Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04097
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1977
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
 Record Information
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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04097
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
_e' __" __'____"
,....._--- ...."_. _' _, .. .. .
,.. .. ,. . n .. _

f t' P.K. Young Library of History

f University of Fla.

: Gainesville Fla -32611 -


.J .
co& l '
.... ;
... : ., ,4 ; j'Ii
t'. .'!':' I
,_ ',. '.." n. VV44.fe ', .
I: .20' 'J. i

e I
trgrap1'The + N 1 )

; ; ""f.


Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

98th Year STARKE. FLORIDA Cents .
47th Issue Thursday March 24. 1977 Copy

27th County Fair n3; v I fi 1ti f r + j i

$ I

I !

1 1it

Opens WednesdayJust it

six more days remain senior citizens into the. Fair hanging baskets, terrariums handle peak loads on crowded

before the opening day of the free of charge. bonsai flower arranging, evenings tera
27th annual Bradford County The beef cattle show is set ferns totems and topiary. Hickory Farms and I
(Fair and activity at the fairgrounds -. for 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Tupperware will both have
on US-301 north is along with the beef dairy The show arena seating booth space this year for the
beginning to pick up as cattle'show. In the agriculture capactiy has been doubled to first time. Two local -
preparations continue. division prizes for cattle will seat SOD{ and the parking area businesses will have booths.
The Bradford County be: an outstanding youth has been expanded and given.a Things by Hand, a local craft
Chamber of Commerce announced exhibit trophy; champion third limestone base. In shop, and Gatorland CB Club.
two additional locations bull, trophy; reserve addition faulty sewer lines There will be a glass blower I
to pick up advance ride champion bull, trophy; have been replaced so that and a fud e'tahdy maker as in ,
tickets at a cheaper price than champion female, trophy and restrooms will "be able to the past fairs \,
at the fairgrounds. Tickets !are a reserve champion female, 'A
available at Cook's Pantry in trophy. The blue award prizeis :t .
Keystone and Heart's (Feed $15, red award,"$VO and the
Store on SIMOO, west of white award, $5. Clay Electric'sAnnual .f; ( :
Starke in addition to the A trophy will be provided y -
Chamber of Commerce and at for'the outstanding herdsmanby \
Bradford County schools. the Starke Rotary Club.
Advance tickets prices for Cattle prizes are 1st, $15; 2nd, rmi ;
rides'are 5 for $1 ((20 cents $10 and 3rd, $5. Cash prizes ?
apiece). At the fair they will will also be awarded for Meeting '

be 50 cents each. They will be swine, poultry, chicken eggs, Y fii
available at the above locations and rabbits. J'J'Ct
noon Tuesday The Bradford-Union 4-H and "
March 29, the day before the FFA Steer Show and Sale
Fair sponsored by the Bradford- Set KH
Today :
union Cattlemen's i !r
The Fair will open 11 a.m. Association will have its show *41kj:
Wednesday. March 30, with
ribbon cutting ceremonies.The Friday April 1 at 7:30: p.m. 5,000 members of the Clay for the 39th annual general
.. ... .
annual Rural-Urban Day The 1977 exhibitors from the Electric Cooperative meeting -- W'-->K'MMI -' BIBWimiMK.nre4MM 4 MHSI IIIIM w sVIMBVMsnIVMUBM .ea.: B'liHPW'V* WT V -.'

ceremonies and chicken Bradford County 4-H are: Association are expected to U.S. Senator Richard .
dinner, sponsored by The Drew Andrews Frankie arrive in Keystone Heights (Dick) Stone will be the Strawberry Cheesecake I

notary Club, will get underway Andrews, Sharri Dobbs today (Thursday, March 24)) featured speaker when the
at noon. General Marilyn Renee Griffis,Jimmy meeting reconvenes at 1:30:
admission to the Fair is 50 Hawkins, Jill Hayes, Stacey p.m. this afternoon. Few strawberry growers can expect to have their fields berries from a field as beautiful as Leon Starling's planting of

cents. A four day pass for $2 Is Hayes, Carl Johns, Tammie ExpansionOf The polls will open shortly visited by a luscious-looking "picker" like \ivacious MargaretAnn Florida Belles west of Lawtey. When two such ranking/ beauties ,
available.The Johns, Jack Parrish,Jamie R. after 9 a.m. when the meetingis Norman currently reigning Bradford County Strawberry get together It's a photographer's field day and this scene, {i'. 'I
Queen taken as Bradford's berry crop gets ready to "bust out all over"is
will cost Whitehead and Mark called to order by Zedra
chicken dinner Williams. And few pickers, of course, could expect to gather luscious no exception
Sled) and carryouts will be Vo-Tech Hamilton, president of the Co- .
available at the north Rate. From the Bradford County op's board of trustees. .,.
FFA: Michael Andrews,
Wednesday will be Senior Harry (Faulkner, Evelyn Three district trustees are r

(Citizen Day allowing all C.riffis. _, Everett, Hayes\ ,.feJRjequested.. up for re-election, with only \ -Easter Market .
Vincent Porchiazzo, Kim Ray""Wingaiv District. I" ,;. ;" ><"'i' '
Tenly Sonja Tenly, and Mike "Give me the school,and I'll\ Trustee, being opposed for his I ISequoias
if Jlr-odium (frierThursday Williams. give up t the roof," Ted seat.His '-_ -. .
? Representing the Union Oglesby, Vo-Tech director, opponent Is Don Wells' of Cool Snap Just What Doctor Ordered For Berries '
County 4-H are: Darren told the school board Monday Orange Park.

Brown, Jon Brown, discussion of
Sonny night during re-
Brown, Kenneth Dale roofing at the school. Others found on the ballot, "It's just what we needed," peeled to start within ten which haven't been Production ill spiral by next

Crawford, Landa Lyn unopposed unless a nomina- said Morris Carter, BradfordCounty's days. picked over yet.Starling's week, he believes.In .
The school board delayed
Crawford, Michael Dukes, tion from the floor is made biggest (with 32 Belles present a the meanwhile, Bradford
re-roofing until Phase Four, acres) strawberry grower, Leon Starling, west of beautiful with of
Shands D. Howard, Janet when the meeting opens, are, sight most berries continue to attract
ll expected to be completed next concerning Wednesday I.iwtey. reported 131 flats loaded
Welch and Donna Worrell. Angus Hastings for Dist. 9 and the hardy plants withas wide attention and are even
year, is under way with the morning's "cool snap" that picked Tuesday from his 2'' hundred
C.N. Smith District 8. many as a or more l>ci-oniing a stop for a bus lour
J From the possibility of using vocational brought low readings of 42 acre planting of (Florida maturing berries, as well as out of Pennsylvania. The tour
FFA are: Lester Crawford funds. Entertainment by The degrees to this area. Belles, and expects to doubleor bloom. lirst visited Morris Carter's

rn Lake Butler Junior FFA Expansion of the Vo-Tech Turning Point, a gospel The belated 1977 strawberryseason triple this figure on his next Starling's one worry is operation, last season, through
Chapter; Lake Butler Senior school came a step closer singing group from North running two or three picking later this week. He whether or not a single bush contacts made with the local
FFA Chapter, Jack Shaw, when the board authorized Carolina, will begin followingthe weeks behind schedule because also has about four acres of can support such a mass of Chamber of Commerce, and
Dacee Tuggle, Bobby Waters, Superintendent Tom Casey to morning recess of the of winter's record- fruit, and still make big Carter" said yesterday that the
March 24 Johnny Welch and Bernard 'submit application for a business meeting.A breaking cold had just begunto berries. Those picked so far, tours have resumed this
Williams $50,000 planning grant for open up Monday, with 4 however, have been a nice season.
UnemploymentOfficer architectural and engineering fried chicken dinner will growers reporting their first ChargedIn size.
The steers will be "They come out every other
at graded on Tuesday weighedand for the services for Phase Four of be served free to members of sizeable picking of the year. (II hl'r growers' with I the Sunday. morning\ in a bus
Commissioners'Office the cooperative beginning at
County that
show facility. exception of Lloyd Griff, are carrying :))5-4l: ) "
on Friday .Ribbons will noon.A "The sun was getting too passengers
( Instead of Local
of the school
sold Florida Belles
not so on ,
be awarded Carter said. "Alter spending
for first, second expected hot, and won't
press release receivedthis plants put on
Fairgrounds to be funded
saying the plant Hushes out at
and third place. about an hour with us, they go
week, stated that Sen. the bloom under such conditions -
completely by state
The sale will be money the season's start with a on to attend church services in
held "
Saturday, March 26 will allow Stone will participate in the Carter said. "A little
facilities for 500 of bloom und fruit,
Saturday 2 at 7 crop I Oca) : la. They think our )berries
April p.m. students would serving line with Co-op cool weather for the next two LotteryBradford then "
Expansion and! out
quickly "peters
Theressa VolunteerFire and
are really something gota
The reigning Miss America allow new courses, such as employees. weeks will help the Raster
kick off tin- bus and
DepartmentFish Miss Dorothy Kathleen clothing construction for 20 market." :Morris Carter. Jr had an getting/
Fry Benham of Edina, Minnesota, The'annual Spring affair, County Sheriff'sdeputies unhappy experience with walking/ down the rows of
students and courses that are "
Turkey Shoot will be at the (Fairgrounds already in existence in held each year at the home Carter said berries are working with state Belles last year and devoted plants lull of ripe berries.
*.S miles south Thursday, the second day of substandard facilities wouldall office in Keystone, lends a selling now at around $6 to the agents, arrested four Starke his entire :32 acres this seasonto Morris' mother Mrs.
Starke SR 100 carnival here, while Plant City residents early Sunday. From this Carter. Sr., serves the group
the Fair from 2 to 4 p in. and be under one roof, atmosphere growers Sequoias.
again from 7 to 9 p.m. spread out two complete with various boothsby fruit is bringing $4 50 a flat."They're March 20, in connection w ith a planting ho harvested 181 flats her famous miniature strawberry -
over a county
Sock HopStrawberry local civic organizations, fading out, and our numbers game lottery. :Monday and 244 Tuesday, expecting pies and they literally
Queen At the time she decided to area with welding in the old displays by commercial berries are better at this Willie Wright, 79 and his to hit full stride by Il'an'ith a good taste in
following pageant at enter the Miss America bus barn, air conditioning and businesses, and dinner on the time," Carter said, predictingthat wife. Anna Clark Wright, 59. nl'xtel'k.. their miiulhs."
Woman's ClubS heating in a building at the were arrested at 2 a m. at Carter observes thatgrowers
Pageant, Dorothy was a Clay Electric grounds. prices might strengthenhere Luther I Milliard is another
admission music major at Macalester end of the football field, when Plant City bows their home at Rt. 3, Box 459 dissatisfied (Florida Belle down state were
,--- College. Her training includes masonry, in the old Conway Following the afternoon out. Starke, by Sheriff's deputies 1'Ol'rlid has ten acres in charging the tourists $4 each
Armory Dance special instruction in voice for House, heavy equipment and business meeting, in which and agents of the Florida Sequoias, picking 2CM'< > flats just to walk through Iheir
Sponsored by eight years, piano for three carpentry at the fairgrouds, awards will be presented, All growers contacted; this Uept. of Criminal Law Monday: and Tuesday I IMtchcs.' "But we're glad to
Youth OpportunitiesUnited years and in dance study for and commercial vehicle honored guests recognized, week said that plants are in (Enforcement: FDCLK(. (:>I. Hive this service free. V\e
five years. driving at the airstrip in Lake the manager's report and excellent condition and are Authorities I arrested I..M. I iBuddy i :Norman Jr., think it's good advertising for
9 p.m. to midnightC.T. Butler financial report given, door breaking out now with a flush: Charles Jackson. Sr., 44. and another big Sequoia grower us and t the county" he
Rally Highlight of any Fair is the Completion of the additional prizes will be awarded. of bloom and fruit. The unusually his wife Beatrice Jackson, with I UM2ucres, harvested :ux\ ) believes
Rock Band agricultural products and this facilities would allow for a cold winter did no in a separate incident at 4 Hats :Monday and Tuesday,
year awards will be given in teacher planning area, The meeting will recess harm except to set the season a m, at their home at 811 Ash and expects to double that
Monday, March 78 the category of crops, library conference room and until 7 p.m. when the election luck from two to three weeks, St., Starke. The Jackson'swere yield by the first of the week Rotary Speaker I
vegetables and'fruit,' and food service area. results will be reported. and heavy harvesting is ex.EOUOITY charged with one count Lloyd Griffis picked around

honey. each of conducting a lottery. UN) flats from his (Florida
Social SecurityRepresentative
Entries: in the home divisionare SOUTH Both were released on $1.0110( ) Holies Monday and considers Wants Return
County Commissioners' open to the public Items UHJni LtL bond that "still scrapping."

Office instead of must be brought to the ( A for I /_ | HIWAVx"t ) with one count each inBradford To Old ValuesA
Fairground fairgrounds registration at PATRO = Man
with Lawtey
the respective boothes
return to old-fashioned
Tuesday, March 29 Monday March 28, from 1 to 6 z conducting a lottery, and both valued in morals business
also face counts of the
eight '
p.m. or Tuesday from 8 to n m same charge in Putnam Shot Thurs.In ethics, and other phases of

School Advisory noon. v t ('ounl '. Both were released on American life was advocatedby
A blue ribbon will be 19. z + ', William Aberly, executivevice
Meetings awarded for first place, a red n V v 'l-." IKmd.
of Stockton-
Area Schools i 1 v m The arrests in Bradford ArgumentWalker president
ribbon for second place and a LIVE STOCK !BARN w ?', : Whatley-Davin & Co.,
7 p.m. County were part of a larger
Parents Invited white ribbon for third place in Perkins, of Lawtey, Jacksonville, at the Starke
effort the
by FDCLE. which
each category. In the canned I ISHOW' [ 1 is reported in fair condition at Rotary Club last week.

C COUNTY FAIR products category fruits will be I NORTH I I S has term been investigation conducting of numbers a long Alachua General Hospitalafter
vegetables ,
pickles, }
he shot with .22
opensWednesday. J in Bradford Putnam, was a The speaker deplored (the
Lli games-
relish, preserves, .marmalades ARENA TgNTRANCE
| 0JLY caliber in
pistol an argumentat
March 30
and jams and jelly EXIT| and Volusia Counties. home fact that inflation has becomea
Runs 4 Days In the baked I GATE The investigation was his last Thursday, way of life in the American
products .
I March 30-31 category will be quick breads, j r--- conducted through the stateattorney's 17.Walter Lee Henderson, '51, economy and is making it

, April 1-2 speciality breads, yeast rolls, h MIDWAY l !jI .County in office conjunction in Putnam with of Lawtey, had an argumentwith starting impossible out for in life young, and couples elderly,

Thursday, March :31Unemployment cakes, cupcakes and the cookies, m I I I (FDCLE and the arrests here Perkins over the place- couples, living on retirement
candy, pies
I I 3ri ri were coordinated through the ment of a fence which Perkins incomes to own conventionaltype
unusual use of strawberries in
to Hendersonsaid
, v planned put
homes. forcedto
i state attorney's office in "They are
Officer baked .
a product.In '
Gainesville the fence would not be onPerkin's resort to mobile homes

;s; at CountyCommissioners'Office the needlework categorywill I to u A spokesman for FDCLE land and allegedlyshot which, with additions and
Perkins in the heat of the
, I said tickets were sold for other "extras often wind
instead of be knitting, crocheting, up
Fairgroundsuhe and linens. Arts and crafts are : i, chances on the winning .argument with monthly payments ns
open to hobbyists (amateurs L-_f number in the legal lottery in Perkins was taken to the In- high as they would pay for a
tensive unit at Alachua
past school age) with 23 types Puerto Rico, which Is care conventional home Aberly
(f announced General, but was moved out said. He the need
dontmunili} of entries from oil painting to each Wednesday and listed In fair condition on pointed up
1 He said another number for expanded housing
macrame. game '
tutr !lankA.av".NIU" was based upon the dog racesin Monday, March 21. .programs, saying this area of
has The class for division ) Miami. Winner paid 60 to 1. Henderson was chargedwith (Florida is in for rapid growthas

T,.....Mkvlmvr a non-flowering. the spokesman said, and aggravated assault by. people continue to leave the
P.. ..I D..in >mC_ houseplants flowering houseplants tickets sold from 25 cents to Bradford County deputies overcrowded areas of South
cactus and succulents. $20.:! and Is I now free on bond. Florida .. ,

.. 3
i iy

.. fj

'r ___ .___...__ .
--,-- -.. -.. ..-- .

