LWS. AYCNC Whits.Iw In.. Alcohol Level onm _. 12'' .do.mrSCNVKKAOOVTi .. 'Rgdrukkiit'a
$,ri.r. 'moll V'".
5+1 M a N. AT Air Coal .., AN C.nd 'YIICIIrem STrio. STARKE -, In 'a trial that
.. .. lasted all day Monday,'May
12, Clayton Augustus Sumner
fA
t;' S1766 :2066b was found guilty of driving '
'I
with an unlawful blood alcohol a r T EMI ,
.
o level. -

b 5. 71.Toyota Corona,, .7.1 Opel hilye'j: Sumner while ,intoxicated charged with, will driving ( be- .

S. 41 Mark' If c........RaM". -. 'AodIk Tip.. M...1...:AC. sentenced on the lesser charge '
Trad Air C.
A ;today (Thursday, !May 15) by ,:U :.a.D'1.CAlUILI; /

: = "sf675 1575. yI County., we Sanders., Ni1I_INIANN MI'S sill

In another'jury' trial scheduled Sea s Ue4 t* letSM* ..... dd.........- Oeeee slleen.or rlerd' S
:.I: .for Tuesday, May 13, s>yl>n .sV s I. *. .*>.... ups dssd) styling. In slid. end tee.alas
James Edward Barkley.' Cress Man 7-11 seta, ales 7-11 lanes. Crap ....7-1 2.i .

I a changed his plea to guilty''ofdriving
,
.II while intoxicated and

'; :II ,Lat.d: was fined $75. In addition to .
,
r 1a i A < t i IHI < (II rjvirsiitrjiA t .
'c.
.,
."' f '. ,the fine Berkley's driver's for (VI .11 Y I > I I' < i H. i (M I' I i ) M I 312 W. Madison 964-7513 CIQAREIITESReq.; 1poe0as4e3
90days.
: :'st. Ad. 1p0 HIWRYr z. license. was suspended :. , : : ,,1 : ; ,

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15. 1975) TELEGRAPH Page 7



Homecoming At Evergreen June 1 Kite Guilty Of Simple Assault Improper Exhibition Of Firearm I


Baptist Church STARKE, r_ A Bradford (mile and a half south of SR. question, about 5:15: p.m., about some poachers j who I:,
their vehicles 'him to sit the ditchbank '
lor the
oncoming on
'returned after the inci
County jury guilty ; about an hour were hunting on some leased
verdicts on a charge of simple 100.Assistant State Attorney truck to pass, Raiford alongside his brother Truby. dent. lands reserved for use by the I
up, Evergreen Baptist Churchof assault and improper exhibi-- 'Tom Elwell called as the first pulled his truck forward to Kite then went to his own Kite's defense in the case club. lie and member Ira I
Lawtey will have tion of a firearm against L.J., witness for the state Raiford permit passage on the road. vehicle and used a citizens was handled by Attorney'sA.Z. Steadham left the clubhouse
Sunda.schook June 1 Kite, a prominent county tim- Tetstone who testified that he The truck operated by Kite band radio to summon other Adkins, Jr. and Selig II. to investigate the I
; .tJi. ;: with, at 30a.m. berman,.last Tuesday after was traveling toward his pulled in front of Truby's members of a hunting party to Goldin of Gainesville, assistedby unauthorized hunting in the
r7i! ., services at 11 a.m., and noon, May 13. .home, on the Sampson grade parked vehicle and stopped. the scene. Stuart Mcllenry, law student Cpltondale area of the leased
The second witness for the
dinner on the grounds at 1:30 Circuit Judge R.A., Green off of SR-100, accompanied by Shortly thereafter. Raiford at Univ. of Fla. lands. Since the club had been I' ,
CQ : p.m.There Imposed a fine of $500 on the his seven year old son, when, heard a call for him. to halt, state was Truby Tetstone, who In addition to Kite, the unable to secure the assistance '
\ will be special singingafter i followed by a shot.; He observed testified that after Kite pulledhis "
firearm conviction and$250 on he met his brother, Truby Tet defendant in the case, the of law enforcement officials -
dinner featuring the the conviction for simple stone. the bullet had kickedup vehicle to stop in front of defense called three membersof to unauthorized
Bowen family) Kennan family some dust In the roadway him, that Kite got out of his stop
assault.
Both their the Hunting' Club had taken it
men stopped Sampson hunting, they
: Sunday' School.:4SI.m" and The Travelers. truck rifle in hand, and
Sunday *Everyone justa few inches in front of his ,
Kite went on trial Tuesday; vehicles on the road and were and one of their guests, as witnesses upon themselves to do their
: Morning Worship welcome. vehicle. pointed it at him through the
; '
morning in Bradford when noticed ,
County' talking they own investigation on reported
CouncilMeeting
Church windshield of his truck and
ll:00'ta.m.: ; Circuit Court with' (After bringing his vehicle to :
charged another vehicle approachingat ( Ira Steadham of Alachua incidents.It .
5:00: p.m.; Church ObituariMMeda two counts of, aggravated!! a high rate of speed. Not gI'stop, Kite approached the ordered him out of the truck, Allen Lewis of Brooker, was during the course) of
i Training, 6:15: Evening then called for Raiford to
; rifle in
p.m. truck hand, cursing stop.
assault against Raiford Tet-: of
having enough room between, Emory C. Prevatt, Jr., this investigation that the
,, Kite then fired shot from the
,7:30: 'and
Worship p.m. stone of threatening to kill him. a
and
Sampson City Starke, are members of the encounter with the Tetstone
: Monday' Girls Ensemble, Thompson, 72 :Truby Tetstone of Brooker.; Kite then jerked open the doorof rifle. Truby's remaining testimony club, and Steve Cardin of brothers occurred.
6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir, ,7:00: Area Students the truck and told him to get substantiated that of his
Charges were brought Starke, was a guest of one.of Members] of the Jury were:
,p.m.Tuesday.lwiior'Choir' & Mrs. Meda Thompson 72 of against Kite following an Incident out. Kite then grabbed him by brother Raiford. the members of the club. Eddie M. Harper, Margie I,.
Craft Route 3,Starke,died Saturdayevening that took place on Sun Win RecognitionAs the collar of his shirt and Deputy John Dempsey' was Kite testified that: the: !hunting :: 3: <.!uiciYr. Ann Rulev itch, DonB.
Handbells 3:20
: p.m.; in Alachua General day, November 24, 1974, on a jerked him from the driver'sseat. called to the stand and said club received a call at Page, .Donald N. Harden'M'
Class, 7:00: p.m.Wednesday In the tussle that that he had been dispatched to
graded road north of Salutatorians '
Hospital in Gainesville. county their' clubhouse at 4 p.m.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoaoa brook and Laurel W JOj.k1..aoaaaacao : >
Night
Family Raiford
Tetstone's home to
followed Raiford's shirt was
lake
following a'lingering illness. Sampson and about a
Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Born, in Wayne County, W. St. Johns River Junior torn and he sustained a cut on investigate a report of the >> aa.aacaaaaD (l
School Workers Meeting, the lip. Kite then ordered him shooting incident on the day in
annual
16th
Vat. Dec. 1902, Mrs. College
I World < .19J Cadets LADIES MEN'S.
R.A., G.A.; Acteens, Thompson lived in Starke for J.R.O.T.C. graduation commencementset across the roadway and had LEVI'S
Friends, STUDENTS CHILDREN
Friends Missions
v I
? 29 years.She was a member of a new record with three,
|, 6:45: p.m. Hour of Power,7:30: Make Plans For
the Baptist( church. ,,,;; valedictorians and two,
?
\'p.m.; Church Choir, 8:15: p.m. Largest Selection and Size Range in South
Survivors include her salutatorians in the'

:V.a-ro;Thursday.,; Music. Visitation Makers Choir, 9:30, husband. Kelly R. Thompson Military Ball graduating class of 100.: who J. & J Contractors BOOTS: Tony Lama, Justin, Frye, Texas, Dingo, Acme and
; a daughter, Mrs. Doris The two salutatorians
:2 "p.m.; Visitation,. 7:00 Crabtree of Starke four sons: graduated with a 3.9 average, Larry MahanSHIRTSPanhandle
; Cadets of the Bradford High
I Slim Karman, Larry Mahan, Hang Ten
.p.rn) .
Paul F. Smith of Burbank from this area. Winningthis Cement And Masonry
1 were
!." Saturday Blood .Bank 'School Junior Reserve Of- Levi), Roper
Ohio, Arthur R.. Smith ofSomervilleMass.1 ficers honor were Nancy Cannon,'
Training
Corps HATS Stetson,
Mobil..l OO a.m. : American and Resistol '
: :
Milo R. of Starke, and Larry Knepper All Work Guaranteed
(JROTC) will put on mar HORSE: Saddles, Halters Bits Blankets Bridles, Grooming I
Smith of Lawtey, and Jack ching demonstrations from 10 of Keystone' Heights. Supplies, etc.
''St. "Mark's Sigler, (Atlanta, Ga.; three a.m. until 2 p.m. this Saturday ; Free I No
brothers: Gordon Booth of May 17, in Bradford Let's Do It Master Charge and BankAmerlcard Welcomed I,J
CPSC00&1 Wooster, Ohio; Bert Booth of Square Shopping Center in To help wipe out cancer in I
Washington, and Boyd Boothof Starke. your lifetime support the Estimate I Obligation Little Dude Western Store '
Church Ashland, Ohio; one sister: The drill\ team will performto American Cancer Society.
Mrs. Mearle Hayton of raise funds for the annual 902 South Edgewood Avenue
Church and Bail J.ck.en Str..t. Phoenix,. Arizona, 17 grand-1 military ball. Demonstrationsare Give
THE RBVfclOHNM. PLVHN.' children and 15 great scheduled every half hour To help cure more, give more 413-2000 Jacksonville, Florida 384-1210
grandchildren. beginning at 10a.m. There are to the American Cancer Society 'TFw Monday Thru Friday; 9 A.M. Til 9 P.M.

.'Thursday, May 15th 3:30: nesday Services, May were.14, at held 2 p.m.Wed-, in corps.over 100 The cadets drill team in the consistsof BHS for research its programs and service.of education. Saturday: 9 A.M. Til 6 P.M.

p.m. Brownie Troop No. 127; the DeWitt C."'Jones Chapel 13 members.The 000000000c C3OOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOoOOOOOoa
7:30: p.m. Senior Choir with Rev. E. C. Harvey .of. cadets will also raffle - -
Practice.. ficiating. Burial was 'in off a 1903 Springfield rifle.
SundayMaYI8th-S:3Da.m.: Prevatt Cemetery. Tickets will be available
Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m. Saturday. The drawing is set i
Church School; 11:00: a.m. Paul N. BuranPaul at 2 p.m. Saturday.This 1M Food, '"
Holy Eucharist; 5:00: p.m. past Wednesday, May
Junior E.Y.C. Meeting; 6:45: 14, the JROTC cadets of
p.m. Senior E.Y.C. Meeting. N. Buran, Jr.74, Route Raines High 'School from SAVE SAVE
Monday, May 19th 3:3D: 1, Starke died Saturday, May Jacksonville performed BLUEBIRDLEAN
TRIMMED 10c
p.m. Junior Choir Practice; 10, in Bradford. County demonstration drills on GRIND 10c
4:30: Brownie Troop No.. Hospital after a brief illness. 1.i
p.m. Bradford Field with the entire SMOKEDDAD :
604. Born in Mier, Yugoslavia on BHS student body in at. ::6
March he had lived in PERK
Tuesday, May 20th 3:30: 14, 1901, tendance.
p.m. Girl Scout Troop No. 614. Starke since 1954, and was a If PICNIC STYLE
produce manager for Winn- .KW.KIV WATER ADDECSHOULDER SUP :
Dixie before his retirement. R
Choir Surviving are his wife, 320 ST.COFFEE
Westminster Helen' Buran, Starke; his ;/J Yo.J< W ,'. WALNUT
mother, Mrs. Rose Buran,
To'Appear'AtCorig.Methodist Forest Hills, Long Island; Local admittances to tV..' AVow PllAA GOOD I :.bays. I
daughter Mrs. '...Mary Bradford County Hospital this 6 i.TO C a 1.ONlNVIIr wUN 'O.UI r1 turfNIISIrVlOB 0000 rNNU 4A i1 L B CcouPOes

ChurchThe Cwakale, Ridgefield Park, week include: Elbert 59 .wean pleistd la icciplU.&D.JL 79 I I
N.Y.; three sons, Peter Newman, Gadson Griffis, FOOD STIMP I BAG
Westminister choir of Nadilo, ,Fernandina Beach; Mrs. Gladys Swafford, Mrs. AVG.t LB
Florence, Miss, will present a Frank and Paul Nadilo both Pearl Colson, Mrs. Alma t tAr
musical program at Pine of Lanoka Harbor,N.J.; one Leurck, Mrs. Esther Sanders,

{iy::.y.:::.:.,.Grove"Methodist Congregational b 0JJjMPnc'ay' > stepdaughter Alldridge, ,Anthony;Mrs.) Carolyn; ane 'Mat Obelia ttle'Tetstone Box,- Hampton, Starke;':I"Mrs.Mrs., Tl QM&II Ftwl Pt pfe l EveryDayLowPrke I Tk* QC UH Fwl P f>U I EveryPayLowPricc

: : Michael:::DeCanio,
Waldo Mrs.
May Hi 7 stepson Alaynne Higgins, ; '
'f'xThpwMii::: n?*frrvitld. 'to ,OcaUf; two brothers and one Viola,..Griffis and Robert FLORIDA 'A' SAVI SAVF iAYI '
GRADE
'. ASbOKfED BEEF BLADE U.S. NO. 1 MAINE
attend. sister,_ all livingin Tyler, Lawtey; Mrs. Kathryn l
Yugoslavia; 15 grandchildren, .Newman, Melrose; and Mrs. FRESHFRYERS CHUCKROAST
Hope Baptist and 17 great-grandchildren. LaDutsie Neylands, Keystone Pork LoinCHOPS WHITEPOTATOES
Funeral services were heldat Heights.
2 p.m.Tuesday in DeWitt C.

HomecomingChanged Jones Funeral Home with . . . ,
Father James Cregan officiating WHOLE
rood r .w ,
; followed by Hackbarth 2 PER LBLOOSE

Hope Baptist Church's cremation. BAG r.ialmtl
annual homecoming day has .. . . Rudolph Hackbarth,79, died
been changed from the third Wednesday, May 7, at his
Sunday, in May to the. last THANK YOU home on Star Route, Hamp-- 11 ir-T1
.The family of Eva Humph- ton. Born in ...... '
Sunday in October of each : Wallingford., :a .. .0.'.' io -I. ", ii' "" S'fc. j 1 I ':
year.Homecoming. reys would like to extend their Conn. on Aug. 16, 1895, he had FARMLAND LAMB AB //CORNISH / QUARTER FRESH FRESH -
this year will deepest appreciation to the lived in Hampton for 21 years.' DINNERS FRYER ONIONS
family and friends that ROAST CHOPS /GAME HENS / | BROCCOLI ]
He
be October 26. was an Army veteran of
Hope Baptist Church is showed their kindness and World War I, And a memberof ) AN'a lr ( l ( w 49Aw 3 49<
eight miles south of Starke on sympathy during the recent American Legion Post 56, .?,99c '""c.:.; 69 co c 89: 69< ., BUNCH49 kCUK LH GS 9jn
SR-100 in the Theressa death of Eva Humphreys. We Starke.
community., would also like to extend our Surviving are .one son, Mfc,F 4P.fi. EtwryDnLowPrk* TU OwM*hU**! EvervDmrLowPricc ImryteyUwPik* 11 I.TI:
'appreciation to David Hodges Richard
Hackbarth
Hampton '
and Rev. Thornton for their ; and two sisters, both of DelMcnt* ii LVKIS SALAD'i" CIBHAKOT
fine Eulogy and sympathy.Also Connecticut. PUDDING(rUliCUPS Potted HOT DOC CHIllSAUCE !
Summertime WarningIn to DeWitt C. Jones and CRISPINS et'
Funeral services were held Meat
the good old summertime, f
the American Cancer Society Bradford County Hospital for at 11 a.m. Friday, May 9, at I
the wonderful service and the graveside in Santa Fe -5/sl 49
has an old refrain-use common they expressed.The I
sympathy
Cemetery with Rev. Gene
'' sense in the sun-beware Bass officiating. Jones ou..o.. Ou..O.. .ou... ou..o.. rN..,.
That's the ., rr COMPARE COMPARE
COMPARE
of over-exposure. Family of Eva Funeral Home was in chargeof LO"r en'' { Vt. u.TO;i LOW Pxr U. to

.best way to prevent skin cancer. Humphreys arrangements. : :: : Peanut Butter rr"".." 5139 200
; Fryer Combf-.SvF1, 79 .0' Boneless Hams ;SIIY.. 459 30' I

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Sausage SBSSKS-. 79 0' i Cheese Slices savs79: ::: 0' I ao

:Sherman's Mobile 'Service Skinless Franks srer-69': '0' i Cottage Cheesenss.'s::: ? 59C I Dill Pickle Chips "*-'. ,: 43e ..

