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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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1 97th Year STARKE FLORIDA 13 Cents

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Police Contract


RevisionLAWTEY *i9i.H



Study of a new
city charter was begun Mon- In 3-2 DecisionOn
day night by the city council in .i _
a special meeting called to go .
over major revisions in the
town's governing powers. a 3-2 vote the city commission approved a negotiated contract between the city of Kturki and
The council objected to a glstwaErrsar+M the Police Benevolent Association, which represents members of the police department in bargain.
change to majority winners in VL, ing talks,for one year retroactive to October 1. 1975. -
elections, which was includedin The contract was approved after a 70 minute discussion on several points subject to the contractretyped
the proposed charter by and submitted with the changes agreed upon Tuesday night. March 16. It includes ;un
Attorney Richard Welty kW'bEu '! ., across-the-board five percent pay increase given all city employees last October during bur uinlnl-l

Under the present charter the ", .. n......' talks with city electric employees, the first group to negotiate a contract with the city under n new"
man with the most votes wins, """t state law giving public employees the right to bargain.
and city officials apparentlywant "'" .,.,... -... Commissioner Joe Warren made the motion to accept the contract as discussed and Commissioner
to keep it that way. The 7,4? R \ Harold Epps quickly entered a second to the motion. Commissioners !Marc Jackson and XVr-
Silcox then voted the Schaefer then nisi the
council voted unanimously on non against contract. Mayor-Commissioner Charley
,
a motion by Marvin Hosier, ...... deciding vote on Warren's motion to ratify the contract as discussed.

seconded by John Robertson. Sgt. Bill Beckerman of the during the bargaining ses- PBA explained the section

Under the majority vote Alachua County Sheriff's sions. was put in the contract to gel
system: the winner would Department and president of) When City Attorney George an estimate from local firmson
have to receive one more than the Alachua-Bradford P.B.A Pierce agreed with Warren the cost of cleaning the
half the total vote of his oppo- at the outset of the discussion that the discussion should be police uniforms.
nents. Uhf I 7 started reading the contract with Clerk Edwards rather
with the idea that any com than the PBA the commissionthen Schaefer raised the question
A secondspt'cial meeting is missioner could stop the read- decided to take turns because he pointed out (that
set this Monday, March 23, at Ing to ask or challenge a sec asking questions on the con- there was no money budgetedthis !
7:30 p.m. to study the tion of the contract.Commissioner tract. year for a police department
remainder of the charter. Last Mayor Schaefer led off the clothing allowance.On .
major revision of the charterwas Jackson discussion by bringing up the
in 1973 when the mayor- stopped Beckerman when he question of a clothing allow-
commissioner form of !government ,: got to the section on granting ance whereby the section calls the subject of overtimefor

court was abolished.adopted) and the city ... A -' -:1, :; __.._ __.-'-- _. ...- bers collective time to bargaining consider a memo con- for the city and the chief local Bowen to agreement court appearances was reached an to
investigate dry
Sections yet to be studied by Big,red! Bradford strawberries from the Morris Carter, Jr ter Jr. unheslUntly and unequivocally' states. ""ere, Usle tract with pay. He said he cleaning agencies with the add that if a member of the
the council include making the Farms; on SK-225 leave' the packing shed (for market Friday one If you don't believe it," he continued, holding out a new objected because he did not hope of securing services on a department was called to
think should be testify at t a trial on his day off
offices of city clerk and mar as Arnold Coe loads them Into the back of a pickup. Florida Bell. employees contraclural basis at a cost to that
shal appointive, rather than "We raise the best strawberries in the world," Morris Car given time off while on duty. the city for purposes of uni- receives any money the officer
from
elective Attorney Welty was Beckerman said that every form maintenance for member the county is
instructed by several council effort will be made to schedule turned over to the city. They
employees.
members to make that negotiations in the future so Lt. Herb Meizius of the Ala- agreed that if the man is
change. Perfect Weather that the City of Starke will be chua County Sheriff's Depart called to testify while on dity
Berry that he would then
provided with optimum police receive no
The charter revision Welty ment regional director of the fee from the
protection. county.
says, basically ties Lawtey in
with the governing powers of Police Chief Jimmy Bowen
the State of Florida. It gives indicated that he saw no Rep. FuquaTo The contract calls for police

the town broader powers to problem as "the men have department employees to

govern than It now possesses, Yielding Bumper Crop"They're respect for me so that Is why I Speak At receive a five-percent across
including home rule. agreed to leave this section in the board salary increase
"The (Florida) Legislature the contract" effective with the start of the
intended cities to have very, Award DinnerRep. contract last Oct 1. The com
very broad powers," the at. as pretty a berryas acres Luther Hilliard west of says.. At onetime 300 acres KAlanything. Berries may be '. After the discussion on the mission also is scheduled to
torney told the council. I've ever seen" says Lawtey off SR-225 has 8 acres were grown locally each year. a little scarce the latter part of time off for the negotiatingteam Don Fuqua (D-Altha) give the employees another
county agent Bobby Taylor of and Carl McKinley has 6 Berries, in other words, are this week but should be backin Commissioner Joe will be the keynote speaker at three percent raise on April 1.
The council also struck from Bradford's 1975 strawberrycrop acres. Gary Reddish and Leon scarce enough to hold the volume by the first of next Warren raised the point that the Bradford-Union Guidance A long discussion was held -
the proposed charter its prohibition just beginning to move in Starling have about three price up.Weather. week. Neither Carter or Nor- "I don't think we are going Center awards dinner Friday regarding a section about
against changing salaries volume to upcountry and area acres each; Edwin Starling so far this year has man picked Wednesday morn- about this the right way." He night March 19, at 7:30: p.m. granting employees in the
of officials except just markets. has a small patch as does been just about perfect for ing. pointed out that the commis- Rep. Fuqua will speak on police department upon resignation -
before elections. The city has "The run of picking looks Oscar Carter and David strawberry growing. The cool sion should be discussing the federal legislative aspects of termination, retire-
been in violation of that like a flat I'd pick for the Browning.The weather Tuesday and Wed- "Quality, so far, has been as contract with Clerk Merrill mental health at the banquet, ment, or death, 50 percent of
portion of the charter and so fair" says Taylor after a balance of the 75 acres nesday slowed the ripening of good as I've ever seen it," Edwards who was the City which will be held at the Camp his accrued sick leave time at
decided to strike it. Tuesday tour of the strawberry are small patches, Taylor the berries.But the rain didn't says county agent Taylor. Commission representative Blanding officers' club. his current rate of pay.
In other action Monday ) fields around Lawtey
night, the council: where the county's nacres
-Gave office space to are located. March Fair
Morris Carter Produce in the Morris Carter, Jr and his 31 County Kick-Off

present city hull\ since the city father, Morris Carter, Sr.,
has leased the old strawberry shipped 1,000 flats Tuesday
wharf to the prison system for from the Lawtey market to
two years in return for improvements points north including Colum- Includes Bicentennial ExhibitWith
the state agency bia. South Carolina and New
will make. York City. All berries are

-Decided to inquire of Florida shipped from Lawtey; it costs the appearance of on sale in advance at the Parking facilities have been additional 300 cars north of the
Tower & Light the loca too much to ship from Starke, Tawny Godin, 1976 Miss Chamber of Commerce office, expanded to accommodate an fairgrounds, and a new en-
tion of five electric meters the Morris Sr. says. America, the annual Rotary Monday through Friday, from trance gate will be open for
city is being billed for. None of The Carter's have the big- Club Rural-Urban Day, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are the convenience of the Fair
the officials knew where all gest berry patch in the county, the State's three-unit Bicentennial also available at each school attendees. The parking lot will
the meters, arr. around 24 acres. They have a exhibit as top attrac- office during school hours. be lighted, and guards will
refrigerated truck at the Law tions, Bradford County's 25th These tickets will not be avail patrol the lot to safeguard
tey market where they store annual Fair, opening Wednes- able after Tuesday, March 30. automobiles and assist in
wn berries from local growers, day, March 31, is predicted to All rides at the fair are 50 parking.
then ship them north. This is attract record-breaking cents each, so a considerable "We are looking forward to
what happens to all the a crowds during its four-day savings may be made by pur- another great Fair this year,"
berries that cannot be sold .. chasing tickets in advance at says Warren Carver, presi
ct'I locally run.Opening day events will the reduced price. 4tf dent of the Bradford County
L.M. Norman has 10 acres : start with the ribbon-cutting: Fair Association.

of berries this year. He also ceremony at 11 a.m., followedby "Without the wholehearted
Norman's Producein the Rotary luncheon. The Featured again this year
operates Bradford- support and cooperation of all
Starke, through which he Beef Cattle Show will be the will be the annual our people in Bradford
I sells berries locally. He also va. main attraction at 7:30: p.m. Union County 4-H and FFA County, our Fair could not
sells berries around a 100 mile on opening day. Steer Sale and Show. Special have attained the success it
1\ Cattle
events will be the Beef
radius to people from whomhe Price of each plate at the enjoys today. These will be
Show at 7:30: Wednesday,
left p.m.
buys produce. Anything four fun-filled
Rotary Rural-Urban Day March 31,and a Swine Show at days for everyone
over, Norman ships throughthe dinner is $1.50. 1. The and they will be worth the
7 p.m Thursday, April
Carters at Lawtey.
tremendous effort forth
put by
Steer and Swine Sale is scheduled -
the center of attrac-
last week the Norman's Always
One the volunteers
day many committee
FRIDAY, MARCH 11 for 7 Saturday,
sold 100 flats from the tion at Bradford County Fairs, p.m. chairmen, local business
market. Carter sold 83 Miss America will reign at the April 3. All livestock events and
:Ml w: Queen Debra Jades people, organizations
the show
SOUTHSIDE ELEM. will be held in arenain ,
FAMILY FUN NIGHT flats in one day from a road- ol" fairgrounds on Thursday, the livestock barn. Will Reign At Fair Carver said.
April I, making
side near Lawtey. apperancesfrom
r p.m. Pleads Winn-Dixie and Piggly- 2 to 4 p.m. and again

School Bingo CafctoriiimII Dessert Wiggly, two large chain food from 7 to 9 p.m. Starke's Electric Rate Hike
stores, are currently buying Chairman heading the 1976
adults,children fro
Bradford berries. Mrs Fair' committees are: Mrs. I
Sandra Norman says Food Jane Glover, educational

SATURDAY, MARCH M Fair is currently selling Plant exhibits and club concession Made Retroactive To March 2By
City berries but may buy local stands; John Bradley, Jr.,
berries in the future. admissions and insurance
"LAS VEGAS NIGHT" Winn-Dixie personnel were Mrs. Muriel Wilson, arts and; a 3-1 vote the Starke City rates on usage over 1,000 KWH The city simply eliminatedits
from 2.25 cents KWH. lowest rate for
Club electricitytwo
Country Commission adopted a resolu- per
Carter's this crafts
at patch Bobby Taylor agricul-
looking 4. ; ,
which it has
7i30: cents, at sold
p.m. tion drafted by City Attorney
week. Morris Carter Jr. said tural products; James Rickie Lee
Young than the
city cheaper
George Pierce to formally in- power
Winn-Dixie offered to buy the Balcom, livestock superintendent -
SUWANNEE CONF. b crease the electric rates retroactive 2.3 cents per kilowatt it costs
the Car-
entire but Greg Alvarez beef
24 acres ; ,
TOURNEY .lUurderTrial to produce the electricity.
BASEBALL to the meeting two
ter's could not agree to that cattle superintendent; Lloyd
finals 7tMp.m. because of obligations to other Douglas, swine superintendent weeks ago when the rate hike Although the commercial
Union County High customers the Carters have ; Paul Hutchins, poultry was adopted.The To Begin MondayThe increase amounts to a 50 per-
Baseball.. Field' been selling to for years. and rabbits; Mr. and Mrs. cent hike for usage over 2,000
resolution makes offi- first murder
Walter Westcott, horticulture degree KWH. the actual effect will bea
Wfttfft1* Bradford strawberries are Debbie Wilkerson and Maxine; cial effective March 2 the hike trial of Rickie Lee Young will much lower percentage of
currently bringing $6 to $6.50 Gibson, food department which will not affect small be held at the Bradford the bill In most cases. In an
;
for a 12 pint flat. If a local cus- Mrs. Lola Johnson needle- users of electricity. Residents County Court House in Starke 1 i example, a user of 2,700 XWH
BRADFORD CO. REACT using less than 1,000 kilowatt- Monday, March 22, with Cir- month paid
flat inNorman's previously
tomer buys a single work Mrs. Lane and per
Morris Carter Jr. has the largest In the ; Tenly
berry planting
(Radio Emergency ActionCommunlatIonsTeam Produce it would Mrs. Helen home hours per month and busi- cuit Court Judge John J. $91.50 for the current and
county 24 acres Including 2Vi acre of the Florida Bell Harley,
new
nesses using less than 2,000 Crews of Gainesville
) presid- fuel fee.
\ cost him$7,or he would pay 59 division. $41.18 adjustment
youth
looks
which
variety promising. The bushes, like the one
KWH) month will be
(
Mooting' JOp.m. cents for a pint.WinnDixie per The same usage will not cost
Civil Defense Bldg. posted price per Carter Is holding, are loaded with all sizes of green fruit. Miss Debra Jordon will, 1975 exempt from the rate hike. ing.Young was indicted last the commercial users $98.50

All C B'.rs and public pint Wednesday afternoonwas Strawberry Queen, officially May by a grand jury with the fuel adjustment, or a $10.14
the fair Wed-
Invited by 69 cents. St. Office Pilfered open when Commercial users of city cutting death by a sharp In- total increase. Volume users,
Pro*. DovM Eddlng Leon Starling's patch just Call WednesdayOn nesday ribbon, aided she cuts local the electricity have previouslypaid strument of Darrell Lee Win- however, who used more of
off SR-22S west of Lawtey is a routine patrol Police insurance agency office had dignitaries. by two cents per KWH for gard at the Florida State Pri- the two cent rate will find
r-.y Of the only place open to the Capt. W.S. Rhoden discoveredthat been broken into with a calcu- each unit above 2,000. Effective son on February 27, 1975. their bills increase much
public this early. the door to Gerald E. lator and an undetermined Friday, April 1. has been with the rate hike any Judge Crews appointed greater
Jfir GJontmunllif!! Big strawberry growers Brown Insurance Agency, 213 amount of money taken. designated as Children's Day, business consuming more Starke Attorney Dudley Clerk Merrill Edwards told
tlul dunk J nowadays can be counted on East Call Street was open at Rhoden was assisted in his with all children and high than 2,000 KWH will pay three Hardy to represent Young last the commission that J.D.
one hand. In addition to the approximately 1 a.m. Wed- investigation by Officers Wilbur school students admitted to cents per KWH. December after he requested Odom approached him about
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".. 151W U. and the fairgrounds free of residential will that Assistant Public Defen-
T.- Carter's 24 acres and Nor nesday, March 17. Waters Julius Eunice charge Large users selling diesel oil to the city for
I, N+.eeIRMULIra IVMoM man's 10 acres, Lloyd Griffis On investigation Capt. investigator George Tomaso- between 2 p.m. and 7pm. pay more for their electricity. der Vic Hulslander of Gainesville use at the power plant.He-eaid
north of Lawtey has about 8 Rhoden discovered that the vitch. Ride tickets, at five for 11, are commission voted to raise be taken off his case. (See Page 161







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I It, fllooty fOf edioe, 64.ide l f7/w Jl! wJ !1 of Sunday The Beta Have Gamma Sigma,Phi March Theta Tea is currently chapter 21



I '" :: ---- rushing rush new party members.A was held. Mon-

Cancer Program Given i At Club Meeting"Early T---F Mrs James Barron day, Feb. 23, at the First
United Methodist Church Fellowship -
Detection of Can- son, Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr., Honored At Hall. The party fea-
cer" was the topic used by Mrs. A.E. McKinney, Mrs. F. tured a bicentennial theme
Mrs. M.A. Payne, speaker for R.P. McLendon, Miss Della Birthday DinnerMrs. with members and rushees
the luncheon meeting of the Rosenberg, Mrs. C.B. Ter- dressing in 1776 style of red,
Woman's Club of Starke last willegar and Mrs. Kate Janet Turner gave a white and blue. Xi Iota Delta
Wednesday. Sheppard. birthday dinner last Friday member Dimple Overstreetand

Mrs. Payne used "Betsy"the yam night for her mother, Mrs. J rushee Gwen Anders won
model to help members to Mrs. Albert. James Barron. prizes for the most authentic

be able to detect the small Among the 15 attendingwere /p f fIL costumes.
lumps which appear in the Honored With Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Cor- Rushees attending the party
breast. The early detection liss, Jr. of Lafayette, Ind., were: Beverly Morgan, Linda
has aided women to avoid Bridal Shower Miss Kay Turner of Jackson Hicks Gwen Anders and Pat
many serious problems with 3tk ville, Mr. and Mrs. Brant Blankenship.As .
cancer the most dreaded dis- Mrs.Phillip Albert, a recent Turner and Vicky Turner of part of the rushing procedure
ease Mrs. Payne gave a wonderful bride,was honored at a bridal .Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. rushees were invitedto
testimony of her own shower Saturday night givenby Edward Schwab of Merritt s t a model meeting held
March 8 at the home of Rita
experience and urges all Mrs. Gary Buckley and Island and Mr. and Mrs. Mike
women and men to take care Mrs. Bill Harold at the homeof Anderson and family of Nichols. Rushees were fam-
of themselves with yearly the latter in Keystone Starke. iliarized with the activities of
checkups. f Beta Sigma Phi. The highlightof
Heights. I the meeting was a
Mrs. George Roberts, Jr., Games with prizes were Lynne Johns presented by Mrs.program Lucille
Home Life chairman, intro enjoyed by the 20 guests dur- of the Cancer Society.The .
Payne
duced Mrs. Payne, and with ing the party hours. 14th ,
Celebrates next rushing activitywill
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her committee served a deli- The refreshment table was be a Preferential Tea held
cious lunch. covered with a white linen Lynne Johns celebrated her
Sunday, March 21, at the
Mrs. S.L. Peek, Sr. was re- cloth and centered by a spring at 14th birthday Friday night, home of Mrs. Eve Godwin.pardonah .
instated as a member of the floral arrangement flanked by ) March 12, when her mother,
club. silver candle holders with Mrs.Robert Johns, gave her a I
a1k'
Hostesses serving with Mrs. yellow tapers. surprise party. 1
Roberts were Mrs. J.E. The hostesses presented the r Lynne and six girl friends .
Hardy. Mrs. E.W. Hodges, honoree with a set of pots and were treated to supper at ,1I
Mrs Jerome Johns Mrs. pans as a memento of the McDonald's Restaurant and a Mrs. A.J. Barry and family
M R Judd. !Mrs Ewell Law- occasion. movie afterwards to celebratethe I had a birthday dinner Saturday -
Bicentennial Costume Parade Set Friday occasion. night for her mother, Mrs.
BUSH -ttti F.H. Kramer at the 12 East
Snuthside Elementary students (IrAllison) Denmark, Restaurant in Gainesville.
r it.Rf.F BQkod Andy Chaff and Robin Stern model the costumes they will BCH AuxiliaryTo Seven members of the family
cofftt = wear in the Bicentennial costume parade featured during Sheryl McClellan, Stephen Wynn and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
r ash Southside Family Fun !Night\ beginning at 7 p.m. tomorrow Goldwire enjoyed the occa-
'Q" RE.'TS aily night!( Friday, March 19). Meet March 22 sion.
:Main feature of the evening will be a family bingo and the Repeat Marriage Vows Feb. 21
school glee club will perform under the direction of !Mrs. Jo The Bradford County Hos- Mrs. Edward Burns of
I The Whole Family Will Enjoy ICtMison. Student art will be displayed as well as a children's pital Auxiliary will meet Mon- Miss Sheryl McClellan, baby's breath and satin rib- Jacksonville spent the first of
in
March 22, at 7:30
day. :
booth. p.m. .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the week with Mrs. L.N. Pick
CAKES Desserts, coffee and fruit drink will be on sale throughoutthe the Methodist Fellowship Hall Henry McClellan of Sampson bon.A reception was held in the ering and friends.
DONUTS ;
!X \.. .Admission Is II per adult and all children will be for its regular covered dish City and Stephen Wynn,son of yard of Mr. and Mrs. Gene
admitted free. Bingo will be 25 cents a card or five cards for supper meeting. Mr.and Mrs. Ossie Wynn, also Bass (brush arbor location) Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and
;;/ !# COOKIES PIES $1. ,proceeds will go to the PTA. committee Reports of and the election nominating of of Sampson City, were unitedin where baskets of blue and daughters, Diane and Betsy,

<., -" officers will be held. marriage Feb. 21 at 6 p.m. white flowers were used for Cindy and June Edwards and
16 ;.:; I in the Sampson City brush decorations. Beth Patray spent Saturday in
.
.. Hidden HeroinesGirl
Hold
Cadets For
"'-I.. Tea arbor. Standing in the receivingline St. Augustine.
$175 $1 10I Las Vegas Night"Las Rev. M.E. Drake and Rev. were the bride and groom,
I $250NOW scout cadet troop 520 The tea table was covered Gene Bass performed the their and maid of
DOJ parents
Do Night" at the nup- Carlton Faulk of Troy State
with linen cloth and Vegas
held a tea last Wednesday a gold
$115 Starke Golf and Country Clubis tials. honor. College, Va. Is spending his
afternoon from four to fourcentered with a crystal punch
OPEN The old fashioned brush The bride's table was cov-
break with his
for ten day spring
encircled with set Saturday night
thirty in the First United bowl greenery,
arbor centered with ered with white linen cloth
an a
was Mr. and Mrs.
grandparents
March 20, at 7:30 a
and daisies. : p.m.
THE CORNER-BAKERY & COFFEE SHOP Methodist Church Fellowship yellow pompoms change from a previously arch covered with fern and and centered with a three Maxie Carter, Sr.
Hall their Hidden
honoring Slides on the history of announced date. blue carnations. On either side tiered wedding cake decorated
N Hwy 100& 21By I RailroadKeystone Heroinesho.were all former Starke girl scouting were All country club membersand were baskets of blue and white with blue rose buds, Mrs. Leo Champion spent
and current Girl Scout leaders
y Heights shown. their guests are invited. carnations, daisies, gladiolas cheribums and doves and several days last week with
L and assistants. and baby's breath. topped with a bride and
-=I_'=-'=-'-" =--=--==-'" The 22 girls in the troop Play money will be used and her grandson and family, Lt.
acted as hostesses with their participants will bid on gifts at Wedding music was provided groom. Mrs. Tommy Wynn and Mrs. Don Thompson at
leaders,Mrs.R.S. Mullins and the auction. Door prizes will by Barbara Kirkland, and Mrs. Willard Crawfordcut Jacksonville NAS while six
r Mrs. A.J. Eaves. also be given. organist, and Hazel Bass, the cake. year old Donnie Thompson
soloist. The punch table was cov- underwent open heart surgeryat
p pgglg gggi18818t086s8BWeetlBN6 Tommy Wynn attended his ered with a white cloth and the Jacksonville NAS
we could sellyou thisMAloNERegat brother as best man and Will- centered with a punch bowl hospital last Wednesday.Mr. .
ard Crawford was an usher. and silver compotes holdingnuts
YARNS YARNS YARNS and mints. Mrs. Gladys
Elisha McClellan attendedher and Mrs. LaRue
!! sister as maid of honor. Griffis Mrs. Sue McClellanand Williams and family of Or-

; Beautiful New Pastels She wore a long powder blue Mrs. Clyde Hamilton mond Beach spent the week-
assisted in Nettie
A-lme gown trimmed in white serving. end with Mr. and Mrs. R.A.
... .* eyelet lace and wore a large Wynn kept the bride's book. Colson.
for" white picture hat. She carrieda Following a wedding tripto
on Beauty and Value alone bouquet of white daisies and St. Augustine the couple is Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden-
blue carnations with long residing in Sampson City. brook and Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
Spring and Summer powder blue streamers. The bride and groom are Bakken visited Fort George,
but won't. because both graduates of Bradford Fort Clinch. Fernandina
we .. Christine Mosely, niece of High School. Beach and Callahan on Sun-
At the groom, attended as flower Mr. Wynn is employed by day.
gi J girl. She wore a dress Identi- E.I. DuPont Co.
.. ive want {& cal to the honor attendant and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sch-
.
':. ,r; 1.. ,I-. wore a blue ribbon in her hair wab of Merritt Island and son,
# : -.. : 964-6200 and wore a daisy corsage. Eddie, of Gainesville were
;r : ,, youtoknow y'M7'yIV ,,5I7BessenRoad' ,
.. j ..- The bride, given in JBIRTHSMr. weekend visitors of Mrs.

