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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 15, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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97th Year STARKE, FLORIDA Cents
39th Issue Thursday,April 15, 1970! Copy


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I ; Local insurance writer and has since opened his own School Administrators Shifted "
I Merrill Williams celebratedhis agency in Starke.A ,
twentieth anniversary former city councilmanand ,
with State (Farm Insurance by recreaction board

writing almost two million member, Williams is a past
dollars of life insurance, master of the Starke Masonic
according to State (Farm Lodge, a deacon of the First
Insurance Companies of Baptist Church of Starke and
Jacksonville. In 1975 was Bradford County Five New Teachers Approved
Williams began his Executive Director of the
insurance: career in lr! >f> under Billy Graham "Time To Run"
the direction of A.J. Fleming, presentation. .

f Motion in the administral.ive branch of the Bradford

County School System will add one and a half functions

Hampton's Water without increasing existing personnel and will cost no

money while "putting siren gths where we need them,"

said Superintendent Richard I Jorkel in presenting a pro-

posal unanimously approved by the school board Monday
Pressure Problem night.

"All were being paid ad ninistrative salaries before,

and no additional cost will\ c<[me unless they (the school

Remains UnsolvedHAMPTON board) decide on a raise," Jo ekel said. A special meetinget

y April 23 at 3 p.m. has been : to discuss administrativeaff

.II Forty-six after resident was the low salaries.
re,,. ( residents signed J a petition water pressure. Changes in the teaching st to include five additional ,

i Monday night protesting low The residents complained of instructional and six non-ins I.ructional positions was also I

water pressure in the system not being able to take showersor unanimously approved by I the board in the two-hour
owned by Arthur Bruno, get sufficient water at Bra iford will four of
night. High gain
meeting Monday <:
mayor of the town, and some times. Some said the water
,0 signed affidavits said they tastes so bad they get drinking the new teachers for basic skills education in English,

i1 + believed the low pressure water elsewhere math, social studies and sci ence.

constitutes a health hazard. Opp and Babe stressed that Bradford Middle School will as principal at Southslde Ele

Bill Opp. subdistrict low water pressure could lose six teachers with the im mentary, Bradford Middle
manager in the Jacksonville allow outside water to plementation of the sixth School and the high school,
office of the FloridaDepartment infiltrate the city system, grade move to Lawtey, Starke and was superintendent of
jr t of which would be a health and Southside Elementary schools) from 1964 till 1972.

Environmental Regulation, hazard. Schools next fall. Starke Ele- "Basically, the major
and Bill Babe, enforcement Bruno said he currently has mentary will gain three basic thrust of the program will be
officer in the DER 102 customers Rates for 5,000 teachers and a physical education minimum standards for gra
Jacksonville office, were in gallons per month is $::1,65, he teacher Southside will duation. Compulsory attendance -
Hampton Monday night said. Bruno said the numberof pull in an additional three to gain credits for graduation
r- taking statements from water customers has basic and one physical education and basic skills testing
residents, getting the petition, declined, that new wells are instructional personnel and studies will be incor-
and handing out affidavit drilled every month in the and Lawtey will be alloted two porated into a continuation ofwhat
forms to some 50 residents town basic one Title I, a half is now trying to be
present tor the special I exceptional child educationand achieved," Casey said.
meeting. The affidavits wereto Berries Scarce a physical education Casey and (Francis together
be turned over to the DEK teacher. requested the' additional

10! legal staff for action to he In Cool Weather In a matter of minutes withno
decided upon by the attorneys. questions asked the Bradford
Opp said. l.wiil -trawln-rry growers County School Board Tiro Sf'c'IOlU; :

n In answer to questions. describe' I Ihlsl''k's crop as unanimously approved
Brunnhn presently light; and the quality good, but changes in all except four SPf'. I I'nfir/41 I1
operates the waterworks, the red l liradlord berries county school administrative
Edward: Janowskl of Sallnawlich": on left, is tak"lIto the Inside the crushed vehicle for several I minutes while rescue assured the group the water is 'carer a!I" a result ul recent positions, to become effectivefor .';PCo.WIfJt 1J. Ilf
I hospital with serious injuries Tuesday morning when a tractor workers struggled to release him.Janowskl Is still listed in critical Ix'ing checked periodically' to COol weather the 1976-77 school year.
trailer struck a Mi-turning vehicle, then juck-knifed to strike condition at the University of Florida :Medical Center in make certain it meets health Mrs' Siiiulru Norman of Personnel changes include: I
.la mm ski's southbound> '. The 5l-: >ear-old man was pinned Gainesville. pafely; Ktamlards. Bruno said Nornuiii's' Produce said that teachers for Bradford High to ,
toe water has been IlI'r-l<(tr '\\' Kirk's sell for-FW Thomas L Casey, Jr. now achieve the basic skills objec K
chlorinated since January rents 11 pint and! $11( or $7 for principal at Hampton Ele live, Casey said. r

ThreeVehicle US301'Slnash when special equipment was I l.i Is.Mrs., mentary, will remain on con- "We're also thinking of ..,
Up installed for that purpose. : 1,1 D.1 Griffis; said (that tinuing contract as principalat debate, drama the advanced ,i
Opp agreed with Bruno that the Ix-trics .ire light this week Bradford High School, maths and sciences. These
the bacterial count in the and the' price on her strawberries \ replacing Charles Francis at may also be enhanced with the :
water system meets state >ell for $r> to $11( a flat. the post. Casey entered the additional personnel" Casey
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Man health standards. Opp's Mrs. ;Norman; said that she Bradford County school system added.
Critically Injures Michigan
concern !Monday night and hopes the supply will pick up in 1949! as an elementary The new principal will be
the concern voiced by resident next I weekBrothers teacher at Lawtey has servedLawtey's assisted full time by I loth C.C.
Anderson and Charles Hall,
ralzr A 5I-ye..r.old: Saginaw( ..
I who is relieved from art
Michigan man was seriously
duties for
197677.
[ [ ltrh'THURS. \" injured Tuesday when a semi teaching Board member Arthur
1,1', nstillt. tractor-trailer ran into the Bluegrass Park Gaskins opposed movement of
back of one car, and jackknifed -
Hall from half time to full
across US-:101: into his
time in the assistant principal
car intersection.at the Weldon Street Comes Alive 2325Admission position saying that the new

Edward Jankowski was April fencing to be erected over the
.... summer should alleviate
listed in critical condition
Tuesday in the University of Toe tapping bluegrass and The HarmonyGrits for Friday or many of the discipline '
Florid Medical Center in sounds will fill the town of Bluegrass join Satur- Sunday only is $5 per day and problems al the high school. I
Gainesville. Jankowski. was Law ley at the Bluegrass day's picking jamboree. Saturday charges are $8. Gaskins could not sustain a
tea) pinned inside his car, which Music Park beginning l\pn123 Admission for all three days is majority, however, to slop the I
was struck by the petroleum for a weekend! of festivities $15. Children under 12 pay;! $1per move.
which will include more than 1 Director of School Services
the
carrier when
happened along US-301 al just car 50 performances both on stage In the past the Law tey show Jesse Moore will accept the
and under the trees in the has drawn crowds of up to principalship at Bradford
the time the truck jack-knifed
and of :Middle School on continuing I
campground, according to 10.0UU people brings one
the four-laned
., across highwayin
APRIL15 Starke. promoter Ken Clark. the nation's largest turnouts. contract Moore,w ho has been I
Rapid picking of Lester Bluegrass festivals at llatchctt with the Bradford School Sys.
F F11h Jankowski extracted
FEDERAL INCOME ,j' was .
Platt( and Nashville Grass Creek April 2-4 and a tern since 1958, will replace
TAX RETURNS DUE from the his vehicle Bradford by personnelof leads the long list of popular scheduled concurrent pro Lennard Register at the post I
County I
sounds to be heard at the sixth gram in Cocoa will not detract Myrna Lou Kahn, a third-year
Service and membersof
Rescue
SAT., APRILI7YARD annual Florida Spring Convention from this year's attendance, administrator, will move into
the Starke (Fire Department : ;"
of Bluegrass Music tt)" r '. Clark says At least 6,000 are (See Page 2tDalsler )
SALE called to the scene to aid in his ; \ -<
which at 5:30 "Y LFz to turn the
wrecked. convenes : p.m.'rid.JY } expected Lawtey
removal from the
Church of God H.vkUnders view the first vehicle struck by a tractor-trailer (- and is scheduled to '; turf next weekend. Clark

Youth truck Tuesday morning on t'S-301 at Weldon Street. Driver Gary car.Three disband Sunday afternoon .,t estimates.
Brownlee & Church Sts. Bruce Hakken and passenger Bruce Movers were not seriously other persons were around 4:30.: Performancesuntil From an obscure beginning
treated and released from the
injured in the accident.Teachers. Bradford County Hospitalafter midnight are scheduledfor .. ,: six) years ago in Lawtey. bluegrass -
RUMMAGE SALE
the three-day stand. festivals have grown in
the accident. They were
SRl008miS.olStarke i .
The Osborn Brothers B G Florida to a schedule of 17
Roger Gilbert Kocnig. 32,
ea."v 5 p.m. Seeking Jacksonville, driver of the big Ramblers Friends of the ,: shows for the 1976 summer
in the state
and the Sunshine season
Theress. :Fire Dept. truck; Gary Bruce Bakken Bludgrass 't prwAZ
17, Starke, driver of the first Bluegrass Boys are among Clark and Waters also plana
MONDAY, APRIL car, and Bruce Moyers 17, others to appear at the park, ll ..z summer convention June 23-
Better Salary Starke, a passenger in the located about one-half mile Lester Flatt 26 expecting The Stonemans
ELKS Bakken vehicle. west of US-301 on SH-223 in The Bluegrass Tarheels. The
AND ELKETTES Police reported that Koenig, west Law ley. which begins at II 30a m. and Lincoln Mercury Partners to I
Covered Dish. 7 p.m. in the tractor-trailer. Campers trailers and closes at midnight appear. A fall string-picking is
Meeting e pm. Work Conditions apparently did not see that the motor homes are welcome. at Church services begin Sun slated for October 1 13 w i th Jim
Bakken vehicle ahead had the 44-acre park with. a five day's activities which are Jesse, Mac Wiseman, Chubby
BC HOSPITAL between and (See Page 2)) miles per hour speed! limit and scheduled to close before 5 Wise and the Sullivan Family I
Negotiations began al4 p.m. management
leash rule for pets. The park is
EMPLOYEE yesterday (Wednesday, April employee."We r j
registered in the U.S. Hall of
RELATIONS COMM. 14) between bargaining teamsof still don't agree oneverything Betsy ROMS! Flag Congress as an original music Suspended Coc\ Expected
A:30p.m. the county school board and nor should we.
of the
gathering place as one
Board room the Bradford Education Association But as things stand now a To Presented
]
first six) begun in the United
To PiI tlic
for a new contract for mutual respect permeates our States Request Hearingmake

TUESDAYAPRIL20 the Bradford's 212 teachers working relationship." To CountyA : Along with James Waters,
covering improved salaries BEA is speculating that Monday LAKE BUTLER Attorney a recommendation to
BC HOSPITAL BD. and better working conditions. contract talks could be con replica of the "Betsy Ross Clark produces the picking Wayne Carroll briefed the the board with the board still
7p.m., board room cluded before teachers com flag" will be presented l to pageant which he says is pure members of the school boardon having the final decision in the ., idI
family entertainment with the situation involving case. ,,f.... _:.i
Teacher negotiator George plete their work year. PERC Bradford County by U.S. Rep.
"no rough stuff and no alco
football coach and dean of The other Carroll
the Public Employees Relations brief ceremony option
Loper spokesperson for the ( : Don Fuqua in a *' WinnUCSprlinjr;
NOTICETown Commission) rules have the courthouse holic beverages. students Jack Jones, said is for the board to sit as
BJis: optimistic about the on new
Crier inserts (Friday's festivities begin at the the with the hearing
suspended with by jury
two deadlines by which Monday. pay
second round of collective agree steps at 9:30: a.m.
with the B G. : IJpp
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Will Be AcceptedNo board, April 1. pending examiner.
bargaining for Bradford's ment must be reached or they April 19. according to an Ramblers .
Later Than who will be followed -
of misconduct
teachers. Loper presented a (PERC) implement their announcement by the Congressman's investigation The board took no action,
the Sunshine Blue-
Tuesday Noon for by the 1975 Erie Dotiler receives congratulations
charges alleged by
bargaining agenda to the impasse machinery. Due to Washingtonoffice. but held executive
an meeting
Boys, Betty (Fisher and from his best
Thursday publication grass : at Union
homecoming
our starting date of April 14, queen
school board team Wednesday Dixie Bluegrass Band. The with Carroll after the school
friend last for
only one of those rules appliesto Fuqua said he had obtained High. Wednesday
afternoon.
board meeting to discuss the
Bluegrass Difters, and at 7:20: winning the Union County
CITIZEN REMINDER: "Last year collective bar BEA. that rule says that an 22 of the flags, one for each Lester Flatt will with Carroll said that he was Jones situation. The board Bee.
shall be deemed to in his district and one appear Informed by Jones' attorney Spelling
gaining took more than three impasse county the Nashville Grass. indicated it will discuss the
Florida Law Allows months to complete. We feel occur if negotiations are not for the State Capitol. "The that a letter was in the mail Jones case further at a special Dottier, a seventh grader at

Right Hand Turns that part of the reason for the completed 70 days prior to the flags were flown over the U.S. Friends of the Bluegrass, requesting a public hearing to meeting Tuesday, April 20, at Lake Butler Elementary.
On Red Light extended 1 period of negotiations School Board Budget Submis- capital! to help celebrate the American Bluegrass Express be held on the charges. He 8 p.m. School correctly spelled"tasteful"
was a lack of experienceon sion Date of August IS. This, nation's Bicentennial and will The Bluegrass Drifters will said that upon receipt of the to defeat runner-up
Courttty Of both sides by our calculations would put now be presented to the Boardof also play before a second letter that the board then has Jones was charged by Jean sixth grader Randy Brown.
\!; (ammuui1tj% us at impasse in the first partof County Commissioners in appearance of Flatt and 15 days In which to set a date Holmes, an 18-year-old senior Dottier )la the ion of Mr and
\Ir, "Full scale contract negotiations June. each county with a request Nashville Grass which ends for the hearing. and a cheerleader, who told Mrs. Joseph Supskl of

'tuts illnnk were a new phenomena.We "It is our sincere hope that that they be flown over the the day's music around mid- The board, has two options the board at the April 1 Raiford.Sixth.
Now inured Up believe the long hours paid Impasse will not occur this courthouses on July 4th as we night. open to them Carroll said by meeting that Jones had made grader Brenda
Account roses '< .>r healthy rela lions!"',' mind" Loper continued. founding." Fuqua) said. Bluegrass Eats, The Osborne examiner to hear the case and occasions at the school. Publishing Company,



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II Administrators County School system, will superintendent in his deci-
the assistant principal slot at principal for the school. by Hull, who now Is assistant principal,two principal years as and Starke is take her first principal's post sions," said board chairperson jury trials are slatedto a state prison.
principal at BMS. Hull beganhis Elementary at Southside Pat Spengler.Noninstructional. Barbara Ann Davis
BMS vacated toy: Joe Hull. Dewey McKinney now in his third at Brooker. Elementary get under way Monday,
Ted Oglesby will, remain as principal at Southside Elementary career with BC schools in Connie Clark year is slated to leaving her present spot at changes April 19, in Bradford County charged with uttering a for
director of the Bradford- will replace Carl 1954. from assistant principalat director of curriculum. She include the hiring of a chief Circuit Court with Judge R.A. gery.
Jim Duncan,who began as a move will be assisted half-time mechanic and a temporary .
Union Vocational Technical Clark at Stark Elementarynext the Vo-Tech School to halftime by (Buzzy) Green, Jr. presiding.The
School,assisted by Carl Clark year. McKinney who football coach in Bradford at Joe Hull. mechanic II.A media specialist following cases are Poster ContestThree
principal
who has been in the school went to school at Starke Elementary County in 1970 and took a two- ,also to teach Hampton halfa Seated in the administrativeoffices will be hired along with slated to go to trial:
Elementary
system since IMS. Clark has has been employedwith year leave to direct a federal of the former USO increased custodial help. All Jimmy Higginbotham also
Clark at
day. taught Lawtey
project for the handicapped, clerks and aides have been local special educa-
school re-
administration
recently undergone surgery the school system since four beginning in 1960 (now known as Jimmy Waters.chargt'd ,
and remains in intensive care 1968 and has served as princi will remain principal at l aw- and has years served as principal building) will be: classified as paraprofes- with auto theft and tion students wc.i top honorsin
try Elementary,where he has sionals, which will act sub- a Bicentennial Poster Con-
Charles Francis, as
removal of presently
(for a nonmalignant pal at two county elementary there, and at Bradford High. grand larceny.
served since 1973. Bradford High for stitutes for the coming school test sponsored by the Brad-
tumor Millard Brown schools. McKinney will be Clark has also been assistant principal Charles Barnes chargedwith
will remain adult education assisted on a half-time basis Phillip Vellenga will con- superintendent for the county the fifth year, at director of year. sexual battery. ford-Union Association for
teach half time at
tinue to Retarded Citizens earning
curriculum and Instruction. Leslie George Green,
I. .1 Brooker Elementary while and pupil personnel director both $5 cash and blue
a prize
Francis has been in the sys- charged with aggravatedassault.
Tom at
filling the principal's slot He replaces Casey the Bradford
ribbons at
tem as teacher, coach and .
TERWILLEGAR there.Vellenga began with the Hampton.Mrs. Since 1970, the number of County Fair.
administrator for 19 Arlie Stokes faces
school system in 1968. served Lucille Payne, a 26- Lennard Register,now years.BMS 18to 24-year-old college students and chargesof Robert Hill at Bradford
W.Madison. two years as BMS assistant year veteran of the Bradford principal, director of school increased 9 per cent Alfred robbery K Grizzell kidnapping.is High, Kim Kruger from Brad-
206 MOTORS .. while enrollments of ford Middle School and
964.7200 services. Register has been in persons charged with escape.
i the school business 23 years, 25 to 34 years of age increased Ann Hruneuu, Ronald Everett Frazier from South-
coaching in Starke, Panama 63 per cent. Bruncau and James Richard side Elementary topped 36
SHRIMP City and Mississippi College Simmons all charged with introduction other county-wide entrants to
SMILING ? before returning to Bradford of contraband( into earn the awards.oootoooooomo.
&_ County to become Hampton --,
CLYDE DINNER' Elementary principal 1969- ''

1973.Eddie Douglas, business 1
NEEDSHELP manager,a position held since ,
'_. $225 January of 1972 when 0
: appointed by superintendentJim EASTER 1
I Temple.
'' WITH FRENCH FRIES, +* Carl Clark, coordinator of m
special programs, a slot reopened -
COLESLAW, ;
in January 1976. Clark
TARTER SAUCE& will serve in the post on a half- EGG a
r time basis and replaces
HE ROLLS Myrna Lou Rahn.
HAS
r Rocena Santangini,
coordinator of( Title I. Mrs.
Santangini (Sissy) is in her UL
I ICE CREAM fifth year with Bradford HUNTa
County schools having taught
t9jG'SALJNrSCARSTRUCKS three years before moving
3 FLAVORS into an administrative posi- O
tion in 1974.County mAT
APRIL l7th 2:00 P.M.
Always Vanilla Choc Choc. Twist increased level administratorshave by two since : a

AND A FLAVOR OF THE DAY last spring's austere cutback

from 16 to three administrative -
directors and coordin THEWAINWRIGHT m
Choose From Such Flavors As ators. Another shakeup in the

VANS. Peanut Butter Banana Strawberry arrangement could occur if a PARK
new superintendent is elected m
I iD iII
this fall.
Blueberry, Etc.DaaQaa. Assistant principal duties IN STARKE -
a
Luxury or Economical have also been added, at leaston I
a half time basis, at South-
( ( V side and Starke Elementary Ages 3 thru 7
years
Buy A Car Without Schools. Title I coordinatorand II
one assistant principal at a
-' 1e Give You A PriceSomething BUS have been increased a Prizes Will Be warded
'\1 flGJIDllID) (] from ministrative half time positions to full time in ad-the m

.... f Special Monday night motion.
The Children

L ..."," '.?'t Quality & [$[$ [$ spoke City in attorney representation taxpayers George at Pierce of thecounty's the Finding The -, '. oO m

L. Service u s. 301 N. 9646567II board meeting questioning T mI
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whether the moves would

.... We Service What We Sell I dollars system incur more to implement"increasing cost to the changefor school tax I Golden Arc EggsSPONSORED IItirv m

the sake of change."
"There will be no more a
money involved." Jockel ans- BY

wered.' "No one changed,classification. 11
They just changed!' jobs," U I
board member Rodney Hall
added. \
"It seems to be in the best
; v1. .'" ''interest of the schools, and we, )

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Lawtey was platted and settled by a group of some 20 families from the north, Starke. FloridaSubscrIption a

known as"The Chicago Colony" since most of them came from that city, This is In trade area<< : 16.1)0 Rates() per: 0 YOU DESERVE BRIAK TODAY C! r Q m

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April 13.1976 TELEGRAPH Page

Roberts Gets City's Workman's CompDeclining Bond Revoked On Defendant In Rape Case I !

