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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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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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50,000 bx5d Here For County FairUnder




clear blue skies, 1975 Starke, Bradford Roping Club start- the cooking process for FFA Steer Show set at 7:30: announce exhibitors were place Holiday Inn Gulf, 3rd Bradford County Public Youth education: 1st place
Strawberry Queen Debra Queen Debbie Scarbarry, the dinner. p.m. Friday. The steer sale Wednesday after place. Sawyer-Slade Gas, 4th Health; 2nd place Agriculture Girl Scouts: 2nd place, 4-H;
Jordon, daughter of Mr and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The 4-1-1 and FFA beef cattle will be the highlight of Saturday noon in the following classes: place, Luzier Cosmetics. 5th ; 3rd place Horticulture 3rd place. Boy Scouts. All I
Mrs. M.M. Jordon of Lawtey, Kenneth Flint, Starke. show was held on Wednesdaynight. at 7 p.m. Commercial: 1st place place Suzuki of Starke. 4th place. National Guard, other exhibition booths
cut the traditional ribbon at 11 As a special feature of the Rosier's Monument; 2nd Adult education: 1st place, and 5th place Forestry. received an appreciation
The fair will end its Bicentennial the
a.m. Wednesday opening fourdayrun year
Judge Elzie S. Sanders
gave
Bradford's 26th annual county the invocation. on Saturday, April 3, with American Bicentennial
fair expected: to draw some many varied activities Florida Exhibit will\ be on dis-
Other officials at the f "
50.(too spectators to the fair ing includedMayorCommissioner open- planned. play each day of the fair at the
grounds on US-301 north ceremony Charley Highlight Thursday (today) entrance to the fair grounds. .11'
before the week is out. will be the appearance of Miss Admission for this attractionat
Schaefer Starke
Officials estimated the commissioners, Joe ; Warren city America Tawny Godin, who this year's fair is free. It -.;: ,

opening) day attendance at and Harold county com- will greet fair patrons from 3.5 will be manned by membersof ,
over 5,000, the largest first missioners Epps Dave Shuford, p.m. and again from 7-9 p.m the Bradford County Senior .. I";-1
day turnout in the history of Hazel Paulk, EW Hodges Friday, April 2, Is Citizen's Club. :' ;,
the fair. Bill Wilson, general Jr., and Fair Association Children's Day at the fair. All A new parking lot was t "
manager of the fair association President Warren Carver. children and high school students added as a convenience for
said tha t all exhibit space will\ be admitted free of this year's fair visitors. The .
had been sold down to the last charge from 2-7 p.m. new lot, located north of the I __. '("' : i
square foot with the numberof The Bradford High ROTC Rides on the midway are 50 Fairgrounds, will be lighted j' .
exhibitors exceeding last Color Guard raised the colorsat cents with many tickets soldat and guards. Visi- .r"'. .
'ear's previous mark the opening ceremony. each school and at the local tors are urge to follow in-

Participating in the ribbon- Chamber of Commerce office structional signs on the road- ,. '
: cutting ceremony with the Highlight of the opening day prior to the opening of the way in and out of the new j jt
j Strawberry Queen were the was the annual Rotary Club Fair. parking area to maximize
,
1976 Strawberry Queen Mar Rural-Urban Day dinner with A total of 32 4-II and FFA safety and minimize conges-
1 garet Ann Norman, daughter 1,000)( chicken dinners served. steers have been entered in tion of traffic.
; of Mr and Mrs. E.L. Norman, Rotarians rose before dawn to the Bradford-Union 4-H and Other new features at this

*. *. *. *. .MMM. ...L.MM. -. *. +..I +14+ *. *. *. *. *. *. 44< * ..w4444t44a4 +* year's booth fair include a new .. w Yp!
it- ticket located at the
north end of the fair groundsfor
convenience of visitors as11 \
*" using the new parking area I
north of the highway patrol

station.Gates to the Fair open each t
ateligrnp4 day at noon and close at 11 -
p.m, through Saturday Gen- 111 ofi

eral Long admission range is 50 weather cents. .,

includes mostly cloudy Thurs-
"
97th\'ear STARKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents day and Friday with highs
37th Issue Thursday, April I, 1916 Copy .. near 70 and lows in the SOs -
Saturday and Sunday highs in ;4;, w +w

.. +FM ..Krti+ Y ..Yr1Mpa .. Y rf ... ... +fKM .. +fX +ye +F4K ..1 the 70's with lows in the 60's. r J '

Committee chairmen of the 1 :
various events at the Fair f Ja
include Foods: Mrs. Maxine ,
Hospital EmployeesSeek Gibson, chairman. Dimple Jy
Overstreet co-chairman,
Needlework: Mrs Lola John- I
son chairman, Mrs. Gerri
Tripp chairman, Youth
Division) : Mrs. Lane Tenly.
Five Percent chairman Mrs Helen Harley
co-chairman; Arts and
I Crafts: Mrs !Muriel Wilson
chairman, with no cochair.man .
Horticulture: Diane and
Walt Wescott. co-chairmen.:
IncreasesFive Pictures : Mrs. Velma .
Salary Barrett chairman and Mrs 1s
Gerry Phillips, co-chairman Bradford County FFA member Billy flnann grooms his iW: registered for the sale according to 4-11 director Umell
pound Yorkshire male hog for the annual Swine Show Thurs Parrish. Livestock superintendent James Kalkcnm. swinesuperintendent
( percent salary 1 the trustees also considergranting Williams also concurred with Bill Wilson is the overall day at 7 p.m. Gnann Is one of five entrants in the swine portion I.lovd \Douglass and Cattleman's .\ssociationrepresentative
increases! for Bradford County employees a merit :Ms Green on the recommendation general manager of the fair of judging, whi and \Ray\ormanhavetheir: hands full in preparations -
Hospital employees which raise of one to five percent on to the full board of with Mrs Jane Glover in Sale set for Saturday at 7:10 p.m. More than JO steers art for the event.
charge of the various boothsBradfordUnion .
would cost an estimated the anniversary date of their trustees.
517500 per year will be employment for those who
recommended to the Hoard of deserve' It.Edmundson.

Trustees when it meets at 7 said that I the Ann Norman

p m April 20.() five percent raise, which he Margaret
An anieemenl to recommend said he would recommend to \ de .
I lie t.ke
raise was
pay with
the trustees hi ilfeilive as c
reached at a meetinglond.i\ ;
check would
the April 7 pax}
night, Manh) J-t\ of I the Bradford \
cost approximately $17.5110.)
County Hospital t he t rush"1 .If('not sihiduled .. Wins Title
Employees Relational'ommittee to meet to consider' I he proposal Strawberry
with two members untel'I'uesdq.. \pl'Il JO
of the board of Administrator
trustees: L
The April trusties imc-ting -
K I) Kdmnndsonmd dale has been changed Irom Miss Margaret Ann when a panel of four judges Queen Debra Jordon. is the crowd of 6M( ) at
HOI department heads Thursday< April 1 13.; Norman, 17-year-old Bradford selected !Miss Norman: over 14 daughter Mr and Mrs E.L. Bradford \High Auditorium
Trustees (In.- Green and
1
/ High School senior who hopesto other contestants for the title Norman and was sponsored in
( lunncWilliams met with He also estimated. that become either a fashion Ladies were judged on their the pageant by SawyerSladeGas
the department|) heads to discuss $'I.IHK'lould) be 1,1t'r the s designer or legal secretary, natural poise and beauty during of Starke She is a cheerleader "Beauty and brains do comein
a possible, a'ross-th.- budget for the merit .p j- was chosen 1976 Bradford a personal interview Saturday and holds member- combination here."
hoard raise in sal.lrfor. all increases'l'hedcpartment. County Strawberry Queen i, afternoon and during ships in the Bradford High Brookins said during swimsuit
personnel heads l're r during the 13th annual modeling of sportswear Pep Club the Starke Little competition Saturday night
A system! of merit raises for instructed (to( start t a system of pageant kicking off the annual swimwear and evening gownsin Woman's Club and National when almost half the contes-
I! deserving employees is also valuations for all employers county fair.Screams the two-hour review that Honor Society tants announced membershipin
being asked and have that report ready for and tears of joy night. Lisa Kathleen Mitchell, the National \Honor Society.
I I'dinondson: briefed those at.tI an employee relations followed the naming of the Queen Margaret Ann, daughter of :Mr and :Mrs
the nutting on the operation committee meeting :Monday new queen Saturday night .. crowned by 1975: Strawberry Freeman Register was All three girls will receive u
I lor the first fimonlhs of the April M.! at 6\0::\ p.m. at the "._"" ....."r _!!__ named first runner-up in the $3H( ) scholarship to Stratford
-
fiscal \ear which started lasttictober hospital! contest. Miss Mitchell 16. is a Women's College in Tampa of>
l I He said that 1 1e juniorat Bradford High which Brookins is the admis-
I $:UI.7'I7! was budgeted for the :Ms Green said that she was I ) s x r she is active in the history sions director
( period with $'J9\ >.585 actually also going: to recommend' to club, tennis team and band in
t used during that pe-riod He the trustee's that the employeerelations Roping Queen Deborah Scarbury Clf'rU which she is a majorette. She
said that left a surplus of committee meet and 1976 Strawberry Queen( :Margaret Norman (right) watchas
hopes to attain a career in
I $Jt>.21J or 8 14 percent with department heads on 1975 Strawberry Queen Debra Jordon opens the Bradford nuclear medicine aJn: i' siinuii tier
The emergency medical a quarterly basis with all ('oulltyair with ribbon cutting ceremonies Wednesday ,

service or t the rescue unit board members present. morning. ) Double honors were won by
which is operated for the Laura Kay Thomas, whovjs
county; by the hospital was the named second runner-up and
only department that wentoxer Miss America Visits FairTawney Miss Congeniality A senior at
the budget They hadbuigetd BUS Laura Kay is a memberof
( $2-1.94\1! and actuallyused ) :'Iiatlonaillonor '
the Society,
S $J(>.4t>0 or a figure of 6.5 GodinIiss! cooking and reading old was among the top 2 percentof Future Business Leaders of
percent over the budget America 1976 will visit the epitaphs. her 1974 graduating class at America and cheerleader
a
according to Edmondson. Bradford County Fair Thursday In high school Miss Godin Roosevelt High School. She She is also co-salutatorian of
Rescue service directorierald April 1, greeting fair has maintained a 40 averagein her 1976 graduating class and
( Kaillie asked at the patrons from 3.5 pm. and college level work and named "best allaround"by
was
meeting if the trustees wanted from 57pm. plans to complete her Bache- her classmates. She plans a
In put the (KMfs:: on an eight !Miss Godm an 18-year-old lors degree at Skidmore career in physical therapyand
hour basis instead of them sophomore majoring in linguistics College to prepare for masters r > is the daughter of !Mrs SUNDAY APRIL4
working .M-hour on. 24-hour on at Skidmore College and doctorate work. t. Seletta Thomas.
call. and 24-hours off m New York, is an accom- FASHION SHOWof
''hey get 40 percent more plished musician, having rf'I Student Clothing
holiday' and vacation timebecause reached the highest pre-professional The accomplished pianist 'I'Ii :Miss Thomas is the 'nicest. Vo-Tech School Cafe.
they work that much level in piano perfor- performed for five high school girl in Bradford COllnt :2p.m,
more than the average mance at the Royal Conserva- musicals accompanied the ,. ti since the vote was taken from Public Is InvitedRefreshments
choir four years and sang such an outstanding group of
hospital" employee ":dmond.I tory of Music at the University Served
lead more than two contestants, said master of
son said of Toronto in six years, rather soprano "
hdrnondson: said that it years. she was the only student ceremonies John P. Brookins MONDAY
I in than the 12 years normally 2 APRIL 5
to be chosen for Roose-
order to put four more takes. .
employees in t the KMT's: pro Performance of her own velt High School's accreditation .r ELKS LODGE
gram that it would be neces, piano composition, "ImagesIn steering committee. She ) .i Arrest ExpectedIn Installation of Officers
'ill"for I Ihe,'urrl'nt11':: staffto Pastel" led her to the title performed in six student reci- 7p.m.Dinner. .
Like a pay' cut. of !Miss America in talent tals at the Royal Conservatory ; 4 Berry TheftA music andRefreshments
:Mrs Eunice: Morton director competition. Miss Godin also featured in three and
1976 Stra\\.bt'rry QueenMargaret
of nursing !services at the enjoys genealogical research, Miss America 1911 accompanied concertos for ; Ann Norman cooler belonging Morris: No Meeting
hospital, recommended that writing limericks, reading Tawney Godln her piano teacher. Carter Produce Co. was
broken into Tuesday night and CHURCH MUSIC

If Open Rural Zoning Classification Upheld OnBayless HighwayPermission 48 nesdav Morris flats of Carter morning strawberries Jr.The said berries stolen\Ve
which are now selling at from April 6, 7, 8. 12 13
I to rezone a six- lots for conventional or mobile so the issue was really a ques- change would mean "closingme Carl Edwards' motion to deny ditioning on Highwa :301 $6 to $6.SO per flat wholesale Age 13 and over
acre tract on Bay'less Highway homes "There is a great need tion of increasing density of up" since a larger numberof the rezoning was seconded by South was given permission were valued at around $300 Tom Nolin teacherNo
I' from Open Rural to RIC for half-acre lots for young homes in the area since KlC residents would start com Rex Smith, who said he was to advertise for a change of Twenty flats were recovered previous
to permit placement of mobile couples who cannot afford a would permit homes (mobileor plaining about the flies and opposed to so-called "spot zoning from K1A (residential) by Carter and Deputy knowledge of music
I orconvcntionalhomesonhalfacre larger tract" !Mrs Porreca conventional) on half acre odor from his operation. zoning" of small areas. The to BP i Business.Professional) Don Denton in Jacksonville required
lots was denied Tuesday "1 don't like flies either, and vote was unanimous in deny to permit remodelling the Wednesday morning after a
night by the Bradford County said.Art Keifer, Zoning Board lots.Willard Gaskins, who has a try to keep them down but ing the request building by Doyle Archer of chance bit of information led SATURDAY, APRIL 10
Zoning Board. chairman said that the pre- large poultry operation just still the people complain," he Harold Biddix owner of the Lake Butler for use as a them to a produce market
A petition in opposition to sent OR zoning would permit across the highway from said.At. building formerly occupied by funeral home. where berries were selling at FISH&CHICKENFRYHampton
,I the change, said to contain mobile homes on one-acre lots Porreca, said the proposed this point, board member Brown's Heating and Air Con- Zoning Director L.'o1.: a suspiciously cheap price. Vol. FD

more than too names of Brad- .. . Games explained that the The market operator said he 7p.m.
* Morris Carter's Florida Bell QualiDropll Under Hot Sun
ford residents was presented building was constructed by paid $150 for the 48 flats and $2: per plate

I by Mack (Futch Starke attorney Quality and quantity of the of low land might also be a Carter has 212' acres of Flo- Mr_ Sandra Norman said Longchamp Homes, a firm gave a description of the man Music by Hank Lott
who said he lived on Bay new Floridabeile variety of factor. rida Belles the largest plant Wednesday their berries have that alsohas an office building he bought them from who was Shetland pony to
less Highway and was concerned strawberries have declined Sequoia quality is holdingup ing in the county but is not yet peaked; that is not adjoining Longchamp later driving "a green pickup"truck be given away on
il that the proposed drastically during the past 10 fine however Carter said undecided what he will do expected until mid.April, she built a housing development drawing
I'' change would tend to destroythe days. Morris Carter, Jr., said and will probably reach peak about trying them again next said. The Norman's are still just north of commercial An arrest was expected SI donation
rural nature of the Wednesday. production in another week or year. "So far, I'm dis selling a lot of berries through buildings and at that time had momentarily in the Lawtey
property in that area. "They started out great but ten days. appointed" he said. their produce stand on :North the area rezoned R1A (residential area but had not been Courtny 0.Ilr .
:Mr andIrs.! Frank they don't look good now," Carter picked 2.400 Hats last !Mrs Floyd Griffis, north of Temple Avenue ) leaving the office reported at press time Wednesday ; dommunthj
Porrec-a who sought the zoning Carter said"Maybe week from his 24 acres of Lawtey off SR-125, reports, The cool weather a week buildings "grandfathered"Into ;
change denied Ihe they can't stand the berries and another :2000)( however, their few Florida ago slowed the berries down, a residential area. A "They just took what" they ;'lut IDnnk
development would be a hot BUM and the dry weather" through Wednesday of this Belles are still holding up all three growers agree. :Next change in zoning would be thought they could sell. Car
Now Inturod UiT
I 'rental proposition," as Futch .Carter said, adding the fact week. Prices are still holding good. week there might be a little necessary however, since ter said in discussing the fact Account.*'40 000 toy
suggested; but they proposedto that he planted his Florida strong at from $6 to $6.50 Griffis Is picking every day. better report !Mrs Norman funeral homes come under a that 170 flats were left in the /.1111/0......i iniur ncu Cut it'f
sell one acre or half acre Belles on high ground instead wholesale. but not too heavy. said. See( Page U) cooler untouched.


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I'll HO: TKI.K.GH: API! April I, 1916 L''f ; ___.._.._ ..

_ Lillian Pearson Nominated Pres. Of BPW Club r L t

will be Sonia Camp, first vice- nesses wishing to contribute e/i !
Lillian Pearson nomi- Yhe 9Th
was president; Fay Bowman, favors call 7823806. Ii (4.zide-o/
,I\'d president of the Busi- recording secretary. Mildred The April meeting will be
Professional
und
H'' Tye corresponding secretary held April 8 at the Chamber of
Women' s (Club at its March 22 .
Evelyn Haney, treasurer Commerce Building.A Cdilor
the Chamber of Cadfe Wooly
"UHftinB in Mental ,
,, Desta Dyal, parliamen program on y ..
> immerer Building. -
tarian. Health was presented by Bea -- ----------------------
Serving with Mrs Pearson The third and final district Kimmons.

meeting will be held at Lake Little WomenTo Shuri Williams Meth. Women To Meet
Block has City Sunday. April 11, at the UDC To Meet ,