,-t': :.r- 47n,-JI ,,hat you are 964-5149 1 Slorke Florida marriage long white by her satin father,gown worea Myrtle Anderson.

""t ... .,11 AIIr ,. ), I trimmed with white lace, with and Mrs. E.M. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker of
<,1"7' tting". a ** 1 11I white lace train attached at Jr. of Kingsley Lake announcethe Logansport. Ind. are spending
two weeks with their son and
waist and birth of daughter, Hea-
the fitted a
f.. _'.' I- ix long .
fd : n' I sleeves trimmed in white lace. ther Elise,March 2 in Alachua daughter-in-law and Mrs.

--'t.. ............ _.r.;"..,,.':..,4. ,-i .t.- .,.'" gei 'I Have You Got The Her headpiece and veil was General Hospital. Grand- Larry Baker.
.j.of. ,,' ..-...- : .aI" -- -- white lace edged with white parents are Mr. and Mrs.
I Lacy Mrs. T.J. Thomas and Mr.
'-'- '' net, floor length and coveredher Mobley, Starke, and Mr.
",I : >ori 7) TqX-TIM BLUESIII 1 and Mrs. T.V. Vinson of Val-
; { : E shoulders and sides of the and Mrs. E.M. Norton, Sr.,
=:!' i I Id gown. It was fitted into the Kingsley Lake. dosta, Ga. were Sunday lunch
:
< I
: \
: V" ., -- guests of Mrs. Bertha Pearce.
back waist where the waist
:
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__. a carried a white Bible topped Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kellyof Mrs. Crista Garavito of
i'S'l.U' k I I I1k I n with blue and white daisies, Temple Terrace, near Miami is Tuesday to Thursday
L; _( Tampa, announce the birth of guest of her brotherinlawand
;:v' ...4 See Margie AtTOWN a daughter, Kingsley Jane sister Dr. and Mrs. D.W.
\ *' TUBBRADFORD born March 7. Maternal Whiffen. Her mother, Mrs.
COUNTY: TELEGRAPH grandparents are Mr. and Anni Joellenbeck of Berlin,
FINANCE Published every Thursdayat Mrs. Jack Trawick of Kings- Germany, who has been visit-
138 W. Call Street ley Lake. ing the Whiffens, will return to
Starke.Florida 32091 ---- Miami with her for a visit.
R x 226 N. Temple 964.7449 W Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lee
1 Second Class postage paidat Kirkland of Starke announcethe P.D. Reddish is a patient in
; I She Can Do Your Tax Return And HI Starke FloridaSubscription birth of a daughter, St. Luke's Hospital for obser-

Christy Michele, born March vation and treatment but can
Have Your Rotund Coming You F: Rates: 11 in Alachua General have no visitors.
In trade area: IK.II( per Hospital.
Grandparents
are
I In 110 Time At III s)1)) year; $3.50six: months Alvin W. Kirkland of Starke, Tommy McLendon of
Mrs. Margaret Norvell of Tallahassee was home for the
LOANS UP TO 2500 Outside trade area: 17.00 Keokuk Iowa and James C. weekend with his parents, Mr.
per>ear: ".00 she month Spurgeon of Starke. and Mrs. R.P. McLendon.
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e'Now daughter, Christina Lynn, on Rhea Johnson and Lora
March 1 at the Naval Air Sta- Francis were the winning
109 95 Full Size 129.95 (I pc. tion Hospital, Jacksonville. couple at Duplicate Bridge
OueenSize 329.95set Maternal grandparents are Tuesday night. Mrs. F.J.
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ti.pc. King Size 459 95 set
Starke. second.
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Local UF Church Of God Youth Department Holds Sweetheart Banquet Saturday Night I

The youth department of the last Saturday night in the 1976 and fellowship. theme of hearts and tales presented with six long-
PERSONALS Church of God held its second church annex for the selection The banquet hall was signifying Love. The stemmed red roses, a crown
StudentsPerform annual Sweetheart Banquet of a Y.P.E. Sweetheart for decorated in the Valentine were covered with red linen and a plaque of appreciation.
cloths and held heart center-
vxn pieces. At the head of the
room was a throne designedfor
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Herlongof Mrs.Horace Tolbertof Lake
Jacksonville were Tuesday City was last Tuesday to i crowning the Sweetheart.A .
visitors of Mrs. W.F. Herlong. Thursday guest of her son-in- delicious ham dinner was
law and daughter. Mr. and served and a program was
GAINESVILLE Don presented by the Y.P.E. com-
-
Misses Anne and Mrs. David Montgomery and
Haynes Hardy, Billy McRae and mittee members.
Debbie Spengler of the Uni- also on Saturday to visit Mr. (
versity of West Florida are and Mrs. Ed McPherson of Richard Scott recently performed Mr and Mrs. Tommy Wynn
home Virginia Beach, Va.who were in the Fifth Annual sang "Honey" to each other
break. on ten days spring weekend guests of the Mont- Presidents Festival of Musicat under a fruit tree; Joey Reese
the University of Florida. -I recited a love poem to his
gomerys. Hardy, a senior in music wife, Janelle, and Mr, and
Mrs. Jack Trawick spent education at UF and presidentof Mrs. Willard Crawford did a
and Charles'
Mr. Mrs.
last week with her soninlawand }
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. McQuaig and son, David, and the choir, is the son of Mr. r- t1 __ skit "of "Bicycle Built for
and Mrs. Charles Hardy of Two.
Mrs. J.T. Williford of Way-
Ronald and
y
Kelly baby daughter -
Starke.McRae is also a seniorIn The inspirational messagewas
the weekend with -
cross
at Temple Terrace, near Mr. and spent Mrs. Mack Williams. music education and is the brought by the Rev.
Tampa. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald i .tt q1v Henry Ellis of Gainesville who w.Gail.
Mrs. Ella Moody returned McRae of Starke. Scott, a ,1 talked on True Love.
Mrs. Lex Green
Thursday to Tuesday with spent her home Monday after under- senior voice student, is the son The evening was brought to \1; ,
;
of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Scott of ;,
going in Bradford close with the of
son and family, Dr. and Mrs. surgery a crowning !
W.H. Green In Tallahassee. County Hospital Tuesday of Brooker. the Y.P.E. Sweetheart for Rhoden
last week. The President's Festival, 1976, Gail Rhoden. She was
Mrs. Barbara Lawson of held during the month of Feb- chosen strictly by merit. The Alvin Murner, son of Mr.
Jacksonville was weekend Mr.and Mrs.L.C. Early and ruary, emphasized American four finalists were Diane and Mrs. Pat Murner of
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. music in recognition of the Bicentennial Davis, first runner-up, daughter Hampton was recognized by
Harper. Howard Lam of Anna, 111. celebration. of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar the Y.P.E president Willard
spent Thursday to Saturday Singers had the honor of r' Davis; Kathy Luke, daughterof Crawford, for his efforts in
Mrs. Seeber Goodman and visiting Sarasota, Busch Gar- singing under the baton of two Est .- Mr. and Mrs. Laurie helping make Y.P.E. a success
grandson, Timmy Harper, dens and Cypress Gardens. famous guest composers. : j. : Z4! I McKinney; Diane Wright, and presented him- a
Daniel Pinkham conductedhis )' in .
visited Mrs. Scotty Gillen in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. trophy appreciation.Rev.
Lake City Saturday.The Richard Williams of "Daniel In The Lion's W.W. Wells, and Nettie Wynn, !\i.E. Drake, pastor,
Tallahassee was Tuesday Den," which combined the ..i .. r a l daughter of Mr. and Mrs. closed the program with
/ senior of the overnight guest of his parents, chorus with pre-recorded Ossie Wynn. Gail is the daughter prayer. Pictures were then
Episcopal Young group Churchmenof Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wi1I it ms. electronic tape, two pianos UHS Science Fair SetLaurie of Mr. and Mrs. Harold taken of couples by David
and drums. Kirkland.
St. Mark's Church will Rhoden of Hampton. She was
leave Sunday afternoon to Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. Edith Singers also performedunder Schretzman, a senior at Union County High School, works on her six-month study of
attend the Passion Play in Christiansen and Mrs. Pearl the direction of Carmen penicillin preparation for the annual school: science fair.
Lake Wales Sunday night. Colson spent Thursday nightin Dragon, winner of an Academy Laurie, in her research on chemical happenings when penicillin grows( on different citrus
They will be accompanied by Ocala with Mr. and Mrs. Award and an Emmyfor fruits,has possibly isolated a new component of the unstudied penicillin strain. She Is coachedIn YOU NEED A WILL
the Reverend and Mrs. John Mike May, who entertained ata his effective writing in the the project by Dr. Charles Allen,professor of biochemistry at the University of Florida. Everyone should have a Will because It Is an
birthday dinner for Mrs. various media. Dragon con- for the fair, which begins Tuesday
M. Flynn. Laurie Is one of more than 50 science students preparing document
essential that
ducted the gala final concertof morning March 23: with Judging by local professionals and Instructors. Open house Is will someday be
Lissa and Laurl Stallings of Hart.Mrs. the festival in several of his scheduled for Tuesday evening a nd other students will tour the displays Wednesday. needed. If you do not already have a Will, make
Gainesville spent the weekend T.W. Barlow of Clax- works for band and chorus, Winners of the school science fair will proceed to the regional judging of science projects arrangements with en Attorney to have one

with their grandparents, Mr. ton, Ga. and daughter, Mrs. including"America his, stirring the Beautiful.settingof Thursday and Friday, March 25-26, In Lake City.ncy prepared. If you do have a Will, plan to review it
Frederick Beland of St. Louis
and Mrs. C.L. Dinkins.
Mo. were last Thursday andFriday periodically to make certain it still expresses

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. guests of Mr. and Mrs. your wishes. A properly prepared Will enables
Brenkert of Altamont Springswere Gilbert Goldwire. Conner Age\ SoldInsurance ?/'II' DarLing cJLoi you to direct the administration of your affairs

weekend guests of Mr. after your death, exactly as you wish. Call your
and Mrs. C.N. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Crosbyand a and
Christy. Attorney today make
daughter, Mary Helen, To Roberts yours.
Local admittances to and Miss Sandra Huggins of '

Bradford County Hospital this Fort Gainesville Myers and were Oler Crosby Saturday of Doyle E. Conner Insurance ance profession to give the r rLh.W. Archer Funeral HomeDOYLE
week include: Mrs. Sally evening dinner guests of Mr. Agency, 222 N. Temple Ave., proper attention."
Edwards, Emery Lewis, Starke, has been sold to M. ARCHER, L.F.D
and Mrs. George Huggins. The Conner Agency office
llamp Henry, Neil Joyner, Roberts Insurance,
George St. Lake Butler Florida
Starke
will be closed and accounts 404 Madison
Crawford, Mrs. Fannie
Romie N. Starke
Inc., 986 Temple ,
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby transferred within the next
Mrs. Irene Nichols, Closed Sun.
Kcarries E. Conner a Mon
owner Doyle announced
visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Call For Appointment 496-2008 4962056Volunteer
Mrs. Beulah Howard, Mrs. Andrews in Jacksonville Sunday Wednesday. few days,said Conner, in townto {Next To Plggly Wiggly,
Bellar Roberts, Gadson Conner is a Bradford County close out the business. Mrs. 964-5221' -3/18-8/10 Ambulance- Funerals Monuments
Griffis and Robert Pittman, native and Florida's veteran Ann Godwin, manager of the
Starke; Franklin Heltzel and Mrs. Bobby Welch and commissioner of agriculture.He Conner Agency, will be
Mrs. Ann Cooper, Keystone children of Savannah,Ga. will has operated the agency located at the Roberts Agency
Heights; Wiley Williamsonand be of here since 1951. during the transition, Conner
Friday overnight guests
Robert Yeager, Hampton can't home to
her parents.Dr.and Mrs. O.L. "I just get said. CLOSE
Mrs. Jessie Welch, Lake Commissioner
; Haynes. Jeff and Chip Welch work it, says
Butler; and Mrs. Margie Holt- Conner of the insurance
will remain with their
grandparents
Cure More
zendorf, Lake Geneva. .
agency."I
for ten days while
find that with the pressure To help cure more, give more OUT
38 girls from junior girl their parents are in Washington of public office I cannot to the American Cancer Society
scout troop 614 with Mrs. A.J.Ea'es.Mrs. D.C. on a senior trip. devote the time necessary in for its programs of education,

J.T. Carver, Mrs. Dr. R.E. Dopson will be in the rapidly changing insur- research and service.197SThunderbird SALE
Ed Kimutis, Mrs. Andrew
Dallas, Texas Thursday to
Whitehead and Miss Pam
Sunday attending a special
Fischer attended Holiday On
educational with the
Ice Wednesday.Mr. Parker seminar Chiropractic TAKE UP TO 30-60-90 DAYS

and !Mrs. David Men- ,Research Foundation. DemonstratorFull FREE DELIVERY 36 MO. TO PAY SAME AS CASH
denhall of Stone Mountain are
visiting her parents, Mr. and Pony To Benefit Power Air, FM Quadrasonic Tape
Mrs. J.E. Hardy from Thurs- .
day to Sunday. Extended Warranty 30" Electric I
Hampton Firemen
!Miss Jean !Mundy and Miss Ziebart 5 Yr. Rust Proofing =_ i
Sharon Sofford of Tallahassee HAMPTON A pony will be -i = :!. Range 3
$
arrive Friday to spent ten given away at a fish fry to DHODTERWILLEGAR
days at the Mundy cottage on Benefit the Hampton Fire
Kingsley Lake. Department Saturday, April MOTORS
10, announced town Mayor -jJrI 0r
!Mr.and Mrs. Tullie Norman Arthur Bruno at the city coun- 206 W Madison St Starke. 964-7200 S
and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph cil meeting Tuesday night.

Sapp and children attendedthe Raffle tickets may be pur- N
Lawrence Welk Show last chased at $1, Mayor Bruno
Wednesday night at the Coli- Water9 }
seum. told council members.In : GroceryHwy R'm.fTR Iyar i

other action at the candle
Mrs. Sanford Ritch of and lamplight meeting (elec- 301 782.3737 Lawtey Ly
Gainesville is Tuesday to Friday tric lines were down), council
guest of Mr. and Mrs. to the ,
agreed get city garbage
This Weeks
J W. Ritch. truck checked for estimates in

Mr.and Mrs. Jimmy Meyer order to put the truck in work-
and daughter, Allison, of ing condition. Mayor Bruno
Jacksonville were weekend agreed to check on cost of Specials
guests of !Mr. and Mrs. replacing the truck as well as
repairing the vehicle.
Howard Meyer. Fri, Sat & Mon Mar 19,20 & 22

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"(iocxl 11001'01, good \\ullstind A spl'clallurk session on There urea lot of salvagable.\ :No-'; termites ha\e infested nu'iit paying for labor and
u gixxl i oof.." quality building( plans and pnoritj' list materials in Building A. the solid structure and even equipment under a training
huildiiiK \' >I tills Vo-Kehab makeup is I set for :Mondav Sallev saidLighting the \inyl flooring is in good program,
building/ i lor remodeling ul :\Jart'h 22. at 3,31)) p in, The shape, the architect said, The building was first used
limited expense as suggested( ( school plant pnoritj' survey and air condition The present .rehabilitation as a canning plant in days
l 11till' school sUr\'e.,' (earn. has slowed the school! board ing must be redone before students building was before deep free/es became
Itradlord Count v' School I $1 million construction pro can again occupy the erected around 19-U under the household items. The canning
Board irchitei'1 Oaig Salle.viipor .' gram which was nearing the vacant ibbuilding, but direction of the Bradford High plant operation ceased after
d 1-1'1 day altemoonSalliy bidding stalte"Uulldrng a "horseback estimate" on Agriculture Department The freezing foods became
had u-porl on I the stabilitv' of t the houever," com- more than S10.0OO. Salley told system some $3.300 in mater the building MBS converted for
proposition.
lals with the federal use in vocational programs.
I>tl'UI.tun'( winchui oar merited Sal ley. stating thai the board, govern-
miiked bv' u state !survcv'
the building is plagued bj tel"mlh'
team l\\o x\wks ago lor|\{(()T(" and and
!; dry lot Kepair
und ail classes Board. nll'm'Ill'rs leinodelingol Ihe building Mill Lawtey Raises Marshal's Salary
It-It the ,'ell1odl'lInloould( CIM 1 the board over Slwi.oiHi
not btpraolical unless the S.tllcN said, in recommending
"Irul'lllrela" bu..il'ull"olilld nnl trv mg( to save the building( LAWTEY :Marshal I :M :\1. week increase to $207 per The vote, however was!
Jordan got a $25 per week pay week effective !March 1 unanimous to raise the mar
raise along w ith a promise to Hosier stressed the pay raise shal's! salary
| ATTENTION MOTHERS revoke the raise if his J performance was to be temporary, In other action at the :March
slips "If he falls down we withdraw 1 J. meeting, the council
CouncilmanIar"ln: Rosier it." -Received copies of a
8x10 hi'ought up the marshal's salar Councilman John Robertson proposed new city iharter
>, n'llll1g Jordan has been seconded Hosier's motion, from attorney Itichatdell\',
with the l'ltH ears and was "He was elected for s>o The council decided to studv
earning just a ,leu' dollars per much too, You remember the proposed c ha it or. dela>:
NATURAL week more than two emploees that said Councilman ing discussion until the April :3
hired under the federal Kobert Scott, meeting,
'onipiehensive Emplo>- 'Bear in mind its a temporar --\\as told by attorney' \\'elty
COLOR ment Training Act Fireman >' raise." Hosier admonished it will be four to six"weeks
Jamesaters> earns $liO per "Jordan and I. alone before a deed to the railroad **
week' and the newly hired time couldn get along depot reaches the city The
PORTRAIT maintenance man. Leo D>ul, but v e're not supposed to hold council wants to begin moving
who is paid $180 per week, grudges," Rosier noted in the depot, which has been
Jordan had asked several suggesting the pay increase donated by the railroad for a Teacher
ONLY times over (he past few jeaislor for the marshal new city hall, as soon as
u raise, but got nowhere, The council was elected al a possible, It was agreed to advertise
Hut suddenly at the council's! certain salary too, fireman for bids for the moving WorkshopsTeurhcrs'uorkil.iv
:March 1 meeting. Rosier was Hussell Miscally pointed out job,
$ .99 suggesting( the marshal's salarv referring to the council's .Decided lo put off a decision
be raised, recent salary change from $-0 on what to do with the List KliluiiKtl -
Scenic Backgrounds (hosier moved for a $25 per per month to $20 per meeting present city hall until after the da! > oul I t 10 IM* ]just Hutfor
LIMIT city is settled into the new these IliuiUoul sttiiHil
available 1 I PER FAMILY building,
trachers.h vi>. Jeanne'
GROUTS Pinto Runabout --Established priorities to be
New 1975 L"I't'Ihm'lIlI|' Iti'<>\\('!' and
UP TO 4
under the
Comprehensive
Poses our selectionPIUS 1 PHOTOGItAPltfDAT requested Train (\irnh Dv.il of Itiiiillnid
Jl OO EXTRA Air Conditioned Radio Employment :Middle SdItHIIt"II'n llir use of
iCETA
Act )
SO CENTS FILM CHARGE PER PERSON ing program .1 \\. U>r test kit. nt.t"". M.II'keH
Two Door,4 Speed Trans Lawley's priorities arc: D <'MIVI1.II'> I maintenance man, 21> a police
STARKESat. Mar 20. 10 :00 5:00 and fireman, unit Sue \\mklcr leu into
Full 12 Month 100% Warranty man 3)) a nuke ni'w main'lals. lorllicir
,Agreed to advertise for insurance
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Fri, 19, 10:00: 5:00: on the new water fifth grunV i'lasses.

$3490 works.Agreed.
10 -- to have a locksmith
5 &
Mallard's
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS try to open the city safe BHS Teacher Gets First Sabbatical
to which the combination has
OFFER GOOD 1 LOCATION ONLY 206 W Madison St Starke, 964.7200TO& been lost The city has been the Issue Ix-camo part of the nijihl orS.iliud.is uoik. :Miller
unable to open the safe for the Bradford llieh math contrail said
I'lillc-clive\ bariMinmi
last dozen years, it was teacher Steve Miller has negotiated for the lirst I line In other ac-lion! :\1lntlltill'
brought outAgreed been granted full pay school board ilt'l'l'PIl'ti l Ihelouesl
to pay for Vascar for teaching half a school, day' thise t'ndc-r ir Ihe I u rt'I'I11t'nt. ot lour bids 'lot uclilingoiuipnicMit

Y speed checking unit, as and taking doctoral candidate :Miller will leach I three pounds I rom ,\ctioti olJatksonville
requested by a Jacksonville classes the other half day next a day and c-ixndmatc an iidaiued I lor M.IHH. ap
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firm as soon as the firm >ear as the Bradford County Mudent piograin a 1"11\ttI t transfer. of $IUMl u ilhinIhe
returns the unit it took from School hoard considered I the \fourth period, leaving Ihiiv budget lopuichaseloliling
the city police car several idea a lenient" offer thai daiK' for uhich a hairs" lor I lie middle, school
periods!
years ago to repair, The city would cost no mone> substitute open uill be required cafetonuin .mil agreed lo |)a>
FABRIC SHOP owes the firm i-H'J\ 50 for the Miller is the tirst teacher to Superintendent Kichaid M'p.m.. lost.s on plumbing atIhe
siren and lights on the present request and receive sabbatical Jockel determined that I Ihe UilU' huildinnlUisiness
police car. but has been hold leave, entitling instructors recencs managerdlie| :
ing up payment pending the to receive full pay while continuing special triple the program funds from normal (Diuiglas also l"l'IXlrtL'llhat Ihecaletena
return of the Vascar unit their education, since classes and through this svstem is no\v

extra mone>. the cost of a sub clpt'ralll1jLI.lI1\ \ !!) in the bl.uk
I stilute would be nullified At alter tevisioiis thai ,remmwlan
least three of the board members SKIHKl deticil disco\eiccl in
Badges Bell Plates PUcyues Desk Plates Directional, Sign
rl'l'd. the hoaidvoted I)1'l.t'I1I1"'I'
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Bowling Balls Door Plates Water Skis Tennis Rackets
'\1-2 to grant Ihe leave
Textures! ., ,;.. with board 'ml'mhl''srlhur\ ;1ht Old 1t1mE/l.
Beautiful Spring Shades and ) 'Cask ma arar.".T fc'arrjsh: { Engraving Our Specialty "('I1t1I1 ... '
SIGNS BY :Miller also indicale( l thai II'I I ;J-
his enrollment in the ail
POLYESTER Kenneth Biddle l 1": j710
\amed do.lsse"uuld mine '!: ..:.... 1 '
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than triple next veai
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Annual Meeting Of Clay Co-op Set Next Thursday- Keystone Heights I