Sliced Bologn.ESSL; :...'.. 89'' .v' J Fyne Spread Oleo :r-: ; 39C : Pantry Pride Olives ,.,". SSe .

? '750 W. Madison St. Starke 964-8850 Chipped. Meats t TO??.?"' 45' .' i Fish Sticks :xffixss, :: $V9I 'ae I Pantry Pride Dinners 4ge ao

Cooked Ham(f.. .. $1 119 I Perch Fillets TSXSSS. 69 ; -o.cw
Lube & Oil Change 1 o;c..u. '0' .0' Taco Casserole ;, 79cEveryDayLowPrke .0


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I BHS Seniors To Face Next Season StartersGraduating Rolling I


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seniors from last Barber, and running backs added.'The boys are to work hard. Jay Godwin slve ends and stated that all
season's winning Bradford Johnny Nichols and Matt Hull. beginning to catch on to what (<6'1",185)),Keith Carter (5'1", four of the linebackers were Wheelsby
High School football team will Hull will probably leave his their positions are all about. 175)), Andrew Carter ((5'11", looking good. The secondary
get together for the last gameof fullback position.to call the "With only eight players on 170)), and Steve Ernest ((8'0", improves each week,
their high school career on plays for the seniors. the team with previous experience 170) are in close competitionfor especially Bright and Red- Sellers
Thursday night when they The young Tornado ball clubis the starting line-up the starting positions.Two dish, he said. Lydia
meet the proposed starting very inexperienced all will include at least four sophomores, Marty The offense looked good,
line-up for' next season's areas except for the offensive sophomores which shows the Russell\ ((81",210)) and Dennis according to Hurse, in last Went to the races and we're
schedule. backfield which is filled with necessity for game-like ex- Brown ((6'1", 170)), are work- Friday's game. Beaver DeSue still not sure if we were
,Most of the 26 players who four returning players with perience," said Coach Hurse. ing at tackle along with senior and Kenny Aycox ran good as watching the regular races, a
have outgrown the team will actual game experience under "Most of the positions for Wayne Scott ((6'0" 190). tailbacks while backs Jimmy demolition derby or boat raC-
participate in the game that their belts. Jimmy Prevail the starting line-up are still Seniors Paul Jenkins ((5'11'V,' I Clark and Richard Lashleyran ing. The drivers all said the
has become quite. a rival will again call the plays with wide open. No one has a posi- 1G5) and Curtis Crawford and caught well.Quarterbacks 77'77'r track has never been in better
between classes. Jimmy Clark at fullback tion nailed down. Whoever ((5'9",155)) are working at linebacker Jimmy ondiUon, If you stayed out of
"The senior team is experienced Beaver DeSue at running works the hardest and Improves along with Clark and at Prevatt and Jackson Prevatt uie flooded areas on the turns.
in all positions and back, and Richard Lashley at the quickest will make tough young junior Lee Casey both executed plays well and 1'I' pr This is hard on the drivers
,will be an excellent opponentfor halfback the team," stated Hurse. (5'9",140)( ). threw the ball on target who do most of their runningon
our young club. The game Kickoff time for Thursday'sgame Defensive line-up for next Two juniors, Sam Bennett despite the rain. the inside grove. Not
should give us plenty, of good is set for 7:30': p.m. season will be very inexperienced and Dean Brown,are trying to Jeff Jockel and Lawrence } everyone made it and it was a
experience that we badly Tickets will be on sale$t.50 for with only two starters outdo the experienced Emmitt Budgett are having a tough a r sight to see those cars fish-
need" stated head Tornado adults and 75 cents for students returning. Scott Pooser,.who Bright for the monster posi- battle for starting center. l tailing down the straightaway -
Coach David Hurse. led the season in tackles, will Both have improved well and after hitting all that
Some key figures who will Last Friday night the Var- again fill the nose-man spot tion.Willie Perry ((5'10", 155)) is are learning fast. water.
be making their last appear sity team was divided as while' Jimmy Clark, who'wasbehing improving at the cornerbackspot. The line did a good job of One car must have gottenhis
ance on the Bradford football equally as possible into two Pooser in most tackles, opening holes and giving the races mixed, he must have
field are Tommy Reddish whoas teams which clashed for the will\ move from his tackle spotto A crew of all new players is quarterbacks plenty of time to { thought it was demolition
a running back gained annual Scarlet and Grey con- cover as a linebacker. working at the defensive throw. David Godsey, Mike night as he put No. 74 Goober
nearly 1.000 yards rushing and test thai ended in a 14-14 tie. Only other defensive .secondary positions. Juniors Odom, and Gerald Simmons Garver on the guard rail in the I
was a major scoring factor; Coach Hurse felt that the players with any experienceat Arnie Gibson (5'11", 150) worked at guards while warm ups. Goober had to sit it
Donnie Sewell,' an all-stater team has greatly improvedover all are Emmitt Bright and Franklin Bell ((5'10",145)), andCharlie Charles Reames, Tommy yr t, out as the wreckers weren't
who recently signed a scholarship the past few weeks of Jerome Reddish. Bright Revel (5'9", 155)) are Edwards,Bobby Smith, Wasil I I even there yet. Sure glad his I II
with Georgia Tech, and practice and the game gave ((5'11", 155)) will play the struggling on the strong side, Hines, and Marty, Russell car wasn't hurt and he could :
outstanding linemen such as them the experience they needto monster while Reddish ((6'0", while Kenny Hampton ((5'8", battled at the tackle spot. hA. I finish racing.
Chuck Cox, Mark Hildreth, get ready for the Jamboreeset 154)) will compete for the cor- 145), Earl Biggs (5'8", 145)), Edwards is the only experienced : The same car then rammedA.
David Harper, .Early Chand- for May 23. nerback position. and Wade Willare (S'll", 155))' man on the line and is is. C., Morrow's circle 3 from
ler Allen Norton, Donnie "We ran a lot of offensive Working at the ends will be work on the weak side. ; using that knowledge to a good the rear and shoved him into
Ned, Danny Anderson, plays and despite the rain, four juniors who have improved Coach Hurse noted tine advantage, said Coach Hurse. No. 63 Rance Phillips. Rance
Marlon Thornton, Dwight threw the ball well," Hurse steadily but still need improvement from the defen-' Steve Ernest and Dave filpped No. 90 and when they
caught several C. Marrow takes a look under the hood of his gold and
Dailev there
passes through with it,
lot -of I im- black '56 Ford that gave him a little trouble In last week's got
had
and are showing a wasn't much left so he to
races, but has made him a top driver at Lake City Speedwaythis
finish the race in another car.
(See Page 9)Cunningham, season.
In the heat races we found
No. 17 Ernie Howe with the
Wins Second Tournament flag in tne flrst t tHobby
i Heat No.74 Goober
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Cunningham's men Softball Augustine.team advanced to finals after ,second heat. The Model's
came through unThey won their first game defeating Schlitz 19-5 where 'were No. 1 Dave Todd in for a
defeated in its second tour113 over Surplus Salvage then they met Casa Decor in back win in the first heat and No. 21
nament of the year during the tied a 14-6 victory over to back games that went 12-3 Sputter Ragan in first spot in
first week of May in St. Macclenny Surveyors. They and 16-15 for a close cham- the second heat.Sportsman .
pionship match. Heats saw No. 7
The winning run in the final win the first heat and No. 6)
inning of the final game came Harvey Jones win the second.
DRIVEIN from a two out,runner at third The feature races saw No.
tr situation when Andy Harmon Harvey Jones in first No.
301 S. Starke slashed a single to left field 21 Sputter Rattan in second
and knocked in the title run: and No 111 in third. The
Home runs in the tour sportsman again found No. 6
FRI & SAT nament were hit by Lloyd Harvey Jones in first, No. 7 in
Green, Gordon Beal, Ricky second and No. 14 Gerry
New IE ,\ I Bennett, and Jim Lewis. Paulk in third. Sorry but we
FREE Electric: : : LEEVANCLEEFRETURN The leading batter was B:J. don't know who was drivingNo.
Sanford with an average.579.As 7 this week.
Refrigerator of SABATA"S3 a team Cunningham's The Hobby Feature was No.

Coffee Pot: Magic Chef. ,,' ,' United Artists compiled 92 hits with 72 runs, 18 Estle Morrow from 'Starke
and brought home all of the lead the whole race to be
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May IS. 1971 TELEGRAPH Pigs sNorman's


..IJWwIDlfmC3! C: BHS Seniors Rabies Clinic Bicycle Rodeo
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? Farm Wins ". a e .(From page 8))
'CJaJ OO V Li;
.J at the end 24 Set For May 24,
p J provement posi until this summer. Set May
tions. The Jamboree will be heldin
Earl is finding out Gainesville on Citizen's The annual rabies Innoculation A Bicycle Rodeo will be heldon
Invitational1.'ournament what the spit end position Is Field May 23 and is scheduledto clinic Is set next Satur- May 24 at the student driv-
Nell Crawford .all about and Is showing a lot get under way at 8p.m.The day,May 24,at three locationsin .ing range behind the Bradford I.
by of improvement.After Tornadoes will meet Eastside Bradford County, accordingto Middle School. It will be spon-
Norman's Farm women's games to clinch the title. The home run.Trophies. Bradford Bassmasters will the Senior game on in the first quarter and Sanitarian Jack Trawick of sored by the Dairy Queen and
softball team was hot for an first of the final games was were presented to hold their May Tournamentand Thursday night the team will Gainesville High in the third. :the Bradford, County Health the Florida National Guard."
Invitational Tournament held won 15-10 while the second the winner, runner-up, and annual fish fry on Santa prepare for the highlight of 'As originally scheduled BHS Department. The age limit will be grades 3-
here on May 2-4 and won the ended 87.Leading.. third place teams. Individual Fe Lake May 17. the spring practice session, was to meet Santa Fe in the Innoculation clinics are set 8. These ages will be divided
event by going undefeated In. hitters were Sharon trophies were given to the Tournament will begin at 7 the annual Football Jamboree third but the team dropped out at: into three groups, senior ((7-8),
five games. Dykes and Linda Cubbedge players on the first and second a.m. sharp! All boats will which will end the practice to cause the change. Hampton City Hall 8:30: to intermediate (5-6)1) and junior
both goln 3-for-4. Linda hit a place teams. return to the landing at noon. 9:45: a.m.Starke., ,((3-4). Prizes will be awarded
Norman's first win was Fri- From noon until 2 p.m., food City Park- 10 a.m. to .to all first, second, and third
day night when they defeatedthe will be prepared and served.At noon. place winners in each divi- I
Jacksonville Patriots 103. Union Tracksters 2 p.m. the tournament will Rollings Wheels {IFrom( Page 8) Lawtey City Hall 1-3 p.m. sion.
Leading hitters for Norman'sin resume and will continue until
that game were Sue Triest 6p.m. '1
3-for-4, Cheryl Jackson 2-for-3, H.F. Wiggins, R.F. Bryant, legal but I for one wonder be in the running along.with Stark RutoCenter
and Diane Jordan 2-for-3 witha Compete In State i Nell Crawford and Dwayne what type of fuel he was Judy Garver from Starke. I
home run.Norman's. Alday will take care of most of running. It must have been .Good luck girls sorry I I
the cooking.Pat awfully rare if they had to missed you last week. I
defeated the After winning! both the .athletes in State rather than Welch and Merrill drain the gas tank immediately ,
Jacksonville Beach Royals 8-3 Conference and Regionaltitles the usual ribbon). McMillan fished Santa Fe after the race so it I don't hear everything or I 528 S. Walnut St. 964-8317 Starke
in the second game. Leading the Lake Butler track A sensational young athlete, Lake last week.Pat landed a 9 wouldn't evaporate before see it either so any In. i
i at the: plate was Cathy Black- teams sent six runners to the; Houston McTear, from Baker pound 10 ounce bass, says he next week's 'race., formation you can pass on to
burn.In State Meet held in Winter High School in Mulligan; has those Hawgs located and Jackie Morrow has me will be deeply ap \
II Park on Friday May 9. clocked a 9 second flat 100 plans to bring home the bacon declined to run for Miss Lake preciated.Come Now Has A
their third game the team In the highly competitiveevent yard dash to tie the world's May 17.Keep your eyes on this City Speedway but we understand on out and join us at
scored 19 runs to win over two fifth place honors record in the preliminaries Hawg hunter, he could spell that Oral Tanner's the races and watch those
Leesburg Royals 19-3. Sharon were taken by union speedsters .and won the event with a 8.3 trouble. wife, Jean from Lawtey, will II [Wheels Rollin. FI Full Time
Dykes was the leading hitter second run.Other Don Brown landed a nine
going 3-for-4 with Linda The 880-relay team of Buddy pounder while fishing In one of I PI.JI1Tl.l.lJaaaalSJla: :! a u" Gu.
Cubbedge and Diane Jordon Perry, Luke Smith, Curtis Union County his hawg holes last week, said DAY CARECENTER : u. Radiator
going 2-for-3. Diane also had a Sirmones, and Walter Brooks tracksters who participated in ,he was over-due for this one.
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home run. placed with a time of 1:32: the meet were: Luke Smith in The club meeting for May, 3.
the minutes while Curtis Sir the 100 'yard dash, Steve will be at the home of H.F. a ShopAlso
The
team advanced
to I'
FROM ARM BABIES
Stautamire in the 880-run, and ,
mones ran a 9.9 second 100 Wiggins on SR-16 about two w
finals and defeated the n
from Jacksonville Olympians in two yard dash to grab his medal. i Joe Louis Thomas in'the high miles east of Starke. Be sure TO SCHOOL AGE. t
(Medals are given to the top jump. to attend this meeting as H.F o I
., land R.F. Bryant have some CONSTANT CARE-. i I '
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sure to turn in all tickets I 'd
1 1 I for the May 20 drawing by NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. k
THE RECREATION CENTER I May 15. Turn them over to REASONABLE RATES Our
i. Dale Johns at Starke Builders
The Parents-Youth Organization walked 11, and allowed just The Chamber outhit the I Supply. WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE. On
is to five hits Elks 4-2 with Kenney Griffis I It is good to see Bill Tilley Specials
trying organizesome
gifts softball teams and Athletic House outhit Guar- leading with two doubles. I back at work after a brief ill THEIR PROBLEMS (i!.

are looking for volunteers to anty Federal 6-5, with Kevin Kevin Griffis and Junior ness.I'm sure he is anxious to Greeter Bethlehem Free ,.. tWiIlBeptistChurch Tune Ups ft Carburetor Rebuilding
his line stretched.
coach. All interested persons Randolph, Bill Goodge, and Schoening each had a hit. get .
contact Packerat Phillip Sawyer each gettingtwo Ralph Green got the Elks only I understand H.F. Wiggins'father :,'"=
please Joyce ; :
9645081. hits. two hits. is doing fine. We certainly 964-5136'Jtj, J 28 Years In Auto Repairs ,
Dwayne McBride .led hope he will soon be at 1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST.. OR
Guaranty Federal with two In the first game of Fridaynight's full speed. 964-8866 ..
Dixie Youth Baseball FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL Elton WardManager
Athletic House swamped hits. Scott Allen, John Riggs, double-header, May 9, Bass Wishes, j
Guaranty Federal by the and Scot Hudson collected a Southern Discount got Into the Neil Crawford
score of 16-9 Tuesday, May 6, hit each. 'win column with a 7-4 victory
as they took advantage of six over, Athletic House. Todd
Jackson went all the way on
i hits and 15 base on balls.
i I Thursday, May 8. saw the the mound for Discount, striking
Chamber of Commerce and out 11 batters,walking six,
Starting pitcher, Dwayne Elks Lodge battle to a 4-4 tie. and ''giving up only four hits.
McBride, had control prob- The game ended in a tie The second inning was Dis-
lems as he walked the first because of the time limit on count's biggest as they plated ,
f nine batters he faced and gave the games. five runs. Athletic House ;.
up four runs in the first inningto Elks Lodge had the game scored all of their runs in the ,
put Federal in the hole. won 4-0, going into the last third. "
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Phillip Sawyer and Ricky inning, but the Chamber Andrew Bryant led Discountat ,
Sullivan combined their pitching fought back in the top of the the plate with two hits, a V
I talents to take the victory. inning and scored the runs double and a single. Todd "1
They struck out 12 batters, needed to save the game. Jackson, Mike Griffis, Robert .
Gornto, and Kenny Massey :.1t. / I
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Goodge, Rowdy Waters, ,t..:. t' ,1. q'
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; The Man Whose Name Call Street'Bears County Agents By m, causing seedlings die. Cutworms them at to also ground fall feed over on level and the I j

r Bobby lab r 1 leafy parts of the plants. Mole
Notebook crickets kill more plants than
:' '' they eat by tunneling beneath
Taylor ,
b Bitterly Opposed Secession planted seeds and young'