Henry 17 reasons why attend.Lake members City Garden were Center.urged All to Wed, April 7 Hold ElectionOf Larry OglesbyTo April 6 At Strick lands


you should come Topic of the evening was a At Mrs. CrewsThe Officers Apr. 5 Wed April 3 Women The First will United have a Methodist covered Strickland at Kingsley Lake.
discussion of the state convention
to us for incometax to be held in Jacksonville. W.T. Weeks chapter The Little Women will meet dish supper and general meet Members of Group Five will
UDC, will meet Wednesday, ing Tuesday, April 6, at 6:30: meet at the church at 6 p.m. to
Plans were made by the Monday, April 5, at 8 p.m. at Mr. and Mrs. James F.
help. Starke club for its part in the April 7, at 3:30: p.m. at the the clubhouse for their regular Williams announce the p.m. at the home of Mrs F.W. form a car pool.( .v
convention. Members were home of Mrs. Lester Crews meeting and election of offi- approaching marriage of their
encouraged to contact local with Mrs. George Flynn, Sr., cers. daughter, Shuri Lynne, to Gamma Theta Election Held March 22
A and other businesses for ad- Mrs. Barbara Breazeals and Final plans will be made for Larry Oglesby, son of Mr. and
vertisement favors to be givenout Mrs. C.B. Terwillegar Jr as the weekend trip to Disney Mrs. Ted Oglesby. Gamma Theta chapter of corresponding secretary,
at the convention. Busi co-hostesses. World May 2223. The wedding will take place Beta Sigma Phi hold an elec- :Mrs. John Smith; treasurer,
!Mrs. Gladys Thomas will Saturday, April 3, at 2 p.m. at tion of officers at their March Mrs. Robert Bowen and
AW.\ 11JIt. present a program on cancer. the Oglesby home on Bessent 22 meeting at the home of !Mrs. extension officer. !Mrs.
I tJLoltt All members! are urged to Road in the presence of the KG. Milton. Richard Little.
Reason 14. We rp human and .7he t Darting attend. immediate family and a few The next meeting will beheld
one' i i intent while VI'' make close friends. The following officers were on April 12 at the Garden
elected: president Mrs R.CJ. Restaurant with a dinner and
,
Miss
i FmH> But'it! out fit 3rneir Cunnings,
> nimUStedy,' Dog' :Grooming & ( Sapp Reunion Apr:11:] 1 !Milton; vice-president, Mrs. pledge ritual for the new
WOMAN'S: CLL'H' the
,I' a" Y' PII Ofy ( Danny Waters; recording members entering
,
he /VI ;0,1, my mtcujstT43i r) Baffling KXEC. im.\m> MEETING: Descendants of the late Leo- secretary, Mrs. Doug Nichols; sorority. Jerome WilliamsTo
) lll > A* "t'toeh"'CI, Alt: Breed! The executive board of theWoman's
; nard L. and Susan Sapp will
1 I Club of Starke willmeet Wed April 3
have a reunion April 11 at Debbie Douglas Shower HonoreeMiss
Wednesday, April 7 at
isH&H 404 W. Madison St. Starke Lake Butler
BLOCK 12:IS for the luncheon meeting Center.A Community Veronica Anne Cummings,
Closed Sun. & Mon at the Branding Iron Restau and of John A.
centered with a purple daughter
Call For Appointment basket lunch will be Debbie Douglas, bride-
THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE Next To rant. yellow floral arrangement. Cummings, Jr. and the late
( Piggly Wiggly served at 1 o'clock. elect] was honored at a bridal
\H.8 N JVAiNUIST 964.8288 964.5221 3 18-6 10 All friends, family and rela- shower Monday night March (.ames were played by the Mrs. Prenella Cummings, and
tives invited 18 guests and prizes awarded. Jerome Williams of Lawtey,
are to attend. 22, given by Mrs. Robert
._ ... .. son of Albert Williams and
Ward. Mrs. Hardee
,
--------------- ------- ---- - Margaret
K. Johnson, will
ur !Mrs. Bobby Haistcn and !Mrs. The hostesses presented the Mrs. Kejoyce
-: .1- :;;- -r Billy Parrish at the home of honoree with a clothes be united in marriage April 3
: r-'.: ;" the latter. hamper and matching garbage at 4 p.m. at the Mt. ZionA.llE.
: The refreshment table was can and broom and mop Church in Lawtey.
'II + /\I-U-: G- covered with a white cloth and as a memento of the occasion.Mr. The reception will take
0 / \\ place at the home of Mr. and
+ r r t + t. -t v Mrs. Edward Jones in
,
.
1776 J 1jo.J Lawtey.All .
now
: : J : J.ilitc.e family, friends and rela
: V
,
-V'iS5 and !Mrs. John It. Smith !Mr. and :Mrs. RD. Dansby tives are invited to attend.
.. and family visited his parents, visited !Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
? P 9 Hl'I'UCTIHIUIUit: -:
S Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Smith in Dansby in Perry on Sunday.
weekend. C'lA'H IlKSl'LTSDr.
Jasper over the
Steve Hall of Florida Tech- and :Mrs. Jim Mine-
!Mrs. James !Montuoro and nical College was home last singer were the winning i
daughter Christie, of Tampaare week during spring break. couple at Duplicate Bridge
r spending Wednesday and Steve works at Disney Worldon Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs.
Thursday with her parents, weekends. .Kd: Wamw right were second
!Mr. and Mrs. :Mac Baldwin. and Rhea Johnson and Lora
.. ".- Potato flinty Frands'l're third.p"I'jonat .
RM.J: Vincent St. John whois Hosier's Nursrry
stationed in London, Eng- !llil-li.'ll I
land, called his father .
.. Richard St. John, :March 27 towish :Mr. and :Mrs. Stephen St.
1" him a happy birthday. John of liradcnton and :Mrs.
Eleanor Palmes of Lakelandwere :Mrs. II 11. Adams and Mrs.
Sw cct I'ot.ilol'l.i ntsHosier's weekend guests of :Mr. Vernon Silcox were guests of
4 ::1 : d 1: Niirst-ry and :Mrs. Richard St. John. :Mr. and :Mrs. J.M. Vickers in
\ !III>( IKmMr. : Brunswick, Ga. Friday and
\j Seaman Patrick Taylor of Saturday and took the tour of
: and :Mrs. J.S. Walker Mayporl: spent t the weekend homes and gardens in St.
and daughter of Fort Lauderdale with his mother :Mrs. E.C. Simons and Sea Islands.
spent the weekend with Taylor, and family
her pan'ntsIr.: and :Mrs.J :Mrs. Flossie Prescott and
tl. !\Ioncrleftr Local admittances to Brad Mrs. Josephine liemme spent '
ford County Hospital this the weekend visiting friends
111I !\ and :Mrs. Emmett week includeTruby Tel- and relatives in Holiday SI.
Ferryman of Bethlehem Pa. stone Brooker. Frank Burnty. Petersburg and Pinellas
Jii. l lT lV lr are visiting his mother :Mrs Walter Starling. :Mrs.. Park.
.K. Ferryman this week Emma Badman. :Mrs. Kiguilla:'
IIOl1l'I'ts11'5: lljiel Howe. Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Tit- '
The :Methodist Women's Frank Cruce Sr. Bobby mus and family of Alurphy. ,>
Sunday School Class had :McLtMxI. Kyle Lunger. Dennis N.C have purchased then;
dinner ]last Tuesday night at Smith' A If' Henry and Mrs. Handy Johns home on Bessent .iKoad.
:Manaro's Restaurant in !\f.lrieIMon: of Starke. Ralph Mr. Titmus is the new 5J
61'i' Gainesville celebrating the !Moore. LateyIrs.: :Martha manager of the local Conti- -
birthdays of :Mrs F W Strick McMickle: and :Mrs :Marilyn nental Telephone Co. The ;
land and :Mrs. Rex Anderson :Mack. Keystone heights Handy Johns family moved to '
IVII -- the ,.Gene Shaw home on '
I Kingsley Lake over the week

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{ us explain our energy
... Miss Denise Winkler is
interning at the Atlanta
saving system. Speech School Atlanta! Ga.
American for 10 weeks
: Colongin -.- it:'
: :Mrs. EW. Hayes spent the
COMPLETELY v't'kendith :Mr. and !Mrs.L .
A. Weekly In Ocala.

I:q -t -- Mellow Hand-hewn Oak Finish4PC. :Mrs. W H. Hart Mrs. Earl

INSTALLED Voyles, :Mr. and !Mrs. Handy
SUITE OF GENEROUS PROPORTIONS Chism and :Mr. and !Mrs.
Harry Bennett spent Thurs.
\ WITH MAR AND STAIN-RESISTANT PLASTIC day to Sunday in Washington.
I L' S1490 DC ar.1 also visited the
t q iIf PRICED AT ONLY Church of Jesus Christ of
TOPS INTRODUCTORY
l' t1e --i-- Ify If-- Latter Day Saints Temple.

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J ;: yrrell, Knepper, Crews Top Arts, Crafts Camille Whitaker's Coffee Cake


.;Young Kevin Tyrrell of Miss Knepper won the Pencil or pen: 1)) Brian Novelties: J 1)) Doyle Crews, I
Lake Butler, high school student sweepstakes prize in the Davis and Mary Ann Par- Jr., BEST OVERALL, 2; Tops In Fair's Food DepartmentA
Jo Ann Knepper of Keystone senior youth category of Arts menter, 2) Karen Davis and Frank Clark.Ceramics .
Heights, and recent and Crafts with a macrame Kevin Tyrrell. stained: 1))
college art graduate Doyle project. She Is the daughter of Novelties: 1)) Jim Joyner Barbara Watts, 2) Barbara German chocolate coffee Bradford County Fair for Mrs.
Clews, Jr. are the sweepstakes Mr.and Mrs. L.P. Knepper of and John Shuford. Watts. cake with strawberries won Camille Whitaker of Starke.

winners in the Arts and Keystone Heights. Ceramics, glazed: 1)) Gloria the sweepstakes ribbon in the Just 19, Mrs. Whitaker
Crafts Division of the 26th Doyle Crews, Jr., son of Mr. SENIOR YOUTH Starling, 2)) Barbara Watts. Food Department of the 1976 she's been "baking since says I
annual Bradford County Fair and Mrs. Doyle Crews, Sr. of Oil Paintings : 1)) Cindy \
which opens today. Starke, won the hobbyist (for Tyrrell, 2) Kim Tenly. 4Vip\
:STyrrell won the Junior adult) category of Arts and Water Color: 2)) Lori Her Mother Taught Her How To Bake
Youth division with an oil Crafts with a novelty project Salazar.
painting of an Oriental scene. entitled "This Side of Charcoal or pastel: 1)
The I1- old sixth grader Heaven." Crews is an art
year Peggy Crawford, 2) Lori
lit Lake Butler Middle School major from the University of Salazar. And Rhea Corbett Won First PrizeRhea
ill"'the son of Mr. and Mrs. Florida. Pencil or Pen: 1)) Lori
Charles J, Tyrrell of Lake Salazar; 2)) Diana Davis. 6y Jpjj
Butler. Kevin has been paint- JUNIOR YOUTH Novelties: 1)) Jo Ann Corbett, daughter of yellow (Hobby Holly cake like Biscuit cake: Rhea Corbett,
iitg since he has been old Oil paintings: 1)) Kevin Knepper, BEST OVERALL. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Corbett, her mother and won the blue; Julie Griffis, blue;
enough to hold a brush, he Tyrrell, BEST OVERALL. 2) Alan Hicks.Ceramics West Market Road, Starke, sweepstakes ribbon of the Tammy Mann, red
toys! but just started in oils Charcoal or pastel: 2)) learned how to make a plain Junior Youth Division of the Robin Schweda, chocolate
stained 1)) Diane
Kevin : red.
thjs year. Tyrrell. cupcakes,
Yawn, 2)) Betsy Yawn.HOBBYISTS ,
''
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: 0. HOME: IMPROVEMENT:

Wall hanging: Kevin Johns,
Oil Paintings: 1)) Mary Jo blue; Valeria Cason, blue; NAJ /
Noble, 2)) Flora Kibby. Lynn Hill, red; Tiny (Hodges,
Pencil or Pen: 2)) Jean
red Rhoda
; Truett, red; Carol
Broome.
,
Fussell, red.
Metal and Leather: 1)) Bob Pillow
: Sandra Darley
Thorpe. blue; Marla Darley red;

... Solo, Ensemble .......- Donnie Mowry, red.

: 11"I CLOTHINGDress :;
(print) Lynne
.
Honors Earned
j-\' Waters, red.
",! Skirt: Donna Mowry, red;
.'. 'I"Or" By BinS Band Lori Stone, red; Debra .ll .

.'. .. t' Roberts Blouse, red. :
Susan
Eight Bradford Middle : Douglas
School musicians earned L ...... blue; Doll Waters, blue; Lisa
.
superior and four excellent .' ,, Tucker, red; Robin Schweda
;
.. red; Lisa Lynn, white. Mrs. Camille Whitaker took sweepstakes honors In foods
ratings in a solo and ensemble with this German cake, made with coffee, topped with Bradford -
contest for band members .... t. ':! Jumper: Robin Schweda.
'. County strawberries made from her
''' blue. grandmother'srecipe
..
held at the University of \,', she says. Mrs. Whitaker has been entering foods! In
Florida March 9. << :.... Two piece dress: Lori Hart,
the fair since she was old enough to reach: the stove.
r t 4' 0 sports outfit, red; Maria
1 a cY 'pJ (! .... :: Darley, sports outfit, red.
: ', Betsey Yawn, Dirk : \ Deborah could reach; the stove." The Collection ol three pickles-
e Schmidt, Robert Milan Terry IW"w : \"vzo Green shirt and cake she entered is I 1)) Cecelia Young, 2> Flora
Goodge and Cathy Shoenmg ,. pants, red. "Grandma's recipe Kibby.
earned superior ratings on 1Io. 'I A.. I :Mrs. Whitaker likes to cook.
solo performances. Beth I ) I CLOTHING:; She also entered fudge and HAKKI: PRODUCTS
I'atray, Ketania Coleman and } April: Lori Stone, blue; jam in the (fair. inning two Quick breads 21 'amille
Terri Thomas attuned for a Donnie :Mowry, blue; Debra blue ribbons. Whitaker.

flute trio which also earned a << Roberts, red. Ribbon winners in the Food Specialty bread;: II I
superior rating, the highest Vest Beach: Lori Stone, blue. Department areCANNED Camille Whitaki-r. SWEEPSTAKES ; :
coat: Tootsie Tucker
given by a team of judges 2. CamiHeWhitaker.
t.J: > selected by the University of red; Ricki Harris red.KIITTI'G :; PRODUCTS! .
Florida. Vegetables 1)) Joan : Yeast breads and
Rhea : Mowry rolls: 2>
Corbett Melbin CorbeU.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. :; :
2)) Edna Norton. Joan : .
Kevin Tyrrell, II-year-old ton of Mr. and Mr*. Charles fashioned this "Holly Hobby" cake after Mom look a course Pajama bag: Kathy Griffis, Mowry.Specialty
Fruits: 1)) Flora Klbb '. 2)) cakes I D) CVcelia
Tyrrell of Lake Butler, The BMS band will performin and ) : <<
won in the Junior Youth Division of showed her how. "Now she does the work Mom says. blue.
arts! and crafts with this oil painting. concert April 9 at the BHS Rhea won sweepstakes In the Junior Youth Division of Judg Edna Norton. Young 21 Edna :Norton.;
auditorium. ing at the fair CROCHETCrochet Pickles: 1)) Helen Dukes, 2)) Decorated cakes: 1)) Janet
Edna Norton. Harris, 2)) Diane Blurrc. -
1976 Bradford county- -fair vest: Dea Ga&kins, Whole Peppers: 2)) Joy Cut nut cakes: I ) Jan

under way now red.Capt Faulkner, :Norton;
"Now I do the work," the white\ : Charlene Relish: 1)) Della Rosenberg Cookies : 1)) ('amI Ill'
Bradford Middle School Beam, blue. 2)) Della Rosenberg. \\hitaker. 2)) Del Doughortx
eighth grader said, explainingher Cape green : Paula K. Preserves: 1) Lola Johnson, Candy : I ) ('amill-
Anderson, red.
mother took a course to 2)) Marie Grant.Marmalades Whitaker. 2)) I Helen' :M. Stcxcn
I earn how to bake the cake Scarf: Kim demons, blue. and Jams- 11 1 > son
ef and taught Rhea. Book marker: Evelyn Dun :Marie Grant, 2)) Edna Norton. Pros 11> Helen :M
can, nod.MIS'EUIEll'S.
\ Jelly: 1)) Carolyn Carver 2)) Stevenson.
c'V 1 BAKED PRODUCTSLynn Edna Sanders. :lost unusual use ol[ strawberries
\ :;
Waters, biscuits, blue
; in baked products i
Collection of three
Tote bag: Carroll Fussell vege '
Robin Schweda, red.
.e Camille Livingston, corn blue; Elaine Moll, blue; Renie tables: 1)) Charles I U' dint

( muffins, red; Tod Samons, Molt blue; Michelle Stilwell
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o blue; Debbie Phillips, blue;
muffins, red
( 1S Robin Schweda, chocolate Sandra Darley, red; Lori ;

chip drop cookies, blue. Tod Stone, red;, Marla Darley : : :; ;
red; Monica Green, red: -" Todd.'w"
ice cookies
1 Samons, cream ""
\ white. Genene Durmmey. red : ...
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Brenda Dorm rod
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Doll Waters, plain cake, ,
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keF K blue. Donna Mowry, rod "'
\ ,4 Ceramics: Wayne Bilker,
Rhea Corbett Holly Hobby
S' blue; Tina Baker red.
cake SWEEPSTAKES
_...
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Fussell and Susan Alvarez, Belt: Frank Coss, red. 4.,

red; Daniels Ribgy. white.
j PROJECTS
; Plant and poster Mark

Tilt: nlt.\IWmm Crews blue. .' .. ,. ., r
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('ul'ITnuaUPIl:; : Gun rack: Tod Samons,
blue.
Published e\ cry Thursdayiill.IHU.
('aIlSlret't Wood turkey: Frank C'oss.
Starke, Florida 321191 blue.
Bird house: Jay Rodgers,

rjbi Second Class postage/ paid blue. i
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Subscription (tales: The United States will
In trade area: SA.oil per supply 50 percent of the wheat\ A
year: Ji.5osiv: months and about 70 percent of the '
T\ soybeans moving in world Mrs. Vera Ely will present this needlework flag In the
FOR Outside trade area: 17.H trade in 1976, National Historical Society after the fair, where the flag won
per;ear: $1.041( six months Geographic says. sweepstakes honors In the needlework division of judging.
The flag war! made with only 43 stars she says. because there
; were only 45 ..t..Ie" when the old courthouse: was: built, and
1. '"' she Intends the Flag to hang in the renovated courthouse.:
Bradford Co ; ,

J..fJ'ir.: 45 Star Courthouse Flag
\ rt.bJlA: Strawberries
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,. ,:" 1n,1Jg; J 1 ". ..0:::::> & 1 Pint AndPackage Top Needlework At FairMrs.

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'; \ )' Dessert Shells C f QQ County resident since 1968 CrochetBaby's
..,} won the sweepstakes prize at Cap booties or
s \.
,
t --- --V the county fair in the needlework Sacqne: I II) Carlea :Todd.
division with 45-star: Woinan'sSweater: 1)) Diane
t crocheted American flag. Yawn.

1. LETTUCE POTATOES When the Bradford County Child's Sweater- > Ruth
Fair end.,. Mrs. Ely will give Harley.
the flag to the Historical Dress: I n) Barbara Watts.

vf* 29C $119Head Society to hunt in the old Afghan 1)) Ruth! U.irley. 2))
Bradford County Courthouse Mane Grant.
10 Lb Only 45 stars were sewn into Baby Afghan. 11> Barbara

.. the needlework flag she said, Walls 2)) Sherry; Phillips. ,
because there were 45 states Poncho or Cape1)) Diane
POLE BEANS : when the old courthouse was Yawn 2)) Edna !Sanders.
; ., ,r. built. Shawls: I 1)) Diane fawn 2))
.
4 ?.'t., '1:1: 'r Mrs. Ely started the flag in Evelyn Crure.

$3 29 c ,\ 'lo/fW;: September, 1973, and 38,369 Article of :Merit: I II) Anne
<
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$ 3 1 Lb. '...V .$,. stitches later it was finished Samons, 21 Diane Yawn.
; Saturday
't.t:..:;; / morning. t I.ISH IV
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Mrs. Ely enters "some
: ) t SHBANKAMERICMO ,. thing" in the Bradford County GarmentsLadies
CABBAGE ,.'k ) !Street t Press! : 1))
fair
> < gc every two years, and this Charalene Rodriguez 2> Joan
lb is her third time in six years to
.4 ;: ,.,- w in ribbons at the fair for hernt't'dll.'work. Mowry.
-=- Ladies Long Dress: II
-- Largetil'EGGS Lucille Godwin, 2)) Helen San.

a ('IaslllChlldren'ler derson.
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\--rt4 Dress Ensemble: II) Lucille

: ... j... 69L Baby Garments Godwin, 2)) Flora Kilby.
; :.
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] j' __ >- Girls Dress: 1)) Joan Pants Suit: 1) Joan Mowry,
jj&V: j Mowry. 2)) Peggy Locke. 2)) Lucille Godwin.
; Fresh Brown Plat suit1)) Joan Mowry. Ladies Slacks: I 1) Lucille!
.
/ Pants Suit: 1)) Joan Mowry, Godwin, 2) Evelyn flevlnger.