Lonnie chargedwith No court date or additional belonging to Owen Alvarez. Deputy Denton also Two Lake City girls were
Cooper
the March 20 of a bond has been set. Under Bond was set at $100 each. investigated a probable arrested Sunday night by I
a workman's! losses have totaled $33,313 fora Gerald Brown Tuesday : rape was Florida statute, conviction of Harold James Harris 21,and suicide Sunday night near Starke policeman Wilbur
compensation insurance plan 76.5 percent loss ratio. after the Monday meeting, seven-year-old the girl Bradford sexual battery on a person Barbara Ann Harris 20, both Lawtey. Jerry Calvin Waters after a minor traffic
that could have saved money Under the retrospective said he had gotten his firm returned to last weekend after younger than nine may result of 515 Nona Street, Starke Wilkison 39, was f found deadin accident. Vivian Stuart, 18,
with a good loss ratio, the plan meaning rates are basedon Corporate Group Insurance, County Jail than week's In the death penalty. were arrested by Deputy Don his car in a wooded area off was arrested for disorderly
Starke city council decided past loss ratios Gerald to agree to offer the city a little more a In other weekend police Denton for possession of SR 200-A shortly after 7 p.m. intoxication and Cindy Jane
Monday to join the assignedrisk Brown Insurance Co of fixed rate policy at eight percent freedom on bond. action, Lawrence Albritton, narcotic paraphenalia and He WdS last seen alive at 5:30:: Saunders, 20, was chargedwith
for the 41-year-old
pool for the next year at a Starke submitted a threeyearbid under the $22,357 bid Bond resident revoked 22, of Raiford and Williams more than five grams of p in? the report says, and the resisting arrest with
Starke was
fixed premium of J2,357.: of $66,336. or $22,112 per from Roberts. He said he has Elzie Leon Blunt 24 of Lake Butler, marijuana at their home late car was still running with a violence after the girls
year at a loss ratio of 30 percent been invited to make the offerto April 9 by County order Judge setting were arrested early Saturday Friday night. Both have been hose connected to the fear reportedly refused to get out
in
Sanders
The bid was submitted by The bid was submitted the council at its regular aside the an freedom morning for petit larceny of released on$750 bond for each exhaust pipe and placed Inside of the car. One of the girls also
George Roberts of Roberts Insurance through Corporate Group Ser- meeting next Tuesday April $7,500 gasoline from a vehicle charge. the car. kicked Waters In the incident.SUPER .
Agency of Starke, vice, Inc. of Orlando but was 20. The eight percent saving ticket. Cooper was arrested
who was also acting as advisor actually a bid from PeninsulaLife would amount to $1,788 or a March 20 when police were 53rd Support Brigade Enters
to the council in its Insurance Co., accordingto $20,568 bid.JPreck. summoned to his residence by
problem of finding insurance Cecil Shewmaker of Corporate the girl's brother. Training April 24-Muy 8
coverage in the face of the Group Service which ..(From Page I) ............................ BUYS
city's high loss ratio over the handles only workman's com stopped to make a left turn jack-knifed and the two Company D (Maintenance) Drake who enlisted in the unit
past several years. From 1972 pensation.Under onto Weldon Street as the two vehicles collided. The carrier 53rd Spt. Bn and other units of after serving in World War II
through 1976, Roberts said, the retrospectiveplan vehicles headed north on US- smashed Janowski's car the 53rd Infantry Brigade, wl1be\ attending his last
the city has paid $43,534 in the city could have paid 301. The big truck struck the around him, pinning his leg In Florida National Guard, will annual training period PSG
workman's compensation Insurance as little as $42,325 over three rear of the Bakken car, kept tightly. It took several be attending two weeks of J.E. Tomlinson is the field NEW NEW
premiums while years with no losses or could right on going and rolled over minutes to cut the injuredman annual training at Camp first sergeant and shop NCO. 4' x 8'. Sheets
the car. from his car. Blanding from Saturday, The unit will send PSG of Living RoomFORMICA
After impact with the Police estimated damage at April 24, to Saturday !May 8. Joseph N. Warren and eight
GREAT ANNUAL GENERAL ELECTRIC Bakken vehicle, the big truck $7,500 to the three vehicles other enlisted men to Fort Stewart -
I / and headed involved. The truck driver, for the CHAIRS
jack-knifed across Captain Robert L. Kelly is Georgia same
I I I I II US-301 in the opposite traffic Koenig was cited for careless commander of the local unit period t to furnish repair and $500 & S600 per
lane.Jankowski was traveling driving by Starke Patrolman which will have between 17S maintenan.. to Flo- sheet each
south on US-301 as the truck Ricky Bennett. and 200 people attending rida National Guard Units
camp, including approximately who will be training at the 1 "x3"d' NEW
I M 10 ladies. Female Florida base. 2 C
CorrectionInsert members will be housed at the Guard members are paid K-WW WHITE 3 9
barrack at Post Headquarters. full military pay and allowance
To Male members will be while serving on annual %"x6"x8' BATTEN
staying out in the trainingarea. training.The .
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The unit will be training in in the Brigade parade,
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Tiger Ace Hemme Hurls No-Hitter, Wins 3 I


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Bill Hemme hurled a no- Whitehead and /Hemme past week. Hornets 4-0 on two hits in the charge on the mound givingup a successfull! squeeze bunt for Gerry White then was safe on
hitter at Chiefland. a two- stopped Newberry on three Hemme pitched three six innings he pitched an unearned run in the top the final run, scoring an error with Dillow moving
hitter ;it Hawthorne a three- hits as Union High base bailers strong games as a starter, Tuesday, April 13, here as of the fourth inning Clemons to second
hitter at Williston and Tim won four games during theMANSJZE including the no-hitter. He Coach Terry Stroemer won his White was the big gun
also pitched three strong 100th)( game as a high school offensively for the Tigers
Ask innings in relief to nail down a coach
I getting a triple and a double,
I E'CONOTIR victory over Newberry in CIIIEFLAMDGAMK scoring three runs, and two
Charley which Whitehead was the LAKE BUTLER Pitchingthe runs batted in. ,
winner. lie now has a 14-1 first no-hitter of his career
for good day's work record for the season. Bill !femme led the Union LAKE BUTLER- Using the
bunt offensive
E. a squeeze as an
I County Tigers to a 11-1 victoryover
WTIIOIINK:CAME: the Chiefland Indians weapon the Union County 9TirA.
LAKE BUTLER In Tigers eked I out a 6-2 win over
i Johns another strong pitching( here Saturday, April 10, in a the Newberry Panthers here .
ended after the fifth
from Bill game y
performance Friday, April 9. t
About This (Question: Hemme, the Union County inning on the 10-run rule Pushing over three runs in +
Tigers.. shut out the I Hawthorne Hemme was in complete the bottom of the first inning,
"American soon ..
may -
Fred Clemons walked and /I
be able to again legally then promptly stole second w I

own gold buillion and and third. Bill Hemme walked .
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both
o 3 Point Hitch 4 or 511. Mowers bunting scoring
I does! the o 12 In. Bottom Plows Cultivators demons and Hemme.
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Charley E. INVESTMENT FOR A LIFETIME OFF inning when Chris Lawson MW MM
POTTED FLOWERS
walked, Gerry White singledand Coach Terry Stroemer and ace Union County High School Pitcher -
JOHNS AGENCY TRACTOR CO. = demons was safe on an Bill\ Hemme discuss Hemme's no-hitter last week again
SUPERIOR
error with Lawson scoring. {Chiefland when Stroemer scored the tooth victory of his high
131 SO.WALNUT ST Hemme sacrificed, scoring school coaching career. Hemme has won 21 games for the
I PHONE 9B4-5O7O! 5353 WEST BEAVER 35 < 30 7O1-9O11 White. Whitehead then put on Tigers over the last two seasons.


Whitehead gave up two Fred Clemons then singled
I runs, two hits, struck out five Dillow home with the first run
and walked seven. He uppedhis of the game White going
record to 6-2. around to third. lIemme then
i T Y In three innings of relief was safe on an error in which
& Hemme gave up one hit, no White came across to score
: It's runs,got seven strike outs and what proved to be the winning
walked two. He was credited
with a save.WILLISTON, run.Williston
pushed over its run
in the bottom of the seventh on
Avenging an an error as Hemme closed out
I ttD earlier season loss The Union the game with the possible

family centers County nipped the Tiger Williston baseballers Red the tying final run out.Clemons on.base when he got

Devils 2-1 in
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was leading hitter
here Wednesday, April 7, for the Tigers with two hits
Easter Time All the runs in the game and

(Lc: c JtJllmrullJ:! 0tdlaJml3 r and were hurler final scored Bill Hemme inning in the outpitchedRed as seventh Tiger record The one to win RBI.173.lifted the Tiger

Hemme picked up his 12th
l Devil Joe
301 S. SCENT:ERG Starke Fla. Hemme scattered Curry. three win as against a lone loss.

hits striking out II, giving! up Four games will be plu>fd\
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BHS Stops Gainesville Merchants Power Shades Machine For Win Here I IA

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Tigers 7-0 fourth inning grandslam third place with a 14-13 win together three runnerless lead into the seventh. home an additional trophy for tournament were donated by Norman's Farm Women's
surge by The Green Machine over Hasty Green. homers in a row to pull up "They gotta play catch-up the team, which is managed Starke mayor-commissioner Softball Team. Preliminary
was not enough to earn top The Green Machine rallied even with the Starke team, now,"commented a fan as the by Harry Hatcher and Cha rles Schaefer and top team arrangements include the top
In Tennis honors for the Starke men's in the fourth inning of playoff then took an 11-10 lead with a Machine went to bat for the Townsend Strickland trophies were provided by the two teams in the nation to
amateur slow-pitch Softball action Sunday when Eddie double, bringing in one runner last time in the tourney. coached by Harry Hatcher Green Machine.A participate.All .
Toppling the Union team in the Seventh Annual Douglas sent a long high one before the fifth inning closed. Garlington, John Powell and and sponsored by Jack Hazen. women's slow-pitch tournaments are
tennis County Starke Pre-season out of the park to bring the Symons, all testing the back The team has been around Softball invitational is set for sanctioned by the American
High tea
m 7-0 last Wed in the
Invitational Tournament last score to 7-4 in favor of Cogs Machinery fence, flew out to give up first since 1954 and sponsored the April 30-May 2 sponsored by Amateur Softball \ssociation.
nesday on the Pratt slowed in
Street the sixth three
weekend, as the Gainesville Gainesville. as weekend
Wayne K el ton place to Gainesville, the tournament. j
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courts, Bradford High men Merchants trod home with an later back-to-back outs doused theMachine's Amateur teams will
doubled on a well-placed defending 1975 Class A state play only
netters enter district competition 12-11 victory Sunday night. line drive, bringing two hopes of taking championship team. in invitational tournaments
this weekend with an Another Starke team Hasty runners home and shortening another lead, although Green Machine's pitcher until late July, when sub- ,.
overall winning season record Green, took fourth place in the another run put the two teams district 6.\'
of 96. the Merchants' lead to 7-6. and first baseman Bobby competition begins for ....
ten-team tourney with a 10-6 Jim Garlington the even at 11-11. Gainesville put a Stephens earned 588 the state championship title. .
a batting .
gave
In district matches, the BUS victory in ten loser's bracket man on first and second in the 1'f;
netters put together six wins Sunday afternoon. Stuart Machine high hopes later in bottom of the sixth, then drove average for the tourney, Home run and leading hitter .....
and five losses during regular National Bank was flanked by homer the inning giving with the a Machine grand slam its a runner home to take a 12-11 which began Friday bringing trophies for the local \)

season play, led by top-seeded the two Starke teams taking first lead in the ball game, 10- \,-
Larry White, who defeated
UHS player Chris Lawson 7. Randall Symons caught a -
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Aprils, in singles
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Tennis Tourney The officers and members of the Bradford-Union Cattlemen's Association


nine J'Lene winning Laffoon matches put together to take wish to express their sincere appreciation for the support given to this


the ment's Starke! Second Hecreation Annual depart very worthwhile// youth project by the organizations and individuals

Women's Invitational Tennis
Tournament Friday April 9.Mrs. .

Laffoon went through

Fa ing undefeated>some e Johnson very even tough took though matches.second hav Buyers For Steers Buyers For Swine

place us she wound up tied
with Loretta Koss for the
second place position. Faye Marvin Pritchett Gainesville Livestock Market Copeland Sausage Company
\\on a Ix-st-of-three set. Food Fair Pantry Pride Fletcher Farm Equipment Roberts Cash Feed
Saturday morning saw the Farmers & Dealers Bank Bradford-Union Cattleman's Association Stockman Supply
girls return for a doubles tour Guaranty Federal Savings Industrial Tractor Company PublixThanks
ney This was also a round- Tries Construction Company Howard Auto Parts
robin with the girls changing Pine Air Farms Alachua Milling Enterprises
partners in each match. Betty Glenn Howard Publix
Shuford went through the Winn Dixie Lake Butler Apparel To These Judges
doubles undefeated lor first Iii.. Craig SalleyCommunity H.S. Camp & Son
place and J'Lene Laffoon took State Bank Ray Carl Brown Grocery
the other first place position.Cinda .;0. k 5Ew* Show Judge Mr. Don Wakeman
: Tatum and Fuji- Showmanship Judge Mr. Don McCormick J
Johnson took second place Record Book Judges -
honors. -H Mr. Jesse God'bo IdFFA
Trophies were presented to BUYERS SUPPER Courtesy of Farmers Mutual Exchange, Stare Mr. Don McCormick
all the first and second place Veterinarian Jimmy PenningtonTesting
winners. The trophies were ( & Aging Steer)
donated\ by the following merchants
\ and businesses:
Goodman's Service, Bud-
cock Furniture, Jones Funeral Add-Ons The Board Add-Ons
Home, Paul's Dry Steer Across Swine Across The Board

Cleaners\ Bonnie's Beauty
and Flowers.
Shop Larry's
Register Oil, Company Starke Blalock Meat Market Starke
The Tourney is for all members Pine Air, Farms Lake Butler Howard Auto Parts Lake Butler
Florida-Georgia Poultry Service Edwards Farm
Starke
past ami present of the Harts Feed Store Lake Butler, Arthur Gaskins Starke Dairy -
recreation J.T. Parrish Lake Butler Country Hub Lake Butler Sawyer Slade Gas Starke
sponsored StarkeFloridaGeorgia
Sawyer Slade Gas Sha'w Starke D.M. Hale' Lake Butler & Starke Jacksonville Livestock Market
& Kopelousos
department tennis classes. Poultry Service I
Osteen & Sons Seed Store Lake Butler J.R. Parrish Lake Butler Arthur Gaskins Starke
Country Hub Lake u er. Ford Tractor Harts Feed Store Lake Butler Shaw & Kopelousos Starke
D.M. Hale Lake Butler & Stark. Hipp Lake Butler Farm Center Lloyd Douglas Starke Osteen A Sons Seed Store Lake Butler
Bureau Starke
FLORIDATHEATRE Bradford County Farm Union County Farm Bureau Lake Butler Dolph E. Reddish Starke Hipp Ford TractorBlaIr
Harrison Lake Butler Lewis M. Ayer Starke B & R Hog Farm New River Register Oil Company Starke
Lake Butler
Andrews Drugs Dolph E. Reddish Starke Starke KOA Howard & Riherd Construction Lake Butler
Howard & Riherd Construction Lake Butler
Jacksonville Livestock Market Edwards Dairy Farm Starke
Columbia Livestock Market Walter Williams Lake Butler


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4 J.M. Whitehead Brian Whitehead Felton Smith S.M. Brown Harry Faulkner Lynn Moore Trinks Poultry Farm Hurst Shell Station
'. Jerry L. Whitehead Hi-Lo Store Buddy Guynn Ray Crawford Florida Gas Co. Mitchell Drugs C.J. Tyrnell Hawthorne Construction
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J.t Sawyer Slade Gas Tim PageBigDollar Richard Jockel City Fish & Meat Market Zed Hamilton Herbert Parrish Harold Waters Hackney Brothers
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..." \. Farm Credit Service Tobacco Warehouse Helah Dukes J.E. Dix R.N. Hoffler Tini Page Bob Harwell Hellena Chemical Co.
4 ._ Thomas Oil Company RAW Farm Equipment Titus Olson O.B. Dukes J.C. Hicks A.J. Saunders Bradford Telegraph Lee San Record Shop
Hart Feed Store Coastal Oil V.C. Brooks Garnet Dukes J.M. Howard Paul Starling J.E Dukes Lake City Tobacco Warehouse
BUQT REYNOLDS Norman Produce Jimmy Cason Myrl Brown J.V. Edwards Carl Johns S & C Stock Farm Kenneth Elixson
CATHERINE DET1EUVE W.S. Howard Elixson Pulpwood Morris Brown, Jr. Jim Faulkner

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: COtUMIl HCTUMJ Prttinll IPG.: Gib Brown Clerk of Circuit Court Terwlllegar Motors Food Star Ray Thomas

MIIHOMIOI MOOUUIIl CO.rOMTIOI Con Long Property Appraiser Stark Motor Parts, Inc. Josephine Addison lake Butler R trr Club

> Sun & Mon Stretch Sewing Center Al Orlggers .

. t Lola Falana In H,

"BLACK TIGRESS"PLUS And May We Again Express Our Very Sincere Appreciation For Your Support



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By Elizabeth Terry r!;
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES ) D o
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Church of God: Sunday .\, '
School 10 a.m. Worship Services .t
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. '
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Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: 1. .; r
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p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m..w;; r '
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Evergreen Baptist: Sunday "yA.: 'I is '
,. 1 r'CRr i t AI .Iii'ic I
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser .q:.ct: 1 ; t a ,
vices 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. ;.a'.'
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 :l"l:, :
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p.m.Faith Baptist Church: .;by '" 'Iw :!'ty., '" '' ,. t .,t RI: ?{ >r 1, Ti '';.YA; a'r! "'yi.: ,,y r 6
Radio Program over WPXE :;j..f.;+; ,; t ,. .. .: ,
Starke 8 a.m. SundayBible ''s," ,ss? l"1y.E'.Fti
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser '' 't CELLOPHANE '"
SiiSlw w PAAS _._ FILL 'H THRILL
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. _' PE03 LE TRUST ECKERD'S ... .;
Prayer Meeting Wednesday '. EASTER = ;i'
Z EASTER EGG EASTER
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. ;2'; FOR QUALITY PRESCRIPTIONS $3JM;:

Sunday Grace School United 9:45: Methodist a.m. Wor: ..1.;. ., ** ';r": SERVICE at low, low prices! *jftTct***** -* DYE GRASS
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ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 EGGSOn
p.m. Choir Practice 7 p.m.nited ".,3. ; CrK. r' ,:v 1"w': ; 4 r.a+aae r.at..1,i r,.b''t t,,.,.r' +,.+,.:? .rrs,;, '.i" 6PureFood Assorted
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MYF 8 p.m. Wednes :r :..;;:.r+r"'t"" iy"' .r n; ,a ,1 wti tal ?'f a'vt color tablet colors.I Non *dozen
day. .;-, : 6tt. t:, aT,:,4. } I Reg 59t i flammable. pleitic eggi
United Methodist Women :i."'' i-fiss ,. I. open to fill
!h 39 33 .
t turpriMi.colon.
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met at the parsonage on Tues REG Aittth .
'. day, April, with 14 present. '
Mrs. George Roberts pre. 33SPLASH ? '? 39
sided. Mrs. Frank Coss gave BRUT

the devotional. This was their P 4 1,w .HINKLE DYE 59' '
regular business meeting. 133 I

Highland Baptist: Sunday F/ x i ? rP ,
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser "M' '
from
vices 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. r :+ ,' Refreshing ipl.ih on lot.on Lr&jS GIANT SIZE {OECORCCCER

I p.m.Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 7 ounce sue. Limit 1 M; DANCING HOLLOW AND SOLID EGG DECORATOR dIasr

North side Baptist: Sunday The Family Fun ,
School 10 a.m. Worship Services f ii' RABBIT ASSORTED way to decorateThn'olly / '
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. C Easter Eggi. _
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 : fellow CHOCOLATE t
p.m. T NMI BRECKOO' 6 9 ,j+ can you.dance Reg. 3.49 witti +) 29 -V..

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SCHOOL NEWS ,4 rr1t
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The final event of the school a Formula Breck for
Bicentennial Festival week r :: 1 3 tvPes LImIt t .r ,;,ie NOVELTIES ; ,
was the lighting of a cake with ;;., i
200 candles. The cake was :" ,, 4 I LARGE DLL 'N THRILL '
made in the Cafeteria and Sri ; '
served outside on Friday _; EASTER / f EASTER
afternoon. Sam Norman's Bi "( t DREAMFLOWER" '.rt .
centennial Emblem was ;;'\; = ;,. EGGS ;. ,, 23A EGG TREE
selected as the one most ;rl:' .. POWDER .
'a
5V4" in
.. -'! long /Y T' ThePeteclWav
appropriate for the Bicenten .; DUSTING brilliant colon, /fa r"s l To Display. your c,
mal Celebration. All entries .:..: I 5. unceBoK of silky smooth, fragrant Open to fill. ll XmFILL 169 Decorated Easter
will be displayed in the School.. ; LImIt' 1
powder. Eggs
Cafeteria for several weeks. :,,') dusting M / B TO 2.99

Special thanks are extended .,, 'i '
the Art Teacher, Mrs. Meale, ..... ?r ?jvia/itC/ tt'Ya' t1w>x+7laPSkwe '
for her work with the pupils ;. ,,' 29
MYLANTALIQUID .
and their display for the fair. -.};; M/ '. 'N THRILL' PLASTIC ROUND ASSORTED '
The PTA will have its next :t.r.l .

meeting on Tuesday, Apri127, ,c.",,:. I : EASTERNOVELTIES EASTER PLUSH r ,,,,
at 7:30: at the school. The spe t'(;!+ and it
cial will feature t" Bottl.. eetwe, last acting EASTER tf ,
program a t....i.l. 12 ounce 1 BUCKET +
Spring Fashion Show and a :; taste good Limit
Add these J
ducks
cake auction. : : ) chicks& rabbits ANIMALS a t
next year's : : ; to Easter Baskets. WITH s SOFT 8.CUODLYf

school be Today presented.for is' :c': ::..... % r TANiPAX 119., 1 5 HANDLEI Troll ,


Spring Break. r ,+w lfi rB7t'nr1S,9,saRikuO 9tAl ra"i 3'epr. ?' < ,pw n, ,u' sGtre
return on WAP Iq'i'rS' ... sttE92v1( ., ''. ro
.i ', r ,* at#,Y.rI ,t i'F yW, ?c r. Z rl' _fi. '"q; h
Teachers will r =17 k.. ,
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day, April 21, ; "';,, OR SU PER t a. ti,5' vr+s :F'a. .ix 1 : t a : '.. r -? ,
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days.Mrs.. Janet 1 ,?<- MAKES
,Reading ;, ,: rfif.. i LtllkJ '
JOHNSON
JOHNSON i t, 8 CUPS
two is s
years :,5
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vard County ; ;., VO-S COTTON i "j'l OF ti
.band:who is : :oo! Sv GREAT '
Superintendent ; HAIRSPRAY SWABS { --
COFFEE
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facility Mrs. : '
replace her for ; I Regular, Packo1200eotton tipped Limit 1 1 itr r #5130 .r
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of the school : tF
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,R'! e SOUNDESIGN ;
itMAYBELIINE yiw
N68c'ncager.o :
? her Mrs.uncle Ben and :;'+ rr HAMILTON BEACH RED LANTERN 1131 r.'tyl .

Mrs. Ernest : ;g rm' ELECTRICJUICER POCKET
their three sons :: +
flies in :" NORELCO
Mr. and J; ?i OIL OF PS
AM
ling and .M'' = ? COFFEE MAKER RADIO
.. Mrs. Larry OLAY K-M';
.z : GREATLASN IrsitSSH' EASY TO READ ''
Rhonda, ,: ; '
in the park ] r MASCARA 4 ounce Bottle for Skinmontumer ion I DELICIOUS DIAL //i, ''

River. On ;+'1: The Protein Mascara tnat a smooth Kin. Limit 1 9 JUICE INSECONDS 8 INCLUDES '
fishing on the a ; c +,,c. promotes long silky lashes. oJ, I 89 CARRYING EARPHONE, r' '.
Mrs. Cecil v, 199
daughter, :'i i i FOUR CASE AND ,3 qtLi'
Virgil Ferrell ; ;., :, \ TYPES N 10.99 REG. 27 99 STRAPMEN'S REG. ;Tf
Mr. and Mrs. ; : 1.'.; ;;% 99" LIMITONE : 5.95 Gh+
Tampa, and :'.
,. of Fairfield : .'. !??% t:
Mrs. Fred ( '"{i t= 'v'w
MODEL 'tit'r
.L BEACH }
On ; REGINA
Sunday
,' Mrs. Fred ;; r ,','r ,.., dj: GALAXY 2151 LADIES is1.r
in : .?' =;' MliK BATH GLO ELECTR1K A CHILDREN'S r 'rt
attended the i % i1r
3 SPEED
i{} 32 Fluid Ounces.Moisturizes r '' '
at the TANNING
new .
: :. LORRIES
dry6ij
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Church of ;h" OSCILLATING BROOM
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Mr. and ./ LOTION ot
Melbourne i ;. L9 16-INCH VACUUM SANDALS y
A3SUDDEN t
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guests of : a 8 OZ
Hall and : CLEANER ;r

night.Mrs. Joyce 9)f. .:.;,",t.t., ft? FAN J "'''I" : -i ; 1 SPEED USES '''

returned to 'j' f.'i QUIET a 3i DIRT CUP INSTEAD

Blackshear. Ga.Mrs. 1 ;:,?"'+ + ; PERSONNA TAN V SPEED s t ;; J OF BUYING BAGS .','.

PJ MOTOR ,+?
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son, ;. TANNING FOAM
tza
Ga., were : J .'". "7 A" BLADES 3a-ot. sue Broninstantly rY REG. a..
mother, Mrs. Tan for dav \ r LADIES CANVASCASUALS ,. :
last week. : ', Ft all Double Edge rotors Limit 1 39.99 's.
Mrs. Juanita !i '1, ralon. !5'.. Limit, 1 pack nJ1Zl WOO 1 \ /
PerSOo74'
spend and tit" ::: NNN ''I REG.
nephew ASSTD. STYLES .
..::J 199 2995 u+
Mrs. Ben ]
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,'st j *. by Ccppertona rj
David. ; :;
!Mr. and ;:;., y 6 REG. 288 'y
Crews were : .t IN1ETOR BIADESr 7's 2 SPIED (RE0.3495// 3.99 ur

Mils dinner for : MODEL .19.8
James. G .r ;a ',,,; 1.rr r j 1'E r
ville, .
on h r' } !, : 'S Y 'Sb'4ac, : L+t t }rl; '' n y r ; +
their home. h' '' !i"'t G7r /H 1 l rt4r*' icy t M 1'att T.y.y 14'r.it ,. e.'Vt., y ;htl A Z .fa : ll C.++ ',,.'i i? .:Qeti i /Y I'4S1r.
i %.a{ !Y }, ;. .} { t.ru.} F. r ? ir r.'a't: 7 t'f ,. : +F" 'v y t !.f l .1'.a w :. .v. t t1' ':;a.N
attended were 1
F.H. Bunton, i r .. ttt a ,
Mills James, Jr. r.rs i.t
Mrs. Carolyn .d ; '. F

daughter of : .t tSaa.m ECKERD AEREATED '+rs '
Mr. and Mrs. t GILLETTERIGHT RIGHT ECKERD FACIALOINLRY l
and family of Dat w BATHROOM; TISSUE i'

'. Miss Lori '., GUARD 6 ROLL \ PANTYHOSE
'.. of weekend Starke with: I t Cie MN av. I = atwiwl ..r,:

Mr. and Mrs. PAK
Jacksonville GUARD
overnight );' OTTLE OF 100 ?i3 -- BATH This sheer pantyhose"is '
mother, Mrs. CREST 100% nylon l except the s t
grandmother, R / DATRILTABLETS I } 7 OZ. BRONZE Hygienic Cotton i :
kinson. W' DEODORANT OR Crotch. A new ap y;
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TOOTHPASTE TISSUE prachtohulthand y ,ttf
Mrs. Flossie 4
granddaughter OZ. TALC LIMIT 1 eomfortReg.99! Q' ;:
5
Ippolito and +

.- Mrs.Ga., were Hosier's Mint 5-oz., or tube.Regular REG. i

I i Gladys iBimeetsJit&ile.th Bale price Limit 1 ASPIRIN NON 87 T 1.09 / a'; :,


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X day dinner

'*-,' mother, Mrs. n 4
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song anjKsister.

