Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04054
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04054
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Pay Raises Given


Hospital EmployeesAlthough

45th Issue Thursday May 27. 1978 Copy

97th Year Slarke Florida 15 Cents

more work and discussion is needed to set a firm
'Boar schedule for all employees, the Bradford County Hospital
unanimously agreed to give salary increases averaging
four. percent for hospital? employees. Williams Keeping
Some employees will receive more than a four percent raise,
and others not as much, according to the trustees. The $24,195
.overall increase for the hospital's 100 employees was meted out
according to department head evaluations and the length of
service as the board attempted to set a more equitable standard Pledge Against
for what one employee called a "hodgepodge" salary schedule.
In the past meetings employees complained that some
nurses' aides make more than registered nurses according to
the old schedule. The raises, retroactive to April 8, will give Passing New TaxesKeeping
nurses a 20 cent per hour raise with a two percent annual
r Pr increase for the first five years.

ll r Although trustee Bill Dam- 300 percent the vacation and his pledge to Committee members madeit
pier hesitated to vote for the sick leave time alloted other oppose any new taxes this clear Mondathe)' ueienot
schedule if it would get settingthe hospital employees, chairman session, Rep. Frank Williams, voting against education by
precedent for a firm salary Dodd said, because they worka D-Starke, is being pressuredby defeating the bill by Hop Billy
-,--- ir: policy, chairman Bill 24 hour a day shift and have educators who think he is JoeRish.D-PortSt.Joe Their
I Dodd urged the board to adopt two days off. What has been hurting chances for increased vote was against any new"
the nurses' schedule as a pre paid in the past year for vaca- school monies.A taxes of any sort, the com-
) : : f liminary step toward setting a tion time above what other member of the House Finance mittee members said.
] as ti, base salary and raise schedule hospital employees receive and Taxation Com
I staff. would for another relief Williams san he does not
for the entire mittee, Williams joined that
"Morale is at the bottom, EMT Dodd said. unit Monday in turning down a oppose education receivingthe
million for addi-
something needs to be done The board decided to give proposed 10-cents-a-fifth $37.5
..Nla now," Dodd said. the EMT's 40 percent more increase in liquor taxes. tional spending next year, but
adds hewants the to be
In yet another attempt to time than other employees Williams says he has been money
eliminate some of the yearly or 112 hours. Hospital under pressure since Monday available from present
4.2AcJk 3tark. hospital's losses after the employees currently get 80 from educators in all three sources for him to approve.
recent money crisis, Dodd hours, or two weeks vacation counties he represents Bradford The legislature could close
showed figures, gathered by time each year. Clay and part of St loopholes from a shopping list
nurses at his request, showing The problem arose after the Johns. of 16 different propositions

that as much as $40,000 a year tF . +e4: . .. +e4< >fA< st . . which would raise $200 million"if
in medication was being used .. 1' ... .. the House would face them
from the supply room without .. ". head on"
.being recorded, .. '" eI rroPJal r. : Williams pointed out the
Employees presented sug- $37.5 million in new education
.., l; I IrM gestion at the monthly meeting ): 1.:-. ( funds is included in a supplemental -
on', how to solve the Lft ay appropriations bill in
problem;' such as locking the rt 1.- the House. But he is not
storeroom and Implementinga optimistic the bill will get any-
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,' different requisition system, ..eY.. : where. The House has not
;I which administrator R.D. 54 Tar '* ... .. acted on its own supplemental
Edmondson agreed would -, Two Sections: appropriations bill and the
;G:. I t nail Gr1 ,* > help solve the problem. Ano- .. "'.. Section I 1. Pages 1-10 Senate doesn't even have a
( t;: T ''c ry ther financial loss, Dodd said, ... .I',...Mof., "'-- Section 2, Pages 1-20 1 : supplemental 1 bill, Williams\

was that supplies were being * * . . . says
sold to at lower cost
If the tax on liquor,
t than the hospital was payingfor emergency program shifted "The education people are
admittedly a item,
them. Edmondson said he last From controlto tell luxury
year county trying to us the vote will
public it,
would help to update the the hospital. Ignoring the against the liquor tax is a vote goes Williams up states pay

prices to alleviate the previous verbal agreement against education. That If there is to be a new
........ problem and possibly come under which the unit operated, simply is not true," Williams going
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tax. it should be fair tax
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5".YT .. .i ..,.-::: !it! : ..'._ .r -- j up with a new system of ad- administrator Edmondsonsaid says. Williams

BUS .straight students for the fifth six weeks period Include' Sherl. Starling, 'Todd Ash 11_; Irene. 'Wa..1ghtJulie j.":"!ducts.vnvr'jtfWofi' of! .tailing- the pro., receive that the the same EMT's leave should as down Williams liquor taxes says would the voted have 'A $4.S3!says.fifth of liquor is _
II-r) bottom row: Linda Richardson Donald \\ilson. Second' l taxed at around $3. he says,
hambers. Top row t Teresa Devore Cindy Edward and Laura In a second consideration of other hospital employees, gone Into the state's general
low: Nancy= Ilildreth. Susan Edwards: .Ymly Crews Third row Box including $114 in state taxes.
contract talks, action taken noting that rescue workers fund, not necessarily for The Florida Beverage Tax
concerning emergency medical rest eight hours of the 24.hour education. The only way more raises some $78 million\
technicians failed to bringa shift, and are on call one day money can be channeled to
19 Earn Straight-A's At BHS solution. The board adopteda of three. education is through appro- annually is ranked, Williams third says.in Florida the-
vacation and sick leave EMT department head priations, he says nation on taxing alcoholic
schedule for rescue workers to Gerald Baillie. said that the "I contend that educationhas
As the end of the 1975-76! mysterious and far-out( is taking a three.hour bloc in Linda is studying typing, equalize them with other hospital proposal adopted by the board misrepresented the entire The beverages.Rish bill has been around
school Near approaches, 19 of stories chemistry II. clerical vocational office careers in business workers. would mean a vacation and picture so far" Rep. Williams he's been the
Bradford High School's) 1,070 research and writing and education a two-hour bloc of geometry, biology, physical Emergency Medical Technicians sick leave cut for the workers, states legislature every year, Williams in ,
students go into the final trigonometry and is a typing and shorthand and .ISee Page 9) EMT's) are accruingIng (Se Page 9)) and he voted for it until says this
grading )period with all A's. teilchers' aide. Crews plans to plans a business career after session.
Seniors earning all A's attend the University of graduation.Other .
during the fifth six weeks Florida after graduation !straight A seniors Oaks Seeks Williams also pointed out
ending April 20\ are Teresa DeVore, daughter ofMr taking two or fewer courses to Hampton Developer the House Finance and Tax-
Laura Box daughter of :Mr : and Mrs. J.R. DeVore of complete graduation ation Committee has a seriesof
and :Mrs Thomas A Box of Law ley Teresa is a memberof requirements are Lee Ann bills to close loopholes in the
Starke. Laura is studyingcommunication the annual staff and is Ashline Nelda Moseley, present sales tax law which
and studying math analysis, !Margaret Ann Norman, Change To Sell 16 Smaller Lots would raise from $30 to $50
expression. tYPing, general biology II, research and Sherrie Starling and Judy million annually in new taxes.
math II, and is a teacher's writing and chemistry 11. She Thomas. One such loophole could be
aide. Laura a receptionist fora also plans to attend the Juniors making all A's for A lawyer-layman differenceof one acre minimum lots, approved Edwards' requestand a public hearing. This opinionwas closed by placing a penalty on
local dentist plans to work University of Florida after the fifth sixth weeks are Susan opinion provoked lengthy and must be rezoned RIA to the replat was subse- also held by Dudley remittance of sales tax collec-
after graduation until graduation Edwards and Nancy Ilildreth discussion at the County Zoning permit building on 20,000 quently approved by the Hardy, Edwards' attorney. tions by large corporations.
deciding on a college. Cynthia Edwards, daughterof Susan, daughter of Mr. and Board meeting Tuesday square feetAttorney County Commission that it Zoning Board chairman Art Large sums of sales tax collections
Andy Crews, son of Mr. and Mr and Mrs W.H. Mrs. W.H Edwards of night on the question of replat Jess Wolbert would, in effect, rezone the Keifer begged to differ with are now held back
Mrs Harold A. Crews of Edwards of Kingsley Lake. Kingsley Lake, is studying ting a portion of Lake Hampton advised the board that if it property without necessity of the attorneys, insisting that which corporations
Starke. Crews is studying Cindy is studying American American history, humor in Oaks Subdivision.L.K acceptance of a plat or replatby earlier if a penalty is impose
Literature, biology II, math literature, math analysis, Edwards, Jr., repre- the County Commission Such a requirement might net
.>. ::;:;::.:" ::.. v.::::. .."; :,::;,: analysis and chemistry and is biology II, Spanish II and is a senting the owners, Courtney County Hesitant should not obviate the need for the state as much as $50
1.wl1i : a member of the annual staff. teachers' aide. & Brown of Jacksonville, following usual zoning procedures million annually in monies the
ii.pain Qrirr.! Cindy plans to attend Santa Fe Nancy, daughter of Mr. and sought to have the original state would receive sooner
:.. rt; Community College to Mrs Hubert Ilildreth of plat vacated as to six lots, "We would be going againstour and be able to budget.
j: r. prepare for nursing school. Kingsley! Lake, is studying each of one acre or more, in But Will Pursue own zoning ordinances," Only five more days remainin
:: : Larry White, son of Mr. and American history order to replat that portion of Kiefer said. the 1976 session of the legis-
t-r rt :: :: !Mrs Olin White of Starke. humanities geometry, the subdivision to create 16 Upshot of the discussion wasa lature, Williams points out
White plans to enter the research and writing and lots of 20,000 square feet or compromise that, in the but they are the most crucialof
l\' f fTHURSDAY. University of Florida this fall, human physiology She Is alsoa more Lots affected would be CETA Takeover interest of saving time for the entire session. The 1976
4 having finished studies in teachers' aide. 17, 18, 19, and 35 feet of lot 20 subdivision developers, the appropriations bill is in con-
chemistry II, research and Linda Richardson was the on north side of the street, and public notice of bearings on ference now and should be out
,'.'" ; writing and trigonometry only sophomore to earn all A's loU: 6, 7, and 8 on the south. "About to get cold feet" on job include experience with replatting and rezoning couldbe by Friday he says. All
MAY 21 Develyn Matthews during the fifth six weeks. The property is presently taking over administration of social services. advertised simultaneously Williams could say Wednesday -
daughter of Ms. Catherine Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. zoned OR (open rural)) requir-- federal Comprehensive A bookkeeper-secretary will If approved by the Zoning morning on education
X BC SCHOOL BO Matthews of Starke Develyn Tillman Richardson of Starke, Employment Training Act also be hired, as well as a Board, following the hearings, funding is that a Full Time
':8: SPECIALMEETINGff / (CETA) funds, the Bradford counselor, once the programis the matters would then be Equivalency (FTE) Unit will
.'.. Opening of BHS bids County Commission decidedto under way, commissioners submitted to the County Com- be valued somewhere between
X 5pm. I accept a minor role in the decided.
mission for final approval.In $700 $800.
SATURDAY MAY 2'j Joe Hull Leaving Middle School program and agreed to pro The local CETA plan will be other business, Edwards The Senate bill sets the local
v ceed with plans for a fall take set up for adults more so than received approval for a PUD required effort for school
8 j: SHRINE PARADE over. for young people, Mrs. Planned Unit Development) taxes at its present level of
:8::: W CallSt .3 p.m. f Several commissioners Rubinas said, so that people submitted last month on a 56- 6.33 mills but the House ver-
SHRINE;: CHICKEN DINNER:., For Crescent City PrincipalshipJoe expressed concern that they with families might get the acre tract nine miles south of sion calls for seven mills. The
SI;: Starke Elem..School +fF tk would be held personally most benefit from it. Starke on the southwest side compromise which will result
'8. SHRINE:30p.m.CLUB MEETING }i (Hull, assistant principalat approved the appointment preparing resignation responsible for hiring procedures of Highway too near Keystone will probably see local taxes
% 7pm. Bradford Middle School, Monday night. documents at his school. but learned from area 3 Held In TheftOf Heights Cemetery No objec go up some, Williams pre
: : has been named principal at Until being offered the "We had planned to make Manpower Planning agent tions to the 54-lot developmentwere dicted.
ST.EDWARDSCHURCH c Crescent City Junior-Senior Crescent City High job Hull this our home. We sunk Chris Rubinas that the direc- Box filed at Tuesday night's "These last days are the
:: YARDSALE I ugh School in Putnam County says, he and his family had everything in our home we tor of the program, soon to be Newspaper!! hearing. most crucial and dangerous of
oS 9.till p.m. .:. effective July I, planned to make their home in just moved in to last hired, would be held Three local men were Edwards also received per the legislature," Williams
a Church parking lot Bradford County. In fact, they weekend" responsible except in special arrested Friday on charges of mission to advertise for hear- says. "Everyone tries to
r'' Hull has been assistant moved into their new home in Hull stresses he wasn't cases. stealing a newspaper vending ing on acceptance of plat and snooker you and fool you. You
TUESDAYJUNEI + principal at BMS: for the past Conerly just five days ago. unhappy working in the "I don't think the commis- box on Monday. May 17 rezoning property owned byRon have to be on your toes and be
$: STARKE CITY three years. In accepting the "It really has torn our Bradford school system. The sion should get into the job of David M. :Morrison, 19, Randall Covey adjacent to Lake able to take the pressure."
Putnam principalship Hull hearts out to make this opportunity for a operating the CETA program.. ( Wayne Moody 23, and Hampton Oaks, from OR to
} COMMISSION 2* will be returning to his home decision, but right now it prlncipalship was simply too That's why you will hire a Riley Griffis, 19, were RlA for a proposed subdivision -
City Hall 7pm. :;: county; he is a graduate of seems the best decision for good to turn down, he director," Mrs. Rubinas said. charged with grand larceny of Crops DroopyIn
FRI.SAT. JUNE 4.5 :;:+: Palatka High School. The myself and my family," Hull indicated. Hull indicated he In answer to questions of the Times-Union box, which is Mrs Charles James, Jr.
Putnam School Board said Tuesday while in midst of was contacted about the new other public agencies hand- not the first newspaper vend- was given approval for her
RUMMAGE ChurchF.IlowshipHall SALE job two weeks ago by Putnam ling the program, local Man- ing machine to disappear application for a "home occu- Wet WeatherAlmost
Methodist :::: BUS Building Bid Opening Set TodayBids Supt. John Gaines. power Planning agent Ken locally in recent months, pations" classification on
Law said that county commis- according to Starke police residential property eight ten Inches of rain in
Fri. 33pmSat. :f Hull said,
lla.m.- 1p.m. ', on the $1 million con Bradford High School will be Another factor. ( sions over Florida usually investigator George Tho- miles south of Starke on the the past two weeks has left
't+ struction of phases IV and V of opened today (Thursday, May was job security "I probablywouldn't serve the people better than masovitch The boxes are east side of Highway 100. TheSee Bradford County spring crops
i SATURDAY, JUNES 27) at a special 5 p.m sessionof even have thought other elected bodies. valued at $105 each, he said. < Page f fIIj III> somewhat droopy, but with a
LB City Voting the school board. about it if 1 had been" on The commission decided chance for recovery if :the
GARAGESALEBCFIREDEPT. *: continuing contract. The last Monday May 3, to take ran Will Run For Re ElectionThe weather remains cool and
: Bradford School charge of the CETA program, cloudy. Hot sun on top of
:X 'noon at corner : Set June 22 Opening of the bids was year established a policy of handing out some $87,000 In Telegraph stated in its missioner Ralph Bryan does water still standing on the
l- of Grand and Weldon : j: LAKE BUTLER Three postponed from the original not putting administrators on 1976-77, beginning Oct. 1. A May 20 issue that county com- "not intend not to run" for reelection ground in many places would
;r C""P ..fLIJr << seats on the city council will\ May 20 date set due to delay in contineing contract. Hull Is director for the program, to be this fall. Bryan, of multiply the damage, according
:::: :: be up for re-election in the getting final approval by the finishing the first year of a paid about $12,000 annually, CORRECTION I Group 3, does intend to enter to growers. .
(( amnumiti) June 22 election here. State Department of Educa .two-year contract. will be paid partially from The Telegraph Incorrectly the race, and was intention- Volume on (ho Starke
tutr gunk Incumbents Margie Cason tion. The board could not Hull expressed! appreciationto county funds so the employeecan stated In the May 20 issue that ally evading the question to produce market remained
[ T.S. Thomas, Jr.,. and Bill\ award a bid until approvalwas the people he worked with be used In capacities other the general election will be avoid breaking a law, he said. light Tuesday due to weather
{ White have Indicated plans to given by the state, which here. "I couldn't have worked than the CETA program. Interviewing held Nov. 6. The general elec- The law has been changed, conditions, although the first
'" A M i>.l 120 Now.000 Mid by UT ::t1:::: run for re-election. Qualifying was received Monday with finer people," he said, for the position will tion is slated for Tuesday and candidates mal announce Silver Queen swift corn alwws -
: "...... CW*.. __C. : : period opened Thursday, May according to Supt. RichardJockel. begin shortly, the commission Nov 2. The Telegraph apolo- their candidacy paying a popular item made its
and will close Se Pane I> decided for the qualifying fees July 620. appearance.P.K. .
20 June 7, and error.
criteria for the gizes
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ClemonsThorntonTo Rie/til ode lr y7te J/l/ I Mrs. Drew Reddish Feted At Parties

Wed July 23 I I t e / l Mrs. Drew Reddish was choir who has also served as

honored Wednesday.! May 19, assistant church organist.. She
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L-_, __ __ &.- -__________________ ... ---. H.M Hatcher,Jr. at her homeon join, where he is on temporary
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Miss Marsha Delugach Bride-Elect Shower Given For Mrs. Knowles, Recent BrideMrs were The covered three luncheon with white tables assignment Company,

embroidered linen cloths with Refreshments were served
rK.E Honored At Luncheon Saturday : Ronnie Kno"It'!!. a cent Spongier and :Mrs. G,JMcGriff the honoree. her mother, and arrangements of daylilies and and :Mrs. H'ddishas presented -
recent bride, was honored : Jr served punch grandmother Mrs. Knowleswas stokesia in crystal swans used a book, "Wings of Sil-
Miss M.irsha, ". Deluii.uh ofu were pi evented with dais} with a coffee Saturday morning from a silver punch bowl also presented with a as centerpieces on each table. \er" as a going-away gift
i iphis. renn. bride elect corsages :May 2:. from 10 to I 11 I:3D at nine-piece walnut salad bowl Mrs. OL. Haynes Jr and from the choir.
:Miss DIlullal'has the home of Mrs. Warren The table in the family room assistedin
rat inn' shutordof Skukt was prevented set.Two Mrs.J.R. Wainwright a e e a
non ltd .it" a luncheon satur a Keller homes and Winkler on Pratt Street Other was covered with an ecru hundred guests were serving
7 J.'v \1\. 22. at the home olMI Gardens Cookbook as a hostesses were :Mrs Bobby! linen cloth with Belgium lace invited, including the follow The hostess presented the
Mm' \\hill' memento of the occasion b>' ... :Mrs JE Denmark II1st'rtsn arrangement of ing from out-of-town: Mrs. honoree with a corsage and a A Dutch Treat luncheon was
'hi i hostesses vic' Mrs the hostesses Twenty) guests/ :Mrs Jerome Johns and :Mrs vellow daylilies. Shasta James L, Tyson Orange gift of jewelry. Twelve friends held at the Holiday Inn last
KM'''. i 11 Bark dalt' :Mrs sere invited lo attend John Anderson of Callahan daisies, )yellow button pompoms Park; Mrs. Richard Snyder, attended. Friday for !Mrs Ada Reddish
and white daisy Atlantic Beach Mrs. Edward who lelt Wednesday for J
1r.! c ( olson Mrs Linda :\\inklergreetedgueMii pompoms ; Mrs Reddish and childrenare
K M, I i MS and Mis lanr-I Retired Teachers at the door and presentedthem centered the table. Schwab. Merritt Island; Miss joining Mr. Reddish in Australia
"t., i'1-i' to the receiving line Serving punch from a cut Karen Hutchins and Mrs. G.J. Australia
M's Uliite greeted theo composed of the honoree her glass bowl were :Mrs Lee :McGnff. Jr., Gainesville; and The tables were decorated
0:11' .1 t. ,., the door, and pre' Meeting Held mother :Mrs Joseph Valen Sparks. :Muss'uckie, Turner :Mrs. Pete Smith. Mrs. Grady a a e a with daisies fern and daylilies

,1\,1\ them, to the, KX'eivmg'H rite Retired Teachers Orgamzatmn ski. and grandmother :Mrs and :Mrs Kenny ChItty. Gay and !Miss Elizabeth Following choir rehearsal ,
Mr and MiW" itior I< met Thursdav. Annette Stewart ('oroalt'SI're presented to LaSoto. Jacksonville.: Wednesday evening May 19
demons of Si.irk. \ m". I 1110 ''lining room table was :May :20.! at 3 p m in the Pecan :Miss, Sarah Biggs invited members of the Chancel Choir A gag "First. Aid Kit" was
the .'nli/.I"/; "-" ran, ,, ,1Id, "\ucil! with an \iniv Navy.. Knom of the Garden Restaurant guests into the dining room of the First United :Methodist given to Mrs Reddish, along
approai hmg :n.n, r ',i>>< <,i ''I u tlotht'"er ello.s linen vv,ith acenterpiece with the president :Mrs where the table was covered Little Women Visit Disney World Church, held an informal get with a gift as a memento the
daughter Jovn' Mailtii, to ol mixed mat's I Frames Hamilton, conducting with an imported white linen, together in Fellowship Hall occasion.
Rudolph Thornti'i.,' sonnl' Ki\ d.IIMP..tlll'a'I loses .lI1d / the business session hand embroidered cloth cen Thirteen members of the Brenda Roberts Debbie honoring Mrs. Drew Reddish Approximf 'to( guests
and :Mrs W J hornton 1 of tern :Mrs .Edna: Hart gave the bred with an arrangement of Little Women's Club visited Glover, Karen Glover. Kathy a long-time member of the attended
Starke <''4101) tahltIn 'Ill' tallllh I devotional on the topic' "To red roses, pink carnations Disney World Saturday and Locke, Cindy Canova and
The wtridmt I ,> II t I.' .11\' \ 1 1.tlnu| I VVI II" ( 11\, Mil, ,. ,tit' I IYJ 'lit; SIM' ('i\ .ilir.ttionA purple stance and !bahv s Sunday staying at the ;Nancy> Hildreth.
event of H'rid.is t lulv -M! in tin' inv N.II.V" > liit'is 'M. lull i number of members told breath in a crystal" bowl ontemporary Hotel. Miss Terri Woods Honored At Show. I
Pine ballet I'.i< ,,, .>.I! tl-lpl"1 ?". d-0 ,, -.urn, 'interesting incidents thatoccurred At the silver service pour Those attending\ were Chaperones were Mrs. F.W
'' .. 'll, the classroom of.terMai coffee Mrs: Albert Barbara Godwin Debbie Strickland. :Mrs T
Holmes i hie |'1. I- !'I I I i iI "'" in mg were Henry bride the centerof
centerpiece in
:Misi i'I.I. v I, "d .'. Refreshments Anderson :Mrs l.ou Struth Branson Gloria Strickland. Godwin, sponsors and Mrs. Miss Terri Woods was table
.. erred the and : Sr Ann Allen, Pam Tucker ;Neil> Tucker and :Mrs. honored at a bridal shower the main
Thorn) i h U' i I'' .p" 'i I'r to ill menx Mrdeorge Klvim Bobby Tom UifcM'is
hall of the :Mrs.
., "I Brenda Vicky ;Norman> Allen. held in the annex
duale- >i B1f! t i H/ arI SII attending :Mrs John Johns :Mrs'm Sapp Graham Baptist Church on presided at t t the punch bowl I

May H, given by the ladies of and :Mrs Albert Spaiks and
.. -- Graham Baptist Church. :Mrs J.itnes Stalling l'lItII\ (>
A yellow and green color cake
qvE 1 r scheme was carried out in the Approximate! :1!."> guests
1 decorations with a yellow were united to attend

1 WE ACCE 5' ,
t 1b DKG Members Hear DirectorMiss I

P Alpha ;Nu> Chapter of Delta! : Rosenberg turned I ho
Kappa Gamma international gavel over loShnk\ Jasonekthe
society of women teachers incoming president, who
met at 7 p,m, Tuesday in the adjourned! the meeting/
b Eoo QONsr Reading Clinic at :Mactlennv, Bradford l'ounlII1l'l1Ih.I''''
alt'ndlngl're Maxim: lib
son ":\'l'I>n HanoKdna.:
The prt'Sident.lIss: Delia Hart Helen Johns ToinimeISolm
of tiff (O9 E Rosenberg conducted the ;> :Muriel ;Norman> Lucille
business meeting and intro Payne. Ernestine Register
W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE duced the guest speaker. :Mrs Delia Rosenberg Kate
CES tN CHUNK TUNASTARKIST. BONE IN Marjorie Bingham District II Sh'PPll'd1.11'11)11: \allenga
Pa director who summarized the and Sue inkier
CALIFORNIASTRAWBERRIES 2 ::; 8Se announced that it now has
FFEqtr . chapters in eight countries Carlson.CobbEngagement
having just added Iceland

MAC AtL 13 q9 BLUE BAY 2 ;::: 78 SAVE Mrs, Bingham a hanging was basket presentedwith in ToldMr

of her \isit
appreciation : and :Mr Marvin: h
A holes wS730 > ore purchase .e> 191HAMVISt
C ('al I bon, 01 loo) s vtateiStrtft ,
$-139 Shirley Jasonek was in
1. unniiuiiif the enca.lgI11l'lIt !i
3 !!! 78 charge of the orientation pro of their daughter DI.IMI
asl ( ) gram for new members Hilda
Ty } SAVE Dey. Philomena Adkin on. Louise". to Tens I.'ubh son
PINTS | u. nf :Mr and :Mrs Uilliam, \
41 LB..y and !Mary Estelle Kerry an
('obb. ol! JaiksonxilleM
honorar member Others
'j : l iss Cal'bllnl is a I'lTI\ lit tnIi
NIW CROP IRISH making presentations were ol l.aktalos I Iliuli.Sihool.
CHUCK STEAK .. 881PEACHES Joyce Weldon Allene Bottom. graduate
and .1.<
)> emiiloMil i
Virginia Combs :Martha Star
I'mle ..KieksoiiMlItMr .,
SUNNVLAND END & PIECES ling Kuthrjne Epperson. Pantry m
MurielNorman. ('till is a l'7i'>giiidu.itiofRohoitE
SLICED Edna Hart and :
l.'t-Ilitfli I in .l.nksonMlle.
Singing was led b> and is .111 harm ,,1\\
3 S1SALAD SMOKEDBACON Janet Walters with\ Cindy xestigator fit ,\ I U I Snui ,, LS 1 Broward playing the guitar Systems

'Ihe wedding ,is \ibeilul, < '
Refreshments were served for ;November> Ii in the :Mu ,
membership Hill Chun.li .1,1/. ,
N1RV111 {RISN by the Baker County Baptist

TOMATOES $199 BPS Honors Mrs. Wynn With Shower I IXI

-- ---., Iota Delta chapter of Hal'b.ira ",111.1\ Iti.1" i. ,
4 u.us.
l AVE SOc Beta Sigma Phi held! its last Made, and :\1.11'11\\\ III'' '"< i ilunioriil <
js BOX regular meeting belore I lie tor hlIIlg |ntti > '
CRISCO 3 CAN 99C SAVE_ 80' summer break al the home of attendance dm inn the r'T\ .'Iyear
Mrs Billy Nudge Tuesdav Each' member nitiii'l i I '
'9I HCANTALOUPE 111 di.,. .. luken ,.1 i
.. FRESH PORK night :May 18 an! l'II1\!!' c IM.I
"stor ;1 L N The chapter yardstick, In the lirsl 1 .1II111\1'I'>iII'\' ot th,
SAVE SOc NECK BONES II 391I ternational's standard for Chapter'stli.iu !'el'ing
measuring success and enjoy F'ullosung! the I lui-iiu' >-

$ ASTOR 3 cL'.. 69c FEET " ". 39' ment in sorority' activities\ nu'c'tmg! a I Mil PII isc1 Iwbv .h,>
-ii' 1: was completed and the group \\1'1'1> given for :Misl.o ivnn
2 EARS II39c received: three-star rating \\ who \\,I" pic-scnted' I Iwith
JUMBO '-= !; ,,,. the' traditional HSI'| l.ili\, \
SIZE I Perfect attendance stars spoon .unl a iliessinn. i.il.lc' n
FAT BACK . 049c
and engraved discs were addition, lo misecllamuti-
tNRels MAID, awarded members of the HilLs! Members: of the (I.IIIIMI">II'nt.i
chapter Connie Best Harriet Kilual{ nf ,le\\eN pl"| i isonted
ISH t wxnl
ICE MILK GROUND BEEF Bryan. Cherie Cox. Diane. the hDiiout with gilts
LARGEEGGS Nudge Dimple Uverstreet. ol lingerie and. l baby> limn

\ ,t">N.1N1 ton' Zedra Hamiltons Observe 50th HH
69 :::
GAL SAVE :Mr and :Mrs Zedra ,friends and relatives art
10- u. Hamilton will be honored ,
14c LB. by united to enjoy an atteinoon
/ 1 1 their children and of 'fellowship\ and
grandchildren in C'litc'itainment
CHOCOIATI IMON COCONUT 1 1 .u,I.N. 00. their SUth wedding

CREAM PIE Biscuits 6 .:; 59e anniversary) with a reception
: from 2:31): to 4'JO p m Sunday Mr. And Mrs. RiversTo
SAVE 30jU'MMANb < :May JO. at the Worthington

1C I. .JW .A, Springs Civic CenterChange Be Hosts On
79 /

/e-.<. SAVE ntltyRlph( Yogurt 4 ;? goo In Place Golden WeddingMr
r\:; SAVE lee
ReceptionThe : and, :Mm George W

SUIRIRAND IROIIN G wedding reception for Rivers of draluin will
SAVE 'O. ".. -. '00"" :Miss Alpha Omega Denefield obsc-rve their :>lith wedding! !
WHIPPED KRAFT 69 c Baking Hen .. 59CBeefliver and Isom Parks will be held anniversary on Sunday May:
30'SAVE following the ceremony on JO. with upt'n house :it. their
June 12 at the home of the home, starting ut 2 cluck
TOPPINGc bride's mother Mrs.: Areatha All friends and relatives are

:! :: DEEP SOUTH 59c 69CUSDA Denefield, in La"tl'Y. The invited to attend.Howard .
at"'tiNa' 30' wedding ceremony will be at :3

-1..... p m. at Philadelphia Baptist.
3$1c'OVs 111.1 -t tut" < wit 50 >r "or ,' "r ,igi CHOICE Church. Reunion

LAMB SALE Hayes-Bass Sunday, May 30

Betty J, Hayes of Brooker The descendants ot
77' and Allen Bass of Punta
:Matthew AB Howard will,
.. ., i Gorda will be married on hold a reunion all day Sunday
N ,' / Whole Leg .. *169 Saturday June 12. at 7 p m, in :May 3in) the dining hall at
PARTY ICE 8 59'WAFFLES1. L the Brooker Baptist Church. U'Ltmo State Park near High
'. Loin Chops $289Sirloin All friends and relatives are Springs. All friends, and rely
.. . 2 ; sloo 1 invited to attend the wedding lives are invited to bring a
and the reception Imme- basket lunch and enjoy the
BAR-'B-QUE I ( Chops .. $259 diately following in the church day
/ fellowship hall.
w0. Chops 2S9
f. GR'FRUIT JUICE 3 $1 100 1

Shoulder Chops ,- $1))79 !