'" ...rwe-..........----- -
r _01....,...' ''' .
"" _... .
.... -- ...... -- ...
-'- -- ': ,( <. \

a __, HYh 10.....

Smokey Gets Ears For His Den
tented the SUrke Florida oenefited because It Is sel-
In Highway Patrol station with i dom that someone with a CB School Board RefusesTo
Jargon the "local their den" thanks to the channel mobile
smokeys 23 base CB to would not soon come upon the
now have ears Ir! Gatorland CB Club which pre- use to monitor channel 9, the scene and could call for
emergency channel. assistance. Lift Suspension
Dewight Slaters "A very nice piece of equip-- Carter said since the CB has
ment, to be used for the bene- been in operation at the patrol
Food & Scat fit of all,!' said' Sergeant Paul station they had two occasionsto ::In Hair Combing Case"No
Carter as he accepted the CB use it, one reporting livestock ...

Open us 301< t S. unit anyone Carter seeing explained a minor that assistance.The on US. 301 and a call for way will I be kissed oft' School superintendent Tom
7 like the school board did,' Casey told the board that the
A.M. 12 P.M. s Walnut St accident,someone in distress, Pace 23 channel is I just
a disabled motorist: bad road equipped with a D 104 power j said William Oliver after the action taken by Moore was
BORDEN'S ICE CREAM RHEINHESSEN conditions, livestock on the mike, commonly known as a"lollipop" board took no action Monday "stringent" but was requiredby
POPS LIEBFRAUMILCH road traffic congestion, incapacitated and a starduster night to remove from school the "critical" situation at
records the three the middle school and it
persons, anyone day suspen
antenna, an oml-directlonal 5
FUDGE e Pk sion of his for warranted "drastic action."
GERMAN con Billy comb-
that needs assistance becauseof DB gain. The CB was donatedby
35 8 9 his hair In the reminded the school
ing restroom. Casey
horse threat of
tM BARS WINE.5th" play or being Mr. Rice of Antenna
I Oliver board that all school
/ molested the explained to the policies
can now use Specialist of Cleveland. Ohio.
'y erriI board his must be reviewed and .
SCHLITZ emergency channel 9 to call Club members on hand for son Billy, 13, an procedures
BORDEN'SMALT the Highway Patrol for the were Gator- eighth grade student at Brad- and penalities set for
LIQUOR MILK assistance. land presentation Club president Ivis ford Middle School was suspended each policy by July 1 to be in
for three compliance with state law.
days beginning
Carter stressed that even Causey, Georgia Girl;
12 Oz. Cans $44 Gal. l49 those people without a CB in Dorothy Mitzel, Lady Love March 10 when he was School board attorney Jesse
1 found"combing his hair in the Wolbert gave the board his
6 Pk their vehicle would be Bug'; Thomas E. Lewis, l
smokerise;' Teena Baldwin, : .. restroom" contrary. to 'the opinion that any policy hingeson
Blue Bird Mr. and Mrs. school, rules.: "reasonableness of the
Herb Lady Rice White; Swan and Sergeant Paul Carter of the Florida Highway Patrol accepts a Prlnclpal'Jesse Moore told law" and suggested the'school
J Lady Swan 23 channel base CB from "Georgia Glrl"lvls Causey, president' the board the new policy had provide some other place in a

964-5757 964-6206 ,___ ________L -of--the-- -Gatorland CB Club. been'initiated In an attempt to designated area for studentsto
and comb their hair.
stop vandalism illegal
activities in the restroom. Moore read the board the
Ray'sPlumbing ADVENTURE r Moore gave the board letter that was sent to parents
J Archer-TannerFllneralH EDUCATION examples of urinals torn'from and following lengthy discussion -
& Electric See Chief the walls, doors torn off the board member Pat
Kelly US Maw
hinges,ceiling tiles ripped out Spengler said she was
301 South of Starke Recruiting Station Stark. and smoking of both regularand "hesitant to undermine the
*New Installation Monday 10 A.M.-Til 2 P.M. marijuana cigarettes.Two authority of the school."
.Bradford Square 12/10-1/1; announcements were Chairman Arthur Gaskins
MONUMENTSDoyle *Remodeling & Repairs made and a letter sent hometo said he thought the school hada

*Master Licensed & Bonded parents dated Feb. 15, problem and Moore" "went at
board. it in a good way. Gaskins
Moore told the
*20 Years Experience Are stiff, aching Oliver told the board he was thanked Oliver and Moore for
M. Archer Archie M, Tanner I lolnts and in agreement with any policy attending the meeting but did
FREE Eitlmates muscles, slowing that would help the schools but not ask if any board member
L.F.D. LF.D. you down?. ,.See. thought/ the policy about hair wanted to make a motion.
24 H,. S,n\t\ SMrb Aria 'WHO. '. ELSE 1< combing had gone too far. He""
"Within Your Means Now, Peace of Mind/ A/way/ PAST 40? (SeePage. 12>" said his son did not refuse the
SS4-BS28 paddling but asked to call his 3 Cars Crash
father. Moore answered that
he did not see why Billy should
have called his father and that Monday In CityA
as many students as he saw
each day he did not have three car bang-up near
enough time for each studentto the intersection of US 301 and t
call a parents. SR 100A brought charges
T Oliver said he would be against .two ..out' of state
QEt withdrawing his two children drivers by Starke police Mon-
from the middle school and day, March 21.
oil. "three children from Southside While property damage
YOUR CHOICEMOTOR .rt ti. Elementary to accept a totaled $3,050 to the three
MOTOR promotion within the prison autos,. no one was injured in .
1t centers OIL a' system at ZephyrWlls, but the mishap. -
family wpi,ld continue to fight to ha ve According to the Starke
the suspension black mark removed Police accident report,
from Billy's school Thomas T. Baxley, 43, of
t pIaSnommn record.In North Carolina, was hit from
LLGLGL: ;L !LG.LL slarkeFla. '" ....__.- OI securing a legal opinion, behind as he slowed for
301 5. another auto on US 301 by an
Censer Oliver said he was told the action -
of suspension for that rea- auto driven by Jimmy R.
s vo son"was in direct violation of Staney, 42, also of North
Thurs-Sun. March' 24.27; 1977 ... oi 0 Billy's civil rights." Oliver Carolina.
9S ALVDLlME said he had not gotten an answer Staney was in turn sand-
a" from Ralph Turlington wiched when his auto was
on the State'Commissioner of struck from behind by AmosC.
::: --7 Education about his letter and Marcey, of Maryland who
THUNDER STORM r-- SPECTACULAR TT. did not the other
,:tt, was waiting on that before see two
,, ,,, ... ....... .: setting any legal gears in vehicles in time to stop.Staney's .
-- "! '""''''''illll<'''''''I1'''> ,1jj .l.n..I".n';!: f ,, .vu.r. vehicle received
20" BICYCLE ., :t motion. estimated $2,000 in damages an
; rfl
I ti and Marcey's vehicle had
Reg. $ 88 SPRING A'il''N' THE BRADFORD about $850 in damages. Both

15788 29 I :, ,liI ,; J. COUNTY TELEGRAPH hallowing drivers were too closely.charged with

I!:!' _'lt.: __,__ .-_.." ';;'. ;o"., _""""" .,,,,,,,,..,,,.,. ,< : Published 138 W.every Call Thursdayat Street Baxley's vehicle, in front of
Starke Florida 32091 the other two received about
$200 in damages.
Second Class postage paid .
at Stark'e,FloridaSubscription Z2
COMET Rates:
_, 8 ROLL PKG. In trade area:17 per
re year;f 4 six:;months "
$499 In the language of flowers
CLEANSER BATHROOMTISSUE petunia means, "Your presence -
comet I 2331 Outside trade area: f 8 soothes "
per year; $4.50 six months \
|\ i"-ir ,

$ ENSURE 375.1297 "" "' 964.6061 &
4/ | 'V

Limit 4 7\.




MIDLAND 23 Call II Ftr All tow tUitrUil Meals
28 OZ. Quality Service Slate Licensed
CHANNELC.B. 51CASST. Insured Bonded Tf(
SCENTS 99 RADIO 40 MINUTE Reasonable Prices






JERSEY $388 FURRY.o'2\.osE PAD $144 DOUBLE KNIT $Z 99'\


\ $129


OUT, Asst. Style


SQUASH 39w. '

REG. ;. NI

6 Ft. I POTATOESNorman's ? y




Produce &
00 $450 a

STOCK Seafood Market
t. ,

617 N. Temple 964 6O71

OPEN 8:30 am 6 pm

\ Man Sat.r .

'\ ,.' .

.. .. ,. -
*t> f 9 .4 '., ..__ ..A w :; ., .. '_ i .r.-r-

.- ..- .. .. --- --- ,,.,. "" "

''II I''

March 24.1977 TELEGRAPH Page3A

Queen Pageant Set Saturday NightTwelve Promotion wide school Policies advisory law Topic and copies At MeetingsCounty of all new

meetings will be held minimal skills\ being

Tuesday, March 29, 7 to 8:30: presented to the State Boardof
p.m. at all school centers. Education for adoption.
The topics will be the pupil Next year in the schools
Bradford County F )$ t ; Hampton Is a senior at Brad- School. Brenda is a cheer progression plan to Include tests will be given in grades 3,
beauties are going through the V al ord High School. Lisa Is a leader and a member of the promotion and retention 5, 8 and 11 as part of the new
last stages of preparations for majorette and band member Civinettes She is also a policies anti a reporting state accountability law. Ii
the upcoming competition in and is a member of the member of the Little Women's system to parents. All parents are urged by .
which one will be named History Club National Honor Club and of the United Parents will\ receive copies school administrators to
Bradford County Strawberry Society, and Little Women's Methodist Church. She is of the new state accountability ,attend.
Queen. Club Lisa was first runner-up sponsored by Denmark
The pageantry will begin Y in last year's Strawberry Furniture
this Saturday March 26, at 8 i f Nwd A Queen pageant and she is Tickets for the pageant will aeawl JOHN'SRemodeling
a.m. in the Bradford High 1 ft sponsored by Happy Stop Gulf be$1.50 for adults and 75 cents
School Auditorium. Twelve Service Station for children. Tickets may be 264-1353 a Roofing Co. 2S4-9002
girls will be for the Miss purchased at the door or
daugterof may
competing Lynn Moxley, .
R... MM CM !* $9.5 N-da-a ft VMItnA >
title and prizes that r .. @ Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Moxleyof be bought in. advance by *
accompany it. t, eta A Starke is a freshman at calling 533-2000 904-7972. 964- M TftM WIt. huM. MMIM, VMft" <

This year's Strawberryqueen ;, a, 1 Santa Fe Community College. 8210 or 964.6788. c:......Milk. M Typ !
will be awarded a I II Lynn is listed in Who's Who There will be a CelebrationSock Bondd
modeling scholarship to the Among American High School Hop following the u-J-.a..aI
Denise Carol Studio, a silver Students and is a member of pageant at the Starke SAVE We Do Our Own Work TF1QCIgIga1Q01aa1CiI j
bowl from the Bradford the Little Women's Club. She Women's Club. Admission is

County Chamber of is sponsored by Diane's $1.50. _
Commerce and various Beauty Shop l'lll' I'Ll'' "L'l lla.sC91W011Y1ra8' '."t71a1 "1'1'1 r"I
prizes from local merchants. Miss Brenda Roberts
Runners up in the queen daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
competition will also receive a George Roberts of Starke, is a SundayIs
silver bowl and prizes from senior at Bradford High
local merchants. \
The reigning Strawberry Spelling Bee To
Queen Miss Margaret Ann ..
Norman will wear her crown
for only two more days from Be March 31 r 'i

today when whe will place it Winners and runnersupfrom '
on the head of the winner of .,j r -, I county elementary "Miracle Day"First /
this year's pageant. spelling bees will compete in
Candidates in this 14th Vying for the title of Strawberry Queen for 1977 are: (kneeling I to r) Cathy Futch. Gall the county spelling bee contest
annual Strawberry queen Lavender. Shan Edwards. Lynn Mosley. Standing I to r are: Brenda Roberts. Terry Fill. Jody next. Thursday, Marcel; 31. I
contest are: Atchison Penni Hunt.! Ann Allen Karen Crawford Pam Chapman. Not pictured Is Lisa Mitchell. Winners and Baptist Church
Miss Ann Allen daughter of will
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Allen skiing gardening repousse', High School where she is a Miss Terry Fill of Kingsley follows Brooker compete Elementary are as ,
Jr of Starke. Ann is a seniorat decoupage and cooking. She member of the Civinettes and Lake daughter of Mr. and winner: Brian Allen Davis
Bradford IlighSchooland is is being sponsored by the the 'Art Club Jody is a Mrs. R!11.! Fill is junior at sixth grade, son of Mr. and StarkeBradford
listed in Who's Who Among Bradford County Telegraph.Miss volunteer with mentally Bradford High School. Terry Mrs. Darl Davis Of
American High School Jody Atchison. handicapped children and enjoys swimming Softball Harris; runnerupRicki fifth
Students She is president of daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. enjoys painting drawing and and drawing. She is being daughter Lynn of Mr. and
the Little Women's Club. Louis Atchison of Kingsley ceramics. She is- being sponsored by Carl Hurst Shell Mrs.grade Scott Sackett. County Is Cordially InvitedTo
Ann's interests include water Lake, is a junior at Bradford sponsored by Torode's Oil Service Station. Hampton Elementarywinner
Plant. Miss Cathy Futch daughterof
Miss Pam Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mitch of Teresa Bauldree sixth Study The Bible And Worship With
of Mr. and
grade daughter
I I ObituariesFrank I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Starke is a junior at Bradford Mrs. William Bauldree, 1
A.W. Chapman of Raiford is a High School and is a memberof runner-up Darla Roberts The Happy Hundreds Who Will ExperienceGOD'S ;
Bradford the Civinettes. Cathy has
senior at High
of Mr.
Crosby Nellie R.Griffis School Pam is a member of been a Junior Princess and sixth grade Don daughter Roberts.
and Mrs.
the National Honor Society cheerleader. Her interests i
Frank G. Crosby Sr., 76. of Mrs. Nellie R. Gnffis 94, of and the Civlnettes. Pam include tennis Softball Lawtey Elementary sixth winner BLESSINGS THIS WEEK AT ,
in Starke Graham, died Tuesday and oil Suzanne Ball grade
Bayless Highway currently holds the title of gymnastics drawing of Mr. and Mrs.
died in the Bradford County morning following a lingering Florida National Teenager painting. Cathy's sponsor is
Hospital Monday March 21 illness and is being sponsored by Piggly Wiggly of Starke. Charles ; fifth runner-up First Baptist Church
Ball grade
Born on Sept. 30, 1900 in Born October 10, 1882 In Register Oil Company.Miss Miss Pennirae Hunt
Starke Crosby had lived away Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. Griffis Karen Crawford daughter of Mr. and Mrs. brother of Suzanne.
from the area most of his life. lived in Bradford County most daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Raymond Hunt is a senior at Southslde Elementarywinner sixth SinJay SchOll 9:45 A.M.
He moved back to Starke from of her life living in Grahamthe R Crawford of Starke is a Bradford High School. Karen Kimbnl of Mr. and j
Valdosta. Ga., three weeks last 15 years. She was a junior at Bradford High Pennirae is a member of the grade daugter
ago. Crosby was a retired car- member of the Pine Grove School and is a member of the Foreign Language Club, andis Mrs. Travis Kimbnl; runner-fifth AHfftiane. Coal 475 Pseplo
penter and a Baptist. ((Congregational Methodist Civinettes and the History active in her church. She is up Lauri McKinney of Mr. and
Crosby is survived by a son Church at Raiford. Club. Karen enjoys singing in being sponsored by Jackson's grade daughter Morning. worship 11:00 A.M.
Frank G. Crosby Jr., of Mrs.Griffis is survived by a the Youth Choir playing softball Building Supply Mrs:Dewey McKinney
California and two brothers son, R.G. Griffis of Graham; fishing boating Miss Gail Lavender Starke Elementary winner

W.K. Crosby of Castel! Point two daughters Mrs. Laura swimming, and cooking. She daughter of Aziel and J.F. Susan daughter Alvarez of Mrs.sixth Betty grade Ann Singing And Preaching The Old. Fashioned Cospel l
New York and IIK Crosby of Greenlee of Hampton and plans to become a secretaryand Lavender is a freshman at Dale
Starke. Mrs. Doris Dryman of she is sponsored by Lake City Community Alvarez; runner-up of
Buchanan sixth grade son
Graveside funeral services Houston Texas; ten grand- Bullington's Gift Shop. College Gail was a member of Corner
Of Clark
and nine All-State Choir Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Phillips. & Jefferson Streets ,
will be held at 2 p.m. Friday children great- Miss Shan Edwards the College Bradford Middle School
March 25, at Crosby Lake grandchildren. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and enjoys singing Has nick. Down Town Starke J
Cemetery with the Rev. De- Funeral services will\ be Curtis Edwards of Starke is a dramatics tennis golf winner Regina of Mr. .
Bart Quarles Jr officiating. held at 2 p.m. Thursday. junior at Bradford High photography and writing. She eighth grade daughter ,
and Mrs. Charles Rasnick; "The Church With A Heart In The Heart Of Starke"ROAST
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral March 24, in the Pine Grove School and is a member of the was a member of the 1975-76 ,
Home is in charge of arrangements Congregational Methodist National Honor Society Shanis Homecoming Court at Brad- runner-up Suzanne Newport of I6011nICDIR! > CD1QGa1110DI6tJg11CD!1 r I !"L:aIQCfaiIL9lapaCa I { !
In lieu of flowers Church with the Rev. Ben L. also a member of the ford High School. Gail is being seventh grade Max ,I.
Mr. and Mrs Newport.
donations may be made to the Coleman officiating. Burial Drama Club "FBLA French sponsored by Crown Central f't. !. .' !'
Heart Fund will be in the Pine' Grove ClutCheerleadere. Lumber Company.,. ".,- ,.,, -. .- Jf
Cemetery 'with 'DeWit'! C.; ,Civinettes, and chorus. She is Miss Lisa Mitchell ,
Jones Funeral Home-, in sponsored by Holiday Inn of daughter of Mr and !Mrs
charge of arrangements Starke. Freeman Register of IIA4E E'S.