.; plants, causing the soil and,
.?_ A BICENTENNIAL FEATURE -* I roots to dry out >Since cute

opened the gates of Hell, from' According to historian It might be a few days early Some of the most serious worms and mole cricket are be ,
: soil insects, they may
which shall flow the curses ol .. for that delicious Silver hornworms, I;
..' Collier, however, Gov. Perrywas Queen tomato pests are 'controlled by applying a'l4! l
the damned and send you to sweet to be available but cutwormsand
aphids
". closer to the public mood corn fruitworms, 2 cent chlordane bait in.
,or per
Richard Keith Call, the man perdition. when he wrote the governor of the second annual Farmers mole crickets. Worm the late afternoon to the. soil
for whom Starke's Call Street But it was too late for re :; South Carolina:'"! am proud Retail Market will open damage usually appears as around the plant; :or, chlordane ;
"- is named, was Florida's terri criminations. Florida was / to say that Florida is ready to Saturday, May 17, at 10 a.m. chewed out areas or holes in dust or, spray, can. 'be. .
wheel into line with the gallant the leaves, stems or fruit. The .
torial governor (1836 to 1839 inseparably part of the South, arI Here' are some of the applied. ,
and 1841 to 1844), and a man settled largely by farmers Palmetto: State," tunnels made by leafminers
,. changes in the market for this
S ; \ be just under the
of Florida South Carolina may seen
and 'ili'
who was part from .:.' a
.. :
year
attack
"; history from the time the Georgia in search of cheap, ... The Governor was right. As leaf surface. Aphids
American flag was first raised productive land. From the .. news came that "Black 1 The market opening is the young, tender leaves,
''over the peninsula until itt moment Florida entered the Republican Abe" was headedfor Saturday,,May 17. sucking out the juices, and are
._ came down in 1861. Union as a state in 1845, forces the White House, a flag of excellent carriers of .plant
were at work to pull it out. ,' secession was raised in St. 2 Market days will be on diseases. .
Governor Call's finest hour again.' Augustine, and Lincoln was Saturdays and Tuesdays at 10 l( Ills '"
of
does most
came ironically, as the flag burned in a.m. The stinkbug
._ was lowered. According to Collier, there effigy. its damage by sucking juices .M ter'
3 A growers permit will be from fruit, causing
were those, like Call, who There need for young
was no Perryto
According to the story told believed the explosive issuesof call extra session of the required to sell on the market them to either fall off or "It takes l less time to"do a I
by Bicentennial columnist slavery and state's rights Legislature an Collier reports.. since the market is designedto develop abnormally. Cut thing right than to explain. ''why
Bert Collier, Richard Keith could be settled without tear.' move the products of our worms chew the stems of
It
did
wrong""
The regular meeting was set you
had been territorial You obtain
Call who a the nation asunder. producers. may
ing ; for three 'days after the
delegate to Congress and Southern Democrat (Jackson) national election, andPerrycalled your permit at your County
twice served as territorial was in the White House and for a convention to con- 'Agents office- free of charge. 1 j'
governor opposed the seces- the slave states formed a sider secession. The
Legislature We want everyone to be
sion of Florida from the Union .
bloc in But .e
with all his strength.But powerful Congress. responded unanimously, interested, involved and From
In the aftermath of John setting Jan. 3,1861 as the date, participating in this activity. i

his was a lonely voice Brown's infamous raid at .,.,.>".. allowing little' more. than a .Growers of vegetables and
crying in the wilderness of Harper's<<: Ferry, the Seces- .."." ,month for preparation.. strawberries will have an =
sionist tide flowed irresistiblyin .
violent passions. He continuedhis opportunity to sell to anyone Jackson'sPHomer
opposition to the end, how this state. sCali denounced the planned who would like to get quality '1 I

ever alienating old friends ? session as treason, which produce at a reasonable pricefor Center : i
.and defying the overwhelming Collier records that the new RICHARD KEITH CALL could only produce fatal con- their table or freezer. We
sentiment of his beloved state. governor from Alachua ;sequences. "Wait, wait! I hope there will be many other I
County, Madison Starke forbid us longer to live with other steps while pray you,wait!"he pleaded in products like plants and eggs Ui1B:1itEI:1ftLJuJa:
When a delegation from ther Perry, delivered fighting them in peace and safety." on events North were. vain. brought to the market and : '
eye up
Secession Convention in 1861c message to the 1859 Legislature -' bought by the folks who have
informed him that Florida had calling for "eternal Florida lawmakers anti-slavery forces were' South Carolina had sent an need of them. .
shipping up support. As .the. observer, Edmund Ruffin, to : .
left the Union, the aged Call separation from those whose by strenghtening '
responded national political conventions had lot of calls ,
have aid and abet the secessionists. I have a
"You wickedness and fanticism'
and took
shouted bitterly: the state militia
produced platforms and candldaltS -. Aging and almost stone deaf, about people having problemswith STARKEFLA. KEYSTONE HGTS, 1)
Abraham Lincoln Ruffin was as ardent a their' tomatoes. The N. CHERRY ST. .HWY 100 Be 2f{'
loomed as the South's "Secesh" as ever lived. He problem everybody seems to ..
Point of view nemesis. One Florida news. was to be granted the honor of be having is Fusarium wilt, 964-6O78 473-4973 It
paper denounced him asa firing the first gun on Fort probably the most common
"wild abolitionist." Sumter and when the Stars wilt in Florida. Fusarium wiltis y zg00J09
and Bars finally fell in the a fungus which is found in '
The aging Call pleaded In dust, he took his own life both garden and greenhousesoils. S'O//s I
Unreasonable ReasonsIn vain for moderation. "I should' rather than submit to Nor- It causes a gradual ,-
not despair of the glorious thern rule. yellowing, wilting and dryingof For ,
Union," he cried. "It Is the plants usually when they 1r eSS ra1r
government of a great On the eve of the Conven- are about to mature fruits. L _
people." tion. Collier reports, the Epis- of .0
a civic club speech last week Chief where suspended sentences, probation, ,:(copal Bishop of Tallahassee The this widespread disease is one occurrence reason for itOJ

Justice James Adkins of the Florida and early parole have largely destroyedany Y"'f'1'. &.1'Ii: preached a fierce sermon planting resistant varieties. It
Supreme Court expressed hope that fear a potential criminal might haveof 04 +nR.}- placing God on the side of the Fusarium wilt can be con- ;;
Gov. Reubin Askew would veto a bill serving a full sentence, or even a sub- S .d -C': South while the State Baptist trolled by soil treatment with .This Week's* *
i.Convention urged secession *' 3C
both houses of the stantial portion of it. Vorlex and Chloropicrin.The .
recently passed by LETTERS ,"even if it means war. .--
Florida Legislature imposing mandatory tothe varieties that are most 10ja
minimum three year sentences for felons Since guns are seldom or never usedin EDITOR With such spiritual support, resistant to this wilt is the "Speci III
resolution offered
the most serious crimes .a was Florida MH-1 and Walter;The
convicted of using a firearm in serious any except declaring the bonds of union
most varieties
crimes such as murder rape, arson and involving murder rape robbery, or a ?x."c- a dissolved and setting Florida the Homestead susceptible, .Tropic and are

robbery.The arson, it does not seem unreasonable to ANTI-MOBILE HOME 1 up as a separate and independent Floradel. Some of the other ..*u e
ask that the criminal be compelled to : nation. serious tomato diseases are "

reasons given by Justice Adkinsin serve a minimum sentence of three Dear Editor: The deed was done: Florida early and late blights, leaf 2x4&2x3 7

opposing the bill were that it would years upon conviction and adjudicationof Commissioner Ralph-'Bryan celebrated as if great days lay spots and viruses. You may 'urYL

result in more jury trials, add more guilt. This would be in line with the was right when he' chargedthat ahead instead of four years of expect leaf reasonable control of .--
per-
spots by using a spray ordust. .
the Bradford (suffering and death. Bands .. ..,
current trend to tough on hardened County- .
overcrowded get .
the prison .
sons to already .
formed, bom "", ? .,
.
criminals effort to' stem,the, Zoning Board has I iananti -. .' 1 ,> '., : e J" uar. ..TIIJ"OI"
additional burdenon inan" rising 191 .... J ffl
,
system.and place an ,mobilhomattiWde, ;lnfact,tit5.,fires were lighted, and hymns i ". ;)...
circuit judgesrwho were described AS< tide of crimethat,threatens to,.engulf T&e.i"; IS anti-mobile home.* to.of praise were sung 'in the You.q: 1i'' control foliage1"and" \.,.,,.. .CULLSApprox ....s.
-- -
fruit feedmg pests of tomatoes -- -- -- -
already overworked. The bill, said Justice nation. We nope that Governor Askew Board churches; Collier reports. with.a general purpose In- ;;
Now the
would of the refuses to veto this needed law. Zoning .. ese
Adkins, strip judges wants to dictate .to" the)'' The grieving Call prayedthat secticide-fungicide dust or
right to put certain convicted. felons on property owners of about 2,000 in the hour of his death spray-if it is applied on a 7' Long ;-
probation. Also heartening was the FederalCourt's acres around Hampton Lake "the stars and stripes will still preventive basis at 7-day- 'i
refusal to forbid housing prisoners just what type of home an wave over me." But it was not intervals. Spray or dust soon rro
to be. He died during the war. after a rain or overhead "
individual can place on his rot
in tents at Florida State Prison
Speaking strictly from a layman'sviewpoint irrigation to replace that
own property. This the board:
;
it seems to us that these rea-. which some misguided lawyer termed says, is necessary for the>' Florida, however, had no which was washed off. This c :
sons for opposing the bill are 'poorly "cruel and unusual punishment:' If tents protection of high cost con. forebodings. It was finally spray or dust should contain 25
founded. The measure was obviously are good enough for our men of the ventional homes being built irt free of Union ties by its own two of the following Insecticides .

t designed to bring some semblance of armed services they're certainly good not the area.protection-it,My friends, is this op3 is.,, act the, and consequencesconse stood ready to face- diazinon, :plus Malathion mathoxyclor, or, EA. ;

deterrence back into the crime picture, enough for our convicted felons. pression. quences which as Richard TDK or Sevin. The spray or
Keith Call predicted, literally dust should also contain one or .i
Mobile homes mustabide by. "opened the gates of Hell.' more of the fungicides Manbe, I ,.-
the health Zineb, or captain. A
same regulationsand copper
A Service Seniors building codes as any ;)
for other home. Mobile home'' ..
I'' owners do not protest to the -

property owners who. are wvi
building high cost homes, so
where is the need for.
A helping hand for senior citizens in when needed in emergencies, and it is protection? Mobile homes r > c.>r

this area is being extended through the hoped if possible to provide mini-bus were in the Hampton Lake SQUEEZE: .1, ,.1")

new Committee for Senior Service at service for senior citizens in Keystone, area long before any high cost' / -xyY '"

Keystone Heights which will offer Melrose and other communities 'at a home was built there. i.

assistance in emergencies, as well as later date. Using the reasoning of the t .; ,
providing information on various programs Zoning Board, these people I ,
and agencies of interest to senior In the afternoon hours professional should not have permitted any\ f .
citizens. outreach workers from the four counties high cost homes to be built in MORE OUT i; "! a...
that area because they were a' r,
.
will upon request, be available for threat to their existence and 1r.e..'"

Services of the office which is staffedon individual consultations. Appointmentsfor made the mobile homes look t, __
a volunteer basis will be available at such meetings will be set up by the cheap. But these people .'
no charge to seniors in Clay County as volunteer staff and in Starke such believed they lived in the land .
of the free, and \c."i.
a '
well as three other counties convergingin appointments will be handled throughthe 'owner should be able property to live in OF YOUR II IItat

the Keystone Heights area- Bradford CUBB Agency.All the type of home he chooses or. .

Alachua and Putnam. can afford without having to' tI.il!Y
who are concerned with the'well build to p.lease his neighbor ,,'
being of our senior citizens have been I'm sure no one builds or buysa .
The Information and Referral
new home L*
Office is located at the corner of Lawrence invited to demonstrate their interest by wishes- of his according neighbors.to the .
volunteering for service at the office. #.*.
Boulevard and Flamingo Street in
that This is serious. LIQUID ASSETS
The volunteers will receive training very
what was formerly a craft shop. It is a business-the controlling of'' r J
will enable them to provide better service .
for Senior Service
project of the Committee private property by '1>
in cooperation with the Clay County to senior citizens who seek assis politicians and government. ., .. 'f'1'.

Council on Aging, and is designed to tance. officials.Bradford One must County rememberthat is now a' If you're a dairyman or stockman, Butterfat, .jumped from 3.4 to 4O.. i t I

serve together the in senior one citizen convenient by location bringing The office just opened this week and member of the Regional you )know how tough it is to squeeze a And the man's income over feed ::0 i
Council, 4, with
vital information affecting his welfare.. it should provide a much-needed serviceas headquarters Region In Atlanta, and, profit these days, particularly with feed and costs climbed from $1.61 to $3j02.. ."*
citizens in this area
soon as senior its leaders are appointed by other costs what they are. Maybe there's a to l'o'
become of its facilities and take way squeeze
aware Federal politicians. So our
Volunteers will be on duty daily advantage of what is being offered.A county commissioners and Often, though, there are ways to. more profit out of your animals ';

Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to zoning board members have realign your feeding program and come It's worth finding out. ".i\
12 noon to answer questions regarding telephone has just been installed in surrendered much of their .
federal programs such as Social the office and the number is 4732065. If sovereignty to outside out producing more and at a better So, call your Farmers Mutual t

Security Supplemental Income Medicare you are a senior citizen, be sure to makea unelected bureaucrats. Every federal Bradford income/feed cost ratio. Exchange and talk to a Gold Kist farm ;;

and Food Stamps, as well as note of this in your telephone book. It County resident had better be Take the caseof: this dairy operator hand. No charge for the consultation, and 'a' '

various county programs available to will be a good number to have on hand in concerned aboutthis zoning who called in a Gold Kist farm hand for it could mean lot for /
a more youthan just "y:
assist the handicapped the disabled and case of emergency or when needingsome proposal because the laws and .. :;- .. .
help.The man was so discouraged he chicken feed. "
the poor. An effort will also be made to other useful, but hard to find, bit of 'regulations that are becominga ''.
provide transportation to senior citizens information. the reality list. will put you next.on wanted to quit business. Gold 1 Kist ,< ;:> I- ",,'i

'I Instead, his farm hand suggested a WJ Good things for.the farm;; V .".'rrrgw.