N. .... Shoulder Roast $1).19

: WATERMELONS ,.00 5199 :Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,Francis and :Mrs William T
;g:> mmm maemmmmmm spent Friday and Saturdayin VNhisenhunl. Jr of LosAngel..s
Orlando and attended Grad Calif, announce the
OPEN SUNDAY ( OPEN SUNDAY Night at Disney World While birth of a daughter, Tina

10-6 LJW: JffiUl( J3f! 0 JJjJTI13[! ( 10-6 and there Mrs.they Charles also visited Baetzmanand !Mr Uhisenhunt Maria born is!May the 25.firmer Mrs

family former Starke Sally Ann Epperson daughterof
residents! Mr. and :Mrs W J
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Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mack (her W'.iltci SU'U.ut. m'l'l'l'n- their daughter, Trish, from Anne spent last week attend- from Alachua General BALDWIN r4lk
L. Williams for the weekend Ion Wesleyan) College, Macon\ ing the state convention of the Hospital and extends a note of
were all eight of their childrenand Ga., this past weekend .Florida. Press Association in thanks for the many kind
their families: Mr. and Visiting Mr mid :Mis. LH St. Augustine. expressions of concern.
Mrs. Mack L. Williams, Jr. Gibson! this Saturday will bo Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles
liowell and Mr and Mrs Bill Haas Mr. and Mrs. Otis CHEVROLET OLDS
and daughter Patty of Des her brother and sistcriiilaw.Mr ; spent Tuesday
Moines, Iowa; Mr and Mrs. undMis\\ J M Peterson of Wednesday in St. Petersburg spent Saturday with their McKinney have sold their
daughter Jennifer at Valdosta home in Starke and moved to
Charles McQuaig and son Silver Springs, Md mid their
David, of Waycross Ga.; Mr. son and his \\ ift'11': and IMrs Attending the Shrine Convention State College and attended Rainbow Lake Estates '.inDunnellon
and Mrs. Bob Williams and (Derry Gibson <01 t :MertittM.im'1 over the past weekendin Parents Day sponsored by 1
daughter Wendy of Jackson- ; St. Augustine were Mr. and Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority. j
ville, Fla.; Mr and Mrs. :Mrs Robert Mcltae.\ Mr. and Mrs. Arlin McKnight sat on 4 iIltllll1L
Harold Godwin and children !Mr iind Mis 11 A. Lawson Mrs Charles Dinkms, Mr. II.H. Joiner of Camp a panel for the American qq \
Jay and Jana of Starke; Mr. attended the graduation: ol Ii i S. Brown, Mr. Jesse Springs, Maryland, visited his Cancer Society at the RamadaInn
and Mrs. Ben Williams and their liiiimlsiin. Andy Jordan. Sanders. :Mrs Jewellc Craw sister and brother-in-law, Mr. in Jacksonville last
daughter Suzanne of Sav- Irom :\1011'111111 ('olll'!!('. :MaisMill. ford,! Mrs Faye'l'horntonMr.\ and Mrs. W.S. Haas, several Saturday. Also on the panelwas
annah, Ga; Mr. and Mrs North CiiiDlina. last and Mrs\ James Watson, Mr\ days last week.Visiting 1>1'. K.K. Gillespy, Jr., 1975 CHEVROLET IMPALA
Frank Williams and son !Mare weekend and Mrs\ Charles Odom Mr\ M I D., former health officer of
of Crystal Lake; !Mr and Mrs. find Mrs\. l' .F Bateman, Miami \ Mrs. Arlin Zradfoird County.
John Williams and son John. Wl'l'kl'llIlitoll" Jr. of Gainesville; and Mr .\ .E.: :\ \,. Sr was her Jim Rugby and Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday of last week were Local admittances 'to
and Mrs. Richard Williams other.' Mr 'l I 11 Iltl'l1..f; Waltei Nolm:> Those attendingthe her brother and sister-in-law Bradford County Hospital this transportation, air conditioning, power
and daughter Micayle of ,la<'ksmivillcisitinn (itirnde on Saturday were Mr and Mrs. T.T. Langston of week include: Linda
Tallahassee. On Saturday Mr and !\II's. Klbeit: Nettles, Manning, S.C. On Tuesday \\ilkerson Mary Goodman steering, power brakes, V-8 automatic transmissionVERY
night they all were the dinner Mr and Mrs Fritz Kramer, they all visited Disney Worldin and Charles Capehart Jr., LOW MILAGE
guests of Mr. and :Mrs Harold Mr (Ml Na'worth'l'\Ir! Hob Orlando. Also visiting Mrs Lawtey; Albert Finley and 3995
Godwin. Also attending from \ Mi and Mrs J 1 II. Shannon, Mr ftdllltrrelland' M.Knight\ this past week were Celia Redding Ralford; "TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A GREAT I

Starke were Mrs\ Eve God\\in :Moiuncl over the weekend Mr: Harold OehlerMr Mrs Leona Jones of Sumter, Emma Roberts, Melrose; SAVINGS HERE"
were Mis JS Walker and S C. and Mrs. Richard Kolb of Clotie Newman, Hampton; .
and Jeffrey Norman.Mr. -
children) Cindy and Steve ollort and Mrs.\ John E. Kunig Merrill Island, Fla. John Raulerson and Jessie
Laudmlale('. '\Iso \ ltoitilll: arrived last week from Baltimore Welch Lake Butler; Evelyn
and Mrs. Chris Palmes
and children of Kathleen Fla them' tins ueekeiul.IK their Md\ and will remain in Mr. and Mrs. David Williams and James 1915 CHEVROLET TON PICKUPpower
weekend visitors of :Mr.and Ki-iiiuMouKhtei\ Kathy Starke permanently at their !Montgomery and family met Davidson, Keystone Heights;
were Mrs. Richard V. St. John ndenll I Ironi the I t'niv 1'lorida I (;iaiiu'sville' is the former Miss Haisten steering
and family. \ Mrs\ Kunig and family at Sebastian Inlet Patsy ,
Holly Lsimbc. of Starke State Recreation Area near Hulsey, Julia Thomas, Fran
heater (This truck has been used the and has
:Mrs henry Moirison\ Mr Melbourne and camped last Strickland, Lavon Wayne on highway
Visiting Mr and :Mrs C.L.. and Sirs Jim Kpps: and son Bob
:Mr and Mrs. Fergusonand weekend Parrish, Mary Sperry '
Cooper during the past weekend Jim Jr? and Douglas Martin Mr and Mrs.\ John Miller\ Elizabeth Crews, and Jose relatively high mileage) But Is sound all over. gQtffrftlg

were their son, Capt. visited [Mrs Moirisons son and children, Kevin and Mary Mrs.\ Marian Howe is home Moron, all of Starke.
Hobert L. Cooper of Edwards Virgil! Morrison! who is confined
AFB, California and :Mrs : in 1-jiko (Comiminit
Gladys Dean of Chiefland On Hospital, l.ievlniiu'' I this past:)
Wednesday they had as visitor \\I'lIc'n,1,
Mr\ Joe Cooper of Lakeland. THE FUNERAL
On Saturday night Mr and Mr and :Mrs John :Mvers

Mrs. Cooper visited her bio- ilcndi'd thi niailualniM" I "t The funeral represents a purposeful opportunity to reflect on the meaning of

u life that has been lived and to determine the impart of that meaning for thosew Long wheel base Fleetside, solid.blue Only 33,00

St. Mark's Church To SponsorNew ho continue There is no single proper funeral service. It is a time for human miles clean & solid
I sharing in its! deepest! sense You and the ones you love are at the very centerof 2595

Child C'I11t'lIt''t I the funeral process. CHECK YOU BUY
Caring The choices you make regarding funeral service will determine its significance THIS PICKUP BEFORE

St :Mark's Child Caring! children/ .from On- age until for you.
Center, a first of its kind in they' are ol age In enter kin It is the goal of the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home to create a climate in
this area offering a total I dergartcn"Hie, which the bereaved can confront the reality of death and healthfully express
growth structured preschool once, will opn.iln. their collective grief at the irrevocable end of a valued relationship It is within :
program is scheduled to open I rom 7':to a m until i to p mMond.i this temporary caring (community of family, minister. and this funeral home's L 1914 CHEVROLET LUV PICKUP
August 23 at St. Mark's Kpis- : '. Ihiouuh Vrrd.lThl'< ) staff that family and friends have the opportunity to encounter each other' at
copal Church 212 :North learning anti .iilixitv pcriiHlill (the deepest levels and find mutual sustenance. 31,000 miles
solid red The this
Church Street. Stark \\ be Irom) 'til ID until :2pm paint only thing
It will be a growing place for For further inform.it
two three and four year olds phOJll' :\Irs :MiPherson ,"ii 'tM,,; little pickup needs is a home.
according to :Mrs Diana ,171 '\\ 'neSt I II"l'k I odd, RENTAL $2595

:McPherson, coihairman of i tiling (''enlci' I' ii Hc>\ lot' Hospital Beds Walkers Wheel Chairs A! Crutches
the committee which .is slaike' 1 1-1. JJiKtlMember
organizing the new nursery) : nl tini unmiittcinrRciniingthi '
school. "-< ,'"lei .in.. \1.ld'llt'r"nn 1.. l
The program will encompass \ .,nili,I', \I"
indoor and outdoor free ( artiste-. ,.n play learning projects art ... "- Al h I artiste1i' For Appointment Or Drop By Our Office
activities, group activities md Mis It ditch i Mi" "i,.' \

games, stones sharing, and :Mrs aiohn (Iinut ,i MiVuki '" Starke 964.6200 t Keystone H jts. 473-3176 2 door coupe Silver paint with Black trim If you want
crafts, Mrs\ McPherson sa>'s Pmull 1 nI, MiP"'o'v
Quiet rest periods and snack :Slanw; IX.I'lay' I
economy plus SEE THIS
times will be included she LITTLE CAR FIRST

adds.The center's goal is to pro $2695
vide one teaching staff mom Come In And Meet

t ber for each eight children. ,
Martha Weldon. state certified RIT F'
instructor in early childhood Dale .R .8 Y6bIA
:, t'ducatlonith six .ears Brown
experience working with 'IQ
young children, will bo direr 1973 CHEVROLET IMPALA

tor of the center New Owner Of Badcock L

,. For this first year, children 4 door Blue' with dark blue trim, power steering, power\
must be at least two sears of is *

The age before center January will 1 1.an lt7.!.cpl You Will Find Bargains Galore In Their Spirit Of 76 Sale brakes, air conditioning, V-8. automatic transmission one (,

owner, 43,000 miles \

,.,. (J3QrU61CQ" t' ,I 4w44-" l -1 NICE. S2495\. ,.... '

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Sunday : Sunday School. "i- ..

9:45: a m.; :Morningorship,
11 a.m. Church Training 6 13 9645289IAI 1973 CHEVROLET IMPALA

p.m. Eveningorbhip, 7 30 .-

p.m.Monday; CHURCH ( Walnut StdCT 9 passenger wagon (Sold new by us) power steering

OFFICE CLOSED. Girl's Starke( power brakes cruise control, air radial
Ensemble, 6:40: p.m.. Youth PORCH AND PATIO S :ices

Choir 7 pm. "g I n}. r ''r \, FURNITURE, ry REAL CLEAN, well cared for REAL NICE CAR
Women'sCouncil r (A) Porch Rock. 1 L A
Tuesday: Baptist
10:30: a m Business, toad, $44.95 ) All miles are Highway miles
U'30 a.m. Luncheon 12 noon. 39 $., J (s// Jumbo Penh Roch.r ,t E 2595
Program 12:30: pm. Junior 4 Iyy o3P1 $59.95
Choir, 3:30: p m.Wednesday + ItS lCl Porch
!: a
: Family Night
Supper.6-lop: .; Org Mtgs\ IDI Porch Rocker 5, [ 6 :'S'g
6 43: p m "Hour of Power ,, 1.t 1 '70P1 $34.95
730 Trustee :Meeting ,S d f (E) Slat Ponh Rocker
pm.; 'K
Adult Choir. 8-15: pm P 7 i 4' ,' ,", }+tx. nn1, $29.93 (o) lEln .
Thursday: Visitation, 9.30 ; + J

a.m.. Visitation 7pm 4 door, power steering power brakes, v-8, auto transmission,
Saturday : Bus Ministry *
Visitation, 8:30: a mouth '' air conditioning, one owner, 41,000 miles
Visitation, 1:30:
pm. 2495

:Morgan Koiul

Baptist Church: \n- nlei 1973 FORD -GRAND TORINO COUPE

Sunday Service*
Sunday School. 10 a m % Dark green, white vinyl top GOOD SOLID
Morningorship and Ser \
\ices for the Deaf. llam / TRANSPORTATION Clean, air conditioning, power steering
Training Union. 6'30 p m
Evening Worship. 7 30 p m )' power brakes V-8, automatic transmission high mileageBut

Wednesday Ser iced k alpt Nice. .
Mid Week Prayer Service 2195
and Bible Study 7 30 P 111 All 9 PIECEEEI
Choir Practice 8'15 m
p ( ) aA ah"w1
Add rase .nl 6.a.. rs r.r, pati w family nN, 7
r.A i>w Uaiw**
roii u.-/ 1..m ...it .n4 *//M. .
Madison Si. Detente ;IeewJJd canrr tar,rnl .Yh-p.a f. n.nh..Ad.n..i//
Comps at J6 .n 1971 CHEVROLET VEGA WAGON

G"(((&o T ?u t H ttci i e +.E"r'"s--. : t = -**>
Baptist Church: ; .1 .7- I- d. One Owner
AI I Folding ID) Folding ,; / ( ) Runs goodNo engine problems '
Y'.t' ,
Chan. tin $24.98 S.n..JlOO $24.98'II .
Sunday School Si, Patio Snack ( Folding t ;. r. .,,,, ,,,
Sunday: Tab)l. n $ 3.98 Ro<.., JIM $14.98 ;" aPaF,, Good economical transportation $895
9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship C) Folding cad bi' i
llam. Children's Church U Chair Wl $1 1 1.98 n"t"ln i.4001. $12.88 ,'.{,I" .
a m; Church Training I 6> 13 ., 'i"'. !
Evening Worship 7 30 \\FJ' .... You Are :
pm. .
f' : Always A Winner When
Nursery Provided for all .. 1 Buy FromefawectotcU
p.m. v. .
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services. .1.. ..". ', I .' I.-. .. "': ,
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.t to. :
;Monday : Holiday no I j 7. \ .
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ladies Tuesday ball game: Ladies Bible ; ;::.!.\;\t 1iY( ; W :,.:' ';) ,(J : [1'rtr i ) :;"1, +

Study, 10 a.m.. men's ball ;'"'. .l:$ .Y/. '.t Pu .'t Y tr \\ti.{Ij.:1 '.'f' !: ..."...'. .1.:) '1"ti,..
Westside : :f 'V'! 1" g+ ..s !. .....,.,t ,o\ -. .t Si '1
game 8:43: p.m. at 'ill' ; :\ t .; .+..t'ry"Y" .:' : I 1':'. .. .... .' "' :
-1 4.:' y. 1.1'i .. .vr'V. $ .: '.1. I \
Park. .111 ... '.: roc.:;: ; 'i % l; :(. it. l "' "i"j! 1
t'f .(.ij :; J5. .' '" "" .. ,
Wednesday: Youth Choir. t.. :'.cI ;t> .oz.\ ;...
,:.. !. ..o:1., l'i' .1 rR :}. :'"In ,.,. of{;'
Prayer Meeting, : : ".f f' i.k'! : '
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7:30: p.m., Adult Choir. 8:30: US. 301 North Phone 9647500STARKE.
p.m.Thursday and STAND Inpr, ,h. ion,. nr...-.... .... .nil ...... N Per Tw..a' 5.".. $9995
: Ladies ball '..1 .n... r ? :::7, Nn":; ';,::[, '::'.:h.M/ ...ar.n.;.' : :: Am Chair FLORIDA"Sooner
practice 6pm. ..a. / hsuAuN a..... .h. Mw. prMi. R.eking Chilen
Friday: Men's Softball .,,., ..+r ,- Co"npa. a1 $79 9f :.d :..:.A: :.,""..' : Colfq; i.hl. Campira" it $1195
game, 8:43: pm. at Westside
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w, $32,365_ Free Services Set By Hospital Higher Interest Rates May DranoBuyers 13 Posts Up For Grabs
I Bradford County Hospital the Bureau of Community reasonable cost normally I
will To Tax Sale
provide $32:105: In uncompensated Medical Service Facilities of charged.
services to the com the Department\ Health and The level set meets the com In Union
munity between Oct. 1, 1975 Rehabilitative Services of the pliance guidelines of the fed Higher interest rates are in said the higher rate amount County VotingLAKE
,I and Sept :30, 1976 according the to the Public Health Service of Medical Facilities Con- percent of operating costs of certificates at next Tuesday'ssale should attract more buyers to BUTLER Thirteenof property appraiser and school A third school board mem-
U.S. Department of struction Plan"Uncompensated. the hospital.. of delinquent tax the June 1 sale when around Union County's elective superintendent.Those ber, Ressie Griffis, appointedlast
1 fare.Health, Education: and Wel- services" Bradford County Hospital property at the Bradford 200 parcels of land will be auctioned positions will be up for grabs seeking office will September, will be in his
I means services available in has the right to determinehow County courthouse.The off for taxes. this year and all but one of the meet the test in the first primary first election this year. Griffis
The sum is established by the facility to persons unableto when and to whom the interest rate was Tax certificates are issued incumbents plan to file for reelection set for Sept. 7. Voters took the place of Tommy Mob-
-" pay. either by providing hospital services will be provided increased to 18 per cent by the when taxes are not paid on a when the books open must register for this primaryby
free or less-than-cost hospital There are guidelines 1975 Legislature and will be in parcel of property. The owner July 6.County. July 24. If necessary, a ley, who left the board to
care. The level of such ser which positively Identify a effect for the first time this has two years to pay the over Commissioner C.E. second parimary will be held accept an administrative
:;When you buy eggplants, pick I* vices is determined by the dif person or family eligible to year The old rate was 12 percent due taxes, plus interest Crews recently returned Sept. 28. Voters must registerfor position within the Union
. :ones tliiit dark .
are purple and ference between the amount receive full or partial uncompensated before the certificate buyer home from hospitalization, the Nov. 2 general electionby County School system. :
.:feel.....firm.... .and.....heavy...... .... .:. paid by such persons and the services.. Tax Collector J.R. Kelly may apply for a tax deed to has not made a decision yet to Sept 18. Sheriff John Whitehead and
the property. The bidder who run for re-election to the post County Clerk Robert Drig-
-. buys a certificate at the he won in 1972. His decision to Paul Riherd and David E. gers, both were elected in 1952
annual sale is not actually be announced later, will "Skip" Woodmgton, county and plan to seek to retain
Trucks Fit Prices purchasing the land, but is apparently be based upon his commissioners since 1972 those positions in the upcoming ,-
buying a claim to it as an physical condition. plan to seek re-election to election
-- + investment. Candidates will file for election their posts. County Judge ,A'.L1.
Until a property owner pays July 6-20 to fill three School board members Ray Driggers, first elected in li,,
the taxes due,the interest rate county commission seats Crawford and Morris Dobbs also plans to seek re-election.
I cJ: ._ compounds at 1.5 per cent per three school board seats and expect to file to retain their School Superintendent
rl n' month until the bid level is the county offices of judge, seats from groups 4 and 2. James Cason will seek to
t reached. For instance if the sheriff clerk, supervisor of Crawford took the school retain the position first earned',
? ([ Jl== ===gYau owner pays the taxes within elections tax collector board post in 1968 in 1964. .' ''
five months after the sale, he
pays the back taxes plus 7.5 .t I J 'f JuJU .,.. 'C_ y _ .

4" ) per cent interest.
said that,
Kelly according to
custom he will sell one parcelat !
I've Gal: Mine
Can't house 12 noon door in front as required of the court by :

law, then halt the sale until 2
'76 F-150 4x4 LARGEST p.m., when the bidding will be
moved inside You Can Get:
runs on any gasoline. BelieveTERWILLEGAR
And it's the huskiest I j-ton Ford everbuilt.
New frame strength new axle STOCK EVER UIIS GraduationSet Your

strength new higher GVW's. Fourspeedshift
and power disc'drum:: brakes are une 4

standard. I f V l', Foot Long

'76 Bronco, J. LAKE BUTLER Nearly
100 Union County High School ;
the lean 4x4 machine. I(4/L
seniors will receive diplomasin Steak (
Optimum width lets Bronco snake through ,. graduation exercises scheduled -
where bulky converted pickups can't. for 8 p.m. June 4 on the r t tI.
High clearance. Short front and rear football field.Baccalaureate.
overhangs. Tight turning. Built for keeps. services will 49'
be held Sunday night. May 30, f. .
beginning at 8 p.m. in the high

FtIaOTORS! _.. ford school Gerry and auditorium.White Lanier Clyatt Donna led Craw the t/r

list of nine high honor 354.0)
964-7200 Starke, graduates of the 1976 senior .
class. Twenty-eight will gra- _
18 YEARS OF SOMETHING SPECIAL QUALITY & SERVICEWe duate with honors, holding a at
grade point average of 3.0 or
Service What We Sell

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1212 N. Temple 964.6567

Electricity : The Homo of Bradford County's;;

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I. Four hrs.of color TV? 2. TweKc hrs.of light; ((100 watts. )? ..... 3. One average day of hot water? --- I, men's sizes.