Some 5,000 people from a 12 Key speaker for this year's He was elected to the Flo- nated as "One of the Out-- Besides fried chicken thorne area; Zedra Hamilton, mas Malphurs, District 4, Ing donations lor a painting I
county area are expected in event Is State Senator Lew rida Senate in 1970 and subse- standing Young Men In dinners served by Clay Electric District 5, which encompasses were elected. that will be raffled off at a 1
Keystone Heights next Thurs- Brantley of Jacksonville, who quently re-elected. He first America," and receiving the employees at noon, enter- Bradford County; and Wayne Othersserving on the board, later date. All these proceedsgo
day, March 25, for Clay Electric represented District 8. became a member of the Florida Distinguished Service Award tainment will be provided llolllngsworth, District 7, and up for re-election next toward the new Clay
Cooperative's 38th Annual Senator Brantley's topic House of Representativesin from West Duval Jaycees; the throughout the day by "The which encompasses Columbia year, are Ray Wingate, Dis- County Agricultural Center.
Meeting pegged as "C.N. will be an update on the 1976 1966, and was re-elected to Good Government Award Stamps," a gospel singing County.Nominations. trict 1; C.N. Smith, District 8, Out of town businesses and
Smith Appreciation Day." legislative session and will the office for two more termsin from Jacksonville Jaycees; group known throughout the will be taken and Angus Hastings, District corporations scheduled for
During the afternoon session include subjects such as the 1967 and 68. the Outstanding Service country. from the floor at the beginningof 9, if all choose to run. All booths and displays are West-
of the meeting, Smith will state budget, education, prisons He has served as chairmanon Award from the Jacksonville Following the business the General Meeting. No members serve three year inghouse Electric Supply,
be presented with a plaque in and other areas. the Senate Committee on Assoc. of Firefighters; the meeting, which begins at 9 one in recent history, has been terms on the board with terms Jacksonville; Voyles Appli-
appreciation and recognized Originally from McRae, Rules and Calendar and beena Outstanding Service Award a.m. Thursday,polls will opento nominated for the Trustee staggered< so that three posi- ances, Gainesville; Owen
for 35 years of dedicated service Georgia, Sen. Brantley, 37, member on the Senate Com from the Jacksonville Lodge, elect three Trustees. position during the general tions are up for election each Corning Fiberglass Company,
the floor and it
as a trustee and former has been a resident of Jacksonville mittee on Commerce. He is a Fraternal Order of Police; the During the January District meet rags from year. Jacksonville; West Bend
president of the Clay Electric for 27 years. He is a president designate of the Flo- Distinguished Service Award nominations, the three trustee is unlikely that the three in- to Company, Wisconsin; Gulf
According a spokesmanat
cumbents will be opposed. Central Company, Tampa,
incumbents were re-elected in
Cooperative. Smith repre member of the Riverside rida Senate for 197678. from the American Legion and District 3, 5, and 7. They are Three trustees are elected Clay Electric, the Co-op and Hughes Supply, Gaines-
sents members of District 8 Masonic Lodge, 266, a memo Highlights of his career in Department of Florida; each year and last year Sam received its largest response ville.
which encompasses all of ber of the Shrine and Rotary civic activities and political the Man of the Year Award Dick Surrency, District 3, Hogg District 2; Floyd this year from businesses and Finale of the day's activitiesis
Levy and Lake counties. Club affairs include being nomi from the Propellar Club of the which encompasses part of Gnann District 6, and Tho- oreanizations requesting dis- always an anticipated one
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I Tornado Runners Sixth In Palatka So. InvitationalIn


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Pork Control
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at 22'2'i". record when he placed sixth in .YARD RUNt It Hill BU I>*|4, 1) TRIPLE' ]JUMPt It Scott, ,..S.4S'4.i"lII 41 Bo>rrv. BHS, 47'll'', SI Plum. *. PS .Oronit,21." II Boll* t>....> 61 Buchholi
a strong field the Brad- Milton Baker finished firstin the long jump NM 2M.Sr 1) Krltonmoyor OK, ..Nor, BHS 4I'IV4"( II Ollurd, ft 17'1"111 Arnold' ft, o7'Iw"
ford High Track team placed the high jump with a leap of Baker was half a point from the 440-yard dash at 54.9. 1,06.Woit.: (I 41 AlcmMIl" OH.1:01.1: II Motrom ..'.*"< 41 BulWlM, ft, 4VJX.IJohnson II 440 YARD DASH, II L... BHS.. 11 7|, tiJI.l.444-YARDRll.AVl, II BuchlMll,441,
I sixth in a 13-team meet Saturday 6'2". He was second in the the high point trophy in the Freddie Bell was third In the ft.2at.1, I, Loo, Bolltt, 2,11.3.SPRINT ,... 40'IIW"7 II O.tliy, ..HS.I" It D..',Bono tl.li II Corrtr o.iloi,eH..I4./.C.IU 11..0101..44.1,31) Worm Morion.411,

March 13, at the Palatka triple Jump at 45'5V4"\ a new meet. 120-yard high hurdles with a 2,0'MEDLEY l4i 11 Norm RBLAVl Marion Itlotnido 'HO. YARD RELAY II North Morton, 41 41) Bow Brtwn.HS.IU, .... H;'.SI 41 471)4)P51aa' Bradford Central HlfllMI.440WIIOHT ,, 41.It I.) Hoitinu,
South Invitational. school record. He was third InI David Carter set a personalwas time of 15.3.In 20)11' 31 .I.'U l South. Jt.4.Or 41 11300 21 Buchholi, hll.D' II Politico lID IMTBHMBDIATI HURDLES IIwllkorM
the discus Bobby Smith poiotko Coitt,.l, 1:04: ; St unrail, South, Ii310i 4t tntorucntn, ti3I.li It >nNM,4l.7jlMorrU,.PS.4l.7iII MAN'S RBLAY, >
.'. 0,... PorN, It3t.*,41 Pilotko Ctntrol Wotklno. NM. 41." 41 HIM PS 411; .,. )
was fifth with a toss of 128'8". 206 Ill si YARD 4) .ue D.UH1'" 1 Brawn at ,NM 11.7, ,17.1.. II Horrli ,... 411 tl D.Ilsy.M.' 41.4. BrodMrtf High, UK II "'. south,

BHS Netters Lose Pair Wayne Berry placed fourthin II) MCROIOkENS, 21.0, 31) Brown Int. DISCUS It _.. NM 14I'4V.". ItThwno wo YARD RELAY It Norm. nwrlon' 52.2.'MUnL.
; the shot put with a heave of nil 41) Spotchtr.BR,13.list Curry ft, ., .HS, ll4'll"i it Plumb, ft, lilOOjai) Buchnoll. 1:110, 11 PolotkoSouth. MURD1.B: RELAY i>
I 22111) worn, BU. lit. IJ1TVJ", 41 W.llfc' PS, llrl'Vl II lillO 41 intorlichon. 1:111: It Polltkl, South. liM, 1) IIHIIWII,
47'11". TWO MIL RUN II Boll, Ballot, Smith, BM', 121'S"I 41 Tnompton. NM 0'...' Pork,ItM.I;II Polotki, C.nlro1,31.1. / ,,'1.1; )> North Marlon ItllOj 41.ue".I.
BHS the 440 lOltl, t,It 101341, 31 Ooplrty.. .11.21./; I10'3". .. .. li4Si SI Intorlachotl. ttS4
won Pol.lk.Soutnlil3 '
Come Back Over Baker Hi weight 4) Powell. BU. 10i4l' II Carr, PS, SHOT PUT II Hodaoi NM, WO"; II TWO-MIL. RSI.AT1).., 41 Brootord High, 1104.4.Tiger .
man's relay with a time of IOlSI.1l, Martian, BU 10IS4.4., Jonol PS, M'V'l II. Will, PS 41'liV'l .li II)North M." 541.1' 31
52.1.The relay team consistedof

Keith Carter, Wayne Scott
Following a 1-6 loss to good showing in his first much improved since its
Columbia High (Lake City) varsity match although he lost 5-2 win over BHS earlier in the Clark.In Wayne. Berry, and Dwayne Girl Netters Beat Baker Bow To GHS Girls

last Wednesday March 10, anda 58. season. the shuttle hurdle relay ,
0-7( beating from Oak Hall "We played without seniorsto Tim Schiller gave up the of Kirk win for the Tucker-Hazen
BHS team
most promising match of the Hunsinger Stomping their Baker Pierce and Orms bee BakerIn
Thursday, the Bradford High get a preview of nextyear'steam. Garrett Petteway and DavidDailey team Beat
tennis team broke its losing Besides we figured we day in exhibition play, County opponent 6-1 Monday teamed for an 8-2 doubles The win gave the BHS
finished sixth with
streak Monday afternoonwith were better than they were" dropping a 5-1 lead to get a afternoon, the BHS ladies victor followed with an 8-2 netters a 4-2 district lady:
of 1:19.4.BHS
time
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a 6-1 victory over Baker commented coach Jerry edged 79. Larry White lost 0- tennis team maintained a killed us. Without TennisUnion
finished sixth in the "They
8, Randy Crews and Scott record
High. McGriff. winning 6-4 season
Jockel they were just
with total of381f.1 Jennifer
team standings a
John Samons again came Tinsler lost 4.8 and Samons despite a 7-0 loss to coach
said
for
Palatka South won I too strong us.
Freshman Steve Griffis through with three ace servesin lost 5-8. In doubles actionMcGriff's the points.meet with 138V4 points Gainesville High last Friday II I I Howard of the second beating County High girls
clinched Monday's match for a row to secure an 8-2 strongest pairing of with North Marion second March 12. taken from Gainesville High tennis team won its second
the BHS netters in the fourth doubles victory with Griffis. White and Randy Crews went with 110 points. "We were obviously much this season. match of the season by defeat-
seat with an 8-2 victory. Kenny Rodrigue and Ricky down 2-8 and the Samons, The Tornado track team stonger than Baker," said I Lynn Pierce again led the ing the Baker County Wildcats
Brown also found and 8-2 win Andy Crews team was coach Melba Howard even -'H in the number one March 10 in
will have a home meet on Friday I squad 6-1 Wednesday,
Sophomore Tim Schiller came in doubles competition. swamped 18. March 20, with Palatka without the team's numberone position losing 4-8. as did Macclenny.
from a 6-4 deficit to win the Monday's win brings the In last Wednesday's match South and Gainesville Eastside starter Jennifer Jockel : Danette Rodrigue. Ruth Winning matches for the
second-seat game 8-6. John team's overall record to 8-4 with Colu.nbia County White providing stiff competition who has been benched with a Hazen and Pam Tucker lost Tiger girls were Lisa Monney-
Samons moved to the number and the district record to 54. and Randy Crews again ,. sprained ankle. t with 3-8 scores and Donna ham 9-7. Marion Walmsley 8-
onespot Monday for an easy 8- In its second loss to Oak teamed for the only BHS STATISTICS Lynn Pierce moved up to # Samons was beaten 1-8. In 2, Nan Walker 8-2, Sylvia
2 victory Kenny Rodriguswon Hall, BHS netters played well victory with an 8-4 doubles LONG JUMP 1) 1.0 J.m.l, IMS the number one spot Monday doubles competition Pierce Acosta 8-2, Diane Jackson 8-0,
8-1 in the third match and enough to pull in a win or two, win. 217""*",") 11) SpolclWf. B*. n.t" 1) afternoon for an 8-4 win Ruth and Hazen lost 2-8 and doubles team of
...... and the
In singles competition Bokor. BHI. 111VI 4> J"" PS. Hazen and Merri Ormsbee
junior! John Riggs made a McGriff said,but the opponent and Ormsbee went
Crawford
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White lost 3-8, Randy Crews POLE VAULT 1)) J"" .S.. "',1) shut out their opponents 8-0 -.r Walker
11.31) 0. IV, 41 down 18.
PS. Judy.
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lost 5-8, Andy Crews lost 1-8 and Pam Tucker took an 8-2 83.
Scott PSi Young,ORi, Curry.PS,ill' 10'. "We play Lake Butler the
win Tiger girls
John Samons lost 2-8 and Scott The gives
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11'4'4" SI) Wllll.im Jl'Ud-i |) their courts and
win.Christine
Tinsler lost 38. The second L_.. 0" 2''''/.". Green, In her first Fourth-scMled BUS tennis Thursday on team under Coach Frank
Sat. Mar. 20 doubles team of Andy Crews HIGH JUMP I) Blkor, SMS, "'2", IIDIcMv. ) varsity match, gave her player Pam Tucker hustles to travel to Green Cove for a Yanossy two wins and four
BU. 40"j II) Lo Jamn, (MS, rematch Tuesday. I hope we
losses.
forehand back to her
and Samons dropped asqueaker Baker a good match get a
G opponent
Everyone 1'0"14)) RoMni "ICY. no", s> Terry will be 100 percent strong have four matches
7.9.Following the Baker County opponent to The girls
". before 5-8
Sot/ no") ; 41 Jonnun PS. S. dropping coach
7:30: P.M. a junior varsity l>0 MIOM HURDLES, 1) Morrlo, PS, decision for the team's only secure an 8-2 win Monday af again by Tuesday, during the next week.
ISO, II' ...... PO IS.I) II) dll. (MS, ternoon. Howard said.Monday. March 17 the team had a
Invited match with Eastslde at Pratt loss of the day. '
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11.1 41) Hill. PS. 11.4 SI 0. MM match with the Wild
Street courts March 17 at 3:30: ISO 4) Moo,., PC. 11. return
the boys travel to again tangle 100 YAK 0 DASH;: 1)) Brown, NM 10.Ol
OSQ All Singers with Lake City Friday af II McKnlght, EMS. 10.0, 31 Spotchor. 10th Strawberry Golf Tourney SetHerb cats.March 18 they will play the
ternoon. BR, 10.li 41 Wilts, IU 10.>; SI Curly Bradford County Tornadoes.
PS, 10 4; 4) Jonn, RHS 10.S.
C7 Welcome "We're planning on giving MIL RUN II Suall Bollot, 4,304, First place in each flight March 23 Lake City will provide
Herres at "It is that local
important
them a better match than we 2) Carr NM 4:40, 31 W.tt MM manager the opposition.
did last week," McGriff said. 4,40,,41 Deputy.. PS, 4.41. ', SI Car.., the Starke Golf and Country people wishing to play in the will be a set of irons. Second March 24 Chiefland will be
PKY 4i4S' .1| 4> Ll.. .11... 4,S3.0. Club has announced that the event contact him Immediately place winners will receive a met in a Suwannee Confer-
10th annual Strawberry to reserve a placein set of woods. Herres said
Pine match.
Valley ence
Festival golf tournament will the tournament," Herres there will be other prizes All of the four matches will
New 1915 Ford Gran Torino be held Saturday, April 3, and said. awarded in each flight. be played on the Tiger courtsat

CongregationalHoliness Sunday, April 4, with 18-holes 3:30: p.m.
351 fV-8 Power Steering BrakesAir each day. .
This is an annual feature of Tiger Netters Lose Matches
Conditioned Radio the Bradford County Fair andis 5BHSGirisPlace

Church. Full 12 Month 100% Warranty held in conjuction with the Baker County Wildcats boys March 15, they tra
velled to Gainesville to meet In PSInvitational
fair.There will be AM-AM 18- tennis team nipped the Union
Located N. Of Starke On 301 Turn Left an the first County Tigers 4-3 in a match the rough Oak Hall team and
$4390TERWILLEGAR hole men's event on
fair played in Macclenny Wednesday were defeated 7-0.
of the Wednesday
About M Mile Past Fla. Hlway Patrol Station day Herres said there March 10. The Tiger boys have now
MOTORS March 31.
Winning matches for the won two matches and lost six.
<">" Graded Road. Besides Bradford Furniture Corp. are four different ways one Tigers were Greg Ginstrom 8- They played a return match Girls of the Bradford High
206 W Madison St Starke 964-7200 may enter this event. 3, Jose Acosta 9.8, and the with Baker County Wednesday track team gave a good account -
This will be a two man team doubles team of Jose Acosta ,March 17, and have scheduled of themselves in the
tournament with entry fee $5 annual Palatka South In-
and Ginstrom 84. a home match with
per man. You may enter The Tigers lost four close Chiefland, Wednesday, Marsh vitational meet on Saturday
either as two-man scratch, matches. They include Jorge 24, with both matches slated March 13, in Palatka.
two-man hadicap, four-man
Acosta 8-2, Tom Riherd 8-4, for 3:30 p.m.r Laura Chase won the 440-
scratch or four-man hadicap yard dash with a time of 64 0.
8-3 and the
Herres said full hadicaps will R.T. Vaughn f 9C1y
match was decided in the y She also qualified in the 220-
be used.
yard dash and placed seventh.
fee for the two day number one doubles event
Entry
Linda Richardson
Strawberry Festival will be when Jorge Acosta and sixth in the mile with a time placed of
Riherd lost tough match 97.
) Herres said a
tr1. $30 per person. 6:248.:
z 210M that the entry list will be TheTigers boys team lost to Three girls placed in the 880-

limited to 120players.The Santa Fe 6-1 with Jose Acosta ? yard run Cindy Griffith was

field will be put in four the only one to win his match "Sorry lo have to eat and second at 2:38.4: Merri Orm-
different flights based on which held in Santa Fe
was run like this ." sbee placed fourth, 2:43.6.: and
established handicaps.
Thursday March 11 Frances Coltrane placed fifth,

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:Cottage, t To Enter RelaysEight


For 1 Bradford High lady

runners are going to the
l r -X. Florida Women's Relays
Your p Saturday March 20, to
Back in 889 there all-out
was an it with of the
compete many top
girls in the state to
Lake t 1 according
drive to change the name of coach Melba Howard.

Linda Richardson will run
Starke to Central City on the Place? J the mile JoAhce Goodmanand

Mary Berry will compete
FHA Repro. Assume Payments in shot and discus throwingand
that the shorter
grounds name
111a Laura Chase will run in
.- the 410-yard 220-yard and

was not euphonious or enticing to r i mile relays. Cindy Griffith is

CENTRJ y4L prepariing for the 880-yard
run and the mile relay,
newcomers. The proposed name i
Frances Coltraine will run the
C 1 880 Merri Ormsbee will run

change was favored by the City 1 both the 880 and mile relay
b l lI I and Lynn Pierce will run the
mile.
Council of that time, but met with .
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3 Br. 2 Full Bath Wood Siding
run for their favorite fishing
.J1 : i 47nmJ.s. I ,
4zis41 Shingle Roof ,i hole.Eddy Bryan and Neil Craw

& Delivered ford fished together. This was

A Certificate of Deposit of $5,000 for6-10' Years Earns an Annual REP nSh5O I Bryan's first tournament as a
I ALSO SOME club member. We both fished

Rate of 7.75 % for an Annual Yield/ / of 8.06 % ; bass hard during and lost the day.several nice

At sundown at 6:30: p.m. all
O\JJT'OIV' I 12x60 10x50 24x60 bassmasters returned to Ken
I wood for
(One of a series of messages sponsored by Guaranty Federal the Interest of our Bicentennial the weigh-in.
3 Br Excellent MONTEBELLO After the fish were weighedwe
We invite your ideas and comments and would appreciate the use of your old u fO'kobservance. I found that J.E. Denmarkand

photographs). Front Kitchen Condition 3 Br Used Jimmy McRae were the
\ winners. They had 20 Bass
Used USED BATH & I that weighed 34 pounds, five
2X2995 ounces.

As Our Country Celebrates1 I $2500 $6995 I Bryant Second and place H.F.went Wiggins to\ R.F

Denmark and McRae
200 Years of Freedom drifted the flats using a purple

I I worm with a pink tail to land
Guaranty Federal Celebrates Look For The Champion Mobile Home Advertised on Television. 'most of their bass.
"
Then Come See The Homes At We had a good turnout for

20 Years Of Service I I new the tournament.members fishing We had in two the

I tournament Bryan and Buck
I [Mobile Norman. We are sure these
Gr
Gainesville: : two new members can carry

Guaranty 3300 S W Archer Road __ I their weight when It comes to
L..o." bass fishing.Earl .
220 N. Main /3501 W University Ave. I I
Muse landed a couple

Federal Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd. & Sylvan Way ES 1c I ulm s Hwy 100 Starke. Homes I ''canal.of striped baas In the barge

I 964.5809
Starke: 395 W. Madison Street ---- I I. Only four more tournaments -

Savings&Loan Association Lake Butler 175 W. Main Street ---- left for this year. .
FHA Available/ Qn New Homes Bass wishes,

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- Tiger: Nine Wins Pair, .. Indians Nip BHS 5-4


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Runs Season Mark To 111Led On Wild ThrowKEYSTONE


by the one-hit pitching moved to second on an infield struck out six, and walked I
of Bill Hemme and aided by out. Eddie McCullers then HEIGHTS In the bottom of the third
three Santa Fe errors Union singled\ Gregory home with one.The Tigers will host the Indian baseballers nipped inning the Indians picked up
High baseballers prepared for the only run and only hit off Suwannee Conference Bradford High 5-4 when Tornado two runs to take a 2-1 lead
the Suwannee Conference Hemme. Tournament on Thursday, pitcher Richard Hall when Mark Maxwell was safeon
Tournament by nipping the Hemme notched his eighth Friday and Saturday, March fielded a grounder and threw an error, Chuck Head
Raiders 2-1 on two wild throws win of the season against no 1820. wild to first base in the bottomof walked, and Gary Moyer
Thursday, March 11. ,losses He gave up one run On Thursday the opening J the eighth inning Friday, singled Maxwell home with
Using a 10-hit barrage and one hit struck out eight andwalked day of the tournament the March 12.Keystone's. the first run to knot the gameat
the three-hit pitching of Tim two.Losing Tigers get a bye into the semi- Bruce McCauley 1-1. Head had advanced to
Whitehead the Tigers clawed pitcher Tom Bar- finals. They will meet the singled, then scored when KH third and scored the goaheadrun
6-1 by Chiefland in a road tholomew gave up two runs winner of the game between pitcher Joel Bryan groundedto when Kevin Bannon then
game Friday, March 12. The six hits, struck out six and: Newberry and Hawthorne pitcher Hall who threw the grounded out
two wins give the Tigers nine walked none. which will be played at P.K. ball into( right field. In the fifth inning the Tornadoes -
an 11-1 season mark. In the game at Chiefland the Yonge at 3-30: p.m., and at 7:30: The Tornadoes scored firstin tied the game 2-2 when
UHS pushed over two Tigers took the lead in the first p.m. Friday. w. e1 I the extra-inning contest. In Aycox walked again, stole
unearned runs with two out in inning when Hemme singledin The other semi-finals will the top of the second Kenny second and scored in Mike
the botton of the first inning Fred Clemons. feature at five in Lake Butler, BUS catcher Jackson Prevatt watches Keystone batter slam a hit over the first baseman's Aycox walked, then stole Kitchens' single.
with the help of three Raider Whitehead squeezed the Chiefland against Williston head In the Indians' 5-4 victory In KH last Friday second, third, and home with Keystone went ahead 3.2 in
errors and an infield single by second run over in the third and at 7:30: p.m. P.K. Yonge the first run of the game. the bottom of the fifth as Head
Danny Hazen. inning scoring Clemons from versus Cross City. was safe on an error Moyer
After two men were retired third. On Friday the winners of the Fire Should forced Head at second.
Be
Tim Whitehead singled and The Tigers picked up single two Friday games in Lake Dept. ReorganizedSo Bannon singled Moyer to
took second when the ball was runs in the fourth and sixth Butler will meet at 5 p.m. second and he came around to
bobbled In the outfield. Danny inning and picked up two runs Saturday night at 7:30: p.m. score on a single by Roy Grif-
Hazen then beat out an infieldhit in the fifth on a big triple by the winners of the two semi- All Union Towns Share
and when the throw to first Hemme. finals games will meet for the EquallyRAIFORD fin.Jackson Prevail hit the first

went past the first baseman Chiefland scored its only championship.UHS Tornado home run of the yearin
Whitehead came around to run in the fourth inning. will take a record of 11 Mayor J.D. the fire truck for communications Department. Cost of the radio Robert Lee Cason, the Rai- the top of the sixth inning to
score. Hazen then stole third, Hemme got three hits, wins and one loss, into the Griffis asked the Raiford City between the truck and unit, according to Tarlmgton, ford representative on the tie the game at 33.
the catcher's throw went into Whitehead two and Clemons conference tournament. Council to consider sending a the Union County Sheriff's is $440 Union County Parks and
left-field, and Hazen came went two-for-three as the Tuesday, March 23 the resolution to the Union Com- Recreation Board, appeared In the seventh inning the
across with what proved to be Tigers banged out ten hits. Tigers will play a conference mission asking that the county before the council to ask whe- Tornadoes took the lead 4-3
the winning run Whitehead went the game against the P.K. Yonge fire department be reorganized Mike Crews Set To Defend ther it is going to support the when Aycox singled and wentto
The Raiders, defending AA distance for the Tigers, Blue Wave. Earlier in the so all cities in the county summer recreation program. second on a bobble by the
state champions, picked up a picking up his third win of the season the Tigers defeated share equally In the servicesof After a.brief discussion Griffis center fielder, advanced to
run in the second inning when season as against one loss. He them in two nonconferencegames the fire department.The State Weight Lifting Title appointed a committee con- third on a sacrified bunt by
Eugene Gregory walked and gave up one run, three hits 11-1 and 8-2. sisting of Councilmen Sid Tay Revels. Aycox scored as
proposal l set off a long lor. Michael Dobbs, and Dinkie Kilby was groundingout.

discussion at the regular Defending state championMike his coach also said that Jimmy Thornton to work with .
Poor Rounds Tuesday Nets Golf Defeat monthly meeting Monday, Crews will lead the Crews is the top weight lifter Cason. In the bottom of the seventh
March 8. Net result was the
Bradford High Tornado pound for pound on the team The council requested the Kevin Bannon hit a home run
Bradford High golfers are council voted to table the weight lifting team to the state and his lifts are best. committee to report back next ;/or the Indians to tie the gameat
until month's
sporting an even 4-4 season proposal next tournament Saturday, March "It is always a pleasure to month on the Raiford programs 4-4 and send it into extra
at which time
meeting
record after l losing to Mac- of the fire repre- 20, at Buchholz High School in coach any athlete who showsas to be worked throughthe innings.
sentatives depart-
clenny 170-180 Tuesday after Gainesville. much dedication as Mike," county board and also a Jackson Prevatt had two
ment will be asked to come to
noon and to Palatka last Fri- Crews will compete in the Hurse said. recommendation on the hits, a home run and single for
.
day 156-167. y.- i.y" the meeting. 148 pound class where he has IOU other athletes showed as amount of money to be given the Tornadoes.