.l.. _/.:\.. \., ../r EGGS$1Farmbest 2) Helen Sanderson. Ladies Skirt: 1)) Evelyn:
_' ..I .... .. -, ... Flat Girls Skirt: 1)) Joan Mowry. Clevinger, 2) Lucille Godwin.
I .. Boys Shirt- 1)) Joan Mowry, Ladies Blouse: 1)) C'haralene

"m' .. ). 2)) Joy Faulkner. Rodriguez, 2)) Lucille Godwin.
\\J\\ J. : $ 49 Jacket or Cape (Short) 11)
4"" MILK 1 Class IIKnitting Charalene Rodriguez, 2))
Lucille Godwin.
Gal.Norman's
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.... ... 's .... ".... Baby's Cap, Booties or Coat: 1)) Edna Sanders
;; _
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.. ., :. Saque: 1)) Lola Johnson, 2)) Man's Shirt: 1) Lucille
Farm Huth Darley. Godwin, 2) Peggy Locke.
Women's Sweater: 1) Diane Man's Trousers: 1)) Helen
,,:, -;-- Yawn; 2)) Ruth Darley. Sanderson, 2)) Lucille Godwin.
1_' Produce Market Child's Sweat..r.11) Diane Man's Tie: 1)) Lucille

I 4 Yawn, 2; Ruth Darley. Godwin. .
:".:,,: JI.rII: ,_> 61.7 N. Temple Ave. Vest: 1) Diane Yawn. Man's Sport Coat! 1))
Shawls: 1)) Jessie Young. Charalene Rodriguez.
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Anderson, Carver, Dougherty. Tenly's Wood Carving Wins Senior HOME IMPROVEMENTBlue YouthDale I


Tenly's woodcarvingof Janet ;:
: Montgomery,
a piggy bank won the

Show Top Pictures At '76 FairPaula sweepstake Youth Bradford Division County prize at in Fair the the Senior under 1976 '' + r A { I IV Wall yarn Crawford, pillow.wall, pillow hanging; and; Peggy Becky 11

+ r I I k Y Red: Mark Griffith, lamp.
way now.
Kay Anderson, Terry fowl competition"if I can find I ,
Carver and Del Doughertyentered time from school to get down I Tenly,14,and a freshman at CANNED PRODUCTSRed
the top prize winning here to do it." Bradford High School, is the : Teresa Spivey, grape
creations in the Picture Division Other ribbon winners in the son of Mr and Mrs Sonny jelly.
competition at the 26th junior youth, picture division, ', Tenly of Starke. In his hobbyof CLOTHING
annual Bradford County Fair were: .wf woodcarving young Tenly is 4'r'jl. Blue: Barbara Godwin, knit
under way now at the fairAground Violet Myrick and Robin following in the footsteps of dress; Becky Wall, yellow
on US-301 north of Schewda, blue ribbons, and u v tai his father. v'I ; tia t ,print dress; Barbara Godwin '
Starke. Todd Samons and Dea by. and red
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The 1 3' blue plaid pants suit
Paula Kay Anderson 14- Gaskins, red ribbons, for bank consists price of winning four pieces piggy of Barbara Godwin, skirt and
year-old daughter of Mr. and string art.Sandra 'A blouse; Barbara Godwin,
oak and used
pine. Tenly a
Mrs. Rex Anderson of Old Darley, red ribbon Ztx.4'afrM sports outfit.
hammer, chisel, wood ,
Lawtey Road, won the sweepstakes for a miscellaneous picture.Del t"r / and sandpaper to make rasp the Red: Barbara Godwin,
prize junior youth divi- Doughtpry, daughter of bank. Me has been working on slacks.
sion of the pictures category.The Col. and Mrs. William Wilson
r it off( and on, his mother says, ra M
for of I-awtey, won the ,- CROCHET
winning project sweepstakes since last summer.
Miss Anderson was a picture prize in the adult division Ili I.... : Blue: Becky Wall, yellow
made of felt, the first effort at of pictures with a needle Dale also won a blue ribbon ; T poncho or cape; Becky Wall,
such a work for the eighth point creation of a pot of flo with a hanging basket, whichhe pillow top; Cindy Griffith,
grade Bradford Middle School wers. Sheila Starling won 11 built. Q :IY 4\ scarf and hat; Becky Wall,pot
student. The picture took second place in needlepointMrs. Ribbon winners in the : holder.
about two weeks to make. Dougherty also won a Is tr Senior Youth Division are: Red: Janet Duncan. cross
Paula Kay also won a red blue ribbon for a decoupage <' bookmarker.
ribbon for a crocheted shawl project; Vicky Starling won a" I1AKKD PRODUCTS) J.JJ\
she entered in another cate red ribbon. Blue ribbons: Donna MISCELLANEOUSBlue
gory. She also planned to Terry Carver, tenth gradeson Sarnons. drop cookes; : Barry Watts, cera-
enter some chickens in the of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. CarP Drneice Bright Raggedy Ann mics cannon; Tina Baker.
cake; Debbie McConnell doll -..'. terrarium.Red .
cake; Sarah Norton, strawberry :..., : Doreen Jakab, tote
cake, and William Its-R.r'iJ!?r. n.' If i". .>r bag.
Whillic'ld. cake. PROJECTSBlue
Red ribbons: Tasha Dale Tenly used cedar: and pine to create: a wooden piggy Dale ,
: Tenly piggy!
!!!
: :Mouse the Senior Youth
Livingston! Mickey bank which won sweepstakes honors in bank woodcarving, SWEEPSTAKES -
4 a' cake; Sarah :Norton, Faster Division. There is no money in the piggy,but the ninth grader ; Donnie Griffith,
cake. at BUS will bank on wood carving for years to come. wood dog woodcarving.
It all started last Christmas for Terry Carver, when relatives -
game' him a kit to design this wire art. Finished just last
week, the copper wire' artwork won a sweepstakes prize at 'Free .I'eopleFree Libraries'"Free
the Bradford County Fair In the senior youth division of picture -
competition People Free As part of National Library Hart Feed
Libraries" is the theme of Week, the Bradford County
Barbara Godwin
ver of Starke the best won
over-all prize in won the senior second place with her stringart National Library Week set Library is having its annualart Bradford County's Full f'R,..
youth division of pictures witha creation. for April 5.10, in which all show, displaying local
,r. local residents are urged to talent in artwork and crafts. Service Fertilizer DealerFERTILIZER
string art creation of a Needlepoint pictures got a
tennis player The project blue ribbon for Darlene Shirley visit their new Bradford Anyone wishing to display Da
r consists of a board, vinyl, in the senior youth pictures County Public Library located their original work is invitedto r=ze
..rf nails, copper wire, and silver and Janet Duncan a .red at 105 E Jackson Street contact the library
r" paint on wire beads Terry ribbon. Eugene Anderson wona
.-' started the project during blue ribbon for his mis
Christmas vacation and finished cellaneous picture or an (Bag or Bulk) FRM COMPLETE FEED
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it last week.
12 Exp.Kodacolor. --I'
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DeWitt C.JonesFuneral 25Kodacolor I 10o Lb.

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Paula Anderson, a II-pea c-old eighth grader at.Bradford k CRUTCHES J
Middle School holds the felt picture that won for her. MAIL TO : DOUBLE PHOTO F Hart Owner Hwy 100 West At Bradford
sweepstakes prizes in the Junior Youth Division 1 of picture KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 4733176m,
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Starke Man Charged With Exposing Himself 9
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f*i resident A 40, who year old Starke Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment Higgenbotham exposed Higgenbotham pled guilty to NOTICENow MFMn. = I Ir
lists
himself as on charge of two himself to three juvenile girls the charges, was given two d L
'a. minister, Harley D, previous incidents of this ages 11 and 12. years probation and was fined Available Rrpuwn
.,' Higgenbotham Route 1, Box nature. On March 25 he appeared $200 court costs. He was also Bagged Tankage =
153 C, was arrested in Court records show these before Bradford County Judge ordered by the Judge to entera 3/26 4/17 '
Keystone. Heights two incidents occurred Elzie Sanders for these counseling course, either at
March 21, on SundaYi February 9 and Feb. 17 in offenses which are listed as a the Bradford-Union Guidance MEAT & BONE MEAL We're offering special low prices on all
indecent exposure. Lawtev and Starke when first degree misdemeanor. Clinic or one of his own new MF farm tractors under 80 pto hp plus
Higgenbotham was choosing. He was directed by 50 new MF Industrial units In stock. Check
identified %
in Sunrise Park by a Judge Sanders not to commit PROTEIN
how much
can save:
you ,
.'the minor female and placed in Rope Suspect Out On BondA this act again.According ........ '
Clay County Jail.
to the States YTTI
According to Keystone 41-year-old Starke man police. Attorney's office in Green ( For All Animal Feed "\ r'P _
officials this arrest led to his suspected of raping a seven- Investigation of the Incident Cove Springs, his case was i a! !,"
.arrest. on March 22 by the year-old girl has been continues,according to Starke held up pending Bradford : .'
" : released from the Bradford Police. County court actionFoundation IncludingDog M.1": ....
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''b & Iff'f: -f--;; ..- ,.. D"lj BHS Girl Runners Win Over Keystone- St. JosephBradford


if 27'9and Cilita Hawkins
yard
..C High lady track "We had at least two Deborah Gomes took fourth Griffith also came In second in Hawkins won the 100 of 12.4 managed fourth in discus witha
t members again showed winners in each event, show- place in the 440 with a time of the 110 hurdles, followed by dash with a time 73'3" throw.
\ .y. 4.- strength in the 1976 season ing a lot of depth for a team of 682. BHS Frances Coltrane who seconds, while Angie Tyson and "It was a good win, mainly
with a strong victory over 29 members. I'm particularly "Laura really put out I was took fifth place with a time of tied for second with 12.8 fifth to give the confidence. We
N-' L Keystone High and St. pleased that most of the girls really Rleased with her Emma Murphy placed: need to get up against some
Joseph's Academy Thursday, will be back next year," com- running.. Coach Howard said 20.7.Bradford High runners took with 13 seconds. easily Gainesville schools,though, to
March 25, taking first place mented Coach Melba Howard. Laura also anchored the mile first place in the 880 medley Linda Richardson find out really how good
in
wins in 11 of 14 events. relay team, which took first with combined time of 2:07,1and : took the mile run clocking we
Coach Howard said.
\1 There five are
are juniors, 16 closest con-
f. BHS earned 100 points In the sophomore and seven fresh place with a time of 56.6. second in the mile relay at tender 6101.: from Her St. Joseph was 19 BHS track girls meet Hawthorne -
't .. track meet, St. Joseph's Aca- men on the squad. Cindy Griffith earned top with a time of 5:21.1.In : seconds behind. Keystone and "hope
,.. demy went home from the Laura Chase won both the honors in the 880 yard run witha field events, Fayonne Merrl s fully" Buchholz April 8 on the
Tornado track with 6'and 220 and 440 yard dash, bring- time of 237.4: and Merri Hawkins won the long jump high Orb maneuvering Bradford track
managed only in/ time of Ormsbee took third in distancing 15'3" and Emma
Keystone ing in a 63.8 seconds in the 4'5"4': over the bar. Tammy
points for third place.In the quarter and 28.9 in the 220. event with a time of 2:46.5.: Murphy followed with a jumpof jumped the four foot
Kelly
14'11" Betty Hudson took
third with a 9%" jump and marker, earning fourth placefor

Tiger Ace Bill Hemme Wins 4-1 Merri fourth with Ormsbee 14'2to came put BHS in Mary the lady Berry Tornadoes.won while both Joalice shot

and discus,
in the top four places of the put in
Goodman took second place
event."Fayonne did an outstanding both events. Berry tossed the
Duel With Bradford
Pitching and the discus93''i"
shot 30'6"
job,winning the long jump threw 29'7"in
with distance and the Goodman
a good
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j'w a beautiful pitchers duel Jimmy Prevatt and getting Hemme then hit a grounderto 100 yard dash, as well as the competition.shot put and Linda 84 6' in Bud-discus A.k

Bill Hemme, Union High's ace Jeffrey Norman, the third baseman Richard Hall anchoring" the 440 relay gett took third in the shot with
hurler bested Jeffrey Jockel designated hitter, to ground who fired to the plate forcing team, Coach Howard said. j*
Charley
of Bradford High 4-1 I in a big into a force out, ending the Lawson. White then tried to
game at the Bradford High threat steal home but was out.
baseball diamond Thursday, The Tigers picked up an Clemons moved around to E.John..
March 25. insurance run in the seventh third on the play. Hemme then fCaon'sT V s
In a streak of wildness inning when Chris Lawson tried to steal second but y .
Jockel yielded three runs in walked. Gerry White singled. second baseman Scott Hull
the top of the first inning when Fred Clemons a grounder to dropped the throw from
he walked two and hit a the right of the mound which catcher Jackson Prevail and About This Question:
I batter. After one man had Jockel fielded and tried to Clemons legged it home with 50 East Main Street, Lake Butler "Widespread total
been retired Hemme the final the
walked Tigers' run on
Phone 496-2917
Merri Ormsbe makes some dirt fly In capturing fourth Tim Whitehead walked and play. losses caused by recent
place In the long jump last afternoon where BUS took
Friday Harold Esford hit Hemme picked his ninth ModelsOf tornadoes have found
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three of the top four I'lnt'sln the event. by a up We Service All Makes And
pitch to load the bases. Jockel, win of the season as against a many property owners
while Jimmy Mobley was lone loss. He gave up one run TV's underinsured by thousands
batting uncorked a wild pitchon five hits, struck out eight and
BHS Golfers Go 6 of dollars. Can;
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Mobley then doubled to five hits, struck out four, Policy or a Commercial
Strokes By Lake CityBradford right field which scored walked four, and hit two COBRA :Multi-Peril. .Policy be
Whitehead and Esford with batters. His record is now 24. written with an auto-
High golfers six position. Bobby Patterson what proved to be the winningruns. Esford and Mobley spankedout matic quarterly increaseof
retained their seasonal dig who now occupies the number two hits apiece to lead the CB RadiosSPECIAL
nity with a six-stroke win over five spot on the team did not The game then settled into a Tiger attack. Mobley also had insurance coverage to
Lake City 164-170 last Friday play in Friday's match top notch pitchers duel until two runs batted in. keep pace with rising
on the Starke Golf and Coun- against Lake City. the Tornadoes came to bat in Five Tornadoes had one hit construction co..ts1"
try Club course. "These boys are capable of the bottom of the fifth Inning each of the five hits they got. Charley E.
Lee Casey was low man for playing good golf. I'm hoping when they picked up their lone Ilona, Aycox with a triple and Good Used Black/White TV's
the day for the second time in they will peak for district run of the game. Kenny Aycox Jackson Prevatt with a double
a row, carding a three over- competition, which is seven walloped a long drive to lead spiced the attack. 5 N.Open 8:30: 5,30 Monday Saturday JOHNS AGENCY
par 39 with six pars and three matches away. We'll play 18 off the inning to left center The Tigers record is now 13- S?*i s 131 SO. WALNUT ST
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bogies. holes in district, which may field with it rolling all the way 3 and the win broke a two e iy Closed All Day Thursday
"I'm really tickled with the present a few problems sincewe to the wall he legged it aroundto 1 game losing streak. PHONE 9fi4-SO7O!
way Lee is playing. He( is usually only play nine but third for a triple. Charles
hitting the ball a lot better and they may just come through" Revels then singled to right Gerry White eVilS) gets set
just playing good golf," said Adkinson said.Tornado field scoring Aycox with the for a bunt to put him (on base to
Coach Warney A'ikmson "Of score against the Tornadoes :
course Winkler is our most golfers travel to run.The Tornadoes then loaded Friday afternoon. 'Fe;. & y
consistent player, hanging in Ocala Forest for a tough the bases when Dinkie Kilby :
match
there around 40.44 Friday afternoon, singled and Scott walked with head off Lawson at third but
Wade Winkler came in third hoping to pull onto the winning one out. But Hemme slammedthe he slid in before the ball

for the BHS squad with a 41, Ocala side of Forest their 6-6 is season the best record.golf door shut by striking out arrived to load the bases. FABRIC SHOPS
one stroke behind !Mat Metres,
team BUS will tace this year,
who picked up the number\ two
Adkinson predicts. BHS lost
with 40
spot a three strokes when Forest
by
James Barber tied with
Scott Roberts for the fourth played here "and that courseis
tough," Adkinson said. SUPER BUYS
position" ith a 44. Barber had
a 51 against Buchholz. and is The squad plays Gainesville 4
playing qualifying rounds Eastside here Tuesday, April ?f
with Joe Valenski and Gene 6, and Orange Park away -
Tanner for the team's number Wednesday.! April 7. NEW NEW

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Monday night, April 5. will Wednesday. %"14"18' WHITE 39
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Church League at Pratt Street begin Tuesday night %:"x6"18' BATTEN /
and the :Men's Open League at April 6. but the schedule was
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easily shut out Cross City 10-0 Clemons pilfered second andwent scored Hazen and Esford witha Hemme then singled up the
I Friday, March 26 in a game to third on a wild pitch. single up the middle. Mobley middle scoring Clemons. You Will Not notice Any
cut to five innings by the 10 Hemme was retired but scored: on another in wild Whitehead walked again. l I
run rule. Whitehead then drew a walk. pitch. Hazen doubled to left scoring ODORIRRITATIONSTAININGCall
Nine runs came across the Nichols then uncorked a wild Lawson walked and took Hemme with the final run of rr '
plate In the bottom of the first pitch or which Clemons scored
second on a passed ball by the inning.
inning to wrap up the game and Whitehead moved to 964-5745
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for the
early Tiger partisans. second. White then singled Lawson both sides going out in order .
Fred Clemons led off Free Inspection : -
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drawing a walk from starting another wild pitch and then to third base. First baseman fielding behind Whiteheadgave Diagnosis & Estimate
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I Baker LeadsBHSRunnersBradford The Tigers ended the game
with a run in the bottom of the
fifth inning. Chris Lawson
High Track team was third with 18'7", and 26, Baker finished first in the walked and Toby Dillow ran, Tim Whitehead of Union County High rounds first on his
placed third in a 5-way meet Ricky Johns fourth with high jump with a leap of 6-6, a for him. White laid down a' way to a double gained on an overthrow against BUS last Fri MAN-SIZE rCON 1tJ!
Tuesday, March 30, with host 18214". quarter inch shy of the meet perfect bunt'and beat it out, day. Robert Best is stretching, but couldn't bring the ball
Orange Park coming in first Baker finished first in the record. He just missed break- putting runners at first and closer: In the 4.1 whipping dealt the Tornadoes by the Tigers.
with 95) points. high jump with a 6-2 leap. ing the meet record with a try third. Dillow went around to for a good day's
Baker County was second at 6-7. third on the bunt. David
with 59, and the Tornadoes He finished second in the Lovelace ran for White. Tim
third with 38 points in the meet Lee relays recently in Jack Baker was interviewed by Mcgill batted for Clemons and
held in Orange Park. sonville with a jump of 21-0. track coach's from Auburn forced Lovelace at second on a Milton Baker won both the He was tied for fourth in the University, Mississippi State grounder to second baseman co Fresh work"I
long jump and high jump for high jump with a 6-0. and Western Carolina regarding Andy Senko who elected to try J\TS:
the Tornadoes. Baker long In the Florida Relays at possible basketball and for the play at second with / R 001/y
jumped 21'7", Franklin Bell Gainesville, Friday, March track scholarships. Dillow crossing the plate with

the run that ended the game. The Whole Family Will Enjoy/

StrawberryThe Golf Tournament Setthe The ten run rule providesthat MAK IN U.1JL ,n
if a team is ten runs DONUTS
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10th annual Strawberry Bradford County Fair andis First place in each flight that the is then
Inning on game
Festival Golf Tournament will held in conjunction with it. ;(1i. COOKIES Higher Clearance
will be a set of irons. Second terminated. Pies .
automatically 3 Point Hitch 4 or 5 It. MowertCultivators
be held 3, The field will be
on Saturday April divided up place winners will receive a White and Hazen led the
and Sunday, April 4, with 18 in four different flights basedon with 12 In. Bottom Plows
attack
holes each day at the Starke established handicaps.Over set of woods. Herres said seven hit Tiger Disc Harrows Bedder
hits each. Hazen had the
Golf and Country Club Course. 100 there will be other prizes two Planter Pert. SpreadersOver
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This is an annual feature of expected to compete. awarded in each flight. only extra base hit, a double. SJ7S $110 I Do $250 20 Implements For 2 to 29 Acres
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program has closed out its there are six teams and just losses 100& 21-By Railroad
.y registration with 95 boys three coaches. The Tigers now have a 14-3 5353 WEST BUYER 3/25,43O
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We will hold our signed up to play this season, "Out of 95 boys you would log for the season. Keystone Heights I' I
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Creekon _
the St. Johns River Saturday Recreation Department adults that would be willing to ,;
There is help", Davis states. ,
April 10, at 6:30: a.m. to one major problem
with the this The teams normally play
6:10:: pm.The program year
(top six bassmasters are according to Recreation two games each week, Mon- | ,
Director Randall Davis and and 'ur,
beginning to tighten up. Four day Friday.
more tournaments are left in that is the fact that not enough U anyone would like to help '"
this year's competition and we adults take an interest in the in the program please contact dol

bhould vity. have quite a bit of acti- program and are willing to the recreation department. n


Frederick Conway and myself BUS Cheerleader Tryouts TuesdayTryouts
fished Lake Kerr last for Bradford be
High ally evaluated and will
week We landed a nice string varsity and junior varsity judged on physical capabilities I 1 II'
nf 11 yearling bass. cheerleader will be held Tues- and poise in the tryouts,
Bobby Allen and George day night, April 6,in the Brad- Mrs. Prevatt said. '.
fished Fe Lake
Pierce Santa
ford High School are to the
gym
Tryouts open
Saturday. !March 27. George beginning at 6:30: p.m public and there will be a 50 155 W. Call St. e
landed one that weighed A panel of judge from cent admission charge. THUR. THRU MON
nearly four pounds. Bob says Orange Park, Keystone, East- Starke Fla.
that the bass weren't bitingtoo side and Green Cove Springs ,
good. High Schools'wilLselect eight The best high-school principal -
Congratulations to Terry cheerleaders for ach squad I ever worked for gave I .
McCarthy who landed a 10 from 13 contenders in each teachers this admonition re- I ; : s
pound two ounce bass in to cheer- garding 'Treat
category, according teen-agers:
Lowery Lake. leader sponsor Wanda Pre- them like adults..but don't
Gene Sellers joined the bass !expect them' to act' that j
club at the last We vatt.Varsity 1 ,
meeting. i
tryouts begin at 8p.m. way ILe
would like welcome Gene : e I
to
to following junior varsity -R, Lowell Davtt In!
the club.
The Ru."f'. Kdueotton World

tryouts at 6:30: p.m. girls !
See you at Dunn's Creek have already been academic-
Fish Camp.