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65% Polyester and 35% 2 5 0
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complete our :, For 47 \e.irs, while the cos t of pru.tu.all reason why your bill has gone up. Increasedusage.
took\ the to qui
you're It vou probably surprised time .it )Ut how little every service .indcommodity wasgomgiip.rhe) ) People are used using 10 almost 70 Ir more elec- r 0Li3 Jffif( mll @l dl1J Jm(!
than they years ago.
cost of electricity was constantly going' down tricity
d'etrl"t'w.llly. ccvf.Because
ot the \low cost of ilectnciiv. you It wasn't until WZ and 1 11.)74 that the general Even '0, electricity represents good value, -===- 301 S. Starke, Fla.,
him for increased, because inflation. The ;as our quiz answers prove. ''
c.m watch ""I.If'r\ I lev s than it costs r.ltc'ere 'SHOPPING CENTER
of only two general increases in the.: company's :Now: that you have a better idea of what TlftT" OVCMTIMOMfMCiUNOISirOlJCVOw

one hilollipop.' loads washabout week's history. .- "ll.'ctrt'ltytuJlly costs, and where you can comtMr Miry' 'N*. eNl' ta* N..IInM.hN.1..11Iu11.0.I i 4
You do 5 of ( a < ... ... .
can It I.n. T G Y
worth)for lethan\ the cost of a single Sunday However the increase in the cost of electricity control these; costs perhaps you also \,\11'h.1'c -.NIMAV...,,..._ IWlMf,..4 MnMMN0CotnH 10** all pmtM..'..4..*4w..,HChMh. &:
: even: with the fuel adjustment. charges a better ideayoucuY ... .Mi 4Mit,I.eNrtMIM..IMMM.ryM .... .( _
new>p.lp"r. = ...,..<.h i4 M tit ..*..'co....AMI....,H, MIVM1....,,
cost less caused by the international fuel cri'i*, is still of howservC : PI n N. .N I- ti -
Insluirtvrnost electrical\ appliance -.....,...11.n.M'tI.IAnN ,........ tht
to use than\ you'd Imagine Just check the practically the same as the cost of t living increase can; ....1.0..it... !1 ... ,IKM. |rM Wt lUptV ...tN |*M $ family centers.
anSWl'r given below from lQ ob to 197b. But there is another more :

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I'agfH h1.EGIt.\1'11 Mat 27. 1 1976

.,-.'------ --April Property Sales Total $836.600------ ----

Sale of property in Brv'ford: Subdivision for 13600.
..... Gerald Sr. and
County' during April tc :'led: -
Sg.W.GOO.: shoeing \. jir !hcr (la lots, 2(1-21( ol( Sampson LakeShores Dale ood Subdivision for east half of lots three and two Ann Adams of Gainesville lot NW quarter( the NW quarter and Arbutus Armstrong lot 27 Williams sold to John C. and
ripe in propwtj 'u1 ons unit b live, for $9.00Honald ; ( () simm I ( in the NE quarter of the NE 17 of an unrecorded plat of of section 2, T6S R22E foe of Sampson Lake Shores Unit Martha Brantley lot 54 of
{for 1!Jill.(; whic1'! ,talJ.2ri2.877 I and! Mury' Jean Leland and Doshia Brown quarter of section 29, T6S Pumpkin Patch on Lake SantaFe $9,000.( one, for 95,500.( Parkwood for $21,500.(
$ !Newman: sr. !ssld to Paul sold to Bryan and Edith Metteof K22E for $7,000.Keystone for $45,000.Oletha Gilbert and Louie Bell Lloyd and Elouise Flemingsold
.April land IrHIiS, I Mont liood. and Paul locnt. Jr. of Jacksonville lot 13 on Developers of W. Boyd sold to Crosley sold to Clara L. and to C.A. and Irene Ford of
(kipped those of :Maid I I. i.llnl'Silll' lots 14-15 ofSampson Sampson Lake for 8000.() Bradford, Inc. of Jacksonvillesold Ralph D. Hartung ofMelroselot Jimmie Patterson a parcel of Melrose property on Santa Fe Chain Link Fence
;about $1 a'JHID( ) ) and those Lake Shores, unit' Walter Williams and Sons to Hilda K. Lee of one of block two in Santa land in section 18, T7S R22E Lake for 22000.
February by more than II\'{' for 59,20(1Eugene! ( Inc., of Duval County sold to Jacksonville lot 17 of block Fe Shores for $16.500. for $2,()()(). Leon and Thelma Norman
$423.UlJO.( ) !showing a <'' tinct Shaw and John Wilbur and Louise Cox of five in Keystone Club Estates Denver R. and Chessie W.H.! Eddy sold to Christineand sold to Charles and Esther SuppliesFirst
rise in property sales! the Kopelousos of Clay' C'ounty Jacksonville a part of the :NW'; unit one for 3500. Devrick sold to Charles M. Hector Viera of Ft Norman property in the NE
county sold lo John A. und Diane quarter of the NW quarter of James L. and Shirley Neill and JoAnne Devrick lot 34 on Lauderdale property in the quarter of the NW quarter of]
Largest transuelioi. UN Oilman of Hope Valley, K.I., section 2, TGS K22E for Andrews sold to Gerald Griffisof Cypress Avenue in Crystal NE quarter of the NE quarter section 25, T5S R21E north of
April was the sale 01 the lot lour ol block one und lot 16 511.UOO.) Lake Butler lot six of block Lake Homesites for 1000.( south of Santa Fe River in Sr 225 containing about 2.78
Desert Isle Motel property by of blink 2:! in The Woods for Bonnie and Glenda Terrellsol two in Eastwood for $1,700. Edwin and Hilda Peck soldto section 31. T7S R21E for acres for $2,000.(
rand: E Associates, Inc ol $1\\,11I111.) ( a parcel of property in theSE Gerald Griffis sold to Container Corporation of $:18000. George Wesley Lee sold to
tl(. (;'ala to New Life Temple George!:: and Ollie K !( :: quarter( of section 24. T6S, Amelia Turner lot six of block America, a Deleware Daniel and Rosemary Margaret DeSue lots one and Quality
Inc a non-profit I corporationof !sold to, Selma and Leon K22E:! to Douglas and Betty two in Eastwood in the SW corporation a parcel of land in fledge of Texas sold to F.G. four of block 18 in North (Kent
Jacksonville The property Kllington; lots 1.2 and 3 of Baldwin for 19400. quarter of the NE quarter of the SW quarter of the SWquarter No Seconds
located on S-125 and l'S-301: block three in the town of The Ott Corporation of section 3J: TkS(; K22E for and the East half of
near I-awtey. was sold. for Graham for $1.500. Keystone! Heights sold to 2500. the SW quarter of section 28, Foundation Co.
St 14.0 0. :New: Life Temple Inc., of William Jr. and Mary Ann The Ott Corporation sold to T7S. R21E for $fi,000.Gary Paving InstallationAvailable
:Next': ( largest sale of the Jacksonville sold to J and S Kiazer of Gainesville lot six of W."'. and Nancy Penn 'packer W. and Donna Brewer ASPHALT
month invnUvd three parcelsof :Motel. Inc. of Ocala a portion Seinmolo Ridge", Unit 4 for and P. Barrie Maholchic lot 20 sold to Ernie and Minnie Lou PAVINGFill
liiiiin section 17. Township of the Desert I Isle :Motel lor $10.000.( of Seminole Ridge unit one for Patray lot 19 of Smokerise for Dirt
II S. Range 22 E:, along SR1.ipil $ i.UUlI( Hoy Wade and Sheryl 7000. 523.iO(;' Grading
; S :>r;>. sold I h.1 I I V\IlIte. Robert W and! Billie :loner Jackson sold to Betty Jackson AnneG. I lodge! sold to DavidA. Harry and Jessie Richie ofNew HANDYMAN
Sherman L. While and Bobby ,sold to Travis, and Josie one square acre in the SE and Barbara Jettnrr part of Jersey sold to Eugenia LandscapingFree
(', White 10 Williams Robert Kimbri! lot nine of block two corner of the 1'lIlia: rIel' of the N half of government lots :Morrow the north 70 feet of
and Barbara Gordon lor in South Gate Hcplal for SW quarter of section 23 T6S. 11 and 12 I lying north of the lots nine and ten of block two Estimates 1-289-2141
$71. (iuOther $:.!:I.iull.) K22E tor $3.100.( Santa Fo Hiverand east of Ihe in )uwlings Addition to the
) land( transactions for Lucille I K and L.T. Johns Vivian lleaton sold to railroad in section 18. TiS, City of Starke for 9000. Phone 964-7813 FREE ESTIMATE
the month values calculated sold,\(\ to 11ad1\ -on De'.u's ,mdII.11 I'iiliTiadge and Dorothy Flair R20E for 13200.( Elizabeth J. Clark sold to
(from lax( stamps .itfixed towarranty I I'! \\.itien. oi' l.uksimville ,ut Brooker a lot !l0)() feet by 100 :Molly narrower of Alachua Carl W and Mary Mixon of Maxville/ Fla I'
(deeds hied 1 in the lot i iii)i" "I"'k < m toet in the :NW'; corner of the County !sold to John E. and Jacksonville property in the
county clerk's vault include
Lot is: )in Smokensc
Subdivision, !sold I h N William. 1
.1) Lewis to J llovlc( : Brown oiCireen
('11\e Spnnn-) i or Si !Imo) MEMORIAL
Walter William- ,,and titn
Inc.. i of l l>u\il Count\ Mild i illarrj \\
and Elaine Creem >i f
Jack on\'llie proper! in the
!SK: quarter ol the :Mqu.irtc: : .I
of !section 2. TBS\ K.i2E tor
SHHHK( ( )
Charles .1 1 and Sally .f
'tenrehild sold lor !'.r, ((55)' ) :i
jKircel of land in the A.esthreequarlers -
) ol the :NW.; 'in
quarter} ol the SW quarter, N l ASPIRIN \ PEPS
faction 27. TliS H22K: ie'( I RRSNWLEOEWT
Daniel and Lorraine Smith BOTTLE OF 100 VB

:Mark and Elaine ''Uin asi>inn Withsa/etyclosure.Lamttl' .
SGrainAsplr.n s.A' 4arer ;
purchased from( Clarence and r COLAI
Kulh) Cooper u troll t ot land 'on
old Lake Butler load! and .< 5.Ou.can ot HerbalScanted BOX OF 100
part of the old Brahma Estate: or Untcented.Limit -
in !section :iii. Tt'S KJJK: : for 1z 1 can. Individual, packages'! granulated/ .sugar +,
COLGATE sub+utut., There i no bitter, after taste. 112 OZ .

$4.H)0"Clyde..Ind( ) Kulli I.ashfi 7.,J (CANSJREG I I ;
purchased property on the -t ,. --
lakeside ot Little Santa KfLake 7 ounce Family, IIlB.. 15
from Unwell lilt! 1
.lu.iml.i Dc) ':riel' ol \ irginia lor LIMIT -
TIKDIHI < n.aVr.m ,' tar'' I SIX PACKS h
W.II''n.and\ Donna Hir 111'PP1
,',I t' .il'1 "im'\ Idlnlubi! {. IlKY
,\ and :/MarthaUillorv' '\' i' L1STER1NEAn
,laikxinville 1" ot uiui, 'w', 119 Fm LIMIT SIX PACK 'IMiIVvO
in Indian, Heath Sulxliv'1s'(41 i AiTISEPTIC ONE MOUNTAIN DEW 99'a
lor *:2n! .(ion olnei-i with many healing use, ?
W C'and :Mane ('h'mol-. 32 ounce antiseptic Bottle Limit 1 ,
.Ir/ sold anal'111 ,section ;
T-S lUtEiltSr'22)toalt! (,
and 1 K.mcUi ('lemons I torsi 'OIHI) ;

Lots II and 1 12 north ol tin tom '74'BLADES riw' .:. TEXAS INSTRUMENT WEB & ALUM. iir22INCH nortttte
I and I Kv Riser in section mI"7S \ PERSOHHA :' :7.':::
: It 2uh:. including ..iboulil I :'; :;:.:: CALCULATOR LAWNFURNITURE CUT v
PACK/29 *
1.! |" Mllll I.U I' / POWER MOWER
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'4l>>'.!HIfI)( hvnnr (U; Htxlge ol rffc 4 KEY MEMORY TO STORE
\liicliua ('aunty lo Llovd .nul Ft, ill Double Edge ryors.Turi9ten ti ItlGGS t STRATTON
1.\nn :\:1': "ht' II1'(il' West i PalmIM1ea.lt ., Plus Blades. Limit 1 .;t REG 818.95 ASSORTED COLORS V" I

; .,' .1"hll'lI11' I I-. i CHAIR C99REG
>' t- .'ilull I Kiill !;':: 7 99 9
seiinuii. .'.Irn. s Sermon
IfOM.t ILL \\ hlh' ,md Anna MM 15 CHAISE ,
eQr REl 'I I'll<
Wall.u e. heirs ol IU'm COPPERTONE59 '
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sermon sold to Uuth Sermon .'' O99 GRASS
nf \1'\\ Jersey! lots :.1 and It> inMl : :':! #1250 CATCHER
: lirnon Mibdiv t 'A'
ision( tor !
M I ;"innJames ..
.. ROMAN AP 16 STEREO 'G9997.88'
I It dad lt.irhaiaHillin.in ;" 13 99 ,
sold lo James ...iulV.IM.I iii :.:
ijuii'lte, lot 12 nl| bloik =
Three in Smith (late Keplal{ lor WET ONESPORTAPACK GOLDEN BOY POWER

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\' 1hInr, S| ll| I 1111\>|| "I'|I Iold ( '1111111\ {I.: .. .. :+ LEFT AND RIGHT SLIDE CONTROLS FOR ALL-PURPOSE PAD BRIGGS 8. STRATTON
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in I Ueese and KiversKradlrv .1 : I 30 pop-., mout towelettes.. 1 Pack VOLUME AND BALANCE 2 H P MOTOR
( ol" .J.I'k/ 1I11\ ,die ,1 i DiMoi-bla. & Hushable. Limit SOLID FOAM -i REG S10997 '
panel' ;(,il property in the S lull VINYL COVER .
.if. theI': quarter ol tin si- i REG ?
''III.II.t.1'{{ ( (nl section Jd I >:sU2nK I 1 799 1 *
: : oil s 22:> bur $1(1( (mm I JOHNSON ft. JOHNSONBAHDAGES 888 ; ,
Kdn.nW. Douglass .J.Itold REG 24XI -
-( 1 lo Wayne .Ir j-'il! BANDAID60\ BAHD-AIDllm 2995MR. 7 INPLAYMATE t7
1),.l..iiilh llollmK-uorth mKev 39
stone Heights .ihiiut I ITII
". ,res I in I he' enst.Jlalf! ol t the' ""'Iu.rtel r COFFEE REG 1288 BLACK & DECKER
( ut \the !SK: 'quarter oleilion Family, Pack of 60)4pl) "..'C bandages.. 15 QUART '
>. > J. TKS. K22K( : toi Limit. 1 ., 10-CUP ICE CHEST GRASS TRIMMER ".
.ltlll'| ( 'HI I
I .1'1,1' ,! Itallhii 1'1IT"\ I! i : 'p COFFEE MAKER
<, ''! in I loseph, j'.i M I 'r I 11.1 :- ANDFSNRUBtlfENCESRY
Veihensin) lot two .mil thie (r REG IS 94 1488
| I MC- ,-
of.\ blink three in :South date; I MISS BRECK 8 IC '. MODEL B20O
III.: plat' tor S2li' .!"'Hall.iie | t 79 .
\\ and Linn : '

Moonevham' ()IllfI (1'\ I'll and t 1 1l LASTING HOLD REG. 36 99 1 13'/2' INCH
l:I5.irli.ira, I'ickren" aliout. ; lIt. l' 2 TvP... Holds so *.ll. -
L.""" 8 Ounce car .... Limit 1 '
.4(fii's 111 the SW quarter ol thiW you can even sleep on your TIKI TORCH GRASS SHEAR
<; '|Iii.'rrtcr' ol section, 2KT.! I "isU21K HOLD
: I nil :-I 1t.29: for sjjoon RIVAL JUICER i WITH 6 FT POLE I .
Kalldeen. :Morgan sold In. ; -, FOR EASY
iiordon' I I' Wadsuorth .h I WITH REMOVABLE TOP OF 197. 3 88RAINBOW 288
\ .ihoul a hall. .ui 1 1'1' J.UsEi:49: .
long: 'I H( !2ri in f Iht'1-: LOTION OF ALOE
('iiartiT "t theE: (|ii.liter ot
-,.,two !III T7S. K-'l- I t..t i W/COCOA BUTTER ft. 4r
EilA.irtl: .\ Tanner -old 'in 8 Ounce Bottle ROTARY
\\'NKI.' |...", a ml )I'lulinoInut; i I F nr quality otBady1113 : -I.
prnpertv mi Sit 21111) in 'ihe :NWju.irtiT 49 I sh.impoo Q 229W r.: LIGHTER SPRINKLER

( ot the SW FAST AND
section III. TbS UJ.'I.: 1111'i
her II and \nuel.i ;f/ REG 2 99 244 388
\|( l .n" .ell ol I ''liv( .il! ( 'HIM'' .
sold tu Ellwh..lhl.In. ot., TAMPAX CARYL RICHARDS 3 SPEED FAN
Jacksonville, lot 4't\ on I'm",, ) =
Xselllie (in Crystal' I LakeIliumsites BALSAM
lor $4:;"iiin TAMPONS .. SHELL HAND TOOLS : ; .
I' I U lr and! :MeldeeKaniher k Economy 16-01.Instant u.hair TROWEL CULTIVATORTRANSPLANTER
I Pack' ..". ANT & ROACH
Alachua ( nuntv! Super or .'., 5 9 conditioner. ". 'f2488 0 '"tRegular
old I to (harle and! Shirleindom I Limit r '
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about. I 173;; acres on SH Limit 1 ..:: 15'/ OZ YOUR
16 in! the SW quarter ol the sj, : ',1_." SPRAYINSECTICIDE 774 I Ml'. CHOICE .
'quarter' nf. section liT,-*< REG 48 1 '
K2JK:! : lor SPl 1 Will GALAXY 12 INCHCIRCULATOR PEG $1 19 0 r 79c .
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!Kon.ild and : le.m" :
Mary 1 '
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i'\1"\iiim'v,' 1II.ln.Or wild: ,in of,diliiu Alachuai i .mi.it) :REG':: ; l :: FLOOR FAN SHELL NO tpS& '/. IN. X 50 FT. REG i; ,.

( Milford of
Corrine 1l'ayt rnss s FLAVOR HOUSE 4 99

Railroad equipment manu :{ 99 t. '.. KILLS FLIES & .:::wLONG I
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facturing: shipbuilding rubber ':; :. Et :% CASHEW NUTS 1\\'\\ REG 2188 INSIDE MOSQUITOES! 166 ; ooersN I Jl'I| VINYL G388
,iron and steel head the ::.' :. 2499MOOC131S3 REG 1.98 1/1 ,
l 11'51 of I 18 industries fall a fe-
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May 27.1976 TELEGRAPII Pages

BUS Straight ./1 'S ............(From......Page......I.)......................................................I.......................................
education and mysteriousand Dwayne Baldwin, son of Mr. science, civics, algebra I, Wainwright of Starke Irene is Randy Crews, Martin Davey,
far-out stories. and Mrs, Jerald Baldwin of English I and physical studying Spanish I, modern Matt Herres Alicia Jackson'
Five freshmen to earn all Starke. Dwayne is studying education. science,English I, geography Jennifer Jockel, ClarA'Johnson
See The All New A's for the fifth grading period conversational Spanish Donald Wilson, son of Mr, physical education and Glenda Johnson;'
12 WIDE ,MOBILE include: modern science, geography, and Mrs. Donald Wilson of algebra IliFiftyeight Beverly Meng, Harriet:
Todd Ashline son of Mr and English I, algebra II and Hampton Donald is studying other students at Middleton ibin Milner;"
S'JNCREST HOME Mrs.Victor Ashnne of Starke. physical education, algebra I, world cultures BHS to earn all A's and B's Rosie Richardson Danette
HOMES Todd is studying agriculture I I. Julia Chambers, daughterof English I, agriculture I and during the next-to-last Kodrique, Guy Stalnakef'
modern science, geography, Mr and Mrs. Bill Chambersof life science.. grading period are: Laura Kay Thomas Willard<
3 Br
2 Bath algebra I, English I and Starke. Julia is taking Irene Wainwright, daughterof !SIMOUSPatricia : Wade Raymond Whittle,''
Air With Linens, Dishes, physical education. Junior ROTC, modern Mr. and Mrs E.C, Bell, Robert Best, Phillip Johns
Conditioned .. 'i
Pots, Pans, Toaster, JUNIORS Fully Furnished I I 'W",. & 'W". I Lucy Bradley Tina Brown.
Coffee Pot, Knives & Cindy Davis Zedra Hamilton,''
i Construction' WE REBUILD Ruth flaxen, Rubin Hood;
FOR $ 05 Forks Helen Lee, John, Lewis, Lynir'Moxlcy
14 Starters Generators John Samons, Kathy
Test on, Pam Tucker.SOPIIOMORES. '
Per Sq. Ft. We Build Block & '"
& Anything Alternaters ,,'
Brick HomesConcrete Mark Box. Matthew BOil,
;,\\"O" e s__ J .for cars,trucks,heavy equipment,you name it. Terry Carver, Christina-
473 3779Jl For Young Easton Ronda Griffis,
B & M Michelle Gullion Judy.
Hardison, Latonya Johnson:
'-= Finishing Work
; FamiliesJust Valerie Jones, Terry',
.. .: Starter & Generator ,
--" '..--- Mundorf, Elaine Nugent,'...
Chuck Register, Carolyn
John Brown'sMOBUf J 649 North Temple Ave. Holler, Darlene Shirley, '
In Back of Greyhound Bus Station Margaret Smith, Tommy.
CENTER Williams, 1
Operated by Ed Green
ON ROUT 21 Starting KKSIIMKN! : : .:
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PLADaeSe You Can't Beat Our Prices Teena Arnold Sharrr-
: 5 27
4 29 Stchg
Dobbs, Cynthia ,
aaswolnQ .jjl-I-JlII: lJIilJ 11H )" L A1J!' ]'1" r Griffith/
David Harley Carlo.
HIM nandez, Alan Hicks, Linda
Johns, Patricia Mullms. Lori-
Shinn, Pamela StalnakerJ.:.'
Sylvann Williams. ,
REG, '49.--LIMIT TWO ,


Zoning. ,
69 ",
(From Page)

AEI applicant proposed to operate;
TEng a small microfilming business
PACK OF 100, 9IMPAPER 30- QUART in her home ,;'

CHARCOAL REG 39c LIMIT Zoning Director L.l\li>
,j ASSORTED THREE Games announced that a new,

M BRIQUETTES ICE' c% FIRESIDE. FLAVORS 3 PUD pared ordinance requiring will the be deve-pro-),

0 loper to designate specific;
BICENTENNIAL uses for each unit in the cum;"
1 PIATESI'v 10-LB. BAG CHEST >, ))0 mercial portion of the deve,
lopment. Games said the present -,
For safe, easy and fast grilling
COOKIES ordinance ,
f 'ES is too vague ,
1) : '.. Regular.1.29 Limit 1 Bag Sturdy foam chest with vinyl allowing the
,; R.'h', ::::: \ ::: covered rod handle 1 __ place any kind developer of business he to

,=--=-.:,:;;" AMPEX-PAK OF wishes i in the commercial
I'' O'aLW I c 90 MINUTE area of the development .
c C The board's attorney
C announced that eight
89 CASSETTE proposed new ordinances eliminating
249 ambiguities in cer-
68 tain zoning classificationswere

REG 4.99 complete and ready to

REG. L.eTAPES. present mission, to ordinances the County Comi ueie,

r 2.39 3 < developed by the Zoning
1.'l REG. 39c session Board at a recent work

s 25 CT.-9 OZ. Games reminded the boardthat
in its capacity as ('/tin,

.a' ...STATIES. Jfi' : ;, --u_ HOT ft COLD 27,. prehensne bur the county Planning, would Agency have
to have the
a plan ready by

ti TOTf SURF RIDER- FLAG: KIT ,=:::. FOAM CUPS IU71I' deadline' Ik which said would the
: :,
(\ include
3X5 FT COTTON : also the municipalities
f 29! >48 .. ::: ;
"firm FLAG WITH POLE -I(' of Law try Hampton and
SALE! Rubbed "can REG 1 1,37 LARGE ASST' Brooker, would lost $24000'(((
1 VM with ropReg 588 :::;::: WENT
31 7,97 REG' 99 ",;,''i i LADIES and could be spread over the
CHECKERSETBPCa 2 PIECE POLE 5.49 ,::::: budgets in a three-year
Games said lie would soon
CAMPING SET \ t contact! otficials of the City of
SET WALKIE-TALKIE ETC BENNINGTON Stai ko and invite them to join
1 1 with (the
JEWEl. county in a comprehensive :
YOUR CHOICE' FLAG SET :.?, RYRIG" plan in the interest of

.'i" :, saving money The North ,Florida
O 0 I INFLATE'r C7 NYLON WITH 7" ,; Regional Council, who
,i \ 9 99 FLAG POLE i:;; REG SI ,99f'AK will do the county's plan has
(,-;t OF 30 offered to do the city plan for,
1- FOR \ REG69. 12X18) INCH VINYLBENNINGTON REG 39- 28 : 44 QUART an additional $10,000) if done,
1 FLAG : :: jointly with the county. Games'
\ }
ii' III" KITCHENTRASH 9 ,. ,,,.. !said, but the city's plan will
\. I 1 ,.";.'C".;.". cost!t $13,ooo() if done separately
LADIES-2 '" '
STYROFOAM PIECE :.. ';;' lie ....rded. .
ORTHO .,.'.. :e; .,.
SEVIN DUST III I ,; ;;:../ Hull

PROTECTS IT X1 MODEL 'ASSORTED COLORS ':s mitts piumr ::,':\:'.':: (From Page I)
1 57 VEGTS FROM REG J 49 266 REG. 7 99 688't:: Iran J REG 88"j X.7; :' rt'fel'rring to Supt. Richard'
I. : j DISSOLVES HAIR FAST! Jockel and stuff,
REG INSECTS'29 t! 'j!!>' Ciesctnt City High is a,
ol students and
MR. school 850
MEN'S ASSORTED PLUMBER \:,. : ..: grades 7-12 It is a Class 2A:
:; '" .-
GUARD APPROVED SWIM SUITS : school same as Union High, \if);,
| ZEBCO 404 SPIN CAST DRAIN athletics '
::1; :
; : :
VEST : The Crescent ,
City position
when Principal
SWIM CAPS ,' open
SPRING I LOAOtO jNYLONIFE MMlH ; Carl Herring was named
DRAG RtEL & LADIES SWIRL g8 so4a REG. 51.54. LAUNDRY .\ :' :i',. principal I of the new
3 WATERTITE, Ik Ik AND REMOVER .' consolidated high school in
688 ROD 1 ,: :; IVlatka, a. consolidation of:

RIG 8 !9U .549... LIMIT 2 REG S299 W SPRAY 'N I I ;t ;:"Co: !South schools set and for Central this September.High'.

:." Hull began his coaching,
LARGE BEACH WASH ., '., "." career. in 195J-54 at Melbournein
:, ;<: Brevard County. For two

MOTOR OIL t:3TOWELS SHOE SALE! /; \\y years assistant 54-56 to ,Head Hull Coach'was

QUAKER Lennard. Register at Bradford

( STATE ;;; :: :: .. ,..... High School. For the following,
l ASSTD 288 aaaraaalrrra l six) years, 5b-62, he was an
79 m
32 O2 izl DE I : assistant coach at Palatka
REG 98 GAF 13536COLOR High in his home county of
: Putnam
FILM t FLASHBAR In 1962 Hull went with Coach-,
sGALLONMETAL Register as his assistant to,
; STYROFOAMSWIM. Low type tennis shoe in Navy or mM : Bay County High in Panama,
GAS CAN RINGS White Reg 5.99LADIES' REG 49 FDA "USE WITH 179 : City .For the next 11 years heal
| FLASH BAR \\ assistant at Bay High'
WITH POUR I 18 INCH BOAT SHOES999 ,' 2.39 CAMtRAS'TWICE' under Register then head,
166hi SPOUT DIA Low type tenon shoe with> MmTATAMIS coach.lull
RbG 1 99 thicker sole. Reg. 449 ( returned to Bradford
,. '.r County in 1973 as Register'sassistant
REG $119 SANDALS 144 at the middle school;.
the he is now
Thong Type Sandal with nature Sole post leaving.
JJi for man & women .
PLASTIC Wh n you pick up your d w loptKl Hospital. .
f :, + Cat an aatr.wt off prints with wary film and print, buy two roll of/
HOLDER FAMILY ZORRIES rNlefa.ierarblaek.ndwhH.him Kad.eolororbl.ekandwhn.fJme (From Page I)
BEVERAGE a+ r POOL 37 fi dwN fOf>*>d and printod TODAY for tha regular pric of on*.
.. Sizes for the family.Assorted rTU AND EVERYDAY
y E. 'a entire t: \mr JF Wf TODAY AND EVERYOAY and said that negotiationswith
IL I{+ ASSORTED 4/ '"" colon to choose from. the board would soon be
i i in i f iurv\itae "" w" "n M .- i n; i i '. '" > .; undertaken by the Federal
19 gig 6CLAMPON : ii;: :G;; Wage and Hour Commission..
REG 29 SALE ENDS SATURDAY! iil i iillia Baillie said that the original\

OPEN DAILY 9 9 OPEN SUNDAY 10-7 ; 1 / I vacation and sick leave schedule -.
set up in 1973 when the,
CHAIRUMBRELLA | PRICES GOOD ONE FULL WEE It!TJ JiiitSl' V ''ftjfo'ft'f P f TrTS j T** program originated should.

SHAG RAKE MAY 27 thru wed., JUNE 2a'ro6Lwa6., a continue In other action at the

FOR SHAG & HIGH PILE S QG Cl1 fLE II QQQ1.7fpsAr"uuso I administrator monthly board was meeting authorizedto the

spend$6,160 to improve the I

4 REG 144 PLASTIC 297 '831 SOUTH WALNUT slon nurses'speaker call system units.A and complete televUf,

1 99 | J.- REG, 3 97 ST.. STARKEW 'L a Is new under call advisement.and speaker system- -,

The board also approvedbids \
PRICES! for the 1976-77 fiscal 1 year.