"We played terribly today.In Council president Lee been undefeated the last two much dedication as Mike does the county program by the Bannon was the leading
a qualifying round yester- Brailler explained that he was years. Also entered in the we would come up with some City of Raiford. hitter for the Indians with a
day they shot 153, then turned at the county commission state meet will be Sam Ben- more state champions," The council voted unani home run and a single.
around and added 27 strokesto meeting when the fire depart- nett 165 pounds; Steve Earnest Hurse said. mously to name rather than Hall{ gave up five runs, six
their score in the match," ) apw ment was set up and that the 198 pounds; Scott number the streets. Griffis hits, struck out nine and
commented a disappointedCoach commission voted to give the 265 on bench press, and 245 on' appointed a committee of walked two.Bryan .
Warney Adkinson after department based in Provi- Pooser, 198 pounds; David clean and jerk for a 510 pound Joyce Norman and Thorntonto gave up four runs and
Tuesday's event. dence, $26,000 over a 24 to 36 Godsey, 181 pounds, and total. Crews exceeded his work up names of streets six hits, struck out eight, and
Matt tierres shot a 42, Lee month period. either Lawrence Budgett or state total by lifting 525 and report back to the board walked three.
Casey came in second with a Charles Reames in the heavy- pounds in his last meet next month.At The Tornadoes have won
45, Scott Roberts played a 46 Brailler said the action was weight class. against Fernandina. the request of Councilman four and lost seven. Keystone
and Bobby Patterson took a 47 t taken at a county commission Young Crews has been a Coach David Hurse said Taylor the board voted to Heights has won three and lost
to put together the team's 170 meeting when a petition with member of BUS weight lifting that Crews is greatly improved erect a community bulletin five.
strokes for the match. 150 names on it was presentedand team for four years. In his and feels he is the top board to be divided into two BUS played Santa Fe on
"It was wet. but we the meeting room was freshman and sophomore 148 pound weight lifter in the parts, half for town businessand Wednesday, March 17 in
casual water (if the ball Played packed with 75 people years he competed 132 state. the other half for town Starke as the Telegraph wentto
pound division. As a junior "He is hard announcements. press.
in the water, you can drop it a working dedicated
out no closer to the hole) and Griffis seemed quite upset and senior he advanced in young man who is determined
they should have done bet- that the county fire depart- weight to the 148 pound class. to reach his goal,"
ter," Coach Adkinson said. ment was based in Providence He won the state by scoring Hurse said.
Herres and Casey each hada and he said "The fire depart- New 1975 Ford Gran Torino

41 in Palatka last Friday, ment is"almost in Columbia Phil Nichols CompetesIn
Roberts came in close with a County. 351V-8 Power Steering BrakesAir
42 and Patterson shot a 44. A t Brailler said the main
The team had a good tight JL deavor with the Raiford Fire en- GJO Pro-Am Event Conditioned Radio -

match going into hole number LH Casey sinks a four Coot putt to blrdy hole number 5 but atlll Department as far as the Full 12 Month 100% Warranty
five, Adkinson said, when couldn't pull the fat out of the fire to beat his Baker High op- council concerned is to getit Phil Nichols represented relinquished his title due to

Roberts bogied.and Casey Wade birdied Winkler on ponent. fully operational.The the Men's Association of the other commitments. '- t., ,... ",* :I .s4390.TERWILLEGAR
Keystone Goitand '" ( ... .
hoes number five and one, but council, in other fire Club Country Nichols lwaf elected. ?, : III *
couldn't make up the differ: department business grantedfire in the Pro-Am golf virtue of his "second place
4 Coaches To match MOTORS
ence. Herres had no birdies all Supervise chief Allen Tarlington at the Greater Jack- finish with a net 65.
day, which hurt the team permission to purchase a 20- March sonville Open'' yesterday, Drawings for propartnerwere 206 W Madison St Starke 964-7200
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effort the coach said. watt radio unit to be placed in 17.Selection to be held last Tuesday,
BHS golfers will to March 16.Other .
go
UC Summer RecreationLAKE was based on the
Willow Lakes Golf and Coun- entrants finishing in
try Club to play Orange Park Auto salesman to of best two qualifying days of round in one. the top four spots were: Jim CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
Friday, travel to Green Cove BUTLER In a una- the city of Lake Butler playground customer: "Notice the large German carded competition.Bill the low WUey third with a 67; and
Springs Monday and to Buch- nimous vote the Union County as possible. Thomas bumpers ample room for round out of Charlie Head and Clarence
holz Tuesday, March 23. Parks and Recreation Board said the youngsters will have any message you may want some 37 en- Porch tying for fourth with a
Match with West Nassau set voted to hire four coaches two hours of activities with the toK've' the world!" trants stroking a 64 net, but score of 68 net. Let us explain our energy

for Monday. March 13, was from Union County High program open from 2 to 5 p.m.
cancelled due to lack of a School here to work and with the youngsters comingany Shop FPC Garden Center
team toplay. Due to discipline handle the summer recreation time during the time the saving system.
problems, the West Nassau program program in the afternoon is 4 .Y;
team disbanded just prior to The action was taken after available. y' i t / _.-
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the scheduled match. Coach Jimmy Thomas made a Most of the night activities -: ; COMPLETELY
presentation the will be scheduled on Monday,
outline
coaches lie the Tuesday and Thursday nights -
coaches main thoughts for the with the possibility of some ..:;:
BowdenDay summer programs at a spe- games on Friday night and it .. ,'
I INSTALLED
cial meeting Monday night, Saturday for makeup according ,2 for 1 SALE i
Feb 16, of the recreation !/! to Thomas. yo
Set In board Under discussion Thomas Famous Ortho
These ideas were to have said plans are to hold a classon rxo Special Formula
swimming, men's and cheerleading for those
,utiLA 1490
Lake City"Bobby women's Baseball softball and perhaps Dixie Youth use activity.The Interested. in that phase of LIQUID PLANT FOOD ANNUALS &

other facilities with the help of board hired the four Reg.
the coaches. coaches at $150 a week starting 2 $498 ((2-TON SYSTEM)
Bowden Day, The coaches who will in June and going throughthe '4" Gal. Gal. VEGETABLE
the head football
honoring new handle the main of the end of The plug
points July. any n.euary.t.ctrical
programIs
Azalea & Camellia
coach at Florida State Rose & Flower Ortho Gro & Others
include Thomas. tentatively slated to Begin work
(FSU), has been Vernon
University Turner. Carl Drake prior to the end of school in :
scheduled for March 30 at the and Terry Stroomer. Frank May\ but the coaches indicated ORTHO KLOR 74 PLANTS
Lake Club and
City Country Yanossy, the tennis coach at they will be able to -
all area residents are invitedto UHS. will teach both
youth supervise the programs only
participate. and adult tennis with the adult after school. I "
Bowden recently succeeded classes tentatively slated for Thomas indicated that LIQUID CHLORDANE C SAVE $$ ON
Darrell Mudra as the head Thursday night. Stroemer. the successful UIIS 49
man at the Tallahasseert'Servation Thomas said three fields baseball coach will handle Control, Many Insect Pests YOUR ELECTRIC
and it will be his will be used for baseball with the Dixie Youth programs and ft Tray "

first appearance in North games played as part of the activity for that program will Galon Size Reg. *20"8
Central Florida program! in Lake Butler. get under way with planningand Big Selection I Of BILL

"The purpose of 'Bobby Worthington! Springs and registration for the teamsto SAVE NOW Nice Growing Plants
RaifordHe be announced later. I $
Bowden Day' is to have fun also outlined the plan for Margie Cason was recently 3'0 ONLY 788 Buy Em Now CorrloV* new "SUPER IIII
and to know this dynamicnew I IIIIII
get i I
coach" said John daily activities as the coaches hired to serve as secretaryand ," unit I Is now also IIIIIII ( 1INd 1
Danielson, head golf profes- will try to keep the youngstersas bookkeeper for the boardat available. Demand to it Hiy11,1 1'111111NiCe IIIIIIIIIIIIM
far awav from the lake at a salary of $100 a month.
sional at the Lake City Coun- ALL-PELLETIZED LINEof .oo efficiency comparison ,
try Club and one of the organizers I NOW WE RENTSPREADERS before you buy.Carrie gAIIIII1I lIOIIIIIIIlllll

of the event. IS THETIME Super Plant Foods boats them all (

"This will not be a fund raising up to 70% dependingon
event but will be an after SUPER BUYS or
from tha makers ofGROTOIME the brand.
noon of fun and relaxation, j Give us your

added Danielson.A order now

shotgun start golf tournament TOFERTILIZE _* _
9-7-7 PELLETS
will begin the activitiesat
1 p.m. The tournament will 4' x 8' Sheets Living Room .. h.rN SPREADING
be followed with a dinner and ::. $598i SERVICE
program by Bowden. The cost FORMICA CHAIRS Y '
for participation in the '
tournament and dinner is $15. i, ffC coiry lhempfet j'j/ double I IH AIR CONDITION SERVICEALL
.* .. .... dutyGroTone
Tickets are being coordinatedby $COO $700 per $3500 *" 1 -
&
Danielson. sheet BOB ol plant food* 2i
Weed
& Feed
For those who do not play in wMi the premium tpCormulai BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR
dinner ( (or Florida On*S C.v.n2500Sg.rt.
tournament, a
the CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED
ticket may be purchased for 34"x3"xS' WHITE .ml.Gives your lawn Bolonetd. long lasting p.ll.tii.d
$s. .end plants bco'--of' plant food for St. Auguitm and $ ghat PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER .
Tee times and foursome /4 14"18' SOC .long .lusting. --"....",. c.ntip.d. town -contami vital 79 w

arrangements are also being % 16"18' BATTEN N.m.nh l plus iron Kilts wtdl too
handled by Danielson. Participants
may contact Danielson l/-FLOIIOA (GOLDEN OUAUTY i ,.
phoning '752-2266 in
by
Lake City : $1CONTIOL GARDEN CENTE 6-6-6
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME ""CJIALITvt!
"We expect a number of FERTILIZERCall Air Conditioning
University of Florida sup- 539 E. Call St I

to help us by participating 964-5745
porters and we're urging all SALES & SERVICEHWY with minors 332 W. Madison StarkePh.
'FNnufEq
Home Office: Gainesville Fla Est 1949. Also In: Ocala. "
area residents to take part. 60 LB. Bag
iL
We don't want this to be lust a 964-5606 Crystal River & Palatka Lake City Starke Jacksonville / 964-7701
Lake City event," Danielson St Augustine Tallahassee 4"

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ObituariesMrs.


Lillian Watson i4 .: .:3A
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Mrs. Lillian Watson 60, of
Macclenny died early Friday .2 ti : +
morning March 12, followinga ..,
brief illness.
Mrs. Watson is the mothercf
John E. Watson II of

Starke.Funeral services were held For pool garages, patios' ? maa"+ a Greerory,
Saturday afternoon.March 13. MEN'S & LADIES basements..anywhere! THIAU.MANWOIMfRSMND.
in the Macclenny First United 16 OZ. SPRAY flooded limitedI only
Methodist Church. Burial was FAMOUS' Uses are countle.s.Completely sale
in Woodlawn Cemetery. BRAND by your own needs. sted.AQUA .
Survivors include a to operate-they are :
daughter, Mrs. Judy Harvey
Macclenny; a son John E. WATCHES 't' KLEANBY rm,
Watson II, Starke; four sis- trr rl

ters: Mrs. Betty Butler Mrs. WASH .....\1. SHOf-VAC G04SON.FOQEvta..,
,
Helen Scrape Mrs. Florine :;" & 2' JEWEL SAYE! .aa..e. .r.
Cude, and Mrs. Hattie Lou ;. MOVEMENT MANY DRY I v todudnttxMnMn+vo.m 'tinea 8rV fe !*'
Roland, all of Little Rock, LAUNDRY SOIL I STYLES FOR MEN WET &
Arkansas, and four grand- RE AND WOMEN RECORDS
STAIN N.
AND
children. t WITH ATTRACTIVE168 fiiiiintf VACUUM
REG. 1 54
MOVER. BRACELET OR BAND
Robert Hall
USE IT ANYWHERE! SALES

Robert O. Hall. 70, of Route 1 IP RECORDS
3, Starke, died Sunday morning 1 . q,,
March 14< following a RECORD
lingering illness. r I ifte irk ALBUM . 7f
10, s THE ROAO GOES.
Born in Georgia July 98' TAPE ON FOREVER j
,
1905,Mr.Hall moved to Starke 9 8 8'*
from Green Cove in 1956. He 28
was a retired employee of theE 'Includes 5 top
.I. DuPont Company and a REG Greatest HIts. Sells records such as: Amltrica's
member of the Bethel Baptist REG. 44.95 0' Jethro Tull "Giv' 81 Cross Greatest Hts. Best
Church. 2688 J The Road us a '"Ie" by
goes Sweet
on Forever AI'
Surviving is his wife Florence by man Bros.
G. Hall; five daughters:
Mrs. Mary Geitz of Pitman,
N.J.;Mrs.Linda Fowler,Mrs.
Melody Smith, Miss Pat
Cross, and Miss Ella Hall all SWINGER SELF-PROPELLED
of Starke; six brothers: Ollie
Hall of Jacksonville Rev. 22 INCH CUT *i- u mji
Jack Hall John Hall Kenneth 25 TABLETS .. ,
GRILL
Hall, and Carroll Hall, all of oe i l'
Green Cove Springs and O.G. POWER\ MOWER y r ALKA ::1
Hall Jr. of Merritt Island; BAKED ENAMEL 3'/ H.P. BRIGGS STRATTON ENGINE' ; <
eight sisters: Mrs. Velma
Kersey Mrs. Vivian Sohm BOWL18 INCH AD.JUSTABLECUmNG HEIGHT LIMIT 57',.
Mrs. Manly Williams, all of GRID-EASY ROLL ONE
Green Cove Springs; Mrs. WHEELS.
Mattie Lou Ussery of Tampa s
Mrs. Vera Strode and Mrs. REG. 29.99 11988WHITE t
Eileen Anderson both of HONEYSUCKLE HERBAL :

Orange Padgett Park and; Mrs.Mrs. Cathryn Georgia : RAIN ,

Ogilvie, both of Jacksonville,
and Funeral five grandchildren.services were held 2688b REG. 139.88 1 @ SHAMPOO LIMIT ONE10"xl7"x3" ,. J

Wednesday morning, March BTTONI .
17, in the DeWitt C. Jones )
Chapel with Rev Connie, GRASS CATCHER .REG.< ?.?<9. 7"3\ OZ.-LIMIT ONE'ARYL
Johnson Rev. O.D. Brooks -
and Kev Dorsey Layman offi-
"
ciating. Burial was in Shiloh RICH k
Cemetery south of Green Cove ELECTRIC FLEX-LINE .1' RDS C

Springs. GRASS EDGER ,:. ..;' ALSAM CONDITIONf. 59 : \


Brady Collins HIBACHI GRILL AND TRIMMER REGULAR 24 CT .

Brady Collins, 62, of Griffis
SUCRETS
Loop,died at Bradford County 1 STABLE! EXTRUDED NYLON LINE tv
Hospital Thursday morning, SAVE WITH SPRING LOADED FEED
March 11,after a brief illness ,.
$10.11INSTANT
A long-time resident of LOZENGESLIMIT
Starke, Mr. Collins was bornIn
Moultrie Ga. Feb. I, 1914 ,
.BOTtLE
He was a retired heavy equip- t OF 100LIMIT
ment operator and for the past
few years had operated a REG. | STOP/START REG TNERAGRA
chicken farm. He was a memo 7.88 SWITCH 6999 p f M
ber of the First Baptist
Church of Starke. )L l VITAMINS 429
Funeral services were held .
Saturday at the First Baptist REG. 8.98 I i" ( ?
Church with Rev. Ben Bryant I .- 50 FT. 3 TUBE .
officiating. Burial followed in ---- I _-...;; LOOSE OR PRESSED LIMIT
the Santa Fe Cemetery near ONE
Hampton Lake with DeWitt C 1 SHULTONuMi
Jones Funeral Home in SOAKER HOSE : '7
charge of arrangements. \ .
ZEBCO 404 SPIN CAST
Survivors include his wife, VINYL HOSE GIVES \ CORNSII.K 139
Mrs. Gladys Lee Collins; a LAWNS DEEP WATERPENETRATION. POWDER
son, Bernie Collins of Boston, ROD & REEL COMBO .
Mass.; a daughter, Mrs
..
La Von Drivas of Tampa and a re, ti 4 OZ. BOTTLE
404 SPINCAST REEL -
brother Rev. W.O. Collins of r

Hmesville, Ga. AND COMPLETE E404 ROD WITH 6 33 344 &rE"m* A/TRIAMINIC/ I I

Mrs. Alpine Padgett MONO LINE. I+ EXPECTORANT I '9

Mrs. Alpine Padgett 74< REG. 4,29 !
died Wednesday morning
March 10,at the North Florida
Regional Hospital in Gaines.
ville after a brief illness. SUPER .
A long-time resident of the
Lake Butler community, Mrs. PUMP SPRINKLER RUBBERIZED

Key.Padgett She was was a born member in Cedar of the LIVE BAITAERATOR WITH SPUPTO t< SURF-RIDER
First Baptist Church of Lake 48
Butler. 800 SQ FT.
Funeral services were held REG 69 J\ WITH ROPE FLICKER
Friday afternoon at the First f, REG. 4,79 .. PERFECT FOR THE
Baptist Church Rev. Robert i BEACHES.

D.followed Moseley in officiating Dekle Cemetery Burial YOUR KEEPS HUDSON 1 QUART COMET LADIES

under direction of Archer 9 9 SHRIMP CONTINUOUS \. 8
Funeral Home of Lake Butler 2 AND 58 DISPOSABLE
Family asked that donationsbe MINNOWS] SPRAYER .
made to Rodeheaver Boys ALIVE 299 LIMIT
Ranch in Palatka in lieu of flo i j EASY PUMPING ONE SHaVERREG.
wers. REG. 3,99 ] t
Survivors include her husband -
Sidney Padgett Sr., of EXCLUSIVE
Lake Butler; a daughter Mrs.. i// WIRE WRAPPED
Patricia Tileston of Gainesville KEEPS BAITALIVE LARGE BLADES!
FLO-TROLL CLAMP-ON-TYPE 28 QUART
; two sons, Sidney Pad. I ANDHANDY AND
gett, Jr., of Gainesville and COLORFUL .
James vllle. Calif.P. Padgett; two of brothers Victor. BAIT CHAIR ICE CHESTBUCKET

Jules Kirchaine of Orange
'
Park and Creighton Kirchaine DURABLE FOAM WITH I I
of Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Leon UMBRELLA VINYL' COVERED
Charpia of Greensboro N.C. 9'
REG. 5.88 HANDLE.
WATER-PROOF VINYL PLASTIC
and nine grandchildren.
.
REG. 1 79A

Bethel BaptistTo DESIGNED NOT
y' CUT YOU
.
Hold Gospel : .
Sing SundayBethel 399 3.99 REG, 299 ":' f ; 99cI


Baptist Church will ; UtlY SOME ITIMJ
have a gospel sing Sunday "MITIO SUrf IY!
March 21,beginning at 2 p m.
at the church located on SR-

230A.The occasion is to get PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY! OPEN DAILY ,-, OPEN SUNDAY 10-7

acquainted with the new fft

pastor The public Rev. O,D Is. Brooks.invited to PRICES GOOD ONE FULL WEEK! THURS.. MARCH 18 thru WED.. MARCH 24 Open Daily '-9 Open Sunday 10-7


attend.Unusual The Doctor bleeding Can Tell or discharge EEflBLTBEGi(!) f eeajflGJE! (! 831 S. WALNUT ST. STRRKEPRESCRIPTION i

are conditions that
-e should not be ignored If you I
H have either one, see your doc-
SERVICE AT LOW PRICES !
-t tor, urges the American Cancer
Society.
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ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER

t ..J.II CHURCH NEWS
Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Pari.... Rev. Willie
Stitt pastor. Young Adult
Choir meeting each first and
second Monday, 7:30: p.m.
Tiny Tots Choir rehearsaleach
SUPER Tuesday 6 p.m. Prayer
HE SAVINGS! Meeting Wednesday night and
V ELI Bible Study Thursday night.
l MFP ecn 1 Friday night the Young Adult
jgfB*V0r- Choir will hold their anniversary -
WITH.OAKOOU.COLGATE. at 8 p.m.Sunday services
IH1EHSI"E" PRO begin with Sunday School at 10
/
a.m. Love Feast service, 4

CARE OR MEDIUM p.m.Mt.. Morlah services begin
with Sunday School 10 a.m.
E LOTION TOOTHTOOTHPASTE Morning Worship 11. United
Methodist Women will meet at
7 01. AM1LY' SIZE RaCENTENNI,6L 4 p.m.
Greater Allen Chapel AME
OVER- .4 BRUSHES
15 OZ. FOR Church. Rev. R.G. Heastie
FACIAL FOR DRY SKIN pastor. Easter practice began
TISSUE I 0 ADULT-LIMIT FOURCPf Monday night. All Sunday
OVER-DRY School students are invited to
SKIN TUFTED come and receive parts for the
100 CT program. Parents are askedto

LIMIT 88c REG. VaselineINTENSIVE 29 Sunday cooperate services with this begin activity.with
ONE Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
36' CARE 19' ing Worship at 11. Choir
Union 3 p.m.
LIMIT LIMIT The Young Adult Ushers
ONE Board will hold their first
anniversary at 5 p.m. Sunday.It .
was postponed from last
Sunday.
Greater Bethlehem Free
will Baptist Church, Rev.
AMPEX 90 MINUTE UCU'O Jasper Williams pastor.
BY 5 ELEMENT \ Weekly services began Mon-
HAMILTON *
eOPPERrONE BLADE I "J t day night with Tiny Tots
J
e e J SAFETY CASSETTE rehearsal. Tuesday night
t.
ii. BEACH
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
GRILLS RECORDING KNIT night Senior Choir rehearsal.
__, SUDDEN 7 SPEED MODEL 3713 Thursday night Prayer Meet.
,. ing. and Ladies Circle meet-
20 INCH o.xTAPE\ I SHIRTS ing. Junior Choir meets Friday -
BLENDER
-- __.. night,6 p.m.At 8 p.m. the
TAN ), A COMPLETE Senior Choir will render service -
-----I t. o RANGE OF BLEND GALAXY 3 l 1 at Pleasant Grove. Sun

BRONZING ING REQUIREMENTS SPEED FAN A day day services School at begin 9:30.with Morning Sun

ZZZ C\ 3PAKREG. 3"t Worship at 11. Dinner served
; as 12:30.: At 3 p.m. the pastor
FOAM LARGE l o Reg. and congregation will render
3* 44 OZ. : service for Rev. G.G.
OZ.-LIMIT ONE 8 8 1888 n rCONTCADAINER 99 ,, t. McArthur in St. Augustine.

552 15 REG. 1 Rev.Mt.George Pisgah Farmer AME Church.pastor.

OR GOLD 22.99 ; Sunday School, 10 a.m.
REG.19.99SANYO #620 4.99 Morning Worship at 11, concluding
services for the day.
0 Q O 09 F New Bethel and Ebenezer
Baptist Churches Rev Leroy
MODEL 21T59
SUPER IT GIVES LADIES Davis Prayer pastor.Meeting Wednesday and
Lr 2 B SYLVANIAFLIP
-
Bile
FLASHES POLYESTER Study combined. Choir
12 IN.BLACK kJrLI 1 No. 1 will hold a business
meeting and rehearsal at 7
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SHORTS
& a \ p.m. Sunday School will terminate
WHITE a ." services for the day.
:
LIGHTER FLASH t "' AS50RTEDCOLORS| Ebenezer Church services
= \AND.SIZES.REG. will begin Thursday night with
\ 3.99 Meeting and Bible
UNSCENTED. BY GILLETTE Prayer
SCENTED OR I r- Study. The Rally will terminate -
100% Sunday All members are
SUPER DRY 'SOLID "'ABLE QISPOS-' "' asked to cooperate by; paying r
STATE : pledges or donation of $20.
INSTANT 8995 LIGHTER BUTANE 1'17 M 139 eON Sunday School, 9:30: a.m.
Morning Worship at 11. Com
SUREiAMTIPERSPIRAMT REG. REG. / munion Service, 6 p.m.

