Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'l \\ "\J( t SINCE 1879 ,


97th Year STARKE. FLORIDA !Cents
38th Issue Thursday Apri18,1876 Copy

Hardval Hopeful r Refuse Control

UGH To Reopen

Law Passed

Doors By May 3

LAKE BUTLER Repre The board approved the bid
sentatives of the State DivI- of Maines Insurance Companyhere .
sion of Health in Jacksonvillecame with the United States ;. By BC Board

to Union General Fidelity and Guaranty

Hospital to conduct a pre- Company to Insure the f '" ,
survey Tuesday, hospital against property w r? -
April 6, so that the hospital damage, as well as malpractice r AV f ,
may obtain a provisional of physicians or v 8t Moving yet another step
license in order to its I 11e toward county-wide garbage
open employees at an annual cost of +v, rr!
doors. about $11,000. The board 4la collection, the Bradford com-
At the monthly meeting of rejected a bid of Cannon-Tra- 1 p r t : Bradford CoedIs ordinance mission adopted establishing Monday controlof an
( wick Insurance Company of 8t rJ
the board of trustees Monday, and to
I giving authority
Gainesville with the same
Aprils, Administrator Eugene '
{ + .1 i iI' collect fees for garbage col
Hardval indicated that final company at the same rate, .
clearance was expected after favoring the local firm. + 1t lection.
sill t District 2 Monday afternoon the com
the preliminary survey was mission again inspected its
done. lie said, "after being first collection center at Law-
closed for about two years, TeacherTalks tey where members saw how
hopefully the hospital can the first compactor works.
open its doors for patients STAR Student
Monday, May 3." "We'll be ready to go in a
week, says CommissionerDave
Hardval said clearance on N Mr Darla Christopher, junior instructor Sandra Smith to Shuford of Lawtey. All
the provisional license neededto coed at Bradford High School, accompany here to the state that remains to be done at the
open the 25-bed hospital is has been named STAR studentof contest. Should Miss Chris collection point, i
expected this week. To StartBradford the 23-county Second Con- topher become the state STAR locate at the present city

One of the first items to be J gressional District in north student Miss Smith would dump, is to fence the com
Florida.In become the state STAR
pound and erect signs.
done financial is an audit status to determinethe of the teachers will be- Craig Scott, runner-up, and Janice Jockel. champion, came off with top honors In the Annual early May, Miss Chris- teacher. The new $46,000 White truck

hos pitaThe\ trustees gin contract negotiations with Bradford County Spelling Bee held Monday. topher, daughter of Mr. and Miss Christopher is an which will pick up the 40-cubic
representatives of the school Mrs. Thomas Christopher of honor student at BUS. She hasa yard dumpsters automatic
employed the Gainesville firmof
board next Wednesday, April Pinebreeze Subdivision 3.958 trade ooint
Purvis and ally and haul them to the central
Gray Companyto
14, in the school board meet Grader Starke, will compete in landfill has been deli-
begin a budget accounting.A Janice Jockel
representative of the firm, ing room of the administration Tallahassee with winners vered and tried out on a trial
building. from the other 14 congress- run. Shuford said. All five
James D. Weir, told the board
George Loper chief nego- ional districts for the title of compactors and dumping con
that his guess would be that tiator for the Bradford Educa- state STAR student. STAR
tainers also hand.
the cost would be between Wins Bradford BeeIt are on
tion Association team which Spelling stands for Student-Teacher .
$3.000 to $ ,OOO for the 23- will represent the teachers, Achievement Recognition.As t '!r Next step will be to erect the
month balance-sheet audit. next of the five collection
he not
said Tuesday night was
took 12-year-old Janice James Curtis, Jan Kimberly. principals of the various sites, each to consist of a
at to reveal the topicsto district STAR student
The board accepted the liberty Jockel 8th student in Lawte and awards of the
an grade Elementary : schools, county ramp, one huge garbage
be covered in the Miss has
recommendation of Hardval Bradford Middle School, only Edward Crews, Vera Broom. were presented by School Christopher won a containers, with compactor
negotiations, terming it a collective $500 and
to hire Roberta Kuhlman, a 30 minutes to spell down 11 Southside Elementary: Superintendent Richard scholarship an attached. The commissionwill
registered nurse, to be director decision of the under BEA other contestants in the Bradford McRae, Robin Jockel. expense paid trip to probably look to buildingthe
to the
team keep topics Tallahassee for the state
of nurses effective two annual Bradford County Stern. Janice will now participatein con- next units around Starke
wraps negotiations test. The state STAR student
weeks prior to the opening of Spelling Bee held Monday Starke Elementary: Billy the state contest which will where two collection pointsare
the hospital. With her hiringMs. officially begin. morning in the school administrative Arnold, Judy McKelvey. be held May 1 in Jacksonville.The will be recipient of a $1,000 [#t,. planned. Other sites are
Kuhlman will be the first The BEA team by regis- building.She contests are sponsored in scholarship and a trip to the "- -, the Whitehead settlement,
head of department to be tered letter officially requested School awards were presented all Florida schools by the Florida Bahamas. 'J : ) probably near the existing
hired when the provisional that negotiations is the daughter of Mr. the contestants The STAR program beginsat t///
. to by Times-Union. dump Hampton and Brooker. '
. ,. Richard Jnckel of ... the school level where ;
- license'Is obtained.'-Hudval -begin-at 1 pm.'April. The. and Mrs. .. high Darla Christopher J'
indicated that !Ms. Kuhlmanhad school administrative staff Starke. the faculty votes to select a meaning she has made just The $200.000 project will
donean outstanding job of countered with the 4 p.m. Runner-up was 14-year-old Thomns-Prhchett ControversySet STAR student from each one B on semester average consist of the truck plus the
updating the nursing manual. April ]14 meeting time to which Craig Scott of Hampton, ano- school. An essay is then grades, which are what count five dumping collection
the BEA executive council ther BMS 8th grader, who required as the first step in toward honor point averages. points. Residents can then
Trustee J. Felton Smith agreed at a meeting Tuesday bowed out on the word For Trial In Lake ButlerLAKE district competition. Using the Darla is vice-president of haul garbage to one of the five
cautioned the board to keep a afternoon. veneer. Janice correctly essays judges chooses five the junior class, was presidentof stations instead of makingthe
close eye on expenses. Hard Possibly all that will take spelled veneer and in accordance BUTLER A May 11 Street. Thomas is seeking to finalists to interview for the her class as a sophomore.She trip all the way to Key-
val 1 revealed that tax millage place next Wednesday will bea with the rules, one addi- trial date has been set in City recover from Pritchett $245 in district title.During was vice-president of the stone as is necessary now
deposited in savings presentation of an agenda to tional word to become the Councilman T.S. Thomas' surveying costs incurred in a the interview Miss junior honor society and is a since the state Department of
amounted to 37228. This the school board team by the county champ. effort to collect $245 in survey. controversy over whether Christopher was quizzed on member of the senior honor Pollution Control has out-
money will be used to operate BEA team. The school board Other participating schools, ing costs l he claims Marvin ditches dug in the area were her knowledge of business, society. She is president of the lawed all the former dumps or
the hospital after it opens, but team, since it will be unawareof with their champion named Pritchett agreed to pay on city or private property. economics, education, and History Club, representing the landfills.
the trustees agreed not to use topics to be negotiated, will first and runner-up second The civil action suit stems general facts. club on the county Bicenten- The garbage will be covered
that three-mill tax levy reve probably ask for an adjourn- were: from a Lake Butler water- Pritchett had told the city Miss Christopher has no nial Committee. She is a daily ata central master land-
nues until it officially opens. ment to become familiar with Brooker Elementary : sewer line extension and paving council that ditches dug in the idea what will be asked in the member of the Spanish Club fill, a site for which the com-
the portions of the contract the Martin Hunter Lee Orton. project in the area of SE area of SE Seventh AvenueSee state contest in May. and Camera Club, and was on mission is still searching. Its
(See Page 2) Hampton Elementary : Seventh Avenue at SE Ninth ( Page 2) She has chosen BUS biology the tennis team last year. (Se Page :2)

dJr \vUuuw!!! UTricrFRIDAY.APRILt Williams Wary Growing Government As Legislature Sitsunnecessary I

Opposed to new taxes of positions within accomplish the same goals ment has seen fit to work it stated on enrollment cutbacks ties, Williams places priority The state's highest emphasis
any sort local State the state work force and giving and fewer state dollars must against the ordinary citizen, at state colleges and universi- on education in grades K-12. See( Page 2)) I
Representative Frank thosq serving a needed and pay governmental rule- who must have a lawyer to
useful service a salary raise.. makers."I interpret APA rules, then pay
Williams (D-Starke) vowedto Duplication of services must originally voted for the court costs to find out if his Counties Asked ToTake Over

again cast many "no" be cut from this year's depart- Administrative ProceduresAct lawyer: is right," Williams
J votes as he took seat in the mental structure, Williams but if I had it to do over said.Although I
spring legislative session said if agencies are to live again, I wouldn't. The govern- no position was .

beginning Tuesday April within tightened belts."I I J Administration Of CETA Fund
have yet to vote for an
appropriations bill in four County Fair Termed A Success Bradford and Union coun- tatives at the commission county, the commissionerswere
"I preface my 'no' vote years. I hope to have one this ties can join together to meetings to propose that the told.Speakers.

reputation with the opinion year I can vote for. It seems Pictures ami Stories On 16.18 locally administer the state county name them to administer on the plan were
BHS & BMS BANDS that my votes are a like there are so many misplaced Pages Office of Manpower Planning the programs under the !Mrs. Rubinas, manpower
IN CONCERT positive vote for my priorities," Williams public service job funds and county's direction. Employment planner; Liz Batey and Bob
: BHS auditorium said said.Consolidation gain a total of $34,000 in addi Service Supervisor Bob Greene of the Employment
8p.m. people, Rep. of services tional federal funds, $17,000for Greene says, for instance, his Service.
Williams, a four-year vet would eliminate the need for Strawberries PeakingIn each county. office can administer programs Union Commissioner Paul
SATURDAYAPRIL10RUMMAGE eran of the Florida Houseof three agencies to inspect businesses The Office of Manpower less expensively) than Riherd expressed the problemof
Representatives, in an handling milk productsand Planning (OMP) made such a the county could set up its own the two boards, saying that
BAZAAR interview last week. two agencies to inspect CooL Wet WeatherA proposal to both county com- administration. The Employ with so many agencies
Starlit Elem. PTA restaurants for instance, missions this week through its ment Service already has involved it is difficult to figureout
Comm. St. Bank "Priorities set up there Williams said.Misplaced representative, Mrs. Christine means set up to find jobs and what is going on.
Lot10a.m.3p.m (Tallahassee) don't always \ priorities men- half-inch rain Tuesdayand Bobby Taylor who says that Rubinas of Ocala. OMP has handle the administrativeaffairs
reflect the need of the peoplebut tioned by the local legislator cooler weather Wednesday prospects are good that acre- been administering federal Greene said.
the whims of those in include funding of state fair were just what the doctor age may double to around 150 Comprehensive Employment Lawtey EscapeeStill

RABIES CLINIC power. It's easy to get disillu- festivities to the tune of $6 ordered for Bradford County'sstrawberry acres next season if plants are Training Act ((1973)) funds Bradford commissioners,
Hampton City Hall sioned in trying to accomplish million during last year for crop, now puttingon available. received from the U.S. getting hit cold by the propo- At Large
*10:30a.m., things with that kind of atmos- the first time, when state spring growth prior to Department of Labor down to sals from the various agen-
Brooker City Hall phere," Williams said. monies were short. Williams going into peak production.Price Staff the local level through several cies, ended up in confusion A 21-year-old inmate of the
11- 12:30 Among things Williams will also objects to state money was reported holding AssignmentsTo state agencies.The about how to react. Commis work release program at
Reduced rates try to accomplish during the going to the governor's com- firm this week with an aver- state OMP office is pro sioner Ralph Bryan said per Lawtey Community Correc-
will be charged '60-day session are the passageof mission on the status of age of from $3.50 to $6.50 for Be Proposed posing this year to have funds haps the board will set a work tional Center is still at large
. bills allowing cost of living women to pay for lobbying to 12: .pint Hats.Morris under all six titles of CETA session in the near future to after discovery of his escape
TEENAGE BANQUET increase for retired teachers pass the Equal Rights Amend Carter, Jr., with 24 To School Board administered by a single work out solution. Thursday morning April 1.
Meth. FellowshipHall and state employees, giving ment (to which Williams is of the. county's estimated 75 agency in each county, 'It looks like the two outfitsare Charles Collins. Jr., did not
1 p.m. replacement revenues to opposed.) acres in berries this season, 1976-77 staff assignments namely the county commissions fighting over it,so it mightbe appear for routine count procedure
51programMONDAYAPRIL counties not receiving taxes An International cultural had picked around 1.200(> flats from administrators through in small counties. a good deal," Bryan said, at the Lawtey facilityaround
from state-owned property, exhibit in Dade County which from his planting the first non-instructional personnelwill adding, "it was all very con- 9:30: a.m. Thursday.
U and prohibiting criminals still began as a county project, three days of this week. Mostof be the major topic to Currently the federal man- fusing." When a search of the imme-
with the Department of Offen- then was bailed out by the these came from his 21 come up at next Monday's power training funds are After a full discussion at diate area by correction officials i
HOLY WEEK der Rehabilitation from state for about $8 million and acres of Sequoias which are in April 12, Bradford school being administered by several its meeting Tuesday, the and the Bradford
SERVICES attending classes on college never materialized, is yet top condition and producing board meeting to begin at 5:30: state agencies. For instance, Union County Commission Sheriffs Department did not
April n." campuses.Appropriations. another example of wasteful large, sweet berries. p.m.The it is CETA monies that fund agreed to meet with various '''reveal his whereabouts, an
will be the spending. Williams remarkedthat county administrativeschool the on-the-job training program agencies to streamline the use all-points bulletin was issued
Noon.. U:SOMeth. major concern of the upcom- a request for $100,000 to Carter said his 2'j acres of staff will present recommendations and the classroom study of its CETA funds, which with the Florida Highway
FellowshipHall ing session Williams said. renovate a dormitory at a the new variety Florida on organiza- program administered by the would increase from $28,000 to Patrol, according to James
Belle, "still look sick" but tional charts all Florida State Employment $43,000 if the Wainwright, superintendentof
Due to policy set by House school for the deaf and blind in for personnelin some county
LuncheonREUPHOLSTERY Speaker Don Tucker, each St. Augustine was refused in may pick up with the rain and the school system. The Service. It Is also federal takes over administration of the Lawtey facility.
agency within the state the same breath that appro- cool.\. "It t may be something chart will feature all positions CETA monies that fund the the program via single con- Collins, of Fernandina
CLASS government will be sliced to priated the $8 million."I did or didn't do to themdon't I from principals on down that work experience programnow tract with the Office of Man Beach, had served half of a
10a.ro. 7p.m.Agriculture zero and will have to justify will also never vote for know what the troubleis Supt. Richard Jockel and his administered by the state power Planning.Ken tw-year sentence for assault!
Bldg. each dollar to be spent this legislation to let appointed he said. staff propose to have In the Department of Community Law of the OMP office to rob a dwelling with intent to
Public Invited year. commissions make laws, like Lloyd Griffis, the other system in the coming 76-77 Affairs. spoke to the Union board, commit a felony in Duval
"Every phase of govern- the Department of Environ grower with a fair sized plant. school year which officially Mrs. Rubinas proposed that again saying that costs couldbe County.
CwrtnvOICommunily ment will have to face the mental Regulations. Local ing of Florida Belles, said he begins this July 1. Bradford and Union Counties held down if Bradford and A negro male, Collins had
ullr (!! same scrutiny. State people are able to handle local Is pleased with the new Also planned for presentation join forces in administering a Union join in hiring a local been on the work release pro
employees deserve a salary problems and we're letting variety, and he may switch to is a proposed administrative total of $132,529, now being person to administer the pro- gram under minimum cus-
> talc !Jonk increase, but I question how state government get too big," them entirely next year. "It'sa salary schedule for 1976- funneled into the counties gram. tody just a few months, and no

Acc.imH Now Imurtd u.T. many we can afford," Williams said. natural born, tougher berry 77.A through the various agencies. The local county boards indications of means of escape
>iw may Williams said. All in favor of home rule and carries well; he said. proposed 76-77 school calendar Both the Employment Ser- would have a direct input has been found. He is $'10",
/_..'_,If "" ......""(.... The local representative Williams said that less locailegislation Renewed interest In berries will also be presented to vice and the Dept. of Com- then, into the allocation of weighs 143 pounds and has a

advocates cutting. out is necessary to Is reported by County Agent the school board. munity Affairs had represen- CETA funds within each tatoo on his upper left arm. .

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I I' TKLKKKAPII: Aprils, 1976

9 Earn Straight-A's- At BMS r"n4 l: 0'f. 'I ; County Garbage System .

.... '.I t Bradford Middle Sixth Grade mond Joseph Hillman, f. (From Page/ l It
,n.l,>l ".7'i students t earned Lisa Kay Alvarez. Angela Catherine Ann Grider, David Heights at the present landfillor driveways on the repaving of may do well to pay part of the
..H'I \ during the fourth six Gayle Boyette. Charles Thomas Fussell Douglas ) in the Keystone airport has the Brownlee Road. salary of the Starke Recreation -
I KV pi i mil ending Tuesday, Jerome Brown !Macy\ Ann Blaine Watson, Mary Catherine ) been turned down by state -Agreed to seek concrete Director as the city has
? uh i ''I i Crowder, Ronald Darren Holtz Teresa Montez Gas- Department of) Environ reinforced slabs to build boat attempted for years to have

nth graders t earning allII Davis, Sherry Louise Davis kins, Christie Jane Faulkner, mental Regulations The ramps at two Georgia army the county do.
v' Mane Bizier, daughi Camilla Fav Livingston, Ann Rhea Patrice Corbett, t .") board Is now looking for ano- bases in Hinesville and -Agreed the board should
'" i ''I I I"I .mil Mrs. Clermont Richard Lee Grant Knight 4 ;0- '
Louise Marsh Catherine ther take out
Mary spot which will be more Savannah a general liability
I i I. .ul.i starke; Alesia ShefI :Martin, Terl Lynn Massey Lorissa earl Mosley, Sylvia ttt acceptable.The -Adopted a safety code for insurance policy as protection
I I ''l.mghter I of :Mr. and Robin Suzanne May Randall Ann Je kins Joseph Ricky ik I'imJ'I ',' next four collection employees and agreed the against being sued, now that
i- 1 l.iiiH-s, ) Sheffield of .'ranklinlerrltt: Susan Jane Patrick d ,.
.. t compounds will not be as elaborate county will purchase required the county or state no longer
i K< Tammy Denton, Newman Suzanne Newport, as the one in Lawtey. equipment other than regular have sovereign immunity
H ,;liti-i" I ..r.|.r11': and !Mrs. Doni Elaine: Norman Randy MUD Arrested I 'set The sued
Cathy : City '" b commission, after visit attire such as safety glassesand from being
i i '" "i tarkl'. Teresa Ann Cesar Parado, Tina Renee 't ing the Lawtey center Monday work gloves. -Declined to pay $1,600 in
I I'' i <.I lighter of Mr and Ratliff Susan Gaye Sapp For Passing i came away convinced it -Heard Chairman George architectural fees for
i \inlicw llarley of Law- Shelley Lee Sikes, Amy Louise 1Z "J i ) AI'Jt ) can save money by leaving off Roberts assign Commissioners planning work done on a i
,m IM d! I IIIl'i Ann Lawson, Starling. Richard Michael Worthless! Checks lt ;., some things on the next ones. Shuford and Ralph building for the local menial "I
n'l'iri.' I ld i l Mr and Mrs. Sullivan. Tamala Lou The Lawtey unloading ramp Bryan to write employment health clinic.
1 i\ I..I\hOn of Starke. Starling Karen Denise Jeffrey James Moffitt Sr., { and collection site cost 25000. policies to be approved by the --Signed an agreement with
Thorpe Charles Morris 19, was arrested and booked entire board and distributed to the of
Department Transportation -
I i III iirlcrs making all
l >ul; gi I into the Bradford County Jail If municipalities use the
Williams. all install
i1 1'ii urn\ \ the fourth six county's central landfill and employees.Made to flashing signals -
afternoon in connec-
Paul Gregory Hicks, Vickie Tuesday it clear that at the railroad
money crossing
I k- Jeff Hrooker. son
I collection
'I" worthless points the is
Lynn Carver, James Scot tion with seven county donated to a Lincoln City softball New River Station.
oIl1d1I's: James
Mi Craft. :Nancy Lea Wallace checks issued to local businesses asking each town to provide a club for several
is rulings -
equipment -Upheld recent
6 nl Brooker Betsey
; Brad- \ site for the collection
according to the j\m.f com
Suzette Griffis recreation the of the
Tyfanny funds
Lila same as county zoning
MI pound and an employee to
\ i uiii,( Stiirkc and Joey Donna Kay Lee Honda Alexandra IreneStt'rn. ford ment.County Depart 1 operate the compactor) and given to the City of Starke and board.
Laura other municipalities with organized -Declined to pay some
MI" "ii I :Mr and Mrs ? show people where to unload
O'hlerIonica: Yvette !Moffitt of 111 E. Washington recreation $10.242 in medical bills sub
I ; ,:,> .nl( Sliirke 1 1b each type of refuse. programs
''II graders were llealan, Herbert Hawkins St. in Starke, was chargedwith AI j Chairman Roberts suggestedthat mitted to the county by the
Under the
liar' straight/( A's Charlotte Virginia Geiger, five misdemeanors for / .JI bagewill have new to be system gar eventually the county will University Hospital in Jack.
Karen Joanne Chitty Lorraine checks valued at less than $tOO separatedinto need at least time sonville. The commission
i. ,ri -'nt grading/( Bradford Middle School students earning all A't during the several classes. Only part recreation -
:Michelle Chambers and two felonious checks. fourth six weeks !grading' period Include ((1-r) kneeling: Alesia compactible refuse be director to administer instructed Clerk Gib Brown to
Teresa Ann Griffis Bond was set at $850 before can put the recreation dollars. reply it has not authorized
Sheffield, Teresa Denton. Seated
\ ''lid! K 'honor''' 1'011101' Harley Tammy : Joey Riggs into the compactors. Appliances -
"t'kan- first appearance at Bradford Tina Best. Standing: Jeff Brooker, Betsy Yawn and Lori Ann and wood items will be Roberts suggested the county treatment of any patient
SesenthgradeFrances County Court.City Lawson.Diane Bizier was not available for the picture. handled and
Annette Austin, separately
Patti Ehse Chesser, Peggy Jo unloaded in different areas of Williams I
WMrt.riBicni.taMedical Harden. Karen Annette Emily Holtz, Fathers To Reorganize PlanningPlans each All compound.municipalities indus- ---------
Melissa Ann
: Mayo
Elaine :Mott. Luana Layne tries, garbage collectors and (From Page/: 11 although Williams had

I :Mundnrff. Cynthia Lynn Norman for reorganizing the Board of Adjustment will be appeal my case before my all other users of a county should be on providing students tracked down the original
Traci Elizabeth Smith, city zoning and planning formed to hear appeals from official who could be landfill will be assessed a fee with basics, and letting sponsors of the bill, he has yet
n3e David Wayne Sparks boards were turned over to the city zoning board. removed and who would be by the county according to the student progress at his to learn why it was repealed.The .
I Deborah Joyce Thorpe Janet city attorney George Pierce Two commissioners will sit sympathetic with my cause, the new ordinance No fees own rate. bill calling for a cost of
Lorraine Williams Melissa and the rules and ordinance on the zoning and planning rather than a judge," said will be charged any residentof "Accountability is impor- living! increase to be tacked on
Leigh Winkler. Margaret Ann committee Tuesday night by board along with four commissioner Vernon Silcox. Bradford County for disposing tant. Teachers have to be to retirement pensions of Former
Bass. :Marlene Elizabeth the Starke City Commission in appointed members, accord- Commissioners Harold of solely his own garbage.A competent in the three R's teachers and slate
McWilliams\ Barbara Earle. efforts to meet rules of the ing to the Warren plan. One Epps and Joe Warren will join fee schedule has yet to be themselves no matter what employees is backed by Senator -
Sherra Deann Molt state Comprehensive member of the zoning and mayor-commissioner Charles established by the county their specialty. Too many John Thomas Representatives -
Deborah Lynn Parmenter Planning Act by a July 1 dead planning board will sit on the Schaefer and attorney Piercein commission. The board is also math teachers just don't care Sidney Martin Gene
.< Assistant Janice Adele Browning, Kelly line to designate a planning five-member board of adjust- researching the plan beforean considering selling window about grammar" Williams Hodges, Bill Andrews und
Dental Assistant Elaine Slade. Terri Lynn Tho body for the city. ment. Both boards will have ordinance is drawn. Final stickers or permits rather said.The others Williams said. The
mas. Doyce Dean Griffis. "The city commission does legal authority under the statutes plans will be presented at the than having money collectedat representative also legislation also has a Senate
Medical Secretary Lynnette Denise Hamilton not have the time or capabilityto of the Comprehensive next regular meeting of the the master landfill. advocated year-round school.in companion so the matter will
'in" "!"hs st.'" Joseph :Michael Herres Carol sit as the sole planning Planning Act.Accord1l1g council April 20. order to get the most out of be heard on both floors at the
,''i .,von',. rest'gcTy Hildreth. Vickie Lorraine agent for the city. We need to the Warren The new ordinance number school facilities. He also same time.
,?"pot dnmgI ind'the Kersy. Jonathan David John several sweeping ordinances proposal, the Board of Adjustments TransportationIs 76-2, gives the county control stated a need for alterations in :Not too much support has
,. I" '' u' ,d" flpndlnit < to bring us up to date in our will be the final say of over its garbage collection. It school financing in the state been apparent for \\illiams'
'. i 'It "t'-jin""ng son planning," said commissionerJoe the city in zoning matters. April ThemeOf defines what is garbage or level. legislation prohibiting offenders
(1 mmil'I ...111(1it Eighth Grade Warren in presenting the From the Board of Adjust refuse allows the county to Williams joins Senator to attend college/( campuses
d'''', I'' nLnbon. we Ann :Mary Brooks, Sandra reorganizational plan to the ment, matters will be Story Hour charge fees and establishes James Glisson of Eustis and for classes. Williams.
"'.'" '' G rv.vr( )'roc veterans framing GISSY Gwendolyn Kay Keith, "There are some people system.Members. April theme for the Bradford misdemeanor ions shall be a of Cedar Key in presenting a Florida State Prison for
Teresa Rachel Knepper, John who would like to see Starke of the commission County Public Library's punishible by a bill to allow counties replacement more than three years
Kevin :Miller Richard Collins fall flat on its face in this venture disagreed with this point and Pre-School Story Hour for fine not to exceed $500 or by revenues from the state believes that prisoners should
TODAY FOR DETAILS Smith Jr Deborah Renee I, for one.will try to keepit asked that the legal advisorfor ages 3, 4, and 5 is transportation. imprisonment in the county to counties losing tax dollars receive an education but
396-2874 Young. Tod Samons. Hollis from happening," Warren the city work with the rules jail not to exceed 60 days, or because of state-owned in should do so behind walls unt il'
Anthony Martin Pamela Ann qualified his plan.In and ordinance committee to Youngsters will be reading both. the county. Clay County is also their "debt to society" is paidA
M> "i".At LOHIDA 8 DENTAL COLLEGE ASSTS Underbill.: Leonard Ray Johnson the proposed plan an adjust the authority vested in about planes trains, and The ordinance was passedunanimously asking replacement revenues
''ksonville, Fla Janice Anne Jockcl Ray- unlimited member citizen the Board of Adjustment, as boats. Monday by the from the federal and state; toll-free number I HIKI'
participation committee and a stated in the Warren proposal."As Youngsters are invited to board with no dissent from the levels for the use of Camp 342-1827)) has boon set in
zoning and planning director : an elected body, the the story hour every Tuesday public.In Blanding lands. Tallahassee for citizens, to call
4 will work with a zoning and city commission should have morning at 10 a.m. April other action Monday, the !Monies earned by Bradford for information l'Ul1t'l'll1Il11:
Does 'Mobile planning board to work up and the last say before mattersare story-tellers are Kathy commission: County for the use of lands legislation during/( I the HIT"\
implement the city's compre- taken to court. After all Griffis, Gay Edwards, and -Heard CommissionerDave occupied by Florida State Prison legislative session lien !L,'"
hensive plan. A separate as a citizen, 1 would like to Sandy Davis. Shuford report that would amount to more Brantll')', chairman! ol the
Your Home Department of Transportation than $20,000 annually Joint Legislative :Man-ig
Controversy __ engineers are surveying the Williams said and even morein ment Committee which updates ,
---- (From Page I II ----------------- 'f:
Crawford Settlement Road for Union County which hast the WATS line "M-mci-
Leak? and SE Ninth Street were said is not enforceable in asked Judge A L, Driggers to paving within a few ;years lie o prison facilities. said the line will be open
a Gal either on private property or Florida. Goldin reasoned one dismiss Thomas' complaint. reported surveying of Plea Prior legislation appropriated :March through\, June IH ,1
street markers were installed man agreed to pay if the survey Attorney Wayne Carroll sant Grove Road is complete replacement revenuesfor Anyone wishing to speak to ,?
AMI (Craver 7 m the wrong location. revealed one thing, and representing Thomas and that the state will rcpave such land use then Rep. Williams personally ,a"shuuld ,; ....
12x60 e Thomas, street department the other man agreed to pay if described the agreement and widen within existing repealed the money and call 4im-tiii4: ;"
; 1. chairman denied the ditches revealed another thing between his client and right of way SR-18 from t'S-
$99 had been dug on private Pritchett as a contract, not a 301 through Graham to
property and proposed a survey "That is a wager a bet, Brooker. !
to show the location of city gambling," Goldin said in a bet.Judge Driggers denied the Agreed to contact a traffic Mr.FtshGA
{ Gal. easements. motion Monday, April 5, in motion to dismiss, and set the signal engineering firm from
Thomas said he would pay Union: County Court when he case for trial. Jacksonville to repair the

the surveyor if the ditches school signal at Hampton Elementary It "
were not on city property. Teacher Talks __,(From J Page l > ------ that is out of order
Pritchett said he would pay if J
BEA team wishes to --Heard Shuford
he was wrong. or new additions to the instructor at Bradford Middle recommend that the county .. Hwy 16 702 E Brownlee
The ditches were located on School is chief negotiator for
ILL Ha the contract. the BEA team. Other members include one bridge building
) city property according to
Local teachers first bar project in each ;year's budget.The
are Louis Garner a BMS
DATING subsequent suney.Garnesville gained a contract with the math instructor Doreatha county recentlyhad to r /'
617E attorney Selig school board 1.lstear after ; rebuild the bridge to the B.T Mullet
Richardson media
N specialist
Goldin representing Pritchett. passage of the state law allowing Anna ; Thomas place on the Sampson TroutRed
Clayton Hampton Elementary rays
described Thomas' com public employees to col teacher City Koad. The board G
plaint as an effort to collect a lectively bargain with their :McGriff, BUS ; Jerry I inspected that t bridge !Monday !
science department
t gambling debt, which, GoldinTREHRIDFORD employers. This will be the head; Marilyn Vellenga, afternoon A metal bridge/( was Fish
second year of bargainingtalks. installed attached to driven
Do It Yourself : t-ducal ion teacher Elementary,and special Gladys pilings &s
Business -Heard Sheriff
rot'NTV: TKI.KOKPH: : Manager Eddie Thomas, BUS librarian and Dolph
.. ..'I. .., I' oN "e Keep You' Home Cooler Published Thursday Douglas/( is chief negotiator/( for BEA president. Reddish report he has taken ".
the school board. BUS Principal out a $20.000 insurance
'. 0.' n Summer at 138 \\. fall Street Shrimp
.Starke. Florida 32091( Charles Francis Directorof 149 of the 212 instructional each deputy as required by
m l ', I One Coal Coon Operations Jesse Moore personnel in the county are state statute for all high risk