2iJ Vou..Know I

:Mrs t'\.J.\ Eaves, Mrs. Janet
Kimutis Irene Wainwright
and Patty :Mullins attendedthe

Girl Scout Gateway / DUE
Council Hoard of Director's
meeting in Jacksonville last
hursdayMr AZALEAS $659.$599
:\ and !Mrs K\V Underill
(if Indiatlantic spent the
weekend with her parents SPECIAL AZALEAS $259.$200
:Mr and Mrs. J.II. Moncrief I
at Kingsley I Lake. They all $
attended the V...' graduation AZALEAS $129.$100 IGEDVOUTWO

on Saturday where the VEGETABLE .
Underill son-In-law and
daughter.Vil and Kathy AND ROSES $659.$58.0

:Mendettn received their PLANTS If you think $1 doesn't buy much these days,

tll'II'Cl'S. $679.$600 haven't been to Hardee'i lately.
Mrs: Carrie Hitch and Mary
\\Hlen had as visitors !Mrs. ANNUALS With the coupon below $1 buys you two big

Thl'lmaIl'ndoza: of Jacksonville ROSES $389.$300 beautiful Roast Beef sandwiches. Slow-cooked
on Friday and Mrs. \ juicy roast beef sliced thin and stacked high with
Diane \Deuces and children of your choice of three tangy sauces. And as an added

Jacksonville on Sunday, 3 $1 \ ROSES $399.$315 _. .-: treat we'll give you two Iced Teas FREE.
Cddct Victor Sherman York Take this coupon to any participating Hardee'sand
of Starke has achieved try a big beautiful Roast Beef Sandwich.Ytardeer.
academic distinction by .a..

earning a place on the '
military college's Dean's list
at The Citadel. The Military College of South Carolina. @i!! .awe. :
:Mr and Mrs Gerry Gibson COMPOSTED tta j P d W.y

Merritt: Island will visit his THE ORIGINAL ytvuiouss SEVIN
patents. Mr and Mrs. LH!
Gibson, this weekend CENTIPEDE GRASS SEED DUST ,

;Miss Gloria Strickland of MANURE 8 O*. $825 SAFE INSECT CONTROL
Georgia-Southern College was PKG I ON FRUITS & x
home this week 'on spring WEED FREE VEGETABLES

break 40 LB. $188 1 LB. I 4 LB BAG 79
$1595BAG ) 0c'
The :Methodist Women'sSunday ? CC C 4r (
School class had PKG. j REG 'I9 Q 4 O a s ) a Uc .

luncheon Tuesday at the _
Garden Hestaurant cele- ; Q ; SI"O"oLQQ : ,
brating the birthdays of Mrs. ,

Strickland. of Super Plant Foods
Leonard"Conner of Orlando IS cI
or t
visited his grandparents. Mr. from the makers ofGROTONE Give us ; nVi; ,Q O'c 0
and Mrs. Barney !McRae. on order your Q- Iii._ _
Saturday. f now
Local admittances to IUFERTILIZE lor
Bradford County Hospital this 9-7-7 PELLETS SPREADINGSERVICE

week include: Pervin soit. G98
!Manning Mrs. Carolyn say
Johnson and Bettina

Abernathy of Keystone .
FPC ways lhomptotv
Heights; John DeVore. Bruce < oM-p' .ll.tn Simmons 'Joyce L. Norman'and of plant food* Tone'Weed' & Feed ---------->ateatt) u1
!Mrs. Elsie Norman of. wtlh th.prmum.......1 .I
Lawtey; Ronnie O'Neal of 'fetmulai for Florida' On loa Co." JOO S4 Ft. SAVE 50 I
Putnam Hall; Mrs. Elizabeth rat. Civ.,your lawn Balanced long lasting p.llfixd" 1rUD.l'ttD $1 GETS YOU TWO BIG ,
Crisp Douglas Williamson. and plants balanced 4 plant food for S* Auguttin, and $ 4 8 '

Harley Waldron. and Frank long lasting, nourishment al, BEAUTIFUL ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES II I
Dan Williams of Hampton: I
John Woodham of Kingsley AND TWO FREE ICED !

Lake; Charles Wolf and Mrs. If You Have Problems About Pests or Fertilizing Lawns Trees I
Isabella Hoydilla of Lake I Bring this coupon to any participating Hardee's and you
Geneva; Charles Titmus. Jr., Shrubs or Gardening Call Us w'r -, can buy two delicious Roast Beef Sandwiches for only SI. I

Aaron Sumner Mrs. Nancy MlOtlDA > FOR FREE PROFESSIONAL ADVICEST ,And as an added treat we'll\ give you two Iced Teas FREE!
Garrison. Michael Phillips. I I
:Mrs. Bessie Cox. Mrs.

Georgia Godsey Mrs. Alice \J ONT Ol I ,. 4S I
Locker. !Mrs. Elizabeth NURSERY & GARDEN CENTER

Crews Willie Carter, Anthony Mom Off,..Calm..*.. Fte ItT 1.4. 1539 E. Call St. I One caw w wueww....... The taste that bungs you back. I
Wynn Evelyn Henry ....In:Oc--.c,.....................talus City
Mrs. Lois Thlgpen.{ and te..... _"_..iIIe- '. ._......,........_ 964-5745 I 301 South Starke. Florida I
Pamela Joyce Griffin of \
Starke. .----------------------

(See Page IB) \

v trr
.r JJ ,."

.. ... .. .
-- ---- ----- --- :. -- -:-:::! : -:::-- .... 9"

ilfVI_----...... ._....r_'... .... .....------------ --- -'.- --- .- ,-- -. -.- --' --..-"'---._.....' .....''''!! ''F-----........... .r- -- ---r.+-wwr.w.ww..__.... _. _
'" .
p -.- ,.- --_.-- .... --- -- .' .. ., ...
I --I
t rIlK"1".Ltl.iKAI'" March 24. Ian

Baseballers Win Over Baker rI' i. .:"i:. W'irJ. ; Misfits Second In Brooker

High, Bombed 11-2 By GHS fii! :SPORTS... ".. "", ; Test, Bennett Is MVPThe I

1",5- .. ;' ,,,1.6. ;j'; :: <.
--- 1 .
( :AI<:.' lI: Starke Misfits Softball High Springs Merchants. The with outstanding defensive
Kradlord High bascballersHral the bases: Jimmy Prevail more runs in the third inning 1Jo. team had a second place win two teams were fairly evenly plays and his dependable
>lx>d I heir I hrst win of the lollowed by walking in Ihe and two in the fifth for the 8-0 ; in the three day tournament matched in the defense and hitting. The Sportsmanship

season alter six frustrating first run scoring Kitchens A win. .': which took place in Brooker the Misfits played to a 11-10() Trophy went tc)" the NAPA
losses Thursday night, as Richard Hall walk forced in "I 1 am real pleased with the of
this week-end. The High loss in the bottom the eighth team from Lake Butler, Third
Jeffrey Jockel shut out Baker the second run and Dinky win. I think we'll be winning{ Wise honors '
Springs Merchants took home inning. Tommy was a.4- place went t'o the
County High "-0 on a three- Kilby lined l a single to left more often now," said Mike the championship being undefeated for-4 hitter for this final game Knowles Insurance team of
hitter in Big Ked Country. held scoring! Revel and Hartley, BUS baseball coach.
throughout the tourney. of the tournament. Green Cove Springs
The Tornadoes! gave Jockel Prevail with the third andlourth grounder to first b se. and The Purple: Hurricanes .
The Misfits downed the Misfits brought home an The Misfits will In
After leading 2-0 after later scored JacksonPrevatt's compete
IVa on
lead with when proceeded
a .u to work runs of the inning. by attempting a
Macclenny Blazers 10.7 Satur-. additional honor in that left. the Gainesville Umpires'Tournament
two runs walked l in and DinkyKilby This was the cushion Jockel innings Tuesday afternoon the grounder to short- suicide squeeze but it faIled
day morning. Donald Bagwellwas fielder lUcky Bennett was in two weeks,
struck 2-KBI his Bradford High baseball team step Paul Corriveau
a single. to up season didn't .
the hot-dog hitter Saturday voted !Most Valuable Player April 1 and 2,
Neither team scored in the pitching record of 12. The stumbled badly and droppedan Bradford High starting his bat on the ball and Chris 3-7or-4 ;
lirst inning, but by the end of Tornado curve ball slider 11-2 game to Gainesville pitcher, Jackson Prevatt then Dooley got caught between Three going at the
the second I BUS had a 4-0 specialist pitched l the entire High{ in the "university city," took the 1.0 Big Red third base and home, Tornado plate. home runs were
credited to Steve Cox, Donald
advantage :Mike Kitchens name, seven innings of three- The Tornadoes are now 1-7 advantage to the mound in the catcher Charlie Revel ran
wiilkcdlostart the BUS half of lot shutout baseball. He struck on the season. Earlier in the bottom of the first inning and Dooley back towards third Bagwell and Donnie Wise In BHS Golfers Win 2
the inning Then Jeffrey /lutII\ batters and walked week BUS grabbed its first set the Purple Hurricanes base and Jeffrey Jockel, BHS the game against the Blazers. ,

Jockel walked Jeffrey none. Jockel had a no hitter victory of the 1977 campaign, down without" serious third baseman,.put the tag on Saturday night's play I
I :Norman'; hit a sacrifice bunt to !going: !\ lor :5 and 2.3 innings as they destroyed Baker scoring threat, although the Purple Hurricane before against the High the Misfits Springs Merchants Into- Record To 42Adkinson
the right( !side of the infield until a blooper to short right County High 80. Gainesville High's Jimmy he could reach the bag. saw go Up
the loser's bracket after losing
moving Kitchens and Jockel field fell in for a single This week Bradford High Basel did squeeze a single Into This was the first out of the

lo second and third( base,: and Bilker. County never did will play three games all right field. inning and left runners on first 2113.hit Leading Steve the Misfits Cox going'19-' Bradford High golf team said, "He's 'a good
I was
Charlie Revel drew yet have a realistic Ihreat starting at 7:30: p.m. Friday, The Big{ Red added anotherrun and second. Soon after Jockel game destroyed West Nassau 161- golfter, one of the best we'll
3for4. including one go
another walk, winch loaded travel to St. Augustine High. inning for a 2-0 BITS lead. directed his
way. He scooped was lUcky Bennett and Starke Golf and Country Club He added, "This was a very
Saturday March 26, BUS will Kenny Aycox began the inning it the base
near and fired wjde behind Wade Winkler's round match. West Nassau is
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! play at Keystone Heights. The by beating out a grounder to of the first baseman, Mike Donnie triple each.Badcock Wise. with, one round of 36. easy rebuilding."
Big Red will challenge West short stop. Jeffrey Norman Kitchens, allowing the Purple Coach Warney Adkinson's
Nassau in Starke on Monday, followed with a vicious singleto Hurricanes to score two Furniture of Tornadoes the
New 4-2 on
and Used runs Starke went the are now 'LAY HIGH GOES
March 28. right field, which got !by and tie the up against
.game at 2-2. Misfits in a close, well playedgame season. Earlier this past week 161-165 Bj' BUS
From 25 to $400 Paul Corriveau scoring the BUS dropped a disappointing Bradford High golf team
the Misfits
Bits winning: 11-
2Gainesville High I 11 I lleet Aycox. The Big Red permitted BHS
165.161 match to Clay lllgh'sBlue played l
little I
10. The second loss sent Bad- "three putt'Friday
Other Flea Market Items Also The Tornadoes started thegame's Gainesville High finally got three more runs In the fourth Devils. afternoon, a total ol six
cock home with a fifth place
parade in the untracked in the bottom of
scoring the inning and they never
The Big Red will next see times and
in the tournaml'nl.Playmg 161.163
first by scrapping for a run. second, however. showing
Chris seriously. challenged the action on Friday, March 25, as match to
Clay High the
out of the lasers'bracket on (
All At Buck's MarketPutnam Dinky Kilby started it off for Dooley began the rally by Purple Hurricanes again. In the Misfits met the they travel to Lake City Starke Golf and Country Club
BUS reaching second base on Jackson this
working Prevatt for a inning Paul Corriveau Columbia High for a :3 pm. course.
NAPA team of Lake Butler
an overthrow to first by walk. Then David lined
Hall Deen a single to left field
tee-off. Tuesday, March 29 Wade Winkler ''of BIIS
Gainesville shortstop, J.J. singled to left field and Steve forcing home the third and !Making good showing defensively BUS will challenge Oak Hall four Ihree
Closed Tuesdays OnlyEnrcal Purpura. Then Kilby went to I colder gained the second walkof the Misfits won with an produced putts
winning: Gainesville High: run in Gainesville at 3:30: p.m. while teammate.Joe Valmski.
11-6 hit of IheIaml'
third on Jimmy Prevatt's the inning to load the bases. and Jimmy Basel doubled victory.
in the of the claimed two. Winkler\ ,. the
,, ..1.. ,,11.__ ..10.___n ___.1,1_,_ [1.1.&rcal ::. !'I "I" 1'1" ,J OIOSMMSHISMMdlliaHMBlIBaDon't I over BIIS' Kenny Aycox' head third( inning came with three top!Misfitson BUS 161 -\\est\assau! I'JII number three pla>er. shot a An; \
in deep center field, bringing base; Hicky Bennett connected By shooting a 36 Winkler not und Yalinski a.44..
in the fourth and fifth Purple on a third strike ball to only shot his best round ever The number two Tornado

Waste Hurricane runs, jacking the grand slam four runs into but he was the top scorer on player, Scott Roberls.'did, not
lead up to 52.Gainesville. home base. Lloyd Gilpin came either team Winkler's exactly set a personal low
High added to the plate for an additional impressive round included either, as he like Valmski.
three runs in both the fifth and birdies the sixth andseventh shot ,
!Misfit homer. on a.44 l However !Lee Casey
Your Income Tax sixth innings. for the 11.2 The second place slot came holes "Wade did a and Richard Games did shine
triumph.If when the Misfits met Knowles real good job" said Coach for the Big Ked in the midst of

V ny J Insurance from Green Cove Adkinson.. the disappointing loss. Casey
Springs.+ Donald Wheeler led Following!! Winkler, for BUS produced a round! (of ::111< andGau1es

RefundThis I arthritis is the 9-1 win by going :U-for-4\ were Scott Roberts ho shot a :19.:
Adding to Wheeler's impressive a 38 and Robert Games who The \\ winners were led 1 h\
your problem, .record Bennett had a ballooned to 43. Also. Joe Keith Kirker and Ton\\
see "WHO ELSE home run and a triple. Valmski produced a round of Knight who each shot :fii!