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,11 Boch. Mrs. Virgil Gritfis and
children were their guests
u during the afternoon.
I n Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders

I were Sunday afternoon guests
of their sister, Mrs. Hester
,
yT t A BUNNY Hicks, and nephew and niece,
# Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford
,I and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan
I ; and grandson, Randall Reddish
ti spent from Saturday to
TS Tuesday with their son and
Get an extra set of prints with .4 daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
I black every roll of
artd white }ilm develope dand color or t Ronnie McClellan and family
printed. .
TODAY .
AND EVERYDAY ., of Vidalia Ga. While there
MARSHMALLOW READY 3 Les and Ronnie went to Durham
'. N.C. to( visit relatives.

BIRJ&LGS EGG Onedotendehciouscoated CRATE TO EASTER fill ) J TWICE THE FILM I extended relatives Sincere of to(Mrs.sympathy the Mamie family Clark and is

Marshmallow eggs. Reg 59t Limit 2 When
BASKETS you pick up YOur ::I.who passed away on Satur-
1 Ib. Bag. two rolls of Kodacol developed film and prints buy
All popular > Choose 1 of 3 tiles or 1 of each. Baskets [.Lt/) regular price of One. .TODAY or black and white film ; th 8I I reo day.Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman
a AND
flavors.Reg. fill & decorate yourself. EVERYDAY
you can
and Mitchell, of Jacksonville
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5 4 Limit 69t 1 47 Small Medium Large 3 .... moved into their new home
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and
their Mr.
i': near parents
< Mrs. Leonard Norman and
69< 88 I09. their brother and sister-in-law

I ; and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
;; POLAROID a4 Norman.

i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
and David and Mr.
1 3 Starling
i SUPER :'r,, and Mrs. Robert Rosier and
! SHOOTER
f MECHANICAL ,;:: Glenda went camping Wednesday -
\ HERSHEY and Thursday at
POP-UP CAME RA Su: Manatee Springs.
CHOCOLATES '& Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs.
:I. CHICK :x '
,>, Wilma Wainwright visited
Assorted i, I : 9:01.. Kisses Uses 6 different, i + 1Mrs.. Wells' sister Mrs. Ruth
O'p. 9 ox.Miniatures types of I* Barthlow, at Riverside
i ed pop-up -j ,
e.. 9 74 9 9 Polaroid, film.lloi. .
'" 4 9 I ing chicks. (? REG. 1 19 <<: Blanchard Hospital and at Miss Cathedral Arthurlne

v}f Health Center in Jacksonville
:r\ last Thursday.
I' ;,',.. Saturday supper guests'of f
'
MARSHMAllOW f FOil WRAPPED SOLID REG. 24.95POLAROID ";J". Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall and I ''
i family were Mr. and Mrs. I
CANDY COATED -- CHOCOLATEEGGS L f: John Mills of World Gospel
r? : Missions, and Mr. and Mrs.
:
EGGS '; Vernon Olin Mission Chairperson -

y Bag 8 r FILLED 10-oz. ,Bag ColorI feif."I.S.,T, Mr. and of the Mrs.church.Earl Walker,
I oloflavors.d I ful, foil;, wrapped {y V of Starke are the proud par-
49 f Reg. 59ef f" 7.,4 Reg. 99e 099 COLOR FilM 4' 'tit: ents of a son Christopher
Limit 1 >
' EASTER before 10 pictures your per eyes.peck that develop' .,'{*;;j t 1; Carl Hospital, born Gainesville.I April 8 in Shands'

I. ,'': Jeffrey McClellan of Starke,
BASKETS 's4v r was a Thursday overnight'
RODDA MARSHMAllOW ROBIN BOX OF 12 ,,r'j? guest of his grandparents, Mr.
EftKposurei.
Cnoosetroma "tj. and Mrs. Les McClellan.
PEEPS 'large selection of EGGS MALTED MILK 126 2BUNNIESChooseYellow Z Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lock of
or ROBIN EGGS -
I t' tiles and shapes.I Hanover Ind., spent a week
I Filled l with 3'/i OZ. TRAY REG. 49" GAF ". with their son and daughter-
3
candy (Utoys. COLOR FilM 39 :;: in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
#
99 Fitsl all instant.lo+d cameral 1249t i +"0 Lock and family. Other guests
or Pink. Reg. i 5 Reg. 1.25 ti; "*J for a week were his brother-in-
I' 39 4 .. .t;-V law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
a N. ifj;! Keith Ligon and family, also I Ii
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w i!/t' of Hanover, Ind.
; """it Mrs. Don Boyette and children -

r.; teffiS sgr" ,1 of Macclenny, were
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"j" *.' ,-'? $* Saturday supper guests of her
' : YOUR 1',*.! in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. O.J.
FOLDS OF CHOICE : -'. Boyette and family.
I'
a EASILY! soncLADIESNG' PLAN O, Z-TRAY( : Jj Mrs. Joseph Starling 'and
2 COLOR :fa: David were Tuesday supper
t i I I BATHIr TACKLE .'Ji guests of her mother Mrs.
I i STRAPPING. .:-.'k.. Carolyn Holmes, and thilfsfj : -
1 ALUMINUM BOX :;}:;J dren. Other guests were her
tFRAME SUITS '.; brother and sister'in-law;"'Mr.
; Leather grained ti a '
'
Carbon
2 and Mrs. Marshall
.; ; !99 super hiimpactPolystyrene.. :i>>:-1 and family. .J
,.
I I ROTATING 2 PC. SUITS IN .
'I 'DELUXESTRAP Mr. and
; y Modal ;; Joe Lock son of
5230 a .
t. ASSTD.COLORSREG. 5.99 Mrs. Paul Lock, and his aUnt,
Reg. !
1"" CHAIR SPRINKLER 7,99 ,.iy:i*. Mrs. Bill Taylor and children
{ ':* of Hanover, Ind., will arrive
,
,0 v; Il COVERS UP TO ,"*-l Monday and will spend a week
+;1 r'v 1 t II REG. 40 RgE: DIA.OR SQ.IN 8 BERKLEY 'y: .:\: with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
18 \ I S Paul Lock and family.

J; A-& 12.88 988 32x32 PATTERN FT.REG. .OF 42030R yi 1; of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. O.B.were Wiggins Sunday

.;: i 2.29 ;;:c;: dinner guests of their parents,
tr REEL 1 Y Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wtlki-
ROD &! I
?t ;''i)! son. Sr. Another guest of ,the
PELIED
4Y" BUT MEN'S \ ,v'1 1 Wilkisons was their granddaughter
:of" ci "a Mrs. Debbie

; REDWOOD & POWERMOWER BATHING COMBO 'aiY,t4s'; Arwood Mrs. Robert also of Lee Jacksonville.and Mrs.

fLOanNGIUDI Bothco"'bination.featura2.piece \*..*. Betty Tresea of Keystone
'fi ALUMINUM tubular fiberglass, spinning rods. Reels < Heights, visited their parents,
,
''ti: i 3.5 HPiii Stratton GRASSSHEARS SUITS are filled with premium monofilament :e-;ti Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Peterson
.r 4-cyele motor. Adjusts IVi"kto BOXER.LATEXOR and are ready-to-fish. t'v"r of Dowlmg Park on Saturday.
"r. LAWN 3" for cutting. :.; Col and Mrs. Jack Eailey of
YOUR
JAMAICA CHOICE
REG. ; 7!<> San Antonio, Texas. Mr. andy
. >* .
Mrs. George Breslin and Eli5
IUV i.:
k13988 LENGTH # zabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Ben

..r : FURNITURI 1e88 :;11or' McDonald, Lee, Sarah, and.
'J: CRASS *722 13Vz"288 i REG.388 ?V:. Ben, Patrice Towey of Jacksonville

. ;; "r;; CATCHERReg.. 9.99 REG. 4.99 .;:.>'..': Russell ,Lines Capt. Miss and Erma Mrs.

CHAIR CHAISE 'i' Wilson, and Mrs. James
het REG. 15.98 :::-f.; Dougherty and children of
':'i; Valdosta. Ga., and Bill and
8 8 a"* Ray Wilson, University of Florida -
{ 1988 GOLDEN BOY SPORTSMATE II ;ir; were guests last weekend -
, 9 LAWN EWER :?; of Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson -
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Y REG INSECT t'5?

rtes 11 88 2 H P.,4 cycle Irlfis 1 Stratton t 2Y '' r ''; t Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Moyer
injlni. Heavy duty S Inchblidt REPELLENT 30 QUART ;?;'-. and family of Oak Ridge.
'S =' L I-t: : Tenn., were Sunday supper
. } with lift hind cut. Easy
pull tlart with, controls on LIQUID REPELLENT DUTY ICE I fjt'. guests of Pastor and Mrs. Jim
REPELS MOSOUITOS rr*' (Hall and family.
; COVERED COOKER handle. 3
" .i AND BLACK FUESREG .: gl.Lonnie Teston returned
.lv'A' V WAGON cI1 : 1.19 CHEST ''if't: home Sunday from North Florida -
6RIEANOlL 8811 (! ) SURF RIDER Hospital.
TILT.AWAY, t I"'OZ .t;::; Regional
. t after having had
Gainesville
. BOTTOM DRAFT CONTROLS STURDY : ;K
REG. WITH tf!" surgery on his teeth.
} FOAM .c Mrs Wendie Breslin and
j- 109.97 y 88' ROPE &* Elizabeth Billy Doreen, Mrs.
:; SS 588 ,
u ,! REG., REG. REG. 2.39j Jj" of JacksonvilleeandoCol. -
:.0: :' .
&; and Mrs. Wm.
::; 36.88 I 797 ::
W6506
t&? Wilson went to Valdosta, Ga..
1 e wr+ .S k i TV>'f for a baby shower for Mrs.
1 ''{. ,,r.:7w' +1 yAkb'. "i. Russel Lines, on Saturday.
? If'E '* !Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston
ui
,+ "" "' ''$ .
a''f' a '' :J?j PRICES GOOD ONE FULL WEEK! THURSAPRILI5-WEDAPRIL21- >4 and Jerry visited their sister

.-v. y OPEN DAILY 9-9 OPEN SUNDAY 9-6 J< ify Mrs. Lois Tucker in St.
Jacksonville,
.-; >,< Luke's Hospital

AF, 1 i MEN'S LADIES& I'IS.t, m! fs! G3B(3Gl(7Eti3D( ( [ 0QE.3EB \:r.f'J:-J':* Sunday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. Eugene Taylor -

'o rJ'' I A'\&;: and daughters Mrs. Mar-
'.<.t ; \ '1'r: cue Griffis and daughters, Mr.
4 STARKE I .
('- 831 SOUTH WALNUT ST., :.A and Mrs. Carl Norman and
:JI.v"} sons Mrs. Darlene Norman
? SHOP EARLY SOME &..-?* and sons Mr. and Mrs.James
," ,, '/ IN. X 50 IT. 'I't .II''i '''% ITEMS LIMITED t.lft Padgett and granddaughters
I SUPPLY!
III iMlAaHIIICMO
, r .'f*, and her friend of Jacksonjfi -
r FAMOUS BRANDWATCHES GARDENHOSE ville/ Mrs. Jerry Padgett and
; rat NI>. daughter's family gathered at
t SYLVANIA -. 1. '" the home of Mr, and Mrs.
; .* i\ ? r ,-
e3'
** .* rti ; Harry Wilkerson for a surprise -
\ I Fine quality 17 Jewel movement 4A j birthday supper honoring -
FLASHCUBES fZ'TJKI
: I Factory guarantied Gruen. Helbros. ,a,. Mrs. James Padgett last
.y (ElgIn.etc. Reg. 2688 DURABLE VINYL ;:: Sunday night.
r Pack of 3 cubes.
4"I 12 indoor snap a /y;,Q w ''L+' .
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1 I r, N ff. >,!:,
A clock In the bathroom
3ft may prevent morning dilly-
,, ):*.?-,! dallying.
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TELEGRAPH April IS,1976

I Bradford High Girl Netters Headed For District Tins WeekendBuchholz BHS Girls Second In Tri-Meet TuesdayIn

High of Gaines- Jennifer Jockel, Lynn Pierce, are the top Tornado hopes for team champion in district.
ville is a definite favorite to and Ruth Hazen, have been district honors. In district Usually,however the winning
take the district girl's tennis beaten only by Buchholz and team has as members the the toughest contest thus place in the shot put wi th34'21ja" and a discus projection of8.T8" Cindy Griffith took third in
tennis these have a
crown this weekend when 14 CHS. Those two teams have play girls semi singles and doubles cham far this season, the Bradford Selita Hawkins earned the 110 hurdles with a time of
In the
area schools, including Brad-- beaten BHS twice each, givingthe finals chance to finals end up, Mrs. Howard pions. High girl's track team took "She just won't turn. A turn third in the discus with a 20.8 and Frances Coltraine
ford High, will compete for a Tornado girls a 7-6 recordin or District play is set Thurs- second place with 65 points in her throw would help her 72'6" throw. managed fourth against the
trip to state. regular season play. says. and Saturday at against Buchholz with 75 and gain momentum, but she hada Laura Chase, Tammy two area teams.
Friday
In district tennis play, each day Clay County High with 34 here Pierce and Merri No more meets are
The Bradford girls, led by Jockel, Pierce, and Hazen Westside Park in Gainesville. good throw today. The only Kelly Lynn
winning match gives the Tuesday afternoon. person who has beat her in the Ormsbee combined times for scheduled until the April 30
face three
player's team one point. Winning players Berry, the district meet at tl.e University
matches three Fri- Mary medley discus was a girl from North the 880 medley relay taking
There will be a singles and Thursday relay team,Cindy Griffith and Marlon who threw 101'." first place with a time of two of Florida track, when entries
and the finals
doubles winner as well as a day, Saturday. Linda Richardson first place commented coach Melba minutes, four seconds. will strive for honors in the
SOCIAL SECURITY
honors In the three-way meet. Howard after the meet. Linda Richardson put discus, shot put, 880 and mile
Berry was tops in the discus JoAlice Goodman earned her best time of the relay, 880 medley, using the
BENEFITSTo REVIVAL throw" with a distance of second place in both throwing season together for a first place in the same girls attaining honors inTuesday's
9811. She also took third events with a shot of 34'2'-a"' meet
in 5:55.6.
mile run, clocking a :
assist in meeting death expenses, there Is APRIL 14-17 7:30 NIGHTLYPine Merri Ormsbee captured third

a lump sum benefit in practically all cases where Grove Congregational 10 UHS Netters Set For DistrictFive place in the event with a 604.4:
the deceased was covered by Soc al Security.This time.
amount, $255.00 can be paid to the quali- Methodist Church -Raiford, Florida Union County High Girls singles players Include Linda is now( striving for a
fied surviving spouse. If there Is no spouse thento Evangelist Lewis Hermesman from Lulu, Fla School girls and five boys will Lisa Mooneyham, Marion best time of 5:30: coach
in the district Howard says.
participate Walmsley, Nan Walker
the person who assumes responsibility for the Good singing& preaching nightly tennis tournament to be heldat Sylvia Acosta, and Dianne Cindy Griffith ran the 880 In
funeral expenses. a variety of courts in Johnson.Doubles team will he 2:40.9: to bring in another first
GOSPEL SING Gainesvill Thursday, April IS- Mooneyham-Walker plus place for the lady Tornadoes.
Frances Coltraine took third
WalmsleyAcosta.The
APRIL 24 -1:30: P.M. 17.Boys singles players include girls finished the season with a time of 2:49.4.:
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Chris Lawson, Greg with a 3-7 log.
Featuring, .:.Full Gospel Singers Ginstrom, Jose Acosta, Jorge the meet added five points to
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Lake Butler. Florida Lawson-Jorge Acosta plus Travel agent to customer: second place earned three
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Ambulance Funerals Monuments Information: 4311411 with a 4-7 record. f:Rst." Laura Chase in the 220-yard :

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and Berry Hudson capturedfourth .
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MOM. Betty Hudson and Emma
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team win two of three baseball April 9, in a game played on Bobcats came from behind to were not crowned princess. All runner-ups are eligible and If they win they will you money, do it yourself. Available for rental at
during the past week. games the BUS diamond.Hull defeat the Bradford High < go to State. A complimentary class on beauty, poise and modeling will be given Mary Carter Paints, 102 E. Brownie., Starke,
went three-for-three, Tornadoes 6-4 here
Jockel / April 10.11 by Pageant directors. Florida.
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II! Good Management Being Used To Protect Florida's ForestsThe County Agents Bobby By I'. '-1'.-'" .


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kills in
Brown patch grass
and
lawns
As our grass
.r r1 I more or less circular patchesthat
begins to grow this spring,
small and
spots
begin as
have noticed a good bit of
may expand several feel in
disease showing up
diameter. It also cause a
may
1 Iw throughout our area. Diseasesof
in thinning of the turf over a
common
{ J, l turfgrass are large area. It usually occurs
Florida, Each year they cause
the disfigurement of during warm, humid weather.

thousands of lurfgrass Dollar spot kills grass in

plantings. It is fortunate that distinct patches that are 2 to 3

much of the damage resulting inches in diameter. Patches

from diseases can be avoidedor take on a bleached straw

minimized if proper color. In severe cases small

.. t practices are carried out. patches may coalesce so that
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Therefore, it is available for large areas are affected. Leaf
.: _" ,: .'//tV those interested in growing spot-type lesions may be seen

tractor-plow unit mainstay of the Florida Division of Ranger Joe Harley gets tractor unloaded down ramp and Cutting off the fire by plowing lines that save thousands ofIrtts themselves turfgrasses with to acquaint factors outer on the margins blades of of grass the al small the

Fire Control ready to roll. annually
Forestry operation.by concerning occurrence patches. It occurs during mild
and control of the
symptoms to warm humid weather.
various turfgrass diseases.
Terry Reedy the name of progress. By 1920 the creation of the Florida 70,000 acres burned in a single ..... Control of a disease is
County Forester almost all of Florida's virgin Forest Service in 1928. The fire! ", .. Diseases are less likely to usually accomplished by the

timber was gone. Millions of first goal of the Infant organi- cause extensive damage to use of a fungicide. When usinga
The beginning of the Twenacres of barren, burned-over zation was to stop wildfires The few men of the Forest grass that has been properly fungicide the following

tieth Century saw a great land was all that remained. from burning over the timber- Service worked day and night s maintained according to points should be kept in mind:

change come about in Florida. The saw millers had cut out during those bad times fight. : recommended cultural In most cases it is best to
lands that were already heaT hand tools and the i
This state as coveredby vast and got out, working relentlessly ing with practices. spray the entire planting and
the hand of
ling by nature. As
small tankers and trac-
tracts of massive virgin pine west in search of more few not just the disease spot.
timber extending from Pensa- and more big timber. we would expect this was no tors they had. This equipment They are most likely to
cola to Lake Okeechobee. In small task. The people had to would be considered primitive occur during periods when the The directions and

the Everglades/; and along The wise people of this state learn to accept timber as a today. As time passed the organization weather is warm and there is precautions on the fungicide

many of the rivers throughout saw that something had to be resource that needs wise management grew providingfire an abundance of moisture. container( should be followed

the state you could find done to put these acres back The cattlemen were protection to every countyin This moisture may be the carefully.The .

cypress trees so huge that it into timber production. Man burning off thousands of acres Florida today. The Florida result of rain, fog, heavy dewsor fungicide should be

would take three and four realized he had a great dependence of open rangeland without Division of (Forestry, successor watering practices carriedout sprayed on the area so that
to reach around the base. trees for of the Forest Service, as by the individual.
men upon many regard for control. Dry spellssaw there is complete and even
These trees were not to things, from lumber, cooking tremendous fires rage, part of the Department of Many types of injury suchas distribution; otherwise the

rl'main.Ian.: in his wasteful and heating fuel to turpentine. killing livestock wildlife and Agriculture and Consumer those caused by grass may be injured and the

greed, began to cut them in This realization brought about men in the way. As much as Services under Commissioner nematodes, insects, spilled disease not controlled.A .
still has the
Doyle Conner responsibility -
to suppress all toxic materials, excess small amount of wetting
fertilizer and impropermowing
wildfires. In an attempt to Dispatcher Travis Wynn coordinates fire control efforts from be confused with agent, such as a liquid
can
accomplish this goal, firelinesare the Starke Work Center. detergent, should be used in
plowed for a minimal fee. disease damage./( The the spray to insure complete

etriTOKiAL Crews can standby while individual should eliminate coverage of the grass foliage.It .
of by
the injury
possibility
controlburning is best to small areas
landowners are spray
tions scattered about. From at Chipley and Lake City. Now these causes before assuminga
when possible, also for a at a time to obtain uniform
Starke, a mobile unit can con- all but a handful of counties disease is present. In .
vr- small fee.Rangers. tact base stations in Gainesville have County Foresters to general, the presence of a coverage.Use

attempt to make Jacksonville or at the advise landowners on man disease is indicated when enough water to wet the

the people of Bradford County Starke Work Center located agement of their woodland either the grass continues to grass thoroughly. (Ten

aware of fire problems by giving seven miles west of town on resources. This advice can decline or the condition gallons per 1.000 square feet is

school programs and mak- Highway 100. Not only do range from help in establishing spreads to new areas. usually sufficient.)