The board is required to different feeding program. and from the farm: .. *" ....
give public notice for two t .t
cpRIti. B BRADFORD cot, weeks and then act at its next. Here what happened per cow .' ",((."" ojM'------. n... .

dO ,t 1879-. NryN meeting. I hope that everyone per.day. !- v" ." ?:::-?j'.,, :.

he 4 control interested their in own their property right will to' h In three months the dairy went -v .* ':7';,!.. ..,-' .(...,\,L r

0 attend that meeting and make '? from,413 pounds per cow to 586 pounds. ..*. themselves
O heard. ,;.. .
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I (jr .: :a ,,> Ir"Iu.. :. '. .. l" .... ,alt! ; .' .
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BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER, I, for one, think the County .. .." .''i' 'A 'Hr., IJ :r'.J\ !! J''I1iI
QN.era_ POOl.".,. Zoning Board iI. .' -' '10'.
unconstitutional ... -" ", I ...,.t;;J ......t."ltt_ ._!,. .,....,,_......
Matter the Port Office under Act and should ..T f '. .
Class M Starke. Fill be
't Published each: Thursday and entered second at } v it s( : .. .' P' .
"SWH Y bt 1.;
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of March. 3. 1879. abolished. .. ,' ll* ,. +*, .4 .l ,, fr. .. i \
e M : $3.60! months \ .Jprhw- ...lnns., ,",. \'" $;.. ijmlo1ll/! .r.'ft."I.(6)! ... . .h., pd WtJVXW' s
Subscription rate In trade art:. per year ,Pault.TVteng t.: : / "' ,/r", ',. ;;.'1t.. \ J.. ; i' .7. t1Ff
Outside trade area: $7 per year: M.OO six months.. Star Route

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I (CHd VbuSTr KII1Vt' .OUR 50th ANNIVERSARY TO< YOUi)'i :


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Mr. and Mrs. Abdul 1 .I 1 I I I l DISCOUNT COUPON Illlslll( ll.. 1 I ;Ul llMl I DISCOUNT COUPON AM.&(_ ') I. DISCOUNT COUPON ((.(d(1'((( (("( ''t ''l II. DISCOUNT COUPON (I(1(1tji('((,(\.(. '( '. 19aF90D9FFUFFOllFTF000VUUU9y
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Alivandi and of
son Tampa COUPON 00.INIY MAV :=:- .a OOOO TNIV MAV ::=-. ..;a ::::-. 3I COUPON IHIU. MAT .! :::::- -- j
spent the weekend with her JYMRO .J NICKOIVtWIlT IUMMK-.AMD UftOA IMtP.OHAOI '. S*
: '' : 'fCi : '
parents, Mr. and Mrs M. M. I BOUNTY ;;:;- -: SLICED' ;:;- ''' ''fYM''D' :: Homo*"A All rftltM woo,,, '.:="' MOT 1:1"
McRae. 3 $1 G: :i::! 59 z: $ I ICEMILK 39 LARGE 2 88 ::;: r
-:::: I-: r 1 LI :F =g :f- ;>- a s lI"
Charles Fields of TOWELS lOut i BACONCOUPON PKe NAIF G: EGGS DOL g: H 1I
Jacksonville visited his .ALLON .
:::;- -e:: "
mother, Mrs. J. H. Fields WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 59' WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 60'WVITH1MIPUIICMAMO WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR' 40'P 9 :
Sunday. _::o! WI/N/MI, HIKMABfl,.*lOTAt..10..0.0 PY1tNN1011/. aOUNTT. f OWILtAN / .J. .....*I-U IOIAI,PM.u.c".o",MICNORV WIIT I10 ftUCI. *IACON ,- yt wim tm PYPtMAII"/M\U.....LANAI WKMAII OMIOM O.1 mmm. MHO Kl.mM' :Z 'WITM" TNI' PURCMAftl b.LANAI TWO UIe""O"DOI IUMHBIIAN' ii.. LA..|.... :=-"-' ss

spent Archie Saturday Green to Wednesdaywith of* Miami \ m MON ; ; fl0\11NI;MMtT) ;) ;))i'_ V.'l \ _Wn, ) ) IMClY011Nt/OAPIIIIAUMIIONI) ) I Il1AN. )'PV_I \I ; WM; ;.)ry ); ))) I) W)1)W t. _w OB MOSS)IHCUIO.W))ij')) )))):UMIIM))Ml) AH)i'PJf .1"ea*

his mother, Mrs. L. J.
Green. ;9

SAVE ,
Mr.and Mrs. J. E. Boran of W/), III
WeD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
Naples and Minnesota were STAR-KIST' LIGHTCHUNK '
ft
weekend guests of Mr. and BOTTOM ROUND ROAST OR \,
Mrs. W. S. Glover.' Quantity R

Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christyand ROUND STEAK Ra..rvad Right '

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. .WINN......OIIII'NC. ILL I TUNAea
Seymour and Hallie and ,. ,
sons COPY. '" Limit. 3 with $7.50 or mar
Doug had Sunday dinner with ,.,. :
Mr.' and Mrs. Marion
Harrington at the Ormond
Beach Country Club. ,
39 A'X03
The H. A. Lawson family I '.ovNNMi ra..a1M $ ,
had a family reunion Sundayat U. S.'CHGICE HMO
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Y KOIT
Joe Jordan in Live Oak. 'es I ILB.

Mrs. W. H. Thomson of '

with Monticello Miss Lillian spent the Stump weekend Mrs. QoJ / t 6 c.t; ; 1
J.W. Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. BEEF PEOp
Brian Hamilton.Mr. D '.0:'
PRICES GOOD THUR. MAY 15 THRU WED. MAY 21 <
and Mrs. Keith .JOT
Gillingham and family of USDA CHOICI Bit9 W-D BRAND USDA CNOICI Mir MANDI-PAK ; :

Tampa Monday with spent her parents Friday, Mr.to CnucK Roast .. '. . u.98c Ground Round '. . L. 139 Powdered Dry Milk . 2k:.. $359 USas
and Mrs. Guy Sale.
W-D BRAND INT INSPECTID

Mrs. T. T. Long spent Franks . I .. . 'PKG.79C Beef Oxtails . '. . L.. 79eTAUMADOI wQe Chicken . . "is:::? 99e tot
Wednesday to Monday with ...
Mrs. BRAND 'ARM1AND... (IXCIPT GRAVY AND SLICED ISIS)
T. W.
and Hillsborough Mrs. Dave Beach Long Stiegler and at Coral Mr.at Sliced, Ham . . T'no.-.. $1 I 99 Chicken Franks . . VS39C Meat Dinners .: '. ., 2 :... 99e !3Jas s

Springs. USDA GRADE 'A' FRESH W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE

Henry and Eugene Rader of WHOLE FROZEN W-D BRAND FRYING ALL BEEF FARMLAND MEATDINNERS ojas
Peoria 111, are guests this
week of their brotherinlawand
Early.sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. CHICKENI MEAT STEW ui noas

Mrs. Virginia Mathews of
Hilliard and Mr. and Mrs. 13.1
Green Gilbert of Sacremento,
Calif., were last Thursday 19 (EXCEPT GRAVY OS
visitors of Mr and Mrs. Garl $ A SPICED BEEF) Ses
Mathews. :

Buy at Terwlllegar Motors Ji, S
9 9 '0:3w
4.9
"We Service What We Sell" 2-LB. IOU"

Dr. R. E. Dopson attendedan /INMIxT.1/t 1 'u OS.

Orlando acupuncture over the seminar weekend in LB. LB. u. s. CHOICE PKG. ;g

,vvjiich) included the 1 f u
: [.examination complete.. the, '. 1 UIW3SW11AI .4 f -a

e.-course.""*u' ,* IN4 ] ," _"_ "' ,0.0-. ..RbH 1' -" YA a.... aM .... ?..S',5"Tl?.." Mr. and and'MrsrOgden: Batesof 'w.D..'.-(tW'IVI 1 o. SIZE) FRENCH FRIED MEAT AND SERVE ,' VINE RIPE *" 10* .0" "" N J ij. !rllfj A .\| I. TASTE!! O' SEA firth. Shrimp, or Pith Di" "';'r' Clam or S.afood'" Of f I

guests Jacksonville of Mr. and were Mrs.weekend Robbie Beef Patties I. 3 PKG.LS, $239 Fish Sticks ." 2K ,: -$119 Tomatoes . L. 39C Platter .. '. .. 2 A.PKGS./" ., $100 r!

Shaller. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SUPERBRAND LOW FAT FRUIT fLAVORS'i' SUNKIST SUPERBRAND WHIPPED' t':;::

Chuck Steak LB, 98C Yogurt .12 ,CUPS. $198 Lemons 12 fO. 59C; Topping . 2 cove;s $1 ;,
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell
W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE. BEEF. STEAKS KRAFT VELVEETA FRESH FLORIDA COFFEE RICH ,
were Mathews Sunday of Folkston guests of, Mr.Ga. De monlcos . $2 69 Cheese Food .' S: $1"1 Oranges . 8 lAG LI. 79C Creamer . "CTN.'". 59C -j jHYG..DE ,
and Mrs. Garl Mathews.

visited. Mr. and her Mrs.parents Dale Mr.Johns and Ball Park Franks LB $119 CRACKIN'Biscuits GOOD . 6 CANS 89C FRESH Green Cabbage LI.12c Lemonade 6 CANS $139 soTA !

'Mrs. B. McBroom in Bar- S COUNTRY CURED QUARTER WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HOOD n:

weekend.Mr.nesville., Ga. over the S iced Ham IB, $1 139 Cubed Steaks u. $188 1 Orange: Juice ,3 cTNs."l. .Flounder . 2 PK6. $149 1 .i I

nj
,.
'ham .and and daughter Mrs. James Susan Burn-of DEEP SOUTH ASTOR, FRUITCOCKTAIL FRESH FLORIDA YELLOWCORN at" '

Largo and Mrs.T.E. Herndonof

guests Valdosta of Mrs.Pearl were Edwards.weekend MAYONNAISESarJen :iR'

Mr.and Mrs. R. C. Bagwellof
Denver Colo. were recent ,OSIY
,visitors of their son-in-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Barnes and other A'A


relatives.Mrs. James Barron and ,
Mrs. Janet Turner and N
daughters. Vicky and Claire o99
had Sunday dinner with Miss 3i esOJ
Kay Turner in Jacksonville
.
and spent the afternoon at
Ponte,Vedra Beach 32-0%. ;;

Pi. Mf. and Mrs. J. R. Wain. JAR ''
*,* wright visited Mr. and Mrs.
w John Kopelousos and family in It'
J.4 Orange Park Sunday afT -' O.
t'', KRAFT U.S. NO. I RIOUtAR VINT VUS .

.'I? ternoon.EMI: ',and' Mrs. R. A. Colson. Peas .. ,. ,. 41 CANS..... $100 l Macaroni Dinner . 4Cranberry 7V.PROS..... .sloo] Potatoes ., .. '. . 10 X 69 'It Y5,

:? spent the weekend with their MRS. SMITH'S CHERRY OR ....

%=,t: and son-in-law Mrs.LaRue and daughter Williams, Mr.at toffee . . . I.LI.CAN 99C ,Cocktail . :0TTIB88c Apple, Pie ,., '. '. . . ':.I... 89 C u ri
Ormond Beach. tTOICILT DEEP SOUTHFresh .

> Gerry Gibson of Merritt Cut Green Beans . 3 .'N v 88c Cuke Chips .' .. 2 'JABS- 88c French Fry Potatoes 5 ,'V 99a aY Ii
Island spent the weekend with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L.
H. Gibson. Gerry flew a plane DOVE' ,LIQUIDDETERGENT LIPTON FAMILY SIZE SALUTOPARTY ; Ii IiI
from Merritt Island to ,
Keystone Airport as part of J y r' .5I

(1. his license.flight training for a pilot's S amPs TEA BAGS PIZZA4o

f.iI Mrs:W.W.Hood(is expected Food
home this weekend after a ten 1odhe1 at ,
*!* with Mr. and Mrs.
day visit Dixie
ft Hood Jr. in Wilmington, Del Wino r rta

J Mr.:and Mrs. H. A. Lawson ,
[ and Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh '-
.J Brannen visited Miss al
j{ Elizabeth Lawson at Lake I 0.4A
:a Wales ,last. Wednesday to 8
yFriday...
::
24-CT. 32-oz..'
Mrs. David Scott of ,,32-oz., '

,Decatur son-in-law Ga.and is daughter visiting Dr.her ITL PKG ..: 'PKG.. .. 1 ....,; ;;

and Mrs. O. L.Haynes,Jr. fortwo N .i,; vi
weeks., .T..f .' .,-
-RT.-
A' W. F..Herlong had as '' ,
Mrs. I' r .If'' ;;. : n(1. / ;'
visitors Mr. and Mn. F.'V.- .. ..i '.,' I.J "I ; y, r" VA .., 'TRJ. ..
:
." : '" ...
...
Jacksonville .
Herlong of : on ''',10---1' <- / ." Ii. ..
Sunday and Mr.. and Mrs.' \ 4rp*, '' j ,i
,* Mark Herlong.*of' Jacksonville' ",. : .'\ t't.. WW JtriJWf( ] ijllDW! ", : :. .. : .{
''on Monday.: ... .- ''7 -- .. 't, .: .
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--- -- For Sale Automobiles, Used Real Estate Real EstateI


FOR SALE: SK acres land, 854

miles W. of Starke on Rd. S- FOR : I Over 1300 Sq. Ft. beau- FOR '' RESCUE
MISCELLANEOUS large WANTED .j I on a big ,AVON TOT
235 Just off SR-100 left, reasonable new tiful well landscaped lot.

terms. 496-2468. Up - -
------------ $695. Custom built Cabinets in Kitchen SALEPurebred 'Caught Up In A Lay-Off? Save

FOR;SALE: Do ft yourself 12 by : Middle aged white 'V $ trwillcjja -Room.Hardwood floor In Dining Your Budget Products.By Selling Call Lorna Our
LECITHIN! VINEGAR! B6I 1 12 Inch .with stick Famous
tile back
on to live in & take care Bull
- Black Angus at 755-0731 o; write P. O.
KELPI Now all four in FOR Clyatt
one now at Dahmer's Discount. :
woman. For informa Big Living Room With W/W Calves and Heifers. 11 to 16 Box 5127, Lake City Fla. 32056.
capsule, ask for VB6+- 2/27 26tchg 8/25 come to 700 Lafayette REALTY Carpet 3 Big Bedrooms .'All I months old. Homeplace '
...
Mtchell's Drugs. 5/15 ---- ,------ Air. Starke. 5/15 trf
2tp 5/82tp Air-conditioned > attached Elleenmere 210 and Dor
5/22 ---------- Steel ,65th .
FOR SALE: $6'.98: LP records garage. Tripod TV Tower. Mac's Bardoliermere
------------ $4.98, $5.98, LP for $3.98 at : Rent or lease with e .... - Blood lined. Solid; lengthy
Discount. 2/27 On Church Street Close to herd sire or replacement
FREE: One Ice Cream Scoop Dahmer's .. to buy, 4 bedroom : I
with each Oil & Oil Filter 26tchg 8/25 Everything. prospects.
Schmidt. 964-6774. THE ... Aluminum'
---- --- OME OWNERSHIP -
---
-
Change thru July. Faulkner' BEST INVESTMENT YOU CAN Can Be Bought For 922.800 Rex SmithW. .
Gulf Service Hwy. 100 FOR SALE: Daylllies, newest '---------- MAKE) The value of a single Completely Furnished. Ready to Brownlee Road'' idinaAluminum
Keystone, 4734279. 5/15 varieties, all colors, quantity : Man and wife to live amily home has Increased 37% Move In. Will Sell Unfurnished StarkePhone
lltchg 7124 discount for landscaping.Mrs. me. Pay no rent but help in the last 5 years, and indicators $21,000. 964-77
R.F. 203 Christian
Young
LOST will
values
------------ : are these continue - -
Street. 5/82tp 5/15. grocery bill and power to rise! Check the value of llchg 5/8
:
Sof feet
safety & fastwith Call T.L. McCulloch 468-
=
LOSE WEIGHT! ------------
your other investments duringthe Call Bill Powell,
X-11 Diet Plan $3., 5/15 Itp last 5 years..the conclusions Broker I
FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts
with
Fluids
REDUCE Excess ----------
-- obvious. A home Is your best 9646464Sat. I
and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE RemodelingCement
DRUG. 2/8
KOCH
X-Pal, $3.
investment. 27 Ft1973Alrltre.mInternational
HOMES SALES, Hwy. 100
: ,
15tchg 6/12 - & Sun. Call Land Yacht
W. Starke, 964-5606 tfchg. call ,
------------. Motorcycles I $25,500 1240 Blanding (Saratoga 533-2208 Like NewExtras Work
------------ -- _
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS.The Heights), CH&A, 1768 sq. Towed 1,200 Miles.
only requirement ,for ft.,2 tile B, 4 BR, study tremen, Price includes tow

membership is a DESIRE! tc AUTOMOBILESUSED r : Suzuki IBS, 1974, dous ha. room, excellent condi! equipment FinancingAvailable
stop drinking. Ph. 9647959. miles, like new $700. tion..assumable mortgage..mo. 30 acres with good timber,
964-7619 or 9645148. 1/. pay $219.29..owner transferredto paved road front. 4 miles N. of V /
Itchg.
$8,500Call
South Florida. Starke terms.Commerclal .
TP-B/26 ,
----------, - ..,. 473-3328 ,"
----------
FOR : OF STARKE Your building, block construction 6-8p.m, 'SEi4-Ei858
1973 Pinto : We have commercial
FOR SALE: Suzuki Dealer. propertiesand 2,400 sq. ft. 1 acre For Appointment!
Runabout. Radio Heater acreage. Let us know what land, 3 miles from Starke.'
964-6020. 304 ,
t FOR SALE J $1805.00. See At Terwillegar East Call you want and we will try to findh
,
Motors. rfchg. for you. 19 acres, Lawtey, good timber
---------- .
- Terms. JIMMY MOORE'SSun'Sports
------------ 5/15 ChampHome
CYCLE CENTER, '403' $$36,500.3 BR, 2 B, CB, CH&A, Long
SALE Sat. May 17 from FOR SALE: 1974 Ford Pickup ((6)) -- ft. well 176 Brooker Some
YARD : Street, Ph. 964-6020, 1700 sq. living area, to acres area. 1
10 tH 5. Front Underwood Cyl. Radio Heater, One FOR : Authorized HODAKA 1 wall carpet, drapes, dishwasher, planted pines. MORE BOAT FOR and