Year Buy A Mobile Home PAST 40?," (Having put down the final 44.Ken ;Mark Sloddard followed with
I I I i (See Page 12)) rivaling losers' bracket team: Doing led the West a .n. ), hale Rock Hutching.I
From Mark Olin the Misfits met undefeated :Nassau'; cause \\ ith a ::17 Coach' ballooned to a ".J!,

Tax Refund Specials't'i' : L L;.;'( .LL'L L : : l! t:; !L! (L LLLII ; 01

42x60 2 BR v.M 12x60 Suburban. 3 BR

'2395 '2495 21R g I ''t I I I SHOPS


r: 'J:3 1 OLIN'S

MOBILE HOMEHwy iIlaitltrlrletlilttlf,
,...", ,, It1Io3fl1trl3,1I34BUSTER -

100 Starke 964.5606

FHA Financing or VA Financing To Veterans Who Qualify For VA Loans J 100% POLYESTERDOUBLEKNIT

On New Homes _

,-nl,' T..h I" ]" <1 ..1<, OraQlaCa1>1r7wICw, 71wa/---- qaa1a1pD&r,] r tr91II01i1a109N < ---

'i I's' 58 60"Wide Its the all purpose
1 % fabric Choose from a wide'
it / } array of the season latest
1, fashion colors Manes
The house 1 tiY up into'
was t \ 1 great looking, Sportswear5t

t the right size ))1 dresses or holiday outfits

Iorayoung couple. 0 0 YD.

& But nowrur /

*m for some rudeAwakenings

M t ty :. ::::: :::::::::::::::::: .:u .....::. .


::::::::::: :::
1 ::::: :::::: DOUBLEKNIT

.... ..... ....................................
........ ......... .. .............................

"T:: ft $ 27DOUBLEKNIT


...... .....:::............. ::. ipL

: :: :. 2222 ::::: :::::: Regular star 1
::iai lii

S .... : :::: 2. ...:::::::::':::::::.::::..
:: :. 100', POLYESTER

::: : :::: :::::

11jj .......... ....... U 57
:: ... ...........

........ ..

Regular 'I 1"


.::::::.... ....... : .....
......... .....
I .......................... ...................... .......... 100. POLYESTERDOUBLEKNIT


... 100% Cotton CHEESECLOTH Multi
cur una +la1M 111ur "CI useour' 5
poses around the h o

'a .. I::":" ':./.:,:::': :M..:":-': ...._... YDs.1 .00 $197
7 ':'::.::;:::::.7'w\:: 1:-: N1 NA 1r\\ .. ,
.-IIN-'NNN _.. ._, IIN 1 '
.. .
....Y... NN.. N'V_MY......1.. IY .N. Y '
'" .r IllllllllY 1111' IIIIIII ..
_... ...".......-'.........-...". .or '. ...... ; ',i ____-.- 2"
:. ,
;: :':: .. ':"-- ;, _


InvDurhcmetthreernaybeacrovvd. BROADCLOTH
Bjtvverernalunghomeirnprovemertloansr.awsoitseFlorida: i SOLIDS DENIM PRINTS
:: bimp-oethan mJVe:: STRIPES
...... .. ..........-............... .. 504 Rayon .. 500 t Cotton
.. 5046 Fortrel 50' Dacron
4 450Cotton
Bank at Starke Polyester $ 39 Polyester S 7
aJ 2 21 $ 21'
o -m .flnnckl A. Ml <14 U4t .I87YdNtg
R2N Yd 50. '-Cotton RZ? 'Vd


.. .
t .
,1 t .

..... .": ; -.L, _

"--_. ....- :--- .--'-__ __-- --- .. . .. . -'- -
.,. -------. .-- . i I '

".., ..., TELKCJKAPII; PageSA I I

BHS Weight' Lifters 7th In State :

By Chris KernslerUCT the top spot with a 225 pound in the state by bench pressing fourth in the 1W! pound class. Gainesville Buchholz 41!, New
Sports Writer bench press and a 205 jerk. 2110 and jerking 275. The Big Jacksonville Bishop Kenny'sBill Smyrna Beach 15.
Bradford High welghtlifting Gaskins came in with a bench Red lifter beat out Dwight Schellenburg took the top Jacksonville Bishop Kenny 14. ,
Itiat 4r team took its lowly 2-6 regular press of 185 and a 175 jerk Samuel of Lake Weir for the position, bench pressing 375 Gainesville Eastside 14. Lake 'j Ji!;
season record to the AAA while teammate Slocum fifth spot as Samuel bench and ierkintf 250.I hill' Wier 12 Ocala Vanguard 12, f(:
state meet Saturday afternoonat bench pressed 180 pounds and pressed 275 and jerked 225. Earnest produced a bench Ilaines City 10. Bradford High ',
Gainesville Buchholz High Jerked l 170. Finishing ahead of Bennett press of 275 and a 250 jerk.
and finished seventh out of 22 was Bill Johnson of Gaines- !9 I l. Frostproof 8, cala) Forest' I'k" k
ntlId'af teams In competition Sam Bennett scored the Big ville Eastside who had a "" was a good meet with a II. Citrus 7, Leesburg 4. North .;' *
Buchholz's Bobcats grabbing Red's next points, two, takinga bench pressof 2!(and a jerk of lot of great athletes." said :Marion 4. Lake Butler :3 i, Lake 7
the championship.The fifth in the 163 category. 225. Denny Hansen. BHS weight- '
Tornadoes scored nine Buchholz's Bobby Loehr won lifting coach. Howell 2. I Fernandinu Beach 2, 4
points for seventh in the state, the competition with efforts of "I set our goal for the meet North Florida Christian I.I .'
ad ti.I while Buchholz High grabbedthe 295 pounds in' the bench press Bradford High's Steve at ten points and we scored :New!berry u, Hawthorne 0,
I Av title with a whopping 49 and 250 in the clean and jerk. Earnest added another three nine." Hansen(\ added Bartow o, Perry 0, and i
points. The Tornadoes were Bennett staked l himself to fifth points to the ill IS cause with a Final team scores are Palatka Central 0. i
beaten out for sixth place by .II
only a point, as Haines City .
scored 10 Yet, BUS finished r

sixth by only one point also, Ij I
edging Frostproof,who scored : P
eight I i
Bradford High producedtwo
fourth's,a fifth and a sixth r
in scoring its nine points. ,.
The Big Red's first points
'tie ''V' v y
\ Vint r + were scored in the 123 pound
class, as Timmy Gaskins -INSPECTION I ,

Bradford High's Steve Earnest attempts 2511( pounds in the 19H class during Saturday's State snatched fourth, worth three
Weightlifting!( ( Meetat Gainesville Buchholz. He went on to place fourth, bench pressing 275 poundsand points fand Martin Slocum a
I jerking 250. helping the Tornadoes finish seventh. sixth worth one point Floyd
Fischer of Buchholz High took

." ,I

BHS Girls Win 2 Tennis Matches, STICKLER j,

Go 5-2 By Mac len y,: 7-0 By KHS

: .
I Just because someone drives a Finally of course there's the
Seven straight wins 1 led Ilhe Bradford High putting down Jockcl and Samons had an.8 Macclenny, with a 0-8 loss to .
Bradford High girls' tennis Adrienne Gasset at the end of out of 10 set win in the .first mis. In the last doubles- fertilizer spreader across your fields fertilizer he spreads.It's ,
team to their eighth victory the fourth singles match doubles mutch. match with Bradford winningit doesn't mean you're getting the job quality too. ,

this season going 7.0 over Janice Jacket played l for a \ 52. done right.It We're sticklers about that,just as .
Keystone Heights Tuesday. fine 8.1 set over Keystone in :Nancy'; Payne and Robyn "The Macclenny team was takes I!
March 22. al Starke Golf and the last singles match of the Wadsuorth lost out lo Chris young and inexperienced", ,. ,. ; training,experience. and we are about the qualifications of our ,. i'I
checks. .
Country Club d.ly. 'giving Bradford an easy .Johnson and Tina Myles of says Coach Melba Howard: frequent equipment drivers. '
The H1IS girls' hellers. are :i,1I() lead with two doubles .. 3 f. And this is what you get when So if you want good fert liz r' ,i

slotted to Butler plav I heir next game matches to follow. a you have a Gold Kist farm hand do .spread right, talk to a Gold Kist farm .. '
at Lake March 23. In the first doubles match of
Girl Softbtillers Today
!! !
The lady netlers had their the day, Judy Williams and' your spreading. hand at your Farmers Mutual. ;s
sevl'nth'ictory of the season Elise Johns teamed up for the :. He's been to driver training Exchan} e. \
against Macclenny Friday, sixth victory of the day Due i to' a misunderstanding first game beginning at 4 pm: : schpol.Ours. Gold Kist. 1
!March ht. with, a :3-2; pro-set against t Keystone with an 8-4 Friday afternoon's (March The Big Red was originally to "
And he doesn't hit the road untilhe's Good for the farm
win over: Debra; Weeks and 18)) girls Softball game have played the Bobcats in a things
win.L>nn Pierce started out Leigh Itrannon.I between Bradford High and single game in Gainesville on learned all about things like swath and from the farm. !i iFARMERS

with the BUS girls' nelters I First year player Cassie Gainesville Buchholz hich this day. widths,driving speeds,turns,cornering,
inning streak with a fine 8-1 Hiddick and Jane Godwin, was to be played at Starke's Bradford High will next see and the differences between
win over Debra Weeks of saw Sandra Sergents and \Vestside Park, was cancelledand action today (Thursday spreading
Keystone Pain Tucker had an Adrienne Gasset to the has been rescheduled March 24)), as they take on dry fertilizers and liquid nitrogen and ; ;
easy straight 8 out of 8 sets seventh and final win of the Coach Greg Alvarez' 3-0 Keystone Heights home in a lime.
win .I heating out Leigh day lor BUS with another 8-4 Tornadoes have rescheduled 4 p.m. contest. Monday, r. He's got to know his vehicle, too. MUTUAL i
Itra noon victory, making BUS 7.0 for the game for April 21 as'the March 28. BITS will travel to .
Merri Ormsbee vollied the day nightcap of a doubleheader to Hawthorne High for another 4 How to keep it in good running order.

against 1 Sandra Sergenls for "I played the lop 5 playersof be played in Starke, with the p.m. encounter. How to calibrate the spreading
the third victory of the day.taking the teams and will probably f mechanism and correct it whenever EXCHANGE
8 out of i 9) sets played. keep them in the same slots
Donna Sammons played out lor the rest of the year," said MIKE MITCHELL l necessary. :
another straight eight wins for Coach Melba Howard. Then,both he and his equipmenthave

oiRiscoiiOVERMACCLENNV VAR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. to pass a certification inspectionand 226 N. Temple

hree I'rll.'CI led the St. Gainesville Fla. periodic follow-up checkups.It's Wj
know yoqrCarpetIng '> scores 2201 N. Main Starke Fla.
like driver'slicense
Bradford High girls nelters to having your
an easy5.2:; win over III! .'u.oj'la.a, 'r renewed every little while. 964-7871 .
:Mai-elenny last Friday at the 372.4251 H imami 372.4251 I ..
:Slarkr' Golf and Country Club.Thmwas : i
-- ---
I the seventh win for j j f
t : :c :" {{
the BUS lady netters this "More Cars For More People
season, bringing their record
KEN TEAL s to7 and3. They had their sixth Than Anyone Else"
win over Eastside Friday, TI
March II. with a 4-l: win\ for
I he lady netlers. The next

match is set for today ti' !:. ,
''Thursday. March24)! ) at Lake
Be Sure To Come
Butler at 330.: .
Have you ever Hot shot l Lynn Pierce Out And See Our aAs .
thought the fact that started I out the first singles q" / .
the floor is the largest game of the match ilh a per F Booth At The Fair .
single element in a led eight set win over Jean
room and the color iiitlin; of Macclenny. It was ( .
scheme should be set by the lit hI in for Pierce this
the floor? And. there Is .season.Pain. 737 1j 1\
no easier way to set the .. Tucker had another ;
color scheme than by fine showing with an easy 8-1 .
choosing the right car v in over Julie Howe. This was
the 8th win for Miss Tucker
pet. are availablein this !season bringing her
Carpets Whirlpool SPECIAL
practically every personal) record toH and 2'for ; ) '

conceivable color and the season.In WASHER DRYER ry/'
pattern. You can go (he third singles game
Janice Jockel picked up the v / \i
with a solid, or mix-and- \
match with one of the second perfect score of I the Both ra350os ""
multi-colored carpets. match with an 110I in over
New "hot" colors are 'hris Johnson of 1\1 accll'nm'.hllh' WIT PREVIEW
available as well as the Williams battled it out
more conventionalcolors. I in the;fourth singles set to lose
.-..11 to Tina! Myles of
Be sure and choose Macclenny. MIssWilliamsis a FREE \* a'l \,

colors to match your life 'first sear player for Bradford Now And Save f
style at our shop. Don't High. LDE3000DRYER Gifts DailyDon't j'
buy until you have seen Elise Johns the l :
carpets fifth singles set over Baker's
the great new
are offeringthis Pain Johns! with an easy 8.0 LDA3000 y : /
which we r ;
victory to give the BUS lady ,1 ,
week. '
netters -4-1 lead at the end' of oo S188 r ,, t
Teal TileCarpet the singles matches. WASHER 218 FREEZER SALE
Janice J Jnckel and Donna 1lid M ,
Saminis teamed up against irlpool
Gulinaril.. Howe to give Bradford I
964-7423 Starke. Fla High their fifth win of the 1
Free Don't Miss
day' I against. I Macclenny.
,:a ThisFantastic ,
r i
GE Sale i I

The Price
IF YOU PLAN ,,.. .t

you can see Right r .

what everyone's talking about. A NEW T.V. - :

If you've read the best seller THE HIDING PLACE you've OR MAJOR The Time Is Now All Size's And Colors 1 ILL .
probably been anxiously awaiting, the release of the motion picture > .
in this area. APPLIANCE n COLORS
Cori'ie ten Boom s Now in Stock "
Now you can relive on the screen. "'
triumphant story ofl4.thand courage..Share in a new reminderof 1 \0
God faithfulness., .and His presence. CHECK 9
Don I miss this special: limited, opportunity to sec the film Mitt : :'
you.heard so much about LOW PRICES This Buy Big 30" GE \ '

Billy:nh: Gnhams.yr."W tensions of ill, :will on the rise FIRST I Yes We Have Terms, 7'h'
like a beacon how Take Up To 24 Mo.Or ELECTRIC RANGE Irr !
Inghowlovedefiedhate Mod CQS250 :
,sufferedunspeakably. r 3O-6O-9O EASY
Now Only $ '

and won: Same As Cash CUll 18801OMEN __ '(jJj)'

X18800 -
Now Just 4 Only

.- ...:- .-"......

Save on every advance admission ticket. SLADE
Advance Discount Tickets at $1.50 each, are available
through THE HIDING PLACE local ticket outlet.