Bass wishes, j
.
Neil Crawford Sala4MEtIBl1s
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Mr. Fish s.MEN'S


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u1 u'ti M SSs' LAMES't MISSIS FOLDING
38 GIRLS'414DRESSES
POLYESTER JR. BOYS'

Hwy 16 702 E. Brownlee DOUBLE KNIT POLYESTERLEISURE & PERMANENT POLYESTER ALUMINUM

SLACKS SUITS PANT SUITS PRESS DUSTERS DOUBLE KNIT LAWN CHAIR

r ....,.S+ eE1.ss SLACKS

Mullet .vs.17.s6; 5N.$12 $ Kadttl poIy.-1$4 a... $4. S3 ..S. $S.11 $5
Wnbrn styling. 1 0 $6 I S'
s TroutRed II.. N.vy or buryndV,rust, M,.., EA. IA Stw combed SM cotton.L XL I" Elarne Sue-Sto' 'was 10. P!. EL

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& 'S RE1. f= IttOTALL .', b BOAT SUITS
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Shrimp NUM SM L xl. Novelty 80 floral
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SOFT LOOK
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Terry McCarthy 14
proudly displays! his 10-pound i Cedar Key Florida J l 1 l 100% NYLON
tlLASSwAlE ... s '
i-ounre black bass, measuring PC. st1 n rr 1. u KNIT BRAS ,
L'fiij inches In length, .al $4 f rain PANITIIK s -r. ;, "
M 4 1
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recently caught In I.owery !N. $4J1 .. PR1. NR WITS WOOS FRAME *J -.
S Peel ToChurchs Clubs Etc. ZS a.ant.l w Gold orMWtIM n1n 1AssEN post u2 \ 2 $3

Lake.It's the bluest' fish Terry Special Discounts Many I w.h.' ,. 1 1e a..aooradoorMw. :::.....11 5 40. IIRRN.11.1T 5151 32 40 roSIM ABC Cup II

ever caught. The big hawg ::--:1: ilANt MSMTII
UIIH hooked on a Hipala. Nine m.t 1 r l..sluB NOtHIN5k
RIB BOYS ,
smaller bass were boated on t 'E?'\\ PLAYBAUSMR NECKLACES
the fishing trip by Terry, his Mr. Fish Er It IB POLOS F ''iII''I.: c0t0l1M s* \ -
TFuua
father llar ry ;McCarthy, and Pip!PAIL 1112 '""'I. .OOK r IS*.711 S
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Clyde Bradley ONm01s'oco/ ,, '' 3a EA.lt1.T1 I
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liNtlf'1-14 f .. BATH IOWELS
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Behind Bradford Square Shopping Center e
SCUDS I
RM fee 1.
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Feed Store HaST LAMS'mlY
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tl TRKOT -lnaole.3SOa'4 Fu l aolon SM.L.L.. 'I..., Sure 11.3.s'3 Pt. Vouteti toneoswr TT $350 I PLASM


Complete Line of Feeds, Seeds, Fert., Animal Health I PANnES ItDI ClR'AlIl DRAPE KITCRENs' oR I


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Tomato Plants We Have The M, 4 u 4 4 I ..".. .';.:i f..) I14L rYu 2.250

Best Selection
__ac. AI.U utTu* IfsmEIM IAPI1511An RAND WOYRNmiDsin
Pepper Plants Off Garden Seeds 27 BE. laMIa 4.Z. _NIL W1IAPP M' M11SIP11C !N. AMNf.OI Innsmu I

Del/, Hot, Swecff To Be FoundAnywhere DIAPERS 2.'ISO u.fl 2J11Ou.f1 :u41z: 2..1110 2.'P ,, PLACI MATS ,

talau STn un ...Tw.LAST ...nnulT T1I 11111 LAST
Egg Plants r $3 wt 2 .$1 f

Irani Assorted.0010.
And At The Best 1
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Onion Plants C11TIA I/1L 1a'
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All Tomato & Pepper Fertilizers Included frIctt CAwM .a8AL ....D a/siiP selyl.efw I
NYS'fitt11[ caN HClI: 4
L $3 1ft IIAM W AT ISSOKI sa* es anA"T 'I'MnIPAS1I' ...
10-10-10 4-7-5
Plants Are Loose Buy
boys 2.1lit.IT 2rss 2"'I"u.n 2.'Iseu.f1 unu.uuan.. 3 'I

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JUST A WOREAT

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a u oA ;::::: 1 LB.CAN of +
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fJf'
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GIVE, 'U-,pU.S. GOY'T.. IHSPECTEB HEAVY WEIGHT ] ::1; : WITH THIS COUPON I
JJWl FREEZER SPECIAL! : ,: 9Sc
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- WE "'"COUPON DOc <
Chuck Roast 79Chuck ...... ..
WHOLE I
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@I au.- ; lb. ,, JUMIO
'Sirloin' Steakib '*1M m ROLL [
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GIVE 1 AJJOKTIO COtOM.
Round Steak Lb.Quantity S1"
JJW1
Rights Reserved T-Bone Steak $1 49
Cut and Wrapped None Sold To Dealers lb.
WE FARM FRESH
,GIVE; .Free,:.. ..

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,%" c' ER33C'
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BEANS I IA"J

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GIVE''WE: LYKES PALM RIVERSLICED APPLES 68e II

i- $118
J BACON "- 3LB.BAG

Penny LYKES SPECIAL Lb Pkg
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SLICED BOLOGNA SSe FRUiiDwlNE W

FRESH LEAN ..
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LYKES FAMILY PACK t'tS c

'GIVE WE 'a GRILL FRANKS "p*. $188 GROUNDBEEF $159 $369 *Jfv"

BABY BEEF QUANTITY RIGHTSMEO.WNITE.ILIC RE
LYKES EXTRA LEAN SLICED *
7 ft
"-'h WHAT IS IT? $2
W- Baby beef-comes from very young cattle. The COOKED HAM Lb, PkIJ
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GIVE 550 pounds and have been fed mostly milk and _
grass. These animals ore older and heavier than SUNNYLAND 200z.Pkq ft 5 Lb.Pkg ai';

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:GIVE designation. More Lb 8 PACK 12 oz.
', No-Return Bottles Iu t. I
What about cooking! baby beef > =O
J Baby beef has Ittle, fat covering. The shoulder WE ACCEPT Mrs. Kinsers Home Style Ham 99 C 9Ab
:II. leg and loin roasts are best cooked 300-325F, in Ham and Cheese, or
. :
the oven to an internal temperature of 170 F.. U 5 D A F000 : >fI
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Tender sirloin T-bone and porterhouse steaks can C '/
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FROZEN FOOD FEATURES DAIRY SPECIALS HEALTH & BEAUTY SAYINGS
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PIZZA PEPPERONI 1350Z.PKO.68c CHEESE SINGLES 88c TOOTHPASTE sZEz 88cW E

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'The Way We Were Is RevealedIn 1JU! ($ fi3 liJCJQPOOL


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Old Papers on Microfilm t at Veterans WIlliam Service Haas Officer



For a fascinating Idle hour Then there was The Florida copies are missing, having the 'gator sank, and when he
or two there's nothing likepowIng Advocate, which even becamea been lost or destroyed over the came up he was about 25 feet Accelerated payment of
over the forgotten twice-a-week paper for a few years It is still being micro- from the boat. Seeing the sau- $233 million in GI Insurance
lore found on microfilmed months under the masthead of filmed. by the library every rian so near, she began to pull dividend checks for approximately -
copies of 80 and 90 year old "The Florida Semi-Weekly week,and is available right up harder, and ran the boat on a three million
Starke newspapers availablefor Advocate." Editor and pub- to 1976. stump. The splash from the veterans will be completed
the viewer at the Library lisher of this paper was T.R. collision frightened the
away
of Florida History, 4th floor of (Texas) Hodges of Cedar Key Here are a few items that monster Aug. 10, 1888. soon.The
Library West at the UniverSIty who later served Florida as went for big news back in.\ Veterans Ad-
of Florida. "Shell Fish Commissioner," those days'!: NEW HOTELCol. ministration's accelerated

an early conservation office KINGSLEY NOTES \. J.R. Martin has moved dividend project is part of a
Stars are not aware that is no longer in existence. into the Borum house and will record$376.8 million payout to
that had any news- While Mrs. J. White was open in a few days a No. 1 their
veterans
paper except The Telegraph, Scattered copies of these crossing the lake the other hotel Col. Martin is an old in forcevfrom World
Lit policies
but such Is not the case. There papers are also on microfilmat afternoon from the old placeto hotel man and will do his best War I, World War II, and the
was the East Florida Courier, the Library of Florida His- the homestead, she had to please his customers. The Korean Conflict.
published briefly "on the tory and offer some enlightening quite an encounter with an name will be changed to Ken-
second floor of the J.M. Johns comments of that era. alligator. When she first saw tucky House. We predict him a itfJ4 Dividends are payable on

brick building" (considered a Only The Telegraph has been him, he was about a quarter grand success. Jan. 22, the anniversary date of individual
skyscraper in those days) published continuously, how- a mile out and coming straight 1887. policies, but paymenthas
with a lady editor by the name ever, and it is available on toward her. She pulled with all been accelerated in 6 of

of Emma Hogan. microfilm, although some her might for the shore, and STEAMSHIP CANAL the past 15 years.
For the past week there has
been active work going on in About $143 million of the
Starke by a party of engineers dividend total is being

equipping themselves for a credited to policyholdersunder
etrixoRiALs two-month survey across the other options selectedby
state in the interest of the Florida them. Those veterans who
Steamship Canal. have elected to have their GI

I March 30, 1888.PROCRESS. insurance dividends used to
buy additional insurance will
NOTED have the additional amount
Mr. A.F. Moitt has taken d ;
credited on the anniversarydate
What The People WantIn down t his wind-mill and boughtan of the policy.
engine which he will run his
machinery by. Mr. Moitt is a The accelerated dividend

spite of Ronald Reagan's North have in common is a reluctance to be very enterprising man and payments are In keeping, with '
keeps well up with the times. 5\ 4tX1'.4 the VA's traditional policy of
Carolina victory, most political observers pigeonholed and labeled. Most people June 22, 1888. h r making benefits and other

still hold to their conviction that think of Mr. Ford as a "conservative," (Editor's note: Mr. Moitt payments to veterans "as

President Ford has all but wrapped up but in his actions as President he has was a blacksmith with a shop speedily" as is humanly

the Republican nomination for Presi- many times shocked the hard-line conservatives located on the corner of Call possible.

which is why they got Ron- and Court Streets, present site
dent.On of Koch's Drug Store).
the Democratic side Jimmy Car- ald Reagan into the race. IRS Offices

ter's North Carolina win over Governor identify MAIL CARRIERMr. Hin Jeer, Dm kerArfd Stir her, I
No one seems able to positively James Burton begins To Remain OpenOn
Wallace increases the former Georgia Mr. Carter as a conservative, carrying daily mails between

governor's lead further toward the moderate, or liberal, and he claims that Starke and Wilderness, touch- Triplet Calves, Shown at Fair SaturdaysWith !

nomination, and places Wallace pretty he gets along equally well with all three ing at Ionia, Kingsley, and
much out of the running, although he Lakeview Monday next, for the April 15 income tax
points of view. about "one in million" unassisted, in a pasture during -
a a
deadline
the coming four years. He has Ten-day-old triplet calves, rapidly approachingand
may still pick up enough delegates to a nice little rig, and will Hinker, Dinker, and Stinker, oddity. Even twins are said to the early morning hours, a record number of Florida -
have considerable influence at the Harsch observes that much of the criticism accommodate the public in from neighboring Baker occur in about one out of a the first born about 6 a.m. and taxpayers seeking assistance

national convention.The leveled against Mr. Carter is way of packages, passage, &c, County, are making their first hundred thousand calf births. the last 45 minutes later. the Internal Revenue '

based on the allegation that he avoids for the usual trifle. July 6, public appearance at the Service has announced that all
Ford and Carter front-running The proud owner, Mallie The unusual blessed event offices the will be
the issues, meaning that he doesn't takea 1888. Bradford County Fair this in state openon
positions are beginning to make some Davis, of Sanderson, who was unexpected Davis said, Saturdays.
clear and one-sided position on such (Note: Wilderness, Ionia, week. accompanied the family, because the mother looked no
political observers have doubts about
things as abortion, right-to-work laws Kingsley and Lakeview were Born to a seven-year-old including mom, dad, and trip larger while carrying them "While nearly 700.000
the so-called powers of the metropolitanpress small post offices in the here than she did when heavy witha Florida taxpayers have
busing defense policy, aid to Israel and Guernsey brood cow by a 6'j- lets to the fairgrounds
to make or break a candidate. other controversial matters. President Kingsley Lake area.) year-old Charolaise-Brahma Tuesday afternoon, said they 120.pound calf she bore last already sought our help, very

bull, the calves are said to be were dropped by the mother year. few have taken advantage of
Some of the sophisticated political Ford comes in for similar attacksthat IIOG ORDINANCEOur our office's Saturday hours,"

writers have tried to depict Ford as a one never knows in advance what line he according to Charles O.
Town Council at its last
stumbling, bumbling misfit in the White is going to take on the next controversialissue meeting, instead of repealing DeWitt, IRS Florida District

House and Carter as a buck-toothed that comes alongthat he too frequently the hog ordinance and allowing Education Funding Seen Top Director.

country bumpkin. In the beginning changes his mind. watermelon rinds thrownin Taxpayers will be able to
the streets, have orderedthe get assistance from 10 a.m. to
neither treated serious '
man was
as
a The question is then asked: But is that marshal to be more strictin Priority Of 76 LegislatureFunding 2 pm. on both April 3 and

presidential possibility. quality the two men have in common- the enforcement of these April 10. "With the increased

this anti-Ford-and- the of ordinances, and hereafter demand for assistance during
Commenting' on quality being unpredictablesuch
caught throwing -- --- weekdays, Floridians should
Carter treatment, Washington bad thing after all?Isn't it really betterto anyone r a
press melon rinds in the street or of education will be encounter fewer and shorter
correspondent Joseph Harsch says: have a man in the White House who backyards will be heavily the single most priority of the I- ''. delays in getting helped if they

"Had either man been perceived by the keeps an open mind and does not have fined, and all the hogs that upcoming legislative session, jf. contact us this Saturday,

voters as he has been perceived by the unyielding, pre-conceived notions on the" stray in town will be immedIately stated Senator Lew Brantleyin f. '" DeWitt said.
address Thursday, ,
6
impounded. July an
general run of American political issues that deeply divide the American 1888. March 25, to members of the tI t Nth All IRS offices are also open
writers and cartoonists he would be out people? Clay Electric Cooperative. I weekdays from 8:30: a.m. to

of the running now. But the fact is that LAWTEY SCHOOL Y 4:30: Persons contactingthe
"I would submit the that The legislature must look IRS on weekdays will
thoughts When completed our school /
neither one is out of the running. To the
into wasted education, said usually find the hours of 8:30:
perhaps the voters understand better house will be a model of its
contrary, Mr. Ford's nomination is at Brantley. According to the and
kind. The lower story only will a.m. to9.30a: m. 3.30pm.:
than the that the U.S. needs
this moment the most plausible prospecton pundits an be used for school purposesfor senator, each year the state r to 4:30: p.m. least busy. Also,
the American political horizon, in open-minded presiding officer at the the present. This will be supported colleges are an extra hour of service is

spite of North Carolina. And the survi- head of its government rather than a furnished with single seats graduating an overabundanceof provided until 5:30: p.m. for

val of Mr. Carter to the contention is the partisan and an ideologue," Mr. Harsch and desks each scholar citizens'teachers obligation and lawyers.does The not persons assistance.needing telephone
isolated of the
concludes.But entirely -
second most An election lifetime for
plausible. cam- latest construction. The lower extend over a

paign between the two is easy to ima whatever it is the voters want-- part of the walls will be wains- education be and burdened they should with not
gine." coated, the middle part provided have to
whether honesty, open-mindedness, or a with a hard-finished extra taxes, he added. i

The question naturally ariseshow winning smile-Mr. Ford and Mr. Carter blackboard on all sides of the of wasteful

did these two men reach their present seem to have it. And their front posi-- room, and above this will be spending One example in education, the

positions in spite of bad-mouthing by the tions tend to prove that the voters makeup ceiled. June 22, 1888. senator said, is the Universityof f ,i,

metropolitan press? Is there a quality their own minds in the voting booth, (Note: This is the buildingnow Florida doctor who

common to the two men that is valued and frequently seem to go deliberately being used as Lawtey's developed Gatorade. The

by the voters although unnoticed by the against whatever the big-city press tells City Hall but which will be doctor University is now law at school Florida, but State is Trustee Zrdra Hamilton (right) presents C.N. Smith SFCC's Mobile
old rail-
the
press? Mr. Harsch concludes that the them they should do. That, it seems is abandoned road station when is deeded to the retained as a medical advisorat with 35 Year Appreciation Award. Information Van

most prominent quality the two men the American way. city for use as a city hall\ ). UF at an annual salary of
$30,000. year's budget came to $2.56 accredited and that it is the To BeAt Fair

QUITE A CURIOSITYLast billion for one year. most important award a
curtail Santa Fe Community
"We have to excess
week Sam who like this, Brantley Brantley also slammed the system can earn. Acceptingthe College's Mobile InformationVan
Perry, certificate on behalf of the
I The WorkedThe He will be at the Bradford
System lives near Kingsley Lake emphasized.On country's penal system. co-op was Walter King,
agreed that many of the County Fair on March 31 and
found in the
quite a curiosity director of Clay Electric s
the matter of Increased institutions were overcrowdedbut April I, 2, and 3.
of a section of the back ofa
way Safety department.
taxes, Brantley expressed Santa Fe staff membersDon
prolonged eight-week trial of eign correspondent first discovered the large mastadon The main criticized the planned
opposition to an increased gas construction of five new penal Mott, Richard Cain, and
of the bone is about the Entertainment was
Patricia Hearst is over, and the verdict- communist techniques of brainwashingand part of bucket and tax, saying! "we're enjoying facilities for the State of provided throughout the Mike Wright will]man the unit,
size a water
surprising to somewas "Guilty," as introduced the word into the measures 13 inches across. all the government we can Florida morning by gospel singersJ.D. from which information about

charged." English language. But for some strange afford. We should not have to Sumner and The Stamps.One college programs? and
reason Mr. Hunter was never called to Mr. Perry had been fishing work for the priviledge of "The building will\ have air of the most popular activities will be distributed to
There be and home when supporting the government." conditioning, one living roomto interested Individuals.
can no question that Miss the stand.In was returning events appeared to be the
he what he to bea every four prisoners, and a Counseling will be possible at
Hearst received a fair trial. Following saw supposed will high bucket rides provided by
appropriations
Budget kitchenette for
event the Patricia Hearst cypress stump on the edge of every eight two trucks. Both this time.
the verdict most any time co-op young
told be the
jurors reportersthat probably biggest prisoners, to fix snacks
the )lake. lie kicked the object and old The display will also featurea
is Ahead lies hopped Into the
story by no means over. this session,
in the beginning, their sentimentshad and a piece of the bone broke consumer in next between meals. The wrong slide presentation about the
"cherry picker" to seek
a
been in favor of the defendant. But. the trial of William and Emily Harris off. This convinced him that said the president-elect of the doers seem to have more view high above the grounds. college, which operates a

in the end the weight of evidence was so and Miss Hearst has been indicted by he had discovered a relic. He State Senate, with other rights "than law abiding Starke Center as well as two

overwhelming they could not avoid a California as a co-conspirator. What will took the bone home, afterward problems centering, no fault on citizens, he commented."We Many citizens also took permanent campuses in
medical malpractice
verdict of guilty. happen now? Will she appear in court as bringing it to Starke where it auto insurance and the have forgotten about advantage of the glaucoma Gainesville.
is now on exhibition at Dr. J.L. the victim and given too mucn testing unit set up by the Lions
a defendant or will she as a wit.
appear Cask Ins' drug store. March economy. the Club. A number of I
The contention of the defense that ness against her former SLA comrades? 4, 1898. offender consideration," Sen. to Brantley businessmen displayed their 3 Trustees

Miss Hearst had been "brainwashed" by Whatever choice she makes, the spot- The first time the budget added.In electrical services at booths

her Symbionese Liberation Army com- light will be focused on her for a long NEW B\T11110VSE exceeded a billion commented dollars was the inside of one of the buildings.One ElectedAt
in 1967,
rades just didn't hold water. It might time to come. The establishment of a large senator, and that was for a his concluding remarksto
the audience at the 25th of the booths containeda
have, except for two things. First, the bathing house at Crosby Lakeis two .operation Last Meet
But whatever the outcome of future no longer a matter of specu- year annual meeting of Clay special closed circuit Co-op
psychiatrists called by her attorney are Electric Cooperative in television on which visitors
trials, the present verdict was an effec- lation. Money for the con-
part of that "establishment" which, for tive answer to cynics who felt that struction of a building has Keystone Heights, estimated could watch themselves being Members of the Clay Electric -
and for the many around 5,000, Brantley said interviewed by a WESCO
has
many years most part been subscribed and paid in, Cooperative re-elected
Miss would
Hearst
denied that there is any such thing as escape punishment and the greater portion of the that the electric cooperative employee. Zedra Hamilton, Wayne Hol-
"brainwashing." because her parents were too wealthyand material delivered to the site.A effort commands a great dealof Old time photographs of hngsworth and Dick Surrency

too powerful or that her attorney few days more and the good respect from legislators. Melrose and its residents was to the Board of Trustees at the
F. Lee too clever. people of Starke will be able to annual meeting held Thurs-
And secondly the one man who was Bailey was "These fellows will\ always another display viewed by the
day March
without doubt the best qualified to be of But, in the end it was simple justice enjoy at some the of summer the pleasuresfound resorts have an open door to my crowd. All three 25.
Incumbents
assistance of Miss Hearst in this line of and not wealth nor power, nor cleverness of the more favored sectionsof office. Free fried chicken dinners unopposed in their bids for were re

defense, is Edward Hunter of Arlington that prevailed. The system worked the state.A A plaque was presented to were served to 4,400 people election.