Up With BerriesBradford ing personal contact with these radios prove a useful woodlands to insect of disease An application every 10 to 14
If disease is found in
landowners. Investigativework tool in fire suppression achy i i- diagnosis and recom- a a days may be necessary to

has also been stepped up ties, but as a safety link as mendations all the way to planting of grass, it should be keep the disease under
identified and the
in an attempt to seek out the well, allowing the rangers to advice as to the best time and control.Do .
recommended control
County's strawberry industry production of large, sweet berries that malicious woodland arsonistsand call for help in an emergency way to harvest the timber. started not mow the grass
measures as soon as
may; !lt, down but it's never out. had the quality of arriving at the marketin penalize them for their situation. The Division of For- The education of the public possible. Two of the most immediately after applying a
has
.
estry come a long the has been fungicide.Call
crimes. In dry springs like way especially youth, diseases I have
it seemed extinction last good shape. But after the first spurt, this one has started out to be, since 1935 (the last year withno and continues to be one of the common seen or come by if you have
True near Brown Patch and Dollar
the berries declined in and radios all are
quantity at )
fires are still a problem. Per- primary goals of the foresters. questions or problems.
year when acreage dwindled to an all- quality, although he says this might be haps with all the homes Both those in rural areas and Spot.

time low of 30 but there are encouraging due to their location on high ground dur- located throughout the county, Along with Fire Control and those located in large metro-

indications of a renewal of interest Other with fire is actually a greater dan- Communications the young politan areas, spend a great
ing a long, dry spell. growers
than it 30 Forest Service immediately deal of their time working FORESTRYby'Ht't'K1SFIiFlt
this season with an estimated total of 75 ger today was years
Florida Belles report a better ago. There are more folks who began an attempt to establisha with students in schools : :;
acres. This is still I a far cry from the experience, however, with no decline.A can cause fire by accident, or nursery to provide pine scouting organizations, and COUNTY ('()t':NT%'unFS'rJ'U

plantings of 40 or 50 years ago when intent; most fires are man- seedlings for replanting the individually as well. IN BRADFORD

acreage reached a peak of more than new strawberry cannot be judgedon caused. Also we have more nearly 20 million acres of

1,000 and strawberries rolled from the one year's experience, and it will take likelihood of endangeringhomes devastated cut-overland. The This is done to teach a fuller
first endeavor that first of the wood
understanding
Starke and Lawtey platforms in carload several seasons of growing them to and lives! 19211. saw little success year but lands and all of nature in V1BKK! TAX TIPS

lots. But at least it is a start along "the know whether or not Florida Belle best Another approach the Divi- taught the foresters a great hopes of developing a greater
If to of effort to be sure timber
road back" and offers new hope that the suits the needs of Bradford County sion of Forestry has taken in deal. Longleaf pine seeds had appreciation for and wiser these your questions answer is "yes any ," sale qualifies us your a long-term
attempting to reduce fires and been planted on a wet site on use of all the resources within
time-honored art of strawberry growingwill In the meanwhile Sequoias
growers. please call, visit or write my;., capital gam.
not become extinct in Bradford continue to be the local favorite due to to protect property comes Fire .the prison grounds at Raiford. nature. In 1937 the first forestry office for help that could save 7&R.IOot: costs related lu
the Rural estab--
through The made them
poor showing training camp was
hundreds of dollars on the growing I und harvesting <.I t
their size and you
County. quality. Defense Program. Volunteerfire realize a need for better lished at Camp O'Leno This be
timber at
your federal income tax : standing can
The county agent's office here pre departments throughoutthe drainageThe annual camp is still going least partly recovered) in one
whichever
But eventuallywins
variety
state are assisted in strong. Last July three boys 1. Have uu sold timbersince
dicts that if plants are available next fall out. the big news is that interest in obtaining equipment and second attempt led by from the (Future (Farmers of 1973? > of IK' two"expensed wa)s. ,"'.I'or:Some claimed must as

and the present interest in berries continues strawberry production seems to be training. Through the com- the new nursery supervisor America Chapters in Brad 2 Do you think April 15 is deductions from your

acreage should climb back to at reviving. Perhaps the price of$6 to $6.50 bined efforts of the Division of C.ll. (Hux) Coulter, saw 75 ford County attended. This "doomsday"* -. that your lax ordinary income m the veuryou
Forestry the Bradford pounds of Slash Pine seed, will be the first girls is unalterable alter
least 100 or better. It would require 12-pint flat paid to for their year year return pay them (ibi) Others are..
per growers collected in Bradford. Union J
County Commissioners! and will attend the camp. y. that date each year?
about 130 acres to make the berry deal berries far this season has had some- and Columbia counties, not legitimate deductions, but
so the sheer dedication of its the state also is estab.. ing 3. Do you plan to sell timberin '
be 'oraddtd
"capitalized"
attractive enough for outside buyers to thing to do with this increased interest. members the Bradford Volunteer planted on a slightly drier site an environmental education the near future? can to the "cost basis" ol

come in again and help handle the crop. Fire Department is one on the Raiford Prison center in the Withlacooehee 4. Do you sell timber more timberi' and lutei

Anything less than that would not be of the best volunteer units in property. This proved to be Slate Forest for high school often than about once in live your snblr.lcll'lll'rom the gross saleprice
in Producing strawberries is somethingthat the state. It is a fine exampleof the start of a major branch of students. This center will be years.? taxable incomeis
to
sufficient to bring buyers resumeshipments so your
markets In recent Bradford County growers know successful teamwork. the Forest Service. Today, the the second such center as one 5. Have you purchased or reduced by I the mount ot
to eastern
how to do with a reputation of producT state nurseries number three exists on the Blackwater inherited any land from which these costs id A lew other
wildfire
seasons, the few berries produced here Although controlling soon to be four. Nurseries at River State Forest already. expect to sell timber?
ing perhaps the best quality in the U.S. was the most pressing Milton and Chiefland provide you cost.referred! toas "carrying
hll' been sold on local and nearby mar. These centers will provide an 6. Du you pay income tax on charges. can be handled in
kits With more than 100 years of growing action the newly founded For- seedlings for use in North and opportunity for students to the overall amount of a timber is most
whatever
experience behind the industry here it est Service had in 1928, there Central Florida. Punta Gordais learn about the environmentby sale on your land'1 advantageous way to

One reason for revival of interest in would be a tragedy to see strawberry were many it other important to the site of the Division ofForestry's being taught in it. It is achance 7. Have you gl'L'n up on If t this leaves you. you
functions was assigned
( tropical nursery
strawberries is due to the new Florida production fade from the scene in Brad- accomplish. The state leaders where the fast growing!; euca- to learn by experience. deductions claiming on a legitimate timber sale encouraged but :still confused.I'll .

r Ffc'lle tried this for ford Farmers and business realized that there was a need be glad to share what I
variety being year County. men lyptus is among the species The Division of Forestry has because you don't know what know with I don't claim to

the first time since it was developed.One working through the Chamber of for a statewide communications could function produced. many other activities as well. they are? lx an income you.tax professional.
network that
grower with a fairly large planting Commerce and other groups should during emergencies. The- Another nursery is being The four state forests are 8. Do you think it takes a and I'm likely I to( suggest!(

says he is disappointed with the new combine their efforts to see this does not Division of Forestry still has established to produce managed for timber wildlife Philadelphia lawyer to know se\l'r..lllmL'. :! that you should

berry since it started out with a heavy happen. the statewide radio communications Malayan Coconut palms to and recreation of kinds, suchas the difference between"capitalizing" get help from an expert but

that can be used as a replace the palms that are hiking, horseback riding, and"expl'nsing" I'm sure I can help you get a ,
eliminated lethal hunting and motorcycle jour costs on clearer ol where i
direct tie-in to civil defense being by yel- picture you
operations when needed. lowing. The Malayan Coconutis riding. Wood utilization timber sales or to recoverpart stand help you ask the right i
BureaucratsSeveral studies are being carried out of these costs on
I Baiting Messages can be sent from resistant to this disease. and mill your questions when you sec the 1
to help loggers income tux?
Miami to Jacksonville Starketo Since its humble beginning in wood expert.'' and help vou take him
Pensacola, or even into Ala 1928. the state nurseries have owners utilize the the inhumation he'll need to 1
bama or Georgia by use of produced well over two billion resources more wisely. Insect For each question here are give I you the advantages ot
Some hope for taxpayers may be seen reasons are given for the new radio communications. pine seedlings. The state of and disease studies are some points to consider: 1&2. the limber tax law

in the current game of "tangling with mood of antagonism existing between Naturally, this radio system Florida regularly leads all carried out. A study is being If you have sold timber within In Union County call 4Hti-! (

bureaucrats" now being played by bud.l'tt'on.'ious legislators and bureaucrats: serves as an aid in day-to-day states in the number of trees launched now to learn more the past 3 years, but you failed 21'\ 0 'I371H., in Bradford I
about pitch canker, the mysterious to all the that
legislators in Tallahassee.In suppression of small and large planted annually for commercial disease that is killing the use law allows advantages to reduce the 'ounty l'.11HioI. \ 0334.1'usfuSI'rrirr': .
.
--Through new budget procedures anda fires alike. It gives the purposes.In
of of timberin
thousands acres taxes the ,
you paid on profit
continuing review of agency programs, Rangers the Division of For Volusia and Flagler coun- of Limitations ;
this the Statute
contest, odds are on the side of estry personnel assigned to 1940 the Woodland Man
the legislators gaining insight into ties today Urban foresters
are allows to file mended
you an
the
legislators since Assistance
; they have the control wildfires contact with agement Programwas
mighty power of the budget behind the shortcomings and wastefulness of each other and the dispatchers begun with the establish- work to help plan liveable cities return to take proper Ihlt4 higher; /
growth with a more
advantage of the Tux Code
the bureaucracy.One at various base sta.It's ment of farm forestry projects
them, and bureaucrats unlucky enoughor atmosphere through the use of This is done with a Form I04(>- The Postal Service has

foolish enough to tangle with law- of the belligerent legislators putit trees and shrubbery. X. Another possibility is to announced increases of up to

makers risk having their staffs slashedto this way: "What I want to see in gov- Many other things could be apply for an extension of timeto 3:1: per cent in fees for spedaldl'hn'ry.
file income mail and
tax return, registered
ribbons. ernment is responsible and prudent use I Birthday Tribute'l\ Printer \ listed but it is enough to say and then your really get serious other services to become

of the taxpayers money. I'm tired of see- that the Florida Division of about studying your situation. effective! : April 18.

Consider the case of O.J. Keller, who ing mismanagement and inefficiency on Forestry is working in every 3&4. If you plan to sell The special I delivery charge

found himself out of a $37CKXJ-a-year jobas every hand.. not very often that t a days of changeover from way woodlands possible with to wise protect the timber in the near future, then will advance from tio cents to
manage. the way you sell it may makea 80 cents: the minimum money
Health and Rehabilitative Services newspaper person gets to printing by letterpress to the
Secretary when his The voters will undoubtedly say o.k. write about another person in newer offset method. His ment thereby benefit providing to all the the big difference in the amountof order fee from 25 cents to :Ho
management greatest
federal income tax cents, the certified mad fee
to that. !
the same field. When this background of experience in of Florida. you payespecially
practices offended powerful] senators. happens, it is always with a the field of offset was invaluable people -- if you have held from 30) to 40 cents; and the
-There is a national mood of hostility deal of another timber sale within the minimum registered mail
great pleasure, especially at this time.
Since that time legislative committees toward "big government," due to the when the person is past five years or so. If you charge from 95: cents to $1 l 25:

have demanded the firings of increase in taxes and the campaign among the top in his field. But his first love has always frequently sell timber. under a Other increases are from 20

the State's Business! Regulation Director rhetoric of presidential candidates. been printing, and he has been lump-sum contract you may cents to 25 cents for minimum

I Land Sales Director, and General With this introductory paragraph responsible for producing highIU&llIly lose the advantage of insurance; 25 cents! to 30 cents
it is an honor for us to work over the years. reporting the timber incomeas for special handling. ; and 70
--It is election and the (
Services Director and five of his an |
top year extend congratulations/; to lie has always obtained his \1) I.AMI.KritOTKSTKI: ; : capital gain. cents to 80 cents for collect-on-
assistants. The latter' survived when the legislators are eager to tell their consti- Claude C. Crowson on his greatest pleasure from hand : : ) 5&6. If you own land from delivery mail.

cabinet defended them but their future tuents what they think the voters wantto birthday He has been a member ling printing during the hectic Dear SirRegarding which you expect to harvest The increases are expectedto

effectiveness remains to be seen. hear. of The Telegraph family time of election years. The timber, you will need to bring in an additional $5
since the early 195u's lie and deadlines are always difficultto the .ad on page declare a part of its initial million per month, but still the

his wife Adelaide, came to meet and the customer is four of the April 8 issue of the value or cost as timber value. agency is expected to have a

Starke from Columbia. S.C. always in a rush. Each one TKLKC1HAP1I: ; \ surprisedat This "Cost basis," modified record deficit of $1.5 billion

oRIo COlJ They came from a hmg!-time wants! a guarantee that his ad you! through the years by both this fiscal year.

NAY newspaper-punting family or his campaign card: will It has always seemed to me sales and tree-growth will be An earlier effort by the

p iliif which owned and operated the make him a winner. Well Mr. that this paper maintained a partly (or wholly subtracted Postal Service to increase fees

N ernvt 4 Towson Printing Corporationin Crowson is a veteran of many relatively high degree of from your timber proceeds at last January was blocked by

wawaO Columbia.Mr campaigns: and when another excellence in proofreading.! I each sale when figuring how U.S. District Judge John J.

oyC Crowson has been election year rolls around, you trust that the language used in much of the income is Sirica who ruled that all

1 3 for the responsible can see his eyes light up and the advertisement for John taxable; and this "depletion proposed increases must be
MILLER
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M.
newspaper creative ideas begin to flow. Brown's Mobile Home Center allowance" can make a big submitted to the Postal Kate
rt 0't4 Publishers production and
printing
area difference in taxes. Commission independent
was merely an oversight and your an
of The Telegraph operation It's not often that we make a
Published each Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla. not something we may cometo 6, Continued. Even after agency, for consideration.This .
Thursday and entered as second during which time the paper lot of fuss over a birthday, but
subtracting these done 5,
in future issues. January
costs was on
expect ,
Actof! March 3 1879.SubscriptIOn.
under more than doubled in circulation in this case however we
remember that and the
half of higher charges are
only
rate in trade area: $6 per year: $3 50 six months. and increased from 10 to make an exception. Happy Please spare us the obsceni- long-term a

Outside trade area: $7 per year: 4.00 six months. Fla. 12 pages to a healty is to 20 at birthday Mr. Crowson. ties. taxable and capital at a lower gain rate is basis being imposed while the on a commission temporary
Starke
Phone 964 6305 the present time. lie was alsoin Lynette R. Baxter than the rate for ordinary considers whether they should

charge during the difficult -The Telegraph force 408( Redgrave St. Income. So it's worth some bo made oermanent.

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J Inmate Found InnocentIn First United St. Mark's Madison St. At EASTER First Assembly EGG HUNT of God

Methodist ChurchThe episcopal Corner of 16 & Weldon St
Baptist Church Sat. April 17th at 2 til 4 p.m.
I UMYF will have a pancake Church All children under 12 yrs. old
Fatal Prison breakfast following Easter 900 W Madison,Starke welcomed. Each child brings 3
StabbingAfter Sunrise Services in Fellowship Chureh muff Last J.ok.an. 81..... boiled colored eggs, there will
Hall from 1:00-9:43 THE: 'REVkJOHN! M. FLYNN P Easter Service: Sunrise be prizes and refreshment,
a.m. Donations accepted at Service 6:30: a.m. outside too.

four days of trial a weeks prior to the trial. He was present at the gym Inci- the door.$1.25 and 75 cents for Maundy Thursday, April IS: platform, Special music, Sunday April 18th we will
nine-woman, three-man Cir testified that t he had no per- dent. Stringer testified he children under 10. 7:30: p.m., Holy Communion, combined choirs, short Easter have dinner on the ground and
cuit Court jury found Rickie sonal knowledge of the fatal heard a slap and saw Young The First United Methodist Stripping of the Altar. .eL (i 3afU"C message by Bro. Moore. good fellowship in the Lord.
Lee Young not guilty of mur- stabbing incident. jumping to get out of the way Church will have a Community Good Friday April 16: 1 Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Everyone is welcomed to
der in the first degree in the Wilson said that he was bisexual of Wingard who had a metal Easter Sunrise service In pm. : Penitential\ Office .f2 Childrens Church 11 a.m., both the egg hunt and the
Feb. 25, 1975 stabbing death of and that Wingard had object in his hand Stringersaid the Sanctuary on April 18 at 7 Medications Morning Worship II a.m. dinner,but most of all, you are
fellow Florida State Prison approached him about becoming that some people con- a.m. All are cordially invitedto Easter Even Saturday, Sermon Topic: "Resurrection' invited to attend church and
inmate Darrell Lee Wingard. his partner, but Wilson sidered Wingard good and attend. April 17: 5:30: p.m., Holy Bap Sunday-Sunday School, Meaning", Church Training worship the Lord with us.
The jury deliberated 90 mile declined. Wilson admitted others considered him bad. Sunday: 9:4S'a.m.: ::, Sunday tism and Vigil, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, 6:13: p.m., Evening Worship Pastor Robert Harden and
utes before returning the not having relations with Young Bozeman, also an FSP School for all ages. Easter Sunday, April to: 11am; Church Training, 6:15: 7:30: p.m. Sermon Topic: church Invites you. Come one,
verdict twice inmate, testified he was a p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: "Easter's Afterglow",
guilty Thursday, 10:35: a.m.: Sunday School 8:30a.m.: Holy Eucharist; 9:45: Come all.Sunday.
March 25. Attorney Dudley Wilson testified that Win- close friend of Wingard and children will decorate a crossIn a.m. Church School Flower- p.m. Monday Ladies Softball
Hardy based his defense of gard's reputation in the prisonwas took the homemade knife the courtyard with fresh ing of the Cross; 11 a.m. Monday-Girl's Ensemble, game 7:30: p,m. Pratt St. School 10 a.m.,
Young on the basis that the bad.Young. from Wingard in the gymnas- flowers. Festival Holy Eucharist. 6:40 p.m.; Youth Choir,7 pm. Tuesday Morning Bible Morning Worship 11 a.m.,
stabbing was done in self testified that Win ium before Wingard could 11 a.m.: Morning Worship Tuesday-Friendship Study 10 a.m., Men's Softball Evening Services 7 p.m.
R defense. gard had no friends in the prison stab Young. He said that he Nursery Provided. Sunday School Class Meetingat game Tue. Westside Park, Tuesday Bible Sutudy 10
Young, currently serving a and Wingard had been drink- CALVARY BAPTIST Josie Kimbril, 7:30: p.m, 7:30: ,
life term for murder, testifiedhe Douglas Price, who testifiedfor Ing "home-brew" most of the Monday: 2 p.m.: Brownie CHURCH Wednesday-Family Night Family Night Wed. 6:30: a.m.Wednesday Prayer Services
was threatened by Wingardat the state, said he was day of the incident in the gym Troop No. 370.Wednesday:2p. Easter services: Supper,6:15: p.m.; Org. Mtgs., p.m., Youth Choir Practice 7pm.
the FSP gymnasium at a working in the prison bakeryon nasium.He .m.: Cadette Sunday school-9: 6:45: p.m. "Hour of Power", Wed. 7:30: p.m., Prayer C.A.'s 7 p.m.UYAL .
movie about 10 days prior to the day of the incident and testified that Wingardhad Troop No. 520. Morning worship...U a.m. 7:30: p.m.;, Adult Choir, 8:15: service Wed. 7:30: p.m., Adult ?
the fatal stabbing. Young said had just turned his back to a bad reputation in the 7 p.m.: Chancel Choir An Easter pageant will p.m. Choir Practice Wed. 7:30: p.m.
Wingard pulled a homemade check some spare ribs that prison community. Rehearsal. presented in the 7pm. Thursday-Visitation, 9:30: Thursday Ladies Softball CEMETERY
knife on him and hit Young In were cooking in an oven when Bobby Little, an FSP evening service at the church a.m.; :Visitation, 7 p.m. practice 5:30: pm.Fridayevening. WORKING '
the back of the head. he heard a commotion and inmate, also testified that FIRST PRESBYTERIAN located at Cherry and Saturday..Bus Ministry Men's The will be a working at
Young also said Wingard turned around to see Young Wingard had a bad reputation. CHURCH Madison streets. Public Is Visitation, 8:30: a.m.; Youth Softball game 8:45: Westside Dyal Cemetery Saturday, y

again threatened him, this stabbing Wingard several Hardy was appointed to invited Visitation, 1:30: p.m. Park.Rev. \ 24 from 8 a.m. till..
time with a dough cutter, just times Price also said Young represent Young last Decem- Sunday school-9:45: a.m., O.D. Moore, Pastor .April..,...g lawn mowers and other
prior to the fatal stabbing in had his arm around Wingard's ber by Judge John J. Crews of Morning Worship-11 a.m. Morgan Road PINE GROVE CHURCHHOMECOMING tools to work with.
the prison bakery. Young, a throat. Gainesville after Young Dr. Jack Hand of
small 130 pounder, testified he Also the first witness for the requested that a private Jacksonville will bring the Baptist!! Church The homecoming at Pine My Neighbors
reached for a homemade knife defense Price told of activi- attorney be assigned to his Choir practice is Grove Church near Raiford
instead of the message. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::'.:':':':: '
and started stabbing the ties in the bakery prior to the case public Thursday at 7:30 p.m.. Morgan road will be held Easter Sunday. ::1r ';:

larger 175: pound Wingard. stabbing incident. He said defender's office.Assistant Starke,Florida The business meeting to ''n cud Of Thanks '1 I
Defense attorney Dudley mgard had spent some time State Attorney elect officers for the Pine :

Hardy established that the cleaning the dough machine in Mack S. Futch was the main WELCOME: Grove cemetery will be held H4 S ;,::::::. .:->>::::::::::::;:::::::::::::;:;;::;
motive for the- murder was the bakery. prosecutor for the state. He LONGBRIDGE BAPTIST Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor after the morning services
that Young had a homosexual Melvin Franklin, an inmateat was assisted by chief assistant Sunday Services: Sunday and a donation will be taken
relationship with another FSP testified he lived next State Attorney Kenneth The Longbridge Baptist School 10 a.m.. Morning for the upkeep of the CARD OF THANKS :
inmate and that Young was door to Win ard and saw Win Hebert of Gainesville duringthe Church. 10.miles west of Worship & Services for the cemetery We wish to express our deep
acting in self-defense in the gard pull a knife on Young in third day of the trial when Starke on SR100, will have a Deaf 11 a.m., Training Union Everyone is welcome. appreciation to our many friends
stabbing death. the prison gym and hit Youngon defense counsel Hardy presented gospel sing and dinner on the --------------
6:30
p.m., Evening Worship and relatives for their prayers,
Young testified of the fact ine back ot the neck about his case. grounds on Easter Sunday 7:30: p.m. Office worker explaining food. cards and visits in the r

that Wingard sent word to him 10 days prior to the fatal ...... ....... following morning r worship. Wednesday Service: Mid bandaged hand: "I did it recent loss of our loved one v,
that he would like to him. stabbing. The Frampton family opening the childprotectorcap
see Week Prayer Service & Bible May God bless each of you ;
They met in the prison libraryand He said Clyde "Sleepy" ObituariesMrs.Mamie singers will present a Study 7:30: p.m.. Choir on a bottle of aspirin" s:;.. The Family of Graham A. I o,
Bozeman took the homemade program. -Dale McFeatters, Field "Now '
Wingard told Young to Practice 8:15: pm. promise me you won't '"
stop messing! with my "sissy," knife away from Wingard at -- I Newspaper Syndicate bring up gas mileage. vews'I,
the "female" partner in a the incident in the gym. ,,1
homosexual relationship. Franklin said that Wingard ClarkMrs.
It'S. fart-.
Young denied he is a homosexual had a had reputation in the \ EAGLE OH sueIHVKSDAY.fRIDM =

but admitted) that he prison. Mamie Clark, 67, of ==.. MElICAIID _
had relations twice with ano- Kenneth Hipke, an FSP Route 2, Starke. died Sunday
ther inmate, Herbert "Kim" inmate from Canada, testified morning, April 11. In the db. AND SATU PDAyt "
Wilson. Young said other that Wingard had a bad repu- Shands Teaching Hospital in
people said VAingard was tation. .Gainesville following a brief
"married to Wilson Kenneth Stringer, an FSP illness. '
Wilson, from Tampa, was inmate said he was not present Porn July 14, 1908 in 3 1)'" PRICE PIUHCC
released about two and a half at the bakery incident but JVl.il "icinv.' Mrs Clark lived i. i
in the north side of Starke for '


I | Hampton Hi-Lites Iby \ Church many of years..the Northside She was a Baptist member Our tow pses dip even lower on tofi .name merchandise! f'r. -7, (if-ifMEVI 1'

A'I
Survivors include two

Dolores:Menu children will have lots of timeto daughters, Mrs. Nadine COOL OFF i'If3SPEED /
4ax! -Isl3! : brighten up their neighborhoods Cannon and Claradean Clark, WITH
The Hampton Senior Citi- both of Jacksonville; two bro-

zens Club meeting has been We are proud to have an interesting thers, Dave Tanner and Luell o '. ;.\
changed from April 16 to April personality in our Tanner, both of Lawtey, four ,'f 1 i _-'-' "g
23. It is hoped that those who school. Mrs. Ulonnie Derkman sisters, Mrs. Bessie Pringle of % 4'f t Pr --jiifgg: =- i I

were unable to attend the last has been with us nearly four Baldwin, Mrs. Winnie Gordonof \f 20" PORTABLE fA!; ;!! '
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meeting due to illness have years and now works as our Jacksonville. Mrs. Sadie
of Starke and Mrs. 26 "II "i1t1: c:.. :::- ;,1II 1 1W
recovered.The cafeteria manager Blonnie Kelly FAN !:+ .: PV;;7 E51 J. '
Hampton Christian was born in Cairo, Georgiaand Daisy Thompson of Lawtey, ;+ (; W1' .. J
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Church has scheduled Fellowship and five grandchildren. : ..
a lived in the Avon Park I 0"t
Covered I Dish Supperat area during tier school >ears Funeral services were held IN RUGGED ,t G 'i I
the Hall Tuesday afternoon, April 13, .jj; ;..IZ'I
City Saturday She and her husband, Oren, Jr "
April 17 at 5 pm. came to Starke in 1953. They in Northside Baptist Church STEEL CASE / Sp.- )"1.j' 11,-is
The Hampton Baptist have a daughter Cheryl, whois with Rev James T. Parrish sArE 2S% SAVE 24% VALUE PLUS! I, cf'@ ,
Church is proud of the new married to George Allen officiating. Burial was in I -!-S 'i
basketball court which, has and works for Television Evergreen; Cemetery near 9.44 : = :=5 --'I ; i
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been recently completed on Channel 5 in Gainesville.. Raiford with DeWitt C Jones 53 1.27 ii_;; ;::1i.J.j.;,.,.I_::s=' -=

church grounds. The mem- Oren and their son. Dick, Funeral Home in charge of DISCOUNT PRICe WAS ID* DISCOUNT PRICE WAS t..II supeR low DISCOUNI Pelee 15 7 3 -=- = -
bership is now collectingfunds both attend adult education services. MEN'S t-INCN HIRNESS lOOT ::-
to provide<< lighting for classes in electric welding. all RrRI10W10 H1IIIEIIT SO-PACK 44-O.T. PLASTIC WITH TRIPLE STUP I RIMS .
the court. Wilkison MOTH OIL UIITCNEN CAR RASS WITH Chocolate imlmi ) win SAVE 3.15
Blonnie is in charge of meal Jerry !! TEAS ENURE eat" aside
LIFE/ TWIST TIES
The chicken and fish fry planning and submitting food zipper, tricot liamz 2" beet 7 1.12.