99.95FOLDING 1.98 / Church Philadelphia Rev. W.G. Mayberry Baptist

pastor. Sunday School, 10
a.m., with Supt. Jeremiah

AND 41 INCH ALUMINUM 20 % OFF Rf G. LADIES' WOODWEDGE Johnson Service presiding.11 a.m.Communion with sermon --
WOODEN ASSORTED by Rev. Mayberry.
"HOT DOG"THONGS

DEODORAH T STEP STOOL COLORS Evening Service, 4 p.m.
ONE CLOTHES PRICE ON SIZES AND First Born Church of the
6 OZ.-LIMIT Living God. Elder S.V. Cohen
1 LADDER VINYL OR MATERIAL FINISH pastor. Tuesday night Prayer
DRYER LIGHTWEIGHT ALUM. HEARING AIDBATTERIES Service 7:30: p.m. Friday
FRAME. STURDY night Tarrying Service 7:45.
\ DRYING SPACE. CONSTRUCTIONCOMPUTILY First and third Sunday Mis
C REG. 5.49 29 sionary Service, 11 a.m.
/ Second and fourth Sunday
69 (PACK OF SIX BATTERIES) Pastoral Services, 11:30 and
#$41E REG 345 2.76 7:30p.m.Sunday School, 10:30:

466 866 #$131 : : : : : : : REO 3.35: 2.68 a.m.True Church of God In

#EP675I . REG. ass 2.M Unity Elder Sampson White

ASSIMILIDCOLLAPSIIU #S76E ". . REG. 3 95 3.16 REG.3.99 pastor.nesday night.Terry Teaching Service Wed-and

Bible Study Friday night.
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor-
ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7
FREEZER AUTO SNACK 20% OFF REG. MEN'S KNITWALK p.m.attend.The public is invited to


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SIZE OR 5 PAK PINT y, SHORTS i Card Of Thanks liWJiLr'IS.I
ST100 WITH| LIVING HINGE :i- AW i i i&
SADDLE BAS E. EASY JLa. ....f.//$':' !
.. TO CLEAN. ASSTD. COLORS i.L @Fi
,. .::;. l m BATTERIES AND PATTERNS THANK YOU NOTE
REMOVER REG. 66 We would like to thank each
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WITH CUTICLE. BaCT PINT SIZE RCOi J, -\\1: #323 BP TYPE C REG. as I.44 8 j : f and and death prayers of during Mr. Kelly.the nines.

__ FREEZER BAGS . ,oa 66 #343.TYPE S REG. IBS 1.41 A special thanks to Rev.
flnMr. CONDITIONERS REG. REG. Dobbs. Dr. Sundusadee and
8O CT QUART SIZE RED C .. #357.' LEO TYPE 1.49 -1i
IJl/1nn/ f 6 OZ. FREEZE* SAGS . .I.J 89 .,;,...'..-._ .'t'::: 1.49 REG. t.as 7.99 Bradford! for County their Hospitalemployees concern.

May God bless you all.

WYLER'S MEN'S NYLON -Family of Warren W. (Pat)

FLAVOR HOUSE BRACH Kelly
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CHOCOLATE '
FANCY fa r
DRY 3- CARD OF THANKS
ROASTEDWINDOW 24 OZ. COLORS Words cannot adequately
I' MIXED MIX 1M HEO. express our deep appreciation
BOXESr J REG. for the many acts of kindness
'LIMIT + 1.49 127 one $ 1f shown to us during our recent
TWO NUTS 1 ASSTD. FLAVORS m j rt bereavement. For the food,
REG. 59* EACH flowers, cards and prayer, we/
t are deeply grateful. A special
LIMIT, thanks to the doctors and nurse
..
of Bradford County Hospital.
09 I 'Qfnd.r 2 PI till< Prints .,.
Mu 88&: 0' pnn. ts Wltlt.. 'y -The Family of Brady Collln
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master chargt REQ. 'P+ )t F R fol0' color printed CARD OF THANKS
BANKAMERICMO 1.39 de.el end The kindness and sympathy of
.;y fyERYDAY1P our many neighbors and friend
welcome here I pN0 In our recent sorrow In the ton
Pitl of husband and father will
DO IT YOURSELF ... alway remain with u* a*a precious
ick up yo ,::: memory.We also wish to
,ou
PEST CONTROL buY hint' 'of thank the nurses and doctor.
him' end Pr'bk and """ I.TOD. 'l Our sincere thanks and gratitude
&* FREE USE OF PROFESSIONAL Kodscd C. 0' Of\e for all those comforting: acts.

I W SPRAYER. the AND regular E"t"'iO pf fflpPEOPLE -*. -" -The Vernal Family

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TRUST ECKERD'S E0& QUALITY ." -].M. Clark


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Early Settlers in This AreaInformation ,


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concerningsome in this area who are descen- in the Middle of State Road The Sparkmans said the i r
of the oldest settlements dents of these pioneer settlers. 100 a little west of Crosby tree might have been planted

in Bradford County was givenby The article con- Lake Cemetery The Crosby from seeds imported from
Lagergren
the late H.E. Lagergren. tinues: settlement was, no doubt, Spain, while Florida was still ? ., )
early Starke surveyor in an already very old at that time. under Spanish rule.
article published in the Oct. Adjoining Mr. Geiger on the On the high and productivelands
12, 1934 issue of The Tele- north were, probably even at around the lakes were At the time the Lagergren
graph. that time, the holdings of a located the Johns Wynn and article was written 42 years
Mr. Truluck. He placed dam Sparkman plantations all ago he reported that: "Just
According to Mr. Lagergren's across Alligator Creek and settled very early. over the western corporationline wL
notes the oldest settlement I ft
of Starke State Road 28 4/
in the which is built a mill for grinding corn
county (now SR-l00) runs across a L
and it remained in operationuntil
recorded the U,S Mr. writes that
in Lagergren
survey wide clearing. It was settledby
Civil War. '
end of the
the
field notes was about two he came to Starke in 1879 (the one,Mr.Andreu in the dim i1'f{ '

miles southwest of Starke on During 1831 the section year The Telegraph was past, and one of his descen
land later owned by the J.W. established) and had the
lines, one mile apart were dants, Ira Andrea still owns a
Alvarez estate in the area of also run in the townships men- opportunity then to see what part of it and lives there. Portions -
what later became the now tioned, but a resurvey was was said to be the oldest and of this land had been
lilunU( Starke aIrport. made in 1853 and its notes largest sweet orange tree in under constant cultivation for
superseded those of the original this section of the state "the over 100 years which shows
This settler was named Geiger famous tree at Fort Harlee not
there is no wear-out to the soil
and the father of the survey. kbW fx, h
was excepted. The tree viewed by of this section." / raw w
late Noah Geiger who, whilehe In the later notes we find Mr.Lagergren grew on the old
lived was respected and mentioned only that the north-' Sparkman plantation "at the The land referred to by the
beloved as a sterling citizen" west corner of Sec. 20, Tp. 6, north end of Crosby Lake" writer is no longer a "wide Sunday School Picnic
cording to the Lagergren was "set in Crosby's field." and was said to be of enor- clearing" but is a heavily
article here are still Geigers The site for this corner is now mous size. populated residential area Oh. what Is so rare as a day in Juneor a Sunday School picnic at Kingsley( l.jke' The"
with the homes of Mrs. banners say, "Welcome To All, Kingsley Lake S.S." and "Methodist: Sunday School PUniv.
Gay, W.T Jackson family Orville and Orrin Husband Starke twins of long ago. are said to be in the picture, but it Is not
and many others located known where they are standing. The house in the background Is unidentified, but it perhaps
Point of view..i there. belonged to one of the early settlers around Kingsley Lake In the HMO's.()


Mr. Lagergren continued:
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East and southeast of located along the road, where ,

A Better SystemWith Starke can still in places, be travelers could get suppliesand
seen faint traces of the old have their worn-out draft
Newnansville to Middleburgroad animals exchanged for fresh

which once was a noted

one more major primary out of the time or money to enter all of them. thoroughfare of the state. ones.Editor's( note: Section 36 is e

the way in the Illinois voting Tuesday, This means that the results are limitedto Over it was carried the cotton the section in which the Santa

some observers are beginning to study the participants and are often mis- grown In Alachua and Brad- Fe Fire Tower is now located
to Middleburg,
the structure of these diverse contests leading. Only a small minority actually where ford Counties It was transported on and is east of the location of N

with a view to learning whether or not votes in the primaries sometimes less barges up Black Creek to the Fort Harlee the, which NewnansvilleRoad was also r

they are actually a good way of deter- than half of the registered voters. The St. Johns River and on to the located). on

mining the presidential nominees. cost is exhorbitant, and the physical seaport at Jacksonville.As .
In conclusion. Mr. Lager-
strain on candidates is almost intoler-
Drummond Arredc.ido was a Spanish gren wrote: "From the aboveit
Political Roscoe
writer
able. grant, the Newnansville Road will be seen that this sectionof x
believes there is mounting evidence that was probably in use long Bradford County is not as
they are not good. He is almost persuaded There is a mounting concensus among before Florida became United young as it is generally .j' :'

that they are about the worst political leaders and political scientists States territory. At the time thought to be. We know very ': '.'

method of arriving at the nominationsthat that some better system of nominating the Lagergren article was little of its early days but if a
written he said that in the would take the .
historian "
be devised-
candidates must k
could possibly be used. presidential "' ,
southwestern portion of Sec. trouble to delve into forgottenlore t
but what? 36. Township 6 "can still be find rti
he would, no doubt it
This year may mark an end to the present of trading "
seen signs a post well worth the trouble.
primary system according to Mr. Some have proposed a series of threeor

Drummond, and he believes this will four regional primaries about a week -- -. ..,

happen if something better can be foundto apart late in the spring. Mr. Drummond r'-'

put in its place.In believes this would be an improvementand
resolve of the problemsthat County Agents By .
would some ,
pointing out the disadvantages now becloud the state-by-state pri- BobbyTaylor I 'l.. Special Ed Students Begin TreePIlllltProjtJ.t

involved in this long-drawn-out nine- maries. But he asks: Notebook :

month period of hectic campaigning and J: Bradford High special education students plant a golden rain tree at the high si houl in the

piecemeal contests, the writer points to Why not a national advisory primaryand beginning ofa project to line Adklns: Street with trees. :More donors of trees are neededim>ne
these shortcomings: a restoration of the national conven- wishinglodonate a tree to the project may contact Robert :Milner president of the Itraillunl-.
Union Association for Retarded Citizens. The above tree was donated bv /ike;Nursery in Keystone
something like their originalrole zineb. maneb, captan,
tions to I'll delay talking about the using Heights
A large number of the primaries ?Such a primary would reflect voter Bradford County Fair, copper, or BravoNematodes .
force voters to make choices before they strawberry harvest and other
opinion far better than the separatestate are tiny A
have seriously made their minds vegetable activity until next
up
that
and would reduce the parasitic eelworms can
primaries
candidates involved. The week because I want to finish'
about the pre- time of campaigning. If results were discussing growing tomatoesin j cause severe damage. They OL71,1h7$[OOJW
opinion are usually un- abundant in most garden
primary surveys are
reliable because voter judgment has not decisive no convention would be likelyto the home garden;,: r ''soils.; 'Plants become stunted, .,.. ,'.. .. .' aCJDD
pass lightly over the verdict because of wilted and die. Injurycan
leading to a distortion and Certain varieties may
yet jelled. of the results.If both parties want a nominee who could tomatoes should be staked and usually be found by JVm0
misinterpretation
win. pruned.. Staking the plants examining roots for swollen,
keeps fruit off the ground and knotty galls or brown,, lyilllamS.llaasVeterans
a candidate does well, but not as
in this direction Drum- One sheared-off areasIntherow Service Officer
As a start helps to conserve space.
well as the polls had indicated he should
that to method of staking Is to drive a
he is deemed a loser and thereby hurt. mond suggests one way preparethe 6-foot stake into the soil :3 to 4 fumigation is a

In New Hampshire in 1972 Sen. Edmund way for reforming the process of inches from each plant, cheap, practical means of The Veterans Administration .

Muskie: led all Democratic candidates, choosing presidential nominees would be preferably before the plant is control. Open a trench 6 In- states that the Ti e.d

but because he did not lead Sen. George through a joint conference of the set. As the plant grows tie it ches deep where tomatoes are maximum interest rate on GI /
national committees of both parties. to the stake with string 4 to 6 to be planted. Dribble in Home Loans is now reduced
;McGovern by as much as had been predicted times during the season. Make fumigant at manufacturer'srecommend from nine percent to 8.15

he was publicized nationally as the ties just below the fruit rate. Fill the percent effective January 5,. i
having "lost" and it was downhill for Whatever plan such a conferencecame clusters. trench and sprinkle surface 1976
with it would have to be animprovt'ment with water. Wait at least
;Muskie from then on. up Removing the side branchesas seven days before planting. An increased supply of
over the present faulty they emerge reduces the mortgage money was attributed .
There are 31 presidential primariesthis system or lack: of system of state pri- number of fruit, but causes Blossom-end rot is a to this first reduction

year. and the next time around maries to select our presidential those produced to be larger nutritional disorder. Too little in GI loan interest rates since
there may well be 41. No candidate has nominees. and easier to find. Leave 2 to 3 available calcium, too muchor last March The decrease was i &
main stems to develop. too little water and pruning agreed upon jointly by the .
favor its development. This Department of Housing and
Tomatoes need about one can be corrected to some Urban Development. The
I What They're ThinkingA inch of water per week. If degree by spraying the plant reduced rate also applies to 4-lVers Study Government

rainfall is not enough, water with a solution of 4 FHA home loans.
plants thoroughly once a tablespoons of calcium These Bradford l-ll members are taking a iiui/ on information

recent poll taken by CongressmanDon diately with the development of nuclear week Heavy soakings once a chloride mixed in 3 gallons of The nine percent interest gathered during/ short course In itUenship Friday. .
week are better than many water. Spray twice weekly, ceiling rate on multifamily l-eb. 27, at the Bradford County courthouse
.
Fuqua| among his constituents indicated power plants.A light sprinklings. More one quart per plant. housing mortgage loans does
that voters may be more concerned frequent watering may be not apply to the VA, says the During the daylong session court clerk .ib Brown
than ever before about the large number favored a high tax on needed in sandy soils For best quality harvest Agency guarantees only Representative Frank \\imam', County ('onimissionerRalph
inefficient gas-consuming vehicles and especially in the first week tomatoes when fully redripe.If single family home mortgage Bryan Sheriff's Deputy Don Dentun. Telegraph|
problems of government. need be, they can be harvested reporter Peggy O'Neal; and oifiiiali
only three per cent favored raising the plants are set. loans including con- county spoke to the
when pink and allowedto group of about 40 4-H'ers on powers of the legislature and
Fuqua says that response to the poll price of gasoline in order to curb con For the home gardener the ripen in the home. dominiums.The couim. commission, drugs and responsibility, of the press.

was "overwhelming" and results pro sumption. Four per cent favored ration best means of controlling peak interest rate of 9.5 The group also toured the courthouse to I..arnariou'i functions

duu'd some very significant figures. By ing gasoline, even if it meant higher weeds is by cultivation. This Mature green or pink fruit percent during the 31yearstory of county agencies.ClayFestival'76.

far the largest vote was for increasing costs. can be done by hand or with a require a temperature around of the VA Home Loan
hoe or cultivator. Mulchingalso 70 degrees F to ripen properly. Guarantee Program was
Federal programs for the elderly, with In order of their priority, these are helps to keep weeds Place unripened fruit in a reached August, 1974. This is

over 83: per cent placing this first among the problems that people would like to down. well-ventilated place at room the 27th change in GI home Opens

their concerns. temperature. loan interest rate since this
nation take actionon
see Congress and the Some of the serious tomato began in June, 1944.
Over 82 per cent of those responding : 1. Reduce Federal spending; 2. Control pests are hornworms, fruit- Individuals program Friday in Orange ParkClay

favored legislation requiring Congressional inflation; 3. Control crime; 4. worms, aphids, leafmmers For a veteran buying a
5. Political pinworms, stinkbugs loopers nome with a JO,000 GI loan,
review of each Federal program Reduce unemployment; cutworms and mole crickets. Won't PayGarbage the quarter percent decreasein Festival '76 is set to leather work hand built and

every two years in an effort to eliminate reform; 6. Development of alternate Worm damage appears as VA interest rate could meana open tomorrow (Friday, wheel thrown pottery and

wasteful programs.Too energy systems.Of chewed out areas or holes in FeesFees savings of about $2,000 over March 19)) at the Orange Park Navajo weaving will be given
leaves, stems, or fruit. Aphids the life of a 30-year loan. Kennel Club, with more than in the Demonstration
much government regulation of those responding to the poll 72 per suck Juices from young tender will be charged only to 150 displays of arts and crafts Division.

business was a concern of 80 per cent cent opposed partial public financing of leaves and carry plant industrial municipal, out-of- Veterans Administration entire involving residents of the
and Senatorial election diseases. and commercial collection guarantees loans private county. An outdoors area of the
county
the and 66 cent Congressional
replying to poll, per leaders make to eligible Orange Park Kennel Club has
favored the establishment of strict campaigns in order to get stricter limitson Leaf miners and pinworms facilities users, the of Bradford county landfill County servicemen, veterans and As well as a first for Clay been set aside from the

wage, price, and profit controls if inflation private political contributions; and 71 feed within the leaf leaving Commission decided. widows. This year the Agency be County,of the the event promises to exhibits for the performing
one
does not level off. per cent opposed reducing the defense tunnels and darkened areas. expects to guarantee more Its kind in northeast largest shows of arts segment of the Clay
Florida
budget to use the money to help solve Stinkbugs suck Juices from Private or residential users than one-third of a million GI and southern Georgia Festival. Area choirs, bands,
fruits and according dancers
An cutworms chew of the dump will not be home loans, valued in excessof and karate performances -
important section of the survey economic problems.Now seedling stems and feed on $10-billion. to general chairperson are scheduled to
dealt with energy and nearly onethirdof leafy parts. Mole crickets charged although they will be Mrs. HA Patterson begin on opening day.
have been required to place a sticker on
that the problems
tunnel under seeds and
those said that offshore
responding more young
their vehicles to identify themas In the Show and Sell
oil identified, the biggest problem of all is plants and cause soil and rootsto Opening ceremonies at noon
drilling should be ,
permitted Bradford County residents. BCII Board Division, more than 90 spaces Friday will include
dry
and that additional funds should be to get something done about them. Only out. Commission discussed the have been assigned to crafts recognition of the longest

appropriated for the development of public opinion can accomplish this and A general-purpose in- adoption of a resolution to Meets displays with items for sale to resident of Clay County,

solar energy Another 20 per cent said such polls as the above may help to bring secticide applied at seven day allow fees to be charged at the TonightIt the public. A special show presentation of photo

the country should move ahead imme- the message to Congress. intervals will control most of county landfill site and plansto category. Bicentennial reproductions to the Clay
Division will
display items
these pests.. This spray or dust advertise for a hearing is expected that new Historical Museum, and
should contain two of the hoping to adopt it at the next chairman Bill Dodd will an- made in commemoration of performance by the U.S.
the nation's 200th
following Insecticides: regular meeting. Users of the nounce the appointment of birthday Marine Corps Bicentennial

malathion or diazmon, plus five waste collection centers committees at the regular For history buffs, an an- Flag Pageant and cutting the
pR10 methoxychlor.TDE, or Sevin. around the county will not be monthly board meeting at tique and historical display Clay County Bicentemal Cake.

Application should be soon charged for use of the com- Bradford County Hospital division promises coverage of The festival will
0 milijip4 after a rain or overhead pactors there according to tonight (Thursday, March 18)) over a dozen subject dealing Friday 12-6 be open
,
Irrigation. pm. Saturday 10
N commissioner Ralph Bryan.
actor Administrator Dick Ed. with the history of Clay a.m. till 8 p m and Sunday 1

per y Some of the most serious Industry, municipalities, mondson said that althoughthe County according to division p.m. till 4:30.: There Is no
out-of-county residents and chairperson Molly Pritchard. admission
p diseases!:: of tomatoes are early agenda for the meeting is Each of the chargeI'UII' .
C1e'a BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER and Idle blights leaf spots commercial garbage collectors not made until the afternoon incorporatedcities i
qT/ON may not use the compac up of the county will
PublIShers wilts and viruses. Leaf spots of the board meeting he
said but must construct their
tors. Bryan use own historical
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post OffIce at Starke. Fla under Act can sprays usually or dusts.be controlled Wilts with and the county landfill for a drop is for expected permission to to ask advertise the board for displays in addition to individual II $ -.;;. $-lI !i

of Much 3, 1379 viruses must be controlled by off point. bids on the following items: showings of antiques
Subscription in trade area: $6 per year: S3 50 sue rrjontha No decision was reached on and historical matter.
other means such as use of eggs dairy products laundry The first
$7 : 14 00 sin months. which days of the week the silver dollar was
Outside trade area: per year andsome
StarkeFIa resistant varieties. It is Im- landfill site will be open, how bakery, fuel oil oxygen Live demonstration of coined In Philadelphia PennSylvania .
Phone <*Vi at> portant to spray regularly ex'er. insurance items. weaving, candle making in 1794! '


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Church CHURCH of ACTIVITIES God: Sunday vices 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. stopped by Wednesday night LAWTEY in-law and daughter, of Pen- visited their cousin, Mrs. Dobbs Jr. and children ofJacksonville
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 for a visit with his parents, sacola, for two days and then Flossie Rosier, on Friday.Mr. visited their
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. p.m.Northilde Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. By Elizabeth Terry spent a week with her daughter and Mrs. R.W. Bryan grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: School Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Loca Raulerson spent Mrs. John Roden, and and Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Arlie Dobbs, Sunday after

p.m.Evergreen YPE Friday Baptist 7:30: Sunday p.m. vices 11 10 a.m.a.m. Worship and 7 p.m.Ser- four daughter days with, Mr.her soninlawand and Mrs. Mrs. W.S. Crews and her Mrs.W.F.Atwood,and family They children stopped of Shreveport for another visitof La. Williams Quarter and Horse sons, attendedthe Consignment noon.Mrs. Geneva Redding of