Va., who as a veteran reporter and for- again.iiCiliii. C.N. Smith who has served and by late afternoon some 90
first class hack will be puton more than 35 years as people were lucky recipientsof Hamilton, representing DIs-
the route to the lake and H member of the board of valuable door prizes. trict 5 which Includes Bradford -,
only moderate rates will be trustees and formerly as its Baker and part of Duval
charged for round trips. The for two counties, has been on the
tN p%, Cot, enterprising projectors of this president years. he Old 17z44; Board of Trustees for 15 years
.p r *>y scheme, for the benefit of all Smith represents the : and its president for three
p \ lovers of the bath, deserve members of District 8 which years.
q much praise June 18, 1887. encompasses all of Levy and
M MaeMit Lake Counties and part of Llr7KA- Hollingsworth of District 7,
Clues' to the leisurely life, a* Marion County which encompasses Columbia '
C '.73 it was lived In the 1880 i.are to and Union counties, has
<4 tt\f BOB G. FERGUSON .JOHN M. MILLER be found in the yellowed pagesof Numerous employee served on the board for three
7ON- Publisr these old awards were presented duringthe years.A .
newspapers.
Published each Thursday and entered a*second class Manor at the Poet'Ofl Ml Starke, Fla under Act Although now too fragile to be r III tl !! afternoon as was a trustee
handled without National Safety Accreditation 11 for nine years and
01 March 3. 1879 damage, they
Subscription mtrtdeareaT $6 per year: $3.50 si.l1p1W1B. are available In microfilm and certificate It was pointed out fecretary of the board for

Outside tract area; .7 per yearr M.00 six months reveal much of the early his that only 25 per cent of "If you're a tclf-itartcr, your sent District years Surrency 3 repre
which
tory of Starke and Bradford SErf. BRANTLEY cooperatives across the bore doesn't have to be acreak. the coven
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HUKCII ACTIVITIES be Chaplain James fompklns, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, and LAWTEYBy and son were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas State College, Valdosta,.Ga.
[urch of God Sunday of Union Correctional Institution sister,Mrs.Daisy Boch. Other their grandparents, Mr. and and Jay, of Live Oak, were Calvin and Miss Patricia
01 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Raiford. Song leader will guests for Sunday dinner were Elizabeth Terry Mrs.Carl Prevatt. On Sunday Sunday afternoon guests of Hinote came Saturday night
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.er be George Huggins, retired I son-in-law and / their dinner guests were their their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and were overnight guests of
Meeting Tuesday 7:30: County Agent. A nursery will Mr. and Mrs. daughter Health Center and their cou- week with her son and daugh nephew and niece, Mr. and Fred Moore her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. ,
YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. be provided. and family, also of Palatka. sins, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sea- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Buddy Rawls. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Coleman Phillips and family.
ergreen Baptist: Sunday Highland Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Hester Hicks visited vers, Sr., of Jacksonville on Hubert Wilkison, of Live Oak. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Taylorand Roberts,of Jacksonville,were They took her grandmother, I
Bol 10 a.m. Worship Sers School 10 a.m. Worship Services her brother-in-law and sister Tuesday. Mr.and Mrs. Marcus Griffis daughter, Carolyn, of Saturday overnight guests of Mrs. Roy Hinote, back to
.11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders, William Harris of Ocoee and family were Sunday Jacksonville, spent the after- their brother-in-law and Miami on Sunday. TOd.
ter Meeting Wednesday 7 Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Sunday afternoon. spent several days with his dinner guests of their parents, noon and were supper guests sister,Mr.and Mrs.John Tye. Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd oWl *. I
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gus- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkison.Mr. of their sister, Mrs. Lucille T. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Macon, Ga., spent from"'iuwj
tlth Baptist Church: p.m.The Revival Meeting and tafson of Green Cove Springswere and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. and Mrs D.R. Brown Ivey and nephew and niece from Tuesday to Friday with Thursday to Monday with ,-d
lid Program over WPXEke Homecoming on Sunday were Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Fonzo Pre- were hosts for a birthday Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brown andCynthia. her nephew and niece, Mr. their mother, Mrs. O.Jtlqo! ;s>>
8 a.m. Sunday. Bible both well attended. their Mr. and Mrs. vatt visited their brother and party for their daughter Cyn and Mrs. Terry Futch and Phillips, and Danny. Mrs.1**
6ol 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Northslde Baptist: Sunday Bill Dobbs parents and family. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. thia's 6th birthday anniversary Major and Mrs. James sons, of Jacksonville Beach. Phillips went home with then'" "**
s 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.er School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mr. and Mrs. Roger Eunice Carl Prevatt, Sunday of last on Saturday. They Dougherty and family, Miss John C. Tye, Jr., of South to get her glasses adjusted:01: *lit
Meeting Wednesday 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. attended homecoming at week. played several games after Erma Wilson, Miss Linda Daytona stopped to see his Mr. and Mrs. Frank HarrlwwW
|p.m. Bible Study Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Highland Church on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Vince Taylorand which she opened her gifts. Giesbrecht, s professor; of psy-- parents, Mr. and Mrs. John son, of Tampa, and Mr. and rills
(ace United Methodist: p.m. and spent the afternoon with family of Maxville were They served ice cream and chology University of Valdosta Tye, Sr., Friday afternoon.We Mrs. Larry Davis and son, of,.,.*
day School 9:45: a.m.; their parents Mr. and Mrs. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. cake. State College, all of Valdosta are glad to report that Fanlew, were Sunday dinner?Jfldl
hip Services 11 a.m. and PERSONALS Harold Eunice. and Mrs, Paul Lock and Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mrs Mabel Boy- Mrs. Del Dougherty, of Valdosta Hall of Rev. and Mrs. Jini'.qeq;:
jn. Choir Practice 7 p.m. Mrs. Maines Griffis and Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly family. attended the Annual Clay Coop ette of Jacksonville, all spent Ga, daughter of Col. and family They"
ted; Methodist Youth Fel- children,of Palatka, spent the visited Miss Arthurine Mrs. Bennett Wilkison, son meeting last Thursday. the weekend with relatives, and Mrs. Wm. Wilson, made attended services SundaY1s3111, *
hip 8 p.m. Wednesday weekend with her mother Blanchard at Cathedral and granddaughter, spent a Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Harper Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. the dean's list at Valdosta morning. ..i ilduqwJfrre
rs. Frank Coss, Mrs. :

'nces rge Hamilton Wainwright, Mrs., Mrs.Jim .- .. .. .. / SUPER DISCOUNT COUPON* s Jh17I1 dllw
i, Mrs. Truby Wainwright, TIlAiEiiitrlYlEi
Mrs. Hermie Kelly of the r----- nldL
ted Methodist Women'sety t FOOD COMET CLEANSER

attended the Quiet dip 261
1 the Lake 4 UNIT
Meeting at But. : 59C IIiU.n
Methodist Church on I BONUS PACK I

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youth W'D.\ 7, T UMiT-1 OP BACH CINTt OFP COUPON WITH A.7 M OH
PANTRY
up of the church went to SUGAR MOM POOD OftDIN,TOBACCO PRODUCTS'NCLUDVD, .J
hey World at Orlando last I.R -- ------------- ----.
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arday. Rev. Jim Hall, Mrs. I I
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yore vival accompanied Services at them.the I 5 LB BAG 7 8 ''''IW I r.i" -_ ONE DOZEN +---1

rch will start Sunday, SUPERMARKETS
:il4. and continue through I 2OI ANY .J
WI'H! THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIOI OR Old STORES WED, MAR 31.THRU EGGS I
rsday.The Evangelist;! will WED.APR 7.1976 LIMIT OP EACH CENTS OFP COUPON WITH S7.tiD OR STAR KE I SIZE .....')
\ MORE FOOD ORDER TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED I
320 OFF WITH THIS COUPON,. AT PANTRY, rmOl' OK OTOPH WID.HUH II.TMHU Z1't
SOUTH WAD APM 7 7S LIMIT f O..C". CIMTB OPP COUPON WITH A S780 OH _. .CJy
Mom FOOD Quoin roi/icco PRODUCT IHCLUDID .J
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f Jeannette Prescott Super Discount 1 Super Discount 1 Super Discount! EvcryDayLowPrice 'J'1 l

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.and NEW Mrs.ARRIVALr. Allen B.Crews 30E LYKES 20 301 S1VE 'vrtnnn
i i'urn
ounce the birth of a BONELESS PORK SHOULDERPICNICS LE PANTRY PRIDE CENTER CUT BEEF
ghter, Amy Lee, on .
ay. March 21, in Alachua JSffud
eral Hospital. She joins a SIRLOINSTEAKS
er, Mark, and a sister rut
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PERSONALS ROAST "!oqt
!Vand Mrs. R.W. Edwards 10 PATTIES 20 PATTIES l()(
visited their cousin,
';",rnpa Eva Harrell, recently. 6 TO 8LB 20oz 40oz 9d1Q
\r,' and Mrs. Paul D. U.S. GOV'T. AVG. U.S. GOV T '7'1
cott and Johnny attended .
BB Head Start fish fry INSPECTED WATERADDED / INSPECTEDCORN
jirke last.Saturday. CORN FED BEEF FED LBEvcrvDayLowPrice IITN.nuia

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I.i. Atkinson was admitted 'IJoH

,(.March achua General 22, and Hospital Coy Sup r Discount EveryDayLowPrke Super Discount EveryDayLowPrice V Super Discount"V. Super Discount 'IUO:)
rds is in the Gainesville 'tj.JU
Mn uw Mrv tAw Itt
,Ass Hospital. Please 30 14' CCf iLADi 71' BONELES! 71 BONELESS BEEF ZI NEW CROP lASt! FRESH CRISP 11 'J'IlJ
ONCLCS&1C IP LOTS OF
them in
member your
yttrs. ROUNDSTEAK 'CHICKEN CHUCKSTEAK ( SHOULDERSTEAKS f YELLOW CALIFORNIALETTUCE ?
.t 'I'J1.J" BEEF I '')
M.. Bobby Gnann, ofiJackkonWlle 'UGO."T1R'.IIM"U.. ONIONS
: OR" 'ou.Rr ".IIM"C" on tnw.op.ouNo on PIECE {TQ'1ir.uuC5J
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visited her 1 WING 3 NIC* 1 GI ItT"Go.'L U..
I I parents, Mr and Mrs..Evan U 1.OOVTINSPECTIO : 1wwNY"0.0. c U.S. OV T ,,2 TO $ U.S.COW. ..., C I'bOoR '
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Hodges last week. While here o'.De 44 IMSPICTIDCOP.H 3 LB INSPECTED sh{ TiJU'Y 4
CORN)FE I CORN FED LI' .' {; LB
.iBhe: elped them move into ;!:0:::0 LB FID PKQ LI 'nd'1N
thei new home.

.n" i I!: Super Discount EveryDayLowPrke l EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLbwPrk EveryDayLowPrke V Super Discount 1 EveryDayLowRric I jDtian
Mrs. Vclita Ann Hunt and
and un Drv ml un un
eeoa Mrs. Velita IA'\ Ew 110'
1Q 1 38 PANTRY PRIDECaullfloWctrj. 18 ID 10 f SWEET AND MELLOW 1
elace, Gainesville, Mr. Pantry PrideDONUTS SEA CALL CONTADINA a 'IIH
d Mrs. Cart Edwards and GRATEDTUNA TOMATO SPLIT TOP FRESH I Golden Ripe
and Linda Bennet;of Law. Bru** l Sprout* 4* BUTTERLOAFBREAD .no

iftlrs.,were Evan supper Hodges guests in of their Mr. Varieties/ SAUCE Brcc l| Sp ar> BROCCOLI //BANANAS ': .+

:w' home last Thursday. Pack C0C -P.f 1)9e
er recent: guests of the 801 6$1 3/l 2/791'" / ,1t"reSh 15c 11Inha wq
dges were their son-in-law of( 16 %/*/ CAN BUNCH
\ daughter, Mr. and Mrs. !

Chesten, of Jacksonville. COMPARE OURI''riMVDAV. YOU.AVtnicist COMPARE OU 1VKYDAT TOO.. COMPARE LaMi IK pY i COMPARE YOU 1 r
__. Mamie Hodges was LOW ut*TO LOw PP.IC'SI UP' i YuioEI LOWPYYCiSIr II OYE bib

k to return to the home oft 38 OZ BTL l AM CAN IrNt TASTE SU6A CURED SUCEO IBM Mi -Uq I MNTRr MIDI In M(.

daughter,of Archer,, after Mrs.a stay Melba in Delmonte Catsup 89 "' Seneca Apple Sauce oMFTNE OC1 J Breakfast Bacon r '' i Cream Cheese 2/99"J,;

Chua General Hospital. V(1
; and Mrs Evan Hodges HUM RIOT' 'u 011' TtSTC IIDI 20'i J QUICK nOl!" I S LI AVI LAND 0'FlOSr ASSOIItO 111 ,n.

Bobby last Friday Gnann and visited reportis Onion or Egg Rolls 2/J1'/ 1 "' [Cream Style Corn 4/M/ 1 Cornish Game Hens 1119'10'1 i Chipped Meats 2/89'/ '' ::n:

| getting along fine. MOWN NSITYF I IATAN 2 Jr.
j 'eons of Jacksonville II. H'PtlONI 1211 CHilSt.I4ll $AUlAS[ I 100 COUNT loa c f IAN TS7 MIDI IMPOITEO 12.1 Ml I IEN.WI NEW ZIA1ANI SQUARE CI' SNOUIWI
ted their uncle and aunt, 69 99 Sliced $199 69 t 30'
and Mrs. Evan Hodges, Lambrecht PizzaROliN Pantry Pride Tea Bags i Ham Lamb Roast uar' : :I u

| Sunday. ,0.l 4 i OUICK 1 H10ZEN] C FIESH ASSORTEO SLICED **'
b ChoplpedAEJOnions 29* Black i nd 10.l Perch h o9 RS'stIAVI $129
j Pepper 69 Ocean Fillets u Pork Loin tl 20' ...r{
Win I
jott,Jockel ALL STEMS S PRICES 0000 WED MARCH 31,THRU WED APR 7, 176 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. IU'

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ailSAYE
'raig' Scott is the winner
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SAYE SAYE SAVE
tit
i Janice Jockel in
j Bradford Middle runnerup School PANTRY PRIDE 18 30c CARNATION 45 HART 25 :diicd
felling\ bee held Monday,

Inch 29.The S A SLICED HALVES ARM & HAMMER 1111wo
two will represent BMS YELLOW CLING COFFEE SWEET
f he county wide spelling bee
day, April 5, at 10 a.m. in DEADS HALVES LAUNDRYDETERGENT 197
school board meetingm IARTLETT
in the administration MATE PEAS
(Iding. FRUIT COCKTAIL ..LMlorf
otto 8th grade,is the son ofs.
Barbara Scott of Starke.
ri
ss Jockel also an 8th
ader, is the daughter of 16oz 17oz 'DAl
pt. of Schools and Mrs. CAN l
chard Jockel of Starke. 7Ooz 22oz CAN qzm
Participants in the middle YOUR CHOICE
hool contest were Tina Best, ifltid"

irt ette",, Michelle Healan. Suzanne Grdf is. New.June r------------------:: STAY FREE AIM TYLENOL LISTERINE
Alan
lUis, Regina Rasmck ANTISEPTIC
shline Vaunda Brown, I SAVE BREYERS j
enee Williams, Craig Scott, I : MAXI PADS Toothpaste TABLETS MQUTHWASHBTL. tr nice Jockel, and Terri &Alob
atray. I ICE CREAM : -==;, 48 COUNT 4.6oz TUBE 100 count w 32oz .
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Ms. Linda Powell called the I /
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iidged the spellers.master Mrs.of I CASH OR O'd STORES WED., MAM 31, THRU I ))99)2/ ) I 4yI,I 88. b )
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I different dallsifkaliolthan alcd there. of the residential zoning at the and a hearing will be held at River, north of Highway 100. 230-A from R1A to OpenRural. Permission to advertise was one acre on the east side of
the business original) oper- BiddlK said he was unaware time of buying the building the board's meeting on the The property lies between the The OR zoning will also given in the following re- Highway 100, 2S'' miles southof
and that Archer, from OR to BP to
Starke
owner of a last Tuesday in
April. for zoning requests:
3 Arrested In RobberyThree Lake Butler funeral Long Bridge Church and the require one acre conven- the possible construction '
home, Mrs. Nan Moody was given bridge. A hearing will be heldin tional or mobile homes. -Gilbert A. Nelson, rezonIng permit
for had contracted for its pur permission to advertise for( a with homes a 200 x 90-ft. lot, one-half of a commercial buildingin
aiea were was hospitalized
men some
arrested and formally time with head injuries, chase thinking it was in a zoning change from OR to Final April.approval was given to PropertY.owners will be mile south of Starke on the the future. The property
commercial zone.Archer said "Special User' to permit east side of Highway 100 from adjoins the site of a proposed
oper- and
In"
charged with strong/ aimed according to arresting officer he the board's own proposal to "grandfathered may
robbery of local businessmanJohn George Tomasovitch. planned to spend$30,000 for ation of an overnight camp-- rezone approximately 64 still occupy, sell, or rebuild OR to BP to permit construc- residential development by
I'oell110 was beaten None of the suspects have meet remodelling the the building to ground on 20 acres of an 80- acres lying between SR-230 their homes in case of fire,the tion of a real estate office. L.K. Edwards and Associates.
and robbed of several hundred yet been released from the Biddix requirements. acre tract bordering New and Wilson Road and east of board said. -Martin Thacker, rezoning
was given idIatchmaker
dollars, according to the Bradford County Jail. to advertise for the permission,
Starke Polite Department In other police action, Wendell change
Policemen /arrested Nor Lamar Grover, 29, of
man Easley 19,of Starke and Starke, was arrested Saturday i:
JI'I'omeTurn'r.( 21, of Lawtey March :27, and chargedwith Model' SOMHAmerica's
Monday\! A third suspect assault and battery upon .J
Robert Powell, 30. of Gainesville Betty Grover resisting arrest .
was arrested 1 Tuesday with violence and carrying a j Number 1 Air Conditioning Maker!
and charged with the incidentUusmcssnuiii concealed weapon. He Id still n I II
Powell was being held at the Bradford '. I
4.Fashion
injured in Die incident and County Jail under$8,500 bond. ,. .... I I
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TBONESIRLOIN $169 b, t a._
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; Show Set
*lL9b & ANY NECESSARY
Janice Slocum,on left,helps ELECTRICAL WIRING:.
sewing Instructor and fashion
show organizer Mrs. Ruby
,. GROUND BEEF Thomas on right,pin the hem
of a dress made by Marian CARRIER'S MATCHMAKER.
In for .. HERE IS A
Cummings preparation
69 Lb. the seventh annual fashion Air Discharge Tosses Sound, Heat Skyward. SINGLE-PACKAGED AIR CONDITIONER
show staged by sewing students -
Rib & Brisket of the Bradford-Union THAT BRINGS COOL CONDITIONED
Vo-Tech School. Twentytwogirls Pleasing Low Styling Unit Locates Outdoors
will model hand-made COMFORT DAY AFTER DAY .WITH
STEW 65CLb outfits such as these above Armor Cabinet Can Be Moved If You Move FEATURES THAT GUARANTEE COMFORT
beginning at 2 p.m.Sunday at
$149 the Vo-Tech school cafeteria. ECONOMY AND A LONG UNIT LIFE!
RIB STEAK
Call Today For Free Estimate
All Meat $115 Fire Damages