Motel North on 301. Also Owner. $2995.00. See At tfchg. refrig. with Ice maker 2 car garage YOUR MONEY TF (Building Materials
antique cash register. If Terwillegar Motors. nice ---------.- 3 lots, conveniently 1 to 10 acres open land. 4 Mles i ,
located of from Starke. sites only. I STARKE -' PH 964-5791 WE BUILD
$26,800 at
raining will hold Sunday same ------------ -- mortgage Home
7 3/4% can be assumed with
I'
time. 1tp FOR SALE: 1973 Gran Torino FOR : monthly payments of $231.00 1 to 2 acres mobile home sites, COMPLETE OUTBOARD a YOUR PLANS OR OURS
------------ Ford station wagon, good no fOR SALE incl. taxes & insurance...Key. N.W. of Starke Terms. STERN DRIVE SERVICE YOUR LOT OR OURS

FOR SALE: Will sell either of condition, $3,000. 496-2468. St. ....4 stone Heights. AND REPAIR FREE ESTIMATES
;
two ponies: brown Shetland Itp -- - George Roberts Real Estate COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
$15,000Utle Lake Santa Fe 964-7823 or 964-6533 REMODELING'REPAIRS
stallion or black paint Welch ------------ REPAIR ,
FOR : SALE: New homes undeveloped lot with 75 feet on tf
CUSTOM BUILT FIBER"G.LASS'FISHING
9648073. 1t ADDITIONS
Gelding. FOR SALE: 1972 Torino Tudor 3/4 acre. Under- water, approx. 400 feet deep. BOATSINSURANCE
------------ A.T. Automatic, Air, 36,000 Motel, High.301 North Beautiful trees..great fishing... HOMES BOUGHT SOLD

FOR SALE: 1 Acre, Lot 3 at 'Miles. $1995.00. See At 6488 Starke. Up owner will finance reliable pur TRADED

Northwood. Beautiful Home Terwillegar Motors. ---------- chaser.
SALE
ACREAGE FOR
Site with pines. Call after 5p.m. - AT REDUCED RATES
------------
7823414. Itp FOR : SALE: Lake Hampton $4,787..large lots in Country UNITED FARM AGENCY 964-6853
FOR SALE: 1973 Dodge Custom Now Available. Water. dub Estates with swim., golf & REGISTERED REAL AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
-- .---. -----, Super Cab. Automatic Air, Lots. Wooded 1 V4 acre Tennis... $6ooo..Bessent Road ESTATE BROKER DOYLE E. CONNER HWY. 301 S STARKE TF

YARD SALE: A little bit of Power, Camper Shell. -- lake lots. Come see lot pretty trees. excellent (location PAUL&IRENE FAULKNER INSURANCE AGENCYLOW q.
$2695.00. See AT Terwillegar 18-2 acre home sites paved road. 964-5065
everything. Good buys 3V4 HOME-
; .-OR : with beautiful oaks HATE MOBILE
- -
miles north of Lake Butler on Motors. 1/2 pines just waiting f for your $4,400 to $16,500 lots in Lake 2 Large, Lots with nice 4-BR, 2 INSURANCE TCHG:
------------ ,
121. Fit Sat. Sun. Watch for dream home. Salesman Hampton Oaks some on the bath block home completely I well Drilling

the signs. 1tp FOR SALE: 1973 Bright red site Saturday, & Sunday water some off 20% down, furnished, out of city.
------------ Mach 1 Mustang, 302 V/8 Mark L.K. Edwards, III & five years at 9% ...Wise Invest- RANCH LIQUIDATION 2" thru 6",
Reg. Real Estate ments for the future. ,,5.10-20-40 Acres or more In
FOR SALE: Pet Ram $25 or automatic engine, floor shift, '
Clay County, Keystone area.
Keystone Heights.
-
best offer. Phone 9644426.Itp power steering, power disc Fast RotaryDrilling
-- 4752636. Most parcels from $1250
or $31,000 New 3 BR, 28, CH&A,
front brakes, air, radio, dual BRASINGTONt'M"f 42250 per acre. High & Dry'
carpet, disposal, stove, one acre Equipment
w ,-?.......--.-:- --- ,, Racing! ,mirrors: 16,000 miles, FOR : : 3 BR, 2 bath'brick lot...privacy, pets; pride. of 1 ; f.1.. 'fC' t 'NhNiLE'f4i : Wooded.-Dowo payment and ... ...t' : "
FOR SALE: '19 foot" Shasta excellent condition. C.K. in Starke, carpet, ownership, and room to do your u.I1si. sIR11'IpIYnescltv'lluu I I.. terms negotiable' Long .$I7.. ''L'Ycens"d

trailer, electric water heater, Norman- 9648292. Itp way appliances in- own thing..90 financing to ur I'sril'('errTaken terms.
refrigerator & brakes. Very --- -------- -- Phone 473-2039 after qualified buyer. Uncle Sam will On Cadillac Truth'sl.MNKSMM.i I' Pumps I

nice. 964-8332. Itp or weekends. tfchg. help you buy this new home 2011; .\\'. 1:1111: :I.K-IIII: : WEST CENTRAL
i Gainesville't ---------- with a 5% tax credit against your ( : : : REALTY INC. New & UsedSalesPartsService
------------ Registered Broker'
1975 income taxes.

AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: ABC - 1-378-2308. Anytime Call /

Sales, service, installation, ESTATE j DUPLEX New duplex underconstruction..roomy..see Evenings Art Patray :

stereos, phono, reel-reel, us 473-2039 E-Z Terms
tapes, cassettes, radios.Work That's The Place I for details. U'I* now haw a /ufltimcmcf nppli- 5:15:
guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- I repairman/ Jot all ytturiciuir \
Cecelia T. Terwillegar / nt'eda.Call I PIUmbln.1 j
7329.:
tfchg. In IB: Reg. Real Estate Broker ,
------------ BYRON E. DUCE, 206 W. Madison Ave. Badcocks ,
Real Estate Broker New Installation/
HOWS OF HOBBYS Full line 964-5289
: of "EALTOR 'office mf Davidson I
393 N. Temple Ave. 964-7776
arts and crafts. Also guar- If Yon Are Looking For A Remodeling
964-7700 home9645146MULTIPLE
anteed stereo repair. 118 r 'j'Y' Mobile Home ParkIn "
See Steve And Ask Repairs
Court. Ph. 9647329. tfchg. : and 10 acres, Hampton City Limits
------------ .
LIVE HENS I

FOR SALE: 1 acre or 15 for sale, The Monte Bello Home, appro*. 2 acres, 50 Cents Each $30 Per Mo. t Durranee|
Underwood Motel, Highway $27,500. TWIN YOLK '
301 North of Starke. Itp The Summerhill'' EGO FARM' Walk To New
; :Pump &
------------ Supply
FINANCING, LISTINGSRetirement Hi Milt North of Shopping Center
j FOR SALE:: Tractor trailer & The Amherst RENTALS NEEDEDCall Inttrlachtn City Gse. Water a Sewer.
equipment. 964-8462. Itp' Anytime Home Beautiful 3 Hwy. 315 Company

------------ The Seabreeze VERNIE ODOM bedroom on 2 acres,just outsidethe 5:' 4t 5:2 On 301 South 864 N. Temple Ave.

964-5476 Starke CIty limits. New ,
FOR SALE: :38 Snub nose hand stove, and refrigerator, fenced, Jolu Motel Starke
gun$55.22 hand guns $24.96, Also Ask Steve About FHA Applean Brown water softener, many shade WELDINGEarl ,
25 automatic from W.lker-711 N. Grand 964-8810
guns 964-7955 trees and shrubs. This home Is I 964.7061.Olin's .
$49.95. Dahmers Discount. The Family Living Series spotless, and the landscaping is 24 HOUR SERVICE '
tfchg beautiful. In Woods or Shop
.
---- ----- Stark or SurroundingArea
Nrce 3 bedroom the
near corner
FOR SALE: Good used Subdivision
color
of SR-100 and SR-18. This Phone 964-7351 I
and black &white TV, stoves, home has been completely 5:8: 5tp 6:5 ,
refrigerators, furniture & air I /'eJrt: C5.."90"-.. rebuilt, has wall to waR carpetIng I -
I
condition BARGAIN CEN- ESTATE and to on two lots, on the / 1 .
TER: U.S. XI South tfchg. Mom 1 I LI-, HOMES: corner. I I I I
.... v .
--------t"--- r .'"" MWnr ... S SAVES" Au

FOR. SALE:Diamond needles for 4577 N. W. 1 nth Street 2 Bath frame home on 1 FRED 206 N.SACKETT-REALTOR Temple(US-301)) FRED DAVIS ; p I I _ _
any stereo, over 247 differentones $20,000 -
Lawtey p 9049646622,4661642A.JTnomas mrs
we have them all. Dah GMC TRUCKS
- -
mer's Discount tfchg. CB home, cent heat/air. BUICK PONTIAC For Rant '2&" :Per Mo Wat- a'
------------ V lore Lots
Doublvwidvm in carport for future room- ; ;Realtor "A LITTLE RIDE CAN Sewage furnished

FOR SALE: 1974 Honda XL 175 lot $18,200 {J1 N. Walnut St. SAVE YOU A LOT"TF Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 100 W
.. I COVE SPRINGS"
Dirt bike. 20 horse Mercury ; - Tel. "162 GREEN
We Now Have 9
motor, weight lifting bench furnished home $9,600 :

I with bar bells 2 sofa and chair Stock. Special Savings -,- -. frame Very dean dwelling and,nice 423 2 W.bedroom CenterSt. _1111.. .U. IJCI_ III I _Jr.".. iiiH. i 1 It. t::..
sets. Some small. appliances, home screened
porch
., fenced back yard. Owner
Realized We Have !
clothes: ladies sizes 5-12, boys will finance..
= 8-10. Roger Upholstery. On These Homes To Make - Caunlryarag.

Thurs. thru Sunday. 301 acres Mobile homes High and dry I lots suitable for I

North 9 to 5 p.mltp New 75, $2,500 homes and mobile homes. Some 'i! 964.7942
I - with water front on beautiful Morgan Road Phone ,
74 Harvard 60x24 Was '20,501
Lake. Financing avail
On Hampton
US 301 in Law
FOR SALE: One acre, 60x12 2 tey able. Sprinq Sp.elalaTuneUps .
BR all electric mobile home. 73 Regent 44x24 Was '9.306 reduced to $8,900 "

Double insulated. SR.236, off - 10,20, 40 acre and larger tracts ., DISC Brakes :Motors Overhauled
,
r 100. Contact WMiarns. 112 73 Perkwood 60x24 Was zoned RIB $7,800 Financing on, some of these '

Lakeside Road, Sebring Fla. 74 Frontier 36x24 Was '8.195 - _lable. 6 Cyl $385'.f Clutch Repair
5/153tp5/29 -,woodlands800. ,
------------ 74 Frontier 60x24 Was '7.545 Office and/or busbies* 'rentals $751 Parts a Labor ,
- on West Call St., In Starke. valve Jobs
rOR SALE:: Case pocket knee 74 Tiffany 50x24 Was M4.12O 28 acres beautiful ,Plus Pig Extra ForTurnlng, Disc.,
now at Oahmers Discount. .
tfchg. 74 Academy 60x24 Was pasture 50 pecan tree FOR SALE; Cash :r.gl,U:- 8 Cy Brake Jobs, Front Eld
acre
-- --------- 44x24 per most SI2.! .in stock
73 Seabreeze Was paper
- SSO'
FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.., Calf In to s.. It w. have you 10/1 ,Rebeildiag't
9x12 LInoleum $8.98. Also 73 Seabreeze 60x24 Was Acre livable house & size or come In and Jiu t .
12x12 and 12x15 jn stock. : 250 cords of standing brows at The Office Shop. Peib Drum Type -
.
{ Hundreds to choose: from at Lawtey $892 per acre ,

Dahmers Discount tfchg. - FOR SALE: Typiwrf.r and i f AitCo lditilRiRgSenice
Charles Green
e ------------ _Bl acres Sr-18 $880 Acre Adding Machine ribbon 'al. '- ., ,
FOR SALE: Beef for your freezer MIl 'ne office shop: Open All' Oar '
60 cents per lb. Also registered LAW,,? fl,. Leaton (Budd): Satirdayti' .
Angus buss for- ... ,
afford Martin 964-7148. 5/8 -oo' 782.3BO6 11f a11t/4r ; FOR SAtEt ,;All size*._ 6* : &,. .Matthews :'' I1Magenj! a ,9 4.-1 2t'ftt.Jr.4t' a,+124,1
2tp 6/15. l' ? win> A MrAftr. **.' \maskingtop1' ; The Office. 'I- ':.. ,. t 'f : tSJJ ,/ ;

4577 N. W.. 13th Street .,-. snap.
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use the : HAMPTON .Legato Legala ''':' Legals I 4

LAWTEY "
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j' .
WANTADSfrp1r ? NOTICE I able'"to nd'who and the natural father and TO I ,
.u._ _.. __ V I. .AREA NEWS 1 Those not att
CHURCH ACTIVITIES '-by Elizabeth and sisterinIaMr., and 1 Ronald M. Hersey has mode \wish/\ to submit written com WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. '
Terryfor I
Church of God: Sunday Mrs. James Waters. Hjf JiiHrpliiixPOIIlaino 1 Application to the' Bradford 1 manta for the record may' do so/:

,School 10 am. Worship Services the day were her brother- United Methodist Ladies County Zoning Board for I I II Such written comments as are YOU ARE HEREBY notified I

11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE in-law and sister, Mr. and were hostesses for a bridal I reclassification of the property received by the City Clerk of that a Petition under oath copy
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Sidney Hansen, and her shower last Friday night for RECREATIONThe I 1 1I ,. of which is delivered\ \ / to,;you j
described below from R1A to Starke on or before June 10,
Faith Church regular meeting of the ; herewith has been filed in' "he
1'8.rU Baptist : in-laws, Rev. and Mrs. John Mrs. Norman Traylor at the I I { r
.. Radio program over WPXE Swanson of Fort Myers. home of Mrs. Esther Carter. Hampton Senior Citizens will EA. / 1975 will be considered.. above styled Court for the pqr1- ,

Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Mr. and, Mrs. ,Ronnie Mc- Twenty-seven guests were be Friday evening, May 16, at 40 Acres more or less, Sec.23 All objections to this notice manent commitrriant, of

School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Clellan and sons, Daren and, present and the bride received 7:30: p.m.' Tn. 83, Rgen 22E In Speech/Hie and to the program of, the JEREMY ANDREW DAViS| 1 I

CLASSIFIED AD RATES vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Paul, of Vidalia, Ga., spent many lovely gifts. After The afternoon Craft class I close to Keystone Heights, Ra. |/ scheduled hearing should be aka.BABY. \-BOY.-OEAfft'.a! ,

Prayer Meeting Wednesday the weekend with their I opening the gifts, refresh- will learn Flower arranging at This change In classification Is |1I filed with the City Clerk of the minor male child, born March i