I' i 8 To 1C, Degrees Second Class postage paidat and Lawtey Principal Jim BEA mt'mbtrsIrs.: Thomas employees. Reddish said he is Fresh Daily From
.0n'," Starke, .FloridaSubscription Duncan are on the school says BEA, however, represents paying for the policies out of .
board team.Loper all 212 instructional personnel the sheriff's budget. : Cedar Key Florida
a physical education in the contract talks.
Kales:: /.' "'-.... -Was told by Zoning Direc
OLIN'S MOBILE HOMEHwy In trade area : Hi.till per
tor L.M. Gaines that the application -
year. 11.51)six) months he had submitted for S peciaTo Churchs Clubs Etc.
Carlton'sTVSales county road building block
Outside trade Discounts
100 W Starke area: $7.00 grant funds has been turned
per>ear ".(IHI six months
down. "That
was just some
& Service thing on which we were hoping

for the best but expecting the Mr. Fish &- It
50 East Main Street. Lake Butler worst, said Commissioner rFWE

Sub Center Phone 496-2917 Ralph-Agreed Bryan.to extend the

county's cooperation to the
We Service All Makes And ModelsOf Emergency Medical Training

program until June 30. The
SUBMARINE federal funding of that pro-
gram is ceasing after three
Square Shopping Center Specialized Antenna Systems years and the county will haveto
the tab for the II 'IJ I
2 Doors North of Slump's pick up
Emergency !Medical Care
COBRA S team operating out of the
OPEN 8:30: A.M. till 8 P.M. Monday thru Thursday county hospital With French Fries, Cole Slow ,

Friday & Saturday 8:30: A.M. till 9 P.M. CB RadiosSPECAL -Expressed support of a
proposed bill returning tax artar Sauce & Rolls
Sunday 10 A.M till 6 P.M. adjustment powers to the

/ county commission. The
PHONE ORDERS WELCOMEI! 964-696O board expressed chagrin that ALWAYS HAVE A SPECIAL FLAVOR

Good Used Black/White TV's its been adjustment eroded by powers legislation have in

NINE DELICIOUS SUBS favor of property appraisers. ICE CreamSuch
HJ v Open 8.30 5:30: Monday Saturday / "ls. -Complimented the Department

.." J .S Closed All Day Thursday 1i of Transportation on its
improvement in fixing private
TO CHOOSE FROM As Peanut Butter Butterscotch Etc.

Of Course We AlwatlIuve

"It// Takes 3 Hands To Handle Our Subs"


We Have Camel Riders Due to lack of response for the January Pageant the Mall has decided to hove

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were not crowned princess. All rI nner-ups are eligible and if they win they will 1
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April 10-11 by Pageant directors.


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24 Students Science ; -1 1M Union Dean Suspended On Conduct Charget- t I I

LAKE BUTLER In a una- Holmes that Jones had made at Union County High School, The 1975 football queen anda ciously to avoid any legal
nimous vote, the Union County improper advances toward told the school board that cheerleader stood before the complications such as those
Earn Shot School Board suspended Deanof her on three different occasions Jones also had propositionedthem. board to tell of the three inci- which led to a federal court
Students Jack Jones at a at the school.At dents. With a quivering voice, suit two years ago when two
special meeting Thursday, the start of the current Formal charges were to be she described the first inci- teachers were let go.
At State April 1, pending Investigationof semester Miss Holmes was filed against Jones by school dent that Jones had made Other alleged improper con-
V misconduct charges allegedby assigned as an aide during the board attorney Wayne Carroll advances toward her. duct involving Jones was
the 1975 homecoming first period of the school dayto after the board voted to sus- While working as an aide in brought out as the board triedto
Twenty-four Bradford and queen at the high school. Jones. pend Jones with pay. his office she went with Jonesto determine whether to sus-
Union County High School Jones, also football coach Jones was not present at the Miss Holmes' father told the pick up hot dog wrappers pend Jones at the special
science students advanced to and athletic director was meeting.Jo board that he requested the from a meat packing firm in meeting or postpone the
state competition in the charged by Jean Holmes, a Ann Tomlinson, a meeting to resolve the matter Alachua. In the course of that matter until a later meeting.In .
annual I science fair by winning senior and a cheerleader, who teacher at Lake Butler Ele- after his daughter had told chore, she said Jones kissed three seasons! as football
top honors In the regional fair told the board at the meeting mentary School, and Sandra him that Jones had made an her. She said about a week Coach at Union County High
Thursday and Friday March requested by her father, J.D. Yarborough/( a former student indecent proposal to her. later, he closed the door to his School Jones has compiled a
2526. .J- office and tried to kiss her 28-5 won-lost mark. His 1974
Of the 105 entrants from a
J again. football team was runner-up
five-county, 13-school region Another week passed, she to Monticello for the Class AA

Terry Jockel of Carver Bradford and County Jennifer and i Lawtey Makes Plans To Operate annual said, Jones staff cornered room and her out in his the stale championship.

Theresa Schretzman, Sylvia hand on her chin and tried to .
Acosta and Laurie Schretzman Retiring BCH Technician Honored kiss her again. ,
of Union County capturedfive Miss Holmes told the board NOTICE. .
of six Best of the Fair l'1rs, AliiRarite Parks Aaron, operating room technician, Is First Automated Garbage Siteon that she went to Principal If You
awards given in ceremonies rH'rinK' after 20 years as an operating room technician at Billy Ray Foister to ask him to Would Like
Friday morning at Lake City li0 Uoril County Hospital. Above Mrs. Aaron receives a 20- Plans were made Monday IS: cents per mile for 200 be awarded the city in the next transfer her from duties as r.
Community College.All Yl<.(H- pin. from Administrator K.I. Edmondson at a retirement night by the City of Lawtey to miles per month. The council year and the second mainten- Jones assistant and relatedthe ODORFREEEffective
first place winners will party given Monday, March 26, by fellow hire a man to operate the hopes to obtain a truck ance man could be the reasons.
participate in the state employees at BCH.plra. compactor at the county's through the Florida Develop- backup. Foister, she said apprised Household
science fair April 21-22 in Pan- Aaron was! employed at the hospital March 21. 1956. first automated garbage col- ment Commission for Dyal to --Agreed with Clerk Lucille Supt. James Cason of the
ama City to compete with top (,the received a watch from the BCII staff and lots of funny lection point located at Law- Shuford's suggestion that she situation and !Miss Holmes
projects from 22 other gifts from fellow employees, Mrs. Aaron says she plans to use.Appeared satisfied with keep the city hall open several was called to Cason's office to PEST
regions. A panel of judgeswill devote her time to her seven children, 21 grandchildren, and tey.The city commissionersspent Chief M.M. Jordon's report hours each morning beginning'in discuss the matter. She indicated -
as in local and regional n\e\ great-grandson. some two hours discuss- that the police car traveled 80 May when the first water that Cason told her of CONTROLCall
competition, review project ing details of operating the miles per day in March and 73 payments will be due. The city the steps necessary in bring-
displays and interview garbage compacting unit, the in February on the two shift hall is open only in the after- ing charges against Jones and
entrants to determine com- town's new water system, and day which runs from 6 a.m. to noons now. that a special committee from Us Now
pleteness, individual effort getting Insurance the ever present problem of 11 p.m. -Took under considerationa Tallahassee would have to be
and scientific work by the stu ditch drainage.The -Agreed to install two lightsat request by Chief Jordon that called into the in\tstigution. LOIIDA
dents. city has found it cannot the water plant plus two a shotgun be purchased for the Following Miss Holmes' "
Laurie Schretzman took obtain a second maintenanceman others for two residents who police car. Jordon is to bring summary of the alleged EST i iONTlOL
first place overall honors in Tough For Starke under the federal Com- requested them. prices to the next meeting. advances of Jones, the school
the biological sciences cate- prehensive Employment -Agreed to have the water -Emphasized the city does heard a lengthy explanation of ,
gory of the regional Talent Training Act this year, but is distribution system contractor not haul limbs that residents the legal I steps required to suspend
Search, in which students pre- Pj ced with difficulty in coverage on bodily injury still hopeful for next year. install a meter for Alberta pile in front of their houses. or dismiss a school instructor a tuwtu to
sent both written and oral interpretations securing bids on insurance forth only, but fire insurance be Meanwhile, the council Watkins,who had signed up on Some persons might have Attorney Carroll was Call 964-5745
of their projects. City, the Starke Commission difficult because of the power agreed a second man will the original list for water but gotten that idea, the council careful to spell out the detailsof
Bradford County winners in appointed George plant and general liability will have to be employed at least was missed when meters were said, but never has the city regulations: adopted under Free Inspection
the Talent Search portion now Roberts Insurance as insurance be tough because of the city's temporarily to operate) the installed. But the council offered that service. The city the Administrative! Procedures
advancing to state competition advisor Tuesday night in natural gas operations," garbage compactor. For the decided installation of water has picked up limbs from in Act. Diagnosis & Estimate
include: hopes of getting adequate insurance Roberts told the commission.In first few months a full time meters for Frank Bell and the streets after a storm, the The attorney cautioned the Complete Professional' Pest'
Briar Patray, first place coverage before the asking that he be person will be necessary at Linwood Crawford will be at council noted. board that it should act judi COntrol Service 1
physical sciences; Carolyn present policies expire April appointed to research insur- the garbage collection point to the established rate of cost
Roller, Anthony Franklin and 14. ance possibilities on a full- show residents how garbage plus 10 percent. They are the
Linda Richardson, first placein time basis until coverage must be separated. first two residents to request
biological sciences; Nancy "The insurance industry is could secured, Roberts said Only compactible refusecan water since the free meters
Hildreth, Darla Christopher, at ItS lowest ebb right now. he would "work in the city's be dumped into the new were installed for original TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
and Robin Chism who won Nope\ of my regular com-" behalf to secure the lowest compactors. Metal or wood signers.
second place in biological paljfs Will bid on the city: rates possible." trash will still have to be dis- -Advertised for a carpenterto
sciences, will be alternates to Roberts told the commission "Rates have doubled in posed of otherwise. Residentswill work under the federal 206 W. Madison 964-7200
the state Talent Search.In whey only one bid for partial high-risk operations. Casualtyis have to become familiar CETA (Comprehensive
the senior division of the coverage was accepted.A a tough item to write. You with where on each collectionsite Employees Training Act) for
science fair, Briar Patray will tentative meeting date of may even have to self insureon to dump which kind of 11 weeks, from April 15 to f 76 Ford Pinto
represent BUS with her first Monday, April 12, at 5 p.m. fire insurance" Roberts garbage. June 30, at a salary of $181.46
place mathematics exhibition. win !Set after the council una- said. Maintenance man Leo Dyal per week.
John Samons will be an alter- niri\0Usly authorized Robertsto Commissioner Vernon Sil- told the council, at Mayor Ben -Discussed a backup man Sale!
nate, winning second place in comb the industry for city cox mentioned that one of the McCulley's questioning, he for the garbage and water
that category. instance coverage. city's prime alternatives was thinks his duties with the systems, but decided that per-
Terry Carver will go to state Gerald Brown Insurance to insure at higher deductiblesto water system plus mainten- haps a CETA employee would
competition with a first place CoHipany submitted the only bring rates down to afford- ance of streets ditches, and y FROM
physics project, also winning coverage estimate to the commission ability for the city. He also garbage collection take at Williams PleadsNo !
! a first prize from the American a bid for workman'scompensation said that insurance rates were least 40 hours per week ContestJerry
Institute of Chemical at $22,111 per normally governed by gas "A couple of weeks I've put
Engineers. Clint Wilson year from Corporate Group pressure and population den- in as much as 80 hours," Dyal Winfred Williams of f l P3120 9095
(UIIS) will also enter a phy- Service, Inc.Roberts sity, which might bring rates Starke changed his plea to nolo _
sics project. challenged the bid, down. said.Councilman Robert Scott, in contendre after the state
, Pam Tucker will presenther saj'jfig that the bid was not charge of street maintenance, announced in circuit court City 24 MPG HWY 35 MPG
submitted at a qualified rate. March 31 it EPA RATING
botany project in state said he would hire a crew to Wednesday was
competition, taking first place Brwn agreed that. the amending the information
. City Probing lower some culverts where '
, in the regional fair Patray, company's engineers would ditches have been made lower against him from assault with Ask For A Special Priced! "Mustang:: ; .Cobra:
Carver and Tucker also won have to survey city operations Mobile Homes than the culverts. The north- intent to commit murder to a
awarded by the before the insurance could east section of town- is the aggravated assault.
Florid Foundation for Future become effective and cited worst, Scott said. The council Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green
Scientists.S.( .) time limitations that precluded In a brief meeting the Cityof agreed with his suggestion.In advised Williams that he 18 Years of Something Special
Scott Tinsler and Nancy the! engineering survey Starke Zoning Board asked other action Monday could receive a maximum of l FORD j
Hildreth will enter zoology before the/ bid was submitted Clerk Merrill Edwards to night, the council: five years on the sentence. Quality & Service
projects in the state science Tuesday night.Wol'kt1an's advise the city building -Agreed to pay Dyal $30 per Williams said that he under-
fair each earning a lirst prizein compensationand inspector Oscar Crosby to month for use of his truck in stood. Williams said he was We Service What We Sell
insurance will be investigate two mobile homes r
regional competition. Tins- casualty duties with the water system making the nolo contendre
ler earned a second place inFFFS the city's biggest headache in that have apparently been and maintenance work, based plea on the advice of his attor
and Hildreth a third searching for coverage, placed without a permit in the ney.
i y' place. UlIS's Alan Hicks, Roberts said. More than $4,000, ) vicinity of Grand and Weldon ---
, another zoology first-placer, in Claims last year will preclude Streets.It .
Mill also enter the state fair. many companies from was pointed out that one
Jennifer Jockel of Bradford accepting the city, he said. of the mobile homes is being
County and Sylvia Acosta, "I 1 can write workman's used for commercial pur- 1,001 Items For Home or Office
Xiomara Puig and Jean compensation with an eight poses.
Holmes of Union County will percent surchargeand can get No other business was discussed -
vie for state honors in medicine vehicle insurance on assignedrisk at the monthly meetingof
and health-related pro- that is, for liability the board.
jects. Jockel earned first p SALE !

American place in FFFS Cancer awards Society and Community: State Bank To Offer And We

awards as well as first placein
the medicine category and Services Of BankAmericard Can Order OFFICE I
Best of the Fair.
Karen Powell of BUS first
place winner in both FFFS And Master ChargeBank.
awards and the science fair, 10,000 FURNITURE
will enter a project in behav- Sf ARKE-'-The CommunityState .
ioral science in the state com Bank of Starke has "We feel this new service
petition. Carolyn Roller recently entered into an will make banking more More And
I BUS) will present study in agreement with Barnett Bank convenient for our n,
in the state merchants, said Fulmer. ';
microbiology of
science fair. "He only needs to make out "..
BankArnericard to begin Have Them
Robin Chism (iBHS) enters accepting deposits and one deposit slip, go to one ft tP' ---
bank, and reconcile one bank AEA
state competition with a project making cash advances for
in biochemistry lie will BatiKAmericard and Master statement, and "look to one In Your
bank for service.
join Laurie Schretzman, Jose CI1<\ge. r
Acosta and Donna Crawfordof Area cardholders will now
UIIS in this category of The! announcement was be able to obtain cash ]
state judging. made by Wayne Fulmer. vice- advances on their jP ; ; Home or NjJ
Bobby I harden goes to state president of Community State BankAmericard and Master !.T:7I:
with a first-place winning BatK of Starke, and Barnett Charge accounts at
earth and space study.In Baw of Jacksonville Vice Community State Bank. V'I Office In 3 Days
the junior division. Cindy President Lyonel L. Fitzner "Community State Bank is
Griffith of Bradford Countywill Under' this dual happy to offer these new
join Gary Griffis, Jorge arrangement local services to our customers and
Acosta, Aurora Acosta and met-chants will be able to community we always
Theresa Schretzman of Union deposit sales of both welcome new opportunities to
County in vying for state Bai\4Americard| and Master provide more and better
honors Charge at Community State services," says Fulmer.SUPER .
Forty-nine of the 50 entrants -
(from Bradford and Union MCILSL
Counties at the regional
science fair earned honors of

first projects., second and third place : BUYSNEW Ii i I

4 ArrestedFor

Stealing 4' x of 8' Sheets Living RoomFORMICA

Strawberries CHAIRSper \L! For Fast Service 4'

hour persons were released I \ ,
from the Bradford County Jail $50041500 sheet :2750each
after being arrested Wednesday ,
:March :II, in connectionwith Gall 964-5764 i iI
the theft of strawberriesfrom I ;"x3"xS'; ; NEW I,
a Law ley cooler ownedby WHITEW'x6"xa' QQ ,
V "x4"xS'
:Morris Carter, Jr.

Pendarvis Two juveniles, 19, of and Law Frank tey, BATTENOLIN'S ** ** I

were charged with grand larceny The ice
in the incident Alvin Anderson Off Shop .
23 also of Lawtey.was .
charged with grand -larceny MOBILE HOME
and burglary in the

Tuesday ferry snatching.night, :March 30, SALES & SERVICE Now Located At 110 W. Call

Twenty of the 43 flats of

strawberries stolen, worth .. Starke Fla.
.HWY100W9645606 -
- .
about saoorwere: ; recovered : T" ,
the Jacksonville fruit rand
where they were o'i sale




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Page TELEGRAPH April 8.1976

. 5 BHS Students Earn Straight A's Through First Four Grading PeriodsFive I Henry 17 reasons Block why has

of Bradford High Miss Edwards daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mosley of and Mrs. Thomas A. Box of physiology, humanities of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Lynn Pierce, John Samons,
School's 1..104 students have Col. and Mrs. William Starke studies cooking and Starke. Miss Box studies com- "research and writing, and also Griffith of Starke. Miss Sheryl Sapp Mimi Scott, you should come I
maintained a perfect 4.0 aver- Edwards of Kingsley Lake is baking and is a aide. munications and expression serves as a teachers' aide. Griffith studies agriculture I, Kathy Teston, Pamela to us for incometax
age throughout the first four studying American Literature Joining these girls in earn- general math II''and typing. Sophomore Carolyn Roller physical education, world cultures Tucker.
grading periods ending Tuesday math analysis biologyII ing all A's during the fourth and is a teachers' aide daughter of Mr. George Roller algebra I, English I and help.Reason .
March 9. chemistry I and is a mem- six weeks grading period are Margaret Ann Norman of Lawtey is .taking typing modern science. Sophomores
ber of the annual staff. these seniors: daughter of Mr. and Mrs E.L. math analysis, physical education David Harley son of Mr. Freddie Aldridge Mark Box, .
Rebeka Box,
Seniors Cynthia: Edwards Lee Ann Ashline, daughter Norman of Starke. Miss Nor- biology, shorthand and and Mrs. S.C. Harley Jr., of Matthew Box; Easton
Christina -
Judy Thomas and Nelda Mos- Miss Thomas daughter of of Mr.and Mrs. Victor Ashlineof man studies bookkeeping is a British literature. Starke. Harley studies John Cooper
ley have earned all A's during Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas of Starke. Miss Ashline cheerleader and a teachers' Other sophomores earningall algebra I, general science, Latonya Johnson, Valerie
the first 24 weeks of the 1976 Hampton studies horticultureand studies bookkeeping I and aide A's during the fourth six world cultures agriculture I, Jones, Brenda May, Karen
school year, as well as sopho- is a teachers' aide for shorthand and is a teachers' Michael Sherman, son of weeks are: English I and physical education Reddish Kenny Rodrique r
more Carolyn Roller and three hours each day. aide. Mr.and Mrs.John Sherman of Michelle GuilHon daughterof Darlene Shirley, Margaret
freshman Dwayne Baldwin. Miss Mosley daughter of Laura Box daughter of Mr. Starke, studies humanities Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Guillion Irene Wainwright, daughterof Smith,Tenly.Constance Muse,
trigonometry and British lit of Lawtey. studies British lit- Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Wainwright Sonya
erature. He Is also a teachers' erature, algebra II, biological of Starke. Miss Wain-
15. If should
Freshmen you
10 Sentences Handed Down aide. science, advanced cooking wright studies Spanish I, Eng- Teena Arnold Sara Biggs qualify for the Short Form,
Jay Martin, son of Mr. and art and physical education. lish I, modern science, physi- Jenecia Bright, Shari Dobbs, I we II prepare it for you at a
I Mrs. Alan D. Sherman Linda Richardson, daughterof cal education, algebra II and Andrea Eaves Cynthia very low price. At H 8 R
studies a three-hour block of Mr. and Mrs. Tillman geography. Gravel Nel- Block, the simpler the return,
Action electronics. Richardson of Starke, studies I the less we charge.
In Circuit Court son Green, Nannette Hall
le.re. Willard Wade, son of Mr. typing business careers, phy-- Bradford High School students Alan Hicks, Linda Johns.
Robert Wade of Starke. Wade sical education geometry! earning all A's and B's Anita Johnson Debra Kite. H&R BLOCKTHE
Gene Stotieman: was sen- log near a woods road; neither was allowed to plea guilty of studies industrial arts and biology and mysterious andfarout for the fourth six weeks grad- Patricia Mullins Jeffery Nor
tenced to 15 years in prison on offered resistance when trespass. Judge Green placed conversational Spanish, as stories.Freshman. ing term are: Pamela Stalnaker Mar- INCOME TAX PEOPLE
a breaking and entering recaptured. him on probation for a year well as serving as a teachers' Dwayne vin man Cheri Wall Donald
charge and received five Judge Green in handling and fined him $150. aide two hours each day. Baldwin, son of Mr.and Mrs. Seniors Wilson.Tyson. 118 N:WALNUT ST 064-8280
years on a grand larceny down the sentence on Edward Eugene Holder was In the junior class at BHS, Jerald Baldwin of Starke, has Marlon Cummings, Martin
charge in Circuit Court Stoneman ordered the allowed to change his plea to Susan Edwards and Nancy earned A's throughout the Davey Teresa Devore, Alicia -
current sentences to run guilty of larceny of a motor Jackson Jennifer
Monday March 29. Hildreth earned all A's school year and is taking;con- Jockel
Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green consecutively with each other vehicle. Judge Green placed fourth duringthe versational Spanish modern Clara Johnson Glenda Johnson
Jr of Gainesville handed and concurrent to his 10 year him on probation for two grading period: science geography English I, Joanna Knepper, Kathy DeWitt u Jones
sentences to eight persons as a sentence from Highlands years and ordered him to. Miss Edwards daughter of algebra II and physical edu Locke Beverly Meng Donna
week of circuit court action County for breaking and make restitution of $150. Col. and Mrs. William cation. Page, Jacqueline Smith,
began. entering. Judge Green allowed Frank Edwards of Kingsley Lake Other ninth graders earningall Sherrie Starling Laura K. Funeral Home I
Stoneman was involved in Joseph W. Pierce changedhis Mcbride to change his plea to studies American history, A's during the last six Thomas Larry White, Linda ,
an escape from the Florida plea from not guilty to guilty to escape from the humor in literature, math weeks are: Williams, Toma Pickren.
State Prison at Starke duringthe guilty to escape. Judge Green Lawtey Correctional In- analysis, biology II and Spanish Todd Ashline,son of Mr. and STARKE PHONE 964-62OO .
early morning hours of sentenced him to serve three stitution on Jan. 27 of last III, and serves as a Mrs. Victor E. Ashline of Juniors RENTAL '
Dec. 9, 1971 and subsequent years with that sentence to year Judge Green deferred teachers' aide. Starke. Ashline studies agri- Ann Allen Patricia Bell, HOSPITAL BEDS.WALK 1'S. WHEELCHAIRS
break at the Vernon Reddish run consecutively with his sentence until Friday April 2. Miss Hildreth daughter of culture I, modern science Eoline Green, Ruth Hazen ft CRUTCHES
home near FSP. He was apprehended current five year sentence for The state announced that Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Hildreth of geography, albegra I, EnglishI Robin Hood Linda Jones .
late last year in forgery. they were dropping Kingsley Lake studies I and physical education. Helen Lee, Lisa Mitchell KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE jON
Georgia and returned to FSP Judge Green fined KinsleyS. aggravated assault charges American history, human Cynthia Griffith daughter Briar Patray Tonya Patrick,
after being extradited from Smith $301 on a charge of against Leroy Burton.
that state. reckless display of a firearm. Willie Perry entered a pleaof -
Stoneman and Charles Kinsley had been chargedwith not guilty to aggravated OUTS aiJohn
Faucette were charged with carrying a concealed assault. His trial was set for
breaking into the Reddish weapon and was allowed to Monday, May 31, at 9 a.m. Orown'e
home after their escape and change his plea by Judge James William Miller en-
then pilfered a pickup truck Green. tered written pleas of not _0.11 HOMI ,tf/rER r'ti, OH |AY 600, THEY POT A i
belonging to the Reddish's Joseph Cecil Walker guilty to auto theft and grand JJ.-Q.JBOX toss D q ,
which was later found changed his plea to guilty of larceny. His trial was set for
abandoned in a wooded area escape and was sentenced to May 31, at 9 a.m. KEYSTONE HEIG S, FLORIDA yN TRAILER NEXT -
near Waldo. serve five years with it to run Donald Bert Eberle entereda ", .11f11 /Qss w DD
f'aucette was recaptured in consecutive to any sentencehe written plea of not guilty to ,, .
1973 and received a life sen- is now serving. aggravated assault. His trial v"1'4 /f,,' I /( Ii .
tence on a robbery charge in Peter R. Romeo was sen- was set for May 31 at 9 a.m. ,r
connection with the case. He tenced to eight years in prison Jimmie Harrell pled not :2i
to The trial .
was at the time of escape after he changed his plea to guilty escape. was
serving a five year sentencefor guilty of escape. He is set for Monday May 31, at 9 I ti stn s
possesion of a weapon by a currently serving a 10 year a.m.Charles ., Il III .F rkaw
felon from Duval County. sentence for robbery. The Barnes entered a "
Bozeman and the fourth current sentence is to run written plea of not guilty to Pr c, R d I v x.aYr
member of the quartet who consecutively with any he is sexual battery. His trial was
escaped. Warren Theodore now serving. set for Monday April 19, at 9 41
Yopp, were recaptured about The state dropped three
five and half hours after the other charges against Romeoof a.m.Gus Turner and Harry
escape near the edge of Water auto theft, grand larceny Mungin both pled not guilty to
Oak Swamp about three miles and possession of a weapon bya assault with intent to commit
murder. Both their trials have ,' ,rr ... .' -e4 51f
east of the Vernon Reddish state prisoner. /. i Wr MMnWrv nrMwi 1 t" /
home. Searchers from the Eugene Nasworthy charged been set for Monday May 31 iMrn I y.._ Mr
prison found them sitting on a with burglary of a structure at 9 a.m.