STEW Chicken Farm

CUBE STEAK $1 60 Part of the Carl Griffis SAWYERSLADEAIR
chicken house was destroyedby
CHUCK ROAST 88cI CHUCK STEAK 98C a fire that broke out at 9:15,:
a.m. Wednesday March 24 in
the Pine Grove section on SR-
Custom' Cut & 199 behind Union Correctional

MEAT Wrapped Far I Raiford.Institution near the Town of CONDITIONING

A spokesman for the Union
Freezer County Sheriff's Departmentsaid

WE SLnUCHTER YOURS started that when the fire a tractor apparently blew 332 W. Madison St. Starke Flo. PH 964-7701 1
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I LEGALS Community News ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER 9oo000*>&* *&<*0T0vL0000 & ... I

NAACP NOTICE Stitt pastor. Weekly-services New Bethel and Ebenezer Meeting and Bible Study 7:30: Rev. and Mrs. Davis Will
}.t NOTICE OF NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO The annual Memorial members of the Brownie began at Pleasant Grove with Baptist Churches, Rev. Leroy p.m. Thursday. Sunday leave soon for the Stat&

SHERIFF'S SALE TAKE BIDS Serylcefor the late Dr. Martin Troop RosUn's; Mrs. Alma Moffett, Junior Choir rehearsal Davis pastor. New Bethel School,9:30.: Morning Worshipat Convention In Melbourne. I

Notice it hereby given that I I. You are hereby notified that Luther King, will be held at 8 friends. godmother and other Monday night at 7:30.: Tiny Prayer Meeting and Bible 11. Evening Service, 6:30.: April &-11. '1.

li-Dolph E. Reddish, BB sheriff of the dry Council of the City of p.m. Sunday April 4, at New Tots rehearsal 6 p.m. Study 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. L__ J

:Bradford County. Florida under Lavvtey Florida will accept Bethel Baptist Church, NOTICE Tuesday. Prayer Meeting Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. Davis is !

and by virtue of Writ of Execu- sealed bids from any qualified Starke. Rev. Willie Mayberrywill Morning Star 26 Wednesday at 7:30.: Bible asking both congregations to

4tban. to wit: Individual firm or corporationfor bring the Memorial Refreshment Committee Lodge No.will Study 7:30: Thursday. Sunday accompany him to render Does Mobile
Execution issued out of the of Insuring the with
services
tt purpose sermon. be the services begin Sunday at New Hope. It
jfiCourrtv Court of Bradford central water system of the City The service will begin at the Masonic selling Hall Saturday at School at 10 a.m. Morning Memorial Service for Dr.
County, Florida, pursuant to a of Lawtey. on Brownlee at 11. Communion Nome
corner of Florida and Pine Street. All members askedto Worship King, 8 p.m.Ebenezer Your
!k Final Judgment for Southern The bid should include are
[ : Street with a Candle light Service 4 p.m. Baptist: Prayer
please be at their of Q
post
Discount of Starke. Rorida and 1. Fire and extended coverage Walk to the church. All men :

against Larry anJ Jewell O'Neal insurance on the Insurable are asked to wear dark attire, duty American for success. 314 Leak' "'

.. defendants in the amount of portions of the system. In and the women wear white, if Legion Post 4 Gal.
will hold its

;.collection.'1.568.44 together with costs of not amounts less than sufficient full recovery to provide when-for possible conducted in Services the oldfashionedway will be education 2 p.m.building regular Sunday of meetingat in New the IBru: llIllD: (!JI1I:3GJUWIBThis : [: Will Cover -> u':,1'

Have seized and have In my ever a loss from perils insured with no choir in the stand, Bethel Church. All 12 x 60
Baptist
possession the following against does not exceed 80% of but all choirs are asked to members attend. 99.
are to
described personal property toMnt the full insurable value of the attend and help provide the urged Weekend
: damaged facility.
joint song service.
1370 Ford Falcon I.D. No. 2. Public liability insurance CHURCH NEWS '
We ask that all new
OA27L23Z971 Tag No. 45-2607. relating to the operation of the be New Hope Baptist Church,
memberships reported at
Aa the of the above Rev. L.W. Mosely pastor will DJ'sRECORD u.yton .
property system with limits of not less this service.
named defendant and that on than 100000.00 for one person celebrate his 47th anniversary

.: Monday, the 19th day of April and 300000.00 for more than BIRTHDAY PARTY starting Friday night, April 2,

!1976, at twelve o'clock Noon on one person involved in one accident Roslin Lennon was honoredon and ending Sunday, April 4, at ;

;!said day on the premises of the to protect the City from her 9th birthday with a 3 p.m. Rev. Hudson and SHOP

I Bradford County Jail I will offer claims for bodily injury death or party at McDonald's, given by congregation will be in charge M'.A3ILE"HOME .
I ot I* rioay night at 8 p.m. Rev. "
for sale and sell to the highestI either of such occurances;; and her parents. Guests were
I bidder for cash in hand the not less than $10,000.00' from C. Wright and Elder D.R. COATING
Williams of the Church of God r F
above described property of said claims for damage to property of
defendant to satisfy the afore- others which may arise from theQty's HAMPTONAREA in Christ, will be in charge Albums 45's Wtll7EV..a
Saturday night at 8. Sunday Tapes
:;Said Execution. operations of the system. ,
School 10
a.m. Morning
3. Insurance for a vehicle (to NEWSby
Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff be purchesecllat8f'1: ) used in the Worship at 11. Rev. Reuise of

.Bradford County Florida operation with public liability Josephine FontaineThe Sanderson will be in charge. & AccessoriesAll
:3-23 4/15 with limits of less Rev. L. Davis and t
4tchg insurance \ not Do II Yourself ;
Wednesday afternoon congregations will close the
------------- than 10000000300000.00
and Craft Class will not be held, as anniversary at 3 p.m. Sunday,
$10,000.00property damage
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO it is closed for the summer. Philadelphia Baptist Keep'Your Home Warmer In Winter Keep Your Home Cooler. ,

REGISTER coverage.Further information if needed Church Rev. W.G. Mayberry The Top Selling Rock DVTON Insulate In Summer

FICTITIOUS NAME The Hampton Senior pastor,will observe their first
be received from Richard E.
may (You'll Save !Money/ On One Coat Cools
Pursuant to Section 866.09 Welty City Attorney 964-8050. Citizens regular meeting will anniversary. On Friday night,
;:Florida Statutes notice is here- All bids must be sealed and be Friday, April 2, at 7 p.m.A Apr. 2, at 7:30: there will be Heating Bill end 8 To 10 Degrees.
& MusicNext
> by given that the undersigned delivered to the office of the City Choirs on Parade, and Sundayat i Country Electricity Bills)

..Robbie L. Fowler 4735 Dundee Clerk, City of Lawtey, before belated Happy Birthday 8 p.m. Rev. Mayberry will I
Road: Jacksonville Duval 5:00 5 to Lynn McCullough. He was deliver a memorial sermon for / ''
: p.m., Monday, April :
_:County. Florida 32210, doing 1976. All bids received will be 22 years old March 22 and the late Dr. Martin Luther To Andrew's Drug Store OLIN'S MOBILE HOME.i'Hwy

business under the firm name of opened that evening at the reg- celebrated with his family King at Greater New Bethel
"'"BOBBIE'S LAWTEY" Lake with homemade cake and ice Baptist Church. 1.1Jt.
ular monthly of the City
meeting Lawrence Blvd. & Keystone Hgts.
Street Lawtey, Bradford Council. cream. Pleasant Grove and :Mt. 100 W. Starke ..

County Florida 32068, intends'to The City Council hereby Morlah United Methodist

register said fictitious name reserves the right to reject any The Hampton VolunteerFire Church Parish Rev. Willie "

.under the provisions of aforesaid and all bids received. Department is having a
statute. fish fry April 10. A pony will be

Robbie L Fowler, sole owner. LUCILLE SHUFORD raffled off, tickets can be pur lfl..t-ct... E E IaGLtJNSAlE ''
.. _
Dated this 23rd day of March chased at the Hampton Gen- see ( : NNAMEnGAbu !
CITY CLERK n sou Er.ru:: THURSDAY APR/I Is?. FRIDAY I
eral Store for each. THAN
A.D. 1976 at Starke, Florida. 3252tchg 4/1 $1 nil SIfTIlItDAYI !
3/23 4tp 4/15 eARlfl,
"
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10.----------- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Reported NeededFor

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- The Telegraph Hampton is News in need of
CUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD APRIL'TSiI
THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR someone to gather and reportthe SALE

,.:CUlT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLORIDA.IN COUNTY. STATE OF news from the Hamptonarea. !
BRADFORD COUNTY.
If f interested contact the
Telegraph office in Starke or
RE Estate of ROBERT J.
:
IN RE: The Marriage of DONf phone 9ft4- 305, Starke.
f ALD EUGENE GILL Hus HERN, a/k/a ROBERT J.

t band/Petitioner and JACKEY MEAD Deceased School News _. NtJ FOOLING OUR PRICES ARE lOWER! .

PREVATT GILL Wife/Respon- Mrs. Carole Shields' sixth r
dent. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO grade class show their \ ;
t ALL PERSONS HAVING LJ olS '.
patriotism at the beginning of p HlVl'' I MEN'S JEAN SENSATION \ y
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
NOTICE OF SUIT .v
each school day by gathering I ,
NO PROPERTY AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE IN JUST TOUR STYLE: }

t AND ALL OTHER PERSONS around the flagpole for raisingthe : : 8 f PRE- WASHED, MUSHED I ,
and the salutein )
flag giving '
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OR REGULAR ILUE DENIM
ToJackey: Prevatt Gill : unison. : rnSlDne aB la; :
t YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
adrbess unknown 6e
These sixth graders collecting
are
the administration of the 11
recipes which have 5.74 i rt
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Estate of ROBERT J. HERN been favorites of their famil I ;II I 11I."I.I 1

..,. .
that for also known as ROBERT J. ..
an action dissolution of
I ies and handed down from ?c ,; FM YHT ,rimrltl tor, ttrf 574 it
MEAD, deceased File Number '
"larrKKie has been tiled against their ancestors as part of their I t"fnq : tiii lets else tin jm lees '
oy
&''}3U and you are required to 7684C.P. is pending in the Or- Bicentennial project. This I ::: ''Q ID!.. r r., ill!Al IOIS Cilia drab In (Kilt ,
f ;rve of written cult Court for Bradford County erSae rtTA1L" 'r I il '
copy your class is also subscribing to the "'=- III .pets stm. nil *
h, internes, if any,to it on SHAW Florida Probate Division, the daily Florida Times Union -- --= AIAFa.pl, v ", ''''1. till Md Met ".
stfr-ELOUSOS t> HEAD Attorneys address of which is Bradford' "ar"I.r.e.wr .., waded MdH faded MBtM .KM ar
and will be each 1
I for Petitioner whose County Courthouse, Starke studying i letas shy MM tat lama ti t tIrry
newspaper as part of their SAYE 11"1. SAYE 11"1. SAYE 24% .
address is 142 West Call Street Florida 32091. The personal representative unit on communications.A 1t-3L i... r
t west Office' Box 1086, Starke. of the Estate is .:
combination group of 4th, 3.99 44C 1 27
SAVE 12%
F'' na. 32091 and file the ANZLE B. MEAD whose 5th and 6th graders are mak .

i original! with the Clerk of the address is Santa Fe Meadows ing Indian vests complete with DISCOUNT PRICE, WAS LU DISCOUNT PRICE WASJ/f DISCOUNT PRICED WA5)df MEN'S STRETCH : .
"i.Jove-styled Court on or before Route 2, Box 406X, Melrose BRESS SOCKS ...
I fringe in connection with their FRESTORE H ANTI-FAEUE BOSON CIS PAPER it-net TRASH UD BRASS
\1JI'1112. 1976 otherwise! a Judy Florida 32666 The name and unit of study on various Indian ANTI-SOIL GIVES YOUR CAR TOWELS WITH TRICE THIRSTY SAGS NAVE SIBE SEAL FOR Tlltrllll" glee '
I iri't may be entered against address of the personal tribes. This is also flN-UINNIattcrQNIAL. SIPERTU WUVE 120 SI. FT. STU" ". M-SAL SIZE mi Hits/ IO-I1 ,:

you for the relief demanded in representative's attorney are set participating in group school spelling VALUE ILUSt 2 1.00 ]
I .'10) Petition. forth below.All YILUE PLUS!
drills and the winners will ,
WITNESS hand and having claims t. 19.84 wlAeAH lT --i
the or
persons
my ,
be competing in the County .Vt LOS. NTH P + _.
jl of said Court demands the Estate
on the Pth day against are '
Spelling Bee. {IWIfUNT '. L' SUPER lOW DISCOUNT PRICI !
Mj'Ch. A.D. 19'0GILBERTS. required WITHIN THREE ( ,e1
Mil CHLORINE \
Mrs. Jean Clark's first and \ L
I MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF MEN'S LUTHER MOTORCYCLE {y 11 Y
t BROWNAS THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF second graders are happy to CeCC l r ROOTS VOU'VE SEER IR. A .x n; A.y F e Ii
learn that their classmate, RATIONAL
CATALOR AT 3I.OT
a
CLERK OF SAID COURT THIS NOTICE to file with the t
J By: Beuldh. Moody clerk of the above Court a Jody Wadsworth, is making Tin 'IIJ KM. boot, sow 50'. Ins .: 1 1
Deputy dork written statement of any claimor steady progress at home following it dflil Mir titlitr( laid with
recent surgery. They and stag Diet uppir Mt drRbk
| !I'll 4tchg 4/1 demand they have. Each
may
have written many encourag VALUE PLUS! SAYE 2,00 stnplerr' perfect 'lit. Heavy qty [r.>.
:: --' claim must be in writing' and ing letters to Jody in the past ttH ntMf til. IlKk. r/t-W/i. ..
r-I; E ;;INTENTIONTO ; must indicate the basis for the few weeks. This class has VALVE PLUS! 97 11eVV ;

<-, REGISTER claim the name and address of been making good use of the 4 US. IX
FICTITIOUS NAME the creditor or his agent or dominoes and letter gamesrecently CNLIAIANEINST SUKft tOW DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT MICE WAS WrtfILLIMINATEO r '

Pursuant' Section 866.09 attorney and the amount INSECTICIDE rblYFOANl CLOCK
? to obtained through It IT. ICE CHEST HSITIL
j Florida Statutes notice is claimed. If the claim is not yet prize alloted by the 84 WONT LEAR OR RUST, KEEPS RAS LAMOE NUMERALS FIR
money
due, the date when it will SAYE II% VALUE PL U I d
i f hereby given that the Undersigned PTA for good attendance at PICNIC FOOO COLO FOR HOURS EASY READING' IN THE DARK
become due shall be stated. If
| George L DeSha meetings by their
the claim is contingent or unli- parents. 4.44 2.96TyNIP
I 1 P O. Box 29. Keystone Heights .
I Florida, 32656 doing business quidated the nature of the un- cam' DISCOUNT PRICE WAS.... SUPER IOW DISCOUNT PRICE
shall be stated. If the r r
; certainty
under the firm name of MEN'S IROAOCLCTN PAJAMAS MEN'S IAR-LOR SHIRTS
j' CRYSTAL ROOM COIF. claim is secured the security ObituariesHomer IR RUT NO-IRON HUTS. WITH THAT SILKY FEEL 1 f
FURSS." 21 shall be described. The claimant ShlinntlpolyetaeetteoallS Pat Hur .
j Highway Bradford VALUE /LUST a IMS Iwla| IIIttriietf
j County Florida 32091, intends shall deliver sufficient copies of v v; &.Y.I I IH| Ikivet. tout tafi. U.C.I. irlw l Tup chat J.N.UL !
to register said fictitious name the claim to the clerk to enable PrenticeHomer D.

{ under the provisions of aforesaid the clerk to mail one copy to \

statute. each personal representative. Prentice 67, of -7.i.; SUPER SOW DISCOUNT MMEN'S 6.1 s
j *
r i Gorge L. DeSha sole owner. All persons interested in the Keystone Heights died SAYE 21% SAYE 11% SAYE 1,00 /" SNIDE LUTHER ......: Y

Dated this 9th day of March Estate to whom a copy of this Friday, March 26, at his COSNIOREO WORK SHOES .;

j A D 1976 at Starke Florida. Notice of Administration has home. 1.44 3 D 1.00 18.88 Dilute coMlrwtlM DIMS comlwt li k

...3.9 4rchg 41NOTICE been mailed are required, Born April 4, 1908 in West R Inert ittp Iron tent 11I / I, \

-------------- WITHIN THREE MONTHS Virginia, Mr. Prentice was a DISCOUNT PZIMNEN WAS Jdt DISCOUNT pmre WAS 7 1417011101 DISCOUNT met WAS.1M1 J'
FROM THE DATE OF THE retired dock worker and PLASTIC COOL COSNIONSMAIS RATIONAL PRETZEL TWISTS INFLATABLE 2-NAN BOAT WITH NEW ,VO .
OF INTENTIONTO FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS veteran of WW II. AIRING MORECOMFORTABLE. RAVE TIE SALTY TIN IAN LICKS, ROPE, SUT + .