Deadline for insertion 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les ments were served. the next meeting. The craft subject to a public hearing to beheld | City of Starke, Florida at least 31, 1975, to a Licensed Child r I
Tuesday Noon I
preceding class is held at the Hampton
Grace United Methodist: McClellan and Mr. and Mrs. 27 7:30 before the All Racing Agency for subsequent
Thursday before on Tuesday, May at : j ten days hearing.
publication. Recreation and Hall I
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mack Sweat of the State Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins City adoption, and you are hereby
p.m. in the County Commission | legal issues should be brought to
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Farm. and David of St. Augustine, every Wednesday afternoon I commanded to be and appear in
Minimum Charge$2.00 7:30 p.m. United Methodist Mother's, of from 2:30: to 4:40.: Anyone 1 room at the Bradford County |j the City of Starke's attention the above Court' at Starke,
Mrs Ola Mr. and were Day guests
(Covers 15 Words) Fellowship 6:30: p.m. Choir Mrs. Charles Starling, their Mr. and Mrs. interested is welcome.We / Court House at which time all j and an attempt made to resolve Florida at 3:00: p.m. on the 2nd
Each word over IS Starling, Wayne parents, would like to add to the interested shall be heard /I them before the hearing..
Practice 7:30: p.m. Wednes- and Melissa, visited their son- Carl Carter and Mrs. Mary / persons day of June, 1975 and to show'
10 cents day.During in-law and daughter, Mr. and Dinkins. Another guest of news of the Old Time Jubileeat 1 for or against the proposal, as I I All Interested persons will be cause why said Petition'.shouldnot

Classified'Ads the absence of the Mrs. Andy Harvey, of Perry, Mrs. Dinkins was Tier son, the Hampton Elementary ( specified In the Zoning Code of I given the opportunity to be to granted.
All must be Rev. John Steitz whois The Plainsmen band I heard. WITNESS hand as Judge .
pastor, Sunday afternoon. Charles Dinkins, of Starke.. Schooli Bradford county. my
paid for In advance unless you on vacation for two weeks, Maj. James Phillips of so Country Music en- of said Court and the Seal

have an established account Rev. Peter Richardson, of tertainers. The members of 1 I thereof, this 18th day of April,
Lake Butler, visited his John Torode Chairman j Merrill Edwards ;
'f with the Telegraph. In that Gainesville, was the speakeron Frank Herndon of Highland, the band are Randy, Ricky 1975. ,
event 50 cents extra charge Sunday, May 11. On May mother, Mrs. O.J. Phillips, on. and his and and Robin Brown. They are, Bradford County Zoning Board. City Clerk
for billing. Not responsible for Saturday.Mr law.: grandchildren of Mrs.' Belle City of Starke Florida b
18, Dr. Ira Conley also of / r R. A. Green Jr.
and Mrs. Fred Black- I
errors when given over the Gainesville, will be the .Herndon and family attended Brown of Hampton and they L.M. Gaines j Itchg 515NOTICE CIRCUIT JUDGE
burn of Orlando and Mrs. I II
phone or when copy Is not) speaker. Homecoming on Mother's Day also live in the Hampton area. 11t j '5/14t5/22 ,
Sam Sr.. of Fort
and Gillespie, at Stephen Foster Memorial I j--------------
typed brought to the of ,
United Methodist Women ------------ ----- ..
Meade afternoon --------
were Sunday ,1
Okefenokee NEWS
lice Swamp, Fargo, SCHOOL
met at the church Tuesday, OF APPLICATIONFOR
of their cousins NOTICE
guests |
,
Ga. The Old Time Jubilee heldat INTENTIONTO
NOTICE
May 6, at 10 a.m: with Mrs. TAX DEED
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. the Hampton Elementary 1 PUBLIC HEARING /j IA REGISTER

ing.George The Roberts meeting Sr.was, opened presid- Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest, Mr. and Mrs. Barney School on May 3 lived up to its 1 public hearing will be held at I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FICTITIOUS NAME

PERSONAL SERVICE with devotional by Mrs. Coss, visited their aunt,also Mrs. Mrs.Eula Lefetra, of Tallahassee, were name with members of the I the City Hall, Starke, Ra., I that Albert Thomas the holder of,

followed by a business Hollingsworth, of Fort, weekend guests of their' community attending in I Monday, June 2, 1975, 5:001; I the following certificates has Pursuant to Section 86509

session. There were 19 ladies Morris Hollingsworth.afternoon., cousins, Mr. and Mrs. James costumes reminiscent of the N p.m. for the following purpose:: I filed said certificates for a tax Florida Statutes, notice is

present.The White Mr. and on Mrs.Sunday James Anders Waters.. Good Old Days.the direction The music of I Placing a mobile home at the. I j deed lO be issued thereon. The hereby given that the'.undersigned -
bands under McDaniel
O''
I James ,
i WATSON'SHOUSE next meeting will be and of Palatka following locations: J certificate numbers and years of
family, spent Mr.and Mrs. Alsobrook and Hank Lott and Randy Brown '275-D Starke .
1 Box ,
/ Route ,.
May 20 at the home of Mrs.
the
VACUUMS Sunday with their parents the All parties will be heard at this | issuance, description of the
sons, Mike and Patrick, and entertained throughout / Florida and Herman Paul
Frank Coss, with Mrs. Mamie Mr.and Mrs. O.J. Anders. Ail time. property: and the names in 1
PTA is
The
and Mrs. Glen evening. grateful'to Hollow
Mr Ray Russell, 1822 Sleepy
Lou Edwards and Miss Ar- which it
Many brands of new vacuums.', thurine Blanchard hostesses.The of them attended Homecoming Alford, of Mayport, Mr. and the Don Roberts family and 1- Evelyn and Willie Banks, [ follows was assessed are as Drive Starke, Florida ;32091,
:
Used machines available. United MYF enjoyed a and dinner on the groundsat Mrs. Barry Watts and Barry all who assisted in making this Jr. A parcel of land lying and j Certificate No. 68. doing business under the firm

Expert Repairs all makes. cookout on the church grounds Long Branch Baptist Lee,and Mr. and Mrs. Charles an enjoyable time for the being in the SW% of SW hI { Year of Issuance: 1973. name of "R& M ENTERPRISE",

Parts and Accessories for all Friday evening. Church and Cemetery. Gaston, and son, of Starke school children and others I Sec. 22 Township 6 South, I II Description of Property: Com. Sleepy Hollow' Drive, Starke,
Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas
vacuums. Built in central Highland Baptist Church: a luncheon guest of Miss were dinner guests of Mr. andMrs who attended. This was I Range 22 East. Near Larry St., I{ 353ft. E. of NW Cor. of NE'/4 of Bradford County Florida,
the tirst of the
vacuum deaning systems 712 Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Esther Mason, of Jackson B.F. McCulley and among Bicentennial celebrations to / Old Lawtey Road. | NE% and run S.225 ft. for POB, 32091 intends to register said

N. Main Gainesville 376-7110.' Worship Services 11 a.m. and ville on Thursday.Mr. David on Saturday. then run W. 105 ft, S. 68 ft. E. fictitious name under the
V be held in this area. ,
TF 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- and Mrs. David Albert Mrs. Carole Shields' class Is 2- Donald Nettles. Lot 5, 6, 7 | 105ft. N. to .POB. Sec: 30, T-7- provisions of aforesaid statute
McDaniel and
dinner O.
Mothers James
-----.-.---- nesday, 7pm.Northslde and son, of Jacksonville, were Mr. and Mrs.Day Harry Wilkerson guestsof continuing its study of the / of Block 7, Temples Addition to /j S'', R22E.' ; Herman Paul 1 Russell sole

I WILL BABYSIT your child in Baptist Church: weekend guests of their were their sons-in-law and founding and history of our / the City of Starke. Section 28 j Name in which assessed.; Ver- owners.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- parents, Mr. and Mrs.:: Milo nation with special films, / Township 6 South Range 22 j non J. Forsyth.All .
my home large fenced yard, ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- of said in Dated this 28th day of April,
and property being
Smith
comfortable surroundings, Prayer Meeting 7:30 family. vus Griffis and girls, Mr. and reading material and class I / East. North Standard Bulk j A. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. j
p.m. : Mrs. Maines Griffis and the County of Bradford, State of
hot lunch, snacks, excellent Wednesday. Mrs. Eugene Taylor and girls, projects.Mrs. Rant, N. Thompson St. I Vl4tp 522NOTICE
p.m. children of Palatka Florida. .
were Anna Clayton's special -------------
,and their niece Mrs. Darlene
care. Call 964-7616 before of Unless such certificate or certificates -
Saturday overnight guests education class has learned
i; 1:30: p.m. or 964-6931 after SCHOOL NEWS her mother, Mrs. Nellie Wil- Norman, and sons. Later the skill of writing a good Chairman I shall be redeemed OF INTENTION
Mr. and Mrs.
6:30 p.m. 5/15 2tp 5/22 The .Lawtey Elementary kinson, Mrs. Daisy Boch, and guests were friendly letter. Some of her J according to law the property TO REGISTER
PTA will have a covered dish James Padgett of Jackson- Merrill Edwards { described in such certificate or FICTITIOUS NAME
------------ r Lynn.Sunday guests were Mr. students surprised their
I/ at 7:30: on Tuesday, ville. certificates will be sold to the
supper and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and mother by sending lively City Clerk J JItchg
BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete May 20. The program will fea- family of Palatka, Mr. and Mother's Day greetings made 5/15 I highest bidder at the court Pursuant to Section 86509
sharpening service, circular ture an awards night for the Mrs Steve Harbin and son house door on the 19th day of
:; Mrs. R.E. Smith and family, more meaningful by having Florida Statutes, notice is here-
-------------
hand, carbide chain. Mower'blades Lawtey students.A and Mr.and Mrs.Tom Whaleyand are visiting her mother, Mrs. been composed and hand May 1975, by that the undersigned

hollow ground and Field Day will be held on family, of Starke. Sarah Johnson of Stone Moun- written by the children under REGISTRATION OF Dated this 10th day of April, Mr.given and Mrs.. Grady L.
balanced. Can 964-7509'a May 22, starting at 9 a.m. Sympathy of the community tain, Ga. her direction. FICTITIOUS NAMES 1975.

leave at Jackson'' Building Running and jumping events is extended to Kelly Thompson Mrs. Jean Clark's first and We the undersigned, being Gilbert S. Brown, Williamson, Rt. 3, Box 144,

Supply Starke or Keystone will be included in the all-day in the death of his wife Mr. and Mrs. James second graders have been duly sworn do hereby declare Clerk Starke, Bradford County, /

Heights tfchg. program. Parents and friendsare and the Milo Smiths in the loss Starling and family, and Mrs. studying insect and plant life. under oath that the names of all By: Beulah M. Moody Florida 32091, doing business 1

--------- invited to attend. of their mother, Mrs. Meda Inez Kelly, of Starke visited Students have brought ants. persons interested in the business (- Clerk of Circuit Courtof under the firm name of "GREEN

; SEWING MACHINES School will be dismissed at 1 Thompson.Mr. Mrs. Ola Starling and Mr. and moths, and other insects for or profession carried on Bradford County., Florida OAK NURSERY", Rt. 3, Box

: alt makes cleaned oiled repaired and, pm. on Thursday, May 15. and Mrs. S.L. Swindell Mrs. Larry Norman last Sun- inspection and discussion.Mrs. under the firm name of T & S 4/24 4t 5/15 ___ 144, Starke, Bradford County,
afternoon. Lumber & Fence at P. O. Box --------- ---
This will be the final day
adjusted $7. Work county- and sons, and Mrs. Frances Maureen Paul, our Florida 32091. intends to register
guar- wide curriculum for 215, Hampton Fla, and the
anteed. James Strickland 964- meeting Cowan and Becky, were school librarian; has been REGISTRATION OF b said fictitious name under the
r all teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley extent of the Interest of each, is
: 8733. tfchg. Saturday guests of Mr. and helpful in providing In- FICTITIOUS NAMESWe of aforesaid statute.
t :... Mrs. J.F. Robertson and Mrs.E. Thomas and Jay, of Live Oak, teresting books and films on as follows'Name : provisions
------ Int. Mr. and Mrs. Grady L.
Extent of
PERSONALS and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey
Swinney.' these subjects. the undersigned, being
''TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days a Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston Mrs. Bill Gaskins attended.Motbep's of Starke, visited their Chicken pox is still Oscar John Thompson 50% duly do hereby" \ declare Williamson sole owners.
sworn (
i ..,V week, dozer vvorl\ (,end drag- and Nancy\ were guests ft Mr.\ ..... > :. Day,, services with I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred prevalent among the primary Harley Seabolt 50%"'' under path that the,? names of all Dated this 15th day,bf May,
..
": ... .
",'d ne work1... \'Call 468-1873, Star and Mrs. Frank Conner.jof; L her 'mother, ipurs. O.J.. Moore Sunday afternoon. school children.' Teresa I Ii' _. : iJ.II,, eff'llirrrie business A.'-Dr-4975
C ": >I. i I" Rt: Hampton. STEPHEN George, Ga., on Sunday after Phillips, on Sun Ed Eisenburg and son, Melton and Melissa Williams nil< Isl Oscar John'Tliompsona,, ; personsfpter or,profeSs y J carried on !/1514p 615 ae'Sttake-Florida-- 1

.. SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. noon. Miss Debbie Camp cele- Eldon of Bowling Green Ky.. are still recovering. A few / / Harley Seabolt under the name of Bradford Fuelat 'u._----
Friends of Mrs. Pearl while here business visited Dated this May 2, 1975 at
------------ brated her 16th birthday on on children have somehow 308 South Thompson Street ,NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Starling regret to learn that the Gene Eunice family and not to contact this Starke Bradford County +
SINGER AUTHORIZED SER- May 12 with family and managed P. 0 Box 1209, Starke, Florida REGISTER,
she is a patient in North Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunicethe Florida.
friends. illness to date.
and the extent of the interest of FICTITIOUS NAME:
VICE DEPT. We service all
Florida Regional Hospital, Celitaand first of the week. !. -5/8 4tchg /
Mrs. Michelle .. each, is as follows:
makes and models sewing -------
Gainesville. She underwentopen Mrs. Herman Lee and son'r0BROOKER
Lee of Jacksonville and Mrs.
machines. All work fully NOTICE Pursuant to Section 86509
guar-
heart surgery on Wed- Clarence, of Starke visited
Janet Johnson and
son Extent of Int.
anteed. COLEMAN'SSEWING 4 weeks after this date Name
reported that Mrs. Harold Eunice and April Florida Statutes, notice is here-
CENTER 138 E. Call survive Derrick, of Waldo, were Sun- 24, 1975, no claims will be
she by that the undersignedLee
Julius last after-
day morning guests of Mr. and Saturday IN BRIEFBy Freeman Register Jr. 20% given
St., Starke. Phone 9648312. nice honored against the estate of
and is doing Our Mrs. Gene Pearson. noon. MM. Lee and Mrs. Freeman Register III 20% McKenzie and Willie
5/1 4tchg 5/22 Walter T. Smith.
prayers are with her. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Waters of Eunice were childhood play-. Jeannette Prescott Michael Bach 20% McKenzie, Rt. 3, Box 375.B,
------------ Milo R. Smith
Mrs. Harold Eunice went Maxville were Sunday after- mates and had not seen each Box 155 Larry Crawford 20% Starke, Florida, 32091, doing

MAKE EXTRA MONEY: Need with her son and daughterinlaw noon guests of their brotherCommunity other for years. CHURCH NEWS Fla.32058 J,G. Holton 20% business under the firm name of
Lawtey
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Brooker ,
of the
someone to answer telephone The WMU 4/244tp 5/15 /Freeman Register, Jr. '"THE BARGAIN CENTER," 301 a
"i in home. Call Jacksonville Eunice, of Graham to visit Baptist Church pinned each Freeman III
own / Register,
your --------------- South, Starke, Bradford
..I, 731-<<255 for more her sister, Mrs. Pansy Knight, News lady with a Carnation on her sMichael Bach
Florida 32091 intends
County ,
REGISTRATION OF
of Maxville, Sunday after- arrival at Church Sunday Isl J. G. Holton
.
inlamationitP----- noon. morning, Mother's Day. Laterin FICTITIOUS NAMES /s/ Larry L. Crawford to register said fictitious name

'f Mrs.Jim Burton of Jacksonville ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER the afternoon, corsages of under the provisions of aforesaid

MOBILE. HOME MOVING: Also spent Wednesday to IMPORTANT NOTICE the church. Saturday dinners carnations were delivered to We the undersigned, being Sworn to and subscribed this statute.

mobile home hurricane anchoring Friday with her mother, Mrs. Senior Citizens of all ages.- will be sold from the kitchen. the ladies who were unable to duly sworn, do hereby declare 10th day of April A, D, 1975 Lee McKenzie and Willie

.J and mobile home roof Mary Dinkins. please listen! We need your Sunday services will begin get out and get to church.In under oath that the names of all 4/24 4tchg 5/15 McKenzie, sole owners. x'

1.. coating. din's MOBILE Friends of Mrs. Meda company. How about a free with Church School at 9:30.: At the morning services, persons interested in the busi- --------------. Dated this 15th day of May

Home Service. 964-5606 Rt. Thompson, of Starke, mother home-cooked meal? 11 a.m. Baptism service. potted plants were presented I ness or profession carried on A. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida.
i 100W. Starke, Fla. tfchg.. of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith, Your Neighborhood Center Morning service at 11. to the oldest mother present, under the name of Happy Stops IN'' THE CIRCUIT COURT 5/15 4tp 615NOTICE .
regret to learn that she is a has proclaimed Thursday, Evening service, 6 p.m. the youngest mother present, at 308 South Thompson Street EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
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C patient in Alachua General May 15, as Senior Citizen Day. Vacation Bible School will the mother with the most P. O Box 1209, Starke Florida FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD.