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Bill Adams h BHS Linksmen Split With Forest, Eastside H

Tornado golfers split two three-over-par 39. Senior Matt Matt Herres carded a three- BUS is now 7-7 on the season
'matches to maintain a break- I Ilerres carded a 44, Lee Casey over-par 39 to lead BHS past with five matches t to( go. "We
-, even 7-7 season mark this shot a 45 and Gene Tanner a Eastside on the Starke course might win" eight or nine
i :! ;week,losing by 19 strokes, 155- 46. Tuesday afternoon. Lee Caseywas matches, says Coach Adkinson. -
174, to tough Ocala Forest last Bert Yancey, nephew of the second BHS man with a .
3rd Friday and coming back pro Bert Yancey and his 41, Wade Winkler shot 41 and
Tuesday with a 13stroke. 169- namesake, led Forest with a freshman Scott Roberts was Yesterday (Wed., April 7))
182, win over Gainesville 38. Three other Wildcats fourth BHS man with a 47. BUS golfers went to Willow
f Eastside carded 39's for a close consis- lIerres shot steady par golf Lakes in Orange Park to takeon
'': "They are tough, by far the tent game between the Ocala except for a double bogey on the Raiders. Tomorrow
best team we've played" says linksmen. the 5th hole. Casey birdied the (Friday, April 10)) they travel
Coach Warney Adkinson of the Forest only beat BHS three first hole, but four bogies hurt Macclenny! to take on Baker
Forest match in Ocala.) strokes on the Starke Golf and his score. (High, and the following Thurs-
Strawberry 1. Sophomore Wade Winkler Country Club course earlier Wilkinson and Hardy were day. API'ilI5,meet Eastside in
1:led BHS against Forest with a this season. low for ES with 45's. Gainesville.

Bill Adams won the annual the left after a drive across Jack ; )
Strawberry Golf Tournamentfor Alligator Creek. Jim Arnold ; Perry, Williams Selected All Suwannee ConferenceIn II
the third year in a row by Zebroski 143; )
posting a five-under-par 139 He shot a 72 on the second 144; 8)) Bob ) Jim season with better than an 18
day of ; Guard Boysie Perry and addition Perry and Springfield completing
play to win over Jack
for the 36-holes, winning by Roundtree who shot Mims 147; ) Center Ralph Williams of Williams, those on the second his first season as P.K.Yonge point average Williams was
73-69 for
three strokes, Saturday, April his 142 total. a 148; 9) Union County were selected to team include Marvin Coach was selected as coachof the leading Tiger rebounder.
3. and Sunday April 4, at the McDilda, the second team in the seven Buchanon and Freddie SCottof the year. Both will be back for next I
Starke Golf and Country Club Jim Arnold for the second willegar 149. team Suwannee Conference Newberry along with Perry was the leading season Perry is a sophomoreand
course. year in a row finished third basketball team for the 1975-76 James Bennett, Chiefland. scorer for the Tigers on the Williams a junior.
Adams, rapidly becomingone with a 143, shooting
an open- season in a vote of the league
of the top amateur golfersin ing day 67 to tie Adams the ( 'coaches.
Northeast Florida, shot( a first day then slumped to a 1)) Frank : .
five-under-par 67 on the first four-over-par 76.Championship. Fred ; I Adams tees off on the Those making the first tea m
dav of play. His round featured Charles ; ) hole to finish hit lived;; .include Jerry Edwards Josh TERWILLEGAR MOTORSGranada
an eagle three on the Flight Ed Stephens ; ) par three strokechain--- Hellstrom P.K.Yonge, Albert
rugged 14 hole. It is a 570-foot (handicap 0-1)) Corey and ; victory In the Straw Mann, Hawthorne; Glen
hole that features a dogleg to 1)) Bill Adams 67-72-139; 2)) 7)) Harvey Invitational Golf,T u>J l' O'steen and Mark Rains Cross 206 W. Madison 964.7200 I
Watson 158. last weekend. -City.

Bock, Bill Adams; 4fc 76
( ) Moblcy Frank Yanossy.
fr.J.iJI ;
1 Sale
$ 3 1)) George Danny Hayes,p>
F4 iw t : t' ;ty"' 156; 2)) John ; received a hafld$t"f 'In Bomb ThreatA
at .1"j. ._rR 3)) Vernon ; ) trophy for winning th*,..
Ray All first juvenile was arrested Fri- FROM der'
pU0,,.. .
Don 2, follow
afternoon April
y I y .j received a set*>* day
Bach Sr., ; ) second place winner ing a bomb threat at Bradford
; mark 162. set of woods, and third+: i'High School which resulted in 3695
'the evacuation of school facili-
and head
got a bag "
Winners in the AM-> ties, according to the Brad- -=_ _.
r ( ford County Sheriff's Department -
re eived gift-. G.3172 y
1)) Bob ..iSJ-; -i..::! I
handicap ; Herres, club managing The incoming call was
Mobley traced and followed up to EPA RATING
his thanks to th*6:
,' 137; 3)) people for their help catch the 15-year-old prank- City 22 MPG Hwy 30 MPG

handicap ; ) the tournament:, .gter. Search of the buildings
Murray 140; ; Denmark for the buffet revealed no bombs and the .
-, ... 1 6)) Wally tent, ladies asso-l. juvenile was turned over to
t Harrington, which fixed the foodJj' the Division of Youth Services. -

c Bach 143; 9),)Ed of the club who served!.r".' 18 Years of Something Special
; dinners to players and ------------
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'ItVi'$ ney after the tournament;!j;
.,.;.1'JI)$ Darby, Don () starter; Grow/ U you wouldn't write it and Quality & Service
J!ltI Arnette, and sign it, don't say it.
\ tournament chai.y;
t ; -"<<" L.- L L and scorekeepers Jim-: _Quoted by Earl Wilson, r We Service What We Sell

;:. t ".. AM-AM and Don Wainwright.: Publishers-Hall Syndicate.
held in "

I IUIS Lady Netters Go To District and Strawberry the -

Top-srrded Jennifer Jockel. leans heavily on this forehand. Bradford
which ,,1111t'ad the Bradford High ladies tennis team in district of
tournament competition next Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 1))2 Bob Man oe the\ rising cost

:Store than 10 schools will compete In the tennis rally held at 64; 2)) .
Westside Park In Gainesville. Tuesday's match with OrangeI'ark McLeod 67; )
was rained out and Mill not be rescheduled. John )

Misfits, Brooker Post Wins Graffe 1))4 Bob Man- eleCtriCity compare

I In Men's Softball Openers George Zebroskl Dick 60; with other costS?

line. Bob ; ) rising
The :Misfits and Brooker got Gators, according to the Adams, ,
,r/i off. f to good starts in the !Men's( Starke Recreation Department Clyde Mini"i .' .
66 4)) Dr .
(Open Slo. -Pitch League with ;
wins over Lawtey and the The Misfits gave Lawtey a Ray )
"fit" stopped the 66.
as they
North 301 team 123. The Mis .i.' f ?iC3MYCgsT! ;

July 4 Tennis fits had two big innings as 2 Man INCREASES 1965-1975
they scored five in the second 1)) Herb <
inning and six runs in the Nichols 56;
Set '"
Tourney seventh to tally 11 of their 12 Jim ; ) ,"qt1t' In the ten inflation has
,, past years
:t" i
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scored all three .. ., -
runs. Lawtey Harrington ; \n : 'itt, ; '
r -: -: caused the price of practically everything to
In runs in the third inning. 4) Jim #::
KeystoneA The winners rapped out 12 59; 5)) Tom Tf *" ",,,,v',.' 'I" ,, ,.>\ zoom upwards just take a look at the

tennis tournament will be base hits to seven for Lawtey.Don Yanossy 59; ) -, ." ,.e'., '''' ,, ",.," chart on the left.
Bagwell, Don Wheelerand court Ed included to this year's Our all have 87%
Randall Thomas pacedthe Today we to dig deeperinto
event with the
Country Day fi 500%
finals set for the July 4th Misfits with two hits each. 4:\ our pockets for food and 76%;( deeperfor

Vitt'kend. Steve Cubbedge led Lawtey 1)) Jim '" &. '' housing. The cost of living, in general,
Registration deadline for with two hits.Brooker son F.E. tit;; ?, .1>
t has jumped 69%.
entries has been set for April also got off on the van; 2)) ,;' "
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23: in order to schedule right foot as they stopped Phil '''' '' \ Our costs at FPL have jumped, too.
"Cross-The-Creek-Gators," Herb ; ) : t of wooden the of
playoffs. >,"J.,,'/<, The price poles, price
15-6 behind the hitting of five willegar, l
boon Playoffs set for have May 1,tentatively dependingon players with two hits each, ,,"._ v <;:. "'. .,.sW copper wire, the price of trucks in fact,

number of entries and Vallenga, Tetstone. Allen, ...O-.:.",' <' '"4l'- "" as we said, the price of practically
Sanford. and Sellers. Lamar 7"t> ,
semi-finals set for
Saturday is
'' > < up.
Sanford's two hits includedthe -i; '' \::
and Sunday to be June played 26-27.Saturday Finalsare first home run of the new )!f..t&,... \ f'I '. The biggest increase of all is the
Brooker collected 14 !\ astronomical 500 fuel oil
July 3 from 9 a m. 12 and season. .<:: I % increase in
from 1 1:30: p.m. to 5:30: p.m. hits.The .x. costs. A result of the internationaloil
Tentative divisions Gators didn't do bad for .,.,
scheduled which again their first game in the City v':,. ,) w" ',;'.:f..:::;s sY. crisis.
FRI. ,, '
depends on the number of League as they got 10 hits with '- 't ."... .. ", .''" These severe cost increases have

entries are Juniors, 14 yrs. with Frank three Hill hits leading including the way an The ,, ., ;.a.-,.:k- ...-... ." '" Y..:::: necessitated two general rate increasesin

and)rs. under to 18;; and Intermediates Adults, 19.26 15, inside-the-park home run. Moments ,. ".:;.. ># ; ,.7.' .,t.;* ( 1971 and 1975)), the only two in FPL's
} : ;
27-36. and 3744.Registration Brooker sort of broke their "It's .11' : 'If ."... 50 year history.As .
fee has been back in the first inning with > ?- ,
., 'r .-. much as we regret the need for any
set at $:> for adults and $2 for eight big runs. ,.
18 years and under. One fee ",?,,qa, ,1 i::: ../, .. increases, we are gratified that the cost of
entitles entrants to enter one Schedule Susan ...3.. 'l, ',.". "fL'a electricity including [the fuel adjustment
or more divisions. Wed.April?: 7:30.: Badcockvs. ''I'- charge has risen less than the cost of living
Divisions will include men Gators; 8:45: Brooker vs. '>:"Mo-t 'f... 1 ';
and women singles, doubles Misfits. ( ( \ < over the past ten years.
and mixed.: :Sloe. April 12: 7:30: Bad- ;:;: ::. : < FPL, by the way, doesn't keep a cent of

Registration forms may be cock. Misfits.To vs. Brooker. ; 8:45: Gatorvs. \ '/''!'' 3' ; ,." ; 3 the fuel adjustment charge. It all goes
picked up and turned in at the l >' ;?
City Hall. Durbin Realty and :, 1 towards paying the extra cost of fuel.

the Standard Station on the .w ;};?; One reason we've been able to keep
r. "
corner of SIMOO and 21. be born a gentleman Is ,. !""'..I, ;' ,'y.?. costs from going higher is nuclear
For more information an accident; to die one, an c > '
'ltf./'ii It's the economicalsource
contact tennis tournament achievement. '> generated power. most
chairman Martha Durbin at Quoted by Bob Goddard and CARL [ ]] ., ." :.; .. \ : of energy available to us today. Last

473-3363. In St. Louis Globt-Dtmocrat "'"<,", 4 .> .:. ,''"\\I' year alone, it saved our customers over
,jvJ !' $161 million in fuel oil costs.

MANSIZECONOMR .' ,."' And to hold costs down even morewe're

4 ". )y. building additional nuclear
.' r power
,> .
day's work ; ',>.: plants.As.
for a good ;:1 .;
..' '* a matter of fact, at FPL we're doing
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everything we can to help keep costs
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THE .,i : down.
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\?, But you can help, too. Because the

1 .r: average homeowner has doubled the use of
; '," electricity in the past ten years. There are
."t.". :: /' :.'
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..t. AMINMJLBl 'l 96 Sun comfort. Pick free of Watt
g.r WhMl I 6996 up a copy our
.All-Ctir Bl9g.r-Tough.Drtv Higher Clearance. Xavlera s6% Watchers Guide at any FPL office for ways.

..3 12 Polnl In.Bottom Hitch Plow 4 Cultivator or S ft. Mower ':51' .':'! ,; to control your electricity costs throughwise

.Dl.c Harrow Bedder* -". usage.
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Pane TELEGRAPH t\pril8,1978

I Milton Baker High Jumps 6'7" To Set New Bradford RecordMilton PKY Netters

.,.. .,... ,.,,. -..... .,. ... .., .. ... Edge 4-3
Baker set a new lOG Yard" Darn' I II) Danny I lu> 10.1, 1)Wain ) : r. "'" 110 tntarmadlata Hurdle II) Cook
Bradford High School recordin STATISTICS On); 21 Richard Lainlay ID. II! ..,. (Bu),! 1)) T.rlarnlHr (Bui, 1) David'
D.lloy (Sri)
120 HurdlMi 1)) Coon (Clul) 110 Raliyi 1) much liMi: 2N LLN .
the high jump witha Yard Hill ',
winning UC GirlsLAKE
l->l II T.r.rtlll.r (lull. I) Hill' aI). ) i By
leap of 6.7 as the Tornadoeslost Mil. Rum, II rowan <8ul> IO:1J: ; 21' MS.rfO Yard D..l.! Hill, llu /y:1:: 1) 1 110 Yard Runt 1)) HIM' (Bu> JU:: ; It
a dual meet to the Buch- John L.wit l ri), Jl Kirk MuntliwarICrli David' Cirtar IBrli I) Franklin ISIS > I PranklaCrawXBrlj. ( 1)) Harold Watan
1 IBr
holz Bobcats 93.39 at the BHS 41 Martin (III). (Sri.Hemme's I 1 1I, BUTLER In a close
track Thursday April 1. Sprint Medley Ralayi II IHS and exciting match P.K.
1 ,
Ill Richard Mllnar Dwayn Clark
Yonge defeated Union County
Laihlay Marvin Tyson 2:12.9: ;
Baker also won the long 4-Hitter r 1 rI 2)) Buchltoli. high Girl's tennis team 4-3
jump w ith a leap of 22'';" He yk' with the outcome not decided
was the only Tornado track- 220 Yard Dash 11) Wattt ,8.,12) 0,21) until the final doubles meet.
events. Danny(Suit. 1)) TI.I..wlGn 1 IBu and Kll.
ster to win two Patrick' (Bui.' Summary The Tornado sprint medley M" Boosts UC Nine Lisa Mooneyham ( Ul I
2 Mill Rum II Powell (IS) 10:11: 21)
relay team of Richard Milner. :/ Martin (But 3; Kirk Hunilngar (Br). defeated Candice Crevasse P
Dwayne Clark, Richard Lash- ALACHUA Bill Hemme The UHS Tigers pushedover 84.
ley and Marvin Tyson was eB1rkMf21 hurled a 4-hitter and fanned 10 four runs in the top of the I 1 Milo Rtlayi, 11) Buchholi 1:13/1): ) BHS. Hobin Ramsey ((1') defeated
also a winner with a time of outpitch Tom Bartholomewas fourth, all the cushion Hemme DISCUS, 11) Bobby Smith ((8.1 117.."' Marian Walmsley (IVI> 80.
2I2 5. Union High baseballers needed He held Santa Fe \ 2) Keith Cartar (Br); II) Oalnay ('Bul). Nan Walker (U) defeated
eased 4-1 by the Santa Fe scoreless after the first Inn- Theresa McKay (p> 82.
Long Jump II) Milton BaNar (Sri
Hasty Greene Raiders, defending Class 2A ing.Tim J 22'"',", 2) Cromwell (Bull, ]) D. Hill Phoebe Brookbank P
..maYF state baseball champions, Whitehead led off witha 1 (Bul.) defeated Sylvia Acosta (U) 8-
here Friday, April 2. double down the left field 2.
Shot Put: 11 I Porchar 'Bul) 42'1", 2)
line; the ball bounced over the \Davis (Pi I defeated
SoftbnllersWinTourney Hemme issued only two Bower (SUN), II Dwayna Clark (Brl.) Diane
walks and hit two batters in fence for a ground rule double. .r Diane Johnson( UI I 18.3.
posting his eleventh win of the Danny Hazen's following\ J\Ine>ham-\Valker (III) ) defeated
loss. double scored Whitehead to tie Kirk Hunslnger clear eight feet in the pole vault competition Hiah Jump: I 1)) Milton Bakar .(Brit) 2) Crevasse-BrookbankI
season against one D. Hill 'SUN); 21) MIIMnoll/ (ISO)
Bartholomew, undefeated a the game 1-1. last Thursday. Munsinger followed the jump with a two-mile (el'l 1 86.Hamsev.lcKav. -
Harold Esford singled next run. : ( Pi)
year ago in leading the Polo Vault: 11) Cllllord (Bui) ,'.", 2))
Hasty Greene of Starke and went to second the Walmsley-Acosta
Raiders to the state championship as Hansen (Bui), 21 MIcKilt (Uu). defeated
pushed over three runs in the lost his sixth game Santa Fe throw held Hazen at ( Ui) 8.1.This .
top ("if the seventh inning to win.Grace third. Hazen and Esford was the final regular
capture the (jainl'svilleIer.: ,:, against one scored on a bloop single to left Tornado Baseball Team The Tornadoes do not have a match for the Tiger girls
chants Invitational slow pitch center by David (Boog) track meet until Friday, April netters. They finished with a
solthiill tournament, from the Hope Powell.A 23, when they travel to record of :3-6.
LI'l.-!>burg :Merchants: to take wild throw later in the Faces Six Crucial GamesTornado Palatka to participate in the Both the boys! and girls team
an exciting 8-7 \\ in. Sunday. inning with Tigers on second district meet. Those participating will participate in the district
\pril 4 Churches Post and third scored the final run in the district meet at tournament in Gainesville
'...r i for the 4-1 UHS win. baseballers are in finale is scheduled in Starke Palatka South include the Thursday. April 13. Friday.
Hasty Greene came through % The Raiders drew first the midst of a busy scheduleas Friday, April 16, at 7:30: p.m. Braves, Tornadoes, Palatka April 1 16.< und Saturday. April
(the tournament without a loss Softball WinsGrace blood in the bottom of the first they try to make up two against Eastside. Central, Buchholz, Eastside
of a game, while Leesburg .RW fl-Wi, when Mike Balls led off with a rained out games while main- BUS baseballers are 6.5 for Ocala Forest, Ocala Van- 17.The boys match with Oak
fame out of the losers bracket BB 4 "".d Baptist squeezed 15- long double off the glove of taining their regular schedule the season. guard, North Marion St. Hall !scheduled( Thursday,
In advance to the championship for a total of six games in the "These next six games will Leesbur and
start center fielder Augustine, ,
Kirk Huntlnger 13 by Hope Baptist and First Jimmy Mobley week.Wednesday, April I IHIS cancelled.according
game strong but wanes to take third Baptist trounced Madison who almost made a sensa- coming really tell the story, says Clay High. Preliminaryevents to Coach Frank

Andy lliirmon led the local place in the two-mile run vtllh Street Baptist 25.5 in opening tional running catch. Buddy BUS nine was, to April meet 7,Buch-the Coach Everett. around The district will start at 3 p.m.. Yunossy because of the
play-offs begin April
the Woman's Bernado's follow\ single finals at 6 p.m.
h'lmith two hits in two a lime of 4:52.Recreation games by up holz in Gainesville to make upa 20. spring
times ul bag|! and Wesley Sheffield Church League Softball spon- then scored Baits for a short. game rained out last Saturday -
sored the Starke Recreation lived 1.0 Santa Fe lead.
with homerun
chipped in a Class Jeffry Jockel was scheduled -
UHS was 16.3 after the win.
Pitcher Danny :McKinney to start what was
limited Leeslmrg to nine hits Tennis TourneySet The (first game was a Santa Fe was 5-11. termed a crucial game for the
,and didn't give up any home thriller all the way as Grace A Tuesday game in Williston Tornadoes and Jockel."If .
run"1.l'l'sbul'g Friday Sat. Baptist won 15.13 with the was rained out, but the
sult'ered its first time limit stopping the game. Tigers were to make the trip we can beat Buchholz,
tennis } outhit Grace Baptist 11 we'll be in fine shape for the
defeat the double elimm.it An invitational} Hope Wednesday for the resche- Ml,.
I in "
inn tournament when Hasty tournament for participants of to 8. but committed 14 errorsto duled game. The Tiger nine district, said Coach Ron 7)ktt
Greene knocked them oil 8-3.; classes held over the past two Grace's 11. Both teams returns home Friday, April 9, Everett Buchholz was 13.3
Mii-lla-Id hit a home run and years is set this Friday and were hitting the ball hard, for a 7:30: p.m game with going into the contest
'1'1'1'1'Ilill'dt'l' collected two Saturday by the Starke accounting for the high scor Newberry ; Saturday, April 10, "We've got our work cut out
hits m three times at bat. Recreation\ Department ing.Debbie the team plays Chienand at for us and Jockel has his work
The courts at Pratt Street Jones led Grace 1 1:30: p.m. in Lake Butler. cut out for him," Coach
llast.v Greene will host aIlIurn.lim'nl will be closed Friday night Baptist with two hits. L. Pick- Next Tuesday April 13, Everett said Wednesday priorto
in Starke. Friday.pril and Saturday morning so the ren had three hits for Hope Tiger baseballers host Haw- the game.

\ !9. Saturday April 1 to.) tournament may be plajed. Baptist. thorne at 7:30: p m. Friday, Tonight (Thursday April 81
nut Sumkiv. April II The :\I..tchesill. get under way The second game was a run- April 16, they travel to P.K. the Tornado nine travels to
IlIul'n.II111'nlilllt'alure some Friday. at 6:30: pm. with a away as First Baptist bangedout Yonge for a 4 p.m. game. Palatka for a 7:30: game with
Ml I the stale's slow- round!-robnn schedule. 19 hits and Madison Street
strongest! Saturday. April 17, the Tigers Palatka South which was
( Warren ,\l.tionill resume at 9 a.m. Baptist committed 13 errors to t
plll'lll'al1IIIdudm\ travel to Keystone High for a 2 rained out Tuesday night.
"...1111'-. Jacksonville' and Saturday to finish up the ease First Baptist to a 25.5 p.m. game. Tomorrow (Friday April 9i)
.U-rrv s ( ',llt'I'lng.llaml: tournament ith doubles. win. BUS will host the Interlachennine '
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at 7:30: p.m. on Bradford I
I Field. 4j '

Next Tuesday April 13 the reM ,
BUS nine travels to Santa Fe to. .
Next Thursday. April 15, at i ) r' /:, r

1:15: p.m. the Tornado base- .. ..'
ballers will play Green Cove ::: .:, ,,:'t. ."
In front of the Bradford High 1 \I '.. ,. \.
_.student body. The season ,, .... ; ., !:: .. '' ::

i"), un v1. n a00&000OOO Cindy Griffith, right,keeps close to her St. Joseph Academy opponent Liz Daniels, In the I III .

2J If you ask enough people, hurdles or the three-way track meet last Friday afternoon. Daniels look I the ItllS hurdler t h.> ,
you can usually find some- less than two seconds toassure! a first place in the event.

one who'll advise you to do
what you were going to do BHS Girls Run Here Today II

B anyway.-Weston Smith, quoted in Bradford High track girls Hawthorne High and Keystone April\ 81. -at .t\ .Ml on the 15IIS
Funny Funny World enter a three-way meet with High today iThuusday.II field. II

--. :Next: I Tuesday, !the girls will
test their skills against
Gainesville ItuchhoU on the
Bradford High field beginningat

-:-' : :: =' :.: :- .. -r oW\, EASTER SA ili1GSr .:3' :3D'The) girls really need to run
The / Freeze" the of ;
"E/g winter/ ovirrzZJ against! 1 some of 'the bigger!
----- \ r .ch'Klls. Only tht'n111 we

J 894-95 killed thousands of :::: :: know how strong we are."
orange ) 03. / yo0u ..., said ('oildll'lba: Howard of
the meet girls
trees In Starke and Bradford County :- ,-= ==, I( ..,..,.", 1 j I now upcoming stand 4 0 for the l)7t!)
n-:1.f' \ track seasonClosing

and destroyed the citrus Industry \j 4J
.J" 1-1/ ..
'-If DatesAnnounced

this area. There were 6,000 orange '" u,) ,- 1 I I i''i rt

trees within the cltry limits of Starke /J 1.() For

Camp handing
in 1884-85.
..- I
J11h LAKE CITY The Camp
11111via Check
''I ...' Blanding Fish ManagementArea
will be closed on certain
After the freeze, growers turned Out -- -- dates this summer as a resultof

This SiB 51 99 conducted military on exercises the Camp being I,:
more to strawberries and Sea '
---.... Blanding National Guard I
24H7D 4 Sr. 2 facility Major Larry :Martin,
Island/ cotton for their money crops "furnished, Set Up & Delivered !Northeast Region :Managerfor

This //s A FHA House With Fire Retardant PanelingAs the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission, said var
but the boll weevil ruined the cotton
ious units of the National
e aevoc It Shown On Television Guard will be firing live
Industry about 1916. q- ammunition on air defense
iJ __. ._ artillery and mortar firing
SkylinerIQxSO '
a" n 10x50 ranges.
; ,., Closed dates are: April 24
thru :May 8; May 22 thru June
r9je ''' GoodCondition 5: June 6 thru June 19; June 20
-1P4' ? 1. thru July 3; July 9 thru July
ia {::1 TfncnJ: a You'll never get "frozen out" if you invest 2 Br.UsedEx. 25; August 7 thru August 21.
Lakes affected
by the closing

regulary Savings Certificates at Guaranty FederalIf Cond.25OO. are Blue Pond. Perch
USED Pond, Lowery and Magnolia

You Purchase a Certificate of 1,000 for 6-10 Years You Earn an Annual Park Lakes.will Magnolia remain open Lake during State

Rate of 7.75 % with an Annual Yield of 8.06 % S1995 the Martin military urged exercises.the cooperationof Major

fishermen in the interest of
(One of a series of messages sponsored by Guaranty Federal in the interest of our Bicentennial their own safety and to insure

observance. We invite your ideas and comments and would appreciate the use of your old 2REPOSWITH of the the future Camp availability Blanding facility.and use

As Our Country Celebrates ONLY 5% DownLook Chieflam( Edges43ByJIISGirU

200 Years of Freedom
For The Champion Mobile Home Advertised on Television LAKE BUTLER The Unions( .i
County Girls tennis team lost h
Guaranty Federal Celebrates Then Come See The Homes At a close match to the Chiefland
Indians 4-3 Wednesday I

20 Years Of ServiceGuaranty Open Sunday March Winning 24, here.matches for the

AfternoonOlin'sH Mobile Tiger girls were Nan Walker
Qr- and Sylvia Acosta in the PF
Gainesville: singles and the doubles team

3300SW Archer Road ;. ; t t N 00. of Marion Walmsley and

220 N. Main /3501 W University Ave. r" 100 Donna Crawford.
_. Homes
They now have a record of 3-
Federal I Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd & Sylvan Way E5I1C 7 on the season.