REGISTER NOTICE to file any objectionsthey Funeral services were held 1IVtalO"' SUE SilL_ _FRESH iAOIEII2.. COSRIONS (OARS NOT IRCL) 1,

FICTITIOUS NAME may have that challengethe Tuesday morning, March 30,
Pursuant to Section 866 09 validity of' the decedent's from the graveside in Melrose &

Florida Statutes notice Is will\ the qualifications of the Cemetery with Father j-

hereby given that the undersigned personal representative, or the Michael Williams officiating. u '

Bo 407S.Ann Melrose Lowe Bradford, Rt. 1, venue Court. or jurisdiction of the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral tv\ i r e1 wM1f V G{ SAYE__ Y 7 j .
Home 1
of Keystone Heightswas 9 -
County Florida. 32666 doing ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. in charge of A MRS VALUE PLUS! 2:44:
1 business under the firm name of AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO ,
'HAIR STYLES BY ANN." Rt. FILED WILL BE FOREVER arrangements. y. SUPIN IOW DISCOUNT PRICIROYS' DISCOUNT RICE WAS3K''

1, Bo 407 B, Melrose, BradfordCounty BARRED. r. 1 $ SHIRT SLEEVE CREW $Llu vLITTLESMELLS51*'

Florida. 32666 intendsto Date of the first publication of j" SUPfK sow DISCOUNT PRICEWOMEN'S NICE Mil SHIRTS CAN'TI WITHOUT
LEGALSCITY VALUE PLUS! SAYE 1. VALUE /LUSS Coal,
register said fictitious name this Notice of Administration kirit l la carat halt IR 100 i Union or pnlruttr lad nil
:
CRISS-CROSS SAHOAL IsiMtM lki n. tna I la li cm ar met twin int 32II.'
und"f the provisions of aforesaid April 1. 1976. OF HAMPTON 1 99 8.88 1 97 WITH OOONCY CREPE SOLE '
statute. Aiulo B. Mead as Personal' iiiiril pas sal HIM. 1ii-ibtcb.
Ann Lowe sole owner. Representative of the Estate SUPER Low DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT MICE WAS LII SUPER tow DISCOUNT PRICIBABMIHTH K IR| $)| k OHM MY.) tan III d Vr

Doted this 9th day of March, of ROBERT HERN CALL FOR BIDS 110 FT. ROLL WEllING MANES SET OF ALOMIRIM 1 t 2 'T.SAOCEPANS SET WUN I WOOD SAYE 21% S Y+ r'Js 1't ,N
D 1976 at Starke Florida. a/k/a ROBERT MEAD. Sealed bids will be received by YROR WORR-OOT LAWN 4 (T. SAOCEPOT.I RACIETS, NET SHHTTLECOCI, ;s r f4a+v' t '
I"/11 4tchg 4 1 1F deceased the Oty Council of the City of FIRNITIRS LBOI USE NEW UBS, 10"/14-tllCI FllfM CURT BAB, RILES RF BAME ARAIB EXTRAEITU II ORY 4 a P: ri: 1 I
Hampton at the City Hall in ; :
4/1 48Gospel/ L
--N-I;; ; 2tchg Hampton Fla until 8.00 P.M. \ 1401. a a
N--- --------------- VALUE PLUS!
r on Tuesday, April 13, 1976. At ''i / i 7.59 I Il ",l f a c n
TO REGISTER which time and place all bids +
.
Sing Set h 24-PI. PLASTIC WAS2.Jf .
\
,
t FICTITIOUS NAME received will be publicly opened .r SPRIHC- SNIP k y

I Pursuant to Section 866.09'Florida and read aloud on the following CLBTRESPIIS A 3% SV 'a _! LLy
Statutes, notice is hereby At Grace Baptist Ham: !
{ FAJEA/tOAANICS va'
< given that the undersigned Remodeling and Repair on the it 77 SHAMPOO IA 01101

'Bill Lewis, P.O. Box 1126 Key A Gos will be held at porch of the City Hall. j y OISCOUNTPRICf POlEN, i102. 'u

stone Heights Clay County Grace Baptist Church beginning Specifications may be VALUE PLUS! .
-Florida. dung business under at 7:30: p.m. Saturday, obtained at the City Clerk's SATE SI X SAVE 17% 1.29 !AYE 11''L.
hrw form name of "KEYSTONE April 3.Featured. office at Cory Hall Hampton. $Anu% W w1.N 'd "

EQUIPMENT AUCTION." 4 singers will be the Fla. on Mondays or Wem.days. .- 8 1-00 1.47 WOIIinUTT sm m 2.77 1.97 J :

mles North of Keystone Hetghts Scriptures from Palatka, the ,9:30: A.M. to 11:30a.m.: or R STOOL. .. OIFFENINSTIROY suns lOW DISCOUNT PRICI wasJLN'hxouNT

m Hwy. 21, Bradford County, Voyagers Quartet from Jacksonville Hamilton General: Store. MACE, WAS DISCOUNT. PRICE" WAS J..Jf llll'SUE ii 1OLITI,IN's ru..n IA01 TINTI DISCOUNT"min

Florida, intends to register said and the Higgin- The City Council reserves the Toll IIOKEl IR1FY, FOR., I ... P14IBA dU/N71 C Lllr USE WI eLlTlS TOWEU ''lI22142".TI ,
UlfWAA7e27
fictitious name under the provisions botham Family. right to accept or reject any or an TAMESPtM OR TEASPMN IT ANCHOR ./ 97 U tie Nell If ni let Hint ,,AU FAMOOS IRAIMU ,

of aforesaid statute. ------- bids. WITH BURNT CHROME FINISH AVOCAM OR SILO WAS 144 wtse S.ia M .... Wet" am. MM) tlin.EAGLETHE mri nt IntM pan: tmi J.
tMnti CHIN
i Saul
Bill Lewis sole owner. Always put off until City Council

Doted this 16th day of March tomorrow what you The City of HamptonBy CONVENIENT PACK REG.
312 Madison St.
100's
A.D. 1976 at Starke.. Rorida. shouldn't do at all. : Mary Lee Allen FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES

3/18 Ito 4/8 Mandtl In JtwlthPrtti. GtyOerk Op n daily 9' il9. Sunday 'tit O 964-7513 471 $451 $461 1.4I
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bur condolences to club WANTED: CUBS I

ember Sophie Fisher on the Economic Agency needs two

theathofberhusbandJoe.The CETA workers April 12 to

Rosary was recited by June 30, 1976 to help do 0
tends and relatives at t the minor repairs on houses 40 I

eWltt C. Jones Funeral hour week, $2.50 per hour.

ome on Friday, March 28, at Apply by April 7 to CUBB

p.m. A Requiem Mass was Economic Agency,Inc. 136 N.
/ered for the repose of Joe's Temple Ave., P.O.> Drawer

nl at St. Edward's Catholichurchat3:30p.m.Saturdays 970, Starke, Fla. 32091'We
are an -------- ----- -
: Equal Opportunity

arch 27. Interment was in Employer Itchg 4/1/ UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. O

rosby Lake Cemetery. ---- -- --- Reg Real Estate Broker ..
PERSONAL SERVICE FOR SAlE "t FOR RENT )
Fifty-three members and EARN EXTRA MONEY AT 206 S.Water St.

jests enjoyed lunch provided HOME: If you have a phone or National AdvertisingPaul ---
y;;Walter Hoffman at the are interested In calling on Faulkner-Broker J t'-'
oliday Inn. Guests your friends and FOR RENT: 2 bedroom Faulkner r r
Irene
partici- neighbors to WILL BABY SIT for any age partially -Assoc
FOR SALE John
ting were Helen Wallen- sell our product, you can earn child in my home 9646821. : Deere model H furnished house 534 W. Madison 964-5065 ,

ecker, and Rod and Shirley cash in your spare time. I will tfchg tractor Overhauled, Street. No children, $125 HANDYMAN SPECIAL

'orrence. We welcome these be happy to train you and set -- -- - mower.repainted$600, 3 point Ph. hitch, reel month, less with year's lease. 2 BR, kit., LR, DR, Bath, 90' x CtrWillt9ar;

ood people and look forward up for your own business at NEW CoBese Grapefruit Diet 3/25 4tchg 4/15 964-8087. Ph. 964-7521. tfchg 100' lot, $7,200.00.
home.
a seeing them at our regular You can work your Pill Eat satisfying meals and ---- --- ---- - -
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eetings on the 2nd and 4th own schedule and earn as lose weight. ANDREWS FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision 3V acre Frame & Celetex

esdays of each month. much as you want. If you are PHARMACY, 356 W Madison FOR SALE: Vita Ferm for all 1/2 acre lots, $3000 per home 22' x 46' workshop &

A beautiful handmade cush- interested in working for a Starke. 3/18 3tp 4/1 cattle. Ph 964-6973 tfchg month Water & Sewage apartment fish pond, 2 barns,

on, donated by Karl Hoist, well-known company and -- ---- -- -- ---- ------- furnished For information call chicken coop, shed Cecelia Torwillogar/
vas given as a door prize The earning extra cash, please '
KNOW YOUR Blood pressure Mark Olin, Ohn s Mobile - -
ICky winner was Mrs. Pearle WRITE: Promotion Manager FOR SALE TEAC reel reel. Homes Sdtes Rental income for sale.
Day or Night, anywhere : to Hwy. 100 W. property
Houses faster than I locate them
;olson. Thanks Karl. P.O. Drawer A, 101 SE 2nd ore selling can
again,
Accu-Rx checks "Warning A2340R 71/2 in. reels $700. 2 Starke 964 5006. tfchg
'Art Lockwood of Keystone Place Gainesville, Fla 32602 sign" on the spoil! $29.95 at Epicure speakers, 100 watts - -
(eights has been transferredrom 4/1 3tchg 4/15 I Koch Drugs. 3/11 5tchg 4/B $250 Ph. 7823563 3/25 2tp FOR RENT: 12 ft. wide mobile SOLD OUT

the Veterans Hospital to -- --- -- - - 4/1 home outside city limits J.B. Floriland Realty

/III I Haven Convalescentlomes WELDING, all .- ------ ------ White, 9646114 or 473 4777.
in Gainesville. He will types, custom .... 393 N. Temple Ave Clients ore seeking two or three bedroom homesin
ndergo treatment for six made trailer built to your FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 per tfchg. and around Starke in the $18,000 $28,000
specifications Down Central - -- - 60' 3 BR Trailer, 1 acre
roll, shingles $1050 per sq.,
and HOUSES FOR SALEFOR
onths during that time
Lumber Co 301 S. at RR plumbing fixtures, Fiberglasstub $6600. price range
ill. be fitted for an artificial crossing Ph. 9648252. 3/25 .... -11IIIII' and shower enclosures - -

eg Art some can visitors.and would like touve 4tp- 4115-------- THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 Ralph Bryan Real Estate property FOR at: SALEAll Another frequent request is for country homes

Club member Irene Nicholss SALE: 1970, 12 x 60, 3 South. tfchg. 510 Cherry Street with small acreage.
HOUSES and
Lots Acreage
& TRAILERS - -- -- Specializing in ..
press rewashed bedroom, 1 V4 bath mobile
home again and doing well 524 Cherry Street -- -
with chemicals. Wash FOR SALE: New & Used furniture For Building or Mobile Homes
fter emergency surgery. home, furnished or unfurnished 536 Cherry Street If you're plane ing a move -- please call me I II lI
dirt and mildew &
away Guaranteed ,
new carpet
ouglas Barnette, son of !Mrs No equity, assume Lake$5.5O0 (Make us an offer) .
Beautiful Sampson -- -
Ph 4732213 Congoleum, cloth 30 cents on
tfchg.
> Barnette, director ofhe payments of $91.50. Ph. 473-
eggy - -
Bradford County Home- - - --- 2164. Itchg 4/1 yd.. zippers 1 cent per inch. .- 3 BR Corner Lot $16,500 I want to thank all of my friends for their kind

Service ALCOHOLICS -- ----- -- THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 nesses during my recent hospitalization.
akers aid and ANONYMOUS
gave : 100 Acres trom$1,100Acre. - -
omfort to Irene's husband AI 114 Christian Street, Starke, FOR SALE: 1976 travel trailer,28 -South-- tfrhg.------ 1 to 3 BR Corner Lot $23,500

86)) while she was hospital- Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8 ft., self contained, twin bedsin FOR SALE 1 acre homesites - Although my leg surgery has temporarily keptme
zed p m. Tues. 1 p.m. Women's rear, a/c, full tub and 2 Big old houses need "
; rep.
Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W from running full speed, like "Ironside I'm
had talk Group Call 964.5709 shower, private owner, must
I a long with Mrs. 964- of Starke on RD 100. Owner RALPH BRYAN $17000 Both still onl I
rolling
5434 9646894. sacrifice. See at Ranch Motel
or 6/24
ere Parsons Bradford-Union 16tp - -
financed, 964 6488 tfchg. Realtor ,
.uidance Clinic, on problems - -- --- & Camping on Hiway 301 in 8788 1 little house; need rep. $7,700 t
- -- - 964 day or night
if the elderly. Anyone needing Hawthorne, Fla. 4/1 2tchg - Cecelia T. Terwillegar, Realtor/
MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also 4/8\ FOR SALE: Mobile home lots
call Jere 82'c145' So Walnut St Will sell
at 964-8382. > :206 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida
Happy mobile home hurricane $95 down Few lots still avail
an ----- -- -- --
birthdays observedor for less than assessed value
the month of March were chonng and mobile home roof FOR SALE: 150 x 375 ft. lot with able in several subdIvisions.Ph. - -

ohn Crowson, Houston Dris- coating. Olin's MOBILE Home 12 x 50 mobile home 2 468.15""}' tfchg Mimosa Manor 100'>1260' Bldg. Lot; wll sell LB OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
ServICe. 964-6606 St. Rd. bedroom A/C. Located - - -- -
'oll Bernie Smith Elizabeth on make offer HOME PHONE 964.5145
Mobile Home ParkA part us an ::
Vatkins, and Gertrude Wentz 16W & Jct. 233 Starke Fla. Forsyth Road. Call 964-5432 -. -

any happy returns of thelay tfchg- - - -. 1tp 4/1 WATSON'SHOUSE VACUUMS Nice PlaceTo 100'>c160' Lot & storage bldg. rt Ai' InULong,r
-- --- -- -- --
Live $8750.
An Executive Board AVON CALLING: To buy or sell FOR SALE: 3 bedroom blockhouse
meet. -- -
Many brands ol new vacuums. - -- -1IWell
will be held Avon. Call 755-2807 or write Call 964-5115 or come Large Lots ,
ng April 6 at 10 Used machines available 1V4 A So on 301. $13.200
.m in the Pratt Street Re- Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 to Underwood Motel Itp 4/1 Expert Repairs all makes. Yard Care Cans - Champ I Drilling I
Garbage
Lake Florida -- -- - -
reation Center. City, tfchg. Parts and Accessories for all 3A Bessent Rd. $10500
- --- -- FOR SALE: 3 BR 2 Bath; block Mil11 Boxes t
vacuums. Built in central WaterCent - Home and 2" Thru s"I

-Joe Kerrigan SEWING MACHINES repaired, with LR. DR, Den & garageon vacuum cleaning systems. 712 Sewaqe Plant 3.34 A. So on 301, Storage I I
all makes cleaned oiled and large lot at 1105 W. N. Main Gainesville 376.7110. Garbaqe Pickup Bldg., House & Sm. Office, BuildingMaterials Fast Rotary

srokey says: adjusted, $7 Work guaranteed Madison St. Call Freeman tfLOSE 2 Car Parking $50000. Drilling Equipment I
Register III 9648771 964 .
or
James Strickland, - Concrete Patio - -
r. corner Morgan Road & Hwy. 5888. tfchg WEIGHT safely ancJ'fast- Improved Street 12A & 4 frame houses $25.00014V4A -WE BUILD State Licensed i
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16. tfchg with X.11 diet plan $300 Electric Service to - -
"YOUR OR OURS
PLANS
- -- -- -- FOR SALE:'By owner, :J BR, 2B, Reduce excess fluids with X 200 Amperes 3 BR House, $20800
:
Metered Gas -- - YOUR LOT OR OURS'iFREE I Pumps \
brick home, double carport Pel S3.00. KOCH DRUGS. 1/8
BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete partially carpeted, drapes. :J 15tchg 4/15 20A.. 3 frame houses, $37,000 ESTIMATES-*
sharpening service, circular blocks from school Ph. 473- Move In Bonus. - -
REMODELING ,
-- REPAIRS
hand, carbide, chain mower 20J9 after 5 p m. and weekends \ FREE 20A.. 2 frame houses $33.500. I
blade hollow ground and tfchg. 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed 1 Month Rent - ADDITIONS New & Used..

; balanced Leave at Jackson _.._ u _ $185.00. uninstalled $140.00. Electric. Hookup 31A Near Keystone 1320' on HOMES EtOUOHT SalesParts- Service I J
Building Supply Starko or MOBILE HOMES Gator Mobile Home Service. St Rd. 100. SOLD TRADED ,

HOMES ANDVALUABLE Keystone Heights tfchg. 3729767 tfchg.- Prior." 964-7498 ? - ACREAGE FOR E-Z Terms
PROPERTY - - - FOR SALE: 12 x 46 Champion -_- - 48A.. /j mi on St Road Large SALES ,

I 10x20 PATIO COVERS: Homes Mobile Home. 2 BR, fully House 870,000.VERNIE 9646853Hwy
aK CAN BE DESTSOYED and mobile homes $180 furnished, CH&A. New fire FOR SALE. Mobile Home Parts 301 S Starke TF I I Plumbi''J// i iI

IN MINUTES installed, $140 unmstalled resistant dry wall $5.300. and supplies. OLiN'S MOBILE; MULTIPLE P. ODOM I II
Reg. Broker I
GATOR MOBILE HOME Home can be seen at Olins HOME SALES. Hwy 100W.
OY FOREST FIRES'! SERVICE CO. Ph 3729767, Mobile Home Sales Ph 964- Starke 964_5 006. tfchg LISTINGS %5476 964 7700 Jimmy Moore'sSun I New Installation ,
Gainesville tfchg. -- -- --
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4/1
5606 Itchg
- -- -- -- - -- MH, Lake Alto, $6,800 Sports I Remodeling I II
SALES & SERVICES on appliances
Haunts ... taliaMt property r..
be 4.*4roy4. hi MMMln kj> omi CETA: Position, Laborer with ... used appliances Starke, 2 BR 1 acre, $7.500 MORE BOAT FOR t Repairs ,
Division of Forestry. 48B per washing machines, dryers
firn!Cut Hk fire Ia I yourrnpo.sibilky m YOUR MONEY
month. Apply, Fla. State A/C. electric and gas stoves. TF
MISCELLANEOUSLOSE Starke, 3 B*, $J4,500 PH .
Employment Service: Starke, THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 STARKE 964.5791 : I Durrancel :
C
Fla Itchg 4/1 .... South tfchg /2aa y-e..riol'l.. COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
:.I((1.\SS.I1). ; KVTKS'rsilline : --- - Starke, 2 BR, 2 acres, $16.500
REAL DRIVE SERVICE
-- - - -- ESTATE STERN
& '
Supply
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 bath AND REPAIR t Pumps
for insertion NEED TO CLEAN YOUR WEIGHT safeTy and fa*, concrete block house 2 BR MH on lake 22.000 ",--'r "," '

i'ue'day Noon preceding TYPEWRITER? Com; by The with X.11 diet plan $300 screened patio, living room, 0 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS I Company i

l'hlll'Sdoi. before publication Office Shop and pick up some Reduce excess fluids with X- dining room A/C, $22000 Southgate, 3 BR, $25,500 New 3 BR 1 Vi Bath CB, Central REPAIR Ave.i i

liquid or sheet cleaner for your Pel S3 00. KOCH DRUGS. 1/8 Call Ronald L. Thomas 964- Heat & Air, W/W Carpet, CUSTOM BUILT FIBER 864 N. Temple

.Minimum Charge 91: .(M typewriter IStchg 4/15 6246 8 to 5 p.m., Starke, 4 BR, $22,500 Corner Lot. $24500 Terms GLASS FISHING BOATS
U'mri II Words) -- - - Mon-Fri. - Starke
Starke, 5 homes the $30.000 TF'i
KurhMuidoter; - - in Furnished 2 BR, 1 % bath Mobile 964.7061

Ml cents to $40.000 area Home on 1 acre $9.500 Sundays -.___ J

\II| ('lautidedds must be HAYES ELECTRIC It: fOR SALEFOR US.301, 4.4 acres, $9,500 2 story 4 BR 3 Bath, frame 10:35 A.M.
:
,Id| | for in advance unless you Serving the County with t MOTORCYClES home with 2735 sq ft. living

i are an established account Service work. Residentialand Theresa 10 acres, $12,500 area on 4 acres many extras WPXE Radio
Small Commercial! 845000. -jfc HICK'Sjiff
kith the Telegraph in that SALE: Coon puppies
Low Overheadwill Theresa 40 acres, $42,000 - -
vent >o cents extra' chargeur Wiring My & Les Terrell 1490
billing/ Not responsible for save you money. Free proven cross. 4/1 'SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your 3 BR 1 bath w/w carpet frame in POODLE

rrort when given user he Estimates 4681353.3252tchg authorized Suzuki Dealer Lawtey 11 acres 81,000 Lawtey $17,000.
- -- -- fP
>hone or when copy is not Phone 964 6020 304 East Call - GROOMINGTwo
vped and brought to the of- Priori 781.3077 FOR SALE: LB Price Mercantile Street tfchg Lawtey 60 acres $54.000 3 BR 1 Bath, frame, cent. heat/ BRASINGTONCadIllacOldsmobIle/

ICI' 2tp household items, low down air fenced cor lot. $15000, Full Time
See 735 business US.301 Sales & Service
at
: weekly payments. Garage on - -
Grand Street lip 4/1 2 BR frame stove & ref. in /.me, Ac'/In lion (>J L -til GroomersAppointments