held last Saturday by the orders to the county office. Jerry C. Wilkison, Sr., 38, of DISCOUNT PRICE
Hampton Volunteer Fire With the help of Mrs. Florrie Rt 1, Lawtey, died at his residence -
l Department was verv sue Brown and Mrs Neva Williamson Sunday evening April WAS 18.88 c s
cessful. !Mr J Adams of Blonnie turns out \11.
Hampton Lake won the Shetland some of the most attractive, Born September 30, 1937
pony which was given nutritious and delicious mealsin Mr. Wilkison wasan Air Force
away. However, Justin Wads- Bradford County. The chil- veteran, serving in the latter
worth later acquired this ponyas dren especially enjoy her 1950's.! and was a member of
a gift from his grandfather.Cakes hamburger, pizza and chicken the Calvary Baptist Church of /

donated by Mrs. Dolly dinners Those cinnamon rolls Starke. He was employed by VALUE PLUS! VALUE PLUS! v i,
Dowling were auctioned and are the best! the Safety Division of the VALUE PLUS!

went to high bidders :Martian Blonnie loves growing green Duval County School Board. 1.88
Brodsky and Bill Trinks things too, and her roses are Surviving is his parents Mr. 1.94 2.97 I
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Music was provided throughthe gorgeous. She also enjoys and Mrs. Bennett L. Wilkison, sunn LOW DISCOUNT MICA SUPtR LOW DISCOUNT PRICE copes lOW DISCOUNT cues II .
evening by Hank Lott, sewing and we all wonder Sr. of Lawtey; two sons, Jerry TWD 1...., JMS EMU WAIT ....T. POLVFOAMMl WOMEN'S CRISS-CROSS \. r L (
Claude :Morgan, Donnie Lott when she has time to decorate C. and Robert Wilkisort, both .LKIIt CMMIM n MALI CHEST Wm MOLDED SANDALS WITH A DENIM LOOK ) '
and Bob Brown. Singing was those lovely cakes which she of Lawtey, one daughter, NIL MTU SNAILS URHES KEEPS FOII COLI Yellow. red navy M Eras eftmmy + ;
done by !Mrs Lynn Hall and is artistic enough to fashion in Michelle Wilkison of 1SX
Lawtey; vinyl lets the smnliiif p. 5.10. SAYE 12% VALUE PLUS! SAVE_ _
Margaret Crawford Dancingwas v
anv design desired. six brothers: Bennett L. Wil:
enjoyed by many following One of her latest creationswas kison, Jr., of Jacksonville, riUEPL8SI '_ 251.00 4.84 2.96
the dinner Among those a beautiful Holly Hobby Donald K. Wilkison and 1J
who made this evening a success cake which was used to celebrate Freddie D. Wilkison, both of r''.oM P'r 12 02. HU ( '1 DISCOUNT PRICE, WAS ZM4 SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE WAS S.01
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were Ralph Green, Mr. Amy Clark's 8th birthday Lawtey; Hubert L, Wilkison of MEl MEN'S nnoRi2ED NYLON FAMOUS HUN WESTERN MEN'S SNORT SLEEVE WHITE
and :Mrs Ernest Green. Bill on April 5. Live Oak Paul[. Wilkison of LEO FOAYOP ., ST nCI DRESS SOCKS SNAP-FRONT SHIRTS FOR MEN SHIRTS NEED NO ROBINS(
Trinks, Dudley Langston, --- Mount Dora, and Charles E. -I'. IMF Stay) ihijdv. sea like km! Poptlwcoins. Never ins polyester cottons, ,M (loiuf* polyester cotton blend with
George Davis, Sr., Arthur :Mrs Diane Bruno enjoyed a Wilkison of Starke; three sis- +rJw Stretch to lit 10 13 solids, clucks, pliidi S. M, UXlsm super teat :adoring S. M t. Ill

Bruno Gordon Wadsuorth visit from her aunt and uncle ters: Mrs. Annette Wiggins, C 20%
and Roy Koark :Mr and Mrs. Martian Brod- :Mrs Eunice Edwards and \
:Miss Sheila. Haddock is enjoying sky and son, Clay. They plan Mrs. Gloria Rowe all of Jacksonville 1.96PRlet I
her Easter vacation to stay with the Bruno's for a i..iqif
from Trinity Bible College in week, continuing their vaca- Funeral services were held NOHsneLOMINtN ((1.67 DDISCOUNT WAS 244 M A e

Jacksonville tion around the state and Wednesday afternoon April FRTPU 110111 CANVAS $001102 G
Belated Happy Birthday returning home to Massachusetts 14, in Lawtey Cemetery with FOR VOIDS UULI SIRE 1 I ,
wishes are extended' to :Mrs Rev Jim Black and Rev. Jim 1.97 I S Saud toes and twaloest some '
Betty Smith who celebratedon The Hampton Area Volunteer Hall officiating. DeWitt C. wAS L toe caps. CesteaN Mole. 101. t.t.r\ U

April 5. Charlene Darrahon Fire Department held its Jones.'uneraillome of Starke
April 6, Happy Anniversaryto regular monthly meeting was! in charge of arrangements -
:Mr and Mrs. Harold :Monday evening at the firehouse UVC 34X "
Waters who celebrated on Mr. George Davis now rI s WESTCIOIELECTRIO PATIi ti.,4a w .L w t.
F
April 12.Tammy. serves as Fire Chief and it is n l Ly .,
Bjltlree reports additional funds will be Mrs. Helen SmithBy !itl I "
hoped ? ALUM CLOCK ( /
that the 4-11 meeting held at obtainable to keep the needed Jeannette Prescott I SAYE f% 0 SAVE isx 0' $m i.oaT
Hampton School on April 5 fire protection in operation. 2.88 =
was attended by 26 members, 2.66 1.66 5.96
Mrs, Helen Clements WAS 3,77
2 guests and 7 leaders Gene \MPTON LAKE Smith of Keystone Heights J o DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 2.M DISCOUNT PRICE WAS U7IRIS1 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 0,00

Joyner and David Stone :NEWS; died Thursday, April 8. SAY 2'% yU3; SAVE 25% .III, .n' SWAT, I TIE SET ( T-TOPS III COOL, NEW! SAFARI SNINT I SNORT
demonstrated building a gun Mr. and Mrs. James D. Born in Telfair County II flllT I' THE LOOIII COMFIRTULI 100% COTTON in FOR JR.AOVEHTNHERSSnwt
rack. 4-H Rally Day was discussed Casey are busy completing Georgia Mrs. Smith was a LM. T2.TO, 8.88 1.47 Enter ems up speciM* Pernjnent Stilprs md solids a colors Itorlinteo Dieted bind jacket witn bit ':
Mr,, Royce Joyner led plans for the marriage of their housewife and a member of $ $\I DISCOUNT PRICe WAS 107 pillS ptrrester cotton sins 41. every sm d" Sins 7 111.' toned pockets. Gotten, um 41.7 :
the and Mrs. Bernice SUPER LOW DISCOUNT MICr
prayer daughter, Deborah Mane to
the Methodist Church.
I Baldree served refreshments. Stephen Lynn Wright on Survivors include two 149 RIB-TROOP VINYL FOAM 27iT2" AIR MATTRESS IN SAY! 23%
Saturday. April 24, 7 p.m. at Mrs. Debbie AOTO SUPCOVIRS SUITOR PEAS RAUCE VINYL ADORH SIlF-SnilKO ;:
SCHOOL :MOWS the First Christian Church in daughters Henke Alburquerque, New WAS 1.11 a TO FIT SOLID, SPLIT SACK IriiMeR. the betth. ntb timsliieopunts. HAIR SPRAT, 11-02. w! 3 ;'!:'
Comlortitjli built lo pillow,
Mrs Arleen Rich who .
Starke. They welcome friendsto '
Mexico, and Miss Jackie i 1.27
serves as special reading this occasion. 'I l ld I
teacher for Hampton Elemen- Stephen Spell was \11 years Smith of Keystone> Heights: sm 11%_ WAS LOO =. j{!<
one son, Cecil Smith of fin 12% e
tary School has constructed a old on April 8 He tried out his Jacksonville 14 02. JMHSOR '
captivating bulletin board in new rod reel Sunday on a fish- ; one! grandson, f11, IAW1 LEMON PLIOSE Llu 'J.
and sister Mrs. Wilma SlfE 31% l hw
one SUM ALL MR-
the school rial!. It reads ing trip to Cedar Key. CLEARS I WUES 1 I .
Clements of Atlanta. Ga. 119C IA/rl/
POSE
OUANIR 1 TINE OHEME RIHSS' .
"Spring into Action Pick Up :Mrs L.A. Wynn returned to = # t. '.
Funeral services wl k ,
Pollution' were 1.22 H K. ALL, LEMON, ,
her lake home last week with
held
The first, second, and third Mrs. and Saturday afternoon, WITH MOT '::
Major Edward wstM ,YO
did that last Wed April 10, from the graveside TOUR 880 f'P M. I 'I :;:
grades just Laneir who spent a few days In wMDM n 1 t Y I
Keystone Heights Ar.A CHOICE -
nesday They gathered on the a n"" i I
in (
Wallace N C. with WAS ut Idt n +
Rev
Cemetery Jerry SMI 17% .
school grounds and filled E 12% 1 I
gar Mrs. Pat Clark reports that Milton SAYE
bags with all sorts of her officiating. ----- IAH 21% 1r2wtlnuLl4a 1-:
bage
father Lewis Thomas, a DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 1.97
trash. Now we are all proud of former resident of this area Home was in charge of SOPER- WILXIHSSHOONOED ::96 2. e 1i i t p!
the lovely clean school has returned to his home in SWTOUARU NnE1lLN- DISCOUNT wily WAS 2.0T DISCOUNT PRICe WAS 2.STMISSES' DISCOUNT MICA WAS SiM10PR.
grounds and hope it will stay Palatka after several months arrangements. IRO SNORKEL I MASK in IN SLUES ITS ri[
that neat! Perhaps the chi at the VA Hospital in Gaines 77 SLOTHSC MIAMI PRO CONTOUR MASK i n 1.4-7 W SUPER JER1KT FISHIOR TIN[ TOPS LOOK ROOD, FEEL SIlO IR ,
--- PUNTS POLL-ON POLYESTER FARTS
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dren will extend this cleanup av Skitterprool NeWerRrtec ctslMRedMits
ville.Mr. A$ L41 /ya $ Nary yea teal M nee, aasser Comfort knME I IOOH /e Ml
project to their own homes and Mrs. Jenks Dunn James Buchanan was the wAm 1, toe conrfort doh deslm I HUrh oyta t M. L ttfytiter Axl HE. s'ML ItTHk
and the community. and daughters from Ocala
Since there will be no schoolon enjoyed a three day campingvacation only States President to remain of a the bachelor United, FAr-iI: f' c ONVEIMIENT 312 Madison St. PACK REG. 100's
FAMILY STORES
Good and the DISC OUMT
Friday entire at their property on
week following Easter, the the lake. National Geographic notes Opnn doily q frlS, Sinclrty,, til 6 964-7513 470 451 $4U


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: Kitten Hull Honored At Linen ShowerMiss r : .'

Nancy "Kitten" (Hull, covered trellis. Miss Debbie tit .Jfff.: .
bride-elect, was honored at a Edwards presided at the \ April IS, 1976 TELEGRAPH Page 13
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linen shower April at 8 p.m. punch bowl.
given by Mrs. J.M. Edwards, The hostesses presented the :
Jr. and Miss Debbie Edwardsat honoree with a sheet and \ t2 Nt \ 4 -, Donna Hicks, David Causey, Jr. Wed March 20
the Edwards home. pillow case set as a memento t Cw' ... \ Uq <; ,r:5=-
Arrangements of spring flowers of the occasion. y-= Donna Jane Hicks, daughterof
were used in the party Among the guests were Mrs. Ann Hill Plays Midwife For Baby Ducks Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. '
rooms. Joe Hull, mother of the Hicks of Jacksonville,
Games were played and honoree and Mrs. Kate Snead, Ann Hill (Mrs. C.G.) won't Mrs. Hill took the four eggs formerly of Starke, and David
prizes were awarded to Mrs. grandmother. r' have l bunnies for Easter but If into their garage and put themin Causey, Jr., son of Mr. and rwNwrrr
Drew Reddish and Mrs. Kate 1 P ,: YY II her motherly instinct works an improvised nest and Mrs. David Lee Causey, Sr. of
Snead, grandmother of the Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Walker: k + 1 she will have four baby ducks erected an electric light over Jacksonville Beach, were
honoree. and daughter, Cindy, of Fort t i who were pecking from inside it, forcing the eggs to hatch. united In marriage Saturday, j ,
The refreshment table carried Lauderdale were weekend their shells Monday after- Her neighbors made regular March 20, at 7 p.m. t
out the spring theme in guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. noon.One of them hatched the calls and visits during the first A reception followed at the r
the decorations with a flower Moncrief.Jeila. night before. of the week to check on the home of the bride's parents.
The mama duck, a mallard, new family. The mama duck, The bride graduated from A
swims wild in front of the Hill who is wild, also made Forest High School and is
Debbie Green, home on Kingsley Lake and periodic visits to check on the employed with Southern Bell .
laid her 13 eggs in the Hill's midwife but kept her distance. in Jacksonville.
I'i
Carl Hunsinger azalea bushes. Then an ani When the young-uns are Mr. Causey graduated from r
mal discovered the nest over able to fare for themselvesAnn Forest High School, attended
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s EngagementTold the weekend and destroyed all will give them back to Florida Junior College and
but. four eggs. their mother. served in the Air Force. .
Mr. and Mrs Elvin Doyle ;"',. \ II1.9 l\L Following a wedding trip to ,, iiiI
the p} 4 fi. : "\ Blue Ridge Mountains, Ky.
announce
Casey ment of their daughter engage- 4 ,. the couple is residing in I
::b.e & S r
gift op Deborah Fay Green, to CariHunsinger Starke where Mr. Causey is
son of Angus T, a owner and operator of the Mr. and Mrs. David Causey, Jr.
.
132 E. Call Starke Florida McDowell, all of Starke. ; ; r Euphoria Shop.Gerald r
Miss Green will be a 1976

School.graduate of Bradford High ,' Adkins It's as tough"
SPECIALS "
Mr. Hunsinger is a 1975 gra Celebrate 50th
duate of Bradford High '

by INTERNATIONAL SILVER School.Union Correctional He is employed institutionand at "rt, AnniversaryMr. as its nameHUSKY ,,

is enrolled at t Santa Fe t
Community College.A 'I? ; .and Mrs. Gerald Adkinsof
June wedding is planned r Hampton celebrated their
April 2 golden wedding anni- ; pllVpll
versary at a dinner party at
Holy Week Plans .x.'. .v ,, their home on April 4.
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,.n"' ;, i Those attending were Mr. ,
__ i l Made By Altar ,;.t........... ,. and Mrs. E.M. Prevatt, Sr., American Parts Husky shock
.d' -
bit and Mrs. Calvin Richard
rt'J-
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.; ...,,. .... and daughter, Faye, and Guy absorbers are built to take what
SocietySt. ';, ."' ... :I'f}..r ,, ...... Padgett of Starke and Mr. and the roughest roads can dish out l Vf ny
'- Edward's Altar Society L<- J.. 1 .'.c '" .- T Mrs.Joel Smith and family of They're 1'' >* heavy-duty shocks

__ 1 made plans for Holy Week and A2C and Mrs. Floyd Kemp Jacksonville. that are so strong, they're

_, Easter at a meeting in the Brenda Funk, Floyd:Kemp Wedding Told guaranteed for the life of your /
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parish hall Tuesday evening, Miss Nancy Hull car Yet they re priced with ,
April, following Mass. Announcement is made of dale. the lightweights Ridecomfortablysmooth
Mrs. John Samons, presi the wedding of Brenda Jean The bride wore an empire Luncheon Honoree road
dent, presided at the meeting. Funk and Airman 2nd class style gown made of organza '
Mrs. Jimmy Moore, Altar Perry Kemp. and lace. The maid of honor or rough-on Husky l/
Chairman announced that Floyd Mrs. Kemp is the daughterof and her bridesmaid were Miss Nancy Hull, April 23 ,/
Gladys Weldon and Joan Mr. and Mrs. Eugene T dressed in old fashioned bride-elect, was honored witha 95 ,
2 PIECE Christensen took care of Funk of Riverdale, Ga. Mr. gowns with old fashioned lace. bridesmaids luncheon Saturday 15 Teach i 1
altars during March Mrs. The attired in his at the Garden Restaurant
; Kemp is the son of Sgt. Mjr. groom was Installahonnotincluded.AmericnnParttiHUSkyShnck.
FLUTED Richard Welty offered to do Floyd Kemp of Lawtey and Air Force dress blues.A given by Mrs. Lennard B.
( oo this work during April, when a Ms. Martha E. Kemp of reception was held at the Register
(l'Ce special general cleaning pro Jonesboro, Ga. home of the bride. The rectangle shaped table against absnrbersareyuaranleen delects and wear out
ject will be conducted. After a wedding trip to was complimented with a 1
Sandra Funk, sister of the 'lor as long as you own your
Sauce Bowl 5Yz" Plans were made to assist in bride, was maid of honor and Griffin Ga. the couple is now floral arrangement of car Present proof ol IIII
These beautiful, lustrous, heavyweight serving pieces are providing lunch at the Holy Cathy Hendrix, also sister of residing at Moody AFB in Val- assorted flowers in pinks, purchase to dealer tor ulremnvalandinstallal
crafted with quality features usually found only In expensive Week Services on Tuesday at the bride, was bridesmaid. dosta, Ga.Barbara. yellows and whites. Miss Hull replacement Cost I ol I
tableware. The Flatware the Methodist Church. was presented a corsage of m
pieces are trademarked Ronnie Hayes of Riversale, III
International Silver-plate and plated with pure silver. The It was decided to provide Ca. was best man and usher Valinski, pink baby carnations. The not included
sauce bowl and salad bowl arclear crystal in a distinctive comfort bags for the Lake City was Barry Lourie of River-- bridesmaids and flower girl I
fluted design Veterans Hospital In May. Ronald Knowles were presented gifts.
Mrs. Weldon explained this The hostess presented Miss
=---_- project to those who were not Sandra Huggins Wed March 29 (Hull with the creamer in her AMERICAN PARTS
familiar with it. chosen china pattern as a SHOCK ABSORBERS
Reverend Richard Bowles .Shower Honoree Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Valinski memento of the occasion.

= explained of announce the marriage of ---------.
l y the Paschal Cane which will Miss Sandra Huggins, May their daughter Barbara to Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs.W.B. SPORTSMANS WORLD
be blessed at the Easter Vigil 15 bride-elect of Oler Crosby, Ronald Knowles. son of Mr.! Mundy were in Tampa
-: \ ; !Mass at 7 p.m. on Saturday. was honored at a kitchen sho and !Mrs. Horace Knowles, all and Wednesday
\ Father Bowles encouraged all Tuesday TRUCK STOPHWY
Starke.
= wer Saturday afternoon given of visiting lilt and Mrs. Keith
to participate in the Holy by Mrs. W.M. Meng Mrs. The marriage took place Gillmgham. Young Kathy and
Week Services. A special March 26 in Kingsland, Ga.
John ReddIsh, Mrs. John Keith. Jr. returned with their
= Penetential Service will be Miller and Mrs. Bob Fergusonat The couple is residing on grandmother Mrs. Sale to 301 S. 964-9984 .
held Wednesday evening at 7 the E.L. Matthews home on Lake Geneva. Brio This Ad ,
1 spend the weekend. for 1 oil of S or more purchase at this location
p.m. That evening five priests E. Adkins Street.
will be available for confessions ttrac ti ve arrangements U.ft'on. :
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day lilies,amaryllis and roses
a First Holy Communion will were used at points of interestin
take place during the Thurs the party rooms. ergs
: day evening Mass with recap Games were played and 0o p
/ tion to follow in the parish prizes awarded after which C
hall. Solemn Adoration of the the honoree opened her gifts
Blessed Sacrament will be and refreshments were CAL.
$800 CAN SALE
FLUTED observed from 8 p.m. until served. urserY
midnight. Services on Good The 20 guests attending
,Friday will be held at 2 p.m. included Mrs. George Hug
V Mrs. Samons thanked all gins, mother of the honoree,
who had made the Fair Booth Mrs. L.C. Crosby of Gaines dscalugJan
successful and enjoyable. She ville, mother of the prospective
; id "tjli asked members and friends to groom, Miss Mary Helen \
I I I I III 1 save good, usable household Crosby and Mrs. Dale Beck of 9648104E.MP"E. ,
1.IC items for a rummage sale in Gainesville ,
May. The hostesses presented the 2111 '
Following the meeting refreshments honoree with a corsage madeof TREES -
Reg.
were served by a dishrag and copper SALE
Bow110" Mrs. Victor Ashline. chore puffs. They also gave y
INTERNATIONAL" SILVERPLATE I her a Kitchen table arrange GARDENIAS '248 $150 CHINESE ELM
a product of Adrienne Barry visited her ment made of plastic bread
INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY ffljflS uncle and aunt, !Mr. and Mrs. sticks, gingham leaves and SEVERAL COLORS Reg. $COO /.r _
Meriden, Connecticut 06450" Ted Williams in Tallahasseethe artificial baby's breath in a DAYLILIES aloe $100 '7111J v j
basket and
first of the week. plus a mop pail

; '.- -. !biro Jim Baley of Asheville filled articles.with household cleaning JEW (VINE) 4 188 $100 REDBUD.R2osoo ,

I N.C. will spend the weekend
I":':"": ; .,,: 1;' T1 with II.G.her Bellinger.parents,Dr. and Mrs. Carol Coleman VAR PITTOSPORUM '348 $175 DOGWOOD Reg. '12111J 7otf


Shower HonoreeMiss SHORE JUNIPER '2411 5150

Carol Ann Coleman, SUPPLIESLIGUSTRUM
bride-elect, was honored at a BORDER GRASS *'" $100
To The PET SHOP bridal shower April given by
11PPlry! )HOP Starke Mrs. Clifford Martin, Mrs. R9a; 00
Hubert Coleman and Mrs. VIBURNUM 24' 150 PEAT HUMUS $1
.... Gary Coleman at the home of
the latter. BOXWOOD '2" 150
White Leghorn Corsages were presented to BONE MEAL '2 $229
oa the honoree and mothers of
CHICKS-COCKLES :: : the honoree and prospective TEXAS SAGE <2'" 150
t--- f c-) groom's mother Mrs. Hilton KEPONE BAIT 359 $269ILEX
Coleman and Mrs. Howard
1500 29C Osteen. The honoree was also 5175SNAIL
VOMITORIA
J host & SLUG "
given an Iron from her PELLETS $179
per hundred ea ., L esses as a memento of the

'<: ?........... occasion.Thirty guests were Invitedto (;1 fJ ;J (;1 While They Last TOMATO & VEG. DUST '349 $279

attend. II W ASTRO TURF.

(:
) EASTER T-Sgt. and Mrs. Norman


HAMSTERS Blue &-Dwarf- --,.,... ?,RI ing{donandfamilyofSeymaurJo Thursday itron AFB,to N.C.Tuesday are spend with DOOR MAT WITH ANY 20.00 PURCHASE

GOURAMITEDDY 'her -parents. Mr. and Mrs. '

BEAR HAMSTERS $1 59 George W. Brown. ::\ Reg. SALE

$059 B8. Reg. 89' Wednesday Mrs. E.M. Davis and Thursdaywith spent last Ij AMARYLLIS ,> 79

%* ea. c her sisters, Mrs. PE. \, ,
EASTER BUNNIES FOR SALE 59 Ston.and Miss Mamie Ander
ea. son in Archer. .'
-r GLOXINIAS 'IN BLOOM -i $100

STARKE PET CENTER Mrs. B.C. Hollzendorf. Sr.pent t
,, ,e last week in Brunswick,
:, ,':;> j/Ji1j., ;Ga:where. she attended thevfuneral GERANIUM $129
>> ... of her brother-tn-law.
212 E, Call St 964-7929 Roy Lee Morgan, last Wed- 1

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TELEGRAPH April 15. ""


I Child Care Center Being Organized Two Parties Held

For Deborah Casey. I i

St. Mark's Episcopal The structured pre-school children their own age. This is Bride-Elect i

Church will organize a child program Is designed for total the first program of its kind in ,< wd

caring center for children development of the child to the Starke area. 5
ages two to four years old in help pre-school age children to School hours will be 7:30: J Deborah M. Casey, April 24

the church Sunday School grow in ways of meaningful a.m. till 5:30: p.m. but children bride-elect of Steven L.
rooms starting in August relationships with adults and may be enrolled for the hours Wright was honored at a
9 a.m. bridal shower March 29 in the +

B. C. Homemakers To Have Miss Mara Jean Weldon a First Christian Church Fel I

certified teacher in early lowship Hall.