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Prospect of War with Spain Had Starke n 6 -s I In County Agents

Jittery in 1898Professor t rit: v Notebook

r .
J.K. Melcher been sitting on a shelf above Guard Unit in the State to Governor Bloxham's orders
director of Starke's Victor his head. The jam had been volunteer for service.In calling them Into camp" and By ,
Cornet Band, had an exciting fermenting and finally the Advocate reported "The t
experience one warm bursted the jar. fact, the Advocate Company now has more men +f
Saturday afternoon in the reported in the same issue: than they have ever had
spring of 1898. The professor says he "The Bradford County Guards before and will probably go in Taylor* .

thought the Spaniards had were out in full force Sunday to camp 75 strong. The boys }i h _
It seems the professor was opened fire on him with a morning and indulged in a are drilling regularly twice a

lying on a lounge enjoying a howl tzer. skirmish drill on baseball week and almost every

delightful afternoon nap when This was one of life's little grounds. Amid shouts and evening they have target Excessive ram has not
suddenly awakened from his problems as told in the April cheers the boys charged on an practice. helped I the situation of our

slumbers by the noise of a 29, 181)3!) issue of "The Florida imaginary foe of Spaniards local vegetable/ growers Hum:
"terrific explosion. The across the grounds and into everyone was gettingIn has delayed some cucumber
professor said that glass fell Weekly Advocate of a the swamp in back of the to the act, from high school harvest and has resulted in;'
like rain around him. He was newspaper contemporary age to senior citizens.
The Telegraph published in grounds. poor grade or packs fur those
startled and immediately \\hoel.t! able to pick'their
Starke for several The Guards had
jumped up from the lounge. years near just "Starke is getting patrioticWe cukes.
the turn of the century, received 14 new guns and a lot hear that the ybung men of

When he got on his feet It was a jittery period in of ammunition and "the boys Bradford County High Schoolare )Poor gradet. are even worse
again, he felt something cold Starke's history War with will soon be in fighting trim," organizing a military ,, ?" on our present low market

trickling/ down his neck and Spain was expected to break the Advocate reported. "Theyare company and will commence prices for vegetables. One
placed his hand back there to out momentarily and the enlisting new men in their drilling soon. Let the good pack-out slip 1 saw showed the
see what the matter was. Bradford County Guards were ranks; about 15 or 20 have work go on," the Advocate /liiyom I Mildred Midge) Cllisson of Slt-2ttt:?: east of Starke. claims to grower had (>oo bushels of

When he looked at his hand it sitting on ready expecting to lately joined"Early urged. !K' the champ female tomato grower In Bradford County und cucumbers that averaged! ) less

was red--but not with blood. It be called up for duty at any in May the Guards TontntiH's ? slakes her claim on this spread of fine specimens pick.", from than $1 per bushel It* the
was straw berry jam that had time. Thev had been the first were still "anxiously waiting And the patriotic spirit .for one row of her vegetable garden east of Starke. When asked for grower. l.iO: bushels of these
spread to the older men in the secret of her success: :Mrs lUisson! smiles and says were graded "super'and

town. Many of those 45 and "Chicken fertilityr." brought $2 per" bushel. 24(1(

over organized a "Home bushels: graded "select'' and
Guard" of their own for the brought $ 75: per bushel; The

EDITORIALS purpose of "preserving the oilier 210 bushels averaged):
public peace to suppress LETTERS about 50( cents per bushel. Thisreturn
insurrection and riots, and to ould nut pay the picking -
repel invasion." It was understood and harvesting, bill.

however, that the Education /s nJ"J trttraiii
company would not be < $ If there wenAll;; cucumbers

required to serve beyond the in a bushel: they would :average
Nature Can Still Do It BetterFlorida
limits of Bradford County Dear Editor four, cents to the grower
: lack ol buildings and facilities I suggest a citi/ens-student-
without consent of for th'super at $2 per bushel
a majority
of members. They planned to II is true that people in education interior libraries !lack of school administration. The selects would be iilxiut 13 I ;

has been likened to a bottle year, the speaker said. The value of apply lor arms and are asking bur audio-visual equipment and committee t be selectedpromptly. cents each and I the others:
lack of
also nullified and I Include two of Ihl'IX'lot
ammunition when a sufficient increased funding bur very would he a penny Costs: ol
natural be ascertainedby
from the bottom with purification can
slowly filling trained
number had enlisted. selfish reasons. But let's look effectively support representatives boil, law transportation and marketing
people advancing northward as. the computing the cost of doing the job at these reasons. Salaries, people to work with I them enforcement sheriffs office would he almost t the same Inc'

State fills up. That trend is becomingmore mechanically he added. And thl'reas another "war )yes admittedly I think it is Teacher aides are given and police chiefs' office In each bushel: of cukesIf
scare" about that time, as :short! we have a community
humiliating for member ol
evident with each passing as a a
little und sometimes
year It isn't wise to destroy nature's free reported in The Advocate: profession to 11.1to stand inline virtuallyno concern sti let's let the whole this cost was $2 l por bushel: '
Florida continues to growin populationat training fur their positions:
community set about trying to the consumers price should IK'
Professor Merritt warned. De- for food becausehe
a pace equaled by few states. help, THOUGHT TiK: \V.\K' cannot make stamps a decent salary 1- vet they are expected to pop bring/ order with lairnc-ss The cents\ for the super.! !5 :5 cl'nlsIIII'
struction of natural and marsh-
in and out of the classiooms
swamps STARTKI! tense
not thL'1.ll''I. and
at his ( is to anyone it : L A cents torthe
The question ariseswhere will we lands, such as our own Santa Fe Swamp C'mday :Ine employees at the I have working contended; prolession.I and will maintaining discipline and is costly for 1 lu.xpavtrs.: anat other l'ukl'lo.I:
put all the people? What effect will the is folly. Such areas should be saved for F.C. % P. depot received quitea ( always du so. that no career currying on just as teachersWhere if theywere front to most 1 of tin' HI IS :students net 1'1'L'l' this much

masses have in over-populated areas? use as nature intended. New land developments shock: to t their nerves teacher goes' into the piolcs- experienced are we coming Irom ( who are/ not criminals, price. :spread in the market
and subdivisions should be occasioned by the head sion because of the salary and a sign of failure bur/ par
the St.
Already teeming Petersburg- blowing out of a barrel and where are we going"Otte cuts and l school ad mum/ Ira II ciK'HinlxTH wale bringing

Clearwater-Tampa area has consumedso placed in areas which won't disturb or which was stored syrup in the TIlL'n.hal are I the other children are nut getting lion uttieials.I $. to Si H per bushel: this price

much fresh water that salt water has will least disturb the natural drainage, warehouse.At reasons'? There are some .''HH'' the education, they need lor IoPI..uilIuld. be even greater."

intruded into wells in that area forcingthe Merritt said. of them the students ol our the 70's 11'1l'an' I hi'hlllld I expect that. our :system\ of This example til marketingand
the time of the explosion schools The course tarings dreams fur the /Ku's' :My own justice: is capable I ol beingactivated. substantiates the
of fresh water from Pasco : prices :
from natural environmental Mr. Green was reading the 1 have faith thai
help have been wewill
cut so badlthat children 10.1tt) III" ":\ III1I. I remarks' I made in this!
County. systems that scrub the air prevent erosion Cuban'bought war news and he our college bound studentscan don't want to /grow up When do something that is not column last: week I mentioned

and purify and preserve the water some infernal hardly get( the ('UUI'Iot'SnL'cessal'Y I ask: "Why not 'I'hey say ICK.hII'I: that a lot of produce
Some day not too far in the future machine had torn loose in the lor ) them
those overpopulated areas and others lowers the cost of all energy needed to warehouse and immediately for to preparethemseles college things like "the world is going I PartnerManagerHr.ulloid, : designated 1 low quality| \1 ithlull'
to 1)[' so polluted there won'tI t prices to the grower" Li u I/-
be Bradford and other carry out these functions and free helpcan went to investigate the L'nlralll't10111: of these ,, C1lLIge'Ipts.)(
to \ students I- lixxl
may turning enough)( 01'all'r., the wally winds( up in (the market, ,
North Florida counties for their water and must be utilized to cut the need really get then ediica- il/ullelayel is: vanishing, there a competitive pi tecs: with good

supply. The evidence is at hand. Brad for costly and sophisticated man-made found about 35 gallons of ion on their own t boughresearch : won't lie. enough" room fur all Summer I. 1111.. IIPI'U'UIII quality produce This is: a vii y
systems Merritt said. old Florida Favorite and independent) the' people! unt.iir, situation fur our
ford of Suwannee River
now a part
study chick is :sell motivated.These i.
circulating about the floor. St tClIJU grow em's.
Water :Management District headquartered lire.. the kids who learn l'hihh en should be getting ;
It is a lesson that can well be applied The syrup however, found a
all oh.slaclcs an education( I that will give Other crops 'except
despite /
at White Springsan agency place to and Economic: Agency
today in Bradford County with our escape soon
them onlidcnee their ability tobacco and pastilles aiemiking
will be the'
that now monitors all wells being drilledin water-wasteful system of drainage. where poured several itself on the ground, But what happ"lIs111l'1I the and I I ihallenge their, imagination Summer Food Lunch "Program ( / good' '1 111l'-a' ti 1 tips can( I

the area, and requires a permit before Valuable recharge ponds and swampsare sweet time cows had it. a student gels to l'oll'gL'lhl'l'e / to di earn' dreams that lor children/ again/ this :stand and. use: !more water this

drilling starts. being drained. Ditches are dug to consuming (hey hoc e to compete tv ith stu will solve these prulJl'IIIlIId: year. time of year than vegetables.We .
dentsh II.Ihad the advantages them need livestock feed
<> motivate to continue to good: i
So it was with interest that we lis- drain water away from homes that of auhd: educational strive to) make this a better Funded through the t.S clops' to help out our cattlemen ro:

tened intently when Harry Merritt of should not have been built in floodproneareas .. background' Their world in which to live.'Ihere Department ol A i'iculluu-. cud' have had almost(

the University of Florida's School of in the first place. (D!JE'im( ( JwJITflliJUf ability, may he the same but was a time when our the program will begin Jute!\ 7 thiee \e.irs ot hard limes
our students fur instance: and continue through August God. pasture. and grating
Agriculture spoke Saturday to some 200 Instead of drainage being the only have had no laboratory town placed a I great.t emphasis: Hi. IU7I1. Lunches will he along with :sonii improvement
the kind school
on it
members of the Florida Press Association answer, Bradford County planners experiences'' in chemistry had and took system pride, in served I to > lung people ::110 i IH/ in, the cattle muikrts is: bringing
and the Florida Society of Newspaper 0 i The dll'lIl1sll'l.1b' lias no great years of ag'. It p'OIIll'/ nutritionally .1 sigh of relict to a I lot olI
should (and are) thinking of other solutions sending (Hit ( h lInll.'r) of Commerce
exhaust thus (the can't balanced free
: mealsto I oiksK.ven
Editors at a press convention inSt. We could begin by keeping valuable Williams. llaatVeterans experiment And even: it the messages tar. and wideto needy children/ regardless):
Augustine. !Serb ice xitcnlial[ industry concerning : though pasturetattle -.
/ Ul fict-r
water in our ponds and swamps l'xhaut1l'l'e: installed lunds 1I11''l'L'\'olur. or national origin
)( t the gotxl schools'' we h.ul. conditions and cattleprices
Florida must preserve its wetlands which are natural recharge areas for the were l'ulu: drastically thisyear \\ h.11 has happened ID kill this : are better manage:
fur instructlonal: :suppliesth.it
the newsmen were told. There is plentyof acquifer. the chemicals pride?? Are we no longer proud All 1 persons of Bradford. nienl t is: :still verv. important
Many veterans who servedin necessaytor "I l our ? Has !theero
room for more people IF they are put As it is now, water from as far east as the Armed Forces between' experimentation couldn'tIx. Population I movement/ ( killed County: in.interested,y phono in this!nu,+-.hH\I program Itemovc( all bulls IrnM

in the right placesmeaning if they are the Clay County line drains through January 31. 1955: : and :May 31. provided the > ,110do lillS yousuppose the kind of (feelings IIUI/ I lore :Neighborhood. Service Center bleeding): pa.-lun-s. sell ill i[]
: kid from
placed where they won't further disturb Starke into Alligator Creek and on to 1966 will reach their educational IoI
wetland areas through which nature the Gulf of Mexico. No effort is made to 31, 1976.delimiting date on :May County kid in ctii-iiustiy' :-) :? :Monday through "FridayPl.ANMMil last.: years! i placement het
feis. castrate and dehorncalves
naturally replenishes the State's water retain this valuable water in holding :
For II are/ concerned/ almut
those ol )01. who look you vaccinate! calves 'lot
supply. ponds or reservoirs. Water that could be These for veterans will not Ineligible i-hennslry in the ':n's;( when I Ivus the "Cjiiality" education,, ; Ill111Slllrll11'27'('II. blackleg lad malignant

stored in such a manner will become educational assistance at III IS. you can readily your child l is ):t'lllllgll111/ this : : : edema( keep mill uu'ul INIM-H'
The forces of nature surface from the \'el'ransAdministrallon !
purify more and more important in the future. see that we hil\l'n'' "come along case not getting, contact. our The full observe tattle Inc" udt'C'Iwo
monthly of the
water and replenish the fresh water .'. Tin- Honor
e're representative
way baby right ) board parasite infectionpi.ij-
ol directors of Vmth
supply in the Floridan Acquifer free of Careless use of natural support systems Those continue veterans their who educational wish to hack where we stalled t rom ,,1111'an" Williams, I House,, : Central( Florida Kcgional, or piovide\ dust: bags: or" h.uk !

charge! Profl'ssorIcrritt[ : pointed out in has gone on long enough. We are pursuits beyond the delimiting The only exception: 1.11'11I10th.lt\ ot I lice Bldg Tallahassee.: the Kl Planning (Council will hi' held' lubbers' fur horn and l late lly .
wedo have beautiful ::1J,104 or our Senator control!, anil
contrasting the natural processes as not yet faced with the serious problemsthat date should be aware of alter- (. The a spccilicatuuis sciencehinlduig. Honorable Bob Snumlers., Sea at the
opposed: to expensive water treatment "The Big Mouse" has created for nate sources of educational were unfortunately not drawnup ale I oil! ice Illdg., Tallahassee.Kl Lake Kestaurunt in / pastures : J

plants required to treat the waste of the Orlando area, but it is not too soon to assistance available to them. by soml'onl'hll understood 1 ::12iII4: > These: two gentlemen City t tITsun4ap8tt tR tt

oil if s. Cities could purify their own start planning in order to prevent such The Office of Education, chemistry labs The seem !to think that the people .tj j

waste water for drinking, but that would problems In the future. Nature can aid Department of Health Education frustrated chemistry teacher! in Kradlord County are
has delighted i and complacent/
and Welfare (IIIEW'provides : I received no exhaust. s.vstern -
mean utility bills of $:>.000 or $6,000 per and if will let it. ol
us, save us money we various Grants and and no promise: l''l'n'uf about the conditions: IIUI-

Loans which may be avail- lunds tor chemicals this year schools: :Mr. Williams
able. These include: BasIc nor for the next??" (Just one inlormcil I the entire House: titHepresenlatives

Educational: t example IIII i in a speech M
Must Conserve Opportunity
I EnergyThe Grants the Guaranteed Student :Monday :\t.lH.: l)7C!) ;. that !the I I'j
Loan Program und ( course the college bound only pe'opletliat had contacted

Direct Student Loans. student represents only 15 1; to him regarding: their concern

only hope for He warned that the U.S. will be 20 percent of our students. for inadequate funding fur the '
combatting high .
about those ludl'lIlshu
Assistance may he available what :- schools: his district were the ,.
electricity bills and dwindling supplies in independent in producing its own fossil through the Comprehensive want their education to prepare teachers.I .

the near future is through the fuels in the near future, and can look Employment TrainingAct them for !some occupation 1
conservation of energy. This is the forward to greatly increased prices of (CETAl, of the Department that 1 t they may enter upon I would like to ask: of :MrWilliams. ..'
of Labor.In graduation! Irom high school' "Who could .f (
warning sounded by Al Worden, Apollo any fuels that can be converted to Ask the seniors how prepared possibly better know! "

13 I local !governments/; special I \\orld' Gladys; B.'Thomas
energy systems management! program ?! our Career Education
"Energy conservation is our only interests !groups/; and individuals Concerned citiicn. teacher
Northwood: ; Institute Michigan.: program has so many
hope, Worden said adding that thereare provide assistance to "lacks mother and life-long residentof

known ways to reduce the peak people attending school. Braillord County.OPPOM.SKKNCK.

Worden said he developed a concern energy demand in public and commercial Veteran students should SUI'l"I'(' still offering( 1 t
t shorthand
for the dwindling supply of natural buildings as much as 30 per cent without contact their Financial Aid typing just! t a'llll I the and no's.bookkeeping Butwhat ( !' : : 1Iw.u
resources while looking down at the affecting the comfort of occupants. Officer for additional infor new and exciting! KOK.sCIIOOI.

earth from outer space "realizing how Americans are so used to having all they mation. : are we offering( How programs ) Editor: I :May 23. l<))7iiDear ; '"iII' L iile"I"r. .
small it is, and wondering why we want of everything that they are Loan (:10...'. lire w e preparing our !studentsto
compete in the Congratulations
should use its resources and reluctant to woiking on
up conserve, even when told
world of the 70's?? speaking out against the l'rL'ChUll
environment. that the world's oil reserves will be Opt'IHI Mt1 I 2.1 of a fence on the grounds
Look around ut the that
exhausted by the year 2035. ol Bradford County School to
Short term loans of beds, are available to them in Brad-

The former astronaut believes the "By cycling the heating and cooling walkers bedpans wheelchairs ford County. Ask the people keep olhl'rsho the students are separatedfrom not students t t .,

OPEC nations will increase oil prices systems on and off on a time scale it is and other health equip- who try to employ them ifthey're w ho are considered to bea
another 30 cent possible to reduce demand 30 ment will be available throughthe ready to go to work bad IlIlhll'IIlon line
per very soon and peak by hire our
Public Health :Nurse; when they them or do
warns that nuclear power is no longer per cent," Worden said. But in spite of Advisory Council Loan Closet they h.lto give: them' uu-the- young people ranted thereis

considered an answer to diminishing oil this fact, Americans continue wasting beginning !May 24. ,job training' For example trying a problem to solve, I am it by opposed spending to FI'A Service Award

supplies because "safety and energy, having their homes and officestoo The loan closet will be open how can you expect business $7.000' lor a fL'nteI will
environmental requirements have hot in the winter, and too cold in the Mondays 3305.30: p m. and students to use decUtc: I typewriters. not really do much. Eugene L :Matthews/ Press! Association! : in

doubled and tripled costs of in tremendouswaste Thursdays 2.4 p.m. at the old calculators bookkeeping lormer editor and publisher tit Gainesville' during his two-
building summer, resulting a
a I
courthouse for Bradford machines electronic suggest: t we' apply to the the' Bradford l'ounty year term as: president ofho.Association ,(
nuclear power plant. of energy. County residents onlySFCCHijiitralion cash registers or any of the situation dll the force of the Telegraph for more than411 in r.KiO-51.:; lie was

latest kinds of business' law that we now have to keep yours, was among( 12 daily and also. cited as "a conscientious
machines without some kind students on the school grounds: weekly
newspapermenreceiung and! dedicated editorial
of experiences related to and others that don't\ have any the first Honda writer and a '
BRADFORD them. business tlieie away Irom the Press Association newspaperman1w
Set school groundsI've Distinguished I devoted much of his adult
CDUN June 3 AtlillS / Service Awards
People learn easier and lor !their contributions to lite to community service and
better by doing We call this had a few problems publishing industry.The the' community building!/; through
Registration for courses type of learning "hands on" with some students and others the columns of his
offered in Starke for the learning who are trouble-makers that presentation was matte newspaper: "
Summer Term 1976 by Santa' aren't students at BUS: but say at the Saturday night banquet' ,
Parents and concerned l citizens :Matthews became editor
1579Zrtgrap Fe closing the annual
Community College is set they are students who were spring
these two illustrations publisher tit The9clegruph
convention of the
next kicked
Thursday June, from 6- out of BUS and now
8 pm. at Bradford High are cited simply to point out alll.'nd'olel'h' I own Press! Association in St deter graduating(
Irom Columbia, '
of real obstacles
School. examples : property across: from the Augustine UniversitySchool

Schedule adjustments will which Bradford the classioom teachersin school grounds dud pay a :Matthews'award was of Journalism, lu I9J2

TELKORAPII Page 13 be made June 24 from 6-8 lack of County must' face pretty good tax bill each year, presented for his work in and continued m this capacity
Classes begin June p.m. daily equipment, and I lam not in favor of spending establishing:! the first state until his semi retirement in
24. of supplies too few textbooks, my tax dollars on a fence (central office( of the Florida 197:1:


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If: Compete' In Horse Frolics HereOverall

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high point trophy of 12anda half hours of competitive and Spur and Alan West of the !Most Riders plaque for entering Sandy Thomas, rode in he(
the First Annual Horse Frolicof riding in which 216 con- Sundowners from Jackson- 47 members.The Toddler group. The Kite
the Bradford Roping Club testants from 11 counties ville. most competitive fam- family enters most of the
f Florida Field Friday went Carla Carlyon, a Jacksonville raced against time in a muddy Tiffanie Hagan of Rainbow ily of the day was the Sonny larger horse frolics in North
powder-puff rider arena Saturday.Of Riders from Jacksonville took Kite family of the Bit and Spur Florida and Southern Geor) -
I:' who earned 28 of 30 points in 53 riders in the Open the high/; point trophy in the Club Sonny earned l 26 points, gia.
$'I' Spring /grid; practice will cli- guard Isaac ('urn mings, 175: : U' Marty Russell LG! winning three first place Game competition, six riders toddler class with 21 points. taking the Class High Point Head chef of the day,
max tomorrow night (Friday weak tackle Hobby Smith Kenneth Cruger. ItT Dennis trophies and two second took home trophies; 1)) Kathy She won a first, a second, a trophy with two firsts, two Charles Sapp, turned over
. 211) with the annual foot 211">, split end Stanley Brown HII I Keith Carter places in the all-day May 22 Kite of the Bit and Spur Club third and two fourth place seconds and a third place many 11 burger in Ihe day's
I Mar I jamboree slated at ti p,in. Williams, pro mun Allan Norman : strong linebacker Jimmy event. of Jacksonville; 2) Toni Kau- trophies for her day's riding trophy. A married daughter events.
on Florida Field in Gaines! Jill): quarlerhackJiinmy Clark, weak side linebacker The Bradford Frolic, lerson of Bit and Spur; 3) efforts. !Mrs. Jane Thomas, rode in the The Bradford Hoping Club
ville. 1'rcvalt. fullback Jimmy Lee Casey monster man hosting the Northeast Florida Roscoe Seay of Bradford Rhonda Hmson, daughter of Ladies' group. Kathy Kite won sponsors competition each
" The Tornadoes of Bradford Clark, 2.15:)' : and running back Charles Revel corncrback Saddle Club Association, was Roping Club; 4)) Martha !Mr. and Mrs Wayne l Hmson of the Girls' High Point trophy of Saturdav night at the Staike
I' High/; will play Santa Fc High Andrew Carter JIll!. Kenny Avcox) and safeties drizzles Pringle of Bradford Hoping Keystone took top honors in 3i(; riders in her class. A new arena on north HS-ill: !) In'Mincl
t in the third period and Gainesville Defense,: LK Jay Godwin, Franklin Bell and Erie Biggs. and downpours for most of the Club; 5) Ann Mangus of Bit the Pony Class by breaking a family rider, three-year-old the Highway Patrol I Station.
High in the fourth. There 24-point t tie with Lynette Pros-
_.. .....
.. '-1JPF.-T. -'-' -
I' will be !live quarters of regulation If colt of Jacksonville
play under game conditions S Junior Boy high pointer
with referees. Skeeter Jones of Baker
Teams participating' are County accumulated l19 pointsin
Bradford High. Santa Fe, the day's competition.
Gainesville High/; Buehholz Small Fry high point trophy
High and Kastside High both I .. went to Enos Ward of the
. of Gainesville. Each team will 1a Nassau Rebels with 17 points
" play two quarters of football. ir and second place in this category -
t, Santa Fe High had a successful ,t i al wfr' went to Philip Hmson of
' football season last the Bradford Hoping/ Club.
' year but lost quite a few good r ? Roscoe Seay of the Bradlord r rr
players. But Tornado (Head s r7tr .a wS Club took runner-up honors in
Coach David nurse says he the Jack Benny class and 1976 m.a
understands the Raiders have president of the Northeast:
t Florida. Suddle Club Association
.1 fine young l ball club.
.. Gainesville High is said to 4p +rI1.y :( I lay wood Mathis. won in '
have coming up one of their l the Senior Class with 17 '
,. Imest teams in years Coach I points F ,
Hurse says. Individuals took home 280 ". "J :s:+"
"Our philosophy on this is trophies' during the day and j
,t \\eant to reward every the Bit and Spur Club earned a L'1' -,'
t participant in spring practice, : .
1, says by letting them play. Hurse Youngsters 7-14

J "I 1 hope we can win in thejamboree
but that is not ;AM- nilht
' paramount.." The players + clp i Being ScreenedForDny Overall high point winner of the first Bradford Horse! Kri.ln
", need to finish up spring practice Carla Carlyon. right, accepts a trophy from Itrailforil Hoping
knowing they've had an I t Club queen, Debbie Scarbary,
opportunity, (the coach points
'vI Camp
"We won't play to1 in or M.,7, .., n"--- -/11I. -"IIf'/ _...... U.
loseC'; care but we won't
,: sll'essimung.." Students nth'ndillth4'/ Special Olympics banquet at :Mc-Dnffip. f)1''ryIorrls.: Joseph Rich Terry Thompson Ilar- oimgslcTH I mon"! Tenuities Irom I'radlordand c' 7 II' -
Tentative starting lines up :M.ul>on.ilcrs 'last Frielay.hl: >' 2t, !show award certificates anil clout Underhill Hobby \\ Itllams, Charles' Woods. Joe \Vnoils. are now Iwinl1I''llI'd lorijinel ,
lor the Tornadoes 111 lx: patches earned for participation in -llI'du'c'ehu'lItiun! sports Willie I Bright :Mary lIul'tonIrlissa: Corbitt. Kim Kruger, Judy\ 'IhundiT Day to '
I"f'nTItht! : /; end Steve They are Eddie Aldrldgr. Hoy Bailey( Terry Bramble Gary; Klimire. Kuby Klmore.: I.a'ernlcUuffll': Cathy Perry ;Michele lie<< held Tune 211:! -Jiilv'amp:ill unLake
Earnest Ifl3.: ; strong tackle C'arter. Steve Ih' nl'. Kterett: Fra/ier.' Ronnie .'rail'r.III4'l't Tyson, Esther! \\ ill III m I ( I Kmrriild.: < northwest nfKevtow
Charles Realties.! 210.: strong
: I (eights
guard Waiscl.lockel.limes 111:1leak: IKI 1 Norman's Farm To In Gainesville!
center Jeff : PlayNorman's TourneyNorman's Swimming. water -.purl-!
field trips, talent show and
in Is:and ei jilts are some ul l I the
'J Photo alhnins. flip file 'IlE; farm ladies champs ot that invitational Farm. soltball Fastener Colts from !Mobile. activ'Hies planned' ( (duals ol
OKIIdMIOIM'h.'Mil57" : ; I l.iff l. Softball team will travel to tournament lIf'ginninplay/ at tl'amon the 1 lirst annual. Ala., and :\1.1,F From New lie( (juiel 'Ihunilci l nt:.iamp
Gainesville! this weekend to I R a in Saturday. at, WcMside! Powder Puff Invitational Orleans in the tournament. include' returning to I the com
defend their title a> W. Park Tournament May 212in: Bra- The: local ladies took losses to irumity voting people' more, r
r demon which will he the silL> the Rookies from Panama skilled in making/ the right
.I of the state tournament later City and Suburban Realty decisions! more apt' al! making
this year from Pensacola last year's positive contribution' to their,
Knroute: to the victory !Norman's : state champions homes, schools and neighbor
Farm beat the Barnctt hnocls. and more alile to make
Toyota t team from Sarasota0 :a.I Hosting a local tournament and maintain friendship:
I the Zanderettes of Apopka Norman's Farm finished a
12-0. and the Chicklcts from strong second place in the Anyone interested! in ('onll'l.hutllig
I Sarasota 3-2 !Norman's; ladies Woman's Pro-Season Invitational should contact t the
, matches with the Chicklcts Tournament here April Bradford Union duidance
I Sunday afternoon in an II-1 30-May) 2, falling the Rebels of Clinic or iJr John (Child'-, toordm.itor Kliiimld Ilinson of the Bradford Roping/( Club, right( acceptsthe !
tournament victory Jacksonville last year's num- IIf the childrcnv: J'on>' Class high point trophy from club queen Debbie Scar-
Sandra Norman' sponsor of ber two team in the nation.Norman's program ill !lIiHtlll! :! bary at the first Bradford Horse Frolics.
the team with her husband,
L.M.. took home the individual won its first four
r I honors of the tournament !games( of the tournament by Hasty Green Softballers
'" winning trophies for the"Most defeating the Gatorettes of
Hours Jacksonville 7-2, Cat Realty of
: I : Hits" and "Most Valuable -

o' 10-7 Mon Fri Sat 10-5 I Norman's(Player."Farm finished the Palatka Heb'ls1.2.of 6-3 Gainesville Marketing. 190 enterprises and Headed For Lake City Tourney

with a 3-2 record in an invitational ,
tournament in Prnsa- The Rebels emerged from
\, 1-5 cola the weekend of Slav: 1 13.111.!( the losers' bracket by defeating Hasty Green Men's Softball previous invitational tournaments the leading batter lo both contests -
placing fourth ot 17 teams Norman's Farm 15-3 and team will travel to Lake City Fcrnandma! and the team could not pull I
j Norman's beat the Scorpionsfrom 4.1 to take the tournament this weekend to try to build Waldi out of the losers' bracket.
Milton the Southern' championship. bark up alter defeats in two Although llastv Green had llasly Green won two and

i --- lost two in. the- Fernjndmu. Invitational -
May H-ltt. which
'k1 tested 16 teams. Leading
) I llllJJ batter for the tournament was
1 'n"i ni'1 Danny McKinney of/ HG. witha
.714 average for the four
Check This IIG started! strong in the
Gifts For Grad
,\ Any tourney winning over Hughes
Stone of Fcrnamiinj 22-5 and
1973 24x60 3 Br 2 Bath 6995 \\aldo9-8ina2.-l5a: : m game.
The team then slouched in 8
Furnished De|. & Set
am. competition with !Main
Hi Street Radiator of Jacksonville -

t tI dropping a 15-S decision.
I lOx50r (1 Final blow to the HG hopeswas
110 a 16-15 loss to the SeaHorses
1973 1
4 of Fernandma.
, I Used W Call St The 964.5764 Although HG again/ had the
t leading hitter in the Waldo Invitational -
II 12 x TO r Claudell Khoden