Next match for the Tiger
Starke: 395 W Madison Street -- -- -

Savings & Loan Association Lake Butler 175 W. Main Street ---.- FHA A Available/ On New Homes girls, April tennis S,team with will P.K.be Yonge Monday -

'\ere. This will be the final

H match of the regular season. ..

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Hampton area residents are
c't TOOTHPASTE still discussing their enjoyabletime
at the Bradford County
f a Fair. Among those receiving
t E awards for products displayedwere
k.r Lynn and Doll Water,
Debbie and Darla Roberts,
ssgi */ Lori Stone,Jim Joyner Peggy

/ i Crawford and Dolly Murner
I I s Those who displayed steers at
e tS I LIMIT F9WITH the Fair were; Tommy
COUPON Baldree, Jimmy Hawkins,
V 410778 Mark and Gene Joyner Mrs.
Joan Mowry was proud of the

] awards her 411 students won in
sewing: Lori Stone had four
awards. Donna Mowry
SELF PROPELLED REV10N received four ribbons, and
::0 Mrs. Mowry came away with
22 INCH 3.5 H.P. l i LADIES-DISPOSABLE six blue, two red, and two

see POWER MOWER JERGENS DAISY RAZOR HEX white ribbons. Charalene
Rodriguez won four ribbons on
BATH SIZE { 2 RAZORS IN EACH PAK the items she entered.
0 ,, W BAlSAM & PROTEIN The community was
I, < saddened to learn of the tragic
1 091'L C tfletfFLEET'S EJ I
death of eight-year-old) Carol
23--LIMITTWO ':.''J'| I Paladino at Donalsonville,
I GRASS RE0.999 FLEX 4 OZ Ga. Sympathy is extended to

CATCHER 7.88 1 y d4CSa"/ Trial the parents Mr. and Mrs ,
2 S 4 fRo. Thomas Paladino, former I
/ FOR I Size residents of Hampton, and to
POWERED 511'MPo0' 9 other relatives and friends of
ENEMA'H'- Carol.
LAWN EDGER 3 TYPES The Hampton Area
Volunteer Fire Department is
2 H P. 4 CYCLE BRIGGS & 4Vi OZ. REGULAR J LIMIT ONE preparing for the fish and

STRATTON ENGINE NOXZEMA chicken dinner to be held
33 Br Saturday, April 10, at 7 p.m.
REG LIMIT Tickets for the pony to be
10997 88"uiiim given away that evening may
be obtained from Bruno's
10 OZ. MEDICATEDAND NATIVE TAN store or from members of the
GREASELESS Fire Dept. Community
FINESSEFOLDING support is necessary to keep

UTILITY ? NpXiEMp \ SUNTAN LOTION this important. organization in i
J REG. operation.The
1V2 GALLON 1.87 +' FORTIFIED WITH VITAMIN r Annual Homecoming of
a nativ
COMPRESSED AIR SYRINGE < Hampton Baptist Church was
held on the church grounds
ms. SPRAYER GREAT FORTRAVEL 139 tan Sunday. April 4. with visitors
8 OZ attending from the area and
SEAM.WELDED STEEL LIMIT ONE out of town places including
EASY FILL' FUNNEL TOP Jacksonville's Bible
rf Trinity
3 9
B. Do free
6016 >"M
MODEL mOZ. LIMIT Mrs Sheppard
14.88 URAINBIRD INTENSIVE CARE VIT AMIN-E ONE chairman of the Hampton
Vaseline Recreation Dept, is still
..?N BABY POWDER CAPSULES accepting monetary donationsand
225 From DL Alpha Tocophiryl Acttitt. live ornamental plants
2402.-LIMIT ONE ,
M.nydff..ntPot.ncnndsizOl. and shrubbery to be used in
IMPULSE REO PRICE SALE + the beautification of the
e 1OO 1 229 $158 R ; recreational grounds at the

SPRINKLER LOW 99 35 184 00 LIMITONE west end of town of SR 18. Bill
PRICE I I u. 200.i. : Trinks recently completed
FULL OR PART CIRCLE ioo00I I O SO r ss 98Asa: TUMS construction of a fireplace and
DISTANCE CONTROL DIAL grill and it is hoped this area

REG. 1 A 8 8 MEN'S ft LADIES'TATAMIS will be used for many
community funtions in the
I If
12.88 B01T1E near future.
BIG of
WENT FILLED FILLED Congratulations to lovely
EASTER 'ITH STRAW SOLES. first runner-up in the recent
VINYLRUBBERHOSE REGULAR Strawberry Queen contest.
BASKETS 137l Lisa is the daughter of Mr.
REG. ASSORTEDFLAVORS and Mrs. Freeman Register,
= = 4 1.99 Jr.
COILS EASILY : l l _I ; Mary Ann Parmenter, .,I
663Q + 99 WONDERLON f, Kenny Clark,.and Mrs. Frank
r 1l
YI Clark were among those

REG.6 II TO 4.99 PANTY HOSE creations receiving at awards the Fair.for Barbara their

#200 REG, 99' Godwin of Starke won the
lovely plant given by Dolly
j. Simpson from Nancy's
3 FT. SECTION ; ,. LIMIT Flowers at the St. Edward's
KEYSTONE 101 POCKET 59C ONE DESITIN Fair booth. Chris Meng was
ALL PLASTIC CLASSIC PEG the lucky winner of the
1699REG. CAMERA beautiful rubber plant from
#J.11 Terry Reedy
OUTFIT NON-RUST PLASTIC Fishing has not been too
6b ;' MACICUBE. FILM However, Tommy Meng and
99- Fe >r EXTENDER. STRAP, James Contois each enjoyed
l catching two nice bass at a

U : 1411 WITH TRAY BASE / 1 0 oz. weekend friends.SCHOOL campout with

IGLOO PLAYMATE REG i 66 /DESITINJJ 7' The Hampton Elementary
2.10 REG School Advisory Board met at
COOLER the school last Tuesday
1.34NEW evening. Principal Tom Casey
COMPACT T AND AUTO outlined plans and gave
1 5 QUART KEYSTONE for making
RED ft WHITE suggestions
WIZARD XFIOOO AIR FRESHENER ultimate use of personnel

REG. 1 0.1 INSTANT PICTURECAMERA SWEETENS AND FRESHENS present equipment by facilities filling classes and to
12.88 B COOKS Jim Temple and !Mrs Cissy
USES POLAROID JUST IN Santangini made an on-site
SX 70 FILM! REG. 1.19 69 L LITTLE MINUTES visit to the school on March 29
with the Title I
in connection
17 n. AsSTD. COLORS a 6 ai -_ reading program We
COOKS understand this team was
< r STEAKS, GRIMED HOT DOGS. MINUTE very pleased with the
Second and Third Gradersin
FURNITUREAPPBOX r ZEBCO 202SPINCAST class Mrs.have Ernestine just completed Denmark's a

8 unit on parties. They learned
r9 REG.28e CERTRON 90 MIN. OUTFIT 8 about necessary informationon
invitations and made
CASSETTETAPES WITH E.202 ONE PIECE HI- invitations for friends. A
DENSITY FIBERGLASS ROD. "Springtime" theme was
ALL-PURPOSE COMPLETE WITH MONO LINE. 411 chosen and committees made
9FT. X REG S 98 REG, favors room decorations and
12 FT PLASTIC 19,99II refreshments. During party
hours games were played and
DROP CLOTH 99 PEST CONTROL refreshments served. The
II 3 PACK 1 _ll FREE USE OF PROFESSIONAL cleanup committee
II' COVER FURNITURE PAINTING ETC REG 3.99 SPRAYER. GA straightened up the room
This class
b SPEED after the party.
BUG CHEK SAFETY GRILLS enjoyed a two day visit with
QUIET Candace Saxon, daughter of
REG.1ge .w? BYBABCO 1( MODEL MOTOR 3708 20" FAN Mr.Melbourne and Mrs.Fla.B.Y, Saxon II, of

MODEL 707REG RIVAL : Mrs Carole Shields
accompanied her sixth

AN! OPENER< graders Jan Kimberly and
rG James Curtis, top spellers in
Film _
AND ECKERD'S I their class to Starke on
60Z. I Get an eitra let of l s Monday to participate in the
JUICER FAMOUS printsts with ....ry roll TvTsTis 8 County Spelling Bee. The
COOKIES d! 9 IQtrt J58 class was happy that James
of color
ASSORTED FLAVORS CLICK 'N CLEAN ACTION PHOTO I OFFERTWICE and whit. film or ?% l came out in third place In his

,41 CRS d.v.lop.d and group. Silk's Kindergarten
REG. 1999OPEN . Mrs.
69 .blaCk TODAY class is happy to have Susan
'FOR EVERYDAY Scoggins of Starke with them
3/100 doing her internship from the
University of Florida.

DAILY 9-9. '
PRICES I GOOD ONE FULL, WEEKI! Thurs., April 8 thru Wed. April 14 SUNDAY 10-7 your When developed you pick film up RABIES CLINIC
and print, buy two Distemper shots for cats
;1r;, Gl.filmfi1m. roll. of Kadacolor or and dogs will be available in
L:,,)QOPL: !. L!. Cf L.IWWj.l .black and whit.film I town at a rabies clinic spon-
i for the regular, pric. sored by the Bradford Health
THE FILM of alt...TODAY Department on Saturday,
831 SOUTH WALNUT ST. STARKE AND EVERYDAY April 10, from 9 till 10:30: a.m.
I 1 A nominal fee will be charged
for the service. For more



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Countlgonts By } "

Notebook'. BobbyToy 5 t ,
\ .

I lor J JThe / ,

iioaaaaa 'fJj.
Bradford County'Fair
especially in the
was as good as ever. I pepper
Brooker area, this year. Most
believe had
we more people
involved in more areas of the .crops are up and growing
Fair this year than ever nicely now and production
look We need
I I II Ii before.j These folks, too prospects good. c
another good marketing year +
numerous to mention, made
for our vegetable growers to 4
i all departments and activities make this expansion del' _
successful in telling a story
j jI and getting response and profitable.So .

participation by exhibitors. far, our strawberry crop
1 and season has been the bestin
I I I I j I Our agricultural and a number of years.The crop

livestock activities were the is a little late even though
best ever. We had a good there has been harvest activityfor '\
breed show on Wednesday several weeks. Peak

night, some fine hogs in the production should come in two ,.i J

I swine show on Thursday to three weeks on most fields ;',: ,
night, and our best-ever steer aa 'f"
.' r
show Friday night. I'm sure I have spent a good bit of : ."i

the averages of the steer sale time observing strawberryfields
Saturday will the to determine the resultsof
Band Stand surpass
The ParkIs
for average last year when all severalsituations that are a
figures are totaled. little bit different this year. Queen And Court
Looks like the late setting

Goal of Three Clubs Would you believe that (November) and cold winter 1975 Strawberry Queen Debra Jordon. left, crowns the new queen Margaret Ann Norman,
plans for the 1977 Fair are (over 30 nights of freezing concluding! a pageant of 15 contenders. Above Miss Jordon is the first runner-
already under way? The dates weather) was not bad for up Lisa Mitchell and to :Miss Norman's right Is Miss Congeniality ami second runner-up. Laura

AX:; EDITOR1.1LMemories : are being set, and some strawberries. We will know Kay Thomas.
committees and departments for sure when harvest is over

: of when the this project, with co-chairmen Weare told to "never are meeting to evaluate the whether this will affect total

"Victor Cornet Band" played Becky Jones of the Junior underestimate the power of a 1976 Fair and plan for production Hospital Board BriefedOn r-

concerts in the city park on Club, and Pam Tucker of the woman," and when three improvements next year. This I have also tried to watch
is what it takes to make
Church Street recalled Little Women. such our
are by active groups, as are the new Florida Belle '
this sketch, designed by Joe Donations of materials will sponsoring this project, get t' fair outstanding one in of the the state.most strawberry and compare it Financial Status J ,t
Kauffman of the Vo-Tech their heads and energies
with the Sequoia variety. We
be sought for use in
Center for a band stand construction of the bandstand together in a common goal ware With the Fair over, its timeto only have two growers with Administrator R.D.
similar to the one that more than apt to see that clerk as she will no longer be
back to talking about the Florida Belle and it is
,and volunteer labor will get Edmondson briefed the Brad-
centered the park in the lateI8i0's. goal accomplished. Hopefully,, able to assist in that depart
also be sought to erect the ; vegetables, strawberries, responding differently on each ford County Hospital Board of ment.
this one will be accomplished 1 lawns and farm. It's too early to tell for
stand and paint it. garden s. ; Trustees Thursday, March 18
in time for the July 4
i whether it will become
Now as a Bicentennial sure that the hospital had a total of The trustees are scheduledto
of the nation'sBicentennial.
project the Junior Woman's The project starts off with a 1 Looks like we will again THE commercial variety for 69030.24 in the bank at the meet April 15, at 7 p.m.
Club Senior Woman's Club "nest egg" of $350 from have a lot of folks with us, but I think it does have a time of the board meeting.
unused beautification funds gardens this year. Some place in our area.
and Little Women's Club have The project can be
He said that the
undertaken a joint project to donated by the SeniorWoman's accomplished only with the gardens beyond food have production expanded for This year, the Florida Belle showed a profit of $12.484 hospital: in Cancer Crusade
build a bandstand to once Club to the Bradford wholehearted cooperation of has set a lot of fruit on each which added to
February ,
home and there will be
more ((race the park and beho County Bicentennial the community, and it is use for farmers retail plant. I have counted up to 100 $46,772 already earned this Set In AprilMrs.
produce our
lor outdoor Committee. Iii
center .
( hoped that those who are berries on a plant. It seems fiscal the bank
market U-Pick-It year
entertainments and concertsin Other offers of help have called upon to contribute or impossible to me that a the of Lucille Brad-
Bob Allen account to healthy sum Payne
operations our
the future already been made, includingone materials or to assist in other strawberry plant can "size"that $69,030.14. ford County ACS education
Farmers Market Manager,
from the local ways will respond in a manner much fruit. So far,
Ann /Hamilton of the Senior Bassmasters tells me he is calling a chairman, announced that the
to furnish
group befitting our Bicentennial however, most of the fruit Edmondson several months 1976 educational and fund-
Club is serving as chairman of paint needed i for the meeting soon to plan the
project. .
spirit.II and set harvested has been of good ago appraised the board thatit raising Crusade of the American -
operation an opening Terrel Green
date for the Farmers Retail size and quality.I may be short of funds and Cancer Society got under

Market this We'll through his arrangements in way Thursday, April I, on a
year. think the Florida Belle will December the
this when the hospital now hopeful note: "We want to VicePresidentAlabama
i. publicize plansare a good variety for gardensor receives Medicare
1 complete. U-Pick-It if paymentsfor wipe out cancer in your life
operations even patients earlier than! they "
it doesn't make it as a time. Firm
There is also an increase in normally would receive the
II[ commercial variety (I'll givea
funds which has
of helped "Great strides have been
acreage ,
final report on it when Terrel Green son of Mr. and
hospital the
cucumbers, beans, and over winter taken in the march against
harvest is over this Mrs. L.R. Green of
year. months which always are cancer," said Ms. Lillian Brooker,
t.AW'. has been hired to hl'adIac
; ''tl hard months to collect funds Stump Bradford County ACS ; -

for the hospital.The president, "but much remainsto Millan Bloedel's Wood Pro-
70 Presents 13 Awards
Troop Division located at Pine
be done When ACS volun-
hospital had an 84
percent Hill, Alabama, according to
during the 'rs go door-to-door in April,
: occupancy an announcement E.A.
Tuesday, March 30, Troop Other awards went to Kary month of February as compared hope everyone will respond Stafford, president.The by
70 of the boy scouts held a Padgett for home repairs, to82 percent in January with generous donations. It's
court of honor presenting 13 Kenny Stephens, fishing; Dirk which Edmondson attributedthe the only way we can conquer new vice-president who
l awards to deserving mem- Schmidt, citizenship in the difference to the two extra cancer," she said. assumed i his duties on March

bers. community and personal days in January. 15, is a graduate of the Uni-
management. First aid skill Truffic Light versity of Florida, receiving
New eagle scouts Chuck awards went to Jimmy Staton,
Edmondson said that he was both a BS and MS degree in
Register and John Cooper Larry Saucer, David Vickery, appointed as a member of the Being Installed Forest Management, with a
each received the bronze palm and Paul Hicks.
award. *.. North Central Florida Health minor in Business Adminis

An induction ceremony was Planning Council in Gaines Bradford SquareThe tration. C

The star award went to performed for Jerry Martin, ville to replace former Ad- 'Green brings a wide variety
Kevin Miller and Alan Mont- Ben Leziak, Jimmy Staton, ministrator George Canova on City of Starke has been of work experience to
". gomery. David Vickery and Paul that board. notified by the Lake City MacMillan Bloedel. lie begun
Hicks. office of the Department of f his career in 1964 at nearby
Reaching first class status Troop 70 has just receivedits The trustees granted Ed- Transportation that "stop and Brewton with the Container
was Dirk Schmidt, and Larry new charter for its 40th mondson permission to adver- go" signal lights will be Corporation of America,here
Saucer was a tenderfoot. year tise for bids on necessary pro- installed at the intersection of he worked in forest manage--

-... ducts for the hospital, includ- Edwards Road and U.S. 301 ment, procurement and land
ing insurance, linens fuel oil, just north of Bradford Square acquisition. From 1969-1974 he

oxygen, bakery items, eggs, shopping center. was employed by the Boise
:\U.Ofjicers Installed RY_ Ellis Lodge No. 1802 milk and drugs. The insurancewill Southern Company of

involve general liability The city made the requestfor DeKidder. Louisiana. During

George Dominianni ''left Other officers installed at directors were Titus Olson, fire, theft, and casualty. a traffic control signal at this period he worked in sev-
the Nealy .7F this point more than a year eral areas including .
of Keystone Ill'ights.as cen'munere. Rex Brown O.E Pearson, The procurement
Intallt'dInd.l: ( } night asKxalted :McConnell Leading Knight. and Maxie Carter Jr. 5 jtsn resolution trustees adopted a ago in view of the large ), plant expansion study
to allow number of
two of accidents
: Ruler of Elks! Lodge Don Itaw lings. Loyal Knight. three officers any involvingcars and design and was project
to sign checks entering or leaving the .
the installation of wood
So IHH2) Following manager a new
Installing officer products
Vernon :Nichols: Lecturing with the chairman
vice- shopping center by of 301.
the a spaghetti way complex which includeda
lion PaM t President J Knight. Walter J. Frick ceremony supper chairman and
Pierce Smith of Lodge 990.! > Secretary. Geroge Brown, was served buffet style to treasurer involved secretary-in this fin Concrete poles to supportthe 100,000IS': plywood plant.
members. their When the $10 million
Gainesville Treasurer. Robert Wolf. wives, ancial signal have already been complexwas
visiting Elks, and other step. erected and it is believed the completed, he was named
Domimanm who> served the Inner Guard; William guests. Live music was installation will be completedsoon. manager of the 400 employee
large! Exalted Ruler for the :\lc"lnleTiler.. Warren provided for dancing The board accepted the bid operation located at
past'ear wa re-elected to Winkler. Chaplain: and J.D. following the supper. of the Lanier Company DeQumcy Louisiana. For the
another term. Do le. Esquire: :Newly': elected amounting to $1,210 for a dictating Recycling Unit past two years he has servedas
machine plus a one
1 y k Vice President and General
year maintenance contract of ForAluminurnHere Manager of Southern Wood
4s $91. A bid from I.B.M. Products, Inc., also based in
Band Get
Top amounting! to $1,615 was in April DeQumcy.In .
vi, rejected.
wy addition to the plywood,
Rating In District ConcertJudges 12 Edmondson said that vet April's schedule for sawmill and particleboardplants
Foot Gator
Found eran employee Mrs. Cleo liar Reynolds mobile aluminum in Pine Hill, Green will

ley on April 1 will) work only recycling unit calls for four also be responsible for operation
of the District 3 rating, second highest at the Jimmy Lamb, seated. Gary Bakken and Steve Alvarez three days a week. He said he stops in Starke, where citizens of the Lee Timber Pro-
Concert Band Festival rated district contest.A found this 12-foot, I.OUO-pound alligator near SIM04) by has moved !Mrs. Hazel Greento continue to receive 1 15 cents a ducts sawmill located in Ope-
Bradford High School Band Crosby Lake. The reptile had been shot three times. work full time in the book pound for aluminum cans and lika.
superior in its concert performance concert is scheduled April keeping department. He indicated other clean household Terrell will be
Saturday. March 20. 9 at 8 p m. in Bradford High with the two ladies aluminum. wife, Linda, and moving his
School auditorium. The BUS working in the bookkeeping two
BUS band also received an band will perform musical department that they will be Certain other types of clean daughters, ages 11 and 9. to
excellent rating on its sight aluminum I items be after the current
arrangements rated superiorat / able to handle the work_load. may school
reading performance under the district contest and the we He said that most likely redeemed at a lower price.On year is completed.
the direction of Dean Cassells. BMS: band will play its Mrs. Green will need to be
This> is the eighth consecutive concert arrangements. replaced as an admittance every Tuesday from 9:30:
year the BUS band has to 11 a.m., the unit will
received a superior rating the purchase aluminum from the
highest given at the district March Rain March Building public in front of TG&Y Store,
conlest Bradford Square, US 301
Greg L. Bement Re loir Normal South ((837 So. Walnut Street).
The band will now go to Permits Record

NSales!' WinnerGreg state competition :May 6-7 in Starke's populace roundedup -
Ft Walton Beach.Commumty "A long dry spell" continued Construction continuesbrisk 190,877 aluminum cans last Some people believe that if
in Bradford County i in in Bradford County with month and were paid $1,244.85 find initials
L Bem nt. son of Mr support for the :March with an average rain 78 building permits issued by Reynolds for their you spider'i web your a
will be
and :Mrs. T.H. Bement, Jr of is fall of during March for you
two-day trip requested by only 2.4 inches, well a total of recycling efforts. lucky forever!
Starke has been named one of the Band Boosters. Many have below the 50-year average of ys. $502,650 the Bradford County

the national sales winners by already contributed far more 3.7 inches. Zoning Board was told Tues E *T-
the Kimball Piano and Organ than the $10 membership fee day night. V
Company of Jasper Indiana. and have solicited The little rain that fell wag I '
help from unevenly distributed over the! Zoning Director Have You Got TheqX.TIMEBLUES *
merchants. Anyone Games said this the II'
county with Louis Hill fire --
Bement made the presiden- wishing to join the band tower at Highland reporting, est number of permits L.M'I 1 ):
liar sales list working out of boosters in this effort may call 41 inches, while New River by his office in a single

the lIammond Organ Studiosof 9645289.Dottie Wilson at %;4.7605 or tower recorded 1.8, and Santa The half million 1
Gainesville Florida. He
will receive an all-expense Fe only 1.4.Twentyone. Art Show at Library permits for March included 30 ....::::::::::: ----

paid trip to Paris France durIng Bradford Middle School woods fires mobile homes $111.000; 13 """'= --= n
April. band were reported by the conventional homes $299,050;
received Forestry I
an excellent Service during the month, Two local artists Jean Darby and Joe Kauffman, prepare to 32 additions and other mis- '
hang exhibit In the Bradford County Library's Annual Art cellaneous, $69,700; one gro- .
Show which opened Monday and will continue through April 12. cery-vegetable store building, See Margie At M
\ORID BRADFORD More than 100 Items are on display Including oils, watercolor $12,300; one boat house :
ti CQ etchings,and some arts and crafts. The Art Show Is a feature of $IMJO: ; and one poultry house,
Q 4H rf -SINCE 1879- National Art Week, now being observed.The public 1 Is Invited to 9100. TOWN FINANCE

xcirvt p / / l / a p4 view the show Fees totaling $1,396 were
N "e"weO collected during the month J I 226 N. Temple 964-7449 W
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Published each I i N Thursday and entered as second Class Matter Publishers Transportation is the pre- buses, trains, airplanes, and r : > Have Your Refund Camln&To You W r-:
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SHERIFF'S SALE Harold Biddlx has made application I STATE OF NEW YORK, YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Thursday before publication., ,
Notice is hereby given that I I. I d
to the Bradford County I COUNTY OF (MONROE ::1
Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of I Zoning Board for reclassification I Minimum Charge2.00: ( '

Bradford County, Florida, under I of the property described below I SYLVESTER GRIFFIN, Plaintiff, First Christian (Covers 15 Words) t',
and by virtue of Writ of Execu- from MS (Industrial Dist.) to BP I against LEUGUENER JACKSON HOLY WEEK SERVICES Each word over 15

tion, to-wit: I (Business Professional) I GRIFFIN, Defendant. ChurchCall 10 cents '

Execution issued out of I ISO/ x 150' one mile South of April 12-16 i

County Court of Bradford I Starke East side of Hwy 301 in I Plaintiff designates Monroe St. at Christian All Classified Ads must be I

County, Florida, pursuant to a Section 5, Township 7 South, County as the place of trial. The DonD.Staton.Mln.Sunday paid for In advance unless you
Final Judgment for Southern I Range 22 East to remodel exist- basis of the venue is Plaintiff's Sponsored by : Sunday School have an established account I

Discount of Starke, Florida, and I ing building for a Funeral Home. I residence. IMJIM.l Bradford County Ministerial Alliance 9:45: a.m.; Communion andMorning with the Telegraph, in that :

against Larry and Jewell O'Neal, 1 This change in classification is In the Fellowship Hall of the Worship, 10:45 a.m.; event 50 cents extra charge I
defendants, in the amount of / subject to a public hearing to be 1 SUMMONS WITH NOTICE First United Methodist Church, Starke Youth Hour, 6 p.m.; Youth for billing. Not responsible fat ,

$1,568.44 together with costs of I held on Tuesday, April 27, 1976at Plaintiff resides at 21 Morgan ; ? Noon 12:50 Choir, 6:35: p.m; Evening errors when given over the

collection. 7:30: p.m.. in the County Street, Rochester. New York, ( .. ( rl16' p.m.Theme Worship 7 p.m.; Choir phone or when copy is not
Have seized and have In my Commission Room in the Brad County of Monroe. Practice, 7:45: a.m.Wednesday typed and brought to the of
possession the following ford County Courthouse. At this I II CO2Sunday : : Prayer lice,

described personal property to- I time all persons IntereSted shall ACTION FOR A Meeting, 8 p.m.

mt: be heard for or against the proposal DIVORCETo "THE LIVING LORD" .
1970 Ford Falcon I.D. No. I as specified in the Zoning 1 the above named Defendant ..Sunday School r- ..,

OA27L232971, Tag No. 46-2607. Code of Bradford County. LEUGUENER JACKSON 45a.m.: .; Morning Worship. 12
As the property of the above GRIFFIN. 11 a.m.; Church Council 5 ObituariesR.Calvin

named defendant and that on A R. Kiefer, Chairman You are hereby summoned to p.m.; Church Training, 6:15: "Our Savior""A

Monday\ the 19th day of April Bradford Co. Zoning Bd. / serve a notice of appearance, on p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: Savior, which Is Christ the lord." (tk. 2:11): )

1976. at twerve o'clock Noon onsad !;) 4-e the Plaintiff's Attorneys( ) within p.m. Speaker: The Rev. James R. Hall, Jr. Grace United JohnsThe
dev on the premiaes of the L ---------I 20 days after the service of this Monday-Girl's Ensemble, Methodist Church, Lawtey. EXTRA MONEY AT

Bradford County Jal I I vwM offer ( NOTICE I IMs. summons, exclusive of the day 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir 7 p.m. Scripture/ Peter Rev. Robert Calvin HOME: If you have a phone or

for sac and :tell l to trw honest Nan Moody has madeapplication / of service (or within 30 days Tuesday..Helen Masters 1:1-11. Johns, 73, of Starke, died are interested In calling on
bidder tar ;jnfi 'f "hand, the to the Bradford after the service is complete if Group at church, 10 a.m.; Lunch: Ladies ol Grace United Methodist Church, Wednesday, March 31, at the your friends and neighbors to

r rove asserted prccwrty of sadefndart County Zoning Board for re- I this summons is not personally Lorena Epperson Group at Lawtey. and Mt. Morioh United Methodist Church North Florida Regional sell our product, you can earn

: so sjosfy Ire afonjDcicn I ciasancation of the property / delivered to you within the Stateof Mrs. Leola Roberts, Ida Hospital in Gainesville after a cash in your spare time. I will

sad :,0IC1.1I'I1 deserted below from OR (open New York); and in case of Darby Group at Mrs. L.N. Tuesday April 13"OurSender" lengthy illness. be happy to train you and set

rural) to Special Use. your failure to appear, judgmentwill Pickering, 2:30: p.m.; Junior up for your own business at

;: c. Seccwr: Sfxrf" I Located 8 miles northwest of be taken against you by Choir, 3:30 p.m.; Lottie Moon Born in Bradford County on home. You can work your

Srtcr.r.. 'cr-CJ I StaRe on the right of Hwy. 100 default for the relief demandedin Group at Mrs. Helen Oglesby, "As thou hast sent me into the world, even so Jan. 21, 1903. he was a lifelong own schedule and earn as
3. :::3 Jtcr'>j 1.'ec.c 'S I the notice set forth below. 7:30: p.m.; V.B.S. Clinic a have I also sent them into the world" (In. 17:18): ) resident of Starke. much as you want. If you are

------------- Sactat! Dated February 4, 1976, Church, 7 p.m.WednesdayFamily. Speaker: The Rev Richard Bowles. St Edwards Rev. Johns was an ordained interested in working for a

< :F 1IoC1'o Range 20 East. 20 acres to have HURST KING, Attorneys( ) for Night Catholic Church Baptist minister and workedas well-known company and

-:: ro5 ... I an OVERNIGHT Campground Plaintiff, Office and Poet Office Supper,6:15: p.m.; Org. Mtgs., a housepainter and a mail earning extra cash, please
:'cCisra.VE? I wi recreational facilities.T Address: 130 Powers Building, 6:45: p.m.; "Hour of Power," Scripture: Matt. 28:16-20 carrier before his retirement.He WRITE: Promotion Manager,

a-nLat r Irv-a-i' iI 5E.:S / >.. change in classification is Rochester, New York 14614. 7:30 p.m.; Quarterly Business lunch: Ladies of St. Edward's Catholic Church and was a member of Bethel P.O. Drawer A, 101 SE 2nd

:=Crca :t.R1.I'N.1<" s R e1 I street to a public hearing to be I II NOTICE: The object of this Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Adult First Presbyterian ChurchW.dn.sday Baptist Church, and had Place, Gainesville, Fla. 32602.