Fashion Show April 22 childhood education will be in Guests were greeted at the i
charge of the school. ," ntF door by Mrs. Elaine Smith.

For further information call The refreshment table was
The Bradford County Mrs.! b
Ernestine McRae will
covered with a white eyelet
Mrs. Diana McPherson 964- o
Homemakers Club will have model
a bicentennial dress.
tablecloth and centered with
their annual fashion show and Mrs. Lola Johnson Mrs, 5371 or write St. Mark's Child
arrangement of springer
buffet luncheon 22 at Caring Center P.O. Box 1012 an
April 12 Henry Godwin and Miss Barbara
flowers flanked by candelabras l-
noon at the Agriculture Building Godwin will model three Starke Fla. Serving on the Brenda Myrlck, Stephen Coop y
with pink tapers.
I board are Mr. and Mrs. AI K. ; A
generations of home crafted
Games were played duringthe J
Carlisle Mr. and Mrs. Warren
fashions. Stevenson Mrs. Stan- Brenda Myrick, evening and prizes were Y
Miss Margaret Ann Peggy
The
public is invited to
won by Mrs. Jo Ann Patray
and William Carter.
Norman strawberry queen attend. Luncheon will be 50 wix-Hay Stephen Cooper and Mrs. Grace Full wood.
will be
a guest. cents.
Hostesses for the eveningwere '
Country Club To Wedding May 29 : Mrs. Margaret B. / r't r

r Williams, Mrs. Grace Faulk
:t/'e Bar olaf Her Mrs. Cleo Harley Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi holds pledge ritual. New pledge welcomed Into Gamma Theta Chapter were ((1 Ir I-
Ling Have Egg Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Myrickof Barbara Griffis Mrs. Lola ) Pat Blankenship Gwen Anders Margie Dukes Beverly Morgan a nd Barbara Sirmopoulis.
1 Starke the

Dog: Grooming' &, a 1 Saturday, April 17 engagement marriage of and announce their approaching daughter Mrs.Zipperer Lil ,Ayers Betty, Jane Mrs.Morgan Carolyn Gamma Theta Sorority Holds Pledge

and Mrs. Becky
{( Baffling Brenda to Stephen Franklin Hayes
Dobbins.
The Starke Golf and Coun- Cooper son of Mr. and Mrs. The hostesses oresented Ritual And Awards PresentationThe

:\ Alt Breeds try Club will have an Easter Donald F. Cooper of North Miss Casey with the serving
Egg hunt Saturday April 17, Springfield Va. of her chosen Gamma Theta chapterof pledge pins and a single long The next regular meeting

404 W. Madison St. Starke at 10:30: a.m. for youngstersup The wedding will be an platter stoneware as a memento of Beta Sigma Phi held its stem yellow rose. will be held April 26 at the
through 4th grade. event of May 29 at 7:30: p.m. in the occasion. annual awards presentationand Awards'were presented to home of Nancy Alvarez.

Call For Appointment Closed Sun Mon Members children are the Pine Level Baptist pledge ritual Monday the 1975-76 officers and ,

(Next To Plggly Wiggly invited to attend and enjoy the Church. ------ April 12, at the Garden Res committee chairwomen for

964.5221 3/18-6/10 egg hunt and refreshments.: Miss Myrick graduatedfrom Miss Debbie Casey was taurant. their outstanding service to ,

Edgewater High School complimented at a bridal shower New pledges welcomed into the sorority during the past .

Orlando and attends Friday night April 9, the chapter were Gwen year. .1f
r -I Tennessee Temple College, given by Mrs. Don Harden Anders of Lawtey Pat Blan- Guests at the banquet were

-, Chattanooga Tenn. brook and Mrs. Joe Bakken. kenship Margie Dukes and Mrs. Eve Godwin sponsor I

Mr. Cooper graduates from The party was held at the Beverly Morgan of Starke and and Mrs Virginia Darby,
Tennessee Temple College In Hardenbrook home where a Barbara Sirmopoulis of Keystone director. Also present were

May. yellow and white color theme Heights. Barbara Patray Dimples

was carried out in the ar During the ceremony new Overstreet and Harriet Bryanof
tFStarke DUPLICATE BRIDGE rangements of daisies and pledges were presented with the Xi Iota Delta chapter. f
D'B\
Yo\ice CLUB RESULTSMrs. fern in the living room and
City wls ontoghe S.W. Hamilton and dining room.
)
Sports U.D.C. Making Plans For
", Sun Mrs. F.J. Shaw were the win The punch table was covered

eo' 01 Jimmy Ghtef,1 Police\ limn'YPERSISTENCEemPtOY \ ning Bridge couple Tuesday at night.Duplicate Jeff cloth with and centered a white with lace a edged can Confederate Memorial I Service

00 d '. O\l.\G\ \ CE Wrenshall and Mmou Wainwright delabra with yellow tapers The W.T. Weeks Chapter of Crews vice-president; Miss

We' no "",0' ouf pparlment for thoor\ preen ge. M.A. Baldwin were second and Mrs.and Mrs.C.B. and white and yellow pom the U.D.C. made plans for the Madge Middleton, recorder of

e'ltpress poms. Confederate Memorial Ser crosses and secretary; Mrs.
)honk a e C.it Police boots stolen\ trot'f'l REMARKAgIE.the "' Terwillegar were third. Yellow and white corsages vice to be held Sunday afternoon C.N. Christy treasurer; Miss

eer'I "e two wpS ,. were presented to Miss Casey A 24, at 4 pm. at Norma Canova historian. Linda Kay Hill
I CRIME ----I----nl.n
ecO" 9 ZH1S her mother Mrs. Delbert Crosby )Fake Cemetery.The Mrs. Steve Weldon and Mrs.
I" r SO,VIN, Casey and her grandmother April 7 meeting of the J.H. Jennings were welcomedas Linda Hill,
It' dOn81jHE1R Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
SPEED we\\1 Mrs. J. Strickland. chapter was held at the homeof new associate members.
slob Edwards and family of Lake
for Several games were played Mrs. Lester Crews with John Lundquist
banks again "a1.JimmY> City former Starke residents and prizes awarded to the Mrs. George Flynn Sr. and Byron Bagwell
the oreweSUpporiy have moved back to Starke
\
a\\
who
ou Mo winners presented themto Mrs. Barbara Breazeale as Wedding June 12
Lucille and are living next to the Holi the honoree.
and cohostesses.Mrs. Celebrated 4th
day Inn. Mr. Edwards is the The hostesses
new manager of the local presented Guy Sale presided over Mr. and Mrs. Du Wayne Hill
Miss Casey with a hostess set the meeting and stated the 10
Holiday Inn.Douglas Birthday April of Michigan announce the
in her chosen silver
pattern as public is invited to attend the and approaching
engagement
a memento of the occasion.
Seymour of Memorial Service. Byron Bagwell celebratedhis marriage of their daughter,
18 guests were invited to Introduced
l Tallahassee and Hallie Sey attend. Mrs. W.B. Mundy fourth birthday Saturday, Linda Kay to John E. Lund

mour of Gainesville will be .. Mrs. Travis Kimbrll April 10, from 3 to 5 o'clock quiet son of Mr.and Mrs. L.E.
1- -.J home for the Easter weekend. -- who gave a book review of when his parents Mr. and Lundquist of Crystal Lake.

11 Rhonda Edwards was on the "Eternal Spring" by Richard Mrs. Donnie Bagwell gave a The wedding is planned for
_
13JT---- Dean's list at FSU in the last Martin. The book gave the his party for him and 46 guests June 12 at 4 p.m. in the Madison
i1 - tory of Silver Springs as It was
quarter.Mr. including friends and parents. Street Baptist Church in
connected with the Civil War
The party was held on the Starke.All .
and Mrs. James Mon- activities and of the Indians lawn of the Bagwell home at friends and relatives are '

Irw du wrr .f Mr wN./! Ih* Awl, Elwn! rid, tuoro and daughter Christie who occupied the territory. It 810 S. Cherry Street where the invited to attend.JBIRTHS. .

Ywr lwnl .... .. ...... of Tampa were Saturday also stated that the springswere Mickey Mouse and Friends
". for
$1.25
rwa purchased an
"
,ty'y.'w/' ",,. ."Myn://.Ji..1...::w.I.: ....ow;...,.....'Jr>"'r overnight guests of her parents acre at that time. theme was carried out in the
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Bald decorations.'The .
; / CLIP' TMI1 COUPON AND BRING' IT ,
.(1' TO YOUR ISEAHtovpon 9A000CK. win. Joining the family on Mrs. H.L. Speer presentedthe refreshment table was
'
I HOME FURNI5IUNGS CENTER slate of officersfor
following
Sunday were Mrs. Doris Con- overlaid with a Mickey Mouse
4 f' $10.00 VALUE 'II way of Gainesville and Mr. the coming year "which, cloth and centered with a Mickey

A I ...,. ''' and Mrs. Richard Polk and were accepted: Mrs. Guy Mouse and Donald Duck
( 1 On reNlew eIOD 00 er I. and Mrs. Steve Henley
;5 .he tm. f.,.,...... ./row Iheln' / 11'; of Orlando. Sale, president; Mrs. Lester The punch bowl held an Mr
,. ...pa. :...... J... II. "7. "m.. IM/'. .. familv cake. of Raiford announce the birth
(a *acK $200 00 or mer* purchot y ice mold that was centered
{ 'PIoM limit pr cut of a daughter. Charity Alerts
h \t ro..n MeY ,,11. ud eyMn an* ..h.. 11'- with a Mickey 'Mouse.
: in Alachua General
.nE. NwM LA born April 8

O 1 '1 ..,. .w ti:; I I .;,; ., 'I"r.: #& Thegifltablewascenteredwith decorated ) Hospital Paternal grand-
'flUt'.I.r 10.w w'" d ? DeWitt I C Jones a carousel parents are Mr. and Mrs. Calvin

'1 .......,., .,. with a cascade of balloons. Henley of Starke. Mater
BI'EON'T'EhoN'NhIAC'LI101'RfOfA Any lum not M* h4 In MM may er
.. .. ....... . .
M tf 4 ft m th *ni* | worhi* '.m. Party favors of coloring Mr. and
nal grandparents are
,ar I Rrlln WII, N. n ,dwtn, rlhw' :':wwhn'::'':':.:- :: books bubble and candy
1 .k _. u. N.. M.delilNw.. IIwN. Nn Funeral I Home gum Mrs. P.C Dickens Jr. of Kai-
.t 1.11Y EnnnNM MnrE Ent Eennlnlw 1eM Md to friends,
Byron's
.... IS. '.7. were given ford.
: Mrs. Joe Kendall and Mrs
-----
r / -'- rPURNAS STARKE PHONE 964.6200 Wayne Harper .assisted in
'" Mr serving and caring for the Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Craw
"
WITH' 964 5289 RENTAL ford of Starke announce the
Walnut guests.
128 S.
OfM 9S OR HOSPITAL BEDS. WAUUKS: WHEEL CHAIRS Barbara
Mr. birth of daughter
MORI WHILE IUPPl 1.0\11 Byron's grandparents a ,
cRUTCHES and Mrs Don Bagwell and Elaine born April in the Ala

Mrs. Morrison were chua General Hospital.Grandparents .
E KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 47.3-3176 Henry
I INO
It among those attending.'ou are Mr.[ and
EXTRA CNA0.GE Mrs. B.K. Akridge of Starke
FOR ClRS p ,
and Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Craw
wem .voetoo I eN rAeouc/f t N.wllr A t GoIR t uu1Gw.Np uuAAl,uAR1aNAvnnA i t 10'___ r---. G E3 4">_ f Oo >>_ ford of Kingsley Lake.
I fw rw O4 ENE N FRpSr
IAd ? a Qo. oQo. ----- -

ry,/,ML1YIkin rT-ryr qA .AwrnN.tMYlnn W Ie Mrs. }II.B. McLendon,
.1, Orlando arrived Wednesdayto

spend the Easter weekend

." a with her brother E.L.
invited Matthews.Mrs. .
hi w are cordially .
i
? .. .
Henry Hunter
rt celebrated her 84th birthday
,.
-_ to Sunday with a family dinner

attended by friends and

I relatives at her home off
rrr- ourGRAND a Griffis Loop. Several
-' C 3. OIIVAI IlIC1AICIA "
members of the from
IAn A.ACIION '11, AVtOMANC 'UCII'C' D'YlR .NO' 10'' OUf1 lINl0 IAEll 0' II'' OIAfI IIMIO III ICV IT AIAIOIAA1UOMAUC family
w.'HII .W..h r?_Mnl rr...Cr,,M, wnN,.."....."...Ornl, 'UCII" WA1tA MIA/IAS IlICI11C WAl1A MIArIM AyIn,.. IN//f Dallas Texas were the
. Led. 00LMl among
"....C. er. vn. /or .n" Arro nrop?nr? ,,0.".. OO'HI 11fEn 10. NfANSEEn) n e 1 f7o
'dO 0."Nn Onro, Urns M Q......l57.Mt. $1 O*ft '.... out-ot-town guests.
i ,ov ... IrM lm .. .. .. '
.d''''.rn' s 'O..2IH flea w lsuro' 1110. 299NS.9995 ?
LMf.,, $2499S Mnh ,.... $38995 W..h,.... 'NONIM ,INANI, .
70"W.
W Ww 1Nn ...Ir.MAGA OPENINGBuy Mr. and Mrs George

AVPROVEO sxowiv/ GAS & ELECTRIC RANGESn E AIPq VED.M Sandra Huggins and and granddaughter daughter

Dodie McRae attended the
-- Now For Jeffords family reunion Sun
A' / day at Camp O'Lena.

-- ---- Easter & Save
/
-- .
Frank Mitchell of Lakelandwill

,'r PANT SUITS be weekend guest of Mr.!
NO IXtA and Mrs. Lester Crews.
CHAKOIORCOiOR I.j

ON MOOtll Eta A .. ,.. Variety of Styles Mrs Clyde Sinclair Mrs.

All IIOWN AMr., R.P. McLendon and Mrs. Eve
Mrn.,1.11. I 100% polyester
In WM? A.wsN, Godwin attended the Garden
{M r Oold
I tir Sizes 8.20 Club of Jacksonville Flower
-
.
+ Show Sunday afternoon.

,. Values to
!J 43.00 $2397 Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Smith of

(101/ 30" DILUJII O"'S RANG! Williston were Saturday to
JAI 20" DAS RANG/ 30" STANDARD C1A1 RAN61
ANrMwnw II'( ) 36 ILICTH.C. .w.' (IC) W..h CON""UOU' tI/AN OYINs Values/ to Monday visitors of their
wNM
SIMILAR TO
$16995 .wN............ s2195 w f.rl.IN N.e,,, $19995 $26n95 'n'...::. ILLUSTRATION 31.00 $1997 daughter and family Mr. and
ace
A. N. H' IME !Mrs. Marc Jackson.
A1S0 AYAIINII IL''C "DOli A110 AYAl1AN1 IN 0A{ MOOII AIfO AYAllA11/IM: ; 'IlI""C M0011 AllO AVAIlABll flffCIRlC MOOR .
1119H sal whn.rnlr 1pr9f wtG arts Ar uNVMIp $29 9S- (07MI( SALE ENDS SATURDAY

Sen. and Mrs. Charley

J I NO IXIRA CMARClotom ,- ,. w ;I II PANT SUITS Johns attended the Bicenten

I, TOR II I IY nial Passing Of The Flag
/ Short sleeve' Zip front, $ 66 Ceremony in Archer Mondayof
JUST
H yl ( last week where Sen. Johns
floral. Sizes 8-18
Illl was a speaker.


1 1I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law.
son and family of Tallahasseewere

1 .Ii II'' I ; Monday to Wednesday

1 r ,II 11 ''yll, CONVENIENT 4 guests Mrs. H.A.of his Lawson.parents, Mr. and


,, 138 E. CSI!' uY-AWAY PLAN
: v i Starke Mr.and Mrs. Charles Fields
of Jacksonville visited Mrs.

.,. Mon. thru.Thurs., Sat. 9am 5:30: omJBam J.H. Fields Sunday afternoon.

...' --'- .......''C MASK_ .,.WASNIRAIRIC, ... M..TlC,.... S", .126995 WASNFAGann. y
.. 6OODm Frida
; ijiy Qo
NAlPOMlA1 DRflROWlR W""H 'UTOM"'TC 'H" Mr c.n?' a r Mw r. / :
..."Nwr lww"d. win r.!wM.? ..... to, 6.< o' .d..h. W 01".00 .. 3,.....__...... ,.aw....... ._. .'.
.
r..M ew.n wo.. r.n. <, In" .. 7. w w,1.. nun ..f...a.anwa, '. Ryan Reddish Infant son of
... ... .. ,... .. .
Irarn h fol'H Mlnr CwrolIn
j..nN Me
e.I.f'i.nuN.".. AJI."' tee re",. npn.r. l Ma bmnnnr t.nd ..... AwN Mw.w'GnIE. ..........._.M....N Oda. Wnn.Ina.p,..... O p o Mr. and Mrs. John Reddish
.
: w,:,.:'" n o """ S359,, ... s379sws439ww s269'wWr returned home Tuesday of last
week after ten days in Ala

chua General Hospital.I" .

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I Gayle IIutcher Missionary This SummerGayle Ed Watts ElectedVicePresident ]Power Manager Describes Service To Union CountyLAKE I

Hatcher, daughter of .,
Co!. and Mrs H.M. Hatcher Of LCCC StudentsEd BUTLER Florida send a crew only one time to increase in request for roads Day" In Union County.A The commission approved a
Jr., will be leaving for Power and Light District the same spot as people in the was growing monthly. resolution for the BUARC, resolution commending
Temuco., Chile, in June as asun' Watts of Starke has been Manager Y.M Dunn of Lake past have changed their A federal aid system map giving support to their request county agent William J.
missionary chosen elected treasurer for the 1976- City reviewed the procedureto minds, necessitating a pole was presented to the commission for a grant for a sheltered Cowen for his 29 years ser
by tile Florida Baptist 77school year of the Lake City get service to a new homeor move. Dunn said that Beau showing SR-121, SR-100 workshop, was approved by vice.He will retire on April 30.
Campus Ministry.Miss Community College Student business in Union Countyfor Noegel is the local representative and SR-231 which go to the the commission. The commission authorized
Hatcher, a senior at Government Association in an the Union County Commis- in Union County for the Reception and Medical They recommended Union Clerk Robert Driggers to
the University of South Florida election held recently on the sion April 16. company and handles all one- Center. County resident Kenneth write another letter to the
and a 1973 graduate of campus of the junior College. Dunn said that it took two to man opcfations The board approved the recommendation Johns for the position of Ser- DOT refusing to accept SR-18
Bradford High School, will be Other officers inclue Joe four weeks for a pole and Dunn referred to a com- of County vice Network Manager for for maintenance. The DOT
working as an assistant libra plaint that the commission Sanitarian Julian Dobbs to district three which involves
Frank, Lake City, president; transformer installation whenan recently tried to turn the road
rian at the Baptist School in Cheryl Blakely, vice. easement is required for a received regarding a six-week hire public health officer Dr. Dixie, Levy, Gilchrist and over to the county in less than
Temuco until August, 1976. Tfrc1AJ! president; Wanda Howell, crew to get to a site. Dunn also delay in getting power hookedup Bartow Wells and other as yet Lafayette Counties. top condition.
She was commissioned Live Oak,secretary, and Alan said that electricity cannot be to a new home. He said that unspecified clinicians who are
along with 25 other Florida Stoffell, Huntington, Indiana, hooked up until the final in- there was a delay in that the unlicensed but qualified for '
missionaries Saturday, April L activities coordinator. spection is made by the local easement approval which had five days each month at the BROODER IN BRIEF I
3, at Lake Yale. t
r 1 The newly elected officers building inspector. to be obtained from Texas local health department at
were sworn in Tuesday, April Temporary lines for con- residents. The district manager $100 daily salary. Dobbs said Jeannette Prescott
Extra. -fl..lean 1 Carm. ." ." *- 13, at the Student Government struction are easily obtained, asked that all complaintsbe that the health department is Bv.
Association Banquet. but the company policy is to made to him and indicated receiving applications for an SCHOOL NEWS Hampton; Dale Polk of
([ AUTO that he would personallycheck additional public health nurse. Martin Hunter won the Tampa, Mr. and Mrs Frank
: lDlOO0( ([ : to see if any other hookups The commission granted Brooker Elementary School Groover of Dade City, Mr. and
were delayed longer than permission to Jimmy Neil "Spelling Bee" March 23. Mrs. Nelson Brown and two
SALES CENTRAL HEAT & AIR the normal time. Thornton to use the grounds of Runner-up was Lee Orton. children of Dade City,
: 413-4410 A 413-4018 I; No action was taken by the the Raiford Community Cen- Both Martin and Lee com- Richard L. Crosby, Becky
commission on what to do with ter for a start and finish area peted in the countywide spelling David and Debbie Crosby of
several boxes of teeth pur- for a motorcycle race on Sun- bee April 5. Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.
X76 CIIEY LAGUNA S. 76 CUTLASS G Let us explain our energy chased by local dentist W.M. day, May 9. The annual Mini-Olympic R.C. Howard and daughters
a New, Blue & White SUPREME Witt at the salvage depot In A request by the Union Am- games will be held today Elaine and Terry, and FreaPIke
REAL SHARP 5.000 miles, extra nice Ell saving systemCOMPLETELY Starke. bulance Service to pay (Thursday, April 15) of Jacksonville, Mr. and
The teeth are presently $1,52605 for social securityand beginning at 9 a.m. although Mrs. B.M. Whitson of Jacksonville '
i car stored In the King Profes- withholding tax was Hampton Elementary will not Mrs. Edwin Prevail
$5495 only $5495 sional Building here and granted by the board after an be able to attend. Brooker students and daughters Melica and
-: ; apparently will be used in explanation by director Jerry will be competing for Patty, Naomi and Sandra
: Witt's dental clinic for welfare Wilson. gold, silver and bronze Mann of Gainesville, Mr. and
; 1976 CORVETTE a .,. patients. Wilson reported that 44 rescue awards. Mrs. Billy Lynn of Gaines-
/::, After the commission calls were made in March There will be an Easter:; Egg ville, Mr. and Mrs. Limuel
I. Under 7000 Miles Loaded Power Windows INSTALLED granted easements for J.B. with collections amounting to Hunt in the afternoon for Griffis and daughter Nicole of
Q Stereo Leather Interior Tilt Wheel a: i Kelly, Herbert Whitten and $2,021.96 and expenses of grades K-2 Easter Break orSpring Bell, Mrs. Marion Grooverand
Nubie Luke, CommissionerPaul $1,982.35 leaving a net of$38.61 Vacation will begin on daughter Carolyn Dupreeand
'8595 nU Riherd said, "How can I for the month. Fri., April 16, and continue for daughter Tommy of
::I we continue building roads In other action the commission six school days through April Orange Park; Mrs. Patricia
111 S1490 with the county running out of accepted Occidental Life 23. Students return to schoolon Mann and two children of Glen
75YW RABBIT 74 PLY. DUSTER money? We just can't" con Insurance program for ano- Mon., April 26. St Mary; Mr. and Mrs
tinue to build roads. ther
year. Joshua Groover of Dade City;
Straight Stick With Air Chairman Gerald Griffis They held up a decision on a 4-11 CLUB NEWS Mr and Mrs. Marvin Mann of
a: Blue, 4 Speed ((2-TON SYSTEM) asked Riherd to prepare a request from Danny Thomasto The 4-H Club held a meetingat Micanopy, Mrs. Muriel Smithof ,
-tc I solution for the next meeting remove a fence to the land- the Community Center Alachua, Mrs. Ernest '
$3250 $2695tc plat any nOUllalY.roctllco' stipulating a new policy for line at the road and bridge Thursday night, April 8, and Crosby and daughter Megan
word"' road construction. department until a surveyorhas discussed fair exhibits and of Gainesville, and Carol and
mtc Riherd said that most roads been consulted. for the County Events Michelle Cook of Tampa.
74 GREMLIN 73 MONTE CARLO u: in the county are built to serve commission proclaimed projects leaders and students
only one family and that the Saturday, May 1, as "Law held a clean-up of the com- PRAYER LIST
Radial Tires, Air Cond GRAND PRIX or q IL munity center's yard and Mrs. Alice Edwards, Mr.
LIKE NEW CUTLASS SUPREME SAVE $$ ON I inside painting of garbagecans Coy Edwards. Mrs. Grace
C. > .,. Does Mobile and exterior Saturday, Barry.
U $2395 $2995i13 April 10. It all looks very nice.
YOUR ELECTRIC NEW ARRIVAL
Your Home BAPTIST YOUTH Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stal-
JEEP COMMANDO 72 FORD TRUCK a RETREAT naker of Dundee are the proud
BilL. Three churches New River of born
parents a baby boy
0V 4 Wheel Dr., Auto Trans, With Cyl.74 Low Skamper miles, Big 6 n Leak? Brooker Baptist, and April 9.
1m 4 Gal. Safety Harbor Baptist, are Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Stal-
P.S. Camper Like New N Carriern.w "SUPER (II hosting a Youth Retreat at Sal naker Ronnie's paternal
E" unit U now also III Will Cover --7 Apopka Lake this Friday and grandparents, visited with
i $3395 $3785 : .. Demand to lllllllllllltl Saturday, April 16-170 Rev. them this past weekend. He
( 12 x 60 Terry Cranford, pastor of joins a brother, Randy
.00 efficiency comparison IIIIIIN r 99 Brooker Church, is to
I Baptist
Ill b.for. buy. III IIIIII
72 CHn PICKUP 72 FORD PICKUP Carrier* beat you thorn all I 35 be Approximately the guest 125 attendantsare speaker.