Good with a mill( average, the team
I, 2 Bath, committed! 11 errors in the
final losers' bracket game to
' Officeshopill
ii 3 Br.425O. Condo i limsh behind 1 lance Construction
of Jacksonville 1817. HG
won the !lirsl two battles of the
I( 51995 national, beating' Gainesville
Of Businessmen 8-7 and
Fine Line
Vi'j I lance 17-9. but hit the loser's
bracket with a 17.9 loss to
Casa De Cor of Ocala.
Eaton Thank You Notes Home runs were hit in the
2 Repossessed For Only Stationery \\aldo Invitational by leading

latter Clauvlell HluxJcn. Terry

5% Down Cross Pen & Pencils if lnoll's.ndy Harmon Bill
n :Malone! and Wesley Sheffield.
GONE FISHING .1 Hustv now has two tourna-
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(209.64 (... .0 (10.81, (3.19 (230.IO OF 5" '" O SCI/4 ft E 1/2 CF NEI/4 OP SEI/4 OP 5FI/4 -- .------ -.. -. -- ---- --- LOTS 13. ,14 BLK 29 IN PEEKS ADO
------------------------ DCSC 0" 103-232 69 22 2511 *** 8I.81 12.42 IX.SS 493.32
----------------------------- --- 21 0230-08 !.
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177.6 TO E ../. OP N. ". OF SEI/4 EX NE COR 75 E t K BY. AOO TO TCKN OF STIPS!. OR Ill-ll
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POB ft E< PAH IN NK COO OCSC OR 66-320 ft e. OR 80-24-2S -- .11.t51 -_.--.1..6--------___*.l'.0.l.lr.Vl. .66.,.. LOT S OP BLK 3 IN GAHAGAN S/O "a"i-t -------- -J 03JO-09-

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21 69 21 0 ""-00, 00 ."" O068-06 1976.20 ...,9 '.u.es$2.33' 247.I9 --'---
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KOQOLAMN I/O ____ __ ____ .
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---- 11 Ol 36-0
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LOT 6 OP CHURCM-PP.NTBCOSTM. OF FIRST BORN 79 it 491B 33.0O 0407-94 FLORENCE MAE LEE, single family dwell 10.100; docks totaled -tf

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___--sst.h___ **__ ...,. 92.99. 999. >..1 Nev. e OP RO IOO E* uoR /. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION WifeRespondent.. $4,500 and hit
12 "" ---------- 197-160 accounted for more than half ; one poultry house
99 22 4297 0100.11 9293.77' Q.01f..61 ..J.I0710.0.. FOR of the $5.200. \\8t
. .. ?"OwN 'JESltf .EWHiff2" RT 31 EOx'7' ------- ------------------------- --------- TAX DEED NOTICE OF SUIT county's construction

NAGS, N LrtNa 0r NCCA N i1N.a or E Or Nrr NrrNuLSeagr 101 ...0. .Y CMANeeRl. r sr Isis 22 4944 9RITM-OOIOO KIRBV BHI JR PO BOX :1012 ia 0409-01 NO PROPERTY dollars in May, Director L.M. Permit fees totaled $1,192 in *:3:

-! .3..1' ....0 .3. ,,, .1.31.M CON N* cow NEI/4 OP .1E1'.& TO ./* 9R IOO.9ELV ALONO R/. 679OR NOTICE IS HEREBY Gaines told the County Zoning
------------------------------------ POB.CONT 9ELV ALONG .>/. 312*.. TO *LY BNDRV NEI/4 OP GIVEN, Board May to date. 130 building
M 99 22 4109 03..0.CO" 9BIS4.N TO PT II OP POB. THEN E TO Poe :hat Steve Bires & Warren TO: FLORENCE MAE LEE Tuesday night. Eighteen inspections have been made
.LO" PT 7 SOli :11 OR 129-169 new mobile home ta
A' W cow O' Nrv9 c..e" L RuN r twrt .CIA Aroe. THEN 394.63 910.94 94.39 Hunnicut, Jr the holder of the address unknown permits so far this month.
RuN o IoerT r tlorr, 10 10.. e IIO.T to roe _____.! !!! !!.- ----______-!!! !!__. following accounted for the next highest Jf
RP.en-e.e certificates has filed .
:eil aoioeM
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..'3..6 .11.., ....0. ...T9 .....7 1 19 79 22 NOOHEHEAO LEONARD E ft LOLA said certificates for a tax deed to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED figure $75,6(10( Gaines said. -------------

;a----3 ;-----------------------" --- COM AT ft* COR OF El/2 OF HII"/. OP 91/4 E 210 N till POM that an action for dissolution of Total May construction to Washington
oasvloCON PDa Nelp E 1.0' S 161* r warn POB OR 114-131 be issued thereon. The date The American '*
CHANDLER CLIFFORD Ban (63 ..P. 474 ft 47! marriage has been filed against was $415,750, consideredan farmer uses only about
T t[ O: 3e1N 0 RUN leOrT POA Aroe THEN 61.29 fl .e1 93.16 93.79 TO.O4 certificate numbers and years of month.Miscellaneous 5 s.
RUN N 103RT t10RT O. you and you are required to average of
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____seoee !*.**__ ..... 93.19 9 IOO.II IB 79 22 497I-OOIO9 "oJToOoTHAROENBROCK description serve a copy of your written additions, gasoline and oil National
-- ----" ----------- JUDITH STAR RT property, and the names in ,
12 99 22 43l7-0o7oo" oleo-as COM S* COR OF &1'. OF NKI/4 OP Sl/4 SO9 C 439 FOR POB CONT which defenses, if any to It on J. J. repairs, etc accounted for Geographic says. But twice as .'

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lov7 !: :!! _. !! Certificate No. 62 Year of processing, distributing
_ S..I *' 939.19 ---- ---- "- ------- ; ,
_____ J2! Baas ling job added another
es -- ---- ------ --_---- .. .7.7777laieise ..50 o1u1iALL Attorneys for Petitioner, whose and marketing.
32 22 Issuance 1974.Description fie
A317-OO90O ;;- r TRACET M ft slur PO 9OX 267 address Is 142 West Call Street
LOT .ff'r.S'-tMS: ** *" OR THE TRIANGLE PARC OP LAND LYING BTTIEEN 9CL ft OSftP of Property: W54 ,
OF ,N CITV OP THI Y DP aa9P RA P.O. Box 1086 Starke Florida
." t.34 .. of Lots 1 ft 2 BLK 17 Ex N 6' BW'h ASPHALT SEALINGCHEVRON s
._____!JJ ______ .30 92.99 9SO.90 Oil 129-301 32091 and file the with
"--" ------------------- 99.76 91.79 93.93 ."'5 swan ,
32 99 2t ;;; o7s1-li of Lots 1 & 2 Blk 18 L.T.
---- -""""""-"""--""-"---*--"""""- the Clerk of the above
R09INSON FULL MAE. 979 9AILFI4H OR is n 22 4999-Oo7o7 "SJTSOBKINSCV Co. sID Sec 28, Twp 6-S, R22. -styled JET SEAL
Lore OF BLK 7 IN LINCOLN CIT TRACET M 9 BETTV P O BOX let Court on or before June 4, 1976. MAKES OLD ASPHALT '1.
'.6.T. ....0 ... .. ... Name in which assessed: LOOK LIKE NEW
__ .6 .115 VZiir THE r 160 OF I 979 CF / OF 91/4 t Of GlftP R*
a judgment be ...
------------------------- .RP-669 may
12 seiiizaioeoo --iie7-os OR 129-163 Arron H. Holley. entered against you for the relief Protect Your Driveway
.ILL" ENNA. .15 c.osey ST 12.39 ..n ..6. .7. t'! q7'.Is
LOT 9 OF demanded In the Petition.
eLK I.J IN LINCOLN CITY ----------------------------------------------""----------
.6.11..._ ...1 9.36 ::.ee .'0.01 19 79 22 4B90-OOIOO 04I2-I3 All of said property being in WITNESS hand and the FROM GAS LEAKAGE, DIESEL FUEL .;
---- my
-- --"----------T" -"-----------" JOHNS L a BOX 47 the County of Bradford State of FOR ONLY
32 99 22 432T-OO40O 070710LOT I LOT 109 Eft* BV 921/2* NftS IN N* COR OF .../. OP 5R 1/1 seal of said Court on the 3 day of 40 CENTS PER SQUARE YARD
HILL CLINTON-SR JT 3 OOx 403 OP a.". Florida. ...
4 OF 9LK 14 IN LINCOLN CITV .29.36 ..T6 91.31 *,. IS (10.99 May, 1976. All Work Guaranteed ..
Unless such certificate or
.6.11. .2I ..36 ....5 9IO.OI ----------------------------- -------r-------------
__--i-- ______ *""""-"""-----------"- 1a 7a 21 ...00- 0413-16 certificates shall be redeemed
ANN LOUIS fJOK 44SOR COM .AT 9* COR OF 9EI/4 CF SEI'., P ALONG 9LV BDV 990. N 66O* according to law the property k
N 1 LOr uo1.I To Nr vas[O" 0" LOr 1 Or. eLK II RUN .100. ]. 5 110'. .1011. RP r 31.6'Lao FOR ROB S 391 E IOO' N 392 r 100 TO PO9 described in such certificate or AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBY TENNIS COURT PATCHING TOPPING _

102-266' ..'.33 .... 91.41 03.'! (33.31 certificates will be sold to the
.3._.. I'** use 93.79 "*.]* ------------------------------------------------------------ : s/Beulah Moody Phone 964-7813 ;
-- highest bidder at the court
salt ----- ----"-----------" 19 79 tt 49IT 0419-09 Clerk
33 4194-C-OOIOO -o7iiwa PARKER JOHN M SOT" JONES ST house door on the 8th day of Deputy
ALLNO RAE NOA K9AILV 1034 PALM OR LOTS 1.1 OP RLK |4 6/6 4tchg 527Buck's
LOT I BLK 3 SOUTH OATF. REPLAT (61.64 91.99 93.17 ...811 (69.21 June, 1976.
DA l2a-.. -- ---
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._t>"< lia .?.'. 412.29 91.19 926O.67 10 ?a.. ".SO-00100 o1 /1.11 Dated this 5th day of May, I
- -----.- MID STATE MOME9 INC BOX 9129BEO 1976.
33 99 ------3-- ..118 O.J 70-10 AT SE COR OF Sl/4 OF 9EI/, A 79* N 100*. 8 791 S IOO 01 99 22 62I9-C-00100 as 1.011
BEa AT" lOW COR OF Nel/. OF NlRUN E 1.5' S 100 E 20O'. 912.39 9.37 (.e. 93.19 (.16.S.0 S. Brown Clerk of LOTS I. ;:=; C1P PLK 1 4ANTE FE 4HORE4
120 By Flea Market ( (2.74 A.72 (2.44 (101.74 .
9 M 319. N 420 TO PO9 ----------------------------------------------------------
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Page 14 TKI.KCKXPII: :May 27,1976 l

New Hope Baptist Second In Battle (Of The Choirs: First United MoRE' DuFNEX

Methodist Church _

r Sunday May 30-- The world's largest importer of spices and herbs is the United States

Confirmation Class In Sanctuary -
ith 9 am. Church Schoolfor
all ages, 9:45: ; Morning a
1 1ab Worship at 11 (nursery I.
provided)I. UMYF\ Snack
Supper (Phyllis Carver and
Ann Miller) 6 p.m. UMYF
meeting and recreation, 6:30.:
Tuesday-United Methodist IS IMOW OPEtM !

Women, executive board
meeting, 9:30: a.m. UMW

general sanctuary.meeting.UMW. 10 covered a.m. in ttge Prk, FI>, & q| Grange frarfe Mall

: dish salad luncheon.

District Fellowship MYF.Hall, Fellowship 11:30.: Sub- COME VISIT N. E. FLORIDA'S

Hall 7:30: p.m.WednesdayChancel.
rehearsal, 8:30: p.m.

Everything Western..All Under One Roof//

: I .. 4'''I' \ First PresbyterianChurch WESTERN WEAR :
y 'w. ft I Men's Ladies i Children and TACK

? r- J Morning Worship at 11. Rev.
\: I I Ross T. Hightower associate PRODUCTS
i: J' executive director of the by Leading Manufacturers ,
-- *. t'L"w"Sw; ,> !r- \ I' \ Pastorial Counseling Center,
Jacksonville will bring the AND GUNS *JKL.!
The :New (Hope Baptist Church Choir placed second Saturdayin Diggs!!!! and Cheryl) Cummings. Third row: Veronica DeSue, message. gig Brands
a Battle of the Choirs event at Hut Baptist Church in Millie James \\hitfU-ld. Oliver :Marks and Janet Easley. Back n
Gjinvsville.Members. row : Ronald :Marks and \ndrew Carter. Choir Practice 7:30: pm. We accept
: of the choir above are - The :New )Hope Choir tied for first; place with the Voices of Thursday. MASTER CHARGE,
Front row: Wanda Chandler. Brenda "'I"t'rs.1..lva: :Morris Ebony of (.alnl'S\iIIe. Both choirs then! sung "Jesus Kt'ep11': 249 WESTERN BANKAMERICARDBLANDING ,
l.nonnelorrl'l.: Shirley :Marks. (.'Iaral th'r (iriffis. and Gail :Near' The truss" and :New; Hope received the second place
:Marks Second row Pauline lt'uelantaret: Uij( 'I. Vera trnph PINE:\; VALLEY 264-3838

** *',W w W'JL w w w W W W'a !=*?W'J?W W W W W'JL Vf Located off U.S.:\; 301 north. (State Rd 21)) W@RLD Open till Fri.9 nife f

Us SCOUTING NEWS"Ncyati visit Health from Aid Gerald Badge after Baillie.EMT. a, completing these badges. Morning Sunday Worship School, 10 at a.m 11 Orange Park pm

: Thanks to the special Carolyn Eaves Evening Service. 730.
.. Thursday, 7:30: p,m.
"" II!11I11I .i lIP'nIf111i! ll!>l millili !IJ1II .. guests for their help in Phone 9C4-5812

;'; Day f lii:I.t t Saturday llankerson. (Hope Jackson,
turned out to he .< Pratt Street f.enell Tyson, Bernadette
Iiuy due to the wither It was Ty."n. ;'Norma; Canova Lynn
a fun day and everyone !.npl'r and Krman Hamm.onyrdtulationa .
enjoyed just! being together ( FOOD
Brownies, Flew L'p and The Cadettes are workingon WE WANT
tumors' liridginl.\ therevus a a Badge called World :
lot of !singing. niim's.; lunch Heritage! which hells| ; you ct3j:1
,md l ,some made corn husk' learn' ahoiit voui heritage and!
dolls, :.Many trunks for ,.l.mel, other ml'of'' thiwt l Id l Dr.
Kimutis who planned,. l the day Brian du Tuit visited to tell FAIR YOU TO
and for Laurie Mulhns( who about Africa and showedsink's
kept it mm inu I he had made Mrs.Ocnise .
Juniors who Budged\ 10Cadl'II Hi/ier came to tell
('... ,included ( cirnc about Canada and helped the
Fischer Vitkler'arver, (IawnSchoenintf. ) girls (prepare" a Frenrh dish. SUPERMARKETS
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Heatnx (rumnnngs\ 'I'III''Y Troop 614 completed! : INS 7 '>


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Ft Campbell ,h1. i \l His I wife ":Ifian!! is with Libby Pickled Beets 3/M/ 1 ., /MIN' Ml ||.? ,
Sergeant James 1 ii.u' i I'' him at Ft' Campbell >'.i mau 1O.5oz 4/l Green
14oz Chicken & Dumplings 59C 20' Beans / 1
District 1-11 I Itcprcscntiitivcs Apple""''f""' Sauce 3J1LIFTOM / 1 w' TomatoP.1111 Paste 4/$1/ 'IIE.ero.LowPrice


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Cindy Bryan daughter;! of (Gainesville PINTS?HIM IMUII l.. 11111 oouiic H?IIUI
:Mr and :Mr. I.ovd 111'r i P &. Beans 4/M/ ( Waffles 6/M/ 10' I l Ice Tea GlassM/tmR/INWNN104/S1/ / 32 Pantry Pride
Starke and Harold; U iri! These 'twi'' M'ers will be ...
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Jr son ofIr: ImlIrs presenting a six county Whipped Topping 39" FIRST :L.w, 2/99tf/ "
Harold Waters S- ',r P, "'HIton i KM Hamlet. and Cindy will be Tea
were rocenlh I-N! < 10 i i M' iMcivlinK" the Florida ".11 SAYE iMiir MIN 'Itat'KM A C L 1I II'o Bags
District Hepieseni-iiniv,,, ,11,t .1. ('IIIIIWlllIll.'tlllg June 28 July 30 Chopped Spinach .1011. 6/89/ i Lounge"Chair"';g SQ98
District Council( meeting! in 1 at the t'niv'-riity of Florida MCIII K''l J II 1-OltH'Nt' mil(* C I MRCVS).
Potatoes 79C i Vinyl Chair 8BB sa 00 100

I OBITUARIES MCMMO Fruit 511 Pies in /tmut 4/$1/ 17' I i Coffee"i four Filters' 88c I'I COUNT BOX

Ethel Hriii.er. 70() Uu.ist.II fan'ier$3: 99'' reryDepowllbs, @

:Mrs. Ethel :M Braiser.. of Russell! :M I Fancher. 83.: nf STEAK INTERSTATE CUT COFFEE PANTRY PRIDE ICE TEAGLASSES COMPARE Owlrl.ro.to.rlclr' 1011:: Srr1
Starke died Sunday morning!!, 700) West Lafayette. Street t vNl UlflGrape
:May.! 23. after an extended ill, Starke. died Sunday. :May 23. 4 POTATOES3l CREAMER Jam 69C 30
ness in Bradford County Hospital rune"'" ?N.fN It Y
Born June 12. 1905: in Huntsville following!! a lingering illness 16ol 5/$1 5/l Green BeansFru'irdnnks 5/$1/ 1 25'
Alabama. :Mrs Braiser Bom October 2. 18 was a housewife and a member Shell County. Alabama: C "
of the Baptist Church. Fiinrher had In'ed in Starke 2/$91/
Survivors include a son. since l 1\-,6\ He was a retired
James Braiser of Starke. a plasterer and attended the
sister-in-law. :Mrs. Myrtle: Baptist church. wwr PAX 1
Sanford of Starke. and several! :Mr Fancher Is survived bya SAVE SANKAI i SAVE fiEN ; CHIPS
nieces and nephews. daughter who lives! in Birmingham. COFFEE I '
f'uneraillervices were held AlaKuneral

Wednesday 26, from the afternoon graveside! :May in R'ndnesdayMay21.atII. services:. were a held m : I COFFEE i |i RINGS ;II: : MUSTARDS; OR DIP N' CHIPS

Hampton Cemetery with He\ :.it' graveside in Santa Ke I .., 12oz PKG......, i 24o9t JAR I 8oz
Leroy Olive! of fir,.iii n!! ?' /less< ji th II .\\and! '. CASH ,50. .ON/t T45T5, 00'0'' 11 CASH .V.<.TN ISIS" COUMHI AT .,, SILOS' CASH WITH.. INS COUPOM P.MMV., SILOS 65 c
o o DeWItt C Jones: I uncial .MaugLi uffiiialniK. UeW'itt L awwwwwwwwwl.J 1 IISON/. MIN :) \!! IMO,JUNO J, "T" wJ: PAK
Home was in li.irgi- of ,'""(', 'funeral Hume was! ineharpe : : l__ ..a.__ ___..- e/ww A.wwwwsr_w w
arrangements;! of lI..r""p"p",, YOUR DISCOUNT SAVINGS ADDRESS-320 SOUTH WALNUT ST.


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School 10 a.m. : Sunday Starke 8 a.m. 'Sunday. Bible met at the home of Mrs. Mary supper guests of their cousins, overnight guests of their aunt Breslin and Elizabeth of
Services 11 Worship School 10 a.m. Worship Frances Kelly on Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. Mrs. Laura Manning at the Jacksonville, and Miss Billie
Prayer Meeting a.m. and 7 p.m. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. May 18, with 18 ladies present. By Elizabeth Terry Other guests were their son- home of their uncle and aunt, Doreen Wilson of Orlando
Tuesday 7:30: Prayer in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Padgettat the weekend with Col.
YPE Meeting Wednesday Mrs. Idelle Boyett presided. daughter, Mr. and spent
p.m. Friday at 7:30: p.m. administrative board meetingof regret to learn he fell Lake Wales.
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Mrs. Frank Coss the Tuesday Mrs. Charlie Mosley and and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
School Evergreen 10 Baptist: Sunday Grace United Methodist: devotional and Mrs. Cora Hall Church the United Methodist morning and is confined to daughters of Highland, who Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette
Services 11 a.m. Worship Sunday School 9:43: a.m. had charge of the program, on Sunday night May Bradford County Hospital) were their Sunday night Worthington Springs spent and family went to Lake City
a.m. and 7:30: 30, at 7:30: with four
p.m. p.m. ribs. Our Wednesday afternoon with her
Prayer Worship Services 11 a.m. and after which the meeting supper guests. on Saturday to enjoy a family
Meeting Wednesday 8 Highland Baptist: Sunday prayers are with him. sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews.
7:30: p.m. Choir Practice 7 adjourned.The hostess served Mrs. Ola Starling and Mr. get-together with their mother
p.m.Faith p.m. United MYF 8 p.m. a luncheon. School 10 a.m. Worship !Miss Elizabeth Terry spent and Mrs. Charles Starling and Rev. Fonzo Prevatt and other relatives.
Baptist Church: Wednesday There will be anInsured Services 11 a.m .and 7 p.m. Wednesday to Friday with her family visited their soninlawand returned home from Bradford Mrs. Frank Camp and Mrs.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. County Hospital. Saturday Gene Pearson attended the
7:30 p.m. Gainesville. She also visited Andy Harvey and son, and afternoon and is continuing to Business and Professional
Northslde Baptist: Sunday her niece Mrs. Joe Bason, Jerry Starling of Perry improve.Mr. Womens Club District 3
School 10 a.m. Worship while there Saturday afternoon.Mrs. on and Mrs. Alvin Watts of planning meeting at Robert
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Hubert Priest and Miss Mae Wells and Mrs. Crescent City were Friday Meyer Hotel in Jacksonville
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Arlhurinc Blanchard visited Hermie Kelly attended the overnight guests of their Saturday.
7:30 p.m. her sister Miss Enza Retired Teachers meeting at cousins, !Mr. and Mrs. Barry Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
&vCESj P Blanchard, of Baker County Garden Restaurant in Starke Watts, and Barry Lee. Jenkins and son Robert of
I SCHOOL NEWS Nursing Home at Macclenny Thursday afternoon. Miss Erda Wilson of Palm Callahan visited their mother
The Lawtey P.T.A. held its on Friday afternoon Coleman Phillips and son Beach, Miss Erma Wilson Mrs. Owen Anders, on Sunday
final meeting of the year on We are to and Mrs. Russell
happy report that Billy were guests of his Captain afternoon. !Mr. and Mrs.
Tuesday evening.The covered Mrs. Lois Carter was able to mother, Mrs. O.J. Phillips, Lines and new daughter of Jenkins and !Mrs.Anders wentto
CALL dish supper and officer return home Valdosta Ga.. Mrs. Mabel
Saturday from. brother Danny, and aunt Mrs. the hospital to see Mr.
\ installation was well attended. St. Luke's Hospital in L.H. Hinote on Saturday Boyetle. Mr. and Mrs. George Anders for a while.in .
Mrs. Knight's fifth grade Jacksonville.Mr. afternoon.Mr. .
pupils presented a puppet and Mrs. Richard Dyeof
782-3077 show with materials and Gainesville visited his aunt and Mrs. Carl Pevey
puppets constructed under the Miss Arthurine Blanchard, on and son of Orlando brought
direction of Mrs. Meale, the Sunday afternoon.Mr. their mother. Mrs. Ernest CommunityNews
elementary art teacher. and !Mrs. K.T. Pevey and aunt Mrs. L.D.
FOR ALL YOUR Commission of Education VanArsdall of Ormond Beach Dorman of Ocoee, for a visit
awards were presented to nine were Friday overnight guestsof with their brother-in-law and
pupils at Lawtey Elementary their son-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Carl
t RESIDENTIAL SMALL COMMERCIAL School. These awards daughter, Pastor and Mrs. Prevatt. All of them ate
recognize outstanding Jim Hall and family. supper with the Prevatts and
performance within classes !Mike Dobbs spent a few the Carl Peveys and son went ..
SERVICE CALLS and grades in physical days with his aunt, Mrs. to visit with other relatives. BIRTHDAY PARTY 5th Sunday Union af
Licensed education activities.The Ernest Hewitt of Tallahassee. !Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey Jimmy and Tony Diggs of Ebenezer Baptist Church. All
3rd Annual Lawtey !Mr. and Mrs. James Andersof attended the Senior Citizens Starke were honored with a members are asked to
Elementary School Field Day Palatka visited their father, Club Meeting of Hampton on birthday party atMacDonald's cooperate with the activities.
will be conducted at the schoolon Owen Anders, in Bradford Friday night. Thursday, May Greater Bethel Freewill
FREE ESTIMATESHayes Friday, May 28. All parents County Hospital on Thursday. !Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore 26. Twenty-five children Baptist 'hurch, Rev Jasper
and citizens are invited to Their mother, Mrs. Anderswas attended the 50th wedding attended the party which was Williams pastor. Tiny Tots
watch the day's activities that also with him. anniversary celebration for sponsored by their rehearsal Monday night 7:30.:
will begin at 9:00a.m.: A picnic !Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Prevail Sr. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday night Prayer
Electric: lunch will be served and attended the funeral of their at the First Baptist Church Robert' Austin, Sr., of Lawtey. Meeting. Wednesday night
afternoon activities and an cousin LanieColson, at Shiloh Educational Building in The 'honorees received many Senior Choir rehearsal.
awards ceremony will round Baptist Church near Fort Starke Sunday afternoon.Mrs. nice gifts and everyone had a Thursday night Story ]Hour at
out the day. White on Saturday Darlene Norman and wonderful time. the church. Friday night
Lawtey Fin PERSONALS: !Mr. and Mrs. Truman sons and Mrs. Marcus Griffis Junior Choir rehearsal.
Friends of O.J. Anders Norman were Friday evening and daughters were Saturday OBITUARYFuneral Saturday the Junior Ushers
services for Rev. Board will sell dinners from
W.H. Walker, who died the kitchen.
Sunday at 1 a.m. in the Sunday is Educational Day
ABOUT OURSMILES Bradford County Hospital, starting with Sunday School at
will be held at 5 p.m. 9:30.: !Morning Worship at 11
Thursday in Mt. Zion AME with Deacon L.C. McCutchenas
Church with Rev. R.J. Bland speaker. Dinner served at
officiating. Burial will take 12:30.: Deacon James Prince
place Saturday in Walker will be .
THESE DAYS THEY DOE HAVE TIME TO BE FRIENDLY speaker at 6 p.m.Philalelphia
Cemetery at Gough Ga.CHURChNEWS .
Baptist Church. Rev. Willie
Pleasant Grove and :Mt. Mayberry pastor. The First
Mnriah United Church Division
Parish of the !Ministers and
SOME THINGS WE CAN DO. WE CAN SAY "GOOD DAY" 1i Rev. Willie Stitt pastor. Deacons Union of the
AND MEAN IT. WE CAN HELP YOU FIND AN ITEM Pleasant Grove Young Adult Jerusalem Baptist
THAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR OR SEE TO IT THAT SUPERMARKETS Choir rehearsal each first and Association will convene at

f YOU GET EXACTLY THE CUT OF MEAT YOU WANT, second Monday night at 7:30.: Philadelphia May 2930. Rev.
SUPER DISCOUNT COUPON! AND WE CAN SMILE BECAUSE WE KNOW THAT ONE we are pleased to accept Junior Choir rehearsal 6 pm. Alphonia Wilson will be the
BIG HAPPY SMILE CAN MAKE A WHOLE DAY LOVELIER. Tuesday. Prayer Meeting 7:30: key speaker at 7:30:; Friday