School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 John Petrey and family, of mother, Mrs Pierce Crews, on Saturday. They were Sat two days with the Davies on Sale in Quitman, Ga. on Wildwood, Mrs. Allene Arm-
vices 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. Arcadia.Mr. attended World Day of Prayerat urday overnight guests of their way home. March 6. strong, and Mrs. L.N. Mc-
Prayer Meeting Wednesday p.m.7 and Mrs. James High- Faith Lutheran Church on their sister, Mrs. Pierce Friends of J.B. Gaskins Mrs. Maines Griffis and Clellan, of Lakeland, were
PTA NOTICE note of Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. Friday. They served refresh- Crews. They were Sunday regret to learn that he is a surgical children of Palatka spent the guests of Mrs. Flossie Rosieron
p.m.Faith Baptist: Radio The Lawtey PTA will meet Roy Highnote( Miami Mr. ments of cake and punch.Mrs. dinner guests of their brother- Alachua Gen- weekend with their mother Saturday.Mr. .
over WPXE Starke Pro.gram 8 Tuesday, March 23, at 7:45: and Mrs. Earl Phillips, Mr. W.S. Crews brought her homeon in-law and sister, Mr. and eral Hospital, Gainesville.Our ,Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, andsister and Mrs. Hertnie Kelly
A
a.m. Sunday. Sunday School p.m. Title I Advisory and Mrs. Phillips, and Saturday.Friends Mrs.Waldo Pringle,of Worth- prayers are with him. Mrs. Daisy Boch. Mr. visited Miss Arthurine
10 t a.m. Worship Services 11 Committee meeting will be Mrs.O.J Phillips were Satur- of Harold Eunice ington Springs, and visited Mr.and Mrs.John Henley of and Mrs. Lynn Boch of Jacksonville Blanchard in Baptist Memorial
a.m. and 7:30 held preceding the PTA meet- day evening dinner guests of regret to learn that he is a their sister Mrs. D.L. Shaw, Edlnburg Pa., Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Virgil Hospital,Jacksonville, on
Meeting Wednesday p.m.7:30 Prayer. ing.Plans her son-in-law and daughter, patient in St. Vincent's of LaCrosse Sunday afternoon Nelse Nelson, of New Castle, Griffis and children, of Tuesday.Mr. .
Bible Study. : p.m. are being made for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins, Hospital, Jacksonville Our Pa., and Mrs. C.E. Titus of Palatka, were their Sunday and Mrs Hubbard Har-
Grace United Methodist the observance of a Bicenten and family. Later on Mr. and prayers are with him. Mrs. Ola Mae Rowe was a Hawthorne, were Sunday dinner guests. ley and Mrs. Mattie Miley of
Sunday School 9:45 : nial Festival Week starting Mrs. Coleman Phillips and We are glad to report that Sunday dinner guest of Mr. dinner guests of their relatives James Hall Sr. of Ormond Bushnell, spent the weekend
Services 11 a.m. Worship April 5. The school faculty is family,and Mr.and Mrs. Les- Sidney Harbin Is better. H.L. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beach, and Charles! Hall, of with Mr. and Mrs Wayne
Choir Practice a.m. and 7p.m. developing the activities to be lie Phillips and family came Barfield went to Miami to visit Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman Lee. Other guests during the Inverness, stopped by to see Massey and family and other
United 7pm carried out in honor of thenation's for a VIsit. Mr. and Mrs. him Sunday. and sons spent the weekend week were Mr. and Mrs. Al his son and daughter-in-law relatives.
) Methodist ,
Wednesday Fellowship 8p.m. 200th anniversary. James high note went home Mrs. Mary Sellers and her with their cousins, Mr. and Manson and daughter,of Pen- Rev. and Mrs. Jim Hall, Jr., Mrs.Fred Moore was a Sunday
Highland Saturday night, but Mrs. Roy sister, Mrs. Onie Thornton, of Mrs. Roy Smith, of Seville. sacola. and family on Monday. overnight guest of her sis
School 10 Baptist: Sunday PERSONALS Highnote stayed for a longer( Auburndale, visited her son- Mrs. Barry Watts and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dobbs terInIawMrs.. Fred Boyer,
a.m. Worship Ser Wesley Thomas of Live Oak visit. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Ben McCully visited her son- Walker of Crescent City, ,and children, and Casey of Fairfield.\

-- Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harvey

I ....- .. .. .. .. _HEAVY_ _DUTY_ _LAUNDRY._ and weekend son, of with Perry their, spent parents the,

fiWISK Mr.and Mrs.Charles Starling
' t DETERGENTn and family, and other rela-
50 FOOD I tives.
1 OFF HALF .89 (111111:111.: i Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach of
GALLON Jacksonville, and daughter
I i
I OFF Mrs. Sharon Roberts, and
I W""TH'' COUPON AT.'ANT"'en'' .0"0BYONU WID..MA"CN Il'. girls, of Lake City, visited
I CRISCOSHORTENING wo IIONE MA"CH FOOD 0"0.14,1.7..TOIACCO L'M'T-t' OP RIOOUCT IACH CINTI UCLUD.D.OrP COUPON WITH' A.,.:0::. I their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J.F. Robertson, Sunday afternoon -

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Mrs. Flossie Rosier spent a
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i 2O < Allene Armstrong, and other
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WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTMV MIDI THRU' week. While there she
attended

wan MARCH 24,t T .LIMIT-I Of IACH-w;. OR STARKE, i I
MORI FOOD GIlD....TOIACCO.aoouca IXCLUOID. OFF ANY SIZE the Lawrence Welk
I" WIT"" IS COUPON AT P.NTHV' MIDI Oft O'd STORK KID, Show on March 8.
! ....... 320 SOUTH HMgHM H W.D..CH2..t.7.L'.IT-'O..UC"C.NT.O' .. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
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I I.t. - A. r w [ Blanchard at Baptist Memorial

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Super EveryPayLowPrrce Mr. and Mrs.Willis Starling
of Baldwin, visited their bro-
ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
SUGAR CUREDSMOKED SAVE SAVE SAV SAVE Hubbard Harley, and nephew
i, BEEF 31L1 31L/ FULL CUTBONELESS 3111 and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
BONELESS BEEF BEEFSTEAK Wayne Massey and family,

SIRLOINSTEAKS SHOULDERSTEAKS Saturday Mr.and night.Mrs.C.K. Cowan of

1 / Jacksonville, and son Bryan,
of London, Conn., were Saturday
overnight guests of their

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OR ROAST Mrs. Mabel
SHANK PORTION BUTT PORTION Boyette spent
the week with her soninlawand
U.S. GOVT. / U.S. GOVTINSPECTED daughter, Col.\ and Mrs.
< U.S. GOV T Wm. Wilson. Their Sunday
68 78 INSPECTED guests were their soninlawand
i CORN FED LB INSPECTEDCORN CORN FED daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
FED LB George Breslin and Elizabeth,
of Jacksonville.
Friends of Bill Fatsinger of
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Wilkison, regret to learn
ion that he was seriously injuredin
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wreck last
LOTS OF a Friday night
BONELESSHAMS Pork Loin CHUCK YELLOW GREEN and is in intensive care in
CHICKEN Tampa General Hospital,
a1I.00. .. At_...I'NId1 CI. CHOPS ROAST ONIONS CABBAGE Tampa. Our prayers are with
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him.
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J ::O.:a. 44 '" 324" 3 La Sl29 'LB her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
=:=:. L8J AVG. 7 BAG Carl Prevatt, went to the doc-
tor in Gainesville Tuesday.
While there they visited their

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HAMBURGER BUTTERLOAFBREAD ENGLISH TO DEODORANT SHOWER BASIC Golden RipeBANANAS CALIFORNIA weeks being hospitalized with a broken for leg.three

HOT DOG ROLLS Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Bryan
BROCCOLI
MUFFINS BODY TALC NON AENOOL AMTI-'ANT' visited their brotherinlawwho
Pr is a patient in the hospitalat
BPac89: 2/ PKQ 3'/$1'' a'NUTSAL c xleo $119 49 Albany, Ga., on March 7.
OF e 30& BUNCH Mrs. Ola Mae Rowe visited
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail

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Congressman Don Fuqua, an
SAVE SAYE SAY SAVE ardent supporter of
"Government in the Sun-
CONTADINATOMATO 38c 30 : : 11 PRIDECauliflower 11 shine", said March 3 a Sun-
shine Bill approved this week
ARM & HAMMER by the full Committee on
Government Operations is a
LAUNDRY "giant step toward throwing
Brussel Sprouts & open the doors of the people's
business" on the Federal
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"The very concept of
democracy implies open
government," Fuqua said,
FROZEN "where the people can par-
| ticipate or at least know what

CAN 70oz 10oz actions affecting' their lives
are being taken.

The Congressman, a

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.... sponsor of the bill which will
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LIBBY'S CREAM .lyi.tFYNE .. ,rA including the Executive
GRATEDTUNA HHUNTWIS / FRUIT of to
TASTE Corn TEA Branch government,
CORN /COCKTAIL3$1 open their meeting to the
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ICMAM STYLI A moif urnst
I Closed meetngs he explained -
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I WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE I WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PMIOI 99 Fuqua pointed to the
1 CASH OR Old/ STONES WEO." MAR./r, THRU | I CASH om o/d STOKIS NED' MAR IT, THRU I 40. .2 89 success of Florida's Sunshine
LJ! Law and said he will
continueto
WEDNESDAY' MARCH 24, 1111.; '11III WIQMCSOAT MARCH 14, 1.71. CANS
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PTA MEETING SPELLING BEE please). We will try to reach Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hodge ""''' '... ." ..,-,", .
SET FOR MONDAY Students at Brooker Ele- some agreement as to when it and children, and Mr. and .< 1\\i JII'#'.!/ ., 1 This week we are pleased to children in the "Explorers I"
Usually the PTA meeting is ftenUry School will have will be convenient. Mrs. Orea Prescott and I' <..,\ .. name the 4th and 5th grade Club" agreed that the nurses and :
held on Tuesday but this {ff\eif Spelling Bee on Tuesday, LIGHT VOTE daughters were Sunday > ff1J ic., .;. "' l students who have acheived visit was both informative I I
month's meeting will be held larch! 23. The winner willAanpete Only 144 votes were cast in dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,;;>, ,'<'''' outstanding grades this past '"Explorer
Monday, March 22, at 7:30 in the County Spell Precinct 15A at the Brooker Paul D. Prescott. ;, ., / six weeks. They are: Mrs. Club members I:
p.m. Everyone is urged I to (I5>g Bee to be held later in Community Center on Tues Mrs. Ruby Hodges, accom- ,) Harrell's 4th grade Donna are: Robin Stern, Lenore
attend. rt tarke. day,March 9.We hope I to havea panied by her daughter Mrs. Thornton, LeAnn Flynn; Mrs. Welty,Lori McKinney, LeAnn I:
SCHOOL better showing in the November Velita Lovelace, and her Harpers 4th grade, Michelle Flynn, Donna Thornton,
Students NEWS CEMETERY CLEANING General Election. daughter, Mrs. Velita Ann l Harrell, Mary Lou Guisto, Kristy Johns, Kelly Carver, I''
in the classes of Mr, and Mrs. Otis Tetstone Hunt, both of Gainesville Johns and Lori Ann Johns. Club i
Cindy Sysskind, Kristy ;
Mrs.
Ivey Mrs. Moses, Mrs Have\ PERSONALSMr. attended stork is Mrs. Virginia Ii
Scott Had offers to help fromJW a shower given Mrs. Shinholser's 4th grade, sponsor
and Mr.
Ezell will havea and Mrs. Michael Cast-
for Mrs Glenn .
people for cleaning the Davis in Jack Winkler, Lori Ann Simpson.Thursday i
Clare
field trip today (Thursday len and Josh, accom- Ms. I
) Port Call Cemetery, about son sonville last Friday evening. Lynda Feb. 12, )
I to Gainesville" to see the seven\ ,miles from Worthington panied by Mr. Castlen's bro- Mr and Mrs.Glenn Davis of .I Johns Gravel Lori Kelli McKinney Carver,; Mrs.Dwtcan's Cyndee Lawrence's second i,
movie, 1776. They will take Springs toward Fort White. ther Jeff, travelled by air Jacksonville were Sunday Barbara and third graders walked to ''i
a picnic lunch with them. from Long Beach, Calif. to 5th grade Office and the I
2W have" decided to set dinner guests of their grand Aaron Marla Darly, Tammy the Starke Post '
Saturday: ,May is, as the time, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cast.len's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Richards Linda Underhill, new Starke Public Library.
Hoping that others will Join in Spencer, Tenn. Theyall Hodges.!! The class was accompaniedby
Donna Prescott, Jeff Powell,
Henry Block has then travelled by car for aweek's and Ms.
G Mlerrt.If Little Scott Douglas, son of Sweat Mrs. Thompkins' Ms. Jane Watson
17 you Would like to help, but visit with their mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest (Pete) Johnny 5th ; Daryl Carolyn Eaves.
reasons why grade
I Hm't keep this date, please Mrs. Joyce Castlen, in Douglas, celebrated his sixth Lillian Stump, local president of the Bradford County unit Nasworth, Doughs Glover, Previous to the trip, the
you should come Arite 'to Otis Tetstone, Brooker, arriving here March birthday on Monday, March of the American Cancer Society, chat with actor Leif Erik- Charlotte Coley, Gary Perry, children had spent several I
Pro<*er. Fla.] 32622, or call 5. They returned'home on the son during the society's statewide kickofF held recently In Pete Richardson, John weeks studying the use of the
to us for incometax 85-1134 (no collect calls, following Saturday.Spring 15.Sympathy is extended to the Tampa.In Bennett. Kenny Plemons. library, the postal system and II

help. .-....- --- ... ..... family of Mrs. Vesta Jeanette upcoming months Miss Stump will lead the local Cancer Billy Aaron, Curtis Griffin, letter writing. ''I
Litchfield, who died Sunday Society volunteers toward a contribution goal of 4568. Mary Anderson, Theresa While at the library, many I
: : ,Sale March 7, in Orlando. Inter- Murphy; Mrs. Register would of the children who alreadyhad
ment was in Antioch Ceme- the library cards,checked out
like commend following
to
: SOD tery Wednesday, March 10. Parent Fined In AssaultOn 5th grade students;' Carmen books. After touring the Post
it Attending the funeral from Eaves Lori Flynn and Robin Office, each child mailed a"
Brooker was Mrs. Theo Dyal Stern (for continued out- Valentine to his "Secret Pal.
Mrs. Grace Barry, and Mr. Brooker PrincipalA standing scholarship this first The children expected to
}I Ir91.w.rr A ST. AUGUSTINE 9C and Mrs. Paul D. Prescott. semester. receive their Valentine's at

Ft. 36-year-old Brooker struck him during the incident Robin Stern is a member of school the next day.
Reason 5. If the IRS should Epps Appointed... parent pled guilty in Bradford which l took place as Vellenga the Explorers Club at SS. She To celebrate Valentines Dayat
call you ,in for an audit H&R 12Sq. County Court to bare assault was teaching a physical edu- has been writing a special Southside, we had on
Block will go with you.at no CENTIPEDEPicked Harold Epps Starke's representative Thursday, March 11, of cation class that involved students report on the heart. The display a castle constructedby
additional cost Not as a legal A Up Ft. to the North Florida Brooker Elementary School from the grades two, American Heart Association a group of 3rd grade boys
representative but we can -'"'- Regional Planning Coun- Principal Phil Vellenga. three, and four. supplied her with many and made of all kinds of
answer all Questions about Robbie Stone fined Stone was apparently irate add goodies, cookies and .
cil (NCFRPC), has been was $51 pamplets and pictures to outside
how your taxes were Hayes LandscapingHours appointed to the Council's on the misdemeanor chargeby because the Division of Fam- to her presentation for the Cookies formed the ,
prepared Board of Directors. Bradford County Judge ily Services had been told of club. trimmed in valentine heart
& Epps joins the is-member Elzie S. Sanders in court Friday bruises on Stone's daughter, This class has been doing a candies doors flanked by
H&R BLOCKTHE Nursery board at its next monthly March 12. seen by school personnel. study on alcohol, tobacco and candy canes, even turrets oneach
meeting March 25 in Lake Vellenga was not injured in Judge Sanders said narcotics. They have enjoyed corner, upside down ice
INCOME TAX PEOPLE 8-6 Tues Sun Located 1V, Mile N. Of Melrose On SR 21 Butler. He will continue to the incident in which Stone t tout teachers are under statutory several films and filmstripson cream cones, with a red flag
118 N WALNUT ST 9648236 475-2145 serve on the NCFRPC Clear- at the principal several obligation to report any inci- drugs. They have also flying emblazoned with a
i inghouse Committee. times but never actually dent of possible child abuse. brought in current events to white heart. The castle was
-- share about drugs. The completed by having-
American Cancer Association shrubbery around it, green
I- furnished them with comic gum drops!
I' 0 books and pamphlets on the Goodness, it was hard to
N dangers of smoking.In LOOK at the castle and not
c
& social studies they are EAT it! The CASTLE was
I- enjoying studying about the made by the following 3rd

: GREAT BUYS aa FORMARCH events leading to the grade boys: Lewis Johnson
American Revolution. Someof George Smith, Arnold Evans, ,
their special study topics Andy Nguyen, Huan Nguyen, '
have been Boston Massacre Charles Strickland, Herbie
A Boston Tea Party, Green Cooper, Eric Starling. I'
Mountain Boys, Minutemen, Teacher in the Spotlight this
tftJ centers and some of the outstandingmen week is Southside Kin- ,
family
of this period; Ben dergarten teacher Mrs. q
Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Laurie Mullins: I was born !I
SHOPPERSU. George Washington and Paul and educated in Ocala, Fl.
Revere. where I graduated from high
The "Explorers Club," school in 1945. After receivingmy 1
3 Qaao( ELIaoaa$ made up of advanced studentsat AB degree in ElementaryEd
Southside Elementary, from Duke University I 1
enjoyed a visit by two married my high school j
S. 301 S, SHOPPING CENTER Starke Fla.Open registered nurses. At the Feb. sweetheart Bob Mullins, and ",

Mon yyg 9 to &_ Thurs Sat j 9> to 9' Sun 12 to 6' 6 meeting of the club, Mrs. moved to Auburn, Ala. Here I
Hildreth and Mrs. Rihard, earned a M.S. degree in Elem. ,.
both employed by the Public Ed and taught 2nd grade in
Zoo Pattern Junior Size Size SML Health Dept., explained the the local school while Bobby
responsibilities of nursing to worked on his veterinery
MEN'S the interested children. degree. We lived one year in
PREWASHEDJEANS The club members saw a Jacksonville,where our oldestson
INFANTS demonstration of several Robin was born, before 1
medical techniques and moving to Starke. I
$ $8 practiced taking blood When we moved to Starke in
LEISURE $ fi88 pressures under the careful 1954 Bobby opened the Starke

HIGH CH AIR I $ supervision of the nurses. Veterinary Clinic and I began
Q88Various II Each child was able to listento teaching 2nd grade at Starke
his own heartbeat. All of the Elem. I transferred to
Southside as 2nd grade
SHIRTS
No 13-241-002 Peg.S2088 a Youth teacher when the school was
Styles Reg. $1288 Reg. 988 InjuredIn built in 1959 and have seen it

grow from six teachers at the
2-Car Crash beginning to the present 30! In I
Magic Color 1967 when the kindergarten i
Polyester Knit Mix or Match program began in Bradford
Richard Gaines
CHARCOAL 13-year-old County, I became certified in
Reg. of Slarke received a broken childhood the
Jackets early at
MEN'S hand and a slight concussion University of Florida and
TVFMANTENNA $799 in a two-car collision at the intersection pioneered our kindergarten
of East Call Street I
program here. Through the
SR-230) and Bessent Road
( I have represented the
LEISURE last Wednesday, March 10, at years faculty on the BEA and PTA

$ 88 10 Lb. 83 Pants 5:58 Bradford: p.m.Gaines.was County admitted Hospital to the for secretary boards of and District served IV FEA.I as.


Bag Bag WEAR $900 treatment. He was released whether enjoy it be creating activities things for '
Sunday, March 14.
children, Christmas cookies,
Three other persons in the
or needlework and crafts.
two vehicles were treated and
Sewing and needlework are
Armstrong 28 Quart Men's Cowboy Style which released happened after the almost accident In my hobbies and I like to try
each new craft as it developes.
front of the hospital. Terry i
activities in the
Style No. 8843 Gaines, 20, was treated for My
Methodist Church have been
FOAM minor cuts and bruises. Mike
FLOOR WORK varied but through the years I
Sherman 18, was treated for
have continued to teach
$1988 cuts and bruises. Ricky Johns, a
Sunday School Class. I
am
also treated and released
was
currently serving as Church
$144
ICE from the
emergency room
$288 School Superintendent.
According to the Starke
No. 9634
11 Style Scouting has been a family
Police Department, a 18
ILL for I
BOOTS Chevrolet sedan, driven by project many years.
served as den mother for 6
CHEST Sherman, apparently made a
ee $1588 years as my sons Rob and
Reg. 1 left turn Into the path of a 199
9 Sq. Ft. Reg. $399 Ford Mustang driven by Glenn were in Cub Scouts and
proudly watched them goon to
Terry Gaines. The youths are
all from Starke. become Eagle Scouts! I have
Colgate Or Crest Golden T Patterned Double Knit Police listed damage total been a leader in Girl Scouts,
ing $4,500 to the two cars. troops and summer day camp,
for 10 years and received the
Capt. W.S. Rhoden investigated
Gateway Council award in
LIGHT MEN'S Appreciation of outstanding
TOOTHPASTE $788 service last year.
My family are boating and
53C camping buffs and throughthe

years we have exploredthe
BULBS waterways and cam-
7 Oz. 68C SLACKS pgrounds of Florida. Duringthe

last few summers we have
Tube Reg. 1288
taken extended camping
Of 4
eg.88' Pkg vacation trips to see the USAin

our camper trailer.
Ask My family has shrunk from
Mesh One Gallon 8. when my 2 neices and
Numbered Solid
Charley nephew lived with us, to its
KEROSENE present 3. My 2 sons and
-, daughter-in-law are all attending
Reg. $7" MEN'S GAS the University of

$1 77 Florida at the present time.
$ O88 Johns
My daughter Patty, a 9th
LAMP grader at BUS, my husband, 6
TEE SHIRTS cats and I still live on road 100

$588 CAN bout This Question: rear Southside School.

"A tornado, fire,
or
No. 2K L $ Menu for the week
Reg. 2'9 explosion often leaves a ofMarch29April2Monday
3"
Reg.
building a twisted mass

of lumber, pipes and ; hamburger on a

masonry. It may cost bun lettuce and tomato, corn,

Disposable 4,000 Lb. Capacity Quaker State $2000 or more just to peaches, milk.Tuesday .
clear the : pig in a blanket,
debris
from
boiled beans, cabbage slaw,
BIC SUPER 10-W-30 the site before rebuild- applesauce, milk.Hdneday .
ing. Must a fire policy be : chicken and
JACK
endorsed to cover the noodles, half peanut butter
cost of debris removal'" sandwich, peas and carrots, a
BUTANE BLEND half orange, milk.
. licSTAND $317 50 Charley E. Thursday: macaroni and
cheese, a half egg turnip

J JOHNS AGENCY greens, banana cake, corn
LIGHTERS OIL bread, milk.
Reg. M49 Reg. M" Limit 12 131 SO.WALNUT ST Friday: sloppy joe on a bun,
PHONE _94-3O7O! french fries, corn, trust cup,
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LEGALSIN Obituaries SENIOR CITIZENS --Joe Kerrigan. . . e e e . . . . a . HAMPTON AREA


"Oh The Wearln' 0' The jokes, and Lewis Smith made gates, and voted yes to setting Is a refresher course on geography

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Green,, and Irish love songs the day by telling some good up a permanent coalition organization and history, and Is NEWS
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- were sung In commemoration ones In Region 3. We had very interesting. A vote of

CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 1\lrs.Sarah Lawson of St Patrick's Day, March Vice President Bill a great response from than thanks to Santa Fe Senior Citizens .
BRADFORD COUNTY.IN 17. 'at the Starke Senior Citi- Richards rounded up volun- organizations and we College Community Project by Josephine Fontaine
zens Club last week. As is well teer hosts and hostesses for the editors of the Bradford and Bob and Ann Baker
RE: The Marriage of DON- Mrs.Sarah E. Lawson,63, 01 known, the irish love their the State Bicentennial Exhibit County Telegraph, Times- for their dedication in bring- LOOKING FOR WORK? blooming on their classroom
ALD EUGENE GILL, Husband'mitloner Route 2, Starke, died Monday at the Bradford County Fair, Union and Gainesville Sun for Ing these Informative tours by Bob Green 01 the State Em- windows.
and JACKEY morning, March 15, in March 31 through April 3. coverage. movies and slides.A ployment Service will be at The first, second and third
PREVATT GILL Wife/Respon. Jacksonville following a long Those who volunteered for Elda Gherkins Is a new movie will be shown at the the Hampton City Hall on grade classes recently com-

dent. Illness. this service are Della Speed member of the club, and visi- Bradford County Library Wednesday,March 24,from 10 pleted a unit on transportation. -
Mrs. Lawson was born in and Yola Vestal, Wednesday, tors at the last meeting were "The One and Only Original a.m. till 12 noon. Anyone interested They read books and saw
NOTICE OF SUIT Avoca, New York; she lived In March 31, from 10 a.m. till 6 Joann Mack, and John and Family Band," a Walt Disney In employment may films on the various methods

NO PROPERTY Starke for 30 yea,. Mrs. p.m. Adelle Reedy and Joann Adelle Reedy We are elated production, on Monday, see him at this time. 01 transportation. Many or
Lawson operated a beauty Mack from 5 p.m. till 11 p.m to have these good people at March 29, at 3:15p: .m. them drew pictures showing

ToJackey: Prevatt Gill shop for many years. She was Thursday, April I, Betty our meetings. There ill always We will meet at the Holiday CLUB NOTICE their favorite method of trans-
address unknown a member 01 the Madison r Watkins and Sophie Fisher, 1Z room for more. Glad to see Inn on March 23 at 11 a.m. for The regular meeting of portation. Last week they

Street Baptist Church. noon to 6 p.m. Peg and Walter Karl and Ada Holst. Thanks lunch provided for by club Hampton Senior Citizens Club began a series on the five