333 W. Madison t rk Ha. li. 94477O1r. "


,,Id I\. ---- ..- u---, ... _'_ __......... :- ::-", .......----v- -= __ _

.. .. ,_ .. . .: OII'!:"":" !. _, _".',I'-,.., ."'....... ."'1. """J,' "'- -, '-""", -,,,,-, .... '"-..,., ....',... ''iijF ..._YYY/IYYN/Y'Y"r.V V"S-..,j.._.""q_.+v

Page6A TELEGRAPH Mar 24.1977

Oil Spray Now >

;" BBS Girls Tough In Local Track ,Meets SPRAY To Will- Scale,Control Do Much Insects AphIds.,

SHRUBBERY Red Spiders -
Chris Fernslel
: BCT By Sports WrllerBIiSOOliastings points running on the first Boca Raton High won the Tornado athletes were Co'ltrane Carolyn Gomes record t Isn't known, or the White Files And
'j I place BHS 440 yard relay event with a toss of 38' 11\%". placed in the AAA-AAAA high Antoinette Bright, andVirginia year it was set. Other Insects It
14 team clocked at S4.3, and The Lady Gator Relays, a school division. Another class Crawford were timedat NOW
Bradford High girl track composed of Virginia Craw meet for individual performers was the A-AA. The AAA- 2:00.1: which gave them the Merri Ormsbee paced'the Should Be Done Ahead
squad destroyed Hastings ford, Evonne Link, Fayonne not teams, featured AAAA division featured first and a new school record. Big Red in individual scoring Of Hot Weather
High Monday afternoon in Big Hawkins and Miss Orms ee" many tougJj teams. The performers from schools like: The old Tornado record was with 13 points while Cindy
Miami Central, Orlando 2:01.0: set by: Betty Jean Griffith followed closely with HEALTH & BEAUTY '
Boone, Miami Killian Hudson, Vickie Norman 12H. Ormsbee accumulatedher FOR i
,,}:' Hollywood McArthur and Tammy Kelly and Frnces point total by scoring five :
with win in the high jump, 4'
Deland High. Coltrane In 1976. a Have Us scheduleYour "
"Being a AAA our Shot put action found the 6"; three for a second in the
I competition was tough to say Big Red's Mary Berry in the 110\ low hurdles recording a Sprayings Now
, t the least and it was good to top position with a heave of 36' time of 18.9; 2Vi by being a
a get some experience such as 1' good enough for another member of the winning 880
that," said Jerry McGriff. BHS school record. With this medley relay team and 2i Call 964-5745
I BUS girls track coach. toss Berry broke the previousBig again by running on the l.wrw ...
He added, "I think it will Red record of 35' 5'/.,", victorious 440 yard relay Free Inspection And Estimates ...
help us later on In the season." which she set at the 1977 Brad- team.
-- _-..---__._ .... ,_ ----------1
it I- BUS BOMBS CLAY,SA ford Relays. -- ---

/ Bradford High girl track The Tornadoes 880 medley TEST RIVE
f squad set five new school relay team claimed the fourth I
BHS record of the
1 day being
I records Thursday afternoonat
-py I I a the Tornado track and clocked at 1:59.4: and out- TIlE AMAZING
crushed Clay High and St. distancing Clay High by a
wide margin for first place
Augustine in a 3-way meet
that lasted nearly four hours. The Blue Devils ran a 2122.:
The Big Red team of Virginia
The Big Red girls
accumulated 91'j points, Crawford, Fayonne Hawkins,
while second place Clay High Merri Ormsbee and Laura Rabbit
the old
totaled 53. St. Augustine'sYellow Chase ;
Jackets scored 34'2 school record of 204.5: set in
points for last.Bradford 1976 by Tammy Kelly,
; : ; High's first school Fayonne Hawkins Merri i
.: Ormsbee and Laura Chase.
t record to be broken was In the
lC L mile run, as Cindy Griffith Bradford High's Linda s
r ++t} tK placed first with a time of Richardson nailed down the 1
5:52: breaking her old recordof last school record of the meetin ;:
'" 5:522 which was this the two mile a race in ;
: .. .' run
.> >... ".,.i.. .'." :I.+ March in the Bradford
... ..: ...:...< Wji..... IR" "' "" ..._ ... 5 which she was the only
:.. = \ .
.. ...., : ,:; i1111071 ; \! "- : h
","'-:'-...... .,", ...... iF.+ .,'jty_ ..._ ;:r..a--_ Relays. participant. Richardson was
In the 880 yard relay BITS clocked at 13.21, destroyingthe MILLER-BROWN MOTORS
t'ilita Hawkins of Bradford High demonstrates her form in the shot put at Saturday's Lady set record number two of the old mark of 13:28.: The .:
Gator Hl'la's.; ler best toss,26'4",however,was not good enough for one of the lop spots. day The team of Frances holder of this old Tornado 4222 N. W. 13th ST. U.S. 441 NORTH GAINESVILLE..... _
_, __,__u_rIA_ --u u ;..
-- ---
lied Country !'Mi-14 behind the (Griffith of the Tornadoes :
individual efforts of MerriOrmsbee placed first in the mile with a ,
and Cindy Griffith. time of 5:51: scoring five
The Tornadoes are now 1-0 points took top honors in the COMPLETE
in dual meet competition Him<<1 yard run running a 2:38:: FOOD I SET OF FINE.
liradtord High! is also 20 in for another five points, and ..
triangular! meet action. I'cored.2 1 points by running PORCELAINTO
Earlier: in the week the on the victorious (and only)
Tornadoes Mary Berry mile relay team which was
grabbed a l fifth in the shot put timed at 4:39: \ 9. The membersof r
m the Lady Gator Relays a this team were: Laura _
meet for individuals hich"as Chase.Carolyn Gomes Nancy FAIR LOVELACI CHINA GOOD WED.MAM.23,THRU TUIS.,MAR It,1977.
held in Gainesville and Mc.Neal: :: and Miss! Griffith.
the Big Red whipped Clay Also, BUS' Fayonne "FEATURE-OF-THE-WEEK" SAVINGS.
High and St Augustine in a Hawkins und Linda Richardson AT SPECTACULAR .
triangular meet, scoring 91''ij each set a new Tornado
points to the Blue Devils 53: record. Hawkins broke I he old SUPERMARKETS
and St Augustine's 34'j' record of 12.4 in the 1K( ) yard 2O I OFF de 3Ov OFF
Bradford High will next see dash by'running a 12.:3. The old Clip The Valuable _
action Tuesday. !March :U'J.!! at mark belonged to Hawkins, ".
:IU::! p m in Green Cove lea. and was set last season. Coupons in this Ad I VOGUE PKG."I | PANTRY PRIDE HALF '.
Springs against Clav High In the two mile run Miss I 2 ROLL GALLON
!Miss Ormsbee led BHS with Richardson broke her own and & Save Up To... I TOILET : : ICE i
12.4 points untie Griffith had the school's record of 13:21: : :
11.2. by running a 13:14: : i TISSUE 19 < CREAM 59 < -
:Miss Ormsbee scored five "The spirit' and enthusiasm $ {
points in the high jump with a continues to be high! said 1 5 8 1 WITH THIS COUPON WIO........13 THUU WIO.MAIL. :10.ItTT. LIMIT 1 OP EACH CIINTIJ WITH THIS" COUPON WED,MA.*.11 THRU WED MAR. 3O 11TT. LIMIT' Of IACH CCNTI J ,
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ------ -- -- ------- ,,
good enough to break the old track coach _
IUIS record she set in the 1977
Bradlord 1'lays.Ierri! added I..\I1Y(:.\TOH KKLAYSPROVKTOUGH
live more points in the 110 TEST
Bard low hurdles- sherabht'd Bradford High girl thmclads
the top spot with a ventured to the Lady Gator 1
lime of :211! .2. She .cored{ 1 1.2 Relays In Gainesville \ ?
points b>' running on the Saturday morning, but could COMPARE Dto.p.cts.roY TO I NEC7At 100 COMPARE wKiAAr: ra: m.
Binning HHt) medley relay come up with only one place a SAYE
team \\Virginia Crawford.K.i.Nonne filth in the shot put by Mary man nm m cowl 8 ea 30 riMirniHliu' Marshmallow 39C 10FiNinrtiH <
/Hawkins Laura liorry worth two points. Facial i Tissue 39 tot Regular
Chase which recorded a 2:01:() .:3 Berry threw the shot put 34' ,iliu 10 I <
time She added. another 1.2 li11' Angela Thompson of IM1MC/W '17' Mini i Marshmallow 39:
Vienna Sausage 3/$1/ 1 ,J 8 R 4 II lit WW HT USMI 30<

CENTRAL HEAT & AIR Swift 24UCM t Beef Stew 79 20' Fresh Dill Pickles 99

801< : SAVE
Skippy Food 2" SAVEt ,
Dry Dog 25 f

Let us explain our energy ,Pantry??' Pride Mayonnaise 79* wiruust < ,

Iwm NiK, ,141/ caou Pantry Pride
saving system Toilet Tissue 39C '101

Libby Chili W/Beans/ 2/89/ 25' TOMATOSOUP

1 11 iw i*
COMPLETELY Grape Jelly or Jam 89 1 COMPARE 04M f vtpvOaT YOU u/tAVIMWMieilr to

_._.. J1 Hot NNI Cocoa 2055 S AU Mix 99 i 201 Libby Tomato Sauce 6/$1/ 32-

:;; INSTALLED M m usomi n von Ito CM
Rice-A-Roni 39 10 Libby Corned Beef 99e I0FoTgers < 106z

::: XX Rice 69C 10 r CAN
"; / Monogram Instant Coffee J279 SAVE

i $1490 uYIB'



plus electrical any necessary work 69 3/89/ 88 4/l

SAVE $$ ON _... ..
_. .
COMPARE .ow..K;.. 7wroA General Merchandise 1 Bargains in Frozen COMPARE .0.KuS. 7wro.
i YOUR ELECTRIC Cricket Lighter 88 a-, COMPARE "::Y.r'::."':' T COMPARE town Y,",-.RA'.. TCYMYI:Y/IO Wastebasket IACH $200 99.i .

BILL vinyl i Folding Chair 8" '211 Ihl KCOItlllCoffee 1 nu"'"M.M..UIKMI" : I1N tmcii num WIMI tut lit M ONI MHIf| *
Ian?11 Mugs 3/M/ 1 47. 1 Lambrect Pizza 77C 12' Pantyhose Garmet 88 41'

Corri.r', new "SUPERE" Lounge Chair $9 91 '301 1 Mr'Coffee 3/M/ 1 wmmw mm i i Double"CHIrP Oil Filters S299
unit i I. new alto Filters 27. 1 Frozen Waffles 39" 30' 99'

available. Demand to RIINIINI IIIIINso..ffici.ncy M> N 01111 us I 'DH nui* .
compariSons EvcryDayLowPrice fj Gulf Motor Oil 49 I 10' 1 nders' Bagels 39 101<<> EvcryDayLowPrice SAVE t
before' you buy. 111 MUM 01 III MtH nilON CMtCM Miucicn ki.mtiN ,
Carrier boats them all PANTRY PRIDE Pantyhose ".i.URI 88"Aluminum 31' Garlic Bread 2/M/ w Pantry Pride

to 70 /. dependingon 'tin mtix nstQH mm*
up the brand. Muffin Tin 59t 20' 1 Fish 'N Batter 99" 10<

{xl Y,1
I ryDayLo Ptk









1 1 .1 Oil FLOUR.ALLARD saLr"ING 1 I.1 MIXES "I I I I Cake Mixes WAFERS. I I

Air Conditioning 1 1801-SMOOTH i CRUNCHY I I 5 IB BAG .I, I 18.Sei-ALL FLAVORS :<. I. 18,5oz.ALL FLAVORS I 1201 I
I ......--..._-_ -. -... I .....-.-...---...... I' I -..-.. "-..-... -."..' 1 I .......-_.._-_.,. ..PACKAGE,.,.
C .To....ma..a a flU ---J- floats.... ..0....It TU.5..-a --J, SYSS.... -St 11551 JUT...., PTOIS.... USA USA a flas eta.-a.sifl lE-- =- -......oJ ..
-.--- -
Madison StarkePh. ------ '-= --------- ----- --------- II."i.: .. ..


I t r' 1 i A r
t I

. ........ ......... _._ ..
........ ..... "-/ -.,... '--"" 4' ... --- -.:::" '- :'::'':''' ::''''-:-:;'' '_ ::''---:-''- -<- -- ... '' -- -: -- -- ""

_...ww,_-".'-.-_....._' ... ......"....".,"n." ...._. -w .w ,_.w.V"_. .._. _._ ..r__ .. ,- r__.___-+.-- ._ _.- __ . ., '' r.... ._ .::;.;r... .. ,... - -- -



March 24.1977 TELEGHAPII Page 7 A

Hastings, SA, Clay, UHS, KHS, eel BHS] Nett

BUS Macclenny: too close to the net and foul Rodrique an 8-3 for the game.
Bow To I f The Bradford High School line." Steve Griffis went up
Teamby ,
Bradford --: netters racked up their eighth Bradford High netters against Charles Lyle for the
r I IAr victory of the season last upped their record one win second victory match for I
Chris Fernsler outclassed h Friday against Macclenny on against! Keystone Tuesday BUS. Griffis came from
Hastings The Red Is
BCT Sports Writer Monday afternoon High Big now 1-0 in Starke Pratt Street Courts. March 22, at Pratt Street behinds 3-4 sets in the seventhset
the dual
on Tornado 'Bradford
BIIS 87 competition. The netters are scheduled to Courts, making the BHS 5 set
-Hasting!)41 track, on a steady victory
the also has two wins and
Bradford High thinclads visitors 87.41.NOTICE. outscoring second High in triangular meets. In a play Keystone, Tuesday tennis team 7-5 for the season. drive to beat Lyle 8.4 In third J
March 29, at Starke Courts to Th.e BUS netters are singles match of the day.
other action during the past try for their seventh victory of scheduled to play Thursday Chub Johnson shut down i
week BHS placed fifth inOcala's
U, 4x the season. 24, at Union County High M\ ichiiel Saunders of Keystone
of Columbus
Knights .a John Samons vollied for the School. with a quick 8-1 victory to
Track and
Invitational, beat first win of the day winning 8 Bradford High's John make the Bradford High
St.Augustine and Clay High In out of 9 sets against John Samons battled it out with netters 3-1 in the fourth

a triangular Yellow meet Jackets outscoringthe .. A Kirkland of Macclenny. Husscl Porter of Keystone for Terry Carver slid by
while could 76-72V4, Kenny Rodrique lost only 2 out (he first loss of the day, for Richard Baker of Keystone on
To ALL LANDOWNERSIn but Clay Last High March score M dhro of 10 sets against John Kilgofor BUS, on a long and steady another easy 8-1 win for BHS '
42i/2. Tuesday, A
the second win of the day. return from Porter. Samonswon giving BUS
r a 4-1 lead going
15 the Big Red snatched their ta
BRADFORD CountyNow Steve Griffis went over 3 consecutive sets after into the doubles. )
first triangular meet win of ..r Warren Lucas for 8 straight being under 2.6 in the first 8 Samons and Rodrique went
the scored ,
evell.b'e' NEW H77 ATLAS AND PLAT BOOKSof season as they 89 wins. ('huhJohnson and David sets of the day. Porter came up for a loss against Porter
to Union and
Bradford County. points High's 58 7f* *+w..r+uSaiLwl' Lewis battled i it out for the hack strong/( with a consistent and Stormer of Keystone.
Each book Keystone Heights' 44. Fourth consecutive win of the slam in the last two sets of the Porter and Stormer played for
contains plat maps of all township In the Coach Grover Howard'sTornadoes
county Showing farm owners, farrmtMdi, 'landowners, will next action day going to Johnson with a game to down Samons 8-6 a steady 8-5 win over Bradford
public land, tax forfeited land, acreage, thap and loca- see fine 8.2 win over Lucas. Keystone.In in the first doubles match of
tion and all cultural' features Including roads, highways and Saturday March 26, at the ('arlos Hernandez broughtin the day.
railroad Florida
Relays in Gainesvilleat the fifth and final win of the the second doubles Griffin and Johnson put the

A Computerized Alphabetical Index of the landowners BHS 10 will a.m.challenge Tuesday Clay March High 29 day for HI IS on an 8 out of 9 set match Kenny Hodnque lid on the lazy doubles match.
la 1110 Included making It possible to locate win over David Kourke, vol lied a fast return against/ iriffis and Johnson beat out
,landowner shown on the maps In second any and St. AUgustine in Green .........,....,. fww .A... .y..J..,..."...,,'..,,_.....*,....-... making Bradford 5-0 at the James Stormer of Keystone. Lyle and Saunders for an 8-1
Cove Springs in a 3:30: p.m. end of the five singles Kodrique beat Stormer in the victory, giving/ the Bradford
Based aerial'
on surveys all ownership data obtained meet.
Kenneth! Cruger of Bradford High drives for a fourth In the mat ches. 9, and l
from the official public records at the Courthouse 10 match after being High Hellers a 5-2 victory over
The Tornadoes turned in shot put competition in the Tornadoes triangular meet win over In the first doubles match of over Stormer 6.3 to give Keystone.
AVAILABLE ATIBRADFORD many fine performances St. Augustine and West Nassau. Cruger tossed the shot put 41' I the day Terry Carver and
headed"by David Carter who 3Vi". Tom Anderson of St. Augustine won Ih.venl with an Torn Williams teamed
c/o COUNTY Janet TurnerCourthouse ZONING OFFICE collected 10.4 points to top effort of 45' 1".The Big Red outscored St.Augustine 76 to 72> BHS individual scoring. Car take the meet, 'while West Nassau scored: 421.In ,,. John/ Kilgo, with Bradford
!iSlarke Florida. 32091 ter won the high jump with an going in for a 1-8 loss. II
Phone 904 ..7575 effort of 5'6", which scored
live points. He placed secondin the 440 yard dash the Big The Big Red went on. to fake fierce! and llnrley went up Local Softball Tourney
BRADFORD COUNTY 41 OFFICE Red snatched another first as 11 'of 17 events. against t Lucas and Lewis for
C/P.O.. Lowell Parrlsn the long jump, leaping Esiasha Jenkins claimed first "1l was good to get another the final i I match of the day. ,
Box 1021 19'5" three
County Agricultural Building He notching more with 55.5, nipping teammate win," said Coach Howard. Kraillnrd losing out for the Stuart National of Stuart Jerry's Catering was the 1976
points. helped the Tornado
StarKe Florida 32091 Vernon Davis' 56.0. Mwoiul time in doublesmat Fla. won the -1977 Green Regional champs and Miami
Phonei 904 ... $(4KOCKfOKD sprint medley team finish first chew\\ ith a l 5-8 loss giving' Machine Softball Invitational metro champs for the past 20
MAP with a 2:09.5: time, adding Bradford High did not slack I Bl'udlord! I a 5-2 edge to take the Tournament last weekend at years.The. I
PV8USHIRS, Inc. more points to his total, and
*fi$ Sand Ih n., ".,ii,. r 0 let tilt the off in the mile relay either. In A ton of steel can be drawn mulch. Starke's Westside Park. tournament's leading
Kestfotl, Illinm tills ran a leg on winning 880 this event the Big Red's Bryan into more than 10 miles of Coiit-h :Mike Sexton said 635 hits were collected and hitter and most valuable
yard relay team, who recorded Whitney grabbed first with a wire, National Geographic 'I IKMiicclenny team was 571 runs scored in the tourney.Ray's player (MVP) was Bill
another a time of 1:35.2: for time of 5:03.: says. pretty inexperienced playing of Walso placed Bedtngfield of Ray's. The