ANY SIZE FOOD STAMPCOUPONS p.m. Wednesday. Bible Study and Rev. Willie Cunninghamat
Thursday. 7:30
p.m. Sunday : Saturday. Sunday
OUT-OF-SORTS-JUST. LIKE YOU DO. SOMETIMES m School, 10a.m.. The Youth will School 10 a.m. Morning
ONE OF OUR YOU.IF have charge of 11 a.m. Worship at 11 with Rev.
OFF THAT HAPPENS DO US A FAVOR: SMILE AT THEM Worship with Carl Tyson as Alphonia Jenkins
YNN TWirt CYNa t. :r'MNI a oar[ran vo Yrr AA aw delivering
ww rooo oral ra.cco rNOncrA.cNCrnAarcourawnNOYYa 0lcwno FIRST I THEY PROBABLY NEED IT. speaker. Adult program 2 the message. At 3 p.m. Rev.
{ ,. p.m. with Rev. Bora Hudson Adam Crumwell will .
w1 wW a v v ru u +Iw .rYI 8 speak.At
... A LITTLE SMILE GOES_ A LONG WAY speaker.Mt. 7:30: p.m. service Rev.
RIYIND..c$0000 YID.M* 2S 7 MU w10.Ya t i i QOANYY NIONn YIYIIIrID Moriah will worship John Clifton speaker. The

Sunday with members of public is invited. -

Pleasant Grove. Sunday Greater Allen Chapel AME:
Bargains in Meat School 10 a.m. Church Rev. R.G. Heastie
Mrs. Ethel Hall will be pastor. Tuesday night Prayer
tII Ni elr leaving for Annual Conference Meeting and Class Meeting.

in Lakeland. Monday through Friday night, June 4,
COMPARE -.DYMKIY IrIwg1Y 1W W Yn YO .A"1 IOa / 1 COMPARE OU..D.'OMCAY, r0YYr 11Y1 Y49t Saturday Lovefeast at 7:30.: Sunday
SAY Ebenezer: and :New Bethel School, 10 a.m. The

nm.PttHw INN M now S..... Every DayLowPrke 1511 YMU Pork NANO Roll Sausage .79C C 20' Baptist Churches. Rev Leroy Missionaries will have chargeof
Fresh Fryers ..It I im.NIK .- .I' 1 III' I I p Davis pastor will participateHAMPTON 11 a.m. service.
NU'00/1011 1 10 LAS
nuiKi IMWMI ii 11 in 79t 20' '' ,- LOTS OFCHICKEN: Cornish Game Hens II 79 10' ---------- -- -- --

Lamb Roast -
Loin; Chops .I $129 20' i Beef Liver NIAIOIIM on MGH AREANEWS

Snapper Fillets I t Super Discount (3 tl, 3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS IJ
tt(l HUM > H> IDressed nil C 3 WINGS NECKS GIBLET PKGS.
59 10
Whiting CURED FLORIDA by Delores:.Meng
wen. mfN KIM in PREMIUM Phone 46H-191.:
Perch Fillets 99" 20' GRADE OR 4 4 CGEORGIA
SMOKEDHAMS S'IIOOL1oWS: certificate m appreciation for
MUI, 1 ON* '11 N*
Fish Sticks $129 '20' 4 SHIPPED LB President Joe Riddick all her kindness and wished a
presided at the meeting of the happy retirement.Mrs. .
lull t II Ml Hampton Elementary PTA Anna Clayton was then
Grill Franks $199' 20 COMPARE TONY KAY WnY1 0 held Tuesday evening May presented with a flowering
l ml If imi lu HI SHANK >OHTION BUTT O 7ION 18 in the school cafeteria. begonia plant as a tribute for
Chipped Meats 21/9510./ nYsoil DM Pak ni $,,63 am Tom Casey principal the work she has done duringthe
685. 78? Variety announced that the caution past two years in the
ml mil Ito mQuarter 3/89 2" Hilt M 1 HI lights installed at the front of school. She will be working tin
Oleo / WATER ADDED> ar"M er Franks $139 am the school grounds are now the Middle School next year.
operable. Mr. Casey said also On behalf of the PTA Mrs.
HOM FIKIS ASS 4 TNI mil OASIS cuiio 1(1(105.0"!
Bnls.: Stew BeefIvcryDayLowPrk i .ti $138 2" Breakfast Bacon $13 20 that all sixth graders will be Shields presented Mr. Riddick
attending area schools next and his family with a Norfolk
year rather than some Island Pine patio plant as a
@ EvcrytaylowPrk* n'NN [rsry9rftewAk @ q) I E STYD.Yloal9ric J it attending the Middle School. token of appreciation for the

Ml*UADt CINTIKCUT III' IIP CLAD CUT r101. 0 'H' _.,,;1 Mr Riddick informed the splendid work they have done
CHUCKSTEAK SIRLOINSTEAKS CHUCKROAST ORANGE FRYER ::::1 assembly that the Hampton for the school during !Mr.Riddick's .
ROUND graders would be two years as PTA
1(0YNYN, .cN.o' included in the .
JUICE band program president.Mrs.
STEAK :m 7ft next year. .Shields also recognizedher
Wt OOVTMIMCTIO 981 58 US GOVT 78 3 oft 'H"" '''' 0 Mr. Connie Clark was student James Curtis, as
1(001/1'. INSPECTDCONM*IO' XMMTS tf ORU"STICOS. THIGHS/ introduced as the new an outstanding speller in the
A .usn WITH 5053swl Principal of the school and recent Spelling Bee.

given a warm welcome. The refreshment committee
The new slate of officers consisting of Mrs. Carolyn
r presented and accepted for Joyner, Mrs. Pat Murner
WATERMELONS Bargains in Bakery the 1976-77 PTA term were: Mrs. John Van Eek and Mrs.
in Produce RED ff
Bargains lO49c ; A Don Roberts, president; Don Roberts served cake and

.. 25 LB QUARTER HALVES QUinton Ford vice-president; punch to the large group
rr.; '... AVERAGE 89c Super Discount Mrs. Elaine Smith, secretary, attending this meeting. The
:\ '..... // B / and Mrs. Kathy Williams, very special cake made by
\V! FRESHPEACHES i sir, treasurer. Mrs. Blonnie Derkman was in
HONEYDEW TEXAS v''10 SHAMBURGER At the close of the meeting the form of a replica of the

79. 4 h d Mrs. Earlelene Zimmerman's Hampton Elementary School
I: MELONS \ RoIs, TROLLS 4th 5th and 6th grade reading and decorated with patriotic
group presented patrioticskit colors.

"Ei.! s honoring Tom Casey who
2 INCHES AND UP s3C PAK D4/ $1 has served as school principalfor
L 01L ..-j. {& OF 8 three years Among those \.MPTON LAKE
.' PICM ''' participating in the skit were: :NEWS
C YOUR .. Debra and Darla Roberts, The annual picnic of St.
r LARGE 3g OWN! Super Discount W\ Ewrvl>*ytc w rk D.J. Riddick, Brian Clark, Edward's Church was held

SIZE LB PECANCINNAMON 1IKSM MMD James Curtis Steven Spell last Sunday at the home of Mr.
Chris Meng, Shian Roberts, and Mrs. Francis Meng.
DINNERENROLLS Jenny, Karen Helle, Karen Despite intermittent showersa
Super DUceunl QJ, tt Super DUceunl I @I El TWIRLS Wilson, Dee Dee Wolters, delicious dinner and good
TEXASCANTA Randy Campbell, Karen time was enjoyed by the
Hard RipeTOMATOES I PKO / Stevenson and Doll Waters. approximately 75 people
I 89CLOUPES 3ISuper attending.A .
L1.V OF 8 & The students expressed a
"Thank You America" festive note was added

">.. icto Discount presentation for such thingsas when the pastor Father I
CTN 3 $100 !10'.!! PANTRY "RlCI freedom, heritage, Richard Bowles, was
59 C Oft FOR opportunity Old Glory, presented with a decorated
SWEET 1 11 C
7O abundance of necessities. Bill cake in honor of his birthdayand
RING CAKE Mai of Rights Declaration of the group joined in

Indepandence, natural beauty singing good wishes. Amongout
and pleasures of being an of town guests attendingwere
American.A Father Bowles's
BONELESS BEEF (7u2QTS. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
DOVE WISK LIQUID gift certificate was Bowles and his brother. Bob,
presented to Mr. Casey in from Jacksonville.The .

LIQUID O5 STEAKS appreciation of his help at the young boys won In a
LAUNDRY school. Softball game In competitionwith
$1 $253 Mrs. Mabel Sanders who the older generation.( The
DETERGENT DETERGENT O S OOV $158 has been working as a full youngsters enjoyed j l ;i
CORK INSPECTED FIO time aide with the 4th, 5th and trampoline jumping homo
LB 6th graders for the past three riding, playing horseshoe

years was presented a gift and l\ immmJ(.

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lltIThll1--t thence West and parallel with I

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF said Northerly boundary to the

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Westerly boundary of said
Northeast quarter of Southeast
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. y r quarter, thence North along last

ELIZABETH ANN EARLE Dated this 5th day of rjy, Certificate No. 61; Year of NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO aforesaid Westerly boundary to LOTT'S OF BEAUTY Special ,....

IN REE: The Marriage of minors Plaintiff 1976. Issuance 1974Description the Southwest corner of the savings on Uniperm, Reg.
SAMUEL CROCKETT, NOTICE OF SUIT BY: Gilbert S Brown, r ''brk of Property: E54 ALL PERSONS HAVING property of Willis Lester Warren $25. now $15 Call Sue at 468-

Husband/Petitioner, and NO PROPERTYTO Clerk of Circuit Court of of Lot 4 of Blk 17 in L.T. & Cos CLAIMS OR DEMANDS and Donnie Jean Warren his 1197 5/27 2tp 6/3 r.... ....d!

BARBARA CROCKETT : JAMES EARL JINKS, Bradford County, Florida S/D Sec: 28, Twp 6-S, R22. AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE wife, thence Easterly to point of

Wlfel Respondent. 5/13 4tchg 6/3 Name in which assessed, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS beginning as recorded In official KNOW YOUR BLOOD PRES-
GERALD G. BIRDYSHAW, and H. record book 91, 52 of the FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 bath
Arron Holley Est ,
AMES I E, EARLE (addresses ___i __, ___- X\-, ........ INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: SURE day or night anywhere! heat
public records of Bradford mobile home, CIAInti\
unknown) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTICE OFAPPLICATION All of said property being Inthe County, Florida, In section 15 on 1/2 acre lot. Woodland
the administration of the instantly right on the
NOTIFIED that an action for FOR of township 7 South 22 Acres 4 miles S. Star e on
County Bradford. State of range
TO: BARBARA CROCKETT, estate of HELEN C. SMITH, spot. $2995 Koch Drugs
Adoption has been filed againstyou TAX DEED SO
I Florida East said county. 301 964 6763 Itp
address unknown JAMES EARL JINKS deceased, File Number 76-139- 5tchg 6/24 '
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Unless such certificate - -
GERALD G BIRDYSHAW, NOTICE IS HEREBY C3jvEN, Certificates shall be redeemed or CP, is pending in the Circuit at public sale, to the highest and LOVING-- -CARE- -for- -infant- FOR SALE; 3 bedroom brick :2
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Court for Bradford your or
a AND JAMES EARLE, (addresses that Steve Bires & Vrrer\,/ > according to law the property County, best bidder for cash, at the Front child by experienced Christian baths, large corner Ktt Phi
Petition for Dissolution
of unknown) and are requiredto Hunnicut Jr the holder "J' Florida, Probate Division, the
you \r\e\ /
in entrance to the County 964 6964 5/20 3tp 6/3
described such certificate or teacher. Daily or weekly Call
Marriage has been filed againstyou of address of which Is P.O. DrawerB
written tiled
serve a copy your following certificates has Certificates will be sold the Courthouse Starke, Florida, at Mrs. -- - / --
to Helen
and there is a demand in the Starke, Florida 32091.1 The Murphy
defenses, if any to it, on theplaintiff's said certificates for a tax ctl to highest bidder at the courthouse 11:00: a.m., June 14, 1976 1tp 5/27 FOR SALE: By owner, 6 room
Petition Court
that the award
personal representative of the .
attorney, whose name be issued thereon the door on the 8th day of tflo frame house, chain link fence,
that certain property owned by and address is GEORGE H, certificate numbers and YIIP's of June, 1976. estate is JACKIE ANN SMITH. GILBERT. BROWN in town. Call 9648212: after

you and your Husband, PIERCE, Esquire, P.O. Drawer issuance, the description Ij' the Dated this 5th day of May, The name and address of the CLERK CIRCUIT COURT t HElP WANTED ) 4:15.: 5/20 2tp 5/27

SAMUEL CROCKETT as 1030 Starke, Florida 32091, property, and the nany* in 1976 personal representative's attorney - - ,/ -
tenants in the entirety, located in are set forth below.All .
and file the original with the
which it was assessed &C( as By. Beulah M. Moody FOR SALE: 1971 mobil|<> home

Bradford County described Florida, and clerk of the above styled courton follows: By: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk; persons having claims or Deputy Clerk 12x60 1 1/2 bath, furbished,
more particularly as: or before June 07, 1976: demands against the estate are LR all1 bath
Clerk of Circuit Court of BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: new carpet,
East 50' of Lot Thirteen
otherwise a judgement may be Certificate No 31; y"pf of Bradford County, Florida. required WITHIN THREE GOLDMAN, PRESSER, LEWIS Factory fresh latest styles $3.500. Call 284after
((13)) Block Sixteen
in ((16)), in entered against you for the relief Issuance, 1974.Description MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF for 5 30 for
East Lawtey Florida. Recordedin 5/13 4tchg 6/3/ & NUSSBAUM Attorneys Over 150 brands to choose ; p m appointment\
demanded in the complaint or of : SE THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Florida National / .1+
Book Property/ -- !Plaintiff, 549 from. Junior and Missy styles. 5/202tp5/27
72 Page 129. Public petition. i/4 of SE 1 1/4 Sec 36 TVW S ,
-S THIS NOTICE to file with the Bank BUIlding Jacksonville, 4 different - -- / -
Records of Bradford County COURT OF THE
R-l. clerk of the above court ) FOR SALE
Florida NEW YORK a Honda .T2202; fixture decors to choose from. : By owrtfr, large
WITNESS my hand and the STATE written statement of any claimor Itch!) S 27 Visit our shops or talk to our brick home, custom built, 3'K,\

to your Husband SAMUEL seal of said Court on May 3, Name in which ase, ked: COUNTY OF MONROE demand they may have Each owners.Compare our shops to BR 2 bath, family room'

1976 Valine Caldwell. claim must be in writing and Investment required central air, heat any vacuum
CROCKETT, as a lump sum SYLVESTER GRIFFIN Pldintiff.
GILBERT. BROWNAs All of said must indicate the basis for the REGISTRATION OF system. Reduced 0.000
alimony, and you are required to property blll"g in LEUGUENER JACKSON $17.500. Call collect ((813)) 922-
serve a copy of your written Clerk of said Court the County of Bradford Sv/'W\/
Florida. the creditor or his agent or 2tchg 5/27 Road Ph 964 626;? or 964
defenses if to the Petitionon
the Petitioner any By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Unless such certificate or attorney, and the amount the undersigned, being 8417. 5/20 3tchg 6/3:

attorneys, Deputy Clerk certificates shall be redb ned Plaintiff designates Monroe claimed. If the claim is not yet duly sworn, do hereby declare -- - -
5/6 527IN County as the place due the date when it will under oath that the a job
4tchg according to law the pivfftertY names of all FOR SALE OR RENT: Store or
HEAD, whose address is 142 of the Plaintiffsresidence. that will take where
venue is
you you
described In such certific/j! or become due shall be stated. If persons interested in the office bldg. 1200 sq. h Control -
West Call Street, P.O. Box 1086 want to career wise and
Starke Florida, 32091 1. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF certificates will be sold \\p the the claim is contingent or business or profession carried on go air and heat. 2\1\: I Call
on or THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL highest bidder at the &ourt unliquidated, the nature of the under the name of Bach Home give you the income you Street Ph. 9646262 or 964-
before June 11 1976 and file
the SUMMONS WITH NOTICE desire For appointment call
house door the 8th uncertainty shall be stated If the Improvement Co. at intersection 8417. 5/20/ 6/3
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AN on qV/ of 3tchg :
original with the Clerk of this Plaintiff resides Ht 21 Morgan 3782983 1tp 5/27/ ,
claim secured the Madison Street
June 1976. is security and Court
Court either before FOR
service onPetitioner's Street Rochester hew York - --
"shall be described The claimant Street P O Box 1209. Starke, FOR SALE: 2 city Iota and 2

immediately attorney thereafter or IN RE: The Marriage of ALINE Dated this 5th day of IH>y, County of Monroe shall deliver sufficient copies of Florida, 32091 and the extent of HAVE A HIGHLY profitable and houses in need of; f repair

otherwise a default will be; CROMITY PALIN a/k/a/ / ALINE 1976 ACTION FOR"DIVORCl the claim to the clerk to enable the interest of each is as beautiful lean shop of your corner Grand and \Weldon/
BY Gilbert S. AerK the clerk to moil one copy to follows: own. Featuring the latest in
entered against you for the relief CROMITY LEE, Wife/Petitioner, : Brown Street. $5.000. Call g&t 50101tchg .
Clerk of Circuit each personal representative jeans dfnims and sportswear
demanded in the Petition and THOMAS PRESTON Cou/ of named fpnrfant[ 5/27
the above
All interested the $13,51XJ includes beginning inventory
Bradford County, Florida persons in G. Michael Bach 50 percent!
This notice shall be publishedonce PALIN, HusbandRespondent LEUGUENER ''ACKSON -- - /
5/13 4tchg 6/3/ estate to whom a copy of this Robert Gary Bach 50 !percent fixtures and training FOR SALE: Lot on Slate Road
each \week! for four ((4)) GRIFFIN.
Call; for Mr Wilkerson
"' Notice of Administration has anytime
NOTICE OF SUIT > 16 East. 116 feet cf> State
consecutive weeks in the YOU. are hereby sumr-vxiecl to 1501)) 2243040 5'27 2tp 6/3
been mailed are required STATE OF FLORIDA
Bradford County Telegraph. NO PROPERTYTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURY FOR serve a notice of appearance. on WITHIN" THREE MONTHS BRADFORD COUNTYOF Road 16 houses only. Call

DATED this 6th day of May, BRADFORD COUNTY the Plaintiff'sAttorneyisi' within/ FROM THE DATE OF THE CETA Division of Forestry has 964 5010. Itchg 5.1FOR
1976. : THOMAS FLORIDA 20 days after the service of this
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Sworn to and subscribed ,jobs available in FOREST
PALIN, address unknown exclusive, of tho SALE: 4 bedroom brick 2
GILBERT BROWN PROBATE DIVISIONIN summons within '0 clayof NOTICE to 'file, any objections before me this 4th day of May RANGER CLERK TYPIST. bath large living roOm len
servicere' lays LABOR For additional mforirwition
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat the is it they may have that challengethe A D 1976 and game room on 1 l landscaped !
after service r I nmpli-te" Fla. State
COURTBY an action for dissolution of RE: THE ESTATf OF 1'lbOnlllVtlt'livtiiedto validity uf the 'lecedent'sMil i ontact acre, Conerly\ Estates: : ,

marriage has been filed against MAMIE LEE CLARK, De\ eased thIS SUIHllHH you! IS vvitlmi nut' |the Stateof the qualifications of the Dudley P Hardy Employment Service, Starke house No 6. Contact Douglas
lierbondl ropresentdtive or the Notary Public State of Fid Fla 527 2tp 613.
and you are required to Nichols 964 8158 tfchg.
: s/Beulah Moody\ you New YOlk)) and! in c Deputy Clerk serve a copy of your written NOTICE OF failure to appear judgment venue ur jurisdiction at Large -
5/13 4tchg 6/3 defenses, if any, to it on J. J. ADMINISTRATIONTO will be taken against you by court My Commission Expires FOR SALE 8x41 NeV\ Moon

WOLBERT, JR., SHAW relief du-rkinded ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, 5/28'77' FOR RENT (trailer Well built, oc'c) Condi,
detault tor the AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO 5 6 4tchq 5 27PUBIIC ( .1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF KOPELOUSUS & HEAD, whose ALL PERSONS HALING in the notice set forth below. lion Call; days g&4\ -7410.

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL address is 142 West Call Street, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Dated May 11. 1976, HURST FILED \WILL/ BE FOREVER nights 964 6945. 5 2> 2tchg

CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AN P.O. Box 1086, Starke, Florida AGAINSTTHEABOVE Fy1ATk; & I KING. Attorneys( ) for' BARRED 613FOR
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. 32091.1 and file the original with AND ALL OTHER PERSONSINTERESTED plaintiff Office and Post Office Date of the first publication of NOTICE FOR RENT Furnished bachelorapt

the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt IN THE ES'fATE: Address: 130: Powers Building this Notice of Administration: Mature person a c $80 SALE 1975 mobile"home, 2
before June 4, 1976 NOTIFIED: May 20, 1976 The School Board of Bradford 12x60 g&l\ 8318
IN RE: The Marriage of VIVIAN on or YOU ARE HEREBY ROChester New York 14614 per mo 633 M.iclWihon 964 bedroom
DELORIS McRAE otherwise a judgment may be that the administration P\\ the NOTICE: The object of this County Florida will hold a Public 6279 Itrhq 5 27 5 27 2tchg 6'3

Wife/Petitioner, and LYNN entered against you for the relief estate of Mamie Lee Vlark l I action is to obtain a judgment of Jackie Ann Smith (Hearing on the provisions of

WILLIAM McRAE demanded in the Petition. deceased File Number divorce dissolving the marriage As Personal Rep of the Title IX regulations prohibiting FOR RENT 3 bedroom mobile FOR SALE By owner. :3 \year old
WITNESS hand and the the Circuit.' Estate of HELEN C. SMITH sex discrimination in admission brick home 3 BR 2 C H
Husband/Respondent. my -- -. is pending in between the parties on the twine 2 bedroom furnished both
seal of said Court on the 3 day of Court for Bradford jaunty, ground of abandonment. Deceased and employment and house spacious grounds & A. Between Lawtey and

NOTICEOFSUITPROPERTY May. 1976. Florida, Probate Dlvisi / tl1l1> The relief sought is, A students in education as garden space no pets 782 Starke, $28,000. gI\4) \ 6915
address of which c/o &: <'tifo'q( \ ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL established by the U.S. 5. 27 6/3 .
TO: LYNN WILLIAM McRAE is \ judgment of absolute divorce in 3279. 1tp 5, 27 2tchg : ,
GILBERT. BROWN farke : REPRESENTATIVE: Myron C. Department ,.of Health, _
Address unknown County Courthouse favor of the plaintiff dissolving } v j .. e "tI4
COURTBY j Prevatt, Jr., P.O. Box 634, Education and Welfare, Office of
phonal forever the bonds of matrimony FOR RENT Furnished 2 bod FOR? SALE By owner, 3 bedroom
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a representative of the e\''lie' "i& between the parties in this Keystone Heights, Florida Civil Rights. This public hearing room mobile home. DM 8252 2 bath briCK home.

Petition for Dissolution, of : sl/Beulah Moody J.W. Gaskins whose adtr9ss
Marriage has been filed againstyou Deputy Clerk Route 2. Box 93 Starke, j VidJ. NOTICE: To the defendant 4944. board meeting June 14, 1976 at with scenic view I Fmancmq ,
5/20/ 2tchg 5 27 5'30 the School
and there is a demand in the 5/6 4tchg 5/27/ 32091 LEUGUENER JACKSON p.m. in Board FOR RENT Efficiency apart ivailablo !964 56t1) 5 20
-- - --- The and addres ty the Room of the County
Petition that the Court award name \ GRIFFIN. ments available weekly\ rates 2tp 5 27
- - - Administrative Offices North
that certain property owned by NOTICE OFAPPLICATION personal representytive'sattorney The foregoing Summons is on Apply at Temple Motel, or Ph
and wife are set forth b.t.;CW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Temple Avenue. Starke Florida ... ''
you your as tenants by FOR served upon you by Publication, 964 7357 Itp 5 27 111II
the entirety, located at Bradford TAX DEED All persons having drdlye i Or pursuant to an Order of the Hon. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF AUTOMOBILES
Florida demands against the estate' are FLORIDA IN AND FOR Specifically, Title IX states "No I
County, and more \ Marshall E. LIvingston Justiceof FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobilehome

particularly described as: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, required, WITHIN 'fSflEfc(! the Supreme Court of the BRADFORD COUNTY person in the United States 12x60. A C on v%..Herat USED
MONTHS FROM THE Otr l 1'E 01= shall, on the basis of sex be
that Steve Bites & Warren State of New York, signed the Kingsley Lake Weekly fur
A parcel of land containing 3 5 Hunnicut Jr. the holder of the THE FIRST PUBLICATI IVI 01 14th day of I\1dy1976at Newark, CIVIL ACTION excluded from employment of summer 533 2026 5 21 I KR SALE Now 1976 Ford F

acres, lying in the SW 1/4 of SE following certificates has filed THIS NOTICE, to fileVlf.a the New York, and filed in the officeof pErticipation: in, be denied the 2tchg 6,3 100 ? 000: ,miles, Mnishedlanjo '
clerk of the above \ Case No. 76 147 benefits of. or be subjected to
1/4of NW 1/4 of Section 28 said certificates for a tax deed to cP\"t a the Clerk of the County of \) camper top tied over

Township 5 South Range 22 be issued thereon. The written statement of dry,/ claim i Monroe in the City, of Rochester. discrimination under any FOR RENT: 2 room apt. and 1 truck top 54 4/5/ or call. sell

East, Bradford County, Florida; certificate numbers and years of or demand they may haltEacf.a New York o on the 19th day of JOEL RODERICK HALL education program or activity housekeeping room all utilities stpirately' 1972 l'ncolnxcellent '
said parcel being more claim must be in write' and 1976 Plaintiff vs SANDRA M. HALL.Defendant receiving Federal financial
issuance, the description of the May furnished TV & air Also (' iondition/ $2900
particularly described as follows: property, and the names in must indicate the basis 14r( the 5/27 3tp 6/10 assistance. sleeping rooms with refnyer See to appreciate Olif1, Mobile

which it was assessed are as claim the name and adgrdss of NOTICE OF ate A, C & TV Come toUnderwood Homes Itchg\ 5 27
the creditor I Ins Or SUIT. Richard, Jockel
Commence or
at the Northeast follows aedht:\
: INVITATION TO BID Motel 3 miles
corner of said SW 1 14/ of SE 1 1/4 attorney, and the fountcldimed \ NO PROPERTY Superintendent of Schools
Certificate No. 100; Year of The Board of County North of SUrke on 301. 1t|> FOR SALE 1967 VoiMwauenJOO
of NIII1 14 for point of Issuance 1974.Description If the claim is /6t? t yet Commissioners of Bradford YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat S/202tchQ 5/27 5/27 $ 9fo4; 8002 1tp % 27

beginning, and run West, along of due, the date when it will an action for Dissolution of
Property Lots
: County will sealed Bidsto
the Northerly boundary thereof, II 12 & 16 & become due shall be si/&d! If receive Marriage has been filed against FOR RENT: CHin s Subdivision
an undo 3/211nt be opened at 1000 FOR SALE 1964 ViI. 1969
a.m. 1 2 lots. SJGOO(
the claim, or Sandra M Hall P.O. MOT ICE OF APPLICATION ecru per
a distance of 28081 feet thence is contingent you Box
in Lot Lakeview SiD & Lot 16, June 7, 1976 in the County month: W.itar it Snw.uio Chev Impala (;..111)4\ 6558
South, a distance of 590 feet; unliquidated the nature <:it the 244, Andrews North Carolinaand FOR TAX DEED \
Sec 13 'i 8S R 22.
wp Commissioners Room at the furnisher! For mornuition call after 5 p m or vviXkendsItchq "
thence East a distance of 134.76 Name uncertainty shall be state If the you are required to serve a
in assessed
: Bradford Courthouse for 1 27
County Mark Olin Mobile
Olm 5
feet to the Westerly boundary of Sandra W DavIs. claim is secured, the 1I*curity' copy of your written defenses, if NOTICE' IS HERFBY GIVEN, b !
the right-of-way of a graded shall be described The 'irruint the following: any to it, on the plaintiff 'hat Stove Hires ft Warren Honirs Sates Hwy UX) WStarko. FOR SALE. Motor Horne 1972
General Liability, Insurance for ; !
fX)4DOf! (
County Road; thence North 38 All of said property being in shall deliver sufficient ct Pies Of Bradford County 5,100'25 attorney, whose name and Miinnicut. Jr the "holder/ of the tfchsiI Lifetime,' 20' 350 Ch9v? 14000

degrees and 54 minutes East the County of Bradford State of the claim to the clerk tq 'Iroable limits. Complete address is Hon George H. following certificates has licit( miles, self contained, 4 KW

along said Westerly boundary, a Florida. the clerk to mail one tOby to specifications Pierce, P.O. Box 1030 Starke .certificates I for a tax dent/ / to I OR RCNT 1 family, Kohler Gen., sleeps e,, radio

distance of 232.58 feet to the Unless such certificate or each personal r represlI"atIVII.( may be picked up at the Clerk's Florida and file the original with Inissued thurcon The ',"uiiin,,i,, ,,1"tp. ,'I tape, 12.000 BTU roof air.