.....Ir"c.ceNt DIt Te +are4-eK! I had on Tuesday April 27, 1976 I II action Is to obtain a judgment of Choir, 8:15 p.m.ThursdayVisitation. served in the Florida National 4/1 3tchg 4115--Y

:..ww- C'3: Zntrred1 I at 7 30 p.m.. m the CountyCommoson I II divorce dissolving the marriage 9:30: April 14 Guard. -- -

: _-K+.,:r'.Ili 1.ret Room in the BradI I between. the parties on the .; Visitation, 7 p.m. "Our Source" WILL BABY SIT for any age

;........-. :::crc: =::::: -c xsrrgt.mir I I fiord County Courthouse At this ground of abandonment.The Saturday-Bus Ministry Is sufficient Surviving are his widow, child in my home. 964 6821.
I relief sought is, A Judg-- Visitation 8:30 Youth "My grace for thee. (II Cor. 12:9): )
= .n."tI' refracis one all' persons interested !shall : p.m.; Lois Johns two tfchg.
":5C6c.lF; r>= -A ATUK* I ce: heard for or against the I ment of absolute divorce in favorof Visitation, 1:30: p.m. Speaker: The Rev John M. Flynn, St. Mark's Epis- nieces Glasgow Mrs Marguerite; - - -

Sreet 1wr< Sra.'d: orocoMl, as specified in the the plaintiff dissolving forever copal Church Gilpin Hathaway, of Macon

:"-.rt", 'Rr9 sue. n.s"C Zoning Code of Bradford / the bonds of matrimony Road Lunch: Ladies of St. Mark's Episcopal Church and Ga., and Mrs. Georgia Gilpin KNOW YOUR Blood pressure
"' between. the in this Morgan Day or Night, anywhere!
"//9- sa':: nr'ercwr County 1 action.. Madison Street Baptist Church Sexton, of Congress Ga., both Accu-Rx checks
-x: x:o'scra rt afcreea d "Warning
A.R. Kiefer. Chairman 4/8 3tp 4/22 Baptist Church Scripture: / Cor. 12:7-10.: of whom were reared by Mr. sign" on the spot) $29 95 at
and Mrs. Johns also several
star.SCCse '-------------- ; Koch
: ... r. er sow owr-. Bradford Co. Zoning Board other nieces and nephews. Drugs. 3/11 5tchg 4/8
:.sc tr Sri ;ar of Ntercri.A I Itp 4,8 FLORIDA PUBLIC WELCOME Thursday. April 15 - - -

at ----- ---- "Our Sacrifice"
heldat : Framing,
School 10 a.m.; Funeral services were
"Behold the Lamb of God which taketh 2 at finishing, remodeling & additions.
Worship and away 2 Friday, April ,
------------- I Martin R. Thacker has madeapplication NOTICE is given that an Morning p.m.
NCTICECF INTENTIONTO I to the Bradford EXAMINER will hold public Services for the Deaf 11 a.m.; the sin of the world." (In. 1:29): ) the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel 5028.. 4/8 Ph. 9646767 4/29 or 964-

REGISTERFICTITIOUS I hearings on the following matters Training Union 6:30: p.m.; and Speaker: The Rev. Ben Bryant, First Baptist Church with Rev. Dorsey Layman and 4tp
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NAME reclassification 1 1I at the time and places Evening Worship SERVICEMid 7:30: pm. Scripture: John 3:16: Hebrews 10:1.10: Rev O.D. Brooks in Santa officiating.Fe NEED A NEW HOME? Maybe
WEDNESDAY Burial was
Pursuant to Section 86509 / described below from OR to BP 1 indicated. Week Prayer Service Lunch: The ladies of the First Baptist Church with DeWitt C. remodel your old one. Call
Florida Statutes, notice is here- I So as to allow me to build and 930: A.M., Thursday, April Cemetery in Crabtree Builders at 9648037or
operate a Barber and HairStyling 15, 1976, FPSC District Office, and Bible Studay 7:30 p.m.; Jones Funeral Home
that the undersignedBill 4851064. We do
by quality
given Shop.Property The Voyager Building, 2256 Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. Friday April 16 charge of arrangements.
Lewis. P.O. Bon 1126 Keystone work at fair prices. 4/8 4tp
Heights, Clay County, located approximately Phyllis Street, Jacksonville' "Our Sovereign""For 4/29

Florida, doing business under 2Vi miles South of I Florida. St. Mark's yet are all one in Christ Jesus" (Gal. 3:28): ) F. Fisher - - -
I DOCKET NO. 760107-CCB Joseph
of "KEYSTONE Starke on Hwy. 100 described as ;
the firm name Speaker: The Rev. Jasper Williams Greater Beth HOUSE PAINTING: Interior,
EQUIPMENT AUCTION," 4 follows: acre in Sec 15 Twp. I On the application of cptscooai lehem Will exterior, contract or hourly,
miles North of Keystone Heightson Range 22 E. I AMBULANCE SERVICE INC Baptist Church Joseph F. Fisher, Jr.? 74, of bids given freely, guaranteedfirst
in classification is for a certificate to transport Church Scripture: Galatians 3:22-29
Hwy 21, Bradford County This change : Hastings Street, Starke, died class workmanship.
Florida, Intends to register said subject to a public hearing to be handicapped persons not needing Lunch: The ladies of Greater Bethlehem Free Will Thursday, March 25. Lonnie Roberts, Raiford, Fla.
Chr d a" S..IO
.e"'''' Jackson
fictitious name under the provisions held on Tuesday, April 27, 1976, medical. assistance enroutebetween THI'.BVUOHN M. FLYNN. Baptist Church and First United Methodist Born July 31, 1901 in Chi 431.1768aher 5.4/8 4tp4/29
Duval, St. Johns,
of aforesaid statute. at 7:30 p.m., in the County
Church Mr. Fisher was a retired - - -
Room in the Nassau, Day, Bradford, Ala- cago,
Bill Lewis, sole owner. Commission BradI I and member of
truck driver a
Dated this 16th day of March, I ford County Courthouse. At this chug Baker and Columbia Thursday. April 8th-7 p.m. Church. HORSE TRIMMING: $5.00 per
I shall Counties Junior Choir Practice, 7:30: horse 9648802 after 300
all interested
A.D. 1976 at Starke, Florida. time persons I Survivors include his wife,
3/18 4tp 4/8 be heard for or against the pro- Fred W. Baggett, 101 E. p.m. Senior Choir Practice.. OBITUARIESCarol Mrs. Fisher Starke; pm. 4/82tp 415BILL'S

.------------- posal, as specified in the Zoning College, Post Office Box 1752, Palm Sunday April llth- Sophie Flo- -- --
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Code of Bradford County Tallahassee, Florida, 32302, is 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist, 9:45: three daughters:
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1 1I attorney for the applicant.At a.m. Church School, 11' a.m. MariePaladino,8 William F. Glenn, Sr. rence Pankow and Mrs. Evelyn SAW SHOP: Complete
Barner, both of Downers sharpening service, circular,
IN AND FOR BRADFORD I A.R. Kiefer, Chairman said times and places all Morning Prayer
Grove 111. and Mrs. Marjorie hand, carbide, chain, mower
COUNTY, STATE OF Bradford Co. Zoning Board. interested parties will be givenan Monday, April 12lh-2:30: William F. Glenn, Sr., 86, ,of Reeds Springs blade hollow ground and

FLORIDA.IN I Itp 48WM / opportunity to be fully heard. p.m. Girl Scout Troop no.614. died Saturday morning, April D'Aquila Leo Fisher of balanced. Leave at J.icksonBuilding -
Mo. four sons,
DIRECTION OF Chairman April 13th-7:30: Miss Carol Marie Paladino, ;
-----M HWNOTICE -- By Tuesday. 3, in the Starke Nursing Home 111. Earl Supply, Starke or
RE: Estate of ROBERT J. I / William T. Mayo, Commissioner p.m. Women of the Church 8, of Donaldsonville, Ga., died following an extended illness. Downers Grove, Raymond, Keystone Heights tfchg .
of Chicago
HERN, a/k/a ROBERT J. I Starke Moose Lodge #2035I William H. Bevis and Commissioner Meeting. Tuesday afternoon, March 30, Funeral services were held Fisher Ill and

MEAD Deceased I has made application to the Paula F, Hawkins, as and Wednesday April 14th-2:30: from injuries incurred duringan Tuesday, April 6, in Riverdale Fisher Richard of Fisher Westmont.of California, ; 10 JC 20 PATIO COVERS. Homes

I Bradford County Zoning Board 1 1I constituting the Florida Public p.m. Brownie Troop no.311. automobile motorcycle Cemetery in Columbus. Ga., Mrs. Julia Sebastian and mobile homes $180
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO for reclassification of the Service Commission, this 9th accident in that city. with the pastor of the Colum- one sister, installed, $140 unmstalled
I of 22 grandchildren
ALL PERSONS HAVING of March 1976. Born October 17, 1967, in Chicago;
I property described below from 1 day PINE HILL bus First Baptist Church officiating and eight great-grand- GATOR MOBILE HOME
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS MS to BP. I COMMUNITY SING Gainesville, Miss Paladino DeWitt C. Jones in children. SERVICE CO. Ph 372 9767.

AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE To allow the operations of / William DeMJIly The Pine Hill Congregational was a third grade student. charge of arrangements. The Rosary was recited al Gainesville tlchg

AND ALL OTHER PERSONS normal Moose Lodge activities / Commission Clerk Methodist Church, Survivors include her Born in Columbus, Ga., Dec. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: To Wit: 1 Acre located as Itchg 4/8 Brownlee Road will have a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 8, 1889, Mr. Glenn had lived in March 26.
Friday evening. MACHINES repaired,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat follows: 800 ft. from intersection! -------------- Paladin of Donaldsonville Starke since 1956, continuinghis
the administration of the of Hwy 100 and 100A on left I ::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::::.:.:.:'::::::i community 10 sing Saturday a Ga.; two brothers Tom experience in the hard- Funeral mass was held all makes cleaned oiled and
preceding March 27
r : night, April Saturday afternoon, $7. Work -
Estate of ROBERT J. HERN, / side of road in Sec. 33, Twp. 6 I chicken at 5 and Stacey; grandparents, ware business in employmentwith Edwards Catholic adjusted guaranteed
also known as ROBERT J. RGE 22 E. in the old Dark Garth Of Thanks t supper starting Mr and Mrs. AH. Perry of Starke Builders Supply.. at the St. R.J. James Strickland
Church with Father &
MEAD, deceased, File Number Apparel Company Building. ? p.m.The is invited.Madison Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. He was a member of the First Burial corner Morgan Road Hwy
.?0tAA4", i''.: : : : public Bowles officiating. was 16. tfchg
76-84C.P is pending in the Circuit This change in classification is + dil0rRF'rS:2 iRv:4i; : : James Greenlee of Starke. Baptist Church. in Lake Cemetery with .
Court for Bradford County, subject to a public hearing to beheld IN LOVING MEMORYIn Funeral services were held Survivors include two sons, DeWitt Crosby C. Jones Funeral - - --

Florida, Probate Division, the I on Tuesday, April 27, 1976 memory of our husbandand St. Saturday morning, April 3, in William F. Glenn Jr., of Home in charge; of arrange- MOBILE HOME MOVING Also
address of which is Bradford / at 7:30: p.m., in the County father Mr. Joseph Morris the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Starke and Vernon N. Glenn of mobile homo hurricane an-

County Courthouse, Starke, I Commission Room in the Brad. Jr. who passed away April 12, Baptist Church with Rev. R.F. Hoover offi Ringgold, Ga.; two brothers, ments. chonng and mobile homo roof

Florida 32091 The personal representative ford County Courthouse. At this 1974, two years ago. Loving ciating. Burial was in Ever Edwin of Columbus, Ga. and coating Oiin's MOBILE Home

of the Estate is I time all persons interested shall / memories of you will continueto green Cemetery in Gainesville George, Jr., of Atlanta; a sister ServICe. 964 5606. St Rd.

ANZLE B. MEAD, whose I be heard for or against the proposal I linger in our hearts and 900 W. Madison St. under the direction of DeWittC. Mrs. E.B. King, Sr, of ,418 ... 16W B Jct. 233 Stdrke. Fla.
address is Santa Fe Meadows, I as specified in the Zoning 1 1I minds. Rev. O.D. Moore Pastor Jones Funeral Home of Columbus; five grandchildrenand tfchg

Route 2. Box 406X, Melrose, I Code of Bradford County We loved you, but God loved Sunday: Sunday School 9:45: Starke. four great-grandchildren. -

Florida 32666. The name and you best. am.; Morning Worship 11 Mat! a dumptruck out of
address of the personal I A.R. Kiefer, Chairman a.m.; Children's Church 11 Mary E. EtheridgeMrs. your pick-up at over S22S AVON CALLING: To buy or sell
Avon. Call 755-2807 write
representative's attorney are set Bradford Co. Zoning Board -Hilder Bell Morris, wife, a m. (ages 2 years 1st less than list) price. Installs or
forth below. 1tp 4/8 and children grade) ; Church Training 6:13: Mary E. Etheridge 73, Stone of Archer and Mrs. easily on most 'j, a4, 1 ton Loma Clyatt P.O. Box 220

All persons having claims or pm.; Evening Worship 7:30: died Saturday evening April Leila Reed of Tarpon Springs. pickups. Unload more than Lake City., Florida.. tfchg.
demands against the Estate are I -------------, CARD OF THANKSWe p.m. 3, in Jacksonville after an 2 tons in 1 15 seconds. - - -

required WITHIN THREE NOTICE / would like to express our extended illness. Funeral services were held LIMITED: number of Jet HOUSES (t TRAILERS pressure

MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF Gilbert Nelson has made / appreciation to our many friends Monday : Ladies Softball A retired secretary and Monday, Aril 5, from the Hoists at this price. washed with chemicals. Wash
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF 1 application to the Bradford and relatives in the recent loss of Game, Pratt St. 7:30: p.m. member of the Methodist graveside Crosby Lake For information call away dirt and mildew. Guaranteed

THIS NOTICE to file with the County Zoning Board for re- our mother. Your kind words Tuesday: Morning Bible Church, Mrs. Etheridge was Cemetery, DeWitt C. Jones in or writeSUWANNEE Ph. 473 2213. tfchg.

clerk of the above Court a I classification\ of the property and acts of sympathy will alwaysbe Study 10 a m. ; Men's Softball born in Archer on May 9, 1902. charge of arrangements. SALES - -- .- .. .- -

written statement of any claim I described below from OR (Open remembered. Game, Westside Park, 7:30: Survivors include a brother, P.O. BOIl 621
of Susan
or demand they may have. Each Rural) to BP (Business Professional -The Family p.m. Claude Anderson of Jackson Live Oak, Fla. 12040 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS:
claim must be in writing and I.) Geiger ville; four sisters Mrs. Inez Rev. James Burch officiated Ph. 904.342-2141 114 Christian Street Starke,

must indicate the basis for the 18,000sq ft. /t mile South of CARD OF THANKSWe Wednesday Youth Choir Davis of Starke, Mrs. Mamie at the graveside ser- 3/26-9/13 Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8
claim, the name and address of Starke on East side of Hwy. 100 want to thank each and : Service Anderson and Mrs. Pauline vices. p.m. Tues. 1pm. Women's
7:30p.m. Prayer 7:30
; :
the creditor or his agent or in Section 33 Township 6 every one that helped us duringthe Adult Choir 8:30 Group. Call 964 5709, 964-
pm. ; :
attorney, and the amount / South, Range 22 East to build illness and death of our loved p.m. 5434 or 964 6894. 16tp 6/24

claimed. If the claim is not yet / and operate a Real Estate Office. one. The prayers, visits, food - .- - --
due, the date when it will ( This change in classification is flowers and gifts Especially Thursday: Ladies Softball To The
WELDING, all custom
become due shall be stated. If / subject to a public hearing to be / thanks to Rev. Dorsey Layman Practice 5:30: Men's pm. Softball Pp ,r y HOP PET SHOPWhite made trailer types built to your
: !
the claim is contingent or unli held on TuesdaApril 27, 1976at and Rev. 0.0. Brooks. Starke
specifications Crown Central
quidated, the nature of the uncertainty 7:30: p.m.. in the County -Lois Glasgow Johns Er Game, Westside Park, 7:30: ... .. Lumber Co. 301 S. at RR
shall be stated. If the pm. ..
I Commission Room in the Brad. Family
crossing. Ph. 964 8252. 3/25
claim is secured, the security ford County Courthouse. At this 4/15/
shall be described. The claimant time all persons interested shall Leghorn '. 4tp
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shall deliver sufficient copies of be heard for or against the proposal .

the claim to the clerk to enable as specified in the Zoning A HELPING HANDWe CHICKS-COCKLES ,
the clerk to mail one copy to Code of Bradford County. t.

each personal representative.All I $1500 29c; .. i>- HOUSES FOR SALE

persons interested in the I A R. Kiefer, Chairman / are qualified In helping a family to clear .. .. r'V Itf
Estate whom of this I :Q
a copy Bradford Co. Zoning Board. ,-
matters In which most families don'tknow ea.
up many hundred
Notice of Administration has Itp 4/8 I per r
been mailed are required, about. -
1.We take the HOMES
WITHIN THREE MONTHS ------------- surviving spouse to Social -
FROM THE DATE OF THE Security Office. FOR SALE: 1974, 2 bedroom, 1

FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE 2. We apply for the Veteran's benefits for the bath, fully furnished, like new,
NOTICE, to file any obJectIOnSthey CITY OF LAWTEY yl mobile home. 9648883. Itp
widow, pension, flag, mark.r EASTER
may have that challengethe a now accepting applications for gray. etc. 48NEED
the of be 3. We help families with insurance forms, Blue - -
validity of the decedent's position carpenter to & Dwarf - -
will, the qualifications of the employed under the federal which have to be typed and notarized. HAMSTERS

personal' representative, or the Comprehensive Employment Th... are |lust a f.w of the added services GOURAMI TO CLEAN YOUft "
venue or jurisdiction of the Training Act (CETA) for an 11- which 51 59 TYPEWRITER? Com by The
we are glad to provide In helping a family TEDDY BEAR HAMSTERS
Court. week period beginning April 15 Office Shop and pick up some
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. and ending June 30. Salary plus In any way we can. ea. Reg. 89 liquid or sheet cleaner for your

AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO benefit will total 181.46 per $359? typewriter.

FILED WILL BE FOREVER week.Applications. .
BARRED. are available in Archer Funeral Nome EASTER BUNNIES FOR SALE 59
Date of the first publication of the State Employment Service ea.
Office in the old Bradford DOYLE M. ARCHER l.F.D
this Notice of Administration: Moving ind mull tell drapes,
April 1. 1976. County Courthouse m Starke or Lake Butler, Florida
rug*. Same furniture,
Anzle 8. Mead,as Personal at the City Hall in Lawt y, STARKE PET CENTER centralir
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Representative of the EstateOf We are an Equal Opportunity. 496-2008 4962056Funerals conditioning 1'.mvr..sa.. .
ROBERT HERN Employer. .nit mi. c.ll.n.ou. 111m.

.a/k/a ROBERT MEAD, Clerk: Lucille Shuford Monuments Cln Slat Prison 431-1SOB
deceased City of Lawtey, Fla.Itchg 212 E. Call St 964-7929
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,....HOUSES FOR SALEFOR -- r fOR SAlE 11 FOR SALE 1 18 acres in Lawtey Floriland Realty SANDERS .i 'r

- 393 N. Temple Ave LAWN SERVICE
5-10 acre tracts, high land on J JfI' 1 1trwiUr
flY 3 BR Trailer
paved road, Graham area. 1 acre 964-5529 -
- $6,600. I !
SALE: 1976 travel trailer, 28 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed FOR SALE: Feeder pigs. R.T. 3 BR, 1 B, acre lot in city of LICENSED INSURED !" !
ft., self contained, twin bedsin $186 00. uninstalled 14000. Dowling, Ph. 4681763. 4/8/ Lawtey FOR SALE 131 pd 7/1
rear, a/c, full tub and Gator Mobile Home Service. 2tp 415TRAILERS All property at: jar !
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shower, private owner, must =372 9767. --- --- --- ---- 510 Cherry Street
tfchg.----- 3 BR, IK B, Brick, in city, (; 1
sacrifice. at Ranch Motel corner lot 524 Cherry Street !
& Camping on Hiway 301 In 536 Cherry Street Jimmy'oore's r
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Hawthorne, Fla. 4/1 2tchg LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast (Make us an offer) Sun 6 'J
4/8 with X-11 diet plan 300. FOR SALE: Travel trailer, 19' Large frame house, excellent - Sports

- -- --- -- Reduce excess fluids with X- Aljo, Sleeps six, self condition, central H/A, 3 bed- 3 BR Corner Lot, $16,500 MORE; BOAT FOR -
Pel$3.00 KOCH DRUGS. 1/8 contained, air conditioned. room, 2 bath, carport, comer - YOUR t

FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 Bath, block 15tchg 4/15/ 9648550 4/8 after 4 p.m. Itchg lot, ,in city. 3 BR Corner Lot, $23,500 STARKE S>MONEY H 964.5791 TF Cecelia Terwlllegar
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with LR, DR Den & - - -- -- - -
garageon 2 BR house 1 WOWI, What a wonderful response to our ad last week I
- - ---- Frame, bath on 1 COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
large lot at 1105 W. 2 Big old houses; rep.
FOR SALE: Trailer, 12x70 3 acre. Bayless Hwy. Area. STERN DRIVE SERVICE Just look us over! '
Madison St. Call Freeman $17,000 Both. I
bedroom, 1 3/4 bath, $300 - AND REPAIR I
Register III 964-8771 964- - -
or HOUSE OF VACUUMS down & refinance. Ph. 782- 34o 6 acres clear, 4 mi. N/Wof PREFERRED PROPERTIES
5888. tfchg. 1 little house; need rep. $7,700
COMPLETE FIBERGLASS "House beautiful" a thoughtfully
3215 or 9646078. 1tp 4/8 Starke. EXCEPTIONAL -
- - -- Many brands of new vacuums. - REPAIR executive home on a quiet and secluded
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Used machines available. 82'x145' So. Walnut St. Will sell CUSTOM BUILT FIBER street CH&A, 3 BR, 2B, LR, separate DR, handsome
FOR SALE: By owner, 3 BR, 2B Expert Repairs all makes. 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, for less than assessed value. GLASS FISHING BOATS kitchen den that opens on to a scenic patio which is
brick home, double carport Parts and Accessories for all N.W. of Starke Terms. - appropriate for entertaining separate garage with
partially carpeted, drapes. 3 vacuums. Built in central t fOR RENT ) - 100'x260' Bldg. Lot; will sell work shop all in Impeccable condition finest neigh.

blocks from school. Ph. 473- vacuum cleaning systems.712N. Well built house on double cor- part, make us an offer borhood attractive financing.

2039 after 5 p m. and week. Main Gainesville 3767110.tf ner lot in city with 3 bedrooms, - Have Timber -----

ends. tfchg. 2 baths, living room, family ICO'xI&O1 Lot & storage bldg. CHARMING and unique country home on 4.29 rural
-- - -- FOR RENT: 1 room efficiency
- - -- room, nice kitchen, central heat $8,750. For Safe acres all fenced cozy home has enclosed front
apts. Also sleeping rooms and air, separate utility room - veranda and an open back veranda with an old fashion

FOR SALE: 101x199 lot with FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 per with refrigerator. Come to plus swimming pool. 154 1 + A So on 301. $13,200. Call swing overlooking a productive vegetable garden .