1.2 points. second in the tournament, Waldo slugger hit 11 home 1.
while Jerry's Catering of runs and hit for an .840
Miami finished third and Lake average in the tourney. He

BUY ALL THE BREAD & BUTTER FOOD fourth.Butler's Pine Air Farms appearances produced 21 at the hits plate.in 25 1

Besides Pine Air Farms Bobby Stephens of the
another local team. Starke's Green Machine was the ,
YOU NEED THIS WOK BREAD BUTTER Hasty Green, participated in tourney's third leading hitter 'j 3
PLATES PLATE the tournament. Pine Air with a batting average of 750.
ONE WITH' EACH S3.0O IN PURCHASE Farms bowed out of He went 12 for 16 at the plate \
59 < FAIR competition in this double with nine home runs. 1 f fIn
elimination tournament by all, 212 home runs were
LAST CHANCE THIS WEEK losing to the champion Stuart hit in the tournament an

National, and Ray s of Waldo. average of 15.2 per game. !
THIS PROGRAM TERMINATES WEDNESDAY MARCH 30, 1977. N Hasty Green lost to Jerry's The Green Machine will l
SUPERMARKETS Catering, the 1976 regional next btJ in action tonight, as :
champions, and Ray's of they take on Howard Carroll, I
OFF pPntle CUSTOMER SERVICE NOTICE Waldo. Manufacturer of Howard I

"This is probably the Carroll bats Starting the
U WE ARE RENEWING ALL CHECK CASHING CARDS. fI we are pleased to accept strongest invitational tourna- latter part of April Pine Air

ANY SIZE 'AT YOUR CONVENIENCE, STOP BY THE OFFICE U.S.D.JL FOOD STAMPCOUPONS ment"that has ever been held Farms will be playing more
here, said Townsend Strick often. Also during July the
I land manager of G\: !. Green Machine's schedule
DOZEN IMMEDIATELY. IF YOU DO NOT NOW HAVE A Stuart National includes to ,
EGGS was 1974- a trip Maryville
i I CHECK CASHING CARD WE WILL BE PLEASED TO 1975 state Softball champs. Tenn. for the Great Smokey
-- ---- -- -- --- -- BUS Football

Schedule SetBradford

Bargains MAR 23.TNHU WIO, MAD. JO.1977. ") STARKE Ihgh 1977 football 'F!
QUANTITY MIGHTS MCSIKVKD. schedule is now complete and
RIBS FROZEN Fri Sat Sun features eight of the ten 1976
Richard Cardella In opponents.The .
f''' 3T
r r Ir I Big Red's new
ROUND STEAK 5(0 88 "Crater LakeMonster"tPG opponents will be Palatka
LB High and Clay High. By the
: end of this school year
AXELRODS @ ( ) Palatka Central and Palatka
U.S..GOVT. $138 : South, a 1976 opponent will
INSPECTED : SOUR COTTAGECORN PLUS"Legend merge and become Palatka
FED CREAM CHEESE High. The school will remain
1z 160z I 320z of 3-A, however.

SAVE CUP 69C CUP $12C Sept 16 Vanguard H 8 p.m.
EveryDayLowPrice fjjfFYNE 'L-LA'A' 1 Spider Forest'PG; ) Sept.23 Buchholz H 8 p.m.
DIRK' S PANTRY PRIG' [ Sept.30 Clay High A 8 p.m.
HAM Oct. 14 Ware Co. A 8 p.m.
:lrAJi American I ov Dl ly Oct.21 Forest A 8 p.m.
SLICEDBREAKFAST STEAKS Cheese Food HECC3 Oct.28 Palatka H 8 p.m.Nov.4 .
Baker Hi. H 8p.m.
1201 $199 1201 98C Nov. 11 St. Aug. A 8 p.m.
FRESH GROUND a PKG. P1(0. Fri Sat Nov 18 Live Oak H 8 p.m.

BACON 1 Tim Conway In
BEEF or (UYIa \



LB :AoIN:'OH'OHT..E/ 99CI ncxwcao[ ,oL4eYMMw.


PURE PORKSAUSAGE j r, Witlt IMsm-y Charley
: [. P19Naa'IkH11r

: a j --c a 1

ng 1lttils ; I

Sun Mon

Bargains in Produce Bargains in Baker/ Ol NO DE LAUHENTH3LSVANCLB. ._t. About This Question: i
? -"My son play a I
school instrument in

APPLES 3 891f. FRESH FLORIDA' POUND DINNERFLORIDA the school band this"year.
BAG &li! We parents are
for the
STRAWSuper J ,......... o. :_.... responsible!
GRAPEFRUIT 8FOR 'l"1 89CPAN 3/89/ instruments. Can
fed PLUSMARJOE60RTNER musical instrumentsbe

Discount |PAVE ZOl ERRIE E i t'' SAVE 10 SAVE 18' insured agaist

I loss, theft, or J
Super Discount Io' Discount 2a'
Super '
1 damage, by nonprofessionals -

PINTS I than $I?"


Ne Charley E. ,\
N ta '.1


5 LBBAG CARROTS CABBAGE Holsum Rye Bread i iMinr 2/M/ 1 964-5070 I

PM i n*un r *

19 < IQ15 Dessert Cups 39
pwm ran IM tnt ir .
French Stick Bread 2/51/ Opening Fri. March 11 ,.j i

4tsf irR, ,. 7f ,1': ,..n .RrlydM.y. wP..rm .hltA,w n ba'f..: Q iEr Tw,. ",, <\' Ysl Running Divisions Of Cars: '.,;:

SAVE 40'' CASH late Model i Hobby
32oz < > IMfl I I 1 A'.i : ; Ml N t OF t
DAWN r iMPl I ft AS' u. [ M* MI .i Admission M" Adults

PASSOVERFOODS $, EASTER FOLGER'S 1 Gates Open 4 P.M./ I I M" children e To 12 Ii

DISHWASHER First Race 8 P.M. | Free Under 8

j., CANDIES, <. COFFEE 14 mil* South Of U'fc City On 441 At 1-79

DETERGENT k/ 2 IB CAN e Columbia County Speedway

!, _w.M.er..ae a wL ..
lE- -_------ J Elllsvllle. Fla. 3/10.3/31
------ i


1 ) '


1 --. .- --" .- .. --. ..:... .,......'::1,_.._.. __'_ '" "' "_" ._ 1.:...

""_._ _........-.. _.. "'....-.................-...-.. J...... .. ......... .,....... ........_ """- 1& ......."'.--.. r't."'-"'."< Ifo' .... .
1' -. .. .. ( ( ......_ ...
.- '" _. ...... ......,,_ ,_ I

RA IKLEGKAPII March 21. l 77

SALE PRICES GOOD > + +'+ + [ Scouts Presented

C K E THRU OPEN SUNDAY WEDNESDAY DAILY 10-7 9.9 b..,," 1p-- | Merit BadgesA


,,. .. LIMITED SUPPLY Q{yy t; \;p;p;;\ 0 r "se 1 s s r Marc with court awards.15.70 of to honor Tuesday present; was 10 held night scouts by,

r9 Don Hardenbrook, chair-
0 man of the Advancement
Committee presented the
awards. Todd Schmidt was in
COPPERTONE charge of the program.

a es THERAGRANJBfflJ .ALL LLOYD'S HAND HELDCREST Receiving awards were:
Todd Schmidt life scout; Cris
SUDDEN Felos, first class; Larry Saucer
REG, OR MINT Lester Randolph second
TAN CALCULATORS class; Dennis Magyar!, Gary
I' HIGH POTENCY Perry Bobby Thomas Vin-
l1lTV. VITAMIN FORMULA cent Thomas, Andrew
SUNTAN WITH MINERALS Thomas and Donnie Wilker-
z Z son all received the rank of
r a a 100 CT. .tenderfoot.
: TOOTHPASTE LOTION LIMIT ONE LARGE % Scoutmaster David Montgomery
zzz 14 OZ LIMIT TWO ASSORTMENT : presented the

+: SAL5E 02 pOOp TO FROM CHOOSE I Schmidt following, merit citizenship badges in: Todd the

9 9 nation and two merit badges
7 7
10' rn N M 3 Cris Felos, one merit badge;
LIMIT LABEL ICE6 3 209 Terry badges.Mundorff eight merit

The scouts of troop 70
REG. PRICE initiated Terry Belcher and
Scott Sellers In an impressive
\: candlelight ceremony
''''**x-x: *>:;* H V-*" : emphasizing the scout laws.
::: :... '., .- + John Schmidt was
aSti r'h i s }
} 'C +t k LK y 7 1 s. presented a certificate of
appreciation for his parti-
II.MITCOUftRFOR /, cipation in the 1976 Suawnnee
River raft race.
DOCS film about the 1975 and 1976
3 SPEED FANLIGHT HARTZ Mrs. John Schmidt served re
LOZENGES 24 C'T.d' '. freshments.Dr. .
; '' IN WEIGHT Wayne Whitten chair-
S'' SILENT MOTOR 1J "man'of the Troop Committee,
''" VITALIS SUPER REG. $34.99 'FOR I COUNTER TOP, Montgomery with the Troop
3i, > HOLD 83C '/ TABLE OR FLOOR Chapter for 1977. This is the
s DOG& CAT TICK 36th year that the Starke Kola

4 HAIR SPRAY . . . .. ry Club has sponsored. o lI.
> 2897 M88 } & FLEA COLLAR 70."I
: ti wish .to. thank all the
CHOICE OF PUPPY parents for their support with
FLEET To Use C REG. 26.99 such a good attendance," said
3 3 !\, MED. SIZE Montgomery.

T ENEMA 4 1 Vz OZ. . .. .. REDWOOD AND ; #743 / (DOG OR 9 ,March .
s i\ \ a CAT I' Gusty ;



/flU\ 1t OINTMENT . . .1.OZ.. . NON-TILT LEG CONSTRUCTION"" Collar 2" Road Hazard
1 CHAIR CHAISE March winds on open high-
-- I 24 OZ AFRESH MINTY TASTE! LIMIT ONE 1 ways can cause tricky steer
s:;: ing and loss of control for
+ .. LISTERMINT 109 motorists the Florida High
< .--- 25' OFF LABEL REG 988 REG 1988 way Patrol cautions.

+ : ti;:. MOUTHWASH & GARGLE 11.99 2388 "Gusty winds which can be
expected this time of year are
definite tralfic hazards> ,
} OLD strong gusts of cross winds on
vehicle off the roadway or
r TWIN PACK BEACH SMOKER across the center line, especially -
4 PAK SPICE small light-weight
FLIP FLASH ELECTRIC GRILL + automobiles, motorcycles and
h "AA" mobile home trailers" said
director of the Patrol.
BATTERIES ,410.99r 'REGUI.AR32 8S REG.. LIME. Drivers should be alert for
fI: Orri' J n REG, .1 HERBAL OR locations along the highway
2 which are possible danger
OO.BACK "pots\\herethey I mightexpt'l.tthe
159 888 26 effects of crosswinds.>
; ti Likely spots lire bridges and
I Ifi
,, IIIM heavily wooded! areas which
; often block winds for
$ cross a
2 ,
s + short distance and add to the
STURDY 5 FT. gusty effect of strong \\n1l1>>.
when passing or being
+ passed by large trucks or
STEPLADDER "Watch lor potential trouble
c -> 6V4 OZ. CANS spots and should your vehiclebe
35 HP Bnggs & Stratton 4. -' OIL ROASTED l forced off the roadway onto
,;; cycle motor Adjustable cutting .' REGULAR 1.39 Id s' + ++ '. h. + } Mkw the shoulder, keep u firm gripon
: F
: height from 1'/J"1 to 3' Front 11988 PLANTERS { f the steering wheel applythe
wheel drive brakes gradually and con
REG 141 88 REG. ? tinue with two wheels on I the
99 fi '1499SPECIAL 1188 } shoulder, until your speed is
rl'luced.evl'r: jerk the w hurl

GRASS CATCHER ?E.G. S9. $7.81 + TOM'S when highway,steering, ," said hack Beach.SERVICE onto. I the




REGULAR 119 t 88
S ti 6010CUTSPERMIN< : REG. $4.99MEN'S
: SUPER I I V *% *

'}" '1 9988 13 99 'lii'8, Ecsa MODEL ) 1 399 Sale Reg. price*8 $499 'calve' J49c MEN

}{ l.t.I Robert Urlgll"n(
3/4 INCH X 50 FT. Assigned to H.folk
j 5.. VINYL FT. POLK. La. Army
Yr' WADE GARDENHOSE SURF RIDER First Lieutenant Robert A
CLIMATEBRASS Driggers, Jr., whose wife.
UTTING: WITH ROPE Janet, lives at 54 Ureenbriar.DeKidder. .

assigned to the Fifth
#R030C DIAM IN CIRCLE OR ,. Infantry
= REG 6 pUB8ER12E0CANVAS Division at Ft. Polk. La.
%:"== "; SQUARE OF 32)32' SANDALS / WITH GRAB ROPE. Film Prints Lt. Driggers entered the

9a9'r .t, TWICE Army in 1\17:1\ : and is a section
s yu w \ Cit in titn sit of prints with
:% F REG 88 m1: vtry roll ol color or blick end leader in Troop D, Fourth
I' \1 .1. THE
,. Squadron. Twelfth( Cavalry of
: ; 2.49 whiti libn and
/ ; \ dtviloptd pnn- the division. He received his>
r PRINTS tI! lid TODAY AND commission through the He-
REG. 17.97 EVERYDAY.Kodak serve()icers'Training Corps
., ANDTWICE program.
lie received a B S:degree in
College Lakeland.
,+ EXTENSIONCORD CASUALS 6305'INNING WI hEn! you pick :up yourdtvtloptd His parents live in fake
l THE film' End posts buy Butler.
REEL ANDCOMBO two rolli ol Kodacolor or
7 ROD. black and whiti' print him 'for
,.> CHOICE OF BROWN OR REG.3 99 tht ragular pnci ol on* :Miller Reports

: ... 8 811 ONE PIECE Marine Private First Class
Tommy W. Miller
F20100 WITH MONO LINE nephew of
32/0 100 J.A. Peterson of Starke. has
reported for duty with the
Third Marine Division
REG. $8 88 Okinawa.A .
{ + 1976 graduate of Bradford
High School. Miller joined the
i :b wrw rrrrr.r m Marine
Corps In June 197B.!

4 3 L JDQOQO iuj i Is arthritiscausing

831 S. Walnut Starke. Fla. look and feel
r. older than. you


PAST 40?.>Srr Page 1 12

t I I y .
1 tPage

0 yA i ... 'L. .h sw. ......, aA.wiur ........ v waI ........_ _: v:.;: ::. "..... ...., .w ____u.. ._ .. ___ . .