Easterly boundary of said SW certificates shall be redeemed Office S. the clerk of the above styled\ i infinite, luimlxiis and years of .MI,,,,1 J'v' L n i ." ?i 1'1 I I 1-, Excellent cond. Ready to

1/40f SE 1/4of NW1/4 1 ; thence according to law the property All persons interesteq 'n' the 5'20 2tchg Gilbert 5/27 Brown, Clerk court on or before June 18, I issu,mce. the description of the ti'nk t. I' (',.ill 'i)34 JHitII'1 travel 6900. F. Delano

North, along said Easterly described in such certificate or estate to whom a copy\ ty this' 1976: otherwise a judgement i rojii, f'rly. iml the luiines infiiUi Thomas, 964 6507 after 5

boundary, a distance of 409 feet certificates will be sold to the Notice of Admimstrati ties may be entered against \you for ,/ it was assessed are as - -- p m tfchg
- - -
to point of beginning EXCEPT highest bidder at the court been mailed are ret1\ilrt\\ ) the relief demanded in the follows FOR RENT: 2 bedroom partially

Road Right-of-Way, along house door on the 8th day of WITHIN THREE MdNTNSFROM NOTICE SHERRIFF'S SALE complaint or petition. furnished house, 534 W. FOR SALE: Motor Hci'ne' 1971

Northerly boundary. June 1976. THE DATE Of THE; Certificate No. 27; Year of Madison St. No children $125 Dodge Champion, 23.000

Dated this 5th day of May FIRST PUBLICATION cl THIS Notice is hereby given that I, WITNESS my hand and the Issuance 1974 Description of mo. Ph. 9G4 8404 or 964 7521 miles. Perfect condil'on'' Only

to your wife, VIVIAN DELORIS 1976. NOTICE to file any OI\I fIOIS Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of seal of said Court on May 17th, Property. A PARCEL IN NW 3/4 2tchg 3/11 $8.500 Ph 964 62g2 or 984

McRAE as a lump sum alimony, they may have that chdllenge8 Bradford! County, Florida, under 1976. COHOFLOT21 BEING 240' Elf - - 8417 5/20 3tchg 5/3
and the of the et's,, and by virtue of Writ of W By 363' N & S
you are required to serve a By Glbert S. Brown Clerk of del: Execution in FOR RENT 12 ft wide mobile
copy of your written defenses if Circuit Court of Bradford will, the qualifications 4f the to'wit: GILBERT BROWNAs Wuudlawn Sec 32 Twp 5 S. R home outside i ity limits

any to the Petition on the County Florida. personal representative V the Execution issued Clerk of said Court 22. GORDON. 964 6114 or 473 PERSONAL SERVICE!

Petitioner, attorneys, J. J. 5, 13 4tchg 6/3 venue or jurisdiction Of the Court of out of Circuit Mime in which assessed PaulL 4777 tfchgHOUSES

WOLBERT, JR.. SHAW court. Bradford County, BY: Beulah M. Moody Crawford Jr.

KOPELOUSUS & HEAD, 142 ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS> Florida pursuant to a Final As Deputy Clerk

West Call Street P.O. Box 1086, - - - AND OBJECTIONS NOr So Judgement for Jean E. Mlliaan 5/20 4tchg 6/10 All of said property being in .. BILL S :SAW SHOP i onl eteshdr'nlnu

Starke, Florida, 32091 1. on or NOTICE OFAPPLICATION FILED WILL BE FEVER of Starke, Florida, and the County of Bradford, Stdte uf ) servici' lit mar

before June 4. 1976 and file the FOR BARRED. against Paul C Nugent, Jr., -- - -- -- Florida. FOR SALE hand arbidu hoar' nxjvverliladt !

original with the Clerk of this TAX DEED Date of the first publieyJ'ion, Of defendant, in the amount of Unless such certificate or 11II hollow Wound ind

Court either before service on this Notice of AdmimatiOh: S1.051 50 together with costs of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT certificates shall be redeemed ..... -- 1 balanced: Leave it Jackson

Petitioner's attorney or NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN May 20 1976. collection. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT according to IdW the property Building Supply Starke or

immediately thereafter, that Steve Bires & Warren BRADFORD COUNTY described in such certificate or FOR SALE Approx 1 acre with Koystone Heights (I'chg

otherwise a default will be Hunnicut Jr. the holder of the J.WAs 4J51<111S Have seized and have in my FLORIDACivil certificates will be sold to the well\ pump tank electric

entered against you for the relief following certificates has filed Persona ReprSV'l-otafllte possession the following Action Number 76 82 highest bidder at the courthouse pole 2 septic tanks Off hwy 10x20 PATIO COVERS: Homes"

demanded in the Petition. said certificates for a tax deed to of the ( Tate of f described personal property town door on the 15th day of 301 behind candle shop and mobile, hon-tCs. $180

This notice shall be publishedonce be issued thereon. The Mamie l/\ Clark : DAC CORPORATION June 1976. between Lawtey and Starke installed, $140 uOmstallod'

each week for four (14)) certificate numbers and years of gP ealllQ 1973 Ford 2 dr. Plaintiffs, ( ) VS KIRBY SHI Dated this 11th clay of May, See Ernie at Candle; Shop GATOR MOBILE HOME

consecutive weeks in the issuance, the description of the I D. No. 3J87A202648 SMITH, JR., et ux, et al, 1976. 3500. 5 27 2tp 6,3 SERVICE CO. Ph 472 9767.
Bradford County Telegraph. property, and the names in ATTORNEY FOR PEF30NALREPRESENTA ;! As the property of the above Defendants( ) Gainesville tfchg

DATED this 4th day of May which it was assessed are as TIVE: named defendant and that on GILBERTS BROWNBY
1976. follows Monday, the 14th day of June, NOTICE OF SALE : BeuldhM. Moody SALE 2 BR block home.
Certificate, No 9 1976 at twelve o'clock Noon Family room with lire place. MOBILE HOME MOVING| Also
George H. Pierce, Esq; "force'' Ef on Notice is hereby given that, Reduced
$1.000 nwliilt ,
Now home hurtltin:
Year of Issuance !said day on the | unchonng
GILBERT BROWN 1974 Hardy P.A.; P.O Dravi/11 1030 premises of the order Clerk of Circuit Court of
; pursuant to an or a final 616
500. Ph. 964 6262 or 964- and mobile hl>ino roof
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Stdrke. Florida, 32091 Bradford County Jail I will offer judgment of foreclosure enteredin Bradford County Florida 8417 '
3tchg 6/3 coatmc dm MOQllE Humu
COURT Description of Property: SE 1/4 Telephone: 964 5701 for sale and sell to the highest the above captioned I Iveil 5 20 4tchg 6 10 ) s
of NE1 1 1/4/ Ex 1 A bidder for cash hand action. Service. !'Jb4 5fa06 ::it. Hd
Cemetery, Sec: 5'20 2tchg 5'27NOTICE in the
sell the situated
\ property in 16W & Jct. 233 Su"ke I 11.1| i
13 TWP 6 above
S R21 described
BY: s/BeuIdh Moody property of said Bradford County, Florida, Amway ProductsNew tfchg
Deputy Clerk OFAPPLICATION satisfy the described asCommence :
5/6 4tchg 5/27 Name in which assessed: Frasier aforesaid Execution. MEICEI : Florida

--- Kelly Est, c/0 Jessie Mae Hagan TAX DEED FQf at the Northwest I will l not be responsible for DistributorProluct'i WILL BABY SIT for any aqe

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff corner of the Northeast quarterof any debts made by anyone child in my home. 964 6821

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF All of said property being in the Bradford County, Florida Southeast and other than myself. ur11" || tfchg
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Florida County of Bradford State of that Steve Bires & ""aren 5/W/; 4tchg 6/10 East along the Northerly Harold K :Norman 110111. a Personal I - -

BRADFORD COUNTY Unless/ such Hunnicut Jr the holder \Of the .--------- BWVVV- boundary thereof to the 5:2U: 4tchK 6:10: ('arrMONEY WANTED-Residential site for
or certificates IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Westerly boundary of the right swimming pool. Leading
certificates shall be following hYrt filed] - - -
CIVIL ACTION according to law the redeemed said certificates for a tan JIted to BRADFORD COUNTY of way of State Road 100; BUILDING, REMODELING BACK distributor wants a "rice backyard

described in such property be issued thereolThe FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISIONFile thence Southeasterly along said Repairs, Room additions, GUARANTEErimiip'HilV to display maw 1916
Case No. 75-126 certificates will be sold to the or certificate numbers and war Of Westerly boundary 476 feet for Garages and carports ;I ;; ,71;! model of above ground pool.

highest bidder at the issuance, the descriptor!) \Of the Number 76.139CPIN pant of beginning. From point enclosed, kitchens, baths and Or Ilix-2lfll 1 Top consideration given for

IN RE: The Adoption of JESSIE house door on the 8th court of property and the naAr\ \ of beginning thus described roofing. Free estimates, Marcus Ed llornsbv prime location Don'f miss this

THOMAS JINKS ROBIN June, 1976 day which it was assessed Are a* RE: ESTATE OF HELEN C continue Southeasterly along Griffis 4732108 5'27 opportunity. Call :384 5156

LORENE BIRDYSHAW and follcYVVs; SMITH, Deceased. said Westerly boundary 312 feet 4tchg 6/17 .V27Zlp3 Jacksonville collect tfchg S 6



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\ Senior Citizens For The Month Of June 1976. This Is To Show Our Appreciation

\ For Those Who Have Done So Much. .

So Seniors This Is The Time To Go Thru The Attic And Find That Discarded Item .

Here's HOW It Works 000 Write Down The Items You Wish To Advertise, Bring To Our Office

135 W Call Street. Prior To Noon Monday We Will Run It For You FreeUp To 4 Weeks) ,

No Commercial Advertisements: Please

Reg Real Estate Broker
Sundays 2u6S.Water St. e '
( FOR SALE J National Advertising

1 0::35 A.M. Irene Paul Faulkner-Broker Faulkner-Assoc. Sl -O

WPXE Radio. 964-5066 '.K. EDWARDS, 'III" A _
.FOR'SALE: Mobile 'home 'I is J s
PERSONAL SERVICE FOR SALE l' $95 down. Few lots still available 1490 rr- 2 BR Frame 90' x 100' lot ASSOC..INC. REALTOR r. er

In several subdivisions. $7,90000 475-2639. or 473-2689 trlville At'Ph
468-1551. tfchg. - -

.. Jimmy Moore's 5 Room Frame, carpeted &
-- --- -
New 3 BR. 2 bath home with aoc .s C
SEWING MACHINES'repaired, FOR SALE: Mobile Home Pans FOR. SALE: Roll roofing $5 per Sun Sports panelled, air cond., 1 acre, tobeaubfutLake'' Brooklyn M1.00O. a R 11JTY
all makes cleaned oiled and and supplies. OLIN'S MOBiLE roll, shingles $10.50 per sq., $15,900.00
adjusted $7 Work guarHOME SALES. Hwy. 100 W. plumbing fixtures, Fiberglass MORE BOAT FOR 1._ Lake Lot-near Keystone Heights, ,
anteed. James Strickland Starke, 964-5606. tfchg tub and shower enclosures. YOUR MONEY 57 acres beautiful land frontage pavedeaphc.Resylayur /
TF mobllehomeS5.500
corner Morgan Road & Hwy :. : THE I 1 .
-- -- CENTER 301 STARKE onHwy30151OOOgoodterms ------
16 tfchg SALES & SERVICES rTappii-" South, tf c h' PH 964-5791 Lake Lots-one acre. OK for mobile ): .1

...=::-'.=:- -- antes used appliances, -- ------ --- COMPLETE OUTBOARD & We have several 20 acre tracts I in homes, clear, water sklllng lake Cecelia Terwillegar//
ALCOHOL.ICS ANONYMOUS: washing machines dryers FOR SALE: New & Used furnlSTERN DRIVE SERVICE improved pasture with pecan Prices Keystone start owner at financed 110,900, near
of the home Is American
114 Christian Street Starke A/C. electric and gas stoves. ture, new carpet & AND REPAIR trees-Some of the nicest land in Ownership a grand
Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8 THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 Congoleum/ cloth 30 cents Bradford County. 3 BR, 2 bath, good neighborhood, tradition and over 64 percent of the houses
pm Tues. 1 p.m. Women's South COMPLETE FIBERGLASS near schools, swimming pool, apartments condominiums. etc., are owned by the
tfchg. yd., 1 cent - -
zippers inch. .
per REPAIR fenced back yardS living there.
Group. Call 964 5709, 964- persons
-- 301
5434 or 9646894. 16tp 6/24/ South CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS Acres-Clay Co zoned agriculture.Prices However, household ownership is higher among the
10 20 PATIO COVER Installed tfchg.
x : older in this country. Less than 22 percent of
.- - -- FISHING BOATSSANDERS start at fe.400t0down. 10 persons
: ::: : 14000. ---------- -=
AVON C ALLING: Totuy ofSellAvon. $100 00, uninstalled Ralph Bryan Real Estate "'''OllOeve'eble,' the American households with heads under 25 years of
Gator Mobile Home Service FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand
are owned by the resident
Call 755-2807 or write $55.22 $24.96. Lake cottage on beautiful 100' of
:372-9767. tfchg gun handguns in Lots
Specializing Acreage On the other hand, 75 of those
approximately percent
Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 __ 25 automatic from white sand beach $29,000 owner
------ guns
Lake City Florida tfchg. For Building or Mobile Homes. financed Spring Lake. heads of households between the ages of 45 and 54 own
-. .- -. FOR SALE: Diamond needles $49.96. Dahmers Discount LAWN SERVICE - - their own dwellings.
for any stereo, over 247 tfchg. Lots on Sampson Lake 100 ft.Waterfront Lots on Santa Fe Home ownership is something in which you can take
acres of have them --------- --- 964-5529 on water. $7,800 Residential Homesites $9,000 to
different ones we owner pride. Allow us to show you a new or previously owned
pastures, many wooded trails. an. rrer'. Discount. FOR SALE: Sears 3 wheel financing. $12,500 Good terms. home

$25 per month. For further ____________ bicycle. Like new. Cost $189, LICENSED/ INSURED _ - -
information please call 964- only$75. Ph.964.5162or964- 13t pd( 7/1 BRYAN Bradford County BeautifulViacre
NEEDED Small homes in good repair.
1 homesites,
FOR SALE: acre
7490. Wed., Thurs.. Friday
8417. 5/20 3tchg 6/3 IB homesites with access to
between 10 and 2. 5/20 4tchg Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi.W. ________ ____ Realtor/ Santa Fe. Only 7 lots left. $320 in in
6/10 of Starke on Rd 100. Owner BRASINGrON NEEDED: 300 acres approx. 100 pasture 200

__ _ financed. 964-6488 after 6 CadillacOldsmobilep.mtfchg. at*LIOI>' 964 8788 day or night down, $40_a_month._ timberland.
Desk Spindles! THEOFFICE
& Service
SHOP, Ph. 9645764.Public Lake Hampton Oaks. 14! acre PREFERRED PROPERTIES
u ------ --- FinrSclertionOjUvrv I
lake lots $14,500. 1 acre MINI-FARM Charming rustic home with 4.29 of the

t MOTORCYCLES 1 CoiIllat'Trad"1I Cars/ / Tatecn On U3 rn Lhomesite! 4000.. prettiest acres you'll ever see on a paved road and
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minutes to town
2001 N.W. 13 3785301GAINESVILLE
AuctionEvery for our opening of
/ C. Sc_rion.
lran Bradford County's "Keystone
tf SWIMMING POOL Hot and tired? Have fun and relax
Oaks" a new residential subd. in back yard family enjoyment plus Ideal
Wednesday and Saturday Nights at 7 p.m. REALESTATE your own
FOR SALE: New 1976 Suzuki one mile from Keystone with 1
entertaining. An attractive home with a marvelous
motorcycle 60 miles Only Consignments Welcome "", 'J'.w v '. .- '.'_ ac. and Vj ac. homesites. Sites Florida room. Easy financing.
$450 "'2' 964-6262 or 964- available immediately.
Turn Those Unused Items Into Cash! HICK'SPOODLE New 3 BR 1 54 bath stucco
8417 5/20 3tchg_ 6/3_ Phone 473-3621 CH&A,WW carpet Dec. stove, Look for model homes soon! GOOD NEIGHBORS Beautiful, nearly new home in

"' 4-2?Stchg 5-27 cor. lot.-$24,500, terms, Green Acres with everything you would want in a
SUZUKI OF STARKE Your Bill Lewis home. Owner is retiring from Navy and moving
.luthonzed Suzuki Denier Well built house on double corM.lsslsslppl.. Ninety financing to qualifiedPhonJ64
Owner & Auctioneer GROOMING 4 BR 3 bath, 4 acres-345,000
6020 304 East Gill ner lot in city, with 3 bedrooms client.
Strew' tfchg./ r 2 baths, living room, .
A i 0 "" Two Full Time 38R 1 bath, : family
l i..u. fenced cor. l t.r:15.000' room.nicekitchen.c"tralheat,: INVESTMENT acres adjacent to Piggty-Wiggly
'I GroomersAppointments and air, separate utility room plus a gracious two story home with CH&A
J & D ROOFING 2 BR $8,400 terms. plus swimming pool.

t FOR SALE "J For frame LAND BOOM Florida is scheduled for a land boom in '
I 2 BR 99,200. 18 acres in Lawtey
I Your Convenience acre 1978 similar to 1920 consider 60 acres on Bessent plus
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t>> home and trailer.KEYSTONE .
5-10 acre tracts high land on
964-78375/20-6/24 8.7 Acres in Starke, $15,500
DAY LILIES FOR SALE: Mae I L I paved road, Graham area. PARADISE LAKE Large recently
256 North 7th Street - built brick home in jewel like which offers the
Powers setting
3 BR. 1 Bath, CB. Equity & a
II __ Lg. Frame house on corner lot in
Fla. Itchg 5/27 '1 in comfort surrounded of
Macclenny assume 6 percent mtg. ultimate living by plenty
I Close
city. shopping area.
- II I $17,500 property
Swimming pool owner I'IWell[ Drilling I _ _

II 12 Acres.well, pole & Septic 3 to 6 acres clear, 4 mi. N/Wof Road 18
transferred must be sold. I All Types RoofingResidential I OPPORTUNITY 35 acres on near Hampton
Above ground aluminum, I 2" Thru 6" tank, fenced, $15,000 Staike. Lake which offers an exciting future. The potential as a
original factory crate, never I Fast Rotary - private residence or total development are boundless.
& Commercial
erected. Will move & install 36.35 Acres 1300 ft. on US 301 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites,
on your, property, Pay balance I FREE Roof f I InspectionNew I ''Drilling Equipment I S5s,5oo-good terms. N W. of Starke Terms. WE'RE SELLING A LIFE STYLE Unique Spanishtype
of $795. Call 721 0122 collect. _ home with tremendous living room with stained
5/1341chg6/3 I EOrRepairs I It State Licensed I glass windows and fireplace 3 BR, 2 B, CH&A, kitchen

- -- 1_ I I We have farms, commercial & GeorgeRobertsJro and breakfast room -doubtecarport paved driveway
Call 964-7410 business property. five city lots with towering trees and unusual plants
I p s I which lends an air of grace and tranquility
HOUSE OF Free Estimates 5/20-8/12 J tf 964-7826
VACUUMS: Many brands of j_ _ Call anytime also evenings
new machines -'- 'I I (associates) 964-7154 782-3397 CROSBY LAKE We have picturesque waterfront
ExportUsed New & Used property to sell.easy terms.
Quick while wail
available. all I I '' copy you -1-
miikes, Parts and accessories : IAWTEY 11,. 500) copies at a reasonable
Olin Subdivision Sales- FOR THE SOMEBODYS IN THE WORLD Natural
s 1'.
for all vacuums. Built-in, PartsVIC@I, 78238O6Floriland price THE OFFICE: SHOP.I'll. ,
central vacuum cleaning E-Z TermsPlumbing L1-r r ....... w". A urMrJ !'H5I-376I.: surroundings, so much for the money.well built
home in an excellent location..8'i percent financing
systems. 404 NW 10th Ave. I I ,I'
I for preferred client.
G-iinesville. 3767110. tfchg 1 ( .
i I I I I I 'Realty
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Mimosa: Manor FOR SALE
-Swimming pool I I 393 N. Temple Ave. Mobile Homo Parts
sacrifice 1
Leading Terwillegar, Realtor

has manufacturer aluminum and rectangular distributor. ,. c T it ti- "IIF as tae s I New I InstallationRemodeling I 3 BR Cor. Lot 15000. !5\ Afire! PhriTo 206 West Madison Avenue Starke,, Florida
- LiveLarge
pools loft over from 1975 I 1 Acre Building Lots on RD 16.
1 1/2/ Rent' '30 Per Mo. Water 8 Lots
season For
price guaranteed Acre
%: Furnished'I I RepairsDurrance I - m OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
installation and terms. Call Sewage 31 Acres, 1/4 mi. on St. Rd., GYabrd Care HOME PHONE 964-5145
collect/ Jacksonville days or Call Mark Olin 964-5608 Hwy 16 8 Morgan Rd. I I I Ideal For SubdIviding. Cans
evenings 904 398-5103. tfchg "I I - Mail Boxes _'_ ___ .
'- - 48 Acre Farm with home 112mi. -
Cent. Sewaqe PlantGarbage
GARAGE SALE: Sat. May 29. on St. Rd. 229
10am. until 6 p.m. 5 families I ) Pumps & SupplyCompany I -- - 1 Car Parking Pickup

\III1thlolsofeverythlng. South :Jr he tearkina cJLot Cor. lot, with storage Bldg. Concrete Patio
of Lawtey on 301, 1 block past O Improved Street ARE YOU INTERESTED I ?
Amoco Station 1tp 5.27, T I I Income Property for Sale Electric Service to .
- Dog IriJ.l.l.iTmBathing & r 864 N, Temple Ave. -- 200 Amperes
i FOR SALE: 48 inch chain link rlt( I I House for MMeredGa, l
fence $1 55 ft, installed Free I Starke Are interested in securinga

E.tint..'M. 1 289 2141 ""27 All Breeds I 964-7061 TF I VER Re-Rent575.00mo.. ODOM Move In Bonus you

1 4tchg 6/17 A-_ __ __ ,-J Broker FREE permanent job?
1 Month Rent
404 W Madison St. Starke 964 5476 964-7700
FOR SALE: Kenmore electric Electric Hookup
stove self cleaning, avodaco Closed Sun. 4 MonT Are you interested in good
Call For Appointment Long Champ
excellent condition 175.964 phon 964-7498
5041._ Itp 5/27 964-5221 (Next Piggly 3/18.8/10 1 Wiggly Home and HOUSE FOR SALE l[, wages ?


FOR Pinschers SALE AKC E: registered Doberman 8 BuildingMaterials rbreisvAatyoutwtvealwavs desired. Are you interested in liberal

weeks old. 1 male' "female' MULTIPLELISTINGS

tails docked wormed. ..... OPFN DAM.V/ 3 BR 1 1/2 Bath Home 5 company benefits ?
cteclaws removed 4681598 WE BUILD
.n .
Waldo, Fla. $110 each. lip \ p "YOUR PLANS OR OURS Construction on so'

5'27 "" YOUR LOT OR OURS" frontage bV 700'' deep lot at 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Vi acre, out Florida Steel Corporationin
- GoodAUCTION Lake of town. Low down I if qualified.year .
FORS L :-Five G78x15 -FREE ESTIMATESpeon
tires blackwall 8 ply SATURDAY MAY 29 -10 REMODELING REPAIRS; I Bill Powell Broker 3bedroomlbath,2btsoatof hiring hourlyproduction
rating. Call Steve Thomas a.m. ADDITIONS 964.6464 town. Low down if qualified. workers
after 5.30 p.m. 9647385. It HOMES BOUGHT right

5/27_ _ SPECIAL "RAINCHECK"AUCTION SOLD TRADED Call 964 Wayne_6593 Douglas tfn down 3bedroan,1bathinciryLow' : if ;qualified.; : : now. So if I you are interested -
FOR SALE -Daylilies. colors, don't
hybrids newest varieties. 964.6853 2 bedroom 1 bath, 2 acres, out wait,

cents Diplcxds and and up.Tetraploids Mrs. R.F..50 Call Us About Bringing In Your Hwy 301 S Starke 'F MOBILE HOME of town. Apply now.

Young, 203 Christian St. Farm Industrial & Construction Equipment Acreage of all sizes, from $700
An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F
2tp and
of All Kinds Now. -- PARK per acre up.
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"GRAPEFRUIT PILL" with Dia- rift'. Your Equipment' the Market Place GARAGE Friday &SALE Sat WALK INSIDE TO BRADFORD Cm LIMITS SQUARE FRED SACKETT Florida SteelCorporation

dex plan more eat convenient satisfying CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO CASH 1221) Bradford St. OR DOWNTOWN 70S N.REALTOR Temple (US-701)!
than grapefruits '
30 Per Montit
and lose weight. MustSelGoing/ To 964-6522, 465-1753
meals ,Cf.S N. E. FLORIDA EQUIPMENT: aO/vo/
Andrews\ Drugs Keystone \*,:* At'CTION e Seminary ALL CITY CONVENIENCES Associates I
Heights. 5/212tp 6/3 FIRE. POLICE PROTECTION

-- .:. - __ U. S. 17 North Green Cove Springs Household Items 6 Furniture CITY GAS WATER AND SEWER Bill Trigg-Nita 468.1642

Atnortml! tlit index card file JAX. 282-4389 tp"lulter Jo-Lu Motel9848810TFCHa I Dick Coss-Nite, 9646364 Box Sib Baldwin FI a.
Ph. ((904)284-5977) Salven liquid Mac McConnell-Nite 964-8789
TIIK: OKFICK SHOP. Ph. 961- JAX TOLL "tl cleaner Tilt: OfTICK: SHOP. Off SR 217 East t of f Baldwin 2f 8/3
Ph. 964-5704.