, i -tc Auto Trans Short WB SWB, Clean 0 up to 70% doponding IIIavailabl. Gal. expected to attend. atz j/
on Iho brand. -- =-
-
: BAPTIST NEW RIVER CHURCH t L5t
$1895 $1695at d yLonL New River Baptist Churchis \

nc having a program of special
72 MAVERICK t music during Easter Sunday
72 FIAT Hop1F
BILE Services with dinner on the
G ground and an Easter Egg
IJ 6 Cyl., Sta. Shift GOOD ON GAS M )F COATINw917e Hunt for the children later in I

Cc $1695 : 3Y AIR CONDITION SERVICEALL "' the Everyone afternoon.is urged to attend. ,.
$1150 ;:
BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR PERSONALSMr. 7o tNG w ns wMtt moo
and Mrs. Stanley WAS THE FIRST CM.Wu&GUM
: = 12 DATSUN STA. 71 CUTLASS-S ; CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED Green, accompanied by MApg IM OFMAIMi AMERICA Flier, CALLW"STAE SnPIKCam'
PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER Do It YourselfKeep friends, !Mr and Mrs Merle
C. CoWAGuppape At, Ac Ps Bucket Seats a Davis, of Rogersville, Mo.
Air Your Home Warmer In Winter Keep Your Home Cooler enjoyed a combined vacation {ir.. 0tlM6> ,Itt THE fl J
m Rack console"' DYTON Insulates In Summer-. and business trip for a week to r'*fIT TWO VARsi" *A*
'" Montego Bay, Jamaica, in TMC BU004.C! GuM MARKETACCOKCMWG .
$1595 $1895D (Vou'II Save, Money On I One Coat Cools Nassau Bahamas April 2.10. LIFC, sAvge4lMr, TO A PfiCPle SVBviT".040*

Heating Bills and 8 To 10 Degrees Mrs. E.B. Crosby enter. "MAK6" BU09LC VWU BU0BLE' GUM, ..
Electricity Bills) tained about 60 guests in her IT S._*VS.blKC' : APUtTSIMP: "
Air Conditioning home Sunday, April 11, with a T6__ ABB NOW CM''MCi'' ,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BLOWING' AUP POPPING AWAY AT
lunch the lawn. Out
: picnic on me" PIUK stun RKIHT aWt'T14
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME of town guests were: Mrs. THi KIP*.'
473-4470 & 473-4078 332 W. Madison StarkePh. Irving Johnson and daughter.
-tc
Viola Smith of Pipkins La.,
o oMowReKAOI LIKow7orJYrow
964-7701 Hwy 100 W Starke Mr. and Mrs. J A. Williamsand
Extra Clean' Cars daughter Jog, anobgrand-
daughter Stephany of ;DiJ .

Mr and Mrs. Mike May and
o o o
o oa."Oi.
son. Kevin, of Ocala were Sat
urday dinner guests of her
o mother, Mrs. W.H. Hart.
Easter SeasonIs Kevin remained with his
grandmother for the week.

David Canova Is a medical

A Good Time To Visit The patient Hospital.in Alachua General

DUllERHERUP
Local admittances to Brad
ford County Hospital this
VAN H. PRIEST COMPANY week Include: Russell Fan-

cher, William Goodman,
i George Kopelousos, Mrs.
Are r t Lillian Allen, Mrs. Doris Ste-
For your Easter finery we invite you to shop our store .- wart, Mrs Jimmie Teems,
. *' *' Mrs. Ethel Brasier, George F.
pretty ready to wear for everyone In the family -*"* Prevatt and Mary Porchiazzo,
c? Starke; Robert Brice, Law-
I Ii tey; Mrs. Reita Walker, Keystone -
Also the small things you will need such as Easter Heights; Mrs Mildred
i I yJ Rhoades, Lake Butler;
: I candy, Easter grass, Easter baskets, plush rabbits, ir. Carroll Atkinson, Brooker;
Mrs. Alma Johnson, Hampton -
Easter cards, Easter lilies. ; El Roy Chambers, Sr.,
Raiford.
, Il4te
Here's an example of the kind of And it paid off. Butter fat was i' ": Mrs. Ruby Adamski and

tiling that can happen when you ask a increased to 3.7 percent, raising his milk t e George Md are Knorr guests of this Baltimore week of,

Gold Kist farm hand for help with income 30% per hundred pounds Which / Everything f;fR A;'' yltsaa Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Jenkins.

farming problems. It concerns a patron adds up to an average gain of$32.94 per Mrs. Olan Rowe underwent

who was having problems with his dairy day or just over $1,000 a month. For Easter surgery Hospital.Monday In Riverside

herd. Among 244 head of cattle, the butterfat There are a lot of other ways we Mrs. Eleanor Palmes and

content was averaging a low 3,3 percent can lend you a helping hand. And our R Mr.and Mrs.Garth Palmes of
:
Ids ''ltI weekend
His cows were getting formula feed, no services are free through any Farmers : I "s'( It 4 'I Plant guests City of Mr were and Mrs

and little Mutual gill LI Richard St. John and family.
hay; no silage very grazing. Exchange.His .) Sunday guests were Mr. and
farm hand recommended that So when you want to see more 1 Mrs.Theron Whitley of Ocala.

he increase his herd's fiber intake by cream rising to the top, come to Gold Airman apprentice Pat

feeding hay, Gold Kist 18% KOW Power Kist, where you'll find good things for Taylor and of Mayport Monday spent with Sunday his-

and free choice minerals. the farm and from the farm. mother, Mrs. E.C. Taylor -nd
family before returning to his
base in Norfolk, Va.

FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE m3 Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish

At and family of Pensacola have
Now been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
P.D. Reddish and Disney
World during the past week.

VAN H. PRIEST CO. STOREW. Dr. and Mrs Frank Smith
and family of Klllean, Texas
and Mr.
CALL ST. STARKE. FLA. Marshall of Apalachicola will
be weekend guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Rowland.

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Page IS TELEGRAPH April, IS. 1976PreInspection


I Safety Instruction Offered Local Business By College

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Free preliminary inspections fines, the Chamber of Com- OSHA (Occupational Safety The "guide to voluntary OSHA inspection.An fog the course, along with up to $1,000 per day will be classes added. In addition ':;.
and educational work. merce Board of Governorswas and Health Act) program compliance" with the law detailed information about the handed down for each viola- the government cannot com
shops may be requested to told Thursday April 8, at advised the group of about 30 governing safety and health also eight-hour offered safety by VCC courseis of Safety and Health Act itself tion not corrected within 15 learn copies; of the reports to
I help area businesses prepare its monthly luncheon meeting.Sam (board governors that Inspections standards. Pierce said is one Pierce told the and what it means to studentsof days the director said. the name of a business ':'
for federal safety inspections Pierce. Valencia Com offered as a free service of the two pilot programs in Orlando 20-50 attend.A the course. An increase in the number seeking the consultative -::.;
to avoid costly citations and munity College director of the by Valencia Community the country to prevent busi- board free provided manual of federal "We can give a specializedclass of statewide Inspectors increases inspection. .:-
College could be made at any nesses from getting citations on your particular the likelihood of spon- "One serious violation and :-:-

,I business, nrts\n Wf'V" ".eq rest. and fines; *4i mlnrf..... Un an v.f\fflt\tn\.. .... guidelines will be given dur- ne ed s. 'I'0 ;you'_ 'At. us k nor w taneous inspections for safety fine could break a small bus ,:;'
before we come" Pierce pro- and health hazards within a ness. What can wj do to pre .:.'
mised. business. vent this?" asked local hard- -:-:

Jury Finds Clifford Hudson InnocentOf Classes and consultative in- "I'm not for government interference ware and lumber dealer Tom '.'.
Buy with private enter Jackson. ;
spections are available to all :
businesses and employees. prise but there is no other "That's why we offer the : '

Arrest With ViolenceWaters Preferably all Starke area way to correct wrongs" class. You can take this eight- '._'
Resisting inspections and classes will be Pierce said stating that accidents hour course to learn," Pierce ,.r

shocks A jury of four men and two Hudson charged with resisting testified he stopped for scheduled convenience at the and same time sector in increased the private by 29 business percentIn Information and sign-up -.:..:.
women Tuesday. March arrest with violence in circuit Hudson after observing the comparative
30. Pierce said. the 1960's.Following sheets are available at the
returned a verdict of not court. Hudson vehicle weave An purposes OSHA the consultative Chamber of Commerce office ...;
guilty in the trial of Clifford The charge stemmed froman between both lanes of several examine private inspector businessat may inspection given by VCC non- or by calling\ Pierce at 29'- :::
incident in which Hudson streets. Waters said he finally any
official a of 5000. ext. 419.
time. Such inspectors, copy
inspectionsare
4 SentencedIn was stopped on a traffic viola. got Hudson to pull over in a any usually triggered by fatalor the report is set to the Depart
Get tion Starke Police Officer private driveway on South US-
I by injury-related accidents, ment of Labor,' but with the
Wilbur L. Waters at 301, stopping him for a traffic
1:35: a m. of the business blanked
name
Miller UC Court employee complaints or a
Roger
last November 30 Hud related offense.
near random out, Pierce said. There is no
sampling
son's home in Lincoln in Waters said that while he procedure f'\ '
City
connection between the VCC
followed by inspectors, Pierce
South Starke. and Officer Larry Reddish
and the OSHA
free. LAKE BUTLER Four tried to handcuff Hudson a said. program authorizationto Make a dumptruck out of
"OSHA carried stick. except
Union County residents were and a big agency
scuffle he
developed and your pick-up at over 33S
An is hold inspections
circuit sentenced court to prison here terms in LCManArrested wound up on top of Hudson in a who inspector had no choice policeman but to cite less than list price. Installs!!
Monday
ditch. easily on most < ::li, 1 ton
and fine up to$1,000 per violation -------------- "
April 5, by Judge John A.H. Waters testified that Hud- pickups. Unload more than
Murphree Gainesville. son tried to take his holstered Pierce said. 2 tons in 15 seconds.
Fines of be LEGALSNOTICE
Richard Lee was sentencedto gun away and that the gun up to$10,000 may number
(I.a I ':- levied for willful violations LIMITED of Jet
five In after he
prison
years
went off, striking Waters in Hoists at this price.
changed his plea to guilty of the left pants pocket resulting in death, and fines of BID For information call
In TheftsThe
1.r possession of a weapon by a The School Board of Bradford or writeSUW'NNEE
convicted felon and a second County is requesting bids for SALES

charge of receiving stolen Starke Police cutting the grass at all school P.O. Box 621 '_:_:.
property. Department aided by a plants for the period May 1, 1976 Live Oak, Fla. 32060 :-:
His wife Lillian Lee search warrant obtained in Take the (load through October 31, 1976, to be Ph.904-342.3141 :r:
changed her plea to guilty of Columbia County searchedthe cut once per week during specified !- 3/26-5/13 ;f
possession of stolen propertyand period. Principals should be ... .
residence of Jack .
was sentenced to two Lake Relmg March off with contacted by bidders for areas to .;.":....;:.
City, on Friday
years in prison by Judge Mur 27 and recovered approxi- be cut. You may bid Individual CI.ASSIKIKI" :I I1) HVIT.SDrudlint :

phree. mately $6,200 worth of mer- schools. or all schools. Sealed
Sarah S. Warrington was chandise stolen in recent Jackers bids must be in the Administration fur liisriiumTuoMla
placed on probation for two weeks from two Starke busi- Office Bradford County ) =Noun" pr.>f >
years after she changed her ness firms. 'J School Board 582 North Thursddk N'Tiire juihlir.uiimM ,
plea to guilty of forgery and Reling was arrested and air adjustable Temple Avenue, Starke, by 1:00:

uttering a forgery. Judge charged with two counts of P.M., Friday. April 23, 1976. : in in)u in t'harge.uo/ :
Murphree ordered her to grand larceny in connectionwith shock absorber. 4/152tchg 4/22/ c K'liK-rsI a IS: \\nrilsiKuril I
restitution within six !
make l
the theft of two boats I -------------- : '''r months. from Jimmy Moore's Sun \' C'VJ 1. NOTICE OF Ill trntsAll
Ricky Wayne Todd was sen- Police also SHERIFF'S SALE
Sports Shop. re- \
tenced to serve two years in covered a snapper lawn If"I : Notice is hereby given that I I. Cljssifipfl, \<.ls iniisl. l I..>
prison after he changed his mower owned by Joe's Shaw fyt1 Dolph) E. Reddish, as sheriff of paid for in ails unve unless .\ on
plea to guilty of auto theft. He Shop. Bradford County, Florida under have all .II.hlihc.d iiiniiiil
entered pleas of not guilty to The two boats are valued at u 'I / and by virtue of Writ of Execution with the. Tcli'tiii; | in that
two other charges: burglaryof approximately $5,50O and the 11I111111111 Jt to-wit: \cnt ::dl! fills rvli.i ili.irni' .
a structure and grand larceny snapper lawn mower valuedat 1\11\% n NIIIII/III'//// / Jk;::,.+ '\' Execution issued out of fur hilling./: =Ni4 |rr.prnr.ille| lot. '
His trial in those cases "I '
$700. : ro''_ County Court of Bradford I'L'rorHhtkii )J.i\c.tI u\ii IHplump | >
has been set for Tuesday .1, County Florida pursuant to a iir when is mill
In the search of the Reling's tip| >
1 l June 15, at 9 am. house which is currently being ,I'I I ,Final Judgment for Southern >p.'d unit broun'il' l III tin ei-lfice.

used as a speed repair shop ''I : ,, Discount of Starke, Florida and .
\ ,I Ir. officials recovered numberof against Larrv- Jewell O'Neal,
a
I If you haul or tow heavy loads
First Aiders I defendant
of
w amount
other stolen items. Reling is
'" liii your car's rear end need a
r. may 81.568.44tetnerwhh costs of
being held in the Columbia
I lift. American Parts Hi Jackers *
Protected County Jail at the present 'I III collection.
BySamaritan I'
=-< """ time. iii are the answer Hi Jackers are Have seized and have in my PERSONAL SERVICEHORSE
OJ the nation's leading air adjustable possession the
8 Investigation in this case is I following
$ e Act being conducted by officer I;j shock absorber They fill described personal property to-
Larry Reddish assisted by ,, like a tire and lift up to 1.0001bs. wit: TRIMMING
Save 25% American Parts : $500 per
on Officer Wilbur Waters and to give you the control and stability 1970 Ford Falcon I.D. No. horse 9648802 after 300
_ Striders shock absorbers. TALLAHASSEE People investigator George Tomaso- It II you need OA27L232971: Tag No.46-2607. p.m. 4/8 2tp415CARPENTER
who volunteer to administerfirst vitch. As the property of the above
.. ," .-. ..vertiitennq' youaterrificmoneysavmgdeal aid to injured persons at Reddish and Waters were \ ai\ ilinf 20InstaTation Q named defendant and that on
: -" :" -> -1 "nt rCe0'3Yeu'save i> 25"o on the finest the scene of a traffic crash are assisted by Columbia County II III $43 uch Monday, the 19th day of April, WORK Framing' \
1.1 ', n.. !tar cij-y, three-.vay adjustable shocks you can protected from civil action if Criminal Investigator Jesse I nol AMERICAN PARTS 1976,at twelve o'dock Noon on finishing remodeling B add
./ .1 .Ir c.l' And they carry lifetime guarantee acting as a "prudent" Individual Winningham assisted in Included. SHOCK ABSORBERS said day on the premises of the tions. Ph. 964 6767 or 964
< would the Florida High. serving the search warrant ,I Bradford County Jail, I will offer 5028. 4/8 4tp 4/29
v 'art'i < tinSOOC.S: that give you a choice of rideS
way Patrol states."Florida's for sale and sell to the highest
and the of the
items
C st-1 '" Ri"_iuiar Firm, ur Extra Firm and get the '' recovery HOME f
Good Samaritan stolen from the Starke busi- bidder for cash in hand, the NEED A NEW ? Maybe
"r'Tt 3 vjst '''Int fL)' your car and the way drive I
y you Act says Colonel Eldrige ness firms.In above described property of said remodel your old one Call
Come in today Save 25o on Striders. Buy 3. Get 1 Beach Patrol director "pro- other police business a sill o' defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Crabtree Builders at 964 8037

Free. Offer ends May 31. tects anyone, including mem- break-in at the Charger Ser Execution. or 4851064. We do quality
1976."r. bers of the medical profession vice Station. US-301 and SR-16 work at fair prices. 4 ''8 4ip!
"' ,, who gratuitously and.in HOUSTON'S GULF SERVICE E. Reddish, Sheriff 4/29
Dolph
.. ",,, ",, on Sunday March 28, is being
:; ._ good faith renders emergencycare Bradford County Florida -- -- - -
"
::: I...' ",.., ..". ', '.I"."' ,IUU h_," or treatment at the scene probed.Police said that an undeter- 666 N TEMPLE 964-7153 3/23 4tchg 415NOTICE HOUSE PAINTING. Interior
I '" J'AMIO"'CAN
"
PARTS .' ." I n", ,iOrO of an emergency outside of a mined amount of money was exterior, contract or hourly, .
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hospital of doctor's office taken in the break-in. Bring This Ad for '10ft of 'S or more purchti at this loc.tlonIml3V bids given freely guaranteedfirst :::
Look for the 'Buy 3, Get 1 Free" signat without objection of the OF INTENTIONTO class workn, nshp, ..:

these locations. victim, from civil action as a '--if( i'I"' .'I>, REGISTER lonnie Roberts. Raiford Fla :.
result of such care or treatment FICTITIOUS NAME 431-1768 after 5. 4/84tp4, 29 :}:
That is, provided such Pursuant to Section 865.09 - - r.:
STARKEM VaJVml1l3VUIB
individual offering assistanceacts ((3 clJl3mm Florida Statutes, notice is here- WILL BABY SIT for any age
as an ordinary reason- by given that the undersigned child in my home. 964 6821
& G TEXACON. ably prudent man would have Robbie L Fowler, 4735: Dundee tfchg.
acted under the same or Road, Jacksonville, Duval
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Temple Ave. 964-8100 similar circumstances." mlJ( l3 County, Florida 32210, doing
Florida law makes it a business under the firm name of EARN EXTRA MONEY AT
SHERMAN'S MOBILE SERV. felony if a driver who is "BOBBIE'S OF LAWTEY". Lake HOME: If you have a phone or
involved in an accident in Street, Lawtey, Bradford are interested in calling on
Hwy 100W.HOUSTON'S which people are injured, County, Florida 32068 intendsto your friends and neighbors to
flees the scene without offer register said fictitious name sell our product, you can earn
GULF SERVo ing assistance or reporting the under the provisions of aforesaid cash in your spare time. I will
crash to the nearest law AT OUR statute. be happy to train you and set
666 N Temple Ave. 964-7153 enforcement agency. In addi- Robbie L Fowler, sole owner. up for your own business at
tion, their drivers license will Dated this 23rd day of March. home. You can work your
SPORTSMANS WORLD TRUCK STOP be revoked. A.D. 1976 at Starke, Florida. own schedule and earn as
"More and more areas of 3/2341p4/15 much as you want If you are
Hwy 301 S. 964.9984GREEN'S our state are being served by NEWLOCATION interested in working' for a
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\\elltrallwd emergency medical well-known company and
GARAGE teams with fully equipped SUPREME COURT OF THE earning extra cash please
2163 N. TEMPLE 964-6314 ambulances; however proper STATE OF NEW YORK WRITE: Promotion Manager
actions by others who arrive COUNTY OF MONROE P.O. Drawer A. 101 SE 2nd
Bring This Ad first can help save lives," con Race Gainesville, Fla. 32602.
cluded the directorWESTERN SYLVESTER GRIFFIN Plaintiff, 4/1
O't' j >" ftorft Purchase an> o t rhele I location 3tchg 4/15
LEUGUENER JACKSON
against ----- -- -
353-A N. TEMPLEon GRIFFIN, Defendant.
BRICK OR BLOCK WORK: Bigor
small jobs. Call 7823215.
301 Plaintiff designates Monroe
WORLD County as the place of trial. The Itp 4/15
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964.7434CHILDREN'S base of the. venue is Plaintiff'sresidence.

BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete

CHILDREN'S ALL U.C.LA. sharpening service, circular
SUMMONS WITH NOTICE
hand, carbide chain, mower
IS NOW OPEN COTTON NYLON Plaintiff resides at 21 Morgan blade hollow ground and
JERSEYS Street, Rochester: New York balanced. Leave at Jackson
County of Monroe.
JERSEYS JERSEYS
Building Supply, Starke or

Park Fl. S. of Park Mall Reg ACTION FORADIVORCE Keystone Heights tfchg.
With
Orange Orange Numbers QCc 5455' $350 1/2 Price To the above named Defendant 10-. 20- -PATIO- -COVERS- : Homes- -


COME VISIT N. E. FLORIDA'S WOOL SCHOOL NYLON GRIFFIN.LEUGUENER JACKSON and Installed GATOR mobile, MOBILE$140 homes.uninstalled HOME$180

AWARD You are hereby summoned to SERVICE CO. Ph. :372 9767,
LARGEST WESTERN STORE! AWARD serve a notice of appearance on Gainesville tfchg.