1972 12x65, 3 bedroom, 2 roll, shingles $1050 per sq., Underwood Motel, 3'/i milesN - well landscaped, pasture fields with roses and beautiful -
fixtures, on 301. 4/8 Itp 3A, Bessent Rd. $10.500. F J. Saunders LR and DR combination I
bath mobile home. A/C plumbing Fiberglasstub George Roberts Jr. trees. The home has 2BR IB I
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2 and shower enclosures. - all Every Inch of space has been utilized .
porch,carport, utility bldgs., panelled.
: 3.34 A. So. 301
on Storage
fenced, landscaped and gar. THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 Pulpwood to best advantage. 3 neat out buildings for additional -
home outside city limIts.Gordon's tf House & Sm. Office,
964-7826 Bldg. )
South. A priced right
den 10000. 964 81i1Z. Itp tfchg. 964-6114 storage. jewel -
or 473- $50,000. 533.2621 2,19.513MOBILE
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-- -- - -- FOR SALE: New & Used furni- 4777. tfchg. - SWIMMI NG POOL Join the swinging wet set) A 16 x :
-- ------- --- 12A & 4 frame houses, $25,000.
SALE: 3 bedroom CB ture, new carpet & 32'pool,6' chain link, Venetian blind fence boat house
house. CA/CH, large lot, lake Congoleum, cloth 30 cents RENT: 1 bedroom fur - indoor-outdoor carpeting built-in bar, 3BR, IB, LR,

privileges, located Smokerise yd., zippers 1 cent per inch. 4/8 nished apt. Ph. 964-8071. Itp UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. 14A. 3 BR House, $20,800. HOME K, Florida Room all gracious, bright rooms groundsare

Rd-100 near Keystone. Ph. THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 Reg. Real Estate Broker - well landscaped. Easy financing.
-- -- -- ---- 20A., 3 frame houses, $37,000.
South tfchg. PARKINSIDE -----
f64.T1fiT or 4733661. 1tp 4/8 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. 206 S.Water St.
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National HOT and getting HOTTER Escape with this
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---- Newly decorated. Wall to wall 20A., 2 frame houses, $33,500. CITY LIMITS
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FOR SALE OR RENT: Brand Faulkner-Broker investment for now and the future! I Approx. 60 acreson
carpet. Furnished or partly - WALK TO BRADFORD SQUAREOR
new Duplex, 2 bedrooms. FOR SALE: Mobile home kns unfurnished. Irene Faulkner-Assoc, Bessent Road. With this sanctuary you could have
Couples only. 31A Near Keystone. 1320' on
4/8 $95 down. Few 964-5065 own estate or could divide and develop. The home
9647574. lip / lots still avail. your
n __ __ able in several subdivisions.Ph. Itp Contact 4/8/ 337 N. Walnut Street. HANDYMAN SPECIAL St. Rd. 100. 30 Per MonthALL has 3BR 1B, LR, intimate eat-in kitchen central heat

FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bed. 4681551. tfchg. -- ---- - -- 2 BR, kit., LR, DR, Bath, 90' x 48A., % mi.- -on-St.-Road- Large CITY CONVENIENCES & air, large screened front porch shed 10 x 30, barn
room, 1 bath home in Saratoga -- --- FOR RENT: Two furnished one 100' lot, 720000. House $70,000.VERNIE FIRE POLICE PROTECTION. and storage. Also quite a distance away is a nice trailer

Heights. Family room, bedroom apartments. No children - CITY GAS WATER AND SEWER that goes with the property. Guineas and peacocks are
central heat and air, fenced FOR SALE 1 acre homesites no pets. 346 N. Cherry 3% acre Frame & Celetex P. OOOM Jo-Lu Motel roaming around picturesque fields in a natural Florida
Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W. Guess what? Owner will finance
back yard, carport with small of Starke RD 100. Owner St. Phone 964-7371.= 1tp 4/8 home 22' x 46' workshop & Reg. Broker setting.
patio. Call 964 6087. 1tp 4/8 on apartment fish pond 2 barns, 964-5476 9647700. 964-8810TFCHQ -----
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financed, 964 6483 tfchg. FIVE ACRES or one acre'goes with this large home
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- -- -- -- FOR RENT: Olm's Subdivision coop Road 100. A superior
FOR SALE: bedroom, 1 Y bath - with an excellent floor plan on
block (house. Call 964.5115 or FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 bath 1/2 acre lots!, $3000 per Rental income property for sale. built-in stereo system, vacuum system, many extras
inquire at Underwood Motel. concrete block house, month. Water\ & Sewage and a super kitchen. This home is built for entertain

Itp 4/8 screened patio, living room, furnished.'For information call HICK'SPOODLE ing.
Mark Dim, Olin's Mobile Ralph Bryan Real Estate
dining room, A/C, $22,000. -----
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FOR SALE 3 bedrooms Call Ronald L. Thomas 9646246 Homes Sates Hwy. 100 W., COMING UP NEXT WEEK: A 3BR, IB, CB home
2: bath By owner, central heat 8 to 5 p.m., Mon-Fri. Starke. 964 5606. tfchg. Mimosa Manor Specializing in Lots and Acreage with LR, separate DR, kitchen, carport, slate roof,
For Building or Mobile Homes.
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most desirable neighborhood -
and air. Landscaped. 964- GROOMING corner lot in a quiet
-- -- -- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom partially Mobile Home ParKA near town
Itp 2 BR Frame, central heat
furnished house 534 W. Madi- carpet -----
Nice PlaceTo Full
SALES & SERVICES on appliances and air-cord. 1 Two Jime
son Street. No./ children, $125 on nice acre PLEASE CALL ME if you're planning-a move! ..
... .... used appliances, Live corner lot. Just outside of city Groomers'Appointments Y''
month, less with year's lease.
washing machines, dryers, on SR-230 East. $21,500. "
At C. electric and gas stoves. Ph. 964-7521. tfchg. Large Lots - For Cecelio T. Terwillegar/ Realtor r

THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 ---- -- -- Yard CareGarbage 1 to 100 Acres from West Madison Avenue, Starke Florida i!;

.... ...... South. tfchg. FOR RENT: For Vacation, 2 Cans $1,100/acre. Your Convenience
- -- - bedroom mobile home, 12 x Mail Boxes
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964-7837 OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
FOR SALE: Vita Ferm for all 60, A/C/ weekly, on Kingsley 2/19.5/13 m206
LOSE WEIGHT safely and fa*. cattle. Ph. 964-6973. tfchg Lake. 5332026. 4/1 2tp 4/8 Cent. Sewage Plant RALPH BRYAN HOME PHONE 964-5145
with X-11 diet plan $300. Garbage Pickup
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2 Car Parking .
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Reduce excess fluids with X- FOR SALE:John Deere model H ... ... Concrete PahoImproved 964-8788 day or night Front End Alignments :
Pel $3 00, KOCH DRUGS. 1/8 ,
tractor. Overhauled, Street
15tchg 4/15 repainted 3 point hitch, reel LOST AND FOUNDREWARD Electric Service to General Repairs r rttl a Itittl. tfittttr titltl
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mower. $600. Ph. 964-8087. 200 Amperes 1
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3/25 4tchg 4/15/ Metered Gas & D ROOFING
Welding J
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OFFERED for returnof -Move In Bonus. 10:35: A.M. J &A .
t MOTORCYClES J JSUZUKI I FOR SALE: Freezer beef. Pick large gold shorthair dog FREE I Moody's Gulf I

the Hereford or Angus of your white feet and tail, answers to 1 Month Rent WPXE Radio
Has been feed lot
choice. in Ginger. Lost on US-301 S. Ph. Electric Hookup Greene's Garage I ,r l I
120 days. J.R. Wainwright.Ph. 964-8261. Itchg 4/8 1490 re
OF STARKE. Your 9647835. 4/1 2tchg 4,8, Phone 964.7498 2163 N. Temple Ave
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authorized Suzuki Dealer u
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Phone 964 6020. 304 East Call LOST: Two Walker pups, white 984-6314 I I
Street. tfchg. FOR SALE: Rebuilt upright and black, eight weeks old. BRASINGTONCadillacOldsmobile
piano $400; bunk beds $100. Last seen in vicinity of 1231 HP i I
Both in good condition. Ph. Butler Road. Reward. 964- FOR SALE: File boxes, gutrf Sales Service I 1 All Types Roofing I

... ...... 496-3975 after 7 p.m. 4/8 3tp 8375, Jack Hall. Itchg 4/8 and cards. Everything you Fine Selection" Of Used ,-------1 I
4'22 need for fixing a filing system.All Cars Taken On Residential & Commercial
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AUTOMOBILES I - --- - for sale at The Offrae Cadillac Trades I |Well Drilling] I I FREE Roof Inspection I
USED PIANO IN STORAGE: Beautiful Shop. 2001 N.W. 13 3785301GAINESVILLE
.... ...... Spinet-Console stored locally. MULTIPLELISTINGS 2" Thru 6" t

Reported like new. Responsible ,f I New Roof Or Repairs I

FOR SALE: 1969 Ply. Fury III, party can take on low Fast Rotary Call 964-7410

AT. AC PS, PB runs good, payment balance. Write MH, Lake Alto $6,800 Drilling/ Equipment
recent tuneup $500 cash. Ph. before we send truck. Joplin HAYES ELECTRIC J L-I Free Estimates 2, 18 5. 13 J

4733318. hp 4/8 Piano, P.O. Box 103, Panama Starke, 2 BR, 1 acre, $7,5W cI1l.'d' Ceardnw State Licensed O O V e ftttiff. -
- - City. Fla. 32401. 1tp 4/8 Serving the County with

FOR SALE: 1969 Ford, AFT, - -- --- Stab JL$txJ REAL ESTATE Service wo;". Residential
R,H, runs well. $550. Call 782- FOR SALE: Ford engine 170 and Small Commercial : I Pumpa \ :
rebuilt. Green's e'eay.r.r. v ,.,. rr- '.' Low Overhead
3059. 1tp 4/8 completely Starke, 2 BR, 2 acres, $16,500 Wiring My Olin's SubdivisionI
964-6314. 1tp 4/8 will save Free
-- -- -- -- Garage. you money
FOR SALE: 1973 International - --- 2 BR MH on lake $22,000 140 Acres Hampton area Estimates t New & Used 1

Scout II, 4 wheel drive, V 8 GARAGE SALE: Saturday, April pump,well, elec.fenced &cross I I

engine low mileage, bucket 10 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., 1 Southgate, 3 BR, $25,500 fenced. 36x64 open barn, 24x60 Phone 782.3077 Sales- PartsService I I 1
seats, excellent condition. block south of Amoco Stationon closed hog barn, cement floor 2tp (

473.2606 after 6 p.m. 4/8 2lp 301 in Lawtey. 1tp 4/8 Starke. 4 BR, $22,500 &elec. Appx. 45 acres cleared & E-Z TermsPlumbing

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4/15 -- ------ planted $18,000 down & "-:"' -

- - -- FOR SALE: Almost new heavy Starke 5 homes in the $30.000to assume $75.000 mtg. with Fed. I -.L i _
FOR SALE: 1972. Z28 Camaro, 4 duty pump and tank, cash. $40,000 area Land Bank Long Champ I I w- ti t et

speed, 350 built & balanced, Ph. 782-3661. Up 4/8/ .
Per Mo. Water &
mags, asking 2700. 496- - ------ US-301, 4.4 acres, $9,500 New 3 BR 1 M Bath C3, Central Home and : Acre Lots For Rent 3000 Furnished
2093 day or 496-3611 nights, FOR SALE: Air conditioner and Heat & Air, W/W Carpet, I New Installation I Sewage

ask for Ricky. Itchg 4/8- two piece sectional sofa. Theresa, 10 acres, $12,500 Corner Lot. 24500. Terms. BuildingMaterials Remodeling Call Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd. \V
- - Ruth Reynolds, Washing
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ton_ 1tp 4/8' Theresa, 40 acres, $42,000 Furnished BR, 1% bath Mobile Repairs I O tl frll tr
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SALE Fri. & Sat. 10 Home on 1 acre $9,500 -WE BUILD OPFN DAILY/ j*

t HUP WANTED j jWANTED I GARAGE a.m. til 6 p.m.: 1 mile west of Lawtey 11 acres, $16,000 2-story 4 BR, 3 Bath frame "YOUR PLANS OR OURS I Durrance\\ ,,,.t tVI: PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT *%

Lawtey, RD-225. A little of Lawtey, 60 acres $54,000 home with 2735 sq. ft. living YOUR LOT OR OURS"FREE .
Randall Blom.
everything. area on 4 acres many extras ESTIMATES- *
: Waitress and Cook at 4/8 Garage business on US-301 45000. REMODELING REPAIRS i I Pumps & Supply
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Norman's Restaurant, Waldo. - ADDITIONS I
4/B2tp 4/15 RUMMAGE SALE: Everything 40 acre farm, $57,900 3 BR 1 bath w/w carpet frame in Company
must go. Give me an offer; Lawtey. 17000. HOMES BOUGHT SATURDAY, APRIL 1710 a.m.
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Registered female silver and $700 acre SOLD TRADED 1864 Ave
40 acres up per - N. Temple
HELP WANTED: RN Regis poodle, plants, collector's 3 BR 1 Bath, frame, cent. heat/ 'ACREAGE FOR SALE; AUCTIONS 3rd SAT. EVERY MONTH
tered Nurse for household FRED SACKETT Starke
part time items, crocheting air fenced cor. lot. 15000.
Paramedical Insurance items, clothing. 1231 Butler REALTOR - 964-6853 CONSIGN YOUR EQUIPMENT EARLY
examiner in Starke area. 813- Road. 964-8375. In progress 205 N. Temple I US 301)) 2 BR frame stove & ref. in Hwy 301 S. Starke A 964-7061 :'
646-1433 for interview until, all M sold. Itchg 4/8 904 44-4512, 469.1753Fuquay'a country 13000. terms. FOR THIS

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2 BR frame 8400. terms.
AUCTIONEvery Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof

8.7 acres in city 815,500. All Kinds Now
Professional Carpet Cleaning - -
Saturday night at 7 p.m. Four miles north ol Keystone -
STEAM or SHAMPOOSTEAM 7.2 acres In- Lawtey- -$2.000- acre. Heights on Hwy 21. Bring Your Equipment to the Market Place- d

SALE: Motorola stereo/FM CLEANING: extracting of Dirt and Crime from Your N. $56,900!! good terms.on This week, as In the past weeks, we will have lots of new

radio/television combination. Carpet Leaving Your Carpet Gleaming and Clean Smelling end used furniture, new and used merchandise of all .
Cabinet model 150. Ph 964- kinds. We will also have some new salt and fresh water .1GENSr N. e0NDE0.
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8087. 3/25 4tchg 4/15 Quality Cleaning Special 12 acres well, pole & septic fishing tackle. Come out and |loin the fun this Saturday AUCTION

--M-------- |tank. 815,000.Q night. We buy, sell, and trade new and used merchandise.
; Consignments welcome. For consignment and U. S. 17 North Green Cove Springs
FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts Discount Now thru May 15 tAW,,, fla.

and supplies OUN'S MOBILE 9&4-859& 782- 38O6 Information phone 473.3621. Bill| Lewis JAX. 282-4389 Ph- (004)2845977l ) '

HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. ... ,..._ ..;,. It ..._ JAX TOLL FREE
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL 21o 4/6.4116 Owner & Auctioneer
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_ HClltnlllenlth Plan Adopetcl By DuPont Senior Citizens Community News

A Dental Assistance i'l.in effective date for the new taken care of by I lie Company. (twice a year), cleaning and "The One ami" Only Original 12 All of you Senior Citizens By Elisabeth Clvene: Walker
which will pay a substantial benefit plan is September I Platt said :No insurance premiums scaling! fluoride treatmentsand Family Band, a Walt Disney and all others, bring your
portion( of dental care costs for t'oMTiiRe will include full Dill be required of space maintainers for movie' shown at the Bradford pottery, dolls, woodwork, MEETING: NOTICES until Easter.
DuPont employees: and their pa.Miicnl) 01( "reasonable amt employ<. children under 19, and denial County Library on March 29was paintings crewel work, etc. Dell Chapter 168 OES will Mrs! Ethel Hall will attend
families was announced customary"charges! for diagnostic I'lati indicated that the new X-rays. thoroughly enjoyed by and let the people of Bradford hold its regular meeting at 8 the Judicial Conference of the
!March 31 at the Comp.in>'s and preventive dental addition to DuPont's Other dental services' will bepaid Senior Citizens and others. County share in your p.m. tonight (Thursday) on United Methodist Women in
Trail Ridge aril llighl.iml serv it'l'sInl partial paymentof employee benefit program based on a benefit schedule What u difference in particular hobby or Brownlee St All members are Kentucky. April 912.
plants.According. costs! for corrective treatment has two primary objectives' : which reflects dental projection of this clean, handcraft.The asked to be present. Pleasant Grove Church:
( to Plant to foster better dental health costs in the local area This healthy film as compared to Heroines are holding their Young Adult Choir meets each
schedule specifics the dollar the usual run of tripe fed to 13th Annual Conventionof first and second !Monday nightat
Manager K It Plait. the The cost of the Plan is: fully among employees: and their annual Palm Sunday serviceon '
families, and to help them pay amount the Plan will pay for moviegoers' today. Thank you the National Council of Sunday April 11, at 3 p.m. 7:30.: Junior Choir rehearsal
a portion of their dental 1 bills. dental treatment procedures Martha Grace, Brenda, Senior Citizens Inc., Wash., at Ebenezer Baptist Church, 6 p.m. Tuesday. Prayer
-K Extra Clean Cam "II we can encourage Major! services covered' Kathy and Linda. D.C. will be held In the Conrad The Masonic family Is invitedto Meeting each Wednesdaynight

employees and their families under the benefits schedule l Large print books are now Hilton Hotel, Chicago, 111., attend. at 7:30.: ) Thursday night
to !go to the dentist before include fillings, oral surgery at the library for easy reading June 25. We expect to send a The Eastern Star will Bible Study Sunday services
IDIXlfiJOLfciAU l emergencies arise by paying gum( disease treatments, root on subjects in the literary delegate from our club. An sponsor a silver tea at 4 p.m. will conclude with Sunday
their pre\entne care costs." canal therapy. bridgeworkand field, especially for the elderly article and picture will be Sunday, April 11, in the annexof School '10) a m.
O SALES r- 11.111( said "then I. think this dentures, orthodontia or whose eyesight is not as keen featured in the next Issue of Ebenezer. The !Masonic :New Bethel and Ebrnezer:
473-4470 & 473-4078 IIl'tltillsslslmll'e 1'1.11II ill teeth straightening for children us it used to be. the "Senior Citizens News," family is invited to attend this Baptist Churches Rev Leroy
b cX16 hive made \aluable contribution and general( anesthesiain '' Just a reminder: our official organ of the National affair for success. Davis pastor. New Bethel!
CHEY. LAGUNA S-3 76 CUTlASS wa l'onnl'Ctionith oral sur Library Arts Festival' Show is Council. Clll'KCII NEWS: services begin with Prayer

fiery being> .held.un this__n_ week., Anril fi-_ <<..rt'lItl'rll'n! Chaprl AME: Meeting and Bible Class
New Blue & WhIte SUPREME DuPont is currently Now that the Florida Church. Kev. K.G. llcastie Wednesday night. Sunday

REAL SHARP 5 000 miles. extra nice mi l''lIlualtntseveral( I national i l Legislature is in session In pastor. Tuesday night Prayer School, to a.m. Morning
insurance companies ho administer LAWTEY Tallahassee we will be Meeting and Class Meeting. Worship at 11. Communion
i $5995 $5895 dental pia ns. A selection watching closely the bills profiled Friday night. Apr. 9, the will be given at the 6 p.m.
at nl of one as t the insurance and filed concerning the Young Adult Ushers Board service.'
carrier for the DuPont Plan By Elizabeth Terry aging. These were submitted will hold I their first Ebene/.tr: Church: Prayer

:; 76 FORD MAVERICK 76 DATSUN LONG !! will be made in the near ('lIl'Helil"TI1T1ES Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman by the All Florida Coalition of anniversary at 8 p.m. A Bible l1t''tintami( Bible Class each
future and sons, Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Senior Citizens and recently will be given away ut this Thursday night. Sunday
t R..I, ; A .: 4000 PICK-UP :2a All I employ ces with one year voted' and approved time. School, 10 a m.
Austin, Mrs Marcus Griffis upon
Church of :
r'i o.lS'" NEW, Red.N'w.Ready To Go Df of l'I''ll'eliII be covered. and daughters, Mrs. Darlene unanimously by the !North: All members are asked to Church of Gml l in Christ
School 10 a.m. Worship Services -
: Family members hoI ill be Elder: D.K. Williams .
and :Norman; and sons, and Miss Central Florida Coalition of wear white for the Palm pastur.I'ra'r
11 a.m. 7pm
covered include theemployee's Senior Citizens, 3 and celebration.All Meeting\ and Pastoral
Region Sunday
54595 $3550 Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7 :30 :Nora; Starling, attended the
spouse Rodeo ut Palatka last Saturday sent to our legislators within parents are asked to Teaching Friday night.
YPE Friday 7:30: m.Kvergreen
:2U unmarried dependent children pm. p School! 10

night.11': and Mrs. Carl the Region. please send their children Sunday a.m.
Baptist: Sunday
tEl who are under age 19 or l'achIonday! for Easter :Morning Worship and
H PLY 74 PLY SCAMP Norman: ; and sons, and Mr.
DUSTER School 10 a.m. Worship
lull tune students and underage rehearsal. Communion at 11. YPWW
The Congress of Senior
and Mrs. Wilbur Austin were
C .... 6 Cvl At AIr !.' and any unmarried U a m and 6:30: p m.Prayer 7 overnight guests of their Citizens of Florida. 1 Inc. will Greater Bethlehem I meeting at 5:311:: followed by
a;: a ,'f'" .v -' It'iHMukMit children MeetingVednesda> Ihe Easter: Evening:
any age Freewill Church.Kev' Program. (
Q: ConditionIng cousins, !\I rand Mrs. Roy have' a lobby in Tallahassee, Baptist
,. who are mentally or physically pm. Sl'r'ic7:11I.: .
Faith Church Smith, of Seville All the led by Max Friedson, Jasper Williams pastor :
Baptist) :
incapable of self- Easter rehearsal will be held Antioeh Baptist Church.Kev. ,
president promoting
others returned home passage
$2695 $2495 ,. support Starke Radio Program 8 a rn. Sundav.over WPXK Bible While Mrs. Pierce Crews of these important bills during tonight (Thusday) at 7:31): ( ( I Dennis Strong pastor.Thursday .
toiler the diagnostic and
School 10 a.m. Worship Services was in Auburndale, her this session. Friday night, Junior Choir night! PrayerMeeting.
preventive l'ill'l'atpoor( ', : Friday night IIlI1u"II'al
xIN rehearsal. Sunday School.
73 MONTE CARLO : biil'om's dental will 11 am. and 7:30: ) pm. cousin B.M. Johns, died. Mr.
plan will hl'prl'sl'ntl'd
H GREMLIN pay Meeting Wednesday and :Mrs. Waldo Pringle ofWorthington Persons 60 years and olderin 9:30.: ) Morning! Worship at II program!
GRAND PRIX or !j all reasonable and customarycosts 7 Prayer:to Bible Study. t I Springs i need of dentures, denture with Junior Church in charge.At ( by :Mrs. Jessie
Rasa'S A : for such serIll'!' ilSl'Ulltll1l' p.m. ,
: : 3 the Gainesville Berry sponsor. SundLlYSdwol
Grace l'"it11Jl'thodit: : attended the funeral and so repairs, or other types of p.m.
lIKE NEty CUTLASS SUPREME a oral examinations Sunday School:,,;; a.m. Worship did :Mrs Crews who returned dental work should apply or Community Chorus will III a.m. WorshipServices.
render service. At l 6 m. I 11 l a mu. and 7pm
Services 11 a.m. and 7p.m. home with them on Wednes call the University' Dental song p
$2395 $2995 the Women's ]Home Mission First. 'Burn <(<'Iim ch of the
Choir Practice 7 Clinic Gainesville' 1-392-4261
I'm ted :Methodist Youth pm. day.Mrs.. l Hubert Priest and Mrs. for appointments and will be in charge of services. Living GIN). Elder: S.V. Cohen
visited information. ,It. Zion .\1F: 'hurch Rev pastor. Prajer Service
72 FORD TRUCK Fellowship K pm. Wednesday Truby Wamwright Richard Bethel Tuesday night Terry Service
:73 JEEP COMMANDO Rev and Mrs.: John Miller, Miss: Knza Blanchard and pastor
weft t '4 Skamper Big 6 sister. Sunday School! in am\ Fridav night! Second and
World :Mrs Wamwright's
Missionaries\ with will be
4 Wheel Dr Aute ar" Our next meeting fourth Sunday pastorial
LOW rtitlesP I n Gospel :\Mission ill speak at :Mrs. :Maude Howe, at Baker April 13, at the Prall St. Morning Worship at\ II service at 1iI'm\ and 7.tn:
S Camper Like New Of the church April 11 at 1a\ in.During County :Nursing Home in Recreation 'enter in Starke.Visitors Afternoon Service 4pm.
.\It.'urlah: and Pleasant p.m.'I''W service each
World War II. :Mr :Macclenny last Friday.Mr. invited.
$3395 $3785 aw72 Miller served in the L' S. : and :Mrs. Lynn Boch ofJacksonville. are cordially Joe KerriganBKOOKEK Grove l'nltt'dll'Ihodi..t: Sunday Ii(i p in Sunday School
Church Parish Rev Willie \lo) a m.
:Mr. and Mrs.
;Navy; I'pon completion of !
,. Ask Stilt pastor All :Mr :Moriah St. ,''lIltllIi..llln"r: Baptist
and and
lie Whaley. family
: sort ice pursued)\ studies atAsbury
Cliurch. 1 I-aw (Kev Willie
School l students III be ley.
Mr: and Mrs: Robert Smith Sunday
College Wilmore.
72 PICKUP Hultman pastor I'rau'rBanol
rehearsing for Easier:
Charley r, Ky graduating/! in 1931.\ Later and family were Sunday I 12! 'Monday:
afternoon meeting : noon
Clean New TMS SWB Clean earned the :Master of :Music dinner !guests of their mother, IN UIUEF activities every
E. Education degree from :Mrs. :Nellie; Wilkinson and sister

Wa> ne State University Mrs: 1 Daisy Boch.
: $1695 $1695 Johns Dl'lrOltlleh.: llrs.tlller: :Mr and :Mrs. James llollislor. By Jeannette Prescott Mary Carter Paints
also attended Asbury College.Mr of Jacksonville, were Sunday
n About : and :Mrs.\ :Miller, a atlenux. .. guests( of :Mr BIUTHIYP.HTY!
C This (iuestion: musical team, often spent and Mrs.: Arhe Dobbs. Leroy Green was honoredby 102 E. Brownlee 964-7721
72 MAVERICK 72 FIAT II "The. new Mobile their summers as music evangelists :\1 rand :Mrs Doc :Mosleyspent his family with a fish fry

-u Home polic\ rovers in churches and camp the weekend with their List. .Friday. lor his birthday Fantastic results! The Trvwox Hydro-Mist
6 Cyl Sta Shift GOOD ON GAS .NC our dwelling and personal meetings throughout( the l'.S. sOIHn.I..lIld d.lUhtl'rIr.! which was\Wednesday. March system cleans carpetcleaning
I in itatain..l Iliuhlaml llaptist: Sunday and :Mrs Jerry Vogler! and 24 His birthday cake was your carpets like you
School \10 a m. Worship Services family, of :New: Smyrna decorated in the American never dreamed possibl. Safe and so easy to
$1695 $ 1150.Y I / lire, windstorm, \11 am and U p.m. Saturday !guests of :Mr and Bicentennial motif use. Do it yourself the professional way and

'- explosion, damage by Prayer :Meeting Wednesday 7 :Mrs. Raymond Bryan for Among the 32 guests save money. Available for rental at Mary Carter

: : automnbilt.andali"m, p m. supper ut the fair were Italph. enjoying this occasion N\' Paints, 102 E, Brownlee, Starke, Florida.
71 CHEVELLE 69 FORD PICKUP a theft and other 'broad :Nurthside Baptist: Sunday Saudi and Phil Jacobs and the following from out-of-
form' in..uranlo."t's, School 10 a m. Worship Services Lisa Bryan, daughter of Ted town, :Mr. and :Mrs. J.P
2 Door A TAr :2II I 11 I am. and 7pm and Louise Bryan. all of Ta lor and children. and All Mary Carter Paints
If such 11111.. .
Sharp GOOD SHAPE' Do occurs, will Prayer :Meeting 7 p.m. Wed Gainesville (Curtis Thompson! of Palutka.
the insurance also pay a nesday. Friends of :Mrs. :Mildred :Miss Aileen Green of 10% Discount
Off Regular
ro daily IIIJUUnto" rdIh Lockhart. mother ufIrs: Fruitland Park Kenneth

$1795 $1095 in'p'n...\." elsewhere M1WUI.'ES: Bennett Wilkison, Jr of Jacksonville Green; and son. :Mrs.: Allen Price FOR CASHNot( Checks)
a while the mobile Law. ley Elementary is celebrating regret( to learn that Green md daughters, and
a home' is unlivable. ?" the? Bicentennial Festival she suffered a severe heart Joey Collins, all of Wildwood. WE MEET ALL ADV JAX. PRICES
Week ith pupils participating attack and is in intensive care Jackie Brannam
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS a: Charley; in many activities at St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville: andIr: and
related to the 2Xth( ) Birthdayof Jacksonv! .ille Our prayers are :Mrs H.K Dukes Lake

473-4470 & 473-4078 J OHNSAGENCY our nation. On Friday a with her. Butler. Some of the attendants
cake with 2H( ) candles will be :Mr and Mrs. Wayne Gus. 'from Brooker were Leslie and
131 SO WALNUT ST lighted at a special event at 2 tafson of Green Cove Springs, Johnnie Green Mrs. Pearl M rMueweieruean
Extra Clean Cars PHONE 9B4-5O7O pin. The public is invited to and :Mr. and !Mrs. Charles :\Iarkt'y, :Mrs Inez Green andSllIrlev
.r participate in the activity. Dobbs and family, of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs.: Tommy
'BRING THIS AD The first! grade classes of were Sunday dinner 'ox and children, :Mr. and

:Mrs. Dobbins and !Miss Anderson guests of their !grandparents :Mrs\ George Pierce and 3 26 .4 17 '. '
are planning a trip to the Mr and :Mrs! Arhe Dobbs. daughters --f
Jacksonx' Zoo on Tuesday. :Mrs John Tye, Jr. and We're offering special low prices on all

HEY MOM..LOOK Parents are reminded that children are spending a few I'KAYKK LIST new MF farm tractors under 80 pto hp, plus
school will he dismissed on days with her in-laws. Mr. and John Freeman of Melrose new MF industrial units in stock. Check
Thursday. April 1 15: for theSpring :Mrs. John Tye. Sr. :Mr and (formerly of Brooker) is in a how much can save: .
Holidays. Pupils will Mrs.! John Tye.Jr..and familyare critical condition in the V.A. you '
SPECIAL rl'lurnIonday: April 26. moving from South Day- Hospital Gainesville: also "- j nrir
2 BIG DAYS :National Library Week and tona to Pensacola next week, Coy tdwardsIrs.: Alice -
f\l.Ot\ Bicentennial School Week are where he is employed. Edwards was in intensivecare _; '. 4
c.oost poses \ MON. & TUES. being observed simultaneously :Michele Lee of Jacksonville, in Alachua General .