'''''-''.".'.., _'. ........,......... ....".'............._.._..,.._......_--.... ., .. ._ ..... .... .. . .. .
I '' . r !' ', .. -- .' -.- '. .. .. .. .. ---.-... .. .- ..".-
r- ,
.. '
March 24.1977 TELEGRAPII Page9A

,Hospital Operated More / t, s I

Efficiently, Trustees Told I' I II


In 1976 Audit Report G Gr ""- >! \

tra '
Ar.. ar. I r ;

i t <
was willing to re-negotiate:

His $25,200 yearly contract 1
a gives him two weeks vacation
annually, one week a year for
education and one weekendper

month off. ,
As a regular x .i
.k.a the hospital.Mrs.. Tomas ... '. J

y ., would holidays.vacation have Her and salary two six of $weeks 20N)0 paid( ) Walnut Street House Moved To 1 Make Room For Methodist Ch.c-I;: Expansionbu : ,

t. plus insurance benefits would t
'" ",., yo be a total of $23,262. The hos
r pital would have to maintain What would you do with this two-story 16-room house If you had It out In the The; church plans to build a new Fellowship lIali and enlarge Its educational '
,,,., coverage for 38 days of the middle of Walnut Street Moving 01 the Lu Struth home down Walnut Street to so the church will eventually extend the entire block from Jefferson:
year at a cost of$25 a day for a the site of the former Parks home makes room for the First United Methodist Jackson Streets and lace Walnut Street. to !

total of $24,087 for the pack-. Church to begin planning a building program.
:.; age. /I .
In other business the board :
... voted to accept the low bid of .!

..1aJ( .. ., $1,450 from King X-Ray for a
r) .-- 's. x-rac phototimer. Hospital
administrator R.D. Edmond 31 Earn AtBHS II
I Bradford County Hospital Board chairman Billy Dampier IU(I son told the board he was able Straight-A's
welcomes new trustee Dan Williams of Hampton. to obtain a film processor
from surplus property for$750
as opposed to a new cost of Thirty-one Bradford High Guy Hammon, son of Mrs; a ,
Bradford County Hospital percentage paid by medicarewere $8,000.) Total costs would be School students 2.6 percent of Lena O'Neal of Starke. Guy ,
trustees got the bottom line factors for the increase $2,250 for repairs and the student body of 1,200- takes drafting. ', s; ot
Thursday night for the 1976 Crippen said. installation for the earned etraight-A's for the Lorretta Hand, daughter of
audit from auditor Arthur The auditors recommendedsix machinery.The fourth six-week grading Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Hand of t + Ntt pip f p,
Crippen and heard the hospital accounting proceduresthey board approved a period which ended March 8..' Starke. Her subjects are art a..
had increased its net income said 'should help with request by the lab Ninety-four students placedon and drama and is on the s \
from $"),OB1"for the pre bookkeeping operations and technicians for a.one hour the A-B honor and seven annual staff. y w e ',
vious year to $7,348 for the cut the cost of the audit fee. minimum on a call back to the earned all B's. Nancy Hildreth daughter of I
period Oct 1, 1975 to Sept. 30, Crippen told the board he hospital for lab work. The Students earning straightA's Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Hildreth of
1976 would be meeting with annual Increase. would be are: Kingsley Lake. Nancy takes ,
Crippen said the "hospitalhad !Medicare representatives on around $400. trigonometry and applied .
a pretty good year it Friday March 19 to try and The board welcomed new SENIORS math. +w +, :.
operated more efficiently than clear up who owns the ambulances board member Dan Williamsof Cassandra Johnson ,; ry' ..
1975 and. collected more Crippen said Hampton and chairman Susan Blalock daughter of daughter of Mrs. Bertha John- t ::-.
money exp'ciallyIedicare.! ." Medicare remains under the Billy Dampier placed him on Mrs. Jimmy Blalock of son of Lawtey. Her subjectsare
Crippen told the trustees the impression the county owns the building and grounds Starke Her subjects are English,advanced PE and ..--
$52.ouo: increase came about the hospital and the hospital committee with George Shu- applied mathematics and applied math. ,
because the operating expenses operates the ambulances for. ford. Dampier named other physical education. Mark Joyner son of Mr. and r
did not increase in the the county. standing committees Lucy Bradley, daughter of Mrs Royce Joyner of lamp
amounts that were expectedand The board heard a proposal including : executive Mr.and Mrs. Clyde Bradley of ton. His subjects are English
the gross volume of from Laura Thomas of committee. Dampier, Char Starke. Lucy is enrolled in advanced PE, and applied
business increased !More Gainesville to provide ney Williams and Inez Green; English physics, mathe math.
people using the hospital anesthesia services to the hospital financial committee, Green matics and independent Joy Mains daughter of Mrs.
accounted for an increase as a regular employee of and Shuford and professional science. Mildred Jordan of Starke. a, 'a
from $13 million to $165 the hospital.Ron committee Charney Gina Brown, daughter of Joy takes French individual ,
million for the year, said Douglas who currently Williams. Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Brown of study) in science, advanced PE ; r. :
Crippen. serves the hospital under a Edmondson brought the Starke. Gina takes communications and is a teacher's aide
The auditor said that while contract arrangement did not board up to' date on the and expression, typing Donna Moore, daughter of v k
$140.000 was due to an appear before the board to re organizational chart with job II, applied math, office procedures Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mooreof t j
for the fourth sixth week grading partial 3J
Bradford High School students earning straight A's /( |
increase in rates the rest was negotiate his contract which descriptions for everyone in and teacher's aide. Starke Her subjects are :S
because of the increase in expires April 1. the hospital. He said it shouldbe Darla Christopher shorthand II, earth science, ending !March 8 are 11 l-r) :
occupancy and services rendered Douglas asked to have his finished by budget time and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. office aide and teacher's aide. Bottom row- Brian \Vhitney, Chub Johnson! Ilarla Chrlstopht'r.luc> Itracflry, :x:
l. Increase! in percentageof contract extended for one would contain minimum and Thomas D. Christopher of Briar Patray daughter of and Nancy Hildreth. v::
Tt' tlI. Feiesa ::
occupancy by medicare month from the March 1 maximum salary range for all Starke Her subjects are Dr. and Mrs. J.W. Pat ray of Middle row Terry.. -Mundorff. Donald \\ilson. Joey Riggs.! Kathy :'v.;::
patients and the increase in expiration? date indicating he jobs. physics, chemistry humanities Keystone Heights. Her sub Gina Brown. Betsy .Yawn Carolyn Roller and Michelle Dianepavisl'amt'nderhillTomu1'alrk Gullion. .lackC
Williams, Beth Davis
Back row Syl\an
in calculus band
independent study jects are '
and science. and teacher's aide son Prevatt. Donna !Moore and Susan Edwards. :Not' pictured are Susan lilalock. dm. Hammon.J:
government physics Lorretta Hand Cassandra Johnson, Mark Jojner, Joy :.Mains, Nrlar.F'alruy, unit Juily Stephens. !
I New Roofs; Slated For 9 Schools Beth Davis daughter of Mr. Tonya Patrick daughter of
and Mrs. James A. Davis of Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Patrick of o-:
Theressa. Beth takes' Lawtey.. Tonya takes book Pam Tucker daughter of FRESHMEN: :' Gornto, Teresa llobbs
:Nine: sites! were approvedMonday 1 County School Baord for re- with two sites to be consideredas vocabulary and grammar keeping II and is a teacher's Mr and Mrs Neil Tucker of Valerie Jones. 'f racy Kelly. ':::
: night by the Bradford roofing at a cost of $113,000 alternates and dropping shorthand II, applied math-,, aide ,and Flakes office proce- Starke. Pam takes chemistry ,Chub Johnson, son of Mrs. Alisa Morris Karen Reddish. '

,.. ", .Starke, Elementary! .until the, bookkeeping lIand typing,,IIJ dures. I, algebra-* |E; typing* Jt i, I t!Io 'EXCEL' covered walkways are Diane Davis daughter of Judy'Stephens, daughter of science research and math. His subjects are PE science son, >k O'.enny Kodrique. y r:
TCE WE. replaced. Mr and Mrs Oscar Davis of' Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Stephensof general literature, civics, and Margaret Smith. PnscillaSlalnaker. .<,
Architect Cra9g Salley Starke. Diane is an office aide, Lawtey Her subjects are JUNIORS algebra IITeresa Son\'a Tl'nlIInd. ;:
presented the board with a and takes shorthand, and cooking and baking and Knepper daughterof Donna Thornton.
NTFNA CO study that has emerged in bitsin typing IISusan teacher's aide. Michelle Gullion, daughterof (Mr. and Mrs L.P. Knepper Tenth grades students onIhe ??:;
pieces over the past several Edwards daughter of Kathy Teston, daughter of Mr and Mrs C.E. Gullionof Teresa's subjects are PE A.Honor Roll are: Todci <;;
r: months and was pulled Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ed Mr. and Mrs J.E. Teston of Lawtey. Her subjects are modern science, French, :\ hlineJera1d13aldwin.Julia y i
together for a total look at the wards of Kingsley Lake. Lawtey. Kathy takes book trigonometry chemistry, civics. Algebra II and Chambers. Ka\lma Conger ti;
roofing problems in the Susan takes American keeping II, shorthand II, communication and ex English. :Marlene 1 Daw son. ('\Jllhm 1 Dc1- ;;;;,.
{ 7 school centers. Salley listingthe calculus office and cheer- witt. Klixahcth: I I\al.l. \\' -
Literature procedures pression, advanced art, advanced Joseph Riggs. son of Mr a.ncFerguson ;
sites said the ones needingthe humanities, and research and leading. drama and teacher's and !Mrs Donald A. Riggs of 'lr.icGeorge; ; c;
,r A work worse were the most writing. aide. Starke His subjects are art Jjnu (iodw in. :Maicla! (;loodtfc- :r
yl : + expensive ones Terry Mundorff, son of Mr. algebra. English, MSM Christina iointo.; ('.\ nlhui. t::
Sites slated for repairs to and Mrs! Wayne Mundorff of Betsy Yawn daughter of Gornlo Momquc1: Gravel; :Net: ?;.+
bring the building into good Starke. His subjects are Mrs Lila Hae Yawn of Starke. son Greennlhia!i Ciiillith; .
i ;r't condition and stop leaks are: music, American literature Betsy's subjects are band'algebra Harriet lIa'l11l11. Sharon .:'

; ,f, l.awtey Elementary, $32,584; band, American history. II, English. :MSM.: PE Ilobbs. Anita .Johnson :Me1 ;<;
r County Office, $18,135; Brad Carolyn Roller daughter of Pamela Underhill daughterof lame :Morn. ''.i
ford :Middle School $16.907; George Roller of Lawtey. Her !Mr. and :Mrs. Richard Un tins Tlnthu :\gU: )('n. :Michael t
BMS: gym, $439; Hampton subjects are chemistry, cal derbill of Stacke Her subjects Prcbccitt. Pamela Stalnakci ;;
r .. f Elementary, $4.505,'Southside culus, American history. are civics, algebra Ii. French Robert! 'Mike: Starling :Mat "';
Elementary $3.510; Vo-Tech a French biology II, researchand vocabulary and composition vln Tyson. and Bobbin Wad- >:{
Administration. $1.170: writing modern science and PE: worth ....
Brooker Elementary $4.5Q5 ,. Students on the A.B Honor ;\,B Honor Roll students "<.
and Bradford High School r SOPUOMOHES: / Roll in the 12th grade are from the ninth grade au ;
$2.925 .. Johnnie lU'll. Jetl-c'iA Hinokvi
Michele Arrowa. Lee! Casey:- ;
He-roofing for $31,590 at the ,. ...JF Brian Whitney son of !Mr Pam Chapman. Robin Chism. Patrick: ('raulord Sandra ..
(plain David Bennett unit commander or local 6.11maintenance Vo-Tech building and the Vo- and !Mrs William E. Whitneyof Sandra DeSue, Ellen George. .. Crutchliold Sandra Dailcx r
companyrm>' :National' Guard. accepts the Tech cafeteria were listed as Starke Brian takes PE art Jay Godwin Annette Griff is. Sarah r K 0'\(.It'd! "Taliaferro Trophy" from Warrant Officer Robert alternates with Superinten Jr. ROTC algebra I and English Rhonda f la rr ell, Fa\on I Hawkins Ia\id "Fussell. limothxJISSN ;
l'ah'r"IIt'am captain. Pictured (ll-r> are: :Michael Pruitt dent Tom Casey saying that i .' Denise Herse>'. HobbinHood. ( Catherine (;ruler: :a
tram roach; I Leslie Carllon. Steve \arnum. Hubert Paterson, work could be done when the Sylvan Williams daughterof Pennirae Hunt. Linda :\hra llaiikc-rson. JamcJohnson. :
Terry larder I firing members; ('larence.Ilutcheson, high team de+'additions are done and ar !Mr. and Mrs Albert Jones Harold Leterson James !l.uke John '
aggregate( ( : David Bennett and :Michael Khoden. then vocational funds could be Williams of La\\ fev. Her sub Densie Lyons. Thomas :Meng. :Miller 'lieng :Ngugrii. 'Icin .
used rather than regular jects are PE, home Karen Powell Todd Schmidt. Patra>. (' funds. economics, BSCS, vocabularyand Barbara Telken. and Ho hell (Duanc Seaile. Shl'lTll' sbmn. :;
Guard> Rifle Team Is Tops In State The board members on composition, applied Jenkins. Richard Smith and ROIHH-

recommendation from Salley math record keeping cheerleading Eleventh: grade students on Williams r
honors and first placeIrfiphifS won first place outscoring Stare repairs for $22.2.10 al Y v i'i : '.r the A.B Honor Roll are:
were earned by local other guard units throughout Elementary.Salley .. _. ... _.:.t. Freddie Aldndge. Tam my The B-Honoi Roll tor thr
walkways at Mr.
covered Donald Wilson son
Florida the. Andrews :Mark Box. Laura Itch grade is: .\nnaAIauvlewis )
Maintenance;: : (Company Guard at Thc> military issue \1-16: 5.56 this time were "not a safety to and Mrs Donald R, Wilson of Chase Brenda Creamer. Bnl\\11. Damn Jones' .
Ihe' levc-l National: :
state mm \\l'apooas fired at 100.JIHI )( life problem" and should be Month Hampton Donald takes algebra Diane Crews, Bonnie Culver Sheryl 1 Sapp. Janice Mncum ''{
nllecompiMilionlu'ldat I'.l.uulinii.\ :March :5.fi. Camp :! mid :.KM) >ard ranges Both good for another three years Employee Of The I, English history ad son. Christina Easton. Shan' Kim Tl'I1Il'and' Donna Thorn- ..:t-.
rapid and slow I lire methods and recommended not vanced physical sCIence. Edwards, Neva Flynn. Terri ton.