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Survivors include her Richardson from 6 p.m. till 11 for the beautiful cushion. member Walter Hoffman, a will be held Friday, March 19, senses. So far they have seen
husband M.L. Lawson three
that an action for dISSOlution of ; ; Hope your health Improves retired 50-year member of the at 7 p.m Walt Disney films giving
marriage has been filed against Ions Marvin: Henry O. Lawson, .6i earll"C p.m.Friday, April 2, 12 noon till 6pm. with the warmer weather. Brotherhood of Electrical The regular Craft Class detailed drawings and ex-
L. Lawson and David
you and you are required to E. Lawson all 01 Starke two ., Hazel and Bill Happy wedding anniversary Workers Union, AFL.CIO, meeting will be held Wednes- planations of all parts of the
serve a copy of your written ,Mrs. Pamela; .Q Richards; 6 p.m till 11 p.m., ,Alex and Emma Morton. after which we will return to day, March 24, at 2:30: p.m. in eye and ear together with
daughters: Dyal .
Lewis and Bernie Smith. "We Love You Truly" was the Recreation Center for our and appreciation
defenses, if any,to It on SHAW and Mrs. Sarah C. Johns both lIamptqn Recreation Center. proper care
KOPELOUSOS & HEAD AttOt- Saturday, April 3, 12 noon to sung in observance. Happy regular meetlDlZ. or these gifts.

nays for Petitioner, whose of Eva Starke Julia: Holm one sister 01 Mrs Sunday: Sunday School, 6 p.m., Peggy and Joe Kerri- birthdar' Della Speed! She Watch That Sun! PERSONALS The collage entitle "This Is
Tampa, 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, 6 till 11 John am 80 old and Means To Me,"
address is Lit West Call Stress and 10 ; gan. p.m. p.m., years Too much of the Mrs. Marion Veltman and What America
Post Office Box 1086. Starke, Funeral grandchildren services held 11 a.m.; Church Council, 5 Miles. never had a doctor's: prescription be dangerous and sun can the daughter, Linda, spent sev- constructed by the sixth grade
were painful
Florida 32091. and file the afternoon p.m.; Church Training, 6:15: OUr North Central Florida in my lifetime" American eral days with Mrs. Evelyn class under the guidance of
original with the Clerk of the Wednesday March p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: Coalition of Senior Citizens Arm Chair Travel Class Cancer Society Powell, Miss Susie Powell, Mrs. Carole Shields, is amaz-
in the Madison
17 Use
Street warns. hats beach
Court before went on record to elect a ended March 11, and will um- and of inspiration
above-styted on or brellas and Mrs Evelyn Vaughan. Ing a source
Baptist Church with Rev p.m.Monday and lotions to
safeguard
: Girl's Ensemble, standing committee 0111 dele- resume sessions on April 15. It through the
April 12. 1976. otherwise a judg- Denton Sumrall and Rev against skin Mrs Veltman, of Centralia, to those passing
ment may be entered against Jack Mabry officiating 6:40: p.m. ; Youth Choir, 7 p.m. cancer Ill!? Is Mrs. Vaughan's daughter hall at school. These children
you for the relief demanded in Tuesday: New Baptist are now studying American
Burial was in Crosby Lake
the !'mltlon. Cemetery with DeWitt C, Women's Group Organizational MORGAN ROAD St. Mark's First Christian Please call your news Items Indian culture They recently
WITNESS my hand and the Jones Funeral Home in Meeting at church BAPTIST CHVRCHSTARKE. to me at 468-1156. viewed a film on the Iroquois,
seal of said Court on the 8th day charge of services. 10:30: a.m.; Junior Choir, 3:30: FLORIDA Episcopal Church Church Pueblo, Plains and Shuswap

of March. A.D. 1976GILBERTS. p.m.Wednesday WELCOME SCHOOL NEWS Indian tribes.
: Family Night Rev Bob Thursday, March 18th: 7 The walls and windows in This class is presently en-
Past
BROWN Super, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Cooper, r p.m. Junior Choir Practice, Call at Christian St., Don D. Hampton Elementary School joying reading replies 10 their

AS CLERK OF SAID COURT Edgar O. Rawls Workers Mtg., RA's, 7:30: p.m. Senior Choir Staton Minister. reflect the Spring season. pen pals across the world.
By: Beulah MoodyDeputy GA's,Acteens, World Friends, Sunday Services Practice. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Mrs Earselene Zimmerman Letters have arrived from

Clerk Edgar O. Rawls Sr., 01 Mission Friends, 6:45: p.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Sunday, March 21St: 8:30: Communion and Morning and her fifth graders have France, England and Denmark .
3/11/ 4tchg 4/1 Keystone Heights, died "Hour of Power," 7:30: p.m.; Morning Worship and Services a.m. Holy Eucharist, 9:45: Worship, 10:45: ; Youth Hour, 6 decorated their "March IntoSpring" to date.
Adult Choir, 8:15: p.m. for the Deaf 11 a.m.; p.m; Evening Worship, 7
-------------- suddenly Friday morning, a.m. Church School, 11 a.m. with lovely spring flo-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF March 12, at his home. Thursday: Visitation, 9:30: Training Union 6:30: p.m.; Holy Eucharist. pm.; Choir Practice, 7:45: wers. Mrs. Jean Clark's first

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Graveside services were a.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Monday, March 22nd: 2:30: pm.Wednesday and second grade class en- Free SafetyInspections
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR held Monday morning at Saturday: Bus Ministry p.m. Girl Scout Troop no. 614. Bible study and titled their bulletin board
BRADFORD COUNTY Keystone Heights Cemetery Visitation, 8:30: a.m.; Youth Wednesday Service Wednesday March 24th: Prayer Meeting, 8 p.m.Women's "March Is Green" and have are
Visitation, 1:30: p.m.; Semi- Mid Week Prayer Service Council, Lydia
with Rev. LeRoy Lewis of. 2:30: p.m. Brownie Troop no. filled it with shamrocks and II I
Annual Assoc. Meeting and and Bible Study 7:30 Circle,Thursday night, March .
CASE NO.7649IN ficiating. DeWitt C Jones in : p.m.; 311, 6:30: p.m. Covered-dish everything green. Mrs. Er.nestlne I
charge of arrangements.Mr. Supper at Brooker Baptist Choir Practice 8:15: p.m supper & film "Empty 18 at Hampton, Kathy Tedder, Denmark's third Offered
RE The Marriage of Church, 5:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. 8p.m. have beautiful
: Rawls, 78, was born in Cities. graders tulips
PATRICIA G. HORSE Williston on Nov 2, 1897 and Free preliminary safety in-
Wlfel/Petitioner had moved from Jacksonville Ita. spections for local businesses
and to Keystone Heights in October ailca' mm E 1a-.LE DN SAlE in the near future Chamber or d
ROBERT HORNE Husband,Re- of 1975. He was a retired inaMi Commerce Director Bill Wilson -
seusi GU THURSDAY '.,DAY
spondent automobile salesman, a Navy 64 nu. iMiwem MMIIMMMMM. told the Board of Gover-

veteran of WW II, a member :d 1Rk; ,V II e: rJiaaII.JJ '1 AND sATURDAy nors Thursdal' March 4.
NOTICE OF SU IT- of Veterans of Foreign Wars y Valencia Community Col-

NO PROPERTY and the Barnett Lodge F&.AM lege In Orlando has been

of Jacksonville, and a authorized by OSHA to conduct .
ToROBERT: HORNE member of the Community the inspections to allow
BII''I SALE!
address unknown Church of Keystone Heights. NATIONAL businesses to correct safety
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Survivors include his wife, hazards before official OSHA

action for Dissolution of Anna Belle Rawls; a son, Inspectors file a report, Wilson -
Marriage has been filed against Edgar O. Rawls Jr, of said.

you and you are required to Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Tile names you now and "liS at lower than low prices' OSHA ill be looking harder
serve a copy of your written Cathy Ruth Sistrunk of New for serious violations, Wilson

defenses if any, to it on SHAW, Port Richey; a sister, Mrs. o In 'Fi said since the Congress told
.
KOPELOUSOS & HEAD, Attorneys Laura Hutchens of Charlotte, the federal agency that more
for Petitioner, whose N.C.. and four grandchildren. serious violations should be
address is 142 West Call Street, i\\ j :.iy; ?' found. Serious violations of

P.O. Box 1086, Starke, Florida Beware! t \ MEWS FAMOUS the act may draw penalties up

32091. and file the original with Notice a change in a wart or auclcsIlly to $10,000.

the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt mole? You could be getting a t SOLD FOR '1'IATlOllLLn An eight-hour safety course

on or before March 26. cancer warning signal. See your I-,,, I will also be given by the com-

1976, otherwise a judgment may doctor says the American Can- R 9 munity college upon request.
be entered against you for the C There will be in-
treatment no penalty
Early
Society +
cer
'' _' ;AV E 1.10'a
relief demanded in the Petrtion. could save your bfe. 5.8844C curred for violations discov-
WITNESS mv hand and the ADDTO ered in the preliminary in-
seal of said Court on the 20th A.A S .AAA +. 3.88 l spection. A report will be

day of February 1976.GILBERT LEGALSNOTICE DISCOUNT MICe WAS h,U rw tss[tk di Rt Ns 116ttveNEA's gIVen the, business to allow
Iii d correction or deficiencies
(
NSUTSAU 18111, MWiMi'tUrts
S. BROWN rp kp k before the official OSHA in-
INTENTION
OF Aft.10'r
As Clerk of Said Court tin 16% nV WEl IA nE arm
TO REGISTER sa = Ise l IIpN prrNtr taw Irt spection. In addition, an un-
By: Beulah MoodyDeputy [ iMdflp/1rs l2lii/i 9e hint flat sttrt NWeheeMlb identified will be filed
report
FICTITIOUS NAME I1Wl M>h 1 tl MIMn
Clerk 5 80 24.8 8 Ns cruse-
Pursuant to Section 866.09 with the Valencia Community
4tch Aker.SIBS, t, sun 1181LUISA
JE6 3/18------_ notice Is here- College to help collect data on
Florida Statutes, DISCOUNT MICe' wASI4l DISCOUNT MICe wAS 3N oiscown Mlia WASItU t
'
by given that the undersigned the success of the program.
BIII Lawis. P.O. Box 1126, Keystone "I 'r 'UII SIP LAS nUTNUT IEll1 RI UT 1IUAIII Inns 1 1tw Valencia Is one of only two
NOTICE OF INTENTION 'r i r31 L With IV in the U.S. autho-
TO REGISTER Heights Clay County, TTmuuf WUVE. l//TI OTT LEI LUVIII PI FL. ILAE ALIAL 311u agencies
rized to conduct these
Florida doing business under inspec-
FICTITIOUS NAME
1365.09 the firm name of "KEYSTONE TL tions. Wilson said.
Pursuant to Section Wilson also told the of
EQUIPMENT AUCTION, 4 group
Statutes notice Is SYL NIA alih
,
Florida
mles North of Keystone Heights r".,,, a proposed Air Force navigational -
that the un- Ili
hereby gIven
system site to be bUilt
dersigned George L. DeSha, on Hwy 21, Bradford County
Florida Intends to register said within the year near Florida
,
P.O. Box 29, Keystone Heights I II cf
'
bUSiness fictitious name under the provi- san 21% 4 SAVE 1.00 -. A %, State Prison on SH-16. The
Florida 32656, doing i
three-headed Laran site will
firm of sions of aforesaid statute. .1. UU WITS I
under the name I
"CRYSTAL ROOM COIFFURES Bill Levee sole 0Wt'I8f. Iii ii 1111. a1n WITI t 1.8 8 na employ four Air Force Jll.'rson.
this 16th of March, nel and five guards Wilson
Dated day 1
: Highway 21, Bradford O1WUAn/VUIn. I I DISCOUNT Pal1NrEAS WASR/ said.
A.D. 1976 at Starke, Aorida.
County Florida 32091. Intends 1ISIL 46-PS. SlYl1 1 gip"'' w rt 3/X /. h 11111$ { "

to register sand fictitiOUS name 3/18/ 4tp 4/8 E1/EE//ANINEN / .... .. ... ..... ..". .......r
-------------
under the prOVisions of aforesaid 49C 3a7"c4 7. /NM1 T1NN dIM e/dk
statute. INTENT TO CONSIDER .
NOTICE OF nudf Bern spetlettultS.llw'9
'IC' !WAS.ttWAS. Pala WAS 6-4i4* WANT ADS
George L. DeSha, sole owner. THE ADOPTION OF AN DISCOUNt.PRICE' DISCOUNt DiSeouNT
Dated this 9th day of March. RElATING TO ... sit TRaTNIT IT IAI/A n1A U MITI SRrUIU 4..' ,/
A.D t976 at Slarke, Florida. THE ORDINANCE TRANSPORTATION OF wills RPaStS FIIOTNN, USMT Situ IN EVISY IIZG $Af 11% VALUE PLUS! ... .......................

394tchg4/1/ GARBAGE AND REFUSE IN WIAA,111 IIAAIN615 IX. N, 41,11 All IN WATTS C .
-_------------ AND r""" -
,
BRADFORD COUNTY 3.44 6.88
NOTICE OF INTENTION ALL AREAS NOT WITHIN THE PERSON AL SERvICE
TO REGISTER BOUNDARIES OF ANY MUNICIPALITY "t" ti \ DISCOUNt MIC' !WAS 3,11 SOlD NATIONALLY AT..m

FICTITIOUS NAME IN THE COUNTY; i i i 'G,, s mm 1.1 U'I nlIYD nm IWSIS La$1AE JACIETSpH .... --
Pursuant to Section 866.09 PROVIDING FOR LANDFILL I "? Situ SNITS 1111.181. &1IIYI..m UMRICE'
Florida Statutes, notice is FEES: N new 4rNslst, wheat e1 hire ile till use Ie kites a.sr at'M REDUCE safe & fast with
hereby given that the un- $AT! 2/X e" It [aId 'IIyatW-Clltll, S to XL Ins''tkaa Nfl !prier Slit'! In... GoBese Tablets & E.Vap

derSigned Ann Lowe, At. 1. TO: ALL CITIZENS, TAX- ,, i VALU nos! "XL'ILUE "water pills" ANDREWS
Box 407B. Melrose Bradford PAYERS AND OTHER INTER- Il1MTEMS PHARMACY 356 W. Madison .

County, Florida, 32666, doing ESTED PERSONS. SAT AIASTiIEAMIit 4.8 8 Starke 3/18 2tp 3/25
business under the firm name of YOU AND EACH OF YOU are > / / /Z. _tt_ o b -- -
"HAIR STYLES BY ANN:' At. hereby and herewith given IOW DISCOUNT MIa f NEIBILEHOME MOVING: Also

1. Box 407B. Melrose Bradford notice in accordance with Sec- 7 59C 1.47IUIt UREA LEON 1, mobile home hUrricane an-

County Florida 32666, intends tion 125.66, Florida Statutes that DISCOUNT MIICI WAS tat dSCgJNT MIC! aiscWNT Paid WAS MI' NI NU 1JMwAS41 al t i chonng and mobile home roof
to regIster sand fictitiOUS name the Board of County Commissioners Peanuts Patellae4tM wk1 M rdWV coating. Oln's MOBILE Home
lily WMILU WW 1 11. PAMIAUUWAAE nsaN he fst.1.12.
gtal is
under the prOVISions of aforesaid of Bradford County Sarvoce.
l l 964-5606. St Rd.
ITEM TENPUU NI FLU 811T WI/I 110111/ Ilrat
statute. Florida at their Regular Meeting ILLTWSTL 31N $4. FT. AMCAM U ALUM 16W & Jct.. 233, Starke, Fla
Ann Lowe sole owner. to be held at 9:30: A.M. in the tfchg.

Dated this 9th day of March, County CommISSion Meeting 4 i - - -
A D 1976. at Starke Aonda. Room, Bradford County CourtHouse 1
3 11 4tchg 41CALLFOR Starke, Florida on Mon- CHILD CARE in my horne. Any
... age, full, or part time. Hot
day April 5th, WIll consider the GNStOW
------------- $ 1E't PUS! lunches fenced shady
adoption of an Ordinance $ ? yard.
ice/ ,
BIOS 9645610.. tchg 3/18
AN ORDINANCE relating to iUi
7.74
Sealed bids WIll be receIVed by Transportation of garbage and -- - -- - -
the City Commission of the City refuse in Bradford County and e wMR LOW DISCOUNT P11CemiT NEW GoSese Grapefruit Diet

of Starke: at the City Hall ins all areas not WIthin the boundaries N to LI/U IICII.I IlUt/ln "II PIIh eat satiSfyIng meals and
'" ke Florida until 7:00: of any municipality In the says 21% IIIEarUMAAiS WrT1 IIIL ULWIIU111 lose weight ANDREWS

u clock P M. on Tuesday, April county; providing for landfill % ,, VALUE ILUt1 un 14% N.'e canoe Lsn it.* tti TeI [vs a wlllt sttl 1tLUL PHARMACY 356 W. Madison -
6. 1976. at which time and place fees; providing for the person, 2.94 Irkfs 1/11 T.s is delve tasfatr wistlist 1341 Starke 3/18 3tp 4/1
all. b" s received WIll be publicly persons, companies and corpor- 1. 1.44 411.00 DISCOUNTMraWASJrT4 1a. su3N1t> 13i' vtsE - -- - -
and read aloud
opened on the
followIng Items. ations which shall be responSIble DISCOUNt PIIICI WAS3rt1 SUMS lOW DISCOUNT PIIICI DISCOUNt PlllCi WAS A44i11IA's sum Ins BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete
for a landfill fee; providing the sharpening service circular
FIRE AND CASUALTY INSURANCE vitiation of the ordinance be a PLUM VIUU Uri TIWD.I N IUIIOtUI .mu1 Wry WIITI lUll "u Nt l$UMII3 hand ,
THE INSURANCE VERSUS !AMA II llU1 UTD IUU U&IIE1 AA. lun I1A1U1U, Cedel eaMeN rile tk1L carbide chain mower
TO COVER GENERAL LIABILITY misdemeanor; providing that the 221144" "I 2/x11" IUD O1. $12'....-..-.. 1.64 un 11I1I ......IN.un v as s Nrb Mwa 1-IL blade hollow ground and
ordinance be liberally construed; r balanclld. Leave at Jackson
AUTO LIABILITY, FIRE
providing a severablhty clause; '4"a; LITER Budding Supply Starke or
INSURANCE AND BOND COV- providing an effective date. ....... 111'1 Keystone HeIghts. tfchg.

ERAGE YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN aum I'U' M 730mluu r -- -- -- -
Z, w
Specifications may be obtained NOTICE that a copy of said proposed IT. SPAta N 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes
at the City Clerks Office ordinance ia available for ) WASH-
and
mobile homes. 0180,
City Hall Starke, Aonda. 211.00 r : '
your inspection at the office of trI'lll( i; installed 9140' unnstalled.-
The said Crtv Commission the Clerk of the Circuit Court, wAS1W tt ''' GATOR MOBILE HOME
reserves the right to accept or ? JI/AIIPS
Bradford County Court House '
.. SERVICE CO. Ph. m.97fS7.
reject any or all bids. Starke, Florida. Un11%- -.I roan'i Gainesville. tfchg.

CITY COMMISSION OF EACH AND EVERY PERSON Whin! 1w __ 1t 'filU. Plilt -- -- --- ---
THE CITY OF STARKEBy' interest whatever In '
Merrill Edwards City Clerk the having enactment any of this proposed : Im 1.57 e111N166 KNOW YOUR Blood preewre

3/182tchg 3/25 ordinance should and be lATH 2 Day or Night, anywAsrelAccuRx
appear ..... 8 ==- DISCOUNT I'IICII WAS JoN "''ICI _I lOW DlSCOUNY MKeWMR checks 'WlII'ning
-------------- hoard at the tome and place .
. herein prescrobed. 1.97 row raseouNT MIa -. S a. IIAUIY J/T. Ir LnUU UU I IIUS 46446 II MrY.JIII""JAUIIIQ S sign" on the spexl 29.96 at
L you ask enough people, ill" Volt musts uu =:; /u1uIu TmN1 IRS A lTUANTI.uw.IUI. 1AUSM-NTTU LUAU Koch Drugs 3/11 5tchg 4/8/

you an usually find someone BOARD OF COUNTY COM-- wASA.it UN11 NIA-111111[ Uri 890 fk1II St..lg. ItntII 1bSN w Ud1S Sltryk. sght. N ISMSss IteW ItItcW DIM Ir heW taWAS.J.tI' ------------
who'll advISe you to do MISSIONERS 61111 IT vALMM WN Nell IIItt. malt "' alA 11-11. rut, ..tit 11m NL. REDUCE late & fast with

what you were going to do BRADFORD COUNTY, FLO-- GOB ESE TABLETS & E-VAP
anyway RIDA. 312 W. Madison St. PACK REG. 100'8 "water pills". Andrew Drugs

J, Funny-We.to"Funny Smith World, quoted I"J By 1tchg: Gilbert 3/18 S. Brown, Clerk 3 471 451 481 3/18 Keystone Heights. 1/29 8tp

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II""'"PERSONAL SERVICE t r fOR SALE 1 Floriland Realty UNITED FARM AGENCY. INC. oReaIFactsff1UiUtaIion

MOTORCYCLES J LOST AND FOUNDLOST 393 N. Temple Ave. .Reg. Real Estate Broker

... .... FOR SALE National 206 S.Water Advertising St.