R ego '34'15 $2225 JACKETS the Plaintiffs Attorney! ) within -- - --
20 days after the service of this
Everything Western..All Under One Roof I JACKETS summons exclusive of the day SEWING M ..CHINES'repaired,
Reg'a19aa $1450 of service (Cor within 30 days all makes cleaned, oiled and

WESTERN WEAR MEN'S LITTLE LEAGUE after the service Is complete if adjusted $7. Work guar.
RIDING EQUIPMENT this summons Is not personally anteed. James Strickland,
Men's Ladies, Children cornel1 Morgan Road El Hwy
delivered to within the State
you
JERSEYS
BASEBALL SHOES
'
ANIMAL HEALTH and TACK 0' of New York); and in case of 16tfhg--------
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Quality Name Brands your failure to appear, judgment
Reg. 7'5 to '9"S will be taken against; you by AVON PALLING To
PRODUCTS
$200 & UP 20% OFF U: : buy or) self
BOOTS BELTS default for the relief demandedin Avon. Call 755-2807 or write
by Leading Manufacturers ,
the notice set forth below. Lama Clyatt, P.O. Bon 220

GUNS & HAND GUNS HATS FLEETWOOD CHILDREN'S LIMITED 01 HURST Dated& KING February, Attorneys 4, (1976) for, Lake-- -City.--Florida- ---tfchg.- ---

Ammunition Many Leading Brands< VINYL CHILDRENS Plaintiff Office and Post Office ALCOHOLICS
DRESS Address: 130 Powers Building. ANONYMOUS:
We accept SHOES If Rochester, New York 14614. 114 Christian Street, Starke.
MASTER CHARGE SOCKS TENNIS c NOTICE: The object of this Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8'
249 WESTERN S BANKAMERICARD WHITE / RED TRIM action Ito obtain a judgment of pm. Tues. 1 p m. Women's

BLAN DING 264-3838 CLOSE OUT Reg. 575$ SHOES divorce dissolving the marriage 5434 Group. Call 9645709. 964-
or
a 'between the parties on the 9646894. t6tp 6/24

BLVD. WORLD Open Fri. fife R'g. '2GO 80e $350 $100 ground of abandonment. -------- -

(State Rd. 21)) judgment WELDING. all types, custom
till I 9 pml of the plaintiff dmoMng forever made) trailer built to your


Orange Park I I SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, APRIL 16 'the action.between bonds the of parties matrimony In this crossing.specifications.Lumber Co.Ph. 301 9648252.Crown s. Central at 3/25 RR

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,.......PERSONAL SERVICE t fOR SALE )I r HELP WANTED ) m Floriland 393 N. Temple Realty Ave. LAWN SANDERS SERVICE -- o t


/ 'an. e1Car9arL Corner Lot, with storage Wdg. 964-5529 :;
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WILL BABYSIT in my home any FOR SALE: Feeder pigs. R.T. HELP WANTED: RN Registered .REAL ESTATE 82 x 146', So Walnut. Will sell LICENSED INSURED r trwiUejar.z

time, fenced yard, hot meals. Dowling, Ph. 4681763. 4/8 Nurse for part time C.Cvf IMfjJ V U o- 'LO, for less than assessed value. 13tpd 71\
Call 964 6076. Itp 4/15 2tp 4/15 Paramedical Insurance - I
- --- - in Starke STARKE 100 260 lot. Make C REALTY
813-
-- -- examiner area x bldg an R
NOTARY SERVICE: Also 646.1433 for interview Choose your carpet color In this offer

marriages performed, your 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed appointment. 4/8 2tchg 4/15 new 3 BR T/j bath stucco, - Have Timber c------.!)

home or mine. 964-5157 after $ 85.00, uninstalled 14000. - - -- CHEfA, cor. lot In choice neigh- 40 Acres 1 mi. out of city. For Sale 4
6 p.m. ltp 415MOBILEHOME Gator Mobile Home Service. borhood. 24.500 terms - -
-- ----- --- 372.9767. tfchg. - _
WANTED:Waitress and Cook at 31 Acres, 1320' on State Road. Call
; MOVING: Also -- --- ---- Norman's Restaurant, Waldo. 2 Story, 4BR, 3 Bath frame with - Cecelia Terwlllegar

mobile home hurricane anchoring 4/8 2tp 4/15/ 2735 sq. ft., Sep. Dr. Fam. 48 acres, 54 mile on State Road. F.J. Saunders
and mobile home roof LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast - -- -- room. 2-car garage on 4 acres, Large farm house.
coating. Oiin's MOBILE Home with X-11 diet plan 300. $45,000. - PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Service. 9645606. St. Rd. Reduce excess fluids with X- - Pulpwood +
.. 60', 2 BR, furnished trailer & 1 -
16W & Jet. 233, Starke, Fla Pel $3.00, KOCH DRUGS. 1/tf 3 BR 1 Bath CB in Saratoga acre $6,600.. 533-2621 2/198/13 INDIVIDUALIZED SERVICE
15tchg 4/15 AUTOMOBILES Hgts. Assume 6% mtg. UPDATING: Well built home that we will be painting,
dchg------ - -
-- -- - -- -- USED $17,500. VERNIE P. OOOM carpeting etc. It Is on a corner lot in a quiet excellent

.. .. FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 per .... ...... - Reg. Broker neighborhood. However,we will be delighted to show it
roll, shingles $10.50 per sq., 3 BR 1 bath frame, CH&A 964-5476 964-7700 ..to you now and you can watch the progress.
fenced cor. lot, $15,000. Long Champ -----
HOUSES FOR SALE plumbing fixtures Fiberglasstub .
FOR SALE: 1973 International - SWIMMING POOL. Join swinging wet sell! A 16 x
... ..... THE and BARGAIN shower CENTER enclosures., 301 Scout II, 4 wheel drive, V-8 8.7 Acres, SR-100 at 100-A Home and 32'1'001.6'chain link, Venetian blind fence boat house
engine, low mileage, bucket $15,500. Indoor-outdoor carpeting -built-in bar, 3BR, 1B, LR
South. dchg.----- seats, excellent condition. - BuildingMaterials K, Florida Room all gracious, bright rooms groundsare
FOR SALE: By owner,:3BR, 2B. -
473-2606 after 6pm. 4/8 2tp Ralph Bryan Real Estate
well landscaped. Easy financing.
brick home, double carport, FOR SALE: New 8 Used furniture 4/15
partially carpeted, drapes. :3 new carpet & LAWTEY -----
in Lots
and
Specializing
-- - --- Acreage
3 BR, 1 Bath w/w carpet -WE EXCEPTIONAL "House beautiful" a thoughtfully
47
blocks from school Ph. J- Congoleum. cloth 30 cents For BUILD -
Building or Mobile Homes.
2039 after 5 p.m. and \weekends \ yd., zippers 1 cent per Inch. FOR SALE: 1969 Chevy $17,000. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS designed) executive home on a quiet and secluded
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307 - street CH&A 3 BR, 2B, LR, separate DR handsome
tfchg----- THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 Camero, V/8, engine, 2 BR Frame, central heat YOUR LOT OR OURS"
South tfchg automatic. Call 964-5200 2 BR, 1 bath $8,400 terms. carpet kitchen den that opens on to 1>> a scenic patio which is
and air cond., on nice 1 acre .
-FREE ESTIMATES- with
before 5 or 782-3716 after - appropriate for entertaining separate garage
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FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 Bath";; block 5:30. Up 4/15 7.2 acres $2,000 acre. corner lot. Just outside of cityon REMODELING REPAIRSADDITIONS workshop all in impeccable condition finest neighborhood -
with LR, DR, Den ft garageon WATSON'S - SR-230 East. $21,500. attractive financing.
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large lot at 1105 W. HOUSEOFVACUUMS FOR SALE: 1972 Chevy Luv 12 Acres well, pole ft septic. - HOMES BOUGHT- -----
Madison St. Call Freeman truck, good condition. Call Can assume MH payments 1 to 100 Acres from FIVE ACRES goes with this large nearly new home
Register III 964.8771 or 964- Many brands of new vacuums. after 5. 782-3466. Up 4/15 $15,000. $1,100/acre. SOLD TRADED with an excellent floor plan on Road 100. A superior
5888. tfchg Used machines available. - - ACREAGE FOR SAL; built-in stereo system, vacuum system, many extras
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all makes.
Expert Repairs
-- --- -- 36.35 Acres 1300 ft. on US301N. and kitchen.
FOR SALE: 1968 Ford pickup a super
Parts and Accessories for all RALPH BRYAN 964-6853
FOR SALE OR RENT: Brand vacuums. Built in central truck. Longwheel base, 6 cyl., of Starke $56.500 terms. Realtor -----
- Hwy 301 S Starke TF HOT and getting HOTTER. Escape with this sound
new Duplex, 2 bedrooms. 712N. std. shift yery( good con -
vacuum cleaning systems.
964-7574. Itp 4/8 Main Gainesville 376.7110.If dition. 473-2107 after 6 p.m Furnished 2 BR 114 B. Mobile 964B76Bday or night investment for now and the future! I Approx. 60 acreson

'- -- --- -- --- Up 4/15/ home on 1 acre Theressa Bessent Road. With this sanctuary you could have
----- ---- -- $9,500. Jimmy Moore's your own estate could divide and develop. The home
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FQR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 bath FOR SALE: 1976 Chevy truck, - has 3BR IB, LRintimate eat-In kitchen central heat
frame house, partially car FOR SALE: Motorola stereo/FM/ longwheel base. Take over 140 Acres. Hampton area well, 18 acres in Lawtey Sun Sports a air, large screened front porch shed 10 x 30, barn

peted. 224 S. Thompson St. radio/television combination. payments. Need to get rid of dec. pump, fenced, 36x64 open - MORE BOAT FOR and storage. Also quite a distance away is a nice trailer
I Ph.964.7153,7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cabinet model $150. Ph. 964- it. 9646777. Up 4/15 barn, 24x60 closed hog barn, 5-10 acre tracts, high land on YOUR MONEY tnat goes with the property. Guineas and peacocks are
Up 415MOBILE 8087. 3/25 4tchg 4/15 _- --- -- - cement floor & dec Appx 45 paved road, Graham area. TF roaming around picturesque fields In a natural Florida
--- ---- STARKE i'H 964.5791
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I ------------ acres cleared ft planted setting. Owner will finance.
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FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts $18,000 down ft assume $75,000 3 BR, 1 B, acre lot in city of COMPLETE OUTBOARD & -----
HOMES and supplies. OlIN'S MOBIL!;' mtg. with Fed. Land Bank. Lawtey. STERN DRIVE SERVICE CHARMING and unique country home on 4.29 rural
t MOTORCTCLESSUZUKI 1 acres all fenced home has enclosed front
HOME SALES Hwy 100 W. - AND REPAIR cozy
FOR SALE: 1973, 12x70, 3 Starke, 9645606. tfchg. We have others- Call ANY 3 BR. 1 1ft B, Bnck, in city, COMPLETE FIBERGLASS veranda and an open back veranda with an old fashion
bedroom, 1 3/4 bath mobile --- -- - TIME, day, evening weekend. corner lot swing overlooking a productive vegetable garden
home. 782.3215 or 964-6078. Also evenings (associates) 964- - REPAIR landscaped, pasture fields with roses and beauti-
ltp 4/15 FOR SALE: Vita Ferm for all OF STARKE: You, 7154 & 782-3397. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER ful trees. The home has 2BR IB, LR and DR combination -

-- -------- cattle. Ph. 9646973. tfchg authorized Suzuki Dealer"Phone Large frame house, excellent GLASS FISHING BOATS all panelled. Every inch of space has been util-
------- -- 964-6020. 304 East Call LAWTEY 1/.. condition, central H/A, 3 bedroom best 3 neat out for additional
FOR SALE: 60x12, 2 bedroom, 1 --- ized to advantage. buildings
Street. tfchg. (1 i; 2 bath, carport, comer ---- ..
782.3806UNITED A !
bath mobile home, like new. MISSION STORE: 321 N. storage. jewel priced right
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9648883. Itp Temple open under new man -.UJ .I t W.ll D illi-.ra\]\ II I
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frame, 2 BR house, 1 bath on 1
books, misc. items. 9:30: to 4 II t tt
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FOR SALE Closed Wednesdays. Itp MISCELLANEOUSLOSE I Bayless Hwy Area. 2" Thru 6"

2 Bedroom, CB house, p.m.4/15 FARM AGENCY INC. - t Fast Rotary I II Cecelia T. 7ervw//egor// Realtor/
310 6 acres clear, 4 mi. N/W/ of
Real Madison Starke
Reg. Estate Broker 206 West Avenue Florida
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Pinehaven Subdivision. 206 S.Water St. Starke. t Drilling Equipment I II

Terms Available, SWIMMING POOL SACRIFICE: WEIGHT safely and fa*, National AdvertisingPaul - OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
Licensed
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Leading manufacturer and FaulknerBrokerIrene 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites. EH
964.5000 Itchg distributor has aluminum rectangular with XII diet plan $3 00. Faulkner-Assoc. N.W. of Stalks Terms. :: HOME PHONE 964-5145
pools left over from Reduce excess fluids with X- 964-5065 - -
Pel $3.00, KOCH DRUGS. 1/8 : I Pump. I :
1975 season, 1/2/ price, guar 15tchg 4/15/ HANDYMAN SPECIAL Well built house on double corner REALTOR

anteed installation and terms. - -' - 2 BR, kit., LR, DR, Bath 90' x lot in city, with 3 bedrooms,
t fOR SALEFOR I Call collect Jacksonville daysor 100' lot, 720000. 2 baths, living room, family t ,

evenings 904-398-5103. - room, nice kitchen central heat New & Used
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4/153tp 4/29 MULTIPLELISTINGS 3'/4 acre Frame 6 Celetex and air, separate utility room t
- --- --- home 22' x workshop & plus swimming pool. Sales- PartsService) Oiin's SubdivisionI
SALE: Rebuilt upright FOR SALE: Mobile home lots : apartment fish pond, 2 barns, ( E-Z TermsPlumbing
piano $400; bunk beds $100. $95 down. Few lots still avail- chicken coop shed.
Both in good condition. Ph. able In several subdivisions. MH, Lake Alto, $6,800 - George Roberts Jr. ( I I I'I

496.3975 after 7 p.m 4/8 3tp Ph. 468-1551 tfchg.--- Rental income property for sale. RE3 REAL ESTATE BROKE! I I I II )
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4/22 -- - Starke, 2 BR, 1 acre, $7,500 rf 9647826'MOBILE

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FOR SALE 1 acre homes tet Sta'rlW. sfcjSOO
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FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 bath Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W. -' = (. BRASINOTONCadillacOldsmobile I New Installation I II

concrete block house, of Starke on RD 100. Owner Starke, 2 BR, 2 acres, $16,500
screened patio, living room, financed, 964 6488, tfchg. Sales & Service I Remodeling I II

dining room, A/C 22000. ---- ---- - 2 BR MH on lake $22,000 Fine Selection Of Used Per Mo. Water &
Call Ronald l, Thomas 964- Cars Taken On HOME I Repairs I :Z Acre Lots For Rent 30 Sewage Furnished

6246 8 to 5 p.m., Mon-Fri. 3 BR, $25,500 Cadillac Trades
( fOR RENT ) Southgate 3001N.W. 13 319.5301GAINESVILLE PARKINSIDE ::1 I Durrancv\ 1 1I Call Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd. ''II'

---- ---- --- Starke, 4 BR, $22,500 CITY LIMITS .

SALES & SERVICES on appliances tf WALK TO BRADFORD SQUAREOR
used appliances, FOR RENT: 3 bedroom brick Starke, 5 homes In the $30,000 DOWNTOWN I Pumps & Supply s ""

washing machines, dryers, house in Pinebreeze subdivision to $40,000 area *30 Per MonthALL I" 1

A/C, electric and gas stoves. $14O per mo. S64-7467. $9,500 Sundays CITY CONVENIENCESFIRE Company j & DR2.Fi
US-301, 44 acres,
THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 4/15
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South. tfchg. -- -- --- -- --- 10:35: A.M. POLICE PROTECTION. 1864 N, Temple Ave. I I e 1I I
bedroom unfurnished Theresa, 10 acres, $12,500 CITY GAS WATER AND SEWER. I '
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house. 583 W. Call, WPXE Radio Jo-Lu Motel9648810TFCHa Starke .
FOR SALE:John Deere model H BUSINESS BUILDING Theresa, 40 acres, $42.000: TF I I
also 964-7061 I II
tractor. Overhauled, 150W. Call. 364-6491.. Up 1490 rr- ,-_. II
repainted, 3 point hitch, reel 4/15 Lawtey, 11 acres, $10,000
mower. $600. Ph. 964-8087. I I ,..
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3/25 4tchg If/15 Lawtey, 60 acres $54,000 '. '
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart- -
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FOR SALE: Hotpoint 11ft ton tioned.ments, Available furnished,on air 15th condi ft Garage business on US-301 Mimosa Manor PUBLIC AUCTIONEvery 'I All Types Roofing I II

A/C unit, 115 volt high 1st of month. Hartmann 40 farm, $57,900 Mobile Home ParkA Saturday night at 7 p.m. Four miles north of Key
efficienty $200 or best offer. Apts., Ph. 964-7285 or if no acre Nice PlaceTo stone Heights on Hwy, 21. Residential & Commercial
Call 964 8490. Up 4/15 answer\ 473-3096.: Up 4/15 I I
40 acres and up $700 per acre Live FREE Roof Inspection
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We lust got a new load of merchandise from South Carolina
FOR SALE: Two and 1/2 ton FOR RENT: Furnished apart FRED SACKETT Large Lots ,and always, lots of fishing gear, new and used fur. New Roof Or Repairs
central air condition unit, ment. Adults only. Ph. 9648021. REALTOR Yard CareGarbage niture. 'I I
$400. Call 7823215. Up 4/15 Up 4/15 205 N. Temple (US.301)) Cans Call 964-7410
--- ----- ---- -- -- ---- 904964-6522, 468.1753 Mail Boxes
Also starting next Wednesday night,April 21, we will havea
FOR SALE: Large lot, 118 x 126, FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom, Water sale every Wednesday at 7 p.m. for all the consignmentswe L. Free Estimates 2/ia s/ia J
well and culverts. Located in 5 kitchen equipped. $80 firm. Cent. Sewage Plant have to turn down for our Saturday sales. - -
Oaks near Country dub. Call 9646680. Up 4/15 Garbage Pickup

964-7767. Up 4/15 ----- -- --- 4& HICK'S 2 Car Parking
Concrete Patio Remember consignments of all types large or small. -'a OPFN DAILY X
-- ----- Welcome. For information call: 473.3621.
consignment *
FOR SALE: Sears chain saw, FOR RENT: 12 ft. wide mobile POODLE Improved Street ,,,t; PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT &

size 23, 1 year old $85. home outside city limits. Electric Service to Bill Lewis s
Homelite super two chainsaw Gordon's 964-6114 or 473- GROOMINGTwo 200 Amperes
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2 months old $ 20. Out 4777dchg. Metered Gas Owner Auctioneer

board motor test tank $ 00. -_--- -- -- Full Time
Move In Bonus-
100 never used concrete FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision
blocks, 20 cents each. Almost 1/2 acre lot.s. $30.00 per GroomersAppointments 1 Month FREE Rent SATURDAY, APRIL 17 -10 a.m..

new 357 Ranger 6 1/2 inch month. Water ft Sewage For Electric Hookup
barrel with belt and holster furnished:For information call AUCTIONS 3rd SA T. EVERY MONTH
,"$'25. Almost new Colt Detec- Mark Olin, Oiin's Mobile Your Convenience
live! Special .38, 2 inch barrel Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., Phone 964.7498 u CONSIGN YOUR EQUIPMENT EARLY
and. holster $ 25. Call 468- Starke. tfchg. 964.7837 2/19.5/13
9645606. FOR THIS BIO/ SALE
468-1196. 4/15 2tchg .
1353 or 026g6A

.4/22 Call Us About Bringing In Your

FOR--SALE--:-Washer- --dryer- --side t WANTEDWANTED j Fuquay'm Pre-Season' Service on Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof

'by side refrigerator freezer. Professional Carpet Cleaning All Kinds Now.
9645760. Up 4/15 CENTRAL I WINDOW
------------ STEAM or SHAMPOOSTEAM Bring Your Equipment to the Market Place-
RUMMAGE SALE: Household : Residential site for
items and clothing, also new swimming pool. Leading distributor CLEANING: Extracting of Dirt and Grime from Your AIR CONDITIONING CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO CASH

-fall channel color antenna and wants a nice backyard Carpet. Leaving Your Carpet Gloaming and Clean Smelling $1995
.v17 ft. travel trailer. 612 N. to display new 1976 UNITSIncludes sE.O N. E. FLORIDA EQUIPMENT i10No
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;:Lake Street Up 4/15 Model of above ground pool. Quality Cleaning Special '",' AUCTIONU. fD
Freon Clean & Oil Unit
for Check and
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FOR SALE: Coastal Bermudaand Prime location Don't miss 10% Discount Now thru May 15 As Necessary S. 17 North Green Cove Springs
,.25
Bahia grass hay$ per Maopportunity.Call 384-5156!
bale. 782-3292 or, 7823784. Jacksonville collect 4/15 3tp 9&4-859& SERVICE ON WASHERS I DRYERSALL JAX. 282-4389 Ph. ((904)284-5977)

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.. Bicentennial corner colonial hats ; /
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By Elisabeth mn8 Wat r be available at the office at '8 I
Ml. l'istiliMK| : : : Church. vice. commemorative plate may be I. fifI!I"""
Ilt'lolin K.IIIIHT pastor SI. John ItuptKt 'hurch Bethlehem Freewill Baptist obtained at the Bicentennialoffice the same time. 1!., .
Sunday School I lo a in Morning Rev Willie Huffman, pastor. Church Rev Jasper Williams in the Old Bradford Anyone wishing to place :: :
W or Jiip al I II I (Faster pro- Prayer Band meeting!i at 12 pastor.Junior Choir rehearsal County courthouse each orders for plates may do so by :
Hr.mi' p in The Federation noon 1'll'sd.1I'ra'r Meeting Friday 6 p.m. and Saturday 3 Wednesday from 1 to 2:30: calling Miss Struth at also 964- rII''.:: :.
tea V'nioM' will begin at-l Wednr li> night. Choir p.m. Sunday School,930.: ( The p.m., starting May 1. 8400.A sample plate may
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l I'> in I'ltNiso come out and rehearsal' '>'hui..day Sunday tots will present a skit and Kathy Struth, chairman of be seen at Flowers by Larry 11IM ,v :T
) At 2 the Juniors the plate committee, said the she said.
<' "oy( lllO Gospel II) SOIIgXtitioch School. HI a in p.m. recitations at 11 a.m Bicentennial
Hiiptist Church. Easter;. activity will include a will present a play, "The design features a patriotic At the 1 i -
HoDennis Strong!> pastor. (Fashion Show and Easter Egg Stone Wall." at 3 p.m., followed decal in the center with Committee meeting announced Monday that 1 I
I'rI 'Meeting: Thursday Hunt The public is invited. by the annual Easter Bradford County scenes night it was i u4 v .
Club will
night Saturday night Ihe.Il'jllllOn I'le.isitnt drove and Mt. Egg Hunt. around the border. The plates the Junior Woman's
\-... Choir will render :Morlah l'nit..dIt'ihodlsi: Greater Allen Chapel AME will sell for $10 each, with head up the activities that will
.1. |program ut B p m. Sunday Church Parish. Hev Willie Church Rev. KG. lleastie proceeds going to the be held at the Fairgrounds on -
:-.. hoot 10 II in followed b1'1'1)141'.1111 > Stilt pastor Young Adult pastor. Prayer Meeting and Bicentennial Committee. July 3 celebrate. the nation's200lh ,,
t) ,,,"'" Choir rehearsal at Pleasant Class Meeting each Tuesday Miss Struth said that birthday.approximately CheckOut '
Ml /ionMK: '': Church.l.iwtit. Owe each first and second 7:30: p.m. Easter Rehearsal -= :
(UPV Itichiird Bethel Monday, 7:30: p.m. Young held each evening. The Youth Drew Reddish On :: .
1'. Ins' ': Sunday School a.m Juniors rehearse each Tuesday Day activities was a success
I ester program 2 p m. ,6pm. Prayer Meeting last Sunday. Assignment In AustraliaDrew III! This -
Nrw "Bethel and. KbeiivzrrK.ipiist : Wednesday 7:30: pm. Prayer Sunday School 10 a.m. Easter -
I hitches Hov 1A.'I'OY :Meeting and Bible Class program 11 a.m., terminating R. Reddish, Plant six months. $999
I li.i\ "pastor Prllyt'rIel'ting: Thursday 7-30: p.m. Sunday services for the day. Engineer of the DuPont The plant at Geraldton is a 24M7Q
.mil! Kibk- Stud! combine4 School: 10 a m. Love Feast 4 mining operations near Starke dry mining operation of a
\\.dlll'iilav; night at l Bethel\ p.m. followed by Easter program and Lawtey is on temporary beach-type sand deposit 4 Dr. 2 Bath Furnished, Set Up & Delivered
I'heoutli Evangelist: / Cmi.lo There will be a musical the OCI1 m&t assignment as production containing ilmenite, zircon,
-, \l'dhI'\ IlI'ldpril 19-25 program on April 24 at 7:30p : ( superintendent at the Allied and rutile. DuPont is
"-'-iimlax School !II'l ::111.) Easter m You are w elcome. Enneaba Operations near interested in the ilmenite ore SkylincrlOxSQ 10x50Good 24x6O
l program>: ) ; ::11' m Sunday. :Mt. :Moriah services begin Geraldton Western Australia. to augment its domestic
ClM'iii'/rr Baptist thurrh' with Prayer :Meeting and Mr Reddish, who left for supply of the heavy black 3 Br.
Pi.ijer t :fleeting! and BibleMiir'h Bible Class Tuesday night. : Australia on April 3, will mineral for its pigments
miiibincd Thursday.. Choir ;No.'; 2 rehearsal 7:30p : assist with the start-up of a .plants. 2 Bath
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i uht!! All Deacons and m. Tuesday. Easter pro- new Australian mining
i c>iu"-.e- are asked lo meet gram rehearsal daily at 6:30: I--_ : venture which is partially A man travels the world 2 Br.UscdEx. Condition Furnished
\\1lh< the pastor\( at 5.3U:: Satur- pm. Sunday School. 10 a.m. owned bv: the DuPont over in search of what he
.il.iSumlas' School\. 9:30: Morningll'orshipat: 11. Easter "One thing an alarm clock Company. His overseas needs and returns home to Cond.25OO. USED/ Set Up & Del.
v. :ship nt i 11 I a m and 5.30: program 3pm. with the budget never rouses Is our better nature -> assignment is expected to last find it.
rally terminating the ser- George Moore.
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