5eveaAL\ FROM SEARS APRIL 12 & 13 at Lawtey Elementarywith spent the weekend with her Hospital last Saturday Please xwa.
\ the theme "Free People grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. remember them in your
NSulpR Free Libraries." Sound Gene Pearson. She attended prayers :: SAVE UP TO

\ \ ( GET A PHOTOGRAPHERS HOURS10A.M.5P.M. filmstrips will be shown in the the fair with them. 'ii:: ., NOWI J1,000
:Mrs. llardee and i I
Library during the week from Wayne KAI11ES: CUN1C '
the !series on "Symbols of children of Highland, visited Distemper shots for cats : :: : : SAVE UP TO jn onnoo

Democracy Students will be her mother Mrs. Thelma and dogs will be available' at a :: :',.". NOW! / ZUUWe've
given book markers to commemorate Carter, of :Maxville. on Fri rabies clinic sponsored by the '" '0'' ,

BEAUTIFUL this occasion. day.Mr. Bradford /Health Department got other bargain machines In stock
BIG I : and Mrs. Wayne !Norman : Saturday April 10, from \11 till at prices you'll find hard to believe. Come see,
and family, :Mr and Mrs
PKHSONM.SMrs : 12:30.: A nominal fee will be come SAVE!
: Joyce Futch of Black- Ed Rue :Mr. and Mrs. Danny charged for the service.' For
LIVING COLOR shear. Oa... arrived in Starke Norman:; Mr.! and Mrs. Dick more information, call 964- SUPERIOR TRACTOR CO.
last week after spending a few Thomas, of Jacksonville and .
7732 or 4-550'J. 5757 wrsnlAVrs T ,
(04)) I-901I MK FLU
days with her cousin, :Mrs !grandson Donny Thomas, of
Carl Kirtsinger, of Chattahoo- Starke :Mr. and Mrs. :Norman; "
8x10 chee. her sister :Mrs. J.P :McNeil: ; and Mr and Mrs.
PORTRAIT \\HiCk. of Tallahassee: and David Browning of Starke
her' cousins. :Mr\ and :Mrs.: Carl gathered at the home of) :Mr Wishbone
BV PROFESSIONAL :Moore. of Live Oak She was a and Mrs. Edward Roberts fora
H 4 W PHOTOGRAPHER Saturday dinner guest of Mr. fish! fry Saturday night. 8
ton c and :Mrs. Harold Eunice. !Mrs. Joyce Futch of Fried Chicken
Z OF YOURSELF, YOUR CHILD OR FAMILYa :Mrs. Johnnie Jenkins and Blackshear Ga. was a Sun

o Parents Robert and grandson, of day dinner guest of her sister
( Must Select For Minors) :J: Milliard, visited her parents, :Miss Elizabeth Terry.
X :Mr and :Mrs. OJ Anders on Mr and Mrs. Wayne Harper 236 S. Temple Starke 964-5858
1/1 r u Tuesday and son, of Starke. "were Sun

> tk z- :Mr and :Mrs llermie Kelly day dinner guests of their WISHBONE INTRODUCESFresh
c : \ ISltedll5s: Arthurine grandparents, Mr and Mrs.
Blanchard, of Cathedral Carl Prevail., :Mr. and Mrs.

Health Center. Jacksonville, Buddy Hew isere supper & Dinners
last Thursday guests of the Prevails on Sun. Shrimp Catfish

:Mrs :Marian Hall of Jacksonville day night.
Mr and Mrs. Wayne llardee --- .--------- -------- ----
Beach, and sister Coupon Coupon Coupon
:Mrs Sallie llogan of Jacksonville and children and Alvin Anderson -
were luncheon guests of enjoyed an Oyster Roast Good Thursday & Friday April, 8 & 9
their =sister Mrs Hester at Middleburg Saturday night.
!Hicks on Monday: Mr and Mrs. Tom Barry of Limit Coupon 2 DAYS ONLY
one per
:Mrs Lucille Ivey and Miss Jacksonville visited their bro- WITH COUPON

Elizabeth Terry visited Miss ther and sister-in-law. Mr. and .
: En/a: BI..nchardIrs.: Wolfe Mrs. Harold Eunice: on Satur CATFISH DINNER ?
Plus TAx and :Mrs Thclma Wilson of day. On Sunday their brother $210 !
,4b Baker County :Nursing: Home and slter.in.lalAIr! and .
Macclenny: Wednesday Mrs. Tom Godwin, of Gainesville -
afternoon! of la'ltt eek visited' them HushpuppiesCouponCoupon'Coupon
Mrs: Mary: Sellers and Mrs. Mr.! and Mrs. Howell Prevail I
!i their 33rd
a celebrated
Ome Thornton of Auburndale.
Good Thurs. & Friday April, 8 & 9 ...
This Ad To anniversary on
Bring visited their sister, Mrs. wedding
fierce Crews, recently. She March 27. All their children 2 DAYS ONLY
returned home with them. came over' for a quiet dinner. Limit one per Coupon

LIMIT ONI PER PERSON SEARS CATALOG :Mrs. Crews and sister Mrs. 1\1 rand Mrs. !Manuel c.oil""ON WITH COUPON .
celebrated their 26th
St'liers.'isited her soninlawand Stephens
daughter. Mr and Mrs. wedding anniversary' on April n9-

Group Pictures Made At MERCHANT STORE Lantarra Carl Hyman and, Friday:Mrs and Hubert to family Monday.Mr Priestere of. their Stephens.Mr.1. with granddaughter.a.chicken dinner Shailia with SHRIMP DINNER '2" $249 j

NO EXTRA CHARGE \* Thursday dinner guests and :Mrs. Hermie Kelly

218 N Temple St. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and 1 Doz. Shrimp, French Fries, Slaw & Hushpuppies'CouponCouponCoupon
PHOTOGRAPHY IV sisterIn.ail: : Leonette. and \Mrs. Mae Wells

H&W Studio, Atlanta Starke, Fla and 'tailing! Cedar Key. attended the "movie' "The ---
While there (hey took them Hiding Place, in Jacksonville

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I Alpha Gamma chapter of
United In Marriage April 3 Alpha Delta Kappa, International April8,1976 TELEGKAPII Page 13
sorority of Women Educators .
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has been honored
Miss Shurl Lynne Williams, of by Alpha Nu Holds
having one its members Woman'sClub To
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
selected to in its
James F. Williams, and Law. participate Y
International Enrichment Officers Election
rence David Oglesby, son of i Have Bicentennial
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. + Evelyn Slade Sinclair, Apt ; Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta ThemeAtMeeting
both ,
Oglesby Starke were y teacher and librarian at the Kappa Gamma honorary K+ nPaula
united in
marriage Saturday, Lawtey Elementary School teachers' society held an A
April 3, at 2 p.m. at the homeof has been chosen to receive AV election of officers Monday I "The Bicentennial GoesInternational"
the groom's parents on this award.She will travel and night at their meeting held in will be the
Bessent Road. theme used for the
Jlif. study abroad. Her program conference room( ) of the ad- April 14
Rev. Roman Alvarez performed selected from the American ministrative building of Bradford luncheon-meeting of theWoman's
the ceremony. Institute of Foreign Study Is County schools. I Club of Starke.
Mrs Charles Francis, The International
pia "Spirit of Western Man: Comparative Mrs. Evelyn Haney gave the
nist, presented a program of Cultures and Arts." devotional and Miss Della committee with Mrs. A.
nuptial music. r She will spend one week eachin Rosenberg presided. Miss Russell Norman, chairman
Randy Martin attended as England,France,Spain and Rosenberg announced that the will be in charge of the
best man. Italy, with about 10 additional next meeting of the organiza luncheon and program.
Decorating the home were 1 days in various other i tion would be in Macclenny Hostesses will be Mrs. A.K.
arrangements of spring 1.J Carlisle. !Mrs Charles
.J European countries. May 18 and would be an
flowers in shades. Two Dinkins, Mrs. J.H. ,
The Orientation Dupre I
chapter congratulatesMrs. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair meeting for
tall baskets wore used and .Sinclair on receiving this coming initiates. Also a work up- Mrs. C A. Futch, Mrs. W.S.
mantel arrangement of the award, since only two are Stork Shower shop for new officers in Jack. Glover, Mrs. G.N. Goldwire
same flowers. given annually in the United sonville May 29. Mrs. John Griffin. Mrs. E.A.
Miss Rhea Corbett attended t States. The Hall Mrs. W.H. Hart !Mrs.\
following officers Pickren
her cousin! as maid of honor. Given For elected: Mrs. Shirley were John Myers and Mrs. J.N.
She wore a pastel f floor length Breazea le.
president !Mrs\
gown and wide brim hat. She \ 'f. Little Women Mrs. Childree Martha Riherd first; vice- Chuck Tetstone
carried a nosegay of mixed '..} .
president; Mrs. Lucille Teenage BanquetTo
spring flowers. Elect OfficersAnn Mrs. Dewey Davis gave a Payne, second vice-president Engagement ToldMr.
Kristen Pfenniger niece of stork shower Wednesday, Mrs. Gale !Mobley\ recording;; Be Held I
the groom,was flower girl and /4 Allen was elected presi March 31, at her home on N. secretary Mrs. Norman At II
Gary Rivers cousin of the dent of the Little Women's Temple avenue for Mrs. ; Joyce and Mrs. James J. I I
groom was ring bearer. LL Club at their meeting Monday George Childree. ; and Mrs. Muriel secretary Nor-- Pickren of Gainesville MethodistChurch
Given in marriage by her r'I night. Games with prizes 'were man, treasurer. announce the engagement and
father the bride wore a muslin \ Serving with Miss Allen will enjoyed by the 22 guests. The meeting approaching marriage of their The fourth annual spring I
floor length gown with darker be: vice-president Cindy The refreshment table was decorated with room was daughter, Paula Dawn, to teenage banquet given by the I
muslin) trim and long slee'eswith 'anova, secretary Nancy Hil- covered with a white linen spring flowers.arrangementsof The refreshment 'harles Joe Tetstone Jr., son United Methodist Women will
lace insets. She wore a dretn treasurer Barbara cloth and centered with a table was covered with iif Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Tetstoneof be held Saturday April III. at t 7
u idu brim, lace effect hat w ith I Godwin. large baby bootie filled withan lace banquet cloth and centered a- Brooker. p.m. in the Methodist
light beige streamer ribbon i\ During the program Mrs. arrangement of baby's with a bouquet of sweet- Fellowship Hall. :
and baby'sbrea. thin back. She Gladys Thomas showed a film breath and daisies. The wedding will take place Mrs.1o'rancie Newland will
carried a bouquet of pink prepared by the American The gift table was centered peas.The hostesses were: Mrs. June 26 Worthington be featured on the program.All .
roses. Cancer Society.At with an arrangement of pink, Maxine Gibson. Mrs. Gladys Springs. teenagers are invited to
reception was also held in the next meeting each blue and yellow carnations. A Thomas, !Mrs.\ Maureen Paul, attend. Admission is $1.
the C oglcsby home where arrangements member is to bring a prospective corsage of the same flowers !Mrs.\ Ernestine Register Mrs Miss\ Pickren attended -
of roses and pink | member. was given to the honoree. Willie !Mae\ Denton, Mrs. Buchholz High School. !Mrs.\ W.H. Hart was in
t pompoms were used on the | Hostesses for the evening !Mrs.\ Frank Patterson and Helen Johns. Mrs. Sue Ocala Thursday to Monday
punch and cake table. :Mrs. were Gloria Strickland and Mrs. E.R. VanWart assisted Winkler Mrs. Tommie Nolm :Mr. Tetstone attended visiting Mr. and !Mrs.\ Mike
Warren Winkler and !Mrs. Ken Cindy Canova. in serving. and Miss Rosenberg. Bradtord High School. May and son.
:Martin cut the bride's cake. T - -. - ........... ..
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punch bow 1.Mrs I. ,
: Linda Pfonniger. sisterof
the groom.: kc'ptthe bride's : and Mrs. Larry Oglesby ,O
lx>ok. b \o\
The couple is residing in
Rebecca Wessells Robert Smith e'
Opclika. Ala. where :Mr (
iglosby is employed with Wedding April 17 "'O C\O;,
Cablono Corporation.Mr In Time ForEASTER
1 Miss Rebecca D. Wessells of marriage April 17 at 2 p.m. in g'1
: and :Mrs. L.C Early: Starke, daughter of Mr. and Beulah Baptist Church. e :1 !
\isitl'dIr: and :Mrs. Amos :Mrs J.W. Meek of Keystone Miss Wessells attended z3::, qb
Sanford in Astatula from Sunday Heights, and Robert II. Smith, Keystone Heights High School
to Tuesday son of Mr and Mrs. Shi Smith, and Santa Fe Junior College. ,.
Sr of Starke will be united in Mr.\ Smith attended Brad- Go\\y
ford Hi eh School.All 2"I I
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rli. Baffling: Griffis of Atlanta, Ga. ,'f 1 MerchandiseLadies
announce the birth of a son,
All Breeds Daniel Christopher born
March 29.Maternal.
404 W. Madison St. Starke grandparents are You'll Look '
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Debbie Douglas And Ricky Thompson Mrs. Thompson Janie Carter r

I' Repeat Vows Friday, April 2 Shower HonoreeDebbie Honored At rcN

Douglas whose Bridal ShowerMiss
Debbie Annette Pa.w.'r'
Debora ( > marriage to Ricky Thompsonwas
Douglas daughter of Mr and of 2,
Mrs. Edward Douglas, and an event April was Janie Carter, whose +
honored at a
to Freddie Rhoden
Ricky Eldon Thompson son of rth. marriage
March 29,
Monday night r A
I will be a June event, was
:Mr andIrs:
Thompson all of Starke. were ...: J Mrs.given by Doyle Vicky Thomas Thompson at and the honored at a bridal shower \
united in marriage April 2 at 6 y.1 home of the latter on Morgan Wednesday March 31, given B 4
her mother
p.m in the Fine Valley Road. by Mrs. Rudolph
'r Pavlas her
Hol .ness at home on US-
Congregation Upon arrival the honoree 301N.
Church. Starke with Rev and Mrs.
Mrs. Douglas
David Hodges performing The refreshment table was .1
Thompson were presented
centered with a bridal
nuptials. corsages contrasting to the Kathy Swafford
Centering the altai was an color schemes carried out in centerpiece.
arch flanked b> arrangementsof Games with prizes were ,
the party area.
Carnations gladioli William Newham enjoyed by the 10 guests.
Several games were ,
Miss Cindy Bryan assistedin fRay
pompoms! and greenery b enjoyed by the 29( guests. T
Shirley :Moblev presented a Prizes were awarded to Judy Engagement serving. j
program of nuptial muse If!' \J' Padgett and Alice Atwood. !Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Swaf
Rocky Hoffler attended as '\ l' The refreshment table was ford of Starke announce the Norman kneeling left Wayne Faulkner Charley E. I
best man and ushers <.ere ;. ,\i .:. covered with a gold lace cloth engagement of their daughter, Nancy Johns Margaret Miller George I>. Canova and Leila Mll dy,
Kenn and Randy Thompson { '? and centered with an arrange Kathy, to William Lee standing l-r,were guests! of honor at a fish fry luncheon given by ,
brothers of the groom of 4'! t ment of blue a nd yellow mums Newham, Jr., son of the late HonoreeMiss Kill (kneeling right) and :Marie Tllley for employees of 1
Vicky Thompson sister "pC";+lr flanked by two blue candles William Lee Newham of Community State Hank last Saturday. j
the groom sere ed as- maid of L.tI ':,1 and a double set of white Orlando and Mr. and !Mrs Nancy Hull, fiance of I''
honor She store a yellow wedding bells. Clyde Hersey of Starke. Pat Henry, was honored at a Mr. And Mrs. Bill Tilley Host Party For i
"ith lace trim.
organza gown The hostesses presented the Wedding plans will be bridal shower Thursday night, !
She wore a \t'lhlI1d white honoree with the table center announced at a later date. April 1, give by Mrs. Frank
hat and carried a I bouquet of piece, electric cooker and a Bennett of Keystone Heights.A For Community Bank AnniversaryMr.
\ellow l'arnallon1th baby'sbreath white peignoir set as a yellow and green motif officers, directors
memento of the occasion. Mrs. Pearl of was carried out in the decora- and Mrs. Bill Tilley including of the bank
; by her Simpson and employees
( 1\en in marriage\ were hosts at an outdoor fish
rather the bride wore white North Miami Beach was guest covered at noon at and their families.
last Saturday
last week of Mrs. Nelma fry made
Brewer The occasion was
The bodice was Gary
organza gown linen tablecloth and centered their home in Saratoga
touched ith 'seed pearls long Keen. with a standing bride doll. Heights. The occasion was in more enjoyable by the
sheer slee\es and! A-line skirt.Htr Celebrates 3rd Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. Highlighting the refresh. honor of the Community StateBank's excellent and Julian cooking McRae.of Eldon
chapel train was Sapp
Wooten had as visitors !Mr. ment table was a cake beauti- 19th anniversary
enhanced with lace petals. BirthdayGary and Mrs. R.S. Glines of Jack fully decorated in the shower service in the community, and --
I I' i- waist t length\Yilof illusion theme. enjoyed by 48 guests,
'."- secured. to a seed pearl sonville on Thursday and Mrs. was Bud Lawson of Marion. N.C.
;tdra: She carried a nosegay of Don Brewer and Thelma Mendoza of Jacksonville Games awarded were played the Methodists is spending!! this week with his
>eilow. carnations and baby's grandfather Don Patray, on Friday prizes during To parents, Mr. and Mrs. II.A.
r celebrated their birthdays Lawson.
breath I ? Mrs. Ira D. Wells of Gulf hostess presented the Have Egg Hunt
\ reception was held in the \ Sunday, !March 28. at the
thuroh fellowship hall where -, home of !Mr. and Mrs. Gary Breeze spent Tuesday to Sun. honoree with a crock pot as a Mrs. Charles Darby spent
arrangements of carnations Brewer in Keystone Heights. day with her parents Mr. and memento of the occasion. Sunday, April11 1 1 last week with her son. Mike
gladioli and pompoms were -- After a family dinner cake Mrs. Barney McRae. Mr. The wedding will be an Darby, in Lima and Piura
j>ed a> decorations Becky L-.... and ice cream were enjoyedby Wells joined the family over event of April 28 at the First The Methodist annual Peru and attended Mike's
Hu'.chins: kept the bride's :Mr.and :Mrs.Ricky Thompson the families.On the weekend.Mr. United Methodist Church of Easter egg hunt will be held wedding to Ana Maria Can(>pa
:Dook April 1 Gary Don cele- Starke. All friends and relatives Sunday April 11, from 3.5 on Friday April 2.
The bride stable as Miss Huggins Honored At brated his third birthday by and !Mrs. Bill Mobley of are invited to attend. p.m. at Strickland's camp
>.i,"A ered w ith a w hite cloth and entertaining 23 of his friendsat Jacksonville were Friday grounds for ages nursery Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell of I
centered with a three tiered Brunch Saturday April3hss the Keystone Baptist nur overnight guests of Mr. and P.D. Reddish has returned through sixth grade. St.Augustine were last Friday
Adding cake topped ith a sery. Mrs. Tullie Norman. after three weeks confinementin Eggs will be provided by evening guests of Mr. and i
hnde and !troomlrs.:\ The Easter theme was used St. Luke's Hospital. Group Six. Mrs. Carl Hurst.DENMARK'S .
Bernice Baldree baked andu :\ Sandra Muggins. :May The U-shaped dining table throughout the party. i,
15 bride-elect was held a garland of yellow -
: the cake and was assisted After enjoying cupcakes ice
b:> Agnes Parrish complimented with a brunch pompoms and arrangementsof cream and punch, each child I
and bronze
Saturday at the Garden yellow
The groom's cake. was given Easter favors.
Restaurant given by :Mrs J R. pompoms were placed at the
in yellow was
head table and center of each
a'bride and \\alnrighl.Irs.: Charles
topped with Darby. :Mrs. J W Ritch. :Mrs.OL side table. Bridal place cards DUPLICATE ItUlDGECLL'B
groom table ( Haynes Jr. :Mrs\ :MackL. \ marked the seating RESULTSLora
centered The punch with a punch bowl was I \\ dliams and :Mrs Harold arrangement for the 30 guests, Francis and Liza
small C'lixlwm which included :Mrs George !Minesinger were the winning siuTi
flanked by two bouquetsof
tluggins. mother of the
spring flowers Presiding at couple at Duplicate Bridge
-- --- honoree Tuesday night.Irs.: R.A.
the punch bowl I were
Primadon Douglas and Local admittances The hostesses presented the Green and Mrs. J.D. Odom I
Flossie OsteenFollowing ford) County Hospital the past honoree u ith a cup and saucerin were second and Mrs. F.J.
\ a wedding trip to week include! : Dewev Fowler. her memento chosen of china the pattern occasion.as Shaw and !Mrs. S.W Hamilton
Disney World the couple is Lloyd Bryan Robert Lewis were third.
residing on :\; Walnut street. Edgar McCullough. :Mrs 1-ONLY EARLY AMERICAN GROUP
Deborah Coleman. :Mrs
:Mr and :Mrs Thompson are
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Thompson's Garage Heights; John -..}Vest,
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Fed. Income Tax Deadline April 15With Diann Mr. and Moore Mrs. Leonard, Estan V. Mosher Engagement pv3onatd r- --1u----

Moore of Starke announce the

only a few days remaining income tax deadline the Internal is still expecting a million tional forms or publications engagement and approaching Williams Mr. and and Mrs.daughter Richard -
until the April 5 Revenue Service says it income tax returns fromFlorlda's available at the local IRS marriage of their daughter, of Tallahassee .IR
errors Diann,to Estan Gary Mosher, Micayle, their
;});Jy.x-w.............. "Hopefully taxpayers., most of those office may be, many eliminated.Most common. son of Milton Mosher of High the weekend Mr. and with Mrs. Mack _
Commander' 'Taylorwas who have not filed yet will not" common errors cited Springs and Maywood Jonesof Williams parents. and Mr. and Mrs.
weekend guest of Mr. and wait until the last minute were neglecting to sign copy- Plant City. Adkinson.
Mr.and Mrs. Paul G. Brown Mrs. Walter Frick. Taylor said Charles O. DeWitt IRS ing figures from the wrong tax The wedding is planned for Warney
and family of Kingsley Lake formerly of Cula Vista Calif.I Director of Florida, noting tables adding or subtracting July 17 at 8 p.m. in the Pine Mr. and Mrs. William T
have moved into their new has recently been transferredto that more mistakes are madein incorrectly, forgetting to Level Baptist Church. and family of North
home on Bessent road. Mayport base. Other guests income tax returns pre- include Social Security or The bride-elect is a 1974 graduate Harper S.C. visited his brotherinlaw
Visiting them for six weeks is during the week include sons, pared in a panic to beat the other numbers requested on of Bradford High School Augusta and sister,Mr. and
Mr. Brown's mother Mrs. S.A. Dennis Frick of Bates and is presently attending
April 15: deadline. the form. Mrs. Richard St. John( Wed-
I Howard Brown of Field, Mobile,Ala.,AZ2 Ricky By reading instructions The IRS also noted that taxpayers Lake City Community nesday to Sunday. They were
Danielsville Ga. Frick and family of Whiting included in this year's package who file in April can College.Mr. in Orlando Thursday and Fri-
Field, Milton, Fla., Mr. and wait Mosher is a 1974 graduate
taxpayers may make the expect seven to ten weeks day to attend the graduation
Mrs. O.L. I Haynes Jr. spent Mrs.David Taylor of Oakland task easier and more accu- before receiving their of Santa Fe High School ot Harold Harper from Navy
last Monday to Thursday in City Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. rate, and by finding out addi- refunds. and has completed require-

Savannah, Ga. with her son- Gerald Worner of East ............................... ............................... ment Lake for City an AA degree Community from boot camp.
and Mr. and
daughter 111.
of Bolles Mr. and Mrs. W.E Seley of
Framhagen should He is presently
Mrs.Bobby Welch and family. Every young man College.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott Academy is visiting his uncle learn to take criticism. He'll employed as an insurance Kissimmee were weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Warren and family of Atlanta Ga. are and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. O.L. probably be a parent some- agent with Independent Life Diann Moore guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Winkler are on a seven day visiting Dr. and Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. from Wednesdayto day. Insurance Co. Thomas.4Oi .

tour of Munich Germany. Haynes, Jr. Friday. .- -

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.AM TIf..U
BORIS in Jack-
WITH THIS COUPON WITH A$7.50 OR W.O. APa1 1 7 sonville, competing
WED., APR. 14. 176. LIMIT- OF 320 SOUTH 1010.000 0..01.
-- other girls.
r.. WALNUT S Stack will be competing in
Ir .. the state Pageant in Orlandoon
July 2, 3, and 4.
EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPnceCENTER
EveryDayLowPriceAGAFTS Stacle was recently first
Discount runner up in the "Little Miss
Super Tiny Tot of Jacksonville"
LOTS contest. She has placed in
BEEF SIRLOINSTEAKS other contests also.
BONELESSHAMS Stacle Is the granddaughter
BOTTOM ROUNDROAST of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges
of Brooker and Mr. and Mrs
3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS Tiny Lovell of Theressa.

3 LB CAN 5 LB CAN FLORIDA ;W 1o.J now .
99 $ GRADE OR INSPECTEDCORN Mr. and Mrs. Olin White
GEORGIASHIPPED FED I:J helped their son and wife, Mr.
Wr and Mrs. Robert White, cele-
I. LB SAVy brate their second wedding
SAVE SAVI SILO anniversary Tuesday night at
1510 __ Art's Steak House in Gaines
ggl, ville.
Discount'FRESH Super Discount i
Every DayLowPrice TEND.ER
K Every DaytowPriceUS BONELESS BEEF CRISPCHUCK Attending the Passion Playin
were: Doug Reddish
CELERY Bakken, Eoline Green. Diane
POM IT ,W-OMOOMO OM PWCtBIS : i $100I Crews, Karen and Debbie f
: 14c Glover, Terri Smith. Mary
1iI; ; 2 *I28Q STALK I* M -. .._ Anne Miller, Sarah Biggs and "
f BOVT i3t1
U lvripr,41 i9rn uX j I Barbara Godwin. The group Rev.
accompanies by
coRN no f 21' was
i t 11' -_ George Harper. Mr. and Mrs.
30'' : 7 L- Discount Harry Green, Mr. and Mrs.
Super SWEET AND MELLOW Don Hardenbrook Mrs. John
BrwyDaytowPifce EveryDayLowPricePANTHV FIRM RIPE Miller and Mrs. Doyle Crews.
EveryDayLowPrkeCARNATION HART PRIDE e.a SPtITTOP Golden Ripe Enroute home the group

:::::::.. PEAS >c *ll SPCMT Aubrey Moore has returned

FRUIT COCKTAIL MATE 2/79c cartons $ 1 ,,!..re,,,.15C 9 from North where Florida he Regional was

160& 31/$ 39 17oi 5/$1 off 6 conned March 23.31
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CAN: I/' I
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OUH .. i COMPARE OUR MrCitt W TO I daughter of St. Petersburgwill
OUK!vIRvoaV You MVt COMPARE L : : l arrive Friday for 10 days
IOW/POtOW UP TO | 39"i CLlNI SCINE 'lOci father, W.L.
t 69 visit with her
I PUNIlt PIIDt STlAlllmV I'u Strawberries 95 14' Trash Bags Matthews,and family and Mr.
fltSH MSMflO SUCH OUM1EIS S II avl Whole and Mrs. Paul Meng. Mr.
$129 ...1 Dessert Cups I
Pork Loin Chops I 21. CANSeneca Meng will join the family on
MUACKCO MIEN 49eiLambreciit .' Sauce 3/S1" Easter weekend.Mr. .
Nf_ HMMO SUUMt CUT SHOUIDEI \ !Bread 2/$1/ 10 Garlic Bread < { Apple I
INUINC Italian 'I J
Roast :J M:: t. 69 I WHOII IKNU 01 UE M SITU I7M CANS .and Mrs. Gerald Griffis I
Lamb II INS 5AUA1 3MI / 1 17EveryDayLowPrice of Camp Blanding spent
Ii PAl UlCtt ;; 69 JLibby Com of last
NOT 001 "' Pizza n07FN Monday to Thursday
PANT I I PIIOI (III P11 68 '"' iijjirid Rolls 3/M/ 1 week with their son and
Skinless Franks 99' "' daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs.
I PtNTII PIIOI' 145 SLICED Sal I MOOI[11 I ll MD n011tl 29C -.1 Pa7tr"y'i i Pride Tea Bags Daniel Griff and baby son in
PAIGE' till PCI 79 101 Chopped Onions i Atlanta.Mr. .
89 '0'' Food Cake
Sliced Bologna 1 / SU OIL JP' .'l I7NE Cream TAILS INI Style Corn 4/M/ 1 and Mrs. M.C. Wells.