SUZUKI OF STARKE- All property at: Faulkner-Broker"
Paul
ANTENNA TOWER SER-- authorized Suzuki Dealer.: Your FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 per Female short hair Collie 510 Cherry Street Irene Faulkner-Aasoc.964E065 [

VICE: We soil We Install. Phone 0.304 East Call roll, shingles 10.50 per sq., named Ginger. 4 white feet. 524 Cherry Streets

Jerry Agnew, Molroaa, Fla Street plumbing fixtures Fiberglass Last seen 1 mile South on 301. : Cherry Street

Ph. 4751414. tfchg.--- --- tfchg--- tub and shower enclosures. Call 9648261. Itchg 3/18 (Make us an offer) Real
------ -- THE BARGAIN CENTER. 301 - 3 bedroom frame house on 1
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HOUSES &TRAILERS FOR SALE: 1975 big Honda 500. South tfchg. 3 BR Corner Lot. $16.500 acre 18500.00 Term Estate
pressure Rev. - -
Redding only owner. ------------
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washed with chemicals. Wash Many extras, automatic lights FOR SALE: New & Uaed furniture ; 3 BR Comer Lot, $23,500 bedroom. brick nice auction V

away dirt and mildew. Guar fairing, crash bar, luggage new carpet & ( MISCELLANEOUS ) - t'
anteed. Ph. 473-2213. Cecelia
-FumJ.hed. TerwiUegar"Inflation
bauble.
tfchg. rack, etc. 1250. Can be Congoleum, cloth 30 cents 2 Big old houses; need rep. wile M/H..
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financed. 964-7561. 3/18 1 cent inch.
2tp yd., zippers per $17,000 Both.
and rising costs make it hard to set a rule on
AVON CALLING: To buy or ell- 3/25 THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 - the cost per square foot of a house. There are many

Avon. Call 756-2807 or write ------------ South tfchg. LOSE WEIGHT safeV end) faau 1 little house; need rep. $7,700 variables which hava to be considered in pricing, including
FOR SALE
: 1972 Suzuki TC-90
Loma Oyatt, P.O. Box :220 ------------ with X-11 diet plan $ .W. - the type construction,location of property etc.
Lake City, Florida tfchg. Street & Trail combination 82'x145' So. Walnut St.Will sell -.- -- ----.
FOR SALE 1 acre homesites Reduce excess fluids with X- Also costs of construction vary from one area to
bike. Good
------------ tires $175. Call condition 964-6642.new Itp Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W.: Pal$3.00, KOCH DRUGS 1/8 for less than assessed value.10ffx260 I |Wall Drilling}!, I another. The use of union or nonunion labor causes
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SEWING MACHINES repaired 3/18 of Starke on RD 100. Owner ICtchg 4/15 the price to vary. Also, the distance building materials
... Bldg. Lot; wiN sell have to be transported affects the cost. All of these
financed ItI ,
al makes cleaned, oiled and 964-6488 tfchg. ----------- .
------------ make offer 2" Thru 6"
an
part us
factors and others have to be considered when
.,. Work ------------ many
adjusted, guar-
anteed. James Strickland, FOR SALE: Mobile 'home l lots - I Fast Rotary' II I setting the price of a house.
100'K16O' Lot &
bldg. -
storage
We feel that we know the local market and can give
comer Morgan Road & Hwy. fOR SALE $95 down. Few lots still available MULTIPLE'LISTINGS
t J 8750. II I
16. tfchgALCOHOLICS in several subdivisions.Ph. I Drilling Equipment you an honest evaluation as to price. See us for all your
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real estate transactions.We .
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ANONYMOUS: - have several attractive homes to sell with excellent
114 Christian Street, Starke FOR SALE: One acre land, closeto MH, Lake Alto $6,800 3A Bessent Rd. $10,500. : financing.A .
tf9ATSON'SHOUSE
Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8 town but in the country. - : I p.ump'-\\ -----
OF VACUUMS 2 BR 1 $7.500
Starke acre,
p.m. Tues. 1 p.m. Women's Also 2 bar stools. Call 964- 3.34 A. So. en 301, Storage beautiful lot with furnished trailer on Hampton

Group. Call 9645709, 964- 6888. 1tp 3/18 Bldg., House & Sm. Office, I f Lake.
Many brands of new vacuums. Starka 3 BR, $14,500
5434 or 964-6894. 6/24 ------------ 50000.
16tp -----
Used machines available. New & Used
-- ---------- FOR SALE: 15 white Rock laying ... Corner store and filling station in the heart of Lawteyfor
all makes
Expert Repairs 2 BR 2
Starke, acres, $16,500 frame houses
hens and 2 roosters, $2 each. 12A &4 25000. "Sales-
sale.This is an excellent location and the owner will
Ear .
Piercing by R.N.-$8 00 Parts and Accessories for all Services a aI
782-3376 or 782-3188 after 6p.m. - finance. Priced to fit wallet.A .
Little Red Mushroom vacuums. Built. in central 2 BR MH on lake $22,000 E-Z Terms.Plumbing your
1tp 3/18 14A. 3 BR House $20.800.
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Lawrence Blvd. vacuum cleaning systems. 713 I I II sI
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Keystone Heights N. Main Gainesville 3767110.tf 3 BR very trailer well landscaped lot two neat
$25,500
FOR SALE: SINGER 900 Sewing Southgate 20A., 3 frame houses 37000. I I II. storage buildingsall for *1,460.. If your credit is good
------------ Machine our best model, - .
you can get financing on this.
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TWO COUPLES only needed almost like new. Designs, Starke$40,000, 5 homes the $30,000to 20A., 2 frame houses 33500. I. I II -----
area
for part time work representing appliques modern stitches, - Large nearly new home on Road 100. This Is your life

reputable firm in the originally sold for 599. Sacrifice fOR RENTFOR US-301 4.4 acres $9,500 31A Near Keystone. 1320' on I New Installation I enjoy| it in this home that is bound to be a real family
balance $287.70 t St. Rd. 100.
Starke area. Good earnings. pay or Remodeling pleaser.
Send take payments $12.80 - I I
resumes to J. Baker up per -----
303-J Nyquist Grcla, Green month. Phone 964-8030: 1tp Theresa. 10 acres $12,500 48A.. % mi. on St. Road Large S Repairs I It.Durrancl Spirit of '7* Get yoursell some land I We have beautiful -

Cove Springs R. 32043. 3/18 3/18 40 $42,000 House $70,000.VERNIE property and plenty of It on Rd. 18 near Hampton
RENT: 3 room apt. Utilities Theresa. acres
325LAWNS ------------
2tp $ Lake.
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P. DOOM
YARD SALE: Sunday, March furnished $100 per month. ( :
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MOWED: Call 9647581or 21, 10 tell, ,Misc. Items. 414 W. 964-5951. M.R. Judd, 127 Lawtey, 11 acres $10,000 Reg. Broker Green Acres a pretty lot with trees ideal for your
964-5476 !964-7700
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964-5895 Itp 3/18 Washington St. Itp 3/18 Lafayette St. Itp 3/18 dream home.
Lawtey, 60 acres $54,000
------------ I Pumps & Supply'ICompany
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FOR SALE: Grain fed beef for FOR RENT: Furnished Duplex: NEED TO CLEAN YOUR NEEDED: 3 BR homn under $30,000tosell.
WILL BABY SIT for any age freezer. Will I dress from 300 to Gas lights and water fur Garage business on US-301 TYPEWRITER? Come I I III
child in my home. 964 821. nished. 615 N. Water St. 1tp by The
560 Ibs. Call E.M. FYevatt.\
440 $700 Office Shop and pick up some Cecelia T. TerwiUegar, Reg. Real Estate Broker
Hampton acres per
tfchg 9647470 after 4:30. Itp 3/18 3/18 acre. Might be able to split. Call liquid or sheet cleaner for your II 864 N. Temple Ave.. : 206 West Madison Avenue Starke. Florida
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typewriter. I OFFICE PHONE 944-7774
FOR SALE:: Strawberries. Will FOR RENT OR SALE:20 x 60 ft. and discuss this with us. Starke HOME PHONE 944-3145

take orders. 9646663. Itp building on Call Street. Completely "
3/18 remodeled with central All other type properties L 964-7061 :!
AUTOMOBILES _. ..
Long Champ e
------------ heat and air.. 964-6262, day or FRED SACKETT

USEDFOR FOR SALE: Firestone Sup-R- 9648417 night. Itchg 3/18 REALTOR ,\
Belt Deluxe Champion Belted ------------ 205 N.Temple (US-301)) 'I HomeandBuilding

tire. E7814. One only New FOR RENT: Housekeeping '04 964.6522.468-1753 .Ai' : OPFN DAILY /

SALE: 1967 Chevy pick-up. 29. 782-3881. Itp 3/18 rooms, also sleeping rooms by NICK'SPOODLE ,att1 PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT '%

6 cylinder good condition. week or month 3 miles North .-' ..... ... ....;,:;..; : -- -
Gravely 424 lawn & garden "FOR SALE:twirtI;;;' lights "on.301. Underwood Motel. BUILO.f: RUCTION to/

tractor with mower.964-5610. for pick-up 100. 1 AMF 10 1tp 3/18 : "":WE ,

Itchg 3/18 speed bike used twice $75. ------------ 'YOUA PLANS OR OURS GROOMIN

-- ---------- Call 964-7397 after 5 or week- FOR RENT: Two bedroom ['.YOUR LOT OR OURS"
FOR SALE: 1971 Dodge ends. 3/18 2tp 3/25 mobile home. Call 964-8245 Two Full Time SATURDAY, MARCH 20 -10 a.m.
Champion Motor Home, 26 ft. 964-5690 anytime. Itp 3/18 flan Carsarr. -FREE ESTIMATES-
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Sleeps 8, self contained with COME: Back porch sale. Other ------------ REMODELING REPAIRS GroomersAppointments AUCTIONS 3rd SAT. EVERY MONTHWe

power plant $8,500.964ffiffi boxes arrived unpacked FOR RENT: 12 ft. wide mobile REAL ESTATE ADDITIONS For Are Now Accepting

day or 964-8417 night. Itchg reedy. Beginning Friday home outside city limits. J.B. -a m* '''''<. "* L'wnr... HOMES BOUGHT
3/18 Saturday 10 a.m. 602 lafay- White, 964-6114 or 4734777. SOLD TRADED Your Convenience Equipment For Our March Sale
Furnished 2 1 K bath Mobile
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FOR SALE: 1971 Ford Pinto 25- ette.---Itp--3/18------- ------------ Home on 1 acre $9,500 ACREAGE FOR SALE 964-7837 2/19 6/13 Call Us About Bringing In Your

28 miles per gal, 2,000 cc GARAGE SALE: Sat. ((9 to 4)). FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision 2-story 4 BR 3 Bath frame 964-6351 Farm Industrial & Construction Equipmentof

motor.Front disc A/T brakes, radio and 1275.heater.Ph. Movie camera & protector, 1/2 acre lots, $25.00 per home with 2735 sq. ft. living Hwy 301- S. Stark\ TF All Kinds Now.
electric ice cream freezer, month. Water & Sewage area on 4 acres many extras Have Timber
473-4508 Itp 3/18 shovel blond wig, etc. 633 furnished'For information call 45000. Bring Your Equipment to the Market Place -
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MacMahon St. ((1 block off Mark Olin Olin's Mobile - For Sale

FOR SALE: 1968 9 passenger 301 near school) 9646279.Itchg Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., 3 BR 1 bath w/w carpet frame In ..,", Antenna CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO CASH
Pontiac Executive $460. 1971 3/18 Starke. 9645606. tfchg Can
Lawtey, $17.000 ..a
f.O
Chevy Window Van $660 or _
FLORIDA 3ODf.KAUCTION
------------ ------- --- Tower GENS N.E. EQUIPMENT
offer. 9647391 Itp 3/18 *
best FOR SALE: Chihuahua puppies FOR RENT: Large downtown 3 BR 1 Bath frame, cent. heat/ F.J. Saunders
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& breeders and unfurnished apt. 3 bedrooms, air fenced cor. lot. 15000. Service
registered
U. S. 17 North Green Cove Springs
unregistered $15 up. 775 E. central heat and air. Part - Pulpwood

Main Street Lake Butler. 496- could be used for business. 2 BR frame stove ft ref in SAVE! $40N'Nrrelee JAX. 282.4389 Ph. ((904)284.5977FROM )
964-7271 964-6695 after $13,000. terms 533-2621 21HI13Ralph .
2044. 3/11 3tchg 3/25 or country JAX TOLL FREE
HOUSES FOR SALEFOR Psi.Ch..MI ,.
6:30: tfchg. - -
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------------ 2 BR frame $8,400. terms .l1 NHA.tenn.
USED SEWING MACHINES: FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 bedroom BRASINOTON

SALE: By owner, choice of Limited Quantity $19.96 and house outside Starke 8.7 acres in city $15,500. c..U.2. Bryan Real Estate Cadillac-Oldsmobile I MOBILE HOME
Colaman'a "AeN.MGN.Caene
up. Sewing Sales& Service
$125. 964-5389 or 9648286. - -
extra large brick home on Canter, 150 N Water St., Ph. Itchg 3/11 7.2 acres in Lawtey $2,000 acre. O.wnlud Specializing in Lots and Acreage Fine Selection Of Used PARK!
smell
Beaaent Road $46,000 9648312.3/11 2tchg 3/18 our wore For Mobile Homes.
Building or Cart Taken 0".- INSIDE CITY LIMITS
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block home with fire place in errs
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964-6262 FOR RENT: Furnished duplex: 36.35 acres 1300 ft. on US-301 Cadillac Trades WALK TO BRADFORD SQUARE
day or .
city 964-8417, $17,500 night. Itchg 3/18 FOR SALE: Short wheel base gas, lights and water fur. N. 856,500good terms.IAWTEY arrend, S.u.v fauns liest Beautiful lot on Sampson Lake 2001 N.W. 13 378.5301GAINESVILLE OR DOWNTOWN

camper. Sleeps 6. Call 964- nished. 615 N. Water St. 1tp - $5,500. 30 Per MonthALL
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5484 or 964.6163.3/11 3tchg 3/11
FOR SALE: By owner 3 bedroom 3/25 II,. 1 to 100 Acres from CITY CONVENIENCES
--- -------- Price OUI.OI
CB home. LR kitchen, ------------ FOR RENT: Mobile home on 1 I .782.3806: ......,., "M.OI $1,100/Acra. FIRE. POLICE PROTECTION
Fla. room carport boat shed, acre. Carpeted 16 ft. paneled ft MffMtr J, - Jimmy Moore'sSun 'CITY OAS WATER AND SEWER
16'x32' Chain link fence. SALES & SERVICES on appliances We Pre-Wire New Homes
pool. room located on Rt. 325 S. Sports Jo-Lu Motel
used appliances RALPH BRYAN
Saratoga Heights. Call 964- 2.9 miles S. of Hampton. Has JERRY AGNEW

5275 for appointment. 3/11 A/washing machines, dryers, to be seen to be appreciated Large frame' house, excellent Pb.n IU4 Mear-e Realtor MORE BOAT FOR 964-8810 'TF CHG
C. electric and .
stOWII.THE
gas night
2tp 3/18 BARGAIN CENTER 301 A.W. Kenaton Box 218 condition central H/A, 3 bed- 3/4 4tahg 3/25. 964-8788 day or YOUR MONEY TF

------ ------ South. tfchg. Hampton, Fla. 32044. 3/11 room, 2 bath carport, corner STARKE -StH 964.5791

FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame 3tp 3/25 lot, in city. -- - -
------------ COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
home, fully furnished about 1 ------------ - SundaysSTERN

1/2 mike Weet on Hwy. 16. '10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed FOR RENT: Small 2 BR house, Frame, 2 BR house, 1 bath on 1 Fi" ; DRIVE SERVICE 10:35: A.M.
AND REPAIR
Must sell. $16,500 best reasonable $18600, uruostatled 14000. first and last month's rent as acre. Baylesa Hwy. Area. rJ&D Gl

offer. Plenty of trees, Gator Mobile Home Service. deposit $86 month 964-7582. - >"-i COMPLETEFI8ERQLASS WPXE Radio

100 x 119 lot. with well and 3729767. tfchg. 740 N. Church. Itchg 3/11 3 to 6 acres clear. 4 ml. NIW of REPAIR
carport. 964-8750 after 5pm. ------------ ------------ 1490
Starke. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER JBOOKKEEPING (

3/44tp 3/25. TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days'a FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house - I :<:.:::! .1jiI-d!!!, I GLASS FISHING BOATS
------------ trailer. Woodland acres. _" ,
week dozer work and 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites :;::" ,. .
FOR SALE: 3 BR': 2 Bath; block dragline work. Cal 468-1873, Water furnished. $125 month. N.W. of Starke Terms. .,.
Cad 9646636. Itp 3/11 .
with LR, DR, Den & garage Star Rt Hampton. STEPHEN - I '" > I
on large. lot at 1106 W. SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. : ------------ 3 BR*,frame house t bath 10 ='- ,,-.,_- -?!Ys.w: -

Madison St. Can Freeman ------------ acres land on paved road. Sev
Register III 964-8771 or 964- eral out buildings. I All Types Roofing 1.I
FOR SALE: Mobile Home PartS'andsuppliea. SERVICE
5888. tfchg. OUN'S MOBILE Mimosa Manor - TAX
3 BR 2 Bath CB dwelling in Residential & Commercial
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HOME SALES. Hwy. 100# Mobile Home ParkA

FOR SALE: By owner,*3 BR.:28, Starke 9645606. tfchg Nice Place cfty. - I FREE Roof Inspection I

brick home double carport --------'--- Full ServiceIncluding
landscaped
Well built house on nicely
partially carpeted, drapes 3 LOSE WEIGHT safety and'fa*., To Live double comer lot in city, I New Roof Or Repairs I
blocks from 1Ch o1. Ph. 473-
X-11 diet plan $300. with 3
with Large Lots partially fenced
2039 after 5 and weekends Call 964-7410
p.m. Statements &
X-
with
Reduce excess fluids Yard CaraGarbage bedrooms 2 tile bathe, ample
tfc g. Pel I$3.00, KOCH DRUGS. 1/8 Cans closet space living room family Free Estimates 2/1. 5/13 J
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15tchg 4/15 Mail Boxes room with dining area, nice - - Income Tax
MOBILE HOMES -- ..-------- Water kitchen with garbage disposal l.

Cent. Sewage Plant dish washer wall oven countertop

I_ SALE: 1968 Moble home Complete Garbage Pickup burners, plenty of cabinets, As Capable As The Expensive. .
on Gri tic Loop. 2 bedroom 2 Car Parking plus pantry closet, large rooms Olin's Subdivision
REPAIR
)tape living room, one batn. SHOE Concrete Patio
centreTtnat' and air, separate As Inexpensive As The Less
Central air& heat on one acre. SERVICE Improved Street utility room plus swimming pod 9

Cad 473-3193 after 4 p.m. Itp Electric Service to with sliding! board. I 1 I CompetentJ.
'a.m.Sp.m.Tuesday.Saturday 1
axis 200 Amperes I II
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Metered Oas
------------ lot In
Frame house on comer

Teat Your I.Q. Wftttrn Boot -Move In Bonus- quiet neighborhood. 2 BR. 1 I I I91x9 E. Milligan

How about checking your Work Shoes FREE beth LR 1C, Screened' porch e .

I.Q How many dangers from Steel Toe Boot 1 Month Rent furnished. -

smoking besides cancer can you Electric Hookup H & R BLOCK

think of? Now, pick a day for The Village Cobbler Store. Roberta Jr. \ Lots For Rant. "'3000< 'Por Mo. Water a,

your IQ. (I Q uit) Cigarettes 114 W. Call St.Stark. Phone 964-7498 REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER y: acre Sewage Fwnlshedl)
Walnut St. 984-8288
1L. 118 M.
Day and'pass your test, says the ., FL, 3201 \ tJ J 964-7826 Rd 1 I
American Cancer Society. !Call Mark\ Olin 084-6606 Hwy 16 A Morgan




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Fifteen Seeking Strawberry Queen Titlethe

: aJ aJOO0 AUTO :
Telegraph, these ladies at Bradford High School and Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robinson .
have entered the race: sponsored by the Community Vincent D. Lewis. She attends Miss Jacqueline Smith, 18,.
Miss Terry Lynn Hicks, 16, State Bank of Starke. Santa Fe Community College is the daughter of Mr. ana -,413.-4410, I 473.4018i l SALES
dauRhterof Mr\ and Mrs. Olan Miss Pamela Kay Tucker and at press time had not Mrs. Fred Smith Miss Smith I;
Row Miss Hicks is a junior 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs chosen a sponsor. is a senior at Bradford HighPamela
Neil Tucker. Miss Tucker Is a Miss Patricia Gainey, 16, u 75 MONTE CARLO TWO 75 CHEVELLES ;.
4 junior at Bradford High daughter of Mrs. Ernestine 4 Door 2 Door At, Ac -
p School and is sponsored by Gainey. Miss Gainey is a junior a. LIKE NEW mi
1 Leila's Dress Shop. at Bradford High School Vinyl Tops
Miss Christine Lewis 19, isControversy and is Bertis r
sponsored by
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\, ''t Brews :ell 74 CHEV. PICKUP 74 MAlADA RX 4 :2

4 Speed, air Condo Ama:

iLm 1 With Cason, Board "r.-1-I t .-* w L Long Wheel Base Fm a Tape, Low Mileage 18

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Christine I,. Lewis Over Special MeetingLAKE Terry Lynn Hick: $2750 $3250 ::I
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Fifteen Bradford beauties BUTLER Conflict happens here, because we're V 74 TOYOTA 74 VEGA HATCHBACK
Millie for the crown of the between the Union County still involved in litigation with i ::
County Strawberry Queen <' 1 \ School Board and School Mr. Cason," attorney Wayne i: 4 Speed SHARP At. Air Conditioning
beginning at 8P in :March 27 4 .I Superintendent James Cason Carroll told the board. *
in the Bradford High auditorium ; \ was again apparent Tuesday
i.j""f'!: I" night as the board entered a Cason is appealing a Jan- t _$2195 $2295 *
In addit!ion to the ten contestants fourth month without ap uary ruling by the Union cir- :
alrt'ady announced in Jacqueline SmithII'Unl proved minutes for two cuit court allowing the boardto Kay Tucker m
December meetings. let teachers leave schools a and is sponsored by the City 74 GREMLIN 74 PLY SCAMP :XM :
half hour earlier without Fish and Meat Market.
City Electric/ ; I I I'agpainting .. I IIONoNoNONoNe) Documents presented to the changing the policy and Miss Darlene Stancil, who Radial I Tires, Air C. 6 Cyl, At Air 7If.
board for for
approval the directing Cason to refrain announced candidacy last Conditioning I
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that Odom could sell the dIesel the 30 or10 fire Dec 9 and Dec. 18, 1975 meet. from interfering with the "in- week, is being sponsored by "' LIKE NEW
oil to the city at two cents hydrants around the city. ings will not be approved, the ternal management" deci- Fat Boy's Real Pit Barbeque. !
cheaper than the city currently :Mayor Charley Schaefer, on board contends, until mentionis sion. Contestants will be enter- $2395 $2495 Ii
pays! to Standard Oil. behalf of the city, presented made that three membersof tained with a Coke party at the
Edwards said that he con- recently retired fire chief the board requested Casonto Board attorney Carroll was country club this Saturdayand
tacted federal. officials in Harold Glasgow with a beautiful call a special meeting. instructed to draft a set of tonight will visit the :73 JEEP COMMANDO 73 MONTE CARLO
Atlanta and that he was told engraved watch. Glasgow Cason told the board he saw minutes for Dec. 9 and 18 fashion consultant for Ivey'sin 4 Wheel Dr.. Auto Trans, n
that if the city could buy the servwith the fire depart no revisions necessary as he reflecting actions remem- the Orange Park Mall for Patricia Gainey V AT. AC.. Tape Player
diesel!& oil cheaper that they ment for over 33 years beforehis did not recall anyone requesting bered by a majority of board tips on modeling. P.S. .
could go ahead and buy it. retirement last month.Commissioner him to call the special members at the two meetings.
The commission( referredthe Joe Warren meeting, which was deemed $3395 $2995
matter to the bond asked why traffic was being necessary to formally autho- MF .
trustees (for their action. diverted on Washington Streetby rize a civil suit brought by the Cason and board membersdid *
Bradford County Judge the high school while SIMfi board against Cason over the agree however that pre M..y. F.rgu..n Ixu72 DATSON PICKUP 72 fORD PICKUP
IClzie: s. Sanders, as chairman is being widened instead of shortening of teachers' work- cise,clear recordings meet *
of the county bicentennial routed through Weldon Street. day in Union County. ings should be kept for future Clean New Tires SWB Clean
committee was granted permission Streets Supt. s.K. Hicks said reference. Board member
to have fire hydrantsin [hat Washington Street was "The reason why a special Donald Dukes mentioned that We're offering special low prices on all $1695 $1695
the city painted with red. wider meeting is called must be in the county commission also *
white and blue colors as partof The board agreed to pay the minutes under state law. favored a central recording new MF farm tractors under 80 pto hp plus n
the local celebration of the Hon L Edwards Pipe firm I rm getting extremely con device and might be willing to new MF industrial units in stock. Check DI
nation 2iXth birthday' $1.840\ and Surveyor Merrill cerned that the minutes share in the cost of installationof how much you can saveR .5 69 DODGE DART 67 fORD
Sanders explained that the :McMillan: $710 for work on the reflect accurately what such a system ---.. .
local Rotary Club has appropriated Dalewoxl Sewer project in .1 ..'r'n'eAil '. C 4 Door Real Economy Runs Good, New Sticker M
$:an) to cover the cost t of Reno. \ ,
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108 E. Call Under New Owner 9645355 N.del 'C $795 $495 !
New 1915 Pinto Runabout i
NI All.W.:: :i SAVE UP TO
Kitchenettes All N
Types ".0'.1 1,000 1 60 VW 63
Air Conditioned Radio Priced From : ;:: NOWI 63 JEEP PICKUP
TABLE & NI!_ lwNrmn.w
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Two Door,4 Speed Trans $2500 SEWING $3500 I i "!' Clean Runs Good Q
N'' 111.', YI ..1.1 1 SAVE UP TO 4 Wheel Drive
CHAIRS 2 20000
MACHINES : : !n' .
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Full 12 Month 100% Warranty "t.II.. nAul"I l.*.. I I .. ,
-We've got other bargain machines in stock, $?95 $595
$3490 GUITARS STEREO at prices you'll find hard to believe. Come see, u
$2 50 come SAVElSUPERIOR!

TERWILLEGAR MOTORS $1 000 Up TAPES TRACTOR CO. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ;

206 W Madison St Starke 964.7200 .
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.t In 1 1975 this company built over 160 quality homes UNDER $30,000


0,1 in Alachua Putnam Union and other nearby counties. Most


families paid .$200 DOWN or less. Monthly payments on most


Town & Country Homes are suited to a family's ability to pay.




Town Country Homes have increased in value
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-' over $1,000 every year for the last 5 years.




j L.K. Edwards & Associates, Inc. Keystone Heights Realtors are representing Town & Country



Homes in Bradford County and they have many beautiful homesites to choose from. Select a


site while choice ones are still available.

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If You own your own land, let Town & Country Homes' architect design a home for you.



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Town & Country CALL_ FOR AN L.K. Edwards III &




Homes APPOINTMENTTODAY Assoc. Inc. REALTORS


904/473-2669

904/377-7511
Evenings 473-4883



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