SINGER SEWING MACHINES: Hospital, Gainesville. We are Please join your. neighborsand begin at Bethlehem Monday, children present, and the and the extent of the interest of FORD COUNTY. OF INTENTIONTO

All new sewing machines now happy to report that she is us for a free lunch, good June 16-20, at 6 p.m. Studentsof mother with the youngest- each is as follows: REGISTER

.( on sale at your Singer Dealer. improving steadily. Our fellowship, door prizes (groceries the county are invited to child.' CIVIL ACTION FICTITIOUS NAME
4 Liberal trade In allowance on prayers are with her. ), singing and bingo. attend. The Singsters directed by' Name Extent of Int. CASE No.75-113

any make sewing machine.COLEMAN'S Mrs. Lassie Starling of Jack- Have a good time with Pleasant Grove and Mt.., Tommy Cox presented special Mchael Bach 100s % Pursuant to Section 86609

r, SEWING sonville, was a guest of her friends at 1 p.m. in the Neigh- Morlah United Methodist singing in the Sunday morning / / Michael Bach IN RE: The Marriage of Florida Statutes, notice is hereby -

; CENTER, 138 E. Call St., daughter, Mrs. Elsie Norman, borhood Center (old RJE Parish, Rev. Willie Stitt service. Pianist was Linda Sworn to and subscribed this HOWARD O'NEAL WISEMAN, that the undersigned J.
j Starke. Phone 9644312. 5/1 and granddaughter, Mrs. school) on North Pine Streetin pastor.Pleasant. Cox. 8th day of April, A. D.. 1975. a/k/a HOWARD O MONDAY given
4tchg 5/22 Darlene Norman, and sons fora Starke. Dress casual, and Grove United : 4/244tchg 5/15 Husband and CAROLYN RUTH A. Sapp 902 Woodlawn.Street,
:
.
Brooker Baptist Church ------------- 'Starke Florida 32091, doing
j week. if Methodist Church. The WISEMAN, We.NOTICE .
------------ you may bring an apron you
. Friends of Rev.' Tommy wish. For transportation call funeral of Mrs. Lennie Desue Services NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO OF SUIT business under the firm name of

f BIC. PENS. The Office Shop. 19 Howe regret to learn that he is 964-5689, Mrs. Louise Hudson.orMrs.IJUIanCummings. will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. Sunday Morning '- Sunday REGISTER NO PROPERTY'' "JOE'S GIFTS & NOVELTIES",
cents and 25 cents. ill at home for a few days. He We with Rev; Willie Stitt officiat- School 9:45: ; Worship' Service FICTITIOUS NAME 902 Woodlawn Street Starke

was not able to preach last are looking forward to seeingall ing. Chestnut and Hale are in 11:00.: ToHoward: O'Neal wiseman Bradford County; Florida,

Sunday. Our prayers. are with senior citizens there. charge of arrangements. Sunday Evening Training Pursuant to Section 86509 c/o Helen Horton 32091 intends to register said
l Sunday services will begin Union 6:30: ; Evening Worship .
him.Mr. Florida Statutes notice is here- Spanish Fort Alabama. fictitious name under the provi-
and Mrs..Cecil Hardee NAACP'MEETING with Church School at 10 a.m. .7:30.: .' by given that the undersignedJohn YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED sions of aforesaid statute

and daughter spent last The monthly meeting of Morning service at 11., Monday Visitation Prayer Curies 742 N. Church that an action for Dissolution of J. A Sapp sole owner.

Friday night with their Bradford County Branch Communion, 4 p.m. Convenient time ,for, you. Street, Starke, Florida 32091, Marriage has been filed againstyou of
15th May
this day ,
Dated
mother, Mrs. Stephens, of NAACP will be held at Plea- Mt. Moriah services start '. Wednesday Prayer doing business under the firm Howard O'Neal Wiseman

Panasofkee. She.came home. sant Grove United Methodist with Church School at 10 a.m. Meeting 7:30; Church Choir name of"SUZUKI OF STARKE" and you are required to serve a .A. D. 1975 at Starke.' ., Florida..

with them. Church Monday, May 19, at 8 methodist at 11. United .8:00.Thursday 304 East Call Street, Starke; copy of your written defenses, if 5/15 4tp 615' .
Visitation 7:00.: -------------
Mr. and Mrs.' Danny p.m. All members and interested -. Church at 4 p.m. Cranford Bradford County, Florida intends any to it, on the plaintiffs attor-
Thompson and sons, Kevin citizens are invited to which will conclude services -Rev.Terry to register said fictitious ney, whose name and address is ..1 -;
and Brian, of Jacksonville, attend. far the day.Philadelphia. Interim Pastor :
name under the provisions of. Hon. George H. Pierce; P. O. $
AK: and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck ,Tuesday May 20, a Memorial Baptist aforesaid statute.' Drawer 1030 Starke Florida, 'ik!! !'/

Moore and Bob, of Lake City, service will be held at Church, Rev. W.D.. Dennis John Curies, sole owner. and file the original with the

were Saturday guests of their Macedonia Baptist Church pastor. Annual. Men's and Tire Sale Dated this 21st day of April clerk of the above styled court PRINTINGStatitHir td2
I
Charley ;.t Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. ;of; Women's Day will be observed -
parents, Hampton. Rev. A. Wright A. D. 1975 at Starke, Florida. on or before May 19* 1975:
Moore. Gainesville will be the Sunday, May 18, 4/244tchg 5/15 'otherwise a judgment may be

E. Friends of Mrs. Carl/ speaker. Everyone is invitedto Morning Worship will be con- 4 Ply .Iy..,., -------------- entered against you for the relief .
j Prevatt regret to learn that attend. ducted by the male members pra'i M.ru'f (It.U demanded in the complaint or

John. she Is a patient in North ,of the church at 11 a.m. After- ..'*.. IH.It NOTICE OF petition.
I Florida Regional Hospital. CHURCH NEWS noon Service will be led by the N,'I', 1:11.1'GLA..aaLT.D : PUBLIC HEARING WITNESS my hand and the

t Gainesville, following an acci- Greater Allen Chapel AME Women at 3 p.m. with Mrs. seal of said Court on April 17.

; "It Just dawned on'me'-my dent in her home last Thurs- Church. Rev. R.G. Heastie Theresa Holiday as speaker. RADIAL Notice is hereby given that the 1975. f

,landlord's fire .insurancewonldn't day night. Our prayers are pastor. Prayer Meeting and Everyone is invited to attend. CIty of Starke. Florida will hold a
with her. Class Meeting combined each Bethel Baptist Church Rev. ITIIL SILTIO KAOIALIH Gilbert, BrownAs
Public 7.00
l' cover my per' Mrs. Margie Reddish, of the Tuesday night at 8 p.m. Sun- B.J. Franklin pastor. Church .,.. ..s. / June 17 Hearing, 1975 at at City p.m.Council on Clerk of said Court
: sad hfJonghip m the State Farm, and her parents, day services will begin with School 10 a.m., Morning H*.'rtmrrt I14LH By: Beulah M. MoodyAs
f'' '.,..u..at I .... M, Mr and Mrs. Lea McClellan. Church School at 10 a.m. Service, at 11. Evening service 1" 149,e Chambers, City Hal :203 N. Deputy Clerk

I .dothmf. Jewelry camera,. visited their mother, Mrs. Morning service at 11. At Sp.m. 3 p.m.Ebenezer. Thompson Street Starke 4/244t .5/1S
W.H. Hall of Jacksonville Baptist Church! LASS eiLTIO Florida, pursuant to Public Law .
t Choir Union at Hopewell. roLTOTIE441ors -------------
'sports jDOjtQpmcnttTV phase- Monday afternoon.Friends .' All members are asked to Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Mt. 92-500 for the purpose of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT_ '

!bet etc. must be'worth of Harold Eunice please cooperate with this Sinai Women's Missionaryand u>.n receiving public comment to the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN !Just. for You .

11500 at ..... What.Idndof regret to learn that he Is. a activity. At 5:30:. evening Education Convention -lw.W m$31.M u 201 Facilities Plan for the City of AND FOR BRADFORD ...., .' ." ..s

I. mswaticc should I have patient In St. Vincent's service.Greater. will be held May 15-18, with Starke's 201 Planning Area. COUNTY FLORIDA. <

!" both .theftaadCharley ,,r ,HopitalJacksonville,. Our Board Meeting set for.Thurn.dayctoday *. The purpose of these plan. I Is' Case No. 75-28-CJ ((1-2296)) :THEOFFICE;
.
"f.'t. t.,,..,....,, ...,.-, prayers are with him.. ,->'"*' Bethlehem ( ) atS p.m. Mrs. ,Thomas Oil to provide an overall environmentally JUVENILL.DEPARTMENT '
.r 'M' Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Pra- Freewill Baptist Church Rev. Angarolia Davis, president. A / t ,AIN

t E. ter and family, of Jacksonville Jasper Williams pastor. Services ,local program ..will be 'presented Company and economically) THE INTEREST OR JEREMY

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph began Monday night at 8 p.m. with BUS \'h acceptable method for wedswater ANDREW DAMS/a/k/e BABY '
:' Martin/ and ," and with Tiny ,Tots and Ushers assistant principal .Je sle N14341 treatfYW1t'and manage' r
JOHNS AGENCY family. { Ill..W....,I'' BOY. DEAR, a minor child. 1 HOP
: "Clifford Martin,' of Wke;' Board meeting.Tuesday night, Moore as speaker. Mrs. L.M. Stark..PlwM* ment within the Starke 201 :

.:C Mo tai: i d: WALNUT*m;jW'PHONII ,4 were'Mother's :.Day/dinner; Payer,, Meeting.; Wednesday V Royal, teacher at the Middle !'tl'.11' ;. ", Planning Area. 13BW.:OH St:> Ph ione8 4< guests of their mother Mrs. No. 1 rehearsal. School, will make the PHICB INCLUOI1 ALLTAX.I All interested parties are LATHE STATE OF,FLORIDA: TO: _-
AND MOUNTING :;
,iff1-8070 ,. \Y filter Martin.' Other guests Thursday night Story Hour at response. invited to attend and be 'heard. !, JEAN DEAR, the natural mother ,'StarkeMay '


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I THE STARKE SHRINE CLUB I Dinner Will. Be



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,DOOR PRIZES Invites You To Our Annual Served From



FUN FOR ALLDonations ; 5:00: To 7:30: P.M. "


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The Member Of The Starke- Shrine Club Thank Thorn Listed' Below For .Their



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Possible

Mutual Exchange Bill Graudon & Sons 'Cannon & Sons '''Cement PreCast. . Products. . .. .,
Ed's Gulf ServiceTerwillegar . . . . .. . . Farmers .. t. 'f'.
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Ford Farm*Bureau Insurance .1 Heating. . .&. .Air. .Conditioning' . . ,11.1. ... I LPGaslue, . . . . . .. . : EU. .Wilt. . . :. . .. . .. !

STARKEMagic : 'Hollow. ?Motel: t . D.. .M.. Hale. . .. Ted's .Welding; .Shop. . . ... ; . .1 jB .Grass! .Country! .Music i Park. ; . ;. .1 I GMAC. . . . . . . ..
Sleepy .. I.
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House George Ricks. SelvageRoget's (A.:.J.: .Thomas,.Sr.: . . . . . Parrish Sandwich. .CompanyGainesville . .
Discount
Needle Hammond's. . . . . .. . . '
Road . . . .House. . .of. .UpholsteryStuckey' . . . Rpsha's! :. .Beauty: .Shop. . . ... . Marine
1517 Bessent . . . . Mrs. Pat Thornton \ WALDO
i Pecan Shoppe Sonny's:Fat:Boy's: Bar-e-4 : : : : : :

Olin's Mobile. Home SalesOwensJoist . . . . Charley. .i .E.. .Johns. . .Agency. . t . Bert. .Bevens. . ( . Oasis Lounge ,
MACCLENNYTommy . . . .Company. .
: . Latjmer.Tire .
'of' Florida . . Community. . . State. . .Bank. . . . . . Underwood. . .Motel. . Station ,1.,1..1.Beggs CompanyWllliams
De'w'iii : Funeral Home t > t I : .Gulf. .Service. ;! . !. . .1 . Coca-Cola. . .Bottling. . . . . .
C. Jones 1.
. . Hair ,j .1
. . . . . . Bonnie's Styles . Thoni Service Station JohnsJ. '
. . . . . ? . . . . . . 'Brown's Laundermatt & Market Neon :
Edwards ; . . . . . ; Signs.i . . .
'
Merrill Crown-Central. . . .Lumber. . . ,. Edwards Safety. .Service. .i. . C. ', Jr. 'I"
. .Yarbrough
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. . .: . . j. . . Bobby's Hide-A-Way\ \ \ Ideal LaundryJim
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City! .Clerk. . . . . . . I to . . . .
Chicken '
Fried '
Wish. .Bone. . . . . . Nancy's Flowers. ,., ,. . Thomas A. Rhoden : '
Merritt WilliamsState Center Real Estate Henry. . .Croft. . ... . . .. . . . ;. Hall. .Paint. . .Store. . [ [ ] .
Starke Paint Produce . . . . . . . .
GriffIS .
Farm Insurance . . . . . . . ,
. . . . . rlamm's ProduceWflsonV
. . . . Jeffcoat Neon Signs .
. . .
. . . .
Ben Rowland . . E.. .wJ. Hodges.. . ] .JrV. . . . . . . Jim, .Temple. :! : . 1 .11.,1.. Baker.County. . . .Farm" .Supply. . . . . AntijjuVs ". 1.1/x.1. I Music "
. . . . Lipham Company 1
. ? .
. .
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Normans; Farm Pr'o'd i Pat! .&. Brenda.Farnsworth. . George H. Pierce Blue. .Haven. . .Restaurant. . . . . . . "
Market. . .
. . . . . Orchard Motel & White Electric
ResUurant.
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. . . .
Mr. Otto's Beauty Salon. . Dudley. .P.. .Hardy. . . . ... . . Macclenny. .Tire. .Service, .. .'. 1Shadrick'a "
.
Inc.
Fred Sackett RealtyJulia's . . .i .r. i. r' ( Battery & Service
. . . . . . . . United Farm Agency " "" . . . '
James Cannon Bud's. Upholstery . . . . . 1.1 'inc.
Florist. . . . . . . . . .! ; .1..1..1.1..11.1..1Louin Paul. .&. .Irene. .Faulkner. . . . . Wholesale Discount ,Fred. DonaldsonWaldo. . . . . ' RC' Bottjer of GaijiesVijle' . .
Redding . . . . . . . . . . .
Wuikler Inc. . . ... Concrete ProductsGainesville
. .Electric. . . . . . . . . Dr.. .J.. .E.. .Denmark. . .. Gary Fraser . .Market. . .1. . . [ .. . .I' .. Denny ''' . .
Fred Barker Gene. .Shaw. . lt . . . . . . . . . . i Allied
ZIPPY Mart. Inc. Jaslnger's! Orange' .Shop'1< Sears. .Merchant. . . ... . . . . . Baldwin. Chevrolet-Olds. l! . 301.South. 121. .Club. . . . . ? t . ... . Linda's Diner Moving. .&.StoragePegstOolBottling. . . :. .
. . . . . .
) . . . .
Branding. . Iron. .Restaurant. . . . . . . Starke .Builders': | .Supply! . Martha White i Milling Company. : : ThriftsHardware. . . .., ". . ? Company: . .