I 40 farm, $57,900 $13.000. Co/s1'uk..ir OnCnthllai
-- -- --- AUTOMOBILESUSED acre country terms. For
SPECIAL SALE: Selling out - .- filled,
: Public Auction Christian Book Store Dept. 2 40 acres and up, $700 per acre 2 BR frame $8.400. terms. 2001 N.W 13 378.5301 Your Convenience
Discounts all GAINESVILLE. ::
weeks only. to - -
: MiI.s north of Keystone Height, Florida on highway Mssion Bldg., 321 N. Temple. FRED REALTOR SACKETT 8 7 acres in city $15.500. If 964-7837 2, III. s/ 13
Ph 964 8618. lip 4/1/ FOR SALE: 1948 Ford. Best
taU Saturday night. .
21. Merchandise every 705 N. Temple (US 301))
-- ---- -- offer over $75 Call 964 6642Itchg 7 2 acres in Lawtey $2.000 acre
There several merchandise truckers .topp.d 904 '44 65JJ, 468 1753
I were YARD SALE: On Paradise Lakein 4/1
with and .ed merchandise ol all kind this Follow 36.35 1300 ft US.301
, by n.w u Keystone Heights. - - acres on
: week. W. will hay. more furniture, oi lost w..k the signs Time 9 to 6, Friday N. $56,500 good terms. Olin's Subdivision

short used merchandise. & Saturday April 2 & 3. Up 18 acres in Lawtey
: we were on
4/1 HElP WANTEDHELP - 12 .
t acres well, pole & septic I I
w..k ahead: We hov. a -- ----- -- 5.10 acre tracts, high land on tank $15,000.fI" t 1 1
:A few listings for this FOR SALE: Almost new Heavy paved road, Graham area. f I Ir
and matching vanity both UWTEr Fl.
ch.rry colored dresser duty pump and tank, cash. - -

with mirrors: Ilk. n.w chllds hospital bed, a full Ph 7823661 Itp 4/1 WANTED. Coordinator of 3 BR IB, acre lot in city of 782 38O6 _
...._ ,.. ..
double bed and also a full double bed and match- -- -- -- --- -- Planning and Children's Activities Lawtey. '-i-2n j w 1 .ri lr t
, FOR SALE: Freezer beef. Pick - R ti
rocker for s
chllds Specialist summer ,
: a ,
; Ing box springs and mattress the Hereford or Angus of your camp program. Requires 3 BR, 14! B, Brick, in city, -= i
, various mall tables, lamps couch, living room choice Has been m feed lot Master's Doctoratein corner lot Per Mo.
degree or Rent 3000
chest of drawer, on. J.R. Have Timber V Acre Lots For Furnis&;
; chairs, .I.ctrlc range, two 120 dayS. Wainwnght Psychology or COUnselIng. - Sewage ,
old vanity, and on. Ph. 964-7835 4/1 2tchg 4/8 P.O. Box 399, frame house, excellent
lorg. For Sale
: chest of drawer, one Reply to Large Call Mark Olin! 964-5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd lIt
wall -- -- -- --
smaller medicine cabinet, two n.w long Starke Fla. 32091: or Call 964- condition central H/A, 3 bedroom -
; one dreer mirror, used FOR SALEStrawberries: 8382 for further information. 2 bath, carport corner Call
I light small thr..-woy Ph. 964-6653
Order taken. or
Itchg 4/1 lot in city --tip--A-
recllner. box of new f fUhlng tackle, small rug good 964-6469. It- 4/1
; -- -- -- - - Saunders
j outboard motor, wot.r well tank, window air con- ------------ Frame, 2 BR house, 1 bath on 1 F.J. r j & ROOFING !
p
and FOR SALE: Female Apricot Toy
vacuum cleaner acre. Bayless Hwy. Area.
box
dltlon.r metal tool new Pulpwood
I Poodle, AKC. Ph. 964-6459 I ..
all attachment, beefy roosters, fish aquarium and after 5 4/1 fOR RENT :;( - '
! too numerous to p.m. 1tp 3 to 6 acres clear, 4 mi. NIWof 533-2621 a. I9 6.13 >
much more 21
j 'pump, and much -- --- ----- Starke. 4TS

, mention. ALL MUST GO: Prices reduced, - I
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coma make offer 10 a.m Fri ; I
2
For Vacation,
FOR RENT
: & 2 mobile
1 acres home sites HOME
MOBILE
602 -
I from Colne.vllle with a day Saturday & Sunday, bedroom mobile home, 12 x .:
lady of Starke
W. ore also having a N W. Terms. --
: There will be a Lafayette tip 4/1 60 A/C weekly, on Kingsley I --.j, .
load u.ed merchandise. - PARK ..a I
of nice -- -- -- -- -- ." "
Lake. 5332026.: 4/1 2tp 4/8 : _
J drawing at the end of thl. week1 .ale. For sign-up GARAGE SALE: Many household Well built liuus on double coriwr INSIDE CITY LIMITS "-
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1 buyer, w. will b. giving away a pure one ounce items. Refrigerator, dinette FOR RENT: Furnished lot in city, with 3 bedrooms, WALK TO BRADFORD SQUAREOR I All Types Roofing

;. liver, bar. Come out and loin the fun every Saturday set, clothing across from apartment. No children no 2 baths living room, family DOWNTOWN I
: Johnson Feed Store on room mca kitchen central heat
544 West Residential &
i night at 7 p.m.Con.lgr.ment BrownkM St. Sat. 10 til 4. 1tp pets Call St.Nice Ph. new.965483 Itchg and all separate utility room 30 Per MonthALL I Commercial I.

, 4/1 4/1 plus swimming pool. CITY CONVENIENCES FREE Roof Inspection
Remember, we buy and
welcome --- --------- FIRE POLICE PROTECTIONCITY
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i : .ell and trade for used new and used m.rchandl. FOR SALE: Motorola steroo/FM FOR RENT: One and two rooms George Roberts Jr. OAS WATER AND SEWER I New Roof Or Repairs I

; AUCTIONEER radio/television combInation. with kitchenette. at Under REQ. REAL ESTATE BROKE! Jo-Lu Motel9648810TCHQ Call 964-7410
_
: .: OWNER & Cabinet model $150 Ph. 964- wood Motel 301 N. of Starke.

BILL LEWIS 8087. 3/25/ 4tchg 4/15 Itp 4/1 tf 964-7826 L Free Estimates 2 i* s I.' J I

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I M.E. Drake To Be Honored Johns To Serve California Mission OBITUARIES I

Reverend M.E. Drake Dale C. Johns, son of Mr Mrs. SU8an Geiger The Rosary was recited at Church with Father
pastor of the local Church 0# and Mrs. Charles Johns, 1302 the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Bowles officiating. Burial
God will be honored by his M'' 7s W. Pratt Street, Starke has Mrs. Susan Geiger, 113, of Friday evening, March 26. in Crosby Lake Cemetery It.J'1
congregation Sunday. April 4. been called to serve two years Starke died Monday morning, Funeral mass was held Saturday DeWitt C. Jones
on a day designated" "Pastor In the California Los Angeles r March 29, in the Clay Memo- afternoon, March 17, at Home in charge of
Appreciation 1)ay. Mission for the Church or .r- rial Hospital In Green Cove the St Edwards Catholic: ments.tc .
The special event is to give Jesus Christ of Latter Day Springs following long JU-
recognition to Rev. Drake for Saints ness. Extra Clean Cars **
his contribution to the com- Dale, a 1974 graduate or 0i..1; eei ttatiCL Born January 10, 189:1: in
munity and the church. The rilr Bradford High School and Soperton, Georgia, Mrs. Geiger AUTO
Drakes began ministry in attending Ricks College in .Q had lived In Starke since : aJfIJaJOO :
Idaho, will serve In the 1930. She was the widow of
Spanish speaking mission. He Oscar C. Geiger Sr. and a SALES
NOTICE. will leave April I for a short Sunday: Baptist Men's member of the Starke Church -: 413.4410 I 413.4018 o
vacation with his brother Breakfast, 7:30: am.; Sunday of God.
If You Would Like Dean Johns, before going to School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Survivors include a daughter TWO 75 CHEVELlES 15 CHEV. PICKUP G
Mrs. Retha Bennett of
Brigham Young University at Worship, 11 a.m. Church
;
Salt Lake City on April 8 for 'I Training, 6:1: p.m.; Evening Starke; two sons: Herman .- 4 Door- Door At, Ac 4 Wheel Drive, Long Bed ,-
ODOR FREE two months language Worship, 7:30: p.m Geiger and Ottls Geiger, both ID. Vinyl Tops A/t. P/S and AM/FM CIi
training. I Monday: Girl's Ensemble, of Starke; three brothers:
Effective Household Currently serving missions 6:40: p.m; Youth Choir, Dea- Elbert Glover of Green Cove $4695 ic
from the Starke area are con's Meeting, 7 p.m. Springs, Foster Geiger and $3495
PEST pH Arthur G. Loudon 111, Tuesday: WMU Council Charlie Geiger both of Lake-
Anaheim California Mission; Madison St. Meeting, 10:30: a.m.; Business land; three sisters: Mrs. J.W : :
Curtis B. Scott, Holbroak, 11:30: a.m.; Luncheon 12 Smith of Dade City, Hattie 74 MUSTANG II a aADAnRX41
CONTROL Ariziona Mission,and William Baptist Church noon; Program, 12:30: p.m.; Clanton of Auburndale and Speed,
R. Watson Jr., Uraguary, Junior Choir, 3:30: p.m. Mrs. Myrtle Spence of Millen. C. Sliver with half Vinyl top Fm & Tape, Low Mileage /
Paraguay Mission. Sunday services: Sunday Wednesday: Supper, 6:13: Ga.; 16 grandchildren and 24
Call Us Now
Starke late In 1973. School, 9:45: a.m.torning; p.m.; Org. Mtgs., 6:45: p.m.; greatgrandchildren.Funeral $2795 $3250 s.t s.
The special Sunday service Worship 11 a.m.; Church Hour of Power," 7:30: p.m.; services were held
Road
tOR IDA will begin at 11 a m.. when Morgan Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening Adult Choir Trustee Meeting, Wednesday afternoon, March
31, In the Church of God with
Worship, 7:30: p.m. .
'
various departments of the 8:15: p.m.Thursday
EST church will present the pastor BIIItist Church :Monday: Ladies softball : Visitation, 9:30: Rev. Alton Coleman officiat- 74 AMC HORNET 14 VEGA HATCHBACK
between First Baptist ing. Burial was In Dyal Ceme-
with special awards and game a.m. Visitation 7 -
ONTROL.aa. in appreciation recognition of- Church, 8:45: p.m.. Pratt Saturday; : Bus p.m.Ministry tery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral i 2 Door AIT, A/C. Clean Al, Air Conditioning

a hurts his service here. The Ladies Sunday: Sunday School, 10 St reet. Visitation, 8:30: a.m.; Youth Home was in' charge of *
Auxiliary of the church will a.m.; Morning Worship and Tuesday: Bible Study and Visitation, 1:30: p.m. arrangements.
Call 964-5745 prepare a dinner on the Services for the Deaf, 11 a.m.; Luncheon, 11 a.m. : $2795 $2295.:
grounds following the service.A Training Union, 6:30: p.m.; Wednesday: Youth Choir Fisher Jr.
Free
Inspection warm welcome Is Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.Wl'dnC'sday Practice, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer St. Mark'sChurch Joseph ,
Diagnosis & Estimate extended to friends and visitors : Mid Week Meeting! 7:30: p.m.; Adult -tc 74 GREMLIN 74 PLY SCAMP X
to the community The Prayer Service and Bible Choir Practice, 8:30: p.m. e csco aI. Joseph F. Fisher, Jr., 74, of 6 Cy! At, Air I rtm
Complete Professional PeatCOntrol church is located at 422 N. St Study 7:30: p.m.; Choir Practice Hastings Street, Starke, died Radial I Tires, Alr Cond -
Conditioning
s."c" First Christian Thursday, March 25.
8:15 Ie mc
Clair Street in Starke. : p.m. LIKE NEW
Born July 31, 1901 in Chicago
Church Chung site But J.okeor PLYNN It.uU, Mr. Hastings was a $2495 !
TH.'RBV JOHN Y. $2395 Ii
retired truck driver arid a
Sunday: Sunday School, member of the Catholic:
9.13: a.m.; Communion and Thursday, April 1st: 7 p.m. Church.
EASTER PRINCESS PAGEANT Morning Worship, 10:43: a.m.; Junior Choir Practice; 7:30: Survivors include his wife, :73 JEEP COMMANDO 73 MONTE CARLOr
Youth hour 6 p.m.; Evening p.m. Senior Choir Practice. Mrs. Sophie Fisher of Starke
Due ;
to lack of 4 Wheel Dr., Auto Trans,
for n
another response the January Pageant the Moll has decided to have Worship, 7 p.m.; Choir Sunday, April 4th: 8:30: a.m. three daughters: Mrs. Flo- U AT.. AC., Tape Player
pageant before State Competition in July. We would like to see Starke practice, 7:43: p.m.Wednesday Holy Eucharist; 9:4: a.m. rence Pankow and Mrs. P.S. m
represented with a lot of winners. Prayer Church School 11 a.m. Holy
: ; Evelyn Barner, both of
APRIL> 17. 1976 Meeting and Bible Study, 8 Eucharist; 5:30: p.m. Evening Downers Grove, Ill.. arid Mrs. 158895 $2995 :
y C p.m. Prayer & Confirmation. Marjorie Aqllila of Reeds
Girls
ages 3.17 years eligible. Those who were in Jan pageant are eligible if you Monday, April 5th: 2:30: Springs, Mo.; four sons: Leo
were not crowned princess. All runner.ups are eligible and if they win they will First I'resbyterian! p.m. Girl Scout Troop no. 614. Fisher of Downers Grove, Ill.. 172 DATSON PICKUP 72 FORD PICKUP *
go to State. A complimentary class on beauty poise and modeling will be given Tuesday, April 6th: 7:30: Earl Fisher or Chicago, Ray-
April 10.11 by Pageant directors. Church p.m. Vestry Meeting mond Fisher or Westmont, Clean, New Tires SWB, Clean *"
Wednesday, April 7th:2:30: m., and Richard Fisher of
GAINESVILLE
MALL Sunday School 9:43: a.m.; p.m. Brownie Troop no. 311; California; one sister: Mrs.
YOU MUST LIVE WITHIN''' 50 MILES OF GAINESVILLE TO QUALIFY FOR INFORMATION AND \Iornmg! Worship, 11 a.m. 6:30: p.m.Covued-dish Supper Julia Sebastian Chicago; 22 : $1695
ENTRY BLANK CALL 372.98t Or 372.4887 Dr. Jack hand Jacksonville & Film "Facts Of Faith". grandchildren and eight $1695n

Florida, speaker. great-grandchildren.
Choir practice, Thursday, r s
72' MAVERICK 71 CHEVELLE
7:30: .
p.m.i OBIT VARIES '
2 Door, A/T. A/C.
Uc 6 Cyl, Sta. Shift M
Mrs. Emma Prevail Starke; one brother; Paul Sharp :D
Davis of Douglasville, Ga.
;
) Mrs. Emma Eugene two sisters: Mrs. Vesta Aiken $1695 51795IL ;:
Strickland Prevatt, 89, died or Keystone Heights, and Mrs.
Saturday afternoon,March 27 Velma Menzen of Naples, and IC

in Munroe Memorial Hospital\ 13 Funeral grandchildren services were held 70 CHEVELLE 69 FORD PICKUP 1\1\
In Ocala after a lingering
illness. Wednesday morning March 4 Door, Sliver, AC, :I
in the DeWitt C. Jones N GOOD SHAPE! a.i .
1a v1. Born February 22, 1887 in 31. with Rev. Leamon Clean Car
2JllU Clay County, Mrs. Prevatt Chapel

Simpson was the daughter Strickland of the and late Ward In officiating.Key atone Burial Heights was i $895 $1095 I Ia

Nancy Dees. She was the wire Cemetery
of the late John B, Prevatt and III r AI
a member of the Grace III .!JIIII ill Ii iI I 1l1! 1IJ :
Baptist Church in Starke *:;: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I
Survivors Include three The wishbone will never

daughters: Mrs. Pauline replace the backbone. 473.4470 & 473.4078 ;.
MurlC'y of Lake Geneva, 1\1rs. -Will Henry Chicago TribuneNew ,
Mae tyre of t'lorahome, and York News
l\rs.! Melba l\1atheny or Silver synttcateIi. Extra CI..n Cars *

; one sister: Mrs.
Maggie Prevatt of = = ,
Jacksonville ; 12
grandchildren, 22 great- .
and 12 \\WJ'IiIt.
grandchildren great-
great.gra ndchildren. Fair W k ,
Funeral services were held 4h7b ,
Tuesday afternoon March 30, I
in Grace Baptist Church with '
Rev D.D. Brooks officiating. 'S
Burial was in Prevatt
Cemetery with DeWitt C. /
Jones Funeral Home In cr 9 ... al
I
charge of arrangements. 1e. ',,1
+cte
4' R .
;
ryLv ; .
.. '
Graham Crews I'v, -
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fIt
Graham A. Crews 7l.! of 11 1 11I....._ .
Route I, Starke, died Wednes- I I "-" ''r Of:
day evening, March 24. ?
Born May 23, 1899 in Baker I r _'
County, Mr. Crews was a Ch.ck- -
retired employee of E." 1' i9 f ;N
DuPont Co. and a member or Out
the Bethel Baptist Church.
Survivors include two This
is a far cry from today's modern Fair complex to this barn like daughters: Mrs\ Alsine Craw- I
v."'yowno ford or Kingsley Lake and 3 BR.-Bath & 3/4 stD 79B'
wooden structure that housed exhibits when the Fair was "m Mrs. Ruby Killey or Jacksonville 24 x 60 Furnished, Set Up 8 Delivered I'
"" cO''' ; four sons: Charles '

held in lake Butler before the county was divided more than 5':l-..,': J n; Crews Lenzey of Crews Kingsley and DeWatt Lake; This Is A FHA House With Fire Retardant Paneling I

50 years ago. With the 1976 Fair now in full swing, Guaranty '\>"' .,1976....14,a Crews and Daniel, both Crews of Jacksonville or Raiford;, As Shown On Television .

Federal Congratulates Bradford County on having one of the two brothers: Paul Crews ofMacclenny .
and Louie Crews E Ee
"Biggest and Best" in the State. Don't miss it or Whitehouse; one sister: 10x50
!\Irs. Ada Crews or Orange
Park, 17 grandchildren and

-4;; ir ; seven great-grandchaldren. e ExcellentCondition
1pu [?7QtLl a Funeral servIces were held
Saturday afternoon March 27.
In Bethel Baptist Church with
It is always Fair weather when you purchase Certificates of Deposit Rev J.C. Hesters and Rev.
'
O.D Brooks officiating. USED
for $5,000 for 6 to 10 years at 7.75 % Interest with an annual yield 01 Burial was in Dyal Cemetery ,
under direction or DeWitt C.

8.06 % Jones Starke. Funeral Home or $1995


(One 01 a series 01 messages sponsored by Guaranty Federal in the Interest 0'' our Bicentennial Grover Davis

observance. We Invite your ideas and comments, and would appreciate the use 01 your old 2 REPUS I
Grover K. Davis 61, or -
photographs). Keystone Heights died Sunday

sudden evening tack.,!March28! following a WITH ONLY 5% Down .;:.

ETL1T: Celebrates Born January 15. 1915 in
As Our Country Weedowa Alabama, Mr.
Davis had lived in Keystone

200 Years of Freedom He Heights was for an the Army past veteran 18 years.or Look For The Champion Mobile Home Advertised on Television -

WW II. former owner- Then Come See The Homes At .
Guaranty Federal Celebrates operator or the Key tone
Cleaners, and at the time or

20 Years Of Service his Huntley'death Jiffy was Store.employed by Mobile .

......, Survivors Include his wile:
Smith Davis two
Marjorie ;
Gainesville: I.. sons: Jeff Davis and Ricky
Guaranty 3300S.W Archer Road 10L..NO.." Davis both or Key tone Hwy 100 Starke
Olin's .
220 N. Main/3501 W University Ave Heights; five daughters: Mrs. I Homes
Carol Baker of Oklawaha, 964.5606
Federal I Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd & Sylvan May ESDc Fla Mrs. Marilyn Blair ofocala
( Mrs. :Susan Maranowiz
Starke: 395 W. Madison Street -- -- -
of Key West, Mrs. Becky FHA Available/ On New' Homesf
& Loan Association --- -
Savings Lake Butler ,115 W. Main Street McGee of Keystone Heights,
and Mrs. Jennifer Allen of



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