LANG Chipped'MOST i SSO Meats H03tl r
EveryDayLowPriceCONTADINA .and Mrs.Brad Locke and
I EveryDayLowPriceARM! I family of Bradenton, Mr and
EveryDayLowPriceDelMonte I i Mrs. Charlie Parker and
:I family of Miami, Mrs.
William DuBoise and
I HAMMER daughter of Gainesville Mrs.
Pantry REGULAR GRIND & TOMATO Lathe Parker and grandson,
Mrs. Mabel Denmark, Mr.
T.F. Hutto, Jr. and sons and
DETERGENT SAUCE Mrs. Gregory Monroe and
CATSUP daughters of Jacksonville.Mrs. .

W.H. Edwards, III I
underwent leg surgery I
Monday in Jacksonville NAS

LB i: fs11r 70oz 8oz CAN Hospital.Mr. .

BTL and Mrs. Lester Fans-
: .tr S1 ford of Palestine, 111. and Mr.
\ 1JALlIlA and Mrs. Leonard Weirs of
,,,.. Jeannette Pa. were Monday
0 '"' lm 12 QUART of LTC and Mrs. V.J
t IftirnT/ BBBflBBBBf*** 12DISH QTLAUNDRY visitors
**>lU l T" vENVE STYLE
', W U.I ii' WICKER Spengler and also visited Mrs.

24 QTWastebasket SPOUTPAIL PAN Emma County Hospital.Mr. Badman. in Bradford

BASKET YELLOW OR BROWN .and Mrs. R.W. Douville
R tDP 1.5 BUSHEL YELLOW' Lloyd Grider of St. Simons
Island, Buddy Grider of Fer-

39 oI 9ge.oliSe \3 SAVE 50' 9ge Ui, { 9ge Mrs.family nandina Kenneth of Beach Starke and were Grider Mr.Sunday and and

:IoPjS dinner guests of their parents,
n r.----------- Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Grider.
S32BSs..Eya' I Buddy remained until Wed
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-- -- nesday.
IIIr:! DIXIE LILY, SAVE Kathy Casey was or. the
PLAIN'BBLP'U.INQ.UN.L.ACH.D II SAVE FOLGER'S I Dean's list at the University of
II Florida in the winter quarter.Mrs. .
P.IBIMOBALLARD II COFFEE 11 I Vergie Barksdale and
FLOUR II :.OT. ,-u..BAQS.4 Mr. and Mrs. Robert
I aL' BAG : II CASH welt TMIB COUPON PAHTMV PttlDIOK JCASH 0.::1,41: BTOHIB WBO APK.,.1'.. iJ Barksdale spent .
). ..APtt.T.TMMUWBDUBBbAT .SONAROA'AMa.14" Friday with Mr. and Mrs.A.K.
I CASH WITH THIS, COUPON AT PANTHV I CASH WITH Oil Old TillS BTOP1BB COUPON.HBO,AP PANTS.*1'.'TM"UJ: "Q1." T0111SAD.. ,....?..M,""$ ._) __. :.... --- - Thomas In Avon Park.Aprll8.1976 .
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I Page 16 TELEGRAPH April 8, 1978

? 4-H, FFA Members Earn *3 7,000At

I IL -k Fourth Annual Show And SaleMore

than $37,000 changed pounds gained for an average
hands last Saturday night as of 2.52 pounds per day He was
32 Bradford and Union County awarded $42.48 for first placein
FFA and 4-H members the contest. The Lake
auctioned their wares in the Butler Junior FFA chapterwon ,
annual Cattleman's second place with an l
Association Steer and Swine average of 2.46 pounds per day :
Show and Sale, winding down and the Lake Butler Senior -mi. _
) TI- the 26th Bradford County FFA chapter took third place
Fair. with an average gain of 2.44 oi

Worrell of Lake per day. !
Winners of the 4-H record 4J
Butler earned the Grand 4
book contest, sponsored by
award for i
,\ Champion a 1,030
The Rancher, were Jammie
pound angus steer which sold
of first
Whitehead Bradford r
for a total of $2,458 with add- place, Darren Brown of Union
Bradford FFA member Everette Hayes still holds tightly to ons, according to Cattleman's second, and Cordellia Welchof .
l'J the reigns of his Reserve Champion steer, which brought $1.09 Association treasurer Ray Union, third. i
per pound in sale to Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake Butler Norman. Best FFA record books 11I t
''J Cattleman's Association president Shands Howard, Mrs Randy Merritt of Starke were kept by Johnny Welch, ;t I
Paul Riherd and Mrs. Riherd ((1-r) showed the Grand Champion
I ( A N Howard, bank president who is a member of the Lake rruv'
seem thrilled with their 995 pound Angus Cross Hereford. 220 pound swine, which Butler Senior FFA Chapter. r
"J brought $2 per pound and Second place in the judging, i
,. topped five entries in the which is sponsored by the
swine portion of the show and Gainesville Stockman Supply,

sale.The went to Zed Hamilton of
27 steers auctioned by
Angaleta Haymans and Bradford County and third
Kay Crawford, left, take hold of a 1,102-pound Angus va.. C Buddy Clark before capacity place was captured by Melody
Keefmaster offered for sale by Union County 4-11 member crowd Saturday night broughta Wilson of the Lake Butler
Darren Brown. The steer brought 80 cents per pound. ffl total of $34,914 to Bradfordand Senior chapter.

j Union County FFA and 4- Showmanship Award for the
l r H members. Swine sales best presentation of his steerin .
Ilt vj brought a total of $2,480.50 to competition went to Zed /ry Itt" rt' I
I isH the students. Hamilton, who was chosen by
.It.. \ Average selling price of the judge Don McCormick, SSs
26,479 pounds of beef at the regional FFA director.
.1 Hamilton, a member of the
._ fourth annual show was $1.31
-- rI.A Bradford FFA Ray Crawford left, purchases a Charolais Hereford from
:; per pound, or $1,293 per steer County ,
L Union County FFA member Clint Wilson for the Bradford-Union
received for the
with add-ons. Average weightwas a trophy
honor. Cattleman's Association. The steer paid 75 cents a pound and
981 pounds and the
'./t. .. average ring sale price was 86 Cindy Griffith won the weighed 1,096.
cents per pound. Average herdsman award for the best-

t{ ..W. .. .wtT... e1F.v.ihll'11 81.11/ price per pound with add-ons, kept stall and animal. ,
contributions Winner in the Home Grown v ,
or was 131.
Bradford-H member Jimmy Hawkins presents his 818-pound contest for the best beef born \
,pyr SG Cross to buyer Ernest Triest of Triest Construction, which Reserve Champion steer, and raised in Bradford or f
purchased the steer for 68 cents per pound. sold by Everette Hayes of Union County was Dacie

Brooker, brought $1.09 per Tuggle of Union County FFA,
I pound for a total of $1,540.95 who showed the grand I

with add-ons. champion. Second place wentto 1 7rij ,t It
Reserve Champion swine Harry Faulkner of the
was shown by Billy Gnann of Bradford County "'FAho t

4L1. Starke. showed the reserve champ.In .
Total add-ons across the
; board were$5,936.98 this year, the Fair Association
Norman said.Average judging Wednesday, Otis
price of pork on the Starling won top honors witha
Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake Butler bought this 951 hoof at the annual show and grand champion Brahma
pound Angus Charolais Cross from Union County .FFA. member sale was $1.30 per pound and bull. Mark Reddish showedthe
Terry>' Tuggle. on right. Cattleman's Association president the average hog sold brought grand champion female,
Shands Howard and bank president Paul Kiherd (I-rl) seem 496.10 with add-ons. Total an Angus Hereford Cross won
pl1'3tl'dlilh the steer which sold at 70 cents a pound.<< 4 weight of the swine was 1,104 in the 1974 Calf Scramble.
./ \) ) pounds and average weightwas Some 20 female breeds were
221 pounds. shown in the fair-opening
..i ",;. Choice resale steers brought judging. Evertette Hayes was
f .... ;{ t selected as the best 1975 Calf
,.tl i 'g 38 cents per pound and good
... .1, beef went for 37 cents per Scramble helper.
'.. "", .) pound. The annual steer show and
: ;& .:' ,. The weight-gain contest, sale, which spans two nights
'I' which measured 115 days, was of the fair, is sponsored by the

.. ..-.....: ... .\ '.AI';" won by Rodney Griffis of the Bradford Union Cattleman's fAk I,
Bradford County FFA whose Association to promote j
Union FFA agricultural advisor Jimmy Brown and Glen steer showed a total of 290 interest in the cattle business. ;
Howard (l-r) of Lake Butler discuss Howard's purchase of this t; I:4\ i
SG Cross al SI cents while :Mrs. 'a." N1111w :
890 pound Angus a pound
Howard helps seller Dwayne Crawford a Union "-II member, / \ .:.>a .J'_" ..........., |7'S

steady the steer 3l L KJ.T. ;.; ,... \
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of. s

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r\:4$ ; Parrish, left Is not as wistful about the sale of this
: Ut2t Hereford Slmital as his daughter and ".11 member Tl'rry.ltt'r
.. 4J all, Terry raised the 865-pound steer, which sold to Craig Salley
at 86 cents per pound.

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Jillllj>es, left, of the Brooker 4-11 Club, is about to turnover I to. .s. ..< ".<.. A r .
ownership of her 1128-pound Hereford Cross to buyer John >:'IrJJI. .. ,# '/t'I "!7'ti. .-

Marcus Howard and his grandson John HI from Pioneer Farms 't...:; .. ;":y.. ," 'N v'J ..'" 'Vv'.: .'..;1\\.'":..". ;"' 1 St
for a price of 79 cents per pound. J' .t r ;- fvw'"

1a f... ."94: ". l k"Daddy /.1. ;.-J;, i'- Y.
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can I feed the cow?" asked three-year-old Allssa. I J "
M daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kent of Lawtey. Of course, the
} mother of the fair's triplet calves had no objections to the feed- I t ,
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Jimmy Brown, left, of Brown's Grocery of Worthington ., 4. t '
Springs, represents his store in purchasing the Union County +
The Bradford County<< FFA chapter steer, weighing 1.045 FFA Senior Chapter steer for 92: cents a pound. Union County Union, FFA member Melody'Wilson, on right turns over
pounds and shown by FFA member Charles Marshall center, FFA member Lester Crawford presents Brown with the 1.015 ownership of her 1.001 pound<< Hereford SG Cross to :Morris
was sold at 73 cents a pound. Buyers of the Angus! Cross pound steer. Brown Jr.. representing Fletcher Farm Equipment The steer
Limousine are Lonnie Thompson, left of the Gainesville brought 75 cents a pound.
Llu'otockIarkl't: and Hall Herring right of the Gainesville
stockman' Supply. Bill Snead of Winn Dixie on left purchases the 98t-pound
Angus! Hereford Cross offered by the Union County FFA. Junior Howard Auto Parts representative Wilson, left, purchases a
Chapter. The steer, held by UCFFA member Jack Shaw, sold at 955-pound Angus Charolais Cross at 75 cents per pound from
I1.6J: per pound. Bradford KFA member Johnny Welch.t .

Ray Norman,left, takes a good look at a 1.0O4 pound Hereford
Cross Simltal purchased for Community State Bank at 70 cents
s per pound from Mark Joyner. Y

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Sonny Griffis. right, of the Bradford County FFA turns over
the reigns of Ms 1.033. pound Charolais
Ray Williams of Publlx Supermarket. Inc.. left, holds the Fair and' Pride Bernard Food
blue ribbon won by Union County 4-11 member Jon Brown for cents per Pant! rl'preseatatl\'e Jerry at n r A
this 910-pound Hereford Cross which brought 87 cents a pound.

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iLI 1. reigns of his 1.077 pound Hereford Cross which earned for him 69 r
on.cents a pound in sale to Tries Construction as Dora Triest looks

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J.T. Parrlsh, left, representing Industrial Tractor Company
of Jacksonville, purchases a !Mift-pound CharolaN at xo cents \pe>
1 'S ( pound from Union County 4-11 member Tammie Johns


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Grand champion steer at the Cattleman's Association Steer Jerry Bernhard. grocery specialist Bobby Sapp. market ;
Show and Sale is shown by Union County 4-11 member Hobby manager Charlie Harris Starke store manager Bennie Rogersand f
Worrell right. Food Fair and Pantry Pride bought the 1.030: market supervisor Bobby Hoffman (l-r) are all nearby to j fj t t
pound Angus purebred at $1.65 per pound. District manager claim their grand champion buy

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Whnt loll YtHtScvIgn'tAltcavnWhat' Yon Get .
ATLANTA Dollar- Roy I 1) McDonald, meat Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan representatives Harold I ,
conscious consumers who are grading supervisor in the Davis and Latrelle Hamilton, left seem happy with their
looking for special deals to fill Southeast for t'SDA's: purchase of a 900-pound Charolais Cross Angus for HI cents a \ 1 ki
their freezer, are apt to find Agricultural Marketing pound from Bradford County 4-11 member Tammy Baldree. i
that the dollar isn't the only Service, said that consumers !
thing that shrinks in the should take other things into i
market place. consideration when buying
meat b lor their freezer
This is especially true when r t
t they buy carcass beef and There are eight USDA
aren't really aware of all thatis grades. .. for beet and each Union FFA member Sonny Brown delivers his l.il( : !
involved in such a purchase. grad. .. is a measure of a distinct Beef master to W inn Dixie representative Hill Sneitd al t ;a prin; -d<
For example a beef carcass, lex el nl quality. The grades( 83 cents per pound.
:'. side or quarter Is normallysold are: !Prime, Choice, Good,
by it's hanging weight! Standard Commericial
which means the weight Utility, Cutter and Canner
before cutting and (trimming. The three lower grades are
Therefore, the amount of seldom if e\er sold at retail +
counters but are used insteadto
usable meat will be considerably tep I
less how much !less make ground beef and t ..
manulaclured meat items
can vary substantially. I
such as frankfurters.

For, a beef carcass, cutting McDonald said that more
loss bone( fat trim and information is available in a
normal! shrinkage) could vary USDA pamphlet titled "How U 2 y':41i .'
from 20 to 30 per cent or more to Buy Meat lor Your
? : w according to the U.S. Freezer." For a single free .j,
Department of Agriculture copy write to the z1
AF USDA( A 23 per cent loss Southeastern Regional] 1 Information 'r it 4 e I
" -4 which\ is not unusual means Office, AMS, r 1 J .
, ; that a .300-pound side of beef USDA Room 220. 1718 H ,
would yield 225 pounds of Peachtree St N.W Atlanta, V s
, usable meat cuts. Ga. 30309. 1' '
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Bradford County FFA member Robin Welch, right, steadies i4 iy : Bradford 4-11 member Gene Joyner. left presents his 9i.7-! I
her 221-pound swine with one hand as buyer Harold Herring of pound Angus Hereford Cross to James Balkcom. representim
the Gainesville Stockman's Supply looks to ownership of his SI the Bradford-Union ('altleman's'isoda lion, which paid <...
per pound catch.Harold cents a pound for the steer

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Union County 4-11 member Cordelia Welch right. presents her
972-pouRlllltoreford to J.T., Parrish. ho purchased the steer at Ph. 964-8576*'
83 cents per pound for II.S. Camp and Sons of Ocala.

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Thigpen of Copeland Sausage, left prepares to take 1 1

ownership of the 212-pound, swine purchased from Bradford 4-11 J + Yt
member Handy Hjlkcom at II per pound. : r 0

i tr Bradford County FFA member Zed. Hamilton left presents
his 940-pound Angus( Hereford to Food Fair buyer Jerry
\ Bernard district manager.( Food Fair purchased the steer at 90

Grand Champion twine raiser Randy Merrlt. son of Mr. and cents per pound. .
Mrs Homer Hart of Starke. turns over the 220-pound pork to Mr.
and Mrs Ray William of Publix Supermarkets at a price of S2 I II
per pound. Randy is a Bradford County 4-11 member. Alachua :Milling Enterprises reprrsentathe Ernest: Spencer, s. I
left buys a 002poundngus Cross at 90( cents per pound from ;
f Union County 4-11 member Martha billiams.L' I
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r grabs the reigns of a 949-pound Angus sold for 82 cents >. pound
by Union County FFA member Dacee Tuggle.shFT .


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Tommy Hamilton, left, vice president of the Bradford-UnleeCattleman's I .., .1
Association, presents Billy Gnann the Reserve -
trophy for his 231 pound swine. Copeland Sausage Ricky May ben of the Broofcer 4-11 Club center, received f 1 per -
Champion the pig at '1.50 per pound from the pound for the sale of his 217 pound swim to Robert Worrell and Ray Crawford, left represented Marvin Prltchett In buying
Company Bradford County purchased......\ member, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. his four-year-old son Travis of Robert* Cash and Feed Store In this 1,203-pound Angus Cross Limousine at 75 rents a pout *
Worthington Springs. .. from Bradford County 4-11 member Jamie Whitehead.I .
Bill Gnann of Wilson Road in Starke.

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TELEGRAPH April, 1976
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26th County Fair Runs Smoothly, r

Attracts Record AttendanceRecord

attendance of more hearted support of our local
than 35.000 well-behaved merchants the many volunteers r
Bradford County Fair patrons who devoted unselfishlyof
caused few problems, accord- their time and the citizensof 'Mr.
ing to Chamber of Commerce Bradford, Union and Clay Finding
director Bill Wilson. Counties," said Warren Carver -

,president of the Bradford I

Biggest!; day of the fair wasChildren's County Fair Association Plans Of 1W ;.

Day on Friday, ;
when youngsters entered fair

gates free. More than 15.000 New parking facilities alleviated "I
visitors to the fair viewed the 1976 Miss AmericaSince ,
90 exhibition booths and chal- much of the confusion 't
experienced in
the rides and previous
lenged games of _
but remedial action is J7I
the midway Friday, Wilson years already being planned to eliminate becoming Miss America pageant and to pro-
said. America Godm she said. ,
the few incidences of 1976 Tawney mote honesty, -
has turned around in her Her reasons for entering the '
traffic congestion arose
I future plans which will now Miss America pageant were to
on Friday Saturday. .
Saturday activities II I include a career in news earn money primarily, and to
encouraged an attendance of Ij I broadcasting and marriage toa get public exposure to her

more than 10.(CH)0) ) Wilson said. j doctor. musical compositions.
ride tickets sold of and Miss Godin said she has
Advance "Every effort will be madeto A portrait poise
\better than last year, as 12,500 improve the fair facilities I beauty. 19-year-old Miss earned $16000 to pay for her
rides, were sold by the Chamber so that subsequent fairs will America said in an interview education and will soon have
of Commerce at a reducedrate provide maximum service for April that she would be moving her music published, thereby

Only' 8.500( ) advance ride fair patrons" Carver said. to the Los Angeles area attaining both goals. .. .
tickets were sold at the 1975 with her husband when her She also met her fiance'after .. s1
Fair reign is completed to begin becoming Miss Americaand r .....:y.s .
described him as "too
'studies in news broadcasting. looked _. ., .
Many organizations gave She to good to be true. She ---- -- -- -- -
What amazed me was the away prizes at booths and displays degree formerly in linguistics planned at Skid-earna for high ambition intelligence \ Lights from the ferris wheel and nearby Tempest swirled four almostconsUnt as fair visitors from all around tented t:;..:.
lack of crowd problems. There throughout the fair 'more College in New York, education and love of' days and nights during the Bradford County Fair. Movement ability to withstand dlixlnesft.
were no fights no one was bUildings.. Among winners near her home town but now traveling as desirable attributes
unruly Even the drunks were :Ms Flora Kilby, who to remain in touch with in choosing her mate.
didn belligerent," Wilson cooker in hOpeS
get won a pressure a
the public. of
"Obviously, because my
raffle sponsored by the Brad-
said.One runaway girl was ford Farm Bureau Ladies Will she sacrifice her crown height" I looked for someone
located at the fair and taken Auxiliary for the kidney fund. |'or marriage No, she replied tall, Miss Godin added.the tallest At
5'10" Miss Godin is erf
into custody Mrs Kate Sheppard won the ,emphatically Miss Godin will
'The success of the fair can solar energy kit raffled by the ,use her reign to( speak to misconceptions Miss America ever chosen.
be attributed to the whole- CUUB Economic Agency about the Missnerica. People should be involved in k

1 VS I' I .. -- -.--, "" II' I politics and government and
should get to know their candidates -
Miss Godin said of the
I k
t upcoming election. She has r

____ not chosen a candidate and
vows to always vote independ- .y
ently despite her party affiliations -

particularly in this, her ,?4 r .
first, vote. She has been too .f
young to vote until this year. ,

"I. do not advocate decriminalization -
of marijuana or /
I condone its usage. It is good r
r E that its heyday is over," Miss
'.4 t, rI America said. "It is far too
+ _ large and not a safe step to
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I \ take. It might lead to larger a le
things we may not be able to -- r

i' handle in our political system.
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Miss America signed hun- -

4 :r dreds of autographs for visitors -
to the Bradford County \
Fair In her four-hour visit to

the fairgrounds last Thursday ,/ .
She also toured the 90 \
booths and fair exhibits as n

!' : well as the livestock barn in / _
; her visit. The Bradford
Candy apples,cotton candy and homemade Ice cream were in
of five
County stop was one abundance at the fair. Lynn :M ox ley found this candied apple to
visits she will make to the
be particularly tasty.
Sunshine State during her

,. .... ... .,. __, Appearance of !Miss
.. 5 + 'f l'N:' '.. ..o-- """' America was sponsored by the
"Youant me to touch him? Where?" asked a dainty :Miss! Ar Tawney Uodin. when Starke-Bradford County .
asked to pose with the grand champion bull and its owner Otis ling, in her tour of exhibits at Chamber of Commerce and
I the fair during her four-hour v isit Thursday afternoon and evening t.; Miss Godm, a New Yorker the Fair Association
said she was amazed at the variety of home-grown products at the f air.

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Four-year-old Dwain just can't take any more of the
-' F itMi excitement and allows daddy Jerry Thompson to give him the
i AA. I IFI J quietest ride he's had all night.

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"f Poultry WinnerTimmy

\ Baskms was the

e most outstanding winner in
I ionel Griff of Starke takes the Poultry and Rabbit
lime out from the rides to r-_ ., ?S competition at the 1976 Brad-
idled some pizza at a midway / ford County Fair with Rhode x.
stand. Island Reds comprising two
hens and a rooster

Blue ribbon winners include
-r Jimmy Bank, Mike Aston
k eight ribbons; Timmy
r Gaskins nine; Eddie Griffis
+ \ six; Johnny Coward three:
Pat Mundorff, John Colhngs-
.,r Jrr worth, four; Terry Saucer, Lee-Jay Johns son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L.Johns of Starke.
". Paul Dale Landry, Butch on left, was downright serious about driving his sportster in one
Faulkner, Bobby Rehberg, of the midway rides at the fair. It was a good thing he was

........ .. : two; Bruce Rehberg. Ricky looking where they were going because Lisa 1.8""on.,, daughterof /:
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:. Norman two; Michael :Mr. and :Mrs. David Lawson was having too good a time to

.\.. ,;,,.,( Wanelta Woodham of Kingsley Lake gets her blood pressure checked for free at the blood pressure Andrews, four; Paula Tanner bother.
I :;,. check stand operated by the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Robert Fuller of Kaiford. right two; Dollis Marnu, Ricky ark'" 9 T.-
W' pronounced :Missoudham "on the low' side of the normal range." Gunter Charles Starling. fi- y4 # :

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f,* Io "",:, Dai'id Causey Wins Horticulture Sweepstakes Red ribbon winners include 7i/II ...... e ,<
Tommy Balkcom, Annette ,,, ."'!" .
Christine Black, tops off Balkcom, Paul Futch, two; .VI rJIf., ., :' .\
I Thursday afternoon at the fair David Causey's favorite the sweepstakes ribbon in the Locke (herb catnip), Bucky John demons two; Dennis "These are really ""'.e." .....
bv collecting/: an autographed female is 'Janet Craig a horticulture division of the Melton Bill James and Judy Bennett John Shuford Randy something, says :Miss ; 1
photo of :Miss America. dracaenia which won for him Bradford County faIr. Thomas. 2) EugeneJohns, Joe Curtis, two; Danny Griffis, America as she inspects the
_... U h. .._ Daniels. !Mathew Griffis, Freddie chickens and roosters at the 1r
Janet Craig is a twoyearold fair Thursday afternoon.
Clark Donna Brezalorich,
corn plant standing about .
a x3ryI' CLASS 11 John Collmgsworth five:; P. Q'
? 18 inches high, and Causey t
s +l would pick her up first in FLOWERING:. HOUSE Anderson, S. Douglas, Eddie
Gaskins include V Porchiazzo, two C
PLANTSSaintpalillas Griffis six. Timmy ;
his most
1 precious three !Mike Aston four N Douglas John Lefevcrs. two;
fop ,r. rJ' belongings Causey, coownerof ( African ; P Anderson Gregory May
local leatherjewelryplantshop 'Violet) 1)) Ms. H L. Gibson, Porchiazzo, Barry Watt ben, two, Wayne Duncan
White ribbon winners ,
Euphoria, has been Joyce Winstead. 2)) Joyce
nurturing plants for years, Wmstead. Jackie Tuggle '
especially while earning his Begonia -1)) Anne Greene 2))
degree in political science at Johnny Hutchuson i'-
the University of Florida. Miscellaneous 11 Anne
Greene, Norma Crew

The dracaenia was enteredin CLASS 111
Class I, or non-flowering Aloe 1)) Betty Bennett 2))
house plants class of the fair. J'Lene LaffonChristmas
Other winners include: Cactus I 1))
Martha ToddEuphorbia1)
) Edna Norton I..
2)) Joe Daniels
: Echeveria 2)) Daphne ;
1a' Robinson ,
Araucaria Excelsa 1)) Walt Miscellaneous Cactus 1) ( t !

Westcott Sarah Norton 2)) Edna Norton r pofI
Philodendron 1)) Nancy Miscellaneous Succulents a

Locke 2)) Edna Norton r '
IP' Palms 1)) Gert Ryan Grafted Cactus 1) Edna I (
Sanservieria 2)) Edna Norton _
Norton CLASS IV nf; '.
Syngonium-2)) Edna Norton HANGING BASKETS I
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Miscellaneous 1) Nancy '.
t Chlorophytum ( Spider f'. ,
Plant) 1)) Martha Todd 2)

Photos/ tty Nancy Locke Midway light gleamed and spun until Saturday night, when

[ \\ral (Tradescantia Wandering) 2))Jew Bill rides such as these packed up and headed for yet another county It takes two hands to handle this Bradford County turnip from

David Causey shows his favorite girl,.Janet I rail. _IIPtr,;.1' Adams fair the agricultural exhibit found three-year-old Edward Brown.