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Dinner. Will' Be

PRIZES Invites You To Our Annual Served From

FUN FOR ALL 5:00: To 7:30: P.MI


We Also Have

Donations $1.50

With All The Trimmings Take Out Boxes

Saturday, May 29 9 Starke Elementary CafeteriaThe

Members Of The Starke Shrine Club Thank Those Listed Below For Their Cooperation Rnd Urge

Everyone To Give Them Hs Much Of your Business Rs Possible

orman's Farm Produce Market W.T. Jackson, Inc. Ed Wainwright Insurance Agency White Electric 3T Shop Florist Corner & Gift Shop
STARKE Railroad Contractor Battery & Service, Inc.

Fred Sackett Realty Garden Restaurant & Son Builders Jack Southard RoofingHIGHLAND
The Magic Needle Suzuki of Starke Compliments of:

1517 Bessent Road M's Small Engines, Inc. J.H. McCarthy The Office Lounge Macclenny Shoe Store
nf Starke Millard Judd

Durrance Pump & Well Drilling Kentucky Fried ChickenNancy's Gainesvillle Neon Signs Blair Nursery, Inc.
J.E. Hardy Auto Sales Thomas Oil Company
Eugene & Pauline TannerNew Flowers Refrigeration Service Gene Eunice Family Gary Fraser

Noegel's 301 Liquors & Lounge Nell Crawford
:Method Cleaners Uniter Farm Agency Palm Lanes Hazel's Grocery 121 Standard Service
Thompson's Garage Gene EngelCrawford's Paul & Irene Faulkner
Frank Herndon
Harold Bishop Carefree Campers \\'or Id of Sound I
Sears Merchant Roger's Upholstery & Roofing "66" StationMcDonald's Dr. J. E. Denmark

Julia's Flowers Grlffls& Son Fiberglassing Wlnn-Dlxie

inkier Electric Inc Thornton & Son Salvage 4 & K Feeds Food Fair-Pantry Pride Thomas Mini MarketBlanton's t'linpraillumt'

Aircraft Service, Inc. Keith riffle;
Branding Iron Restaurant Hammond's Discount House Bush's Fishing Supplies & Nursery: Bradford County Telegraph I GroceryRAIFORD
N. Bradford Keystone Airport
Square John M.: Brlnkley Funeral HomeMac's
Uodd's Sunoco Art (Doc) Holllday
George Ricks Salvage Kiefer
Mr. & Mrs. A. R.
T G & Y
: Liquors
Taxi Service Rosha's Beauty Shop
Fuquay's C.II. Nasworthy Faulkner's Gulf Service
\moco Service Station Garden Acres Subdivision John W. Powell Hi Lo Grocery Dr. Robert Lowell Phillips!
Gulf[ Life Insurance Sawyer-Slade Gas or Starke
Linda & Jim Wharton
B & :M Starter & Generator Starke KOKampground Poor Boys Grocery Thrift Hardware
Ralph BryanSherman's Zedra Hamilton
Martin S. Clance
Greyhound Bus Lines Powell's Dairy Freeze J. D. Griffls Grocery George Rliodrn Agency
Mobil Service Davis Trucking Company
Ray's Shell Service Insurance Real Estate:
Dixie :Motel Loudon's Beauty Shop Dobbs Amoco
Louin Redding Gerald E. Brown Insurance
Manning Hardware G & II FoodsMacclenny
Slarkt'lotor: Court Denmark Furniture Company
:Mr. Otto's Beauty SalonEagle's Florida Pelt Control WORTHINGTON
Sopwith Camel Flying Service : Building/ SuppliesLee's
city: Barber Shop Paul's Drive-In Cleaners
Family Discount Kllp & Kurt I Keystone AirportBuff's SPRINGS Burger Hut
the Thomas Barnes Family Suwannee Store Ed BostEastern

M. E. Cribbs Garage Doc's Saw ShopSeay's Ynrbrough Gas Service, Inc.V .
Temple Motel Wt'SIt'rnuto Associate Store Oil Triest Construction
US: 301 & RD 100 Charlie Cribbs Market
Pizza Hut Koch's Drug Store
Wishbone Fried Chicken Herman Lee Standard Station Roy W. TyreHomestead Williams Town & Country Glen Cash Stort'lIollllay
Inn Gulf & U-Haul The Village Cobbler Blain Thompson Restaurant Service Station
Edward C, McMurray
\lon/o GriffinSpence's
Morgan's Barber Shop Bullington's Studio Terwillegar Ford Real Estate The Farmer's Basket Clyde Seay

Chevron Station
I.f'taIorgan: Flowers By Larry Starke Auto Center Elmer Thomas Baldree
:Mama Louisa's Restaurant Leila's Dress & Gift Shop Shuford's Standard Station Bradford County Rescue Service Keystone hills Inc. _
fOoRt'naIott'l: 173-2021 Associated Southern Millwrights. Inc.Green's nor 1ft
Superior CleanersEmployees
Starke Pel Center Sonny's Fat Boy's Bar-B-Q Gerald & Kay Baillie '

New Englander Motel Keystone Barber Shop GroceryMitchell's of Eagle'sDepartment
: Drug Store The Godfather Bradford County Medical Staff
Brooker Super Market I Store
David Browning
Gem Jewelry Bradford Barber Shop Bill Graudon & Sons AKE BUTLER Carroll's

Olin'sIoblle: Homes Heating & Air Conditioning Green Frog Ceramic & Gift Shop Grocery Warren Williams
Stan's Mudd Heating & Air Conditioning
Russell II. Green, Jr
Florida Bank at Starke Florida Rock Industries Si's AmocoGene
lames Timothy Dirge Denny Concrete Division Glen Barber Shop

George W. Brown Rf'frlgerallon'our Friendly Store Snyder HAMPTONWaters Glen St. :Mary
ladcock Furniture Judge a.A. Green' Jr.Rosier's .
Monument & Nursery American Family Sound Dale Brown Clem's Bait & Tackle Grocery & Restaurant Tom's Factory I Outletdleii
CB & Radio Judge fheron A. Yawn, Jr. St.Mary: '

barley E. Johns Agency Inn & Wayne Whiff en Rivers Hardware & Furniture Ralph's Garagf'I
G.S. Brown Frank Williams r'l. J.C. Harvey

Community Stale Bank ci.it; Circuit Court logan Smith State Representative McLeod's Barber Shop Hampton General Store Glen SI. :MaryWALDO

Vndrews Drugs ,Julian E, IMcRae ,VI' Hon. Doyle E. Conner Archer Funeral Home National Protein
Life of Georgia Secretary of Agriculture
Keith's Beauty Shop Carolyn Sanford Eddie & Viola AllenRlalock'e
!Meat Market Shaw, Kopelousos & Head Andrews Drugs Oasis Lounge/(

holiday Inn C & F Ceramics
Pine Air Farms
Dr. O. L. Haynes Jr. MACCLENNYCrawford's lInlt'rnlhIUt'!
Starke Paint Center
Mrs. Dave Paulk. The Pack Rat Lake Butler Farm Center
Lazenby Pools Grooming& Styling Kasinger'H! Orange Shop
Pinehurst Grocery Phone 9M-6471
Jimmy Bowen Connie & Jean Clark Spires Store
Tommy Johns
Chief of Police Wilson AntiquesShudrick's
Lester & Mary Humphries Bradford County Abstract
BaldwinChevroletOldsiuaranty Union County Crossroads Sands Motor CompanyOdom's
\rcher Funeral Home I
Laura Clark & Cliff Oehler The Richard Jockel Family
Federal Savings & Loan John Whitehead
Department Store '
L.J. Kitet'ulpwoud II 0 bb!I s Ihde-VWuy I '
City Fish & :Meat Market Johnson Farm Supply
& Timber Dr. Gruen
Harry O. B. Dukes
Dr. & :Mrs. R. A. Johnson Waldo
George Roberts Harrell FruiteK I plublf'lark.1:

Betty & Howard Center Insurance Real Estate Piggly Wiggly Billy C. F. Miles :Market Dr. & :Mrs. Jimenez McCaenney lieggs Gulf; Station

Bowen's Pest Control
Craft Salvage & Used: Cars George Pierce & The Barking Lot Jim's Furniture Paul's Recall
Waldo Farmers & Flea :Market
Dudley Hardy David & Angela Van
l'ndf'r"oodIotel: Five Winds
Lodge Joe Shaw's Wrecker Service Granvlll
S. Kirkland &
hot V Gene Long The Garden Restaurant '\ & .1. Texaco
Charles G. Furr
\ A Rental Fayne and Bernice BatemanGAINESVILLE The Stretch Sewing Shop
\ FriendHurst's
J.R. Kelly
Citizens Bank of Macclenny
101 Tavern Frank's Barber Shop
Shell Station Mr.: & :Mrs. AJ. Coston Richard & Palsy Hunter Brown's 1.lIulldl'rpllt'Id.'kpt: .
F & L Fruits & Gifts Parrlsh Sandwich Company Parrish Food Store
Merrill Edwards Merrill Williams Wholesale Discount Cargo Gas Station I

City Clerk State Farm Insurance Longchamp Homes, Inc. Charter Air Service Western Auto Associate! Store

Gainesvillle Airport :Mrs. Edward J, Crews Fred Donaldson
\ Friend Richard E. Welty Gator Ranch Supply, Inc. Pernini's Restaurant
Hill's Van Service, Inc. Karelle's Town Shop II"III mOl Produce

Register Oil Company Jf'nt'va1: (Neva) Flynn Eddie's Fina McLeod's Beauty Shop
Jim Hall Paint Store Rodgers Variety I Town & Country Motel

Harry Green's' Auto Parts Judge Elite Sanders Stuckey'sWPXE Carlton's TV
University City Florist R ayner', Pharmacy I Randall I I LesterLAWTEY

Carlwood Interiors, Inc Dolph Reddish Radio Delores' Beauty Shop
larke Builders' Supply Sheriff Florida Rock Industries Inc. The Cracked Pot

.arver'. Service Station & Denny Concrete Division A City Councilman
Draw-Tite Biggs Body Shop & Laundry Goober's Shop Crossroads Book Store &

Hoover Ball Bearing Company Gainesville Bonded Warehouse, Inc. Lyman Green's Bar-B-Q Craft Shop II. C. Kelly
Stump's Gordon Air Conditioning

Jackson. Building Supplies Williams Neon Signs Prltchett's Gulf Service Station Dutch's Pizza Our Friend Date
Starke; & Keystone Heights Torode Oil Company The Gold Dust Twins
Sonny's Fat Bar B Roberts Baker County Farm Supply
Boy's -Q E.R. Priest Service Station
William Silcox !Mr. & Mrs. J.D. Odom Sleepy Hollow Motel Waldo Rd. & SW 13th St.

Standard Oil Distributor Lake Butler Auto Repair Bennett's Tire & Texaco l.a"ley Barber & Beauty. Shop
E.W. Hodges, Jr. rown-Central Lumber Company Gainesville Florist

"Starke Motor Parts McCray Building Supplies Robert Combs ('c.' & Alice :\1 Anderson
:Martin Tackle Company Inc. Pal & Brenda Farnsworth Latimer Tire Company ,

Ot'ulckulo Parts, Inc. Rockers BarRaulerson Paul Davis New !Life Temple, Inc.
Sportsman's World Truck Stop James Cannon Coca-Cola Bottling Company,
Barbara's Beauty Shop Grocery Thomas Rhodtn Real Estate Waters Groceryllerndon .
t"armersIutual: Exchange Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company Sanderson
"tIt'gf'I'sulo Sales David Lawson Paint & Body Shop Baker County Federal Credit Union
Trucking & Produce
Bradford Furniture Industries RC Bottler of Gainesville Inc. Bill's Grocery
Jo-Lu Motel & R. P. McLendon, Photography Sanderson ..I acc I enny.Motor ParUDlnklns Company

Mobile Home Park Georgia-Florida Poultry Cement Precast Products
The Bob Shannon Family Claude Fraser Jewelry I Eunice Nursery

Bargain Center Eli Witt Olustee
Hardware Montgomery Ward Company Peeples Gulf Bradford Package Store

CardJn Brothers G.M A C Farmers & Dealers BankMIDDLEBURG :

Joe's Saw Shop Irene's Beauty Shop Baker County Saw Shop KEVGSLEYLAKE

Bonnie' Hair Styling Galnt'svllleIarlne!
Edward Safety Service Norman Sanders Juanlta's Flowers & Gifts
Rock Haulers I Inc.
Ideal Laundry
Lewis Timber Company Inc. Farm Bureau Insurance Williams Jewelry First Federal Savings Loan of Lake City

D.M. HaleBradford Jeffcoat Neon SignsLJpham THERESSARaley's Macclenny Branch Lu's Tavern *
ABP Systems
Steve Scot Whitehead

Richard Mumford. Jacksonville Motel Park Builders MIS Music Company Grocery Badcock Furniture Strickland's Landing


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I BHS Varsity Goes- Seniors Spring-Practice Game Thursday

t'reppml lor ate/ 'itimrmrcc

this Kiiiluy Tornado, vnrsity Hume opportunity londitions to perform," under!Head outstanding competition In the good football team next fall it I Hursc can always point with Those teams were outsized by Current varsity gridders amazingly< at strong side-line-
footballers( rolled 110 over I ouch David nurse of the graduates, several of whom will take working out this authority to his slate championship many opponents, but had the have worked hard this spring, baiker A number of others
their former teammates, the! nnnuul vnrsity-semors says will play college football. The summer Quickness! on the football learns of l5 reputation of coming back and dome have found themselves are on the verge; if they work
graduating s*,'nioi s n ::1 i. ri'gul.ilion \ The I seniors usually battle. coaches got a good look at offensive line Is the biggest/ |( and iiHib! Those players didn't strong in the second half to Ilurse points out. as hard as Jimmy the Torna
foot) Thursday strong; battle put up a conditions and varsity playerscan team at this point Coach over the summer they came strength of their superior phy- For instance Jimmy Clark fine football team, the coach
Next year's look at themselves in lur.se I says. in voluntarily Ilurse suites sical condition. just this week has improved states! ,
'1C really helpus! the varsity players movies this week and attemptto
got to knock .
heads with some correct weaknesses. There
was quite a number of turn-
overs of the football; both Union High Gridders HeadingFor FLORIDA GRAHAM
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR teams having trouble receiving
the ball from the centeron '
the wet field. "I'In* :'I1..v.. & I llvr lIighll""

Let first varsity touchdown Jamboree In ChieflandLAKE THEATRE
us explain '
our energy came on a pass from Andrew starlings'(' Land (U-uring
Carter to pro man Allan Norman
The second was a 20- (Hoping to Union County faces Williston showing. The pressure will be FBI!. SAT SUN.
saving system yard run around the end by maintain the Union County In the first quarter and on, because our people will be GREENCOVE
fullback Jimmy Clark. Both tradition of winning, assistant Dunncjlon in the third. Play looking at them for next EATH
TD's came in the fourth football coach Frank Yanossy begins at 8 p.m. year's strength," Yanossysaid.
period. QB Jimmy Prevatt Will lead only eight veterans Double duty men for the .
COMPLETELY added both extra points. and a bunch of freshmen and Tigers tonight will be four- Starting offense will include MACHINES
The seniors scored in the sophomore Into the 1976 foot- year starter Glen Kemp tight end Danny Johns
third period on a 50-yard run ball jamboree tonight (Thursday Daryl Williams DonaldDukes tackles Daryl Williams andJoe
_.-.. ..It; by Beaver DeSue, but it was May 27)) in Chit-Hand Mike Dukes and Norman, guards Tony Att IEADT NOW!
: I INSTALLED called back on a holding in- "We will have to shift Danny Johns. UHS will try to Roberts and Fred demons i Ti1 CROWN INTERNATIONAL IIiJI I.ibrltvPolice t.l'Ol'el'Y.n
.fraction. around in the jamboree to\find duplicate last year's wishbone center Wayne demons, split I. COLOR PICTURES RFLEASE .
The seniors moved the ball out best combinations. We offense and monster defense. end Willis Jackson, quarter- I ("Teen ..I ur S,,wluigs, ,,,
well between the 20 yard pla.n to win, but our success Defense will be the stronger back Glen Kemp, fullback 1 PLUS l't'IHII.tIl1l'IIt
markers, but didn't threaten depends on what they do side of the UHS play, Dean Dukes and halfbacks L i '
other than the one time. against us offensively." although, Yanossy said Sam Jackson and Mike Dukes. I : I 7 1 H.I nk of (it"<-en ('mo Springs/
$1490(2TON Senior QB Richard Lashleywas Yanossy predicted, admittinga "when you think on your bestside ,I. I'. 11111. Jr
I hurt in the first half. lot of pressure will be put on the other Isn't as good as Defensive starters in the' $fIIUIS1jYEHS.SiUAAiWHI11t1Atlr IJ
... .....,
Big took the play about liljn lni l 1)\>l '
Wayne Berry over younger res to it should be If we can think jamboree will be defensive X < ( ipnifnl I ompuirv
for Lashley and quarterbacked see varsity action. both ways we'll have controlat ends Handy Dukes and Danny J Las Vegas LadyDRIVEIN I'lllllir: JHI-.III07:

the senior eleven with Seven returning starters the jamboree" Johns; defensive tackles Leon .......................... ... .
( SYSTEM) authority, doing u good job quit the Tiger squad when Offense has been slow in Alexander and Jeff Snyder; lUtlcmk Home "Furnishing (niter
Coach Ilurse said. Berry did coach Jimmy Thomas getting started, coach linebackers Dean Dukes, I Lorraine 1 I'. \\nod
plus any necessary not play football in high school resigned, leaving gaps in the Yanossy said, although the Daryl Williams and Mike
t electrical work but concentrated on basket quarterback spot held by Paul players are now getting some Dukes; cornerbacks Willis UJITV'S Joy's
ball. He recently signed a bas- White for two years and several of the drives down. Five fresh- Jackson and Scott Cason; and
ketball scholarship with other positions. Fourteen men and two sophomores will safeties Glen Kemp and Ran- \ViMern ,lulo.lssuelate Store
Valencia Junior College at trainees expected to come out be carrying offensive and dall Griffis Fri Sat
Orlando. for practice four weeks ago defensive burdens in the start- Although no contracts have Itliodfii Barber' Shop
I SAVE $$ ON-l Running back Andrew Car. didn't show, putting inexperienced ing lineup who weren't there been issued for the upcoming Mel! Brooks'"BLl.ZlNG
) ter was the leading rusher for players in the driver's before Yanossy said, football season,coaches Terry Bradley |Drug Store
YOUR the varsity, Horse says, Full- seat of the Tiger season. "A bunch of young playerswill Stroemer, Carl Drake and .
ELECTRIC back Jimmy Clark ran hard. Several returning men will have to come through for Leonard Turner will be JOin- SADDLES Ivilliiims llard\tui
Tackle Bobby Smith and be going both ways tonight as us to make a presentable ing on the sidelines tonight 1 ,
BILL tight end Steve Earnest were \\'. K.: 'I Hun'IIKHK!
I credited With good blocking R.1 AW"C-:'=;:=:'C
Carrier' "SUPER I jobs offensively, Coach Ilurse Unbeaten Federal stmlfh.ikri (;IUl"'I'Y
new Guaranty PLUS
E" unit I Is now alto II' IIfI IIIIIIIIIII I iII II1111i h said, after watching movies of Leading --- '
the game AIUA J PAJUIL PKOOUCnON Inwn & ('ulllllrvWARR.EH
available. Demand la Defensively, there were no Dixie Youth Baseball After 3 Games : : BEAm, Healing & Mr oiiclitioiinin/
tee efficiency comparison i standouts but the defense .
before you buy. IIIIII IN IIU played well as a unit, Ilurse THE PARALLAX VIEW (licit l'a4'kagu'! Store. i
notes Currently undefeated with a Guaranty Federal l handedthe advantage of two walks, a ,- .
-"0 CriW AftvmuMAUwfSun
Carrier beat them all base
The seniors were 3-0 record, Guaranty Federal Chamber; of Commerce an hit and a sacrifice fly to ,R Oil's daitiKKutile ; :*-
up to 70% depending good football players pretty Coach continues to be the team to t 11-5 loss last Wednesday win the game evening its! :_ :!
on the brand. Ilurse stressed. "They usuallywin beat in the Dixie Youth Baseball behind the pitching of Scott record to 22.
League, facing Gem Allen. The Chamber team Howdy Waters led the SuperD
but we fell like we've progressed Mon I l'ulllllli..1 I hum.is
a_lot this spring." Jewelry Tuesday night in gave Scott the most trouble at the plate ith three hits IViinv I'urnis
The line Starke Recreation Department hc's'en so lar this season Barry Johnston was the
varsity is quicker "SmartiePants"
than last season, the coach sponsored play greeting him in the top of the winning pitcher, striking out : 10"1111.111'11I'4. iUlf Service
notes. first inning with three runs ontO nine and allowing just three

"But we've got to get 3 Girls Place In Slate hits hits Chamber of Commerce };-,
Scott! struck out seven ;
quicker if to the
we expect run batters before being relieved recorded its second win in the Come On Out
: veer offense with authority i\
AIR CONDITION SERVICE Hurse points out. SpednIOlymp ('!i in the fifth inning by Kenny other half of the doubleheader "
slopping Gem
I McNl'dl Scott has recorded
It will take hard work
over Three Bradford County girls And
Jewelry 6Kenny Clark, the
three wins in three starts.
ALL BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR the summer for the offensiveline
traveled to Friday, Scott and Kevin Griffis led winning pitcher drove in the -
CONDITION SYSTEMS to gain the quickness it May 14, to participate in the with two hits each winning runs of the fifth inning -
SERVICED Guaranty ,
needs, the veteran BUS coach 8 wrm Gay to Sommer
state Dribble-Shoot com- .
and Chamber Help Support
Mcthssa Greene
player Kenny
PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER slates Hurse says the players of the Special
petition Clark led all batters with Standings( (:May 21)) : n COLOR ADULTS I OM.V1
have been told if
they want a Olympics. three lllls.Jkll.lltItldllot. Guaranty Federal 3-0; C of Ole,LHAitc i ArtMSPMt*'PILtUHLbHELEASI I
Mary Burton and Kim Kru- : ) tliu Kupor I n J,2: Super D, 2-2; The StarkeShrine
TViiniiLesions" !' !' ger took first place in their Friday night in the first game Jewelry; 22.;' Elk's;;0.4' -....
To lie Offered divisions and Pat Stewart dl a double header and looked Schedule: Friday.Iay: 28 C'I "NaughtyRoommates"
earned third place. All three as though it might u in its first :3:3a:: ) Elks' vs Chamber Club
Starke Golf and Country girls received medals. of the season leading 3.2 going Commerce.: 7 p.m.
Air Conditioning Club will sponsor tennis Mary and Kim now advanceto into the filth But the Super D Federal vs Super D. ,
lessons this summer for six a regional contest, which tied and won the !game in the .Juno 3.JO: Gem Jewelry vs
weeks July 5-August 13. has not yet been slated. sixth inning Super I) took Super I D.
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When small children are at the table, set examples you want
Bill Draws CriticismHAMPTON manners them to,follow, they'll imitate your food choices und table

A bill for $32 bidders on the project.
incurred by advertising an -Rejected) bids on repair of PRE ARRANGED
Environmental Protection the city dump truck because?
..t T Agency meeting here drew of lack of funds No decision FUNERALS
criticism by the town council
on alternatives made
I r here Tuesday night, but alter a lengthy discussion was Some people prefer to make funeru range-
Iid" payment was authoi'i/ed by PL MS 3-1 vote of the council chief George Davis who said preferences And he or she wants some assure
''I pay my own bills," said he had attended a county ance that these wishes be followed. This
member AC. approach
commission meeting to
It is best.
?S .r adding that request $2,400 for purchase of
whoever incurred the bill a new fire truck from the With the rising cost of everything, a prearranged .
should pay for it Dennison Florida Forestry Service. funeral will not cost any more lhantodays ;;
I joined Hampton mayor Request would have to be prices only the interest on the prear- "
.zk. the Arthur bill,Bruno in objecting to submitted fur consideration in rangement. Come in and talk to us about this.
apparently referring
budget form. Davis said he
--- : --- to council. chairman Ted was told. I I'm sure there are many questions to be asked.
Flirtatious daddy aline 1 (Sylvia Reddish) takes a not-so- directed by Richard Jockel<< : (facing the stage). Tickets for the Curtis who initiated the EPA Heard an offer by citizen
I eelbile ( : ) June' 4-5 and 12 evening( performances and June 13 matinee are meeting. Bill Summers to be
I now on sale the Starke Woman's In other Archer
by Club action at the pui'UuiMtig agent for the city, Funeral HomeDOYLE
regular monthly meeting, trio of charge ,
_ !How Fo SiH'oeecIl o Be Staffed Juno 4-5,12-13 the council: "looking this gilt horse in the M. ARCHER, L.F.D.
; Awarded bids on repair to mouth vou will find a La Butler, Florida
Tickets for the Spring, young man's rise from wine Wide Wicket Company. pre. Tickets are available from hall the floor and and roof of the city tlioi'ouglil>i"ocl with years; of
Dinner Theatre presentation dow washer to chairman of sided over by J.B, Biggley a Woman's Club president Pat equipment shed! purchasing experience 496-2008 496-2056
of "How To Succeed In Business the boar! within, a feH'ek!> pompous sort( as interpreted) Spengler 9b4-6046 Marian! repair to Roy Clark, who Summers objected by letter, to
estimated! Volunteer Ambulance
,,,Without Really Trlng"are b\ conning! his wa\ up Grover b> director Richard Jockel! Douglas at 964-7430, Clark the costs at 73222. monies being spent on the city Monuments
still on sale for Knda\ and Howard plays J FMerpont was lowest of four lei"te.ilion ,'HIM/
Saturday June 4.3.: and Saturday Finch, who falls in and out and Sundav June 12-13. love with i his "t'll'el.II'HOSl"i
marv Pilkmgton, plaved<1 by
Performances begin' each Carol1J111l'I': Svlxi.i 1;. Reddish c
evening nt I 7 4". follow tag ha booms through tin script : cfr&
dinner slated for 6 Jo p m .\ ,iHcilih LaKut the hOS5'
matinee performance set lei pet, who; unknowingly (loads : c'I
Sunday June 1:1: begins at i Finch( to tht top in flirting
pm following ai:! :\dinner ,i ,th "everyone(
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The Florida 7611-
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29 persons will die in Florida wide Attractive dsters
traffic accidents during the black grille worK
:Memorial Day I holulav period {
The 78.hour period begins at f l .LG1 Y!
(Ii pin, Friday :Max.' M and .' Golden "T" Golden "T"I I
ends midnight :Monti.i>.. :May a. LATEXWALL Rotary
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persons killed! during this secretary" PAINT a
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Eldridge Beach Patrol killed! e1.1'two and Ihri'e PLANT hltiyuai, I '1\: "height" adjustment Chrome "1" handle,
director, '(/'cI II I' Itf'X '
commenting on the tout ths hours Beach states 1111 I 'J'\ mounted throttle
STANDf"'l. White, i d '
holiday prediction "\enforcement officers n i I : ;
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"Last year Jl peopleeie cannot eliminate' 1 linftic. t'\ Vd"r t ,t lit
killed in traffic crashes and 22 death alone We must, haws ". : .: decorator ,
in 1974 I In 1075! : traffic accidents the full cooperation! of the : ."'!;.. r' (tolors I iW $
took the lies of10 traveling public if <. MI'vono I is! 40 high' X 20' -p"! I ,'I v 7888
people during the : mule 8 white ,. 4 --
Memorial to arrive alive concluded ... cup, -f :< ,rLi ua .J \
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.roughl'on'I: :'
29 ;.:..., 111' -

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:; serious injuries| wen ,:J Model
mint CM) in I the t 7i p in u< i
reported although more than dent although r.t iat.iteildamage
$1.7im in vehicle damage was. \
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recorded in two Saturday the \ ..--.. FLUORESCENT SHOP .
Damages to r:vans .
accidents according to I the .e. \ dk
vehicle* tstiniiliil WI Will Be'
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Honda ,
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careless driving Uavmu tin' l'harlowdlIh I l.iilun i, 'In c::;; N fYln/i115" .,. / "
scene of all accident and drag YurYItA11 r
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