Dixie. .MptejTasteeFreeze. . . . . . . . David Lawson Wtan-piide] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] \ \ \ ] ] . . ] Expressway Motel & J1.! GeisingerWaldo Seiryice: ' ] .' [ . The. Office. I/ounge. '
Paint .&. !Body: Shop; . . Caprice! .Restaurant . . '.';. . :. .' . .W'. . . . . . LifeGainesville' \ [ |] j" "
. . . . . . . . . Food. JFair.-. .Pantry. . .PrideMorrow's . . Njte . '" . .
Carlwood InteriorsA. Wells. .ElectricJackson. . ] . . Dutch. . Pizza,1 3pyd's: .Lounge! . . :... . . . .
Automotive . .. . ,
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Supply . . . Suwannee Store Town. .&. .Country. . .MotelRAIFORD. . . . . r J
Inc. Building .
.Brown.. . . . . . . .. . . Leila's -' Charter Air Service
Starke & Keystone. . Heights . : .Dress Shoe. . . Hattie. . Barton. . . . . .. . . .
Bogie's Plumbing Company . . . jainesvQle Airport
. . . . Store ( ( . . . i. t. . *. ?
Wuiiam'silcox Koch's; : .Drug. { Wayne. . .Crpp'k . . . . .
Service
Morgan's Barber Shop Refrigeration. . . . . . . . .
Morgan's? .Beauty! ; Shop. ? . . .. . . Standard. . Oil. .Distributor. . . . . . . Bargain! .Center! The Clothes' LineFred's 1 . .. .. . Palm LanesHill's .
; . . . .
Draw Tite ) Truck ; : : .11..1.,1
Lewis. . Timber. . .Company. . . .Inc.. . . . I Sportsman .World. .Stop. Dry. CleanersJuanita's .. . . . . I: .Van Service! &.Storage. .

Florida. . .Bank. .at. .Starke. . . . . . .copy..artsJehneods: Bradford Telegraph i Flowers. &: Gift.Baker ;. q / . .,. Iii Lo .Grocery? : . I . ; 1. . ... . .' "., /i
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Oil . . . or . ( . Art'DocHoiiiday'. ( ). : . . . . County Sew Shop ., I'oorlBoy.a; : .GroeeryJ . . . . . .
Register. . . .Company r .t'f . . . . . Farm Supply t ) * '". . . . . - "
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Starke. . .KOA. . . . . . . . l. . .Poultry Flowers.By .Larry. .. .. E.. .W.. !SwknneySuPerior. !: . . . . . Dobbs. . .Amoco. . t. i. . . . SVORTHINGTONSPRINGS
Georgia-Florida Supply .
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Al I.Newman. .Land. ClearingTorode l! . . . !. E. Conner! Insurance: Agency, Lpngcha.mp! Homes. Inc. >*( > . ? .CleanerOdoms ;'. : . ;. '.' . ,J.: .D.: .Griffis! .eraseBROOKERCarroVe 'fT. ... .. . : : .
Doyle: . ; : . Bar-BXJ .
. Oil. .CompanyArnold . . . . . . . Andrews.: Drugs . 'Sonny's Fat; Boy's; . ,Department. . . Store. . . . . .

I .Yeomans. . . . . Wppdburn's.Jewelry. Macclenny. . . .Motor. . .Parts. . 1.,1..1.1. . .
Eddie's. . .Fina. . . . . . . . Mid-Florida. . .Haulcif.. Inc.Seay's . .
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Jo-Lu. .Motel. . .&. .Trailer. . .Court. . . . . Shuford's Standard Station Stan's. . Bootery. '.' ( . . . ; Dinkins. . .Jewelry. . . . . .. . . . Market ' ' ['
Sid . . . . . . [ . .
Suwannee. . .StorePaul's . . . . . . . 'Shop Eagle DeVane'sYour B. &. .: .W. ,Bar. . . . . ... . . I ". ? ?
Drive-In Cleaners City 'Barber' . Friendly' Store . . . '.' . . .Grocery. . . . . . . . D. .&. .B. .Grocery. : i.. .t t t
. : . . . . . i.p' ; ;
5 Winds LodgeA McLendpn's.Photography c . Debbie. . .a. .Kitchen. . ] ] ] ] ,1.,1.1.] Irppker! !.Super. Market . . . .,. Claude! .Seay! t . . . . 1
. . . . . . 'M-at'
A Rental Service Blalpckja i i . .Market. . . . Starke Beauty! Shop HIGHLAND P'arker's.! : Barber: .Shop. . . . . Williams Town & Country

301 South The. Bob.Shannon! !I. Family! . Jeanette's! Wig Shop< . . . . . . . . . Hazel's. Grocery! . :. . . . . ; "
F & L Fruits & Gifts Montgomery Ward Company Western. . Autp.Assocjato. .Store. . Noble Frank Herndon .; . .Company . . . j .

301.South. . . . . . . . George. Lewis: . . . . . Garden Acres Subdivision V Gene. .Eunice. . . . . ,1..1.1\ l' .'. Russell. . .H..L.Green. . .Jr.. .. . . . . .

Carver's Service StationGoober's Irene. . .Beauty. . Shop . . . .. . C.. H.jNuworthy .. t . . . . . . .: . : KEYSTONEHEIGHTS'

: .Shop. . . . . . . John W. Powell Mitchell's. .Drug. .StoreGriffs' . .. .

Pine. .Tree. .Inn. . . . . . . . Gulf-. .Life. Agent. . . . . . . . . .&. Sons. . .Fiberglassing. . '.' . KINGSLEY LAKE BUTLERFarmers \

Shady Oaks Trailer Park Harry. . .Green. . [Auto.Parts. . . . . . Rosha's. .Beauty: ShoP . .. .

301. .South. . . . . . . . . take. . .Pet. .Center. . . . . . .. . A Friend: ] . . . .. LAKEStrickland's & Dealers'Bank' ' . . Buffs Garage- . . .

George Roberts Insurance .orman SandersLpudon's . . . . Pizza .HutBarbaric .1'.1 C:;.f.. :. .Miles'Market. .;. .;. .i. [ . .. . . fracqueline q ;. .Slocumb. . . . . .
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Real. .Estate. . . . . . . . . i . . . . . . . Landing Crafts
.Beauty.Shop. . . . . Jim's. .Furniture. . . . . . . Sunbonnet .
L.:.G.. .Edwards. . . . . . . . . Shoe. Repair .fSloan's . . . .. : Beauty .Shop. . Frow. .Strickland. . . . .. .". . .. . Lyman Greens Bar-B-Q K.t. : Print: .: :. : : : : :
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. & Landscaping. Maxie i Carter. Sr.Liu's /.r* *
Copper's Nursery . . . . . . . . . . .
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& Meat MarketAUen's &
Lake
City! XJi.h. . . . Butler. Macclenny. .. . .
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; : Williams. . Jewelry. . . . . . ; f ; ] Tavern t I. t..T.: .Loyprn Realtor. . . .
.Bait .&.TackleW. . . . ; Denmark Furniture : Sawyer-Slade. . .Gas. .Starke. . . . ' .. . . The. .Stretch. . .Sewing. . !Shop. . ... . \ . Mrs/. ...Roy .AdamsUy's . . .. . .. .
T. Jackson Inc. .Company. . Richard: .E:] I-r.\! ]] ]: ] ] ] ] . . ,New. .Kingsiey. . .Beach. '.' . ] . . . Parrish Food. Store . .. . Shell Service

Railroad Contractor Bret. .A. .J. .iTy. ].. .Athletic. . .HouseBulliiigtpn's ... . . .. ',' Joe's Shop . . Carl's{ Grocery ; : . . .
? . . . . . : !Saw. : ij V1IV, . . Lake. Butler.Farm. . .Center. . .. Hardware
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Gift '} .1..1. 1 Manning. . . . . . . .
Deverick Inc. Shop . Goodman !
: Seeber. . . Barber
Frank's: .Shop. . . . Homestead Restaurant '
Auto. Supply. ? . . . . . . The Sopwith Camel Flying School Martin Tackle Company. ., .1. . .

Starke. . .SeafoodBowen . . . . . . . . Keystone. . .Heights. . .' ... Zedira. ]Hamilton. . . .... '. THERESSARaley'a Rucker'sRivers. . .Hardware. .& FurnitureHal . . .. iChase, .Scott' & :Tamara . '' .
'. Pest Control Gordon Air Conditioning.1. . . '. . . Roy. W..Tyre.; .' . ... .
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. . . . . . . .. . . Julian McRae x1
Grocery . . .. YV
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; ., Triest
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. .Company
George W. Brown Mr.. and. Mrs.. . J.D.. .Odom. . 'Jr.. . Life. of. .Georgia. . . * .N. 1 111. .. Construction .
3 'F. Shop. . . . . .. . . .. '. ielpres..I Beauty Shop . . . Andrews
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Drugs
RefrigerationBigg ' " Keith's. ] !Beauty Shop I? . j J j: .E!: !Harder! Auto. Sales. . . . .' Jack* Southard* . . . .. . . .. .
RoofhigHAMPTON . .
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Oil 1
Body' Shop &' Laundry. . . . . JB's. .Quick. . .Stop. ] ] ] ] ] .. . .. .. .1.1.. ,.. Sun r i .Griffis. .r..t.Market 4.t*%J""f" .' ? .j Coastal : CompanyUaiRoyal.Tire.i . . . ,, leaser's.. Small I.Appliance! ? .RepairTV .

Thomas' Oil. CompanyS . . . . . Edwards.Dairy FarmBradford . . . .. .. .-."" Douglas Hardy: .Auto.Service!; .. ,11:1// .' .Service. .r..1n11.Center .. *
; 'j Club. .100. . . . . . ... . .. '
& G RestaurantCrawford's edfearn's
; '':00"' ; . . . . > *Babes* Shop . . . ) pnl..Trucking.ComQany! t.; ,. ; . .'. \ Si's Amoco..1..1.'. .. . . . : Appliances. .. . .

. . . .Station. . . .. . . . Steve & Scott Whitehead Craft. .Selvage. .&. Used. . .Cars. '. .-. McLeod'. .1. 'I 3ay.Electric.Cp-Operative,.Inc.. .

Bush's Fishing Supplies Builders. . .-.301. .South. . .. . t . .. T] 9. .*..?]] ] 1 .' . !! .. National. . .J. .Protein. . . . .'. . .. ... .. . Funeral Beauty Home.Shop. . .. .- . .,,

W. Edwards' . Road. . . . . . '.' Ral. h.Bryan! .'. . . . .:1..1. Gerald E. Brown. Insurance'.1. .i.1..' : FddieAUe.. .. ; r./i.. Archer. . . . "," .i.,8.. .. ., "

Stump's' . . Ed. Wainwright: ,Insurance .Agency!! Florida. ] PesV <3ontti>r ] ] j:] ] ] ] ] ] Hampton.General. : .Store. .! 1,1.,1,1. John. Whitehead. .. . i . . 1.McLeode . q. :! MAXVILLENolan's
; . . Barber :: .
Rosier. . Monument. . . &. .Nursery. . . . o. Gene. I!'. .. .1111,1. . .91.11.1 ]&] ]]] ] ] ]] "] Zippy Mart Shop . ..;. i ",

Millard' ; Judd . . . . Sharon. . L.. eoet"XI. . . t .... Shi KBp.Smith. Kurl..l.t.l.' \ ./' U. &. .S&16; .' f : . . . E/R.. .RoL.rts. . .standard'statfonAndrews . I.. .1 h. ... n ,.I Nolan's. . V Mini-Market l .1. . . 1. .

Hurst's Shell 1 'Station . . . ... Gib Brown> ( . 1..1..1.1 Electrical. . .Contractor. . .*, ', .F Waters- . .Grocery. . .RestaurantGreen's -. . . . '. FL.W.:: ,Prtestee. . 1. .'. ..... . .. ... .. ,

New Method .CleanersH.C.6enier . .;. .1.1..1." Alien. .Nast. . .< ., . .. *. *. . . Bradford. Furniture CorporationM. ' i .Welding.. *Ti i t /J. .. .. .1 . .Drugs'. . tt > it ... ..... ,. ,:

. . . . . . . . . ,. Jeneya! ) M.. (Neva' ). Flynn . . .] E.]Cribba. ] ] ] ] ] ] ]' .... '.. ]. ".. 301. .Tavern. . . . ".U u..r...... ft .. . Spires .Store. . . .. .?. . :.. .. ; GRAHAMMIDDLEBURG

Dodd'. . .Sunoco. . . . . .. . .. j'R'Ketty. ] .. ] .]]. ]] ]]'.] ]. .. . Herman itie Standard Stat1cm.*.... .] .. Jpe Shaw's! Wrecker 8ervkel..: ..111a j. /..' : t . .

Houston's. . .Gulf. .Service. . .Station. . .. .. .. .. Dr.: .Harry! Gruen* :. . .. . . . . Charlie. '. ..;. .CribbeGay' ;. . .. .. .. . .. .. JphnL/Shajw Auto ] ] ] ] ].] ] ] ] ] .] .. .. .
Taxi Service LAWTEYTrail Western . . : .. .... ..,
Fuquay's .
Bill. .Powell. . .Real. .. ..Estate. . .1.11.1..1Dave :..Hpme.AppUanees .. .. :..e..r./ 1. .
Amoco Service. .Station. . . .. .. .. ( { The County Hub :. '.
Paulk Edward C. McMurray 1' . . . .. i .r. I
.. . .. .. .1..1 .Motel..&. .Restaurant. . .. Rock Hauiers, Inc.: .
Holiday InnHoliday Auto Parts . . . . .
Real I" Howard's . . . ..
" McDonaid's .Estatet.. . i. . .
. Herndon
; . . . . .. .11.,1 H. M. .
Inn Gulf StationUHaul Jimmy Bowen Mrs. L.' j. Green ] !. ] [. ]]!]]] Trucking( .ft. .Produce. . .. .. i i..z.. ., I alts. Butler.AP.rel! .I. .J.:1't.. ...

. . . . . .Sales. .. ,1..1..1. Chi.f.of. .Police. . .. ... .. .. ,. .. Buddy. .Thompson's.Garage. . ... ... Cher's.' Radio &. .TV. Service. .. ., Pine. .Air. .Farms. . . . \ .:. 1Mr..,.. .. fjom. On Out
Stanley. . .Noegel's. . .Auto. . . . . .. Garden . L J.kttePuliwood'& Skating Rink '"' 'r' I' Green's Lounge : .
Restaurant. .f. . ..r. .. Lawtey .? *. ,1.i..cUnion .

Starke. . .Motor. . Court. .. .. .,11..11..1..1 J.!: H!: McCarthy/!! .,. . *11.1..111..1 Timber Company. . . .rElmerThomu ... .. ,._, ... Barber* .Shop> Ft'* i # t. f . * *:* County Crossroads. . ... .. ... .,;:; t. 'J' f And.

M. .&. S. Texaco. . . ". . .. ., Dolph* Reddish 11.1.1. . L x.11Community 'Ojir friend. .Dave. ,..1..1..1. './ '. 1 I TlMxnaa.Me.UJs il 1.,11i1..1/.i! "} "
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Mustang Mobile .HomesBradfordMotel' ,11 . . : Sheriff. . ,1 . . . .. :ft.' .1 . i EducationBateman PtiesV. . Service. . .c..e Station" .1 ., .. ,. .Y,,''V' ...... .L. Griffis:. . .(Grocery.. .,, i,=-,..J..;'., ,",,.J.i' "K-! ,'*. !"-' Sppodh .

. [ . .&. .Park. . . .. .1t/ . Judge! Ebtie .I SandersKentucky !! : .. . . . .A Crosby.Rescue Service t *." r,1 ,, ,G.:.C.. :.MartiD. . . . ... .... ..'.. .'., ...'-.. .. .

Noegel's. I: 301. Liquors- .. .. .. . . ( :] .Fried, .Chfeken. t. . ., .. Bradford.County B'uiiie .V.i.7. .unice's. . Nursery. . .. .'.j *" .. r *i* ,h. Stark

To Rena Motel . .. . .. Durrance. . .4.Pump* .A.f.Well. .Drilling, . ;. .. . Genjd'A.Qonnty Kay] Hospitii. ]]] r.. .,]]]] ],;],>" "' .'.,, Water's, .Grocery* .. f *. .; .- ... ./111a GADSESVILLECarefree '
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New. ]Englander. . .;] . . . .. .. ... Dairy Queen ;* 1 Bradford* Package Store' 'v t: ""* ," '-, ">,?' ;.'-7.' .' *.'' ,I. Club.
Starke. J..1.301 Motel Dale. ..Brown. '.' .1. S..1.1..1 u Medical. . .Staff. ... . . .. .. ."1 1It l' . . 1"-. ..--.*..-.IA u ",f '.' .Camperst >. .. . ....". J ', -




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