This is the secondcar in a were utilized in the standing "throwing when away money to re-on Bertis Robinson, an 18 year employee of Bradford County .
low the- Stark based! unit has sitting and prone positions. roof they planned" Hospital has been chosen \tarch.emploYf'e: of the month. 4 .
Public Set On PUD
replacing the walkways I y IAn
The estimated cost of Mrs. Robinson a nurse's aide who has worked all shifts was April :{
work at BCII
chosen by her fellow employees for outstanding
$111.000)( allows a 20 percent
contingency for reroofingcost and described by a fellow worker as'"the most patient and un ordinance calling for save several trips through the ard The- %;
to increase projected derstanding." planned unit developments zoning process bv having a ordinance woum .....o provide ;y;
\, 1, ahead to May. Salley told the Helping other people that is my calling.".said Mrs. Robin PUD's( ) Is set for public master plan for the use of the that after the zoning board ',;;
a t tti board and the audience: that son. She devotes her off duty time to singing i in the Fbenezer hearing at the next regular land. Any PUD plan 1 presentedto gave its approval con- >;
bidders for the projects must Baptist Church choir Mrs. Robinson has three children. A son. session. April. of the Brad the zoning board would .struction in the Pl'Dould :?
he "pre-quahfied" to submit a Malachl Henry who will graduate from the University of ford Board of County Commissioners show proposed locations of have to begin within two oo:
bid to insure the work will be Southern Mississippi in June; Deborah Moore also a nurse'saide residences commercial >ears. t j
up to standards and their work at BCII. and Gwendolyn a secretary in Jacksonville.Congratulating L.M. Gaines. zoning establishments churches and A PUD would allow ? :
guaranteed by a bonding :Mrs. Robinson! is Mike Usw alt, director of director told the com recreational areas within that developers to sell smaller
nurses, missioners Monday the development. than th current :ao.Ot'O!() )(! squarefeet tix
company. zoning
board approved the ordinance Although a PUD was not minimum allowed in the :::5>:

at its February 22 meeting needed at the present time county fora single-famll ko
Hospital Asserts Ownership Of EMT which would allow for self- Gaines said in the next three residence if a central sewage ,'X' '
contained communities on a years there was a possibility treatment s>stem was installed ; 4 i
of 20 of a development in the county The ordinance would '
minimum acres.
$100.000 that has since been allow the builder to sell o ;i 1
400 also
In an attempt to convince Edmondson explained that to the that might encompass
repaid. Gaines explained board would lots as small as 7.500()( square
Medicare officials that acres. The zoning
$15.000) for 197475
year Trustees who attended the board that developers plan- master plan for a feet if the residence had a .::'$
w' + ambulance service is was disallowed and was paid commercial and receive a
provided by the Bradford back to Medicare; but the special meeting Dampier. ning residential groupings would PUD and any changes in the sewage disposal system.. w'" '
County Hospital the board of appealed the Mrs. Inez Green. Charney plan would have to come back 'a',; I
hospital :.
76 .du : .
:.i:. in Williams and Dan Williams ,:;
s :
--- -- '----'--- trustees Tuesday night decision. The resolution
special session adopted a adopted carries on that talked briefly about the contract In Wreck l :I
69 BMS Student' Head For U.S. Cup lol resolution stating that fact. appeals effort and. if completed for anesthesia services Local Youths Escape Injury || ,
for the
I Hospital administrator R.D. satisfactorily thehospital hospital. ,,
Board members had met
!'iidy-nlnt' Bradford Middle school 7th and Nth gradersanxiously to Arthur Edmondson Crippen and have auditor been back the could$15.'ne :Moore.. ol Hampton. he attempted to negotiate the 4}
lIaltord to "ail-aboard"; for their four day trip trying to convince Medicare : medical staff who said the escaped serious injury According to the Florida right cur\e The Honda o\er- > ,
( I'.('. through Blue Cross of Florida Trustee chairman Billy services of Ron Douglas were Friday. March 18. when an Highway Patrol report. Bate turned and passenger Moore i
i In Waldo' :
Thr'lU: students and six adults left the Amtrak station the intermediary that when Dampier said differences: inwhat satisfactory. Pending re. unidentified auto cause his man was forced off the right escaped injuryThe G
al3NI:: p.m.Tuesday and expect lobe In\Vashingtonat7s3Ua.m.W.SdoMhe the 1974-73 cost report was the hospital owes negotiation of that contract motorcycle to leave the road side of the road at 50 mph to accident .occured l at y:
MPrnnv furnished Medicare the ambulances Medicare or the other way and consultation with the and overturn while the youth avoid a vehicle approachingthe t 11 l :::111!) p m. Friday and caused &k
they \\I1'"t't'' with their tour guide different board the trustees was negotiating a curve. in the Bateman'slane. estimated SHOO damage to *:s
sight Starke. will' bt' were then'.as' they around occurs in attorney motorcycle in an : .'
llollingsworth Fox.. formerly of are now provided by the hos years as Medicare adjusts the 'said they would be in better road. the motorcycle The lltghwa :
F'BI Building
Smithsonian Institute, the Cap.lol. Whit Douse nt..will l met't with pital and do not belong to the amount of percent ,they will Shape to discuss that contractat Kenneth Scott Bateman was After Bateman swerved 'Patrol are still searching for
Thr Tomb Saturday. .
representative Don Fuguebefore returning home missioners. 76 the hospital was overpaid meeting April 21, lust north of Hampton on SR221 ] off the left side of the road as other car. ;. <
:!:! with passenger<<: Barry .v

i\ t .f''

.... ... --:. ,..\r --- -.- f JrQ ..... ..ry.v- .. "

-- .--- --- ------. --. ..' .. - ---. -

Pate 10A TELEGRAPH March 2t, 1977
_.___, ._ _". ....,. ..___ _. L '__P'''''''.'''_ '_ ,_ ,,_...._............''''''' -

Lawtey Motel Being ConvertedInto .

County Agents By \ L.

'Christian Community'From Notebook Bobby .

Taylor A..ff

Phone 004-6554 m
i4ftL.( motel to Christian ---', ,
Community and campground h.1irffciEMPii

that will be the story of Spring weather Is The Steer Show will start at
Desert Isle Motel north of permitting continued activity 7 p.m. on Friday, April 1st.
Lawtey when the Rev. OliverA. in our fields and gardens. About thirty-five".11 and FFA
Jly he 3d'ST rl, 1"Ped Mecier and his wife Donna, Strawberry plants have made members will parade their
who is also a minister and his exceptional growth in the last prized steers before show
partner in developing the three weeks" and have set a Judge Sloan Baker for the
religious complex, have good crop of fruit in most official placing and selectionof
: arSt'i'nt' completed their plans, whichare r. Fields. a champion and reserve -
well under way. champion of the show.
Strawberry quality Is goodas
The program also calls for most growers are now The steers will be sold to the
construction of a lOOxlOO-foct picking some fruit. However, highest bidder by professional
tabernacle, now under s'h-.. the warm weather has causedthe auctioneer Angeleta Ilaymans
construction, which will be ____ *4 berries to ripen quicklyand at 7 p.m.,Saturday, April 2nd.In .
valued at approximately the size of the berries are

-.. : .....-..-.........'..... -...--... '-- ; ? $120,000, but will not cost r alt not as big as usual for first addition to activities and
: ,ttsr/x 1f" nearly that much since mostof pickings. exhibits in the livestock barn
at Corner ': the labor and skilled artisan other fair buildings will be full
I -: fI' .!fA, "" work is being contributed to Looks like most fields will of educational and com-
of Laura and Redgrave ,. A! the project on weekends by 4LL be in full production by the mercial exhibits. The educa-
members of) New Life Temple, time our Bradford County tional division will include
Inc., the religious group Fair opens next Wednesday. I home, school, community
founded by the Merciers with Evangelists( Oliver! and Donna Mecier are pictured with their know there are a lot of folks civic, youth and other
VIEWPOINT headquarters at 1177 East 14th son, Daniel, In front of former Desert Isle Motel I sign, which now who like to have n strawberry organizational exhibits. All
Street in Jacksonville ten heralds the "New Life Christian Community: shortcake when they take a will have an interesting and
I years ago. break while touring the fair.I informative story to tell and I
will be there to see
Laurels And DartsA The motel was purchased by Jacksonville temple, to do 1 hope you have plans to and hear you it.Incidentally.
New Life Temple, Inc. last evangelical work among the make several visits to the fair
April, and is still) being
people in prisons,
young this year. The livestock barn I will be in
laurel to neophtye Councilman Wilbur should be'strengthened, authorizing the brisk operated tourist as a trade motel, until, with the a teaching the deaf and needed.dumb, should be full of beef cattle, charge of the Agriculture
and wherever
Waters for his persistent efforts to city to do such work and if the owner renovation and change over to serving dairy cattle, hogs, poultry and exhibit. hope to have exhibits

get something done about an eyesore, refuses to pay.for it, letting the cost be- a Christian Community is The Meciers consider their. exhibits rabbits. there In addition will be at to least the of most of the crops we growin in
fire hazard, health hazard and lien the This complete. organization as a "fellow.ship" the area. Anyone can put
"un- come a against property. rather than a one livestock activity each an entry of vegetables, fruits,
attractive nuisance" embodied in the system is working very effectively in When completed, the com- denomination, and are day of the fair. nuts corn sweet potatoes,

long deserted, ramshackle residence many towns and cities, including Jack plex will have 22 individual pleased that it appeals to so will honey, syrup, eggs, etc. Call
standing in a jungle at the corner of sonville.A units and a restaurant to offer many young people, who These activities start me if you have an entry this
Laura and Redgrave Streets. room and board to elderly make up about 90 percent of with the judging of poultryand year, or ,better still, bring it to
rabbit entries at 11 a.m.
residents, plus a campgroundwith the the Fairgrounds before) a.m.
approximately 200
mixed of laurel and darts to
will be
bouquet on Wednesday. This
rental spaces and members of their Jacksonville Wednesday, March 30th.
Waters' persistent prodding the City Council for a couple of recent facilities for 20 mobile homes to have followed by the beef and dairy
temple. They plan a
apparently irritated some city officials actions: and campers.The training school for young cattle breed shows at 7:30: As you know, Bradford

who, according to one newspaper, people in connection with their C'ounty is noted for productionof
launched a "shouting match" to inform The laurel, for its promptness on a large tabernacle, now will Lawtey temple, and will also p.m.The market hog show for ..- high quality strawberries.
of construction
Waters that, at long last, the owner of stop-gap sixty-day ordinance to halt the have process promote camp meetings for II and FFA members of Since creased there interest seems in to strawberries be In-
of permits for commercial the youth during the summer Bradford and Union Countieswill -
the building had been contacted and had issuance accommondations for 500, again I hope I can get
given his permission for the city to dis buildings until the City Planning plus a nursery for children. It months of with an and extensive ,S begin at4 p.m.will on be each commercial grower to
program games sports Thursday. These pigs
of the building. Committee has finalized its complex will be of concrete block I exhibit a flat this year. If so, I
pose well
construction with an as as religious features. sold at 7 p.m. on the same day.
chore of adopting a long range comprehensive The market hog show and sale hope to have a contest to
The question remaining unanswered, Otherwise the attractive glass also select the best flat of berriesin
land use plan. The Meciers have a back They plan some is sponsored by the Bradford-
the show. Look for the
however, is how long situation like this plan would have been further ground of 86 years in recreational facilities for the Union Swine Producers and results in the Agriculture

should be allowed to exist without the jeopardized by such future non-con- evangelical work. Now 86 he elderly motel units occupants, and have of already their The !Meciers are pictured In will have twenty to twenty- exhibit nt (the fair next week.

city taking/ action to condemn the hazardor forming uses as the convenience store Is a native of Amsterdam, established a small chapel for electric golf( cart a gift from five

clear it away and bill the owner for now in the process of construction on N.Y. and has served as an religious programs in the the oung people of tht'lrJa'k..onvllIe
evangelist in every state of the congregalion. It
the cost. motel, where conduct entries.LETTERS
Madison Street.
West union, as well as Maxico and will save many steps between
Canada. His wife Donna, has services every Friday night at the motel and the construction
This particular house has been the 7:30.: TO
The dart is for completely
spent 28 years in this field, and .site of the new tabernacle
standing, uninhabited and in a negative reaction to a proposed small- has also served in Mexico and Eventually the Meciers
dilapidated condition for 25 or 30 years, scale beautification project, jointly Canada. plan to establish a kindergarten R VE ''tile. THE EDITOR. 'G
during which time it has caught fire presented by the Woman's Club of They have an especial" in addition to their other p ..

(perhaps incindiary) two or three times. Starke and County Forester Chuck interest in "outreach work, programs for young people.
During/ this time the lot has grown into a Weber. serving the religious needs of They are assisted in their .
inmates in jails and prisons work
by their son, Daniel, who
veritable jungle of trees and myrtle
'and The world's shortest river prob-
sending out young takes an active part in all
bushes, inviting youngsters/ and/or The remark of one councilman to "tell miniters, trained in their phases of the program. ably has the shortest name. It's School Hoard Salaries/
vagrants of all description into a the Woman's Club to stick to women'sbusiness" the 440 foot D River in Oregon

situation that could have led to personal shows a lack of appreciationfor Compared: Teachers'
the real of beautification, i I.:0.: .......'s,. ,-", w .sWith .".-s "
death. purpose -
injury, or even f, '-WI.i.. A person who{ serves on a will receive approximately
J ;
which is to make a town a more pleasantand 'l-.t<
School Board receives a $ 9.58 per meeting. An
This junk pile is not "out in the boondocks attractive place in which to live "'. ,. ,,- salary of approximately $4.3tX) average School Board
," but is downgrading an otherwise for everyone not just the women. .ot('"" ":," ., for the year. This, I might meeting lasts three hours.

attractive neighborhood of well-kept And, incidentally, an attractive town : '\..."!f.. add Is a supplemental] income Thus he receives about $29! tiH!
it is for and
as pm.ttimeork
homes. might even help the business men by enticing 'q : the person can also hold a' per hour.

more residents to establish homes -.r1I regular full-time job.A Counting the actual work

At present the plan is to finish here, and more tourists to stop and hours and days, the beginning

burning the building during the next fire browse around (and spend a few '. : -. beginning teacher in teacher receives

drill, the first Thursday night in April. dollars). : annual Bradford salary County of 8200.earns This an is approximately you compare$5.51 the: two per some hour.If .

This Is, of course, one way of getting it justifiable according to the times called "PART TIME"

down, but will have some undesirable Granted, there have been problemswith Board as the !teacher does not jobs it would not take a geniusto
after-effects unless the city or the owner the maintenance of past beautification work 12 months. However, for see which is the must

removes the unsightly debris, includinga projects, but on the two small scale a teacher this must be financially rewarding.Miat is
considered a full-time job due really ironic is that the lower
metal roof which will not burn. Also, sites, as outlined, the problems involved to the number of hours <(7'2)) paying job requires a four

mixed in with the jungle growth are should not be insurmountable for an involved each day.If year college degree in

some nice trees, including magnolias and efficient street department.Such education.
the School Board
dogwood, which should be interested .
someone member were to attend one I think it is about time that
in saving from fire damage on a projects, along with many other meeting per month-his part. the School Board start looking

residential lot. factors, are what city planning is all time job would net him at teachers salaries more

about. The sooner we get with them, the approximately $338 per realistically and fairly and

All of which points up the fact that the sooner we will have a community to be Iwj would meeting." be However unrealistic, since to it of according living to needs the current instead cost of

city ordinance dealing with such matters proud of. assume that business could be trying to find excuses not to

conducted on a onceamonthbasis pay them respectable
let's assume that he salaries.
.. meets once a week using( a
"Mrs., Louise T. RroxtonStarke.
fo".ppk"' month as a base). If
I Grass Roots GovernmentSome tiyie '' !ML'.meets! !! 48. times a year he Fla.

cynics will dismiss it as a Will the President wade into the AND 10411.,1TF:

political ploy..some as an attempt to bureaucratic jungle with a broad axe, or On 21 March, 1977, I attended Dear Sir:
woo voter support for upcoming battles target date for final completion tentatively set for April the Bradford County School
will he be content to whittle away J'1 Jartnlenls t I. the new 50-unit I'ine The Bradford Middle School
'orestpartn1t"lIls complex on Slate
with Congress..and doubting Thomaseswill politely with a pen knife? What is his Knad 100 West may be ready to rrfeite its first residents during Board meeting in regard to Newspaper Club greatly enjoyed -
my son Vincent (Billy) Oliver the tour that :Mrs. Mis-
attribute other ulterior motives to strategy to assure Congressional back- the last two weeks of :March Hon Da\is. of D.S.&N. Con-
from Brad-
J\T being suspended
(jar cally gave us through The
President Carter's "town hall" fctruction (So., said
meetingat ing in this effort? These and other yesterday ford Middle School for combing Telegraph plant last Friday.We .

Clinton, Mass last week. But the f fact questions along this line would have The$!Itrolul project will Include six one bedroom units. 16 two his'hair in the toilet.If .
remains that he went farther than been of interest to the appreciate the time she
any great long- COII'jJ/"Otl bedroom, and 2H three bedroom al"'rlmt'llts.Iso included are I I receivedthe
may say so:
other President in U.S. history to con suffering taxpayers. quarters for the resident manager( 3lalvmaIlteanySniit4ianda : ( most polite KISS OFF I spent snowing and telling us
vince the American people that he is service building.TVomarl'S (. have ever received from any how you put together a news-
paper, and are sure the thingswe
their "partner" in government not Harrison Wellford, the President's one. learned will be helpful

their adversary.And executive associate director for reorganization It became evident to me ...hen..e start our own school

and management, has said Club Project that nothing was going to be paper.
judging from the warm and done by the Bradford County Tammy Denton
that "no one is going to lose a job be-
friendly reaction of those who were fortunate School Board on the subject. Lori Lawson
cause of reorganization. How then, we BMS "Newspaper Club
to share almost ninety minutes ofgiveami Meets Cold Council
take may ask, will there be a saving to taxpayers The only reason I deduced
on an unprecedented one-
? from the meeting for their

to-one basis with the President, this portion of the Starke City maintenance and assume done the DOT could come in support of Moore's policy was quite, beautiful little town

meeting was a successful attempt by Mr. The answer may lie in the normal Council viewed a beautification liability for that part of the and maintain it for the city they "must support" their and I must admit that most of
Carter to fulfill an oft repeated project of the Starke land that was involved. and bill it or do away with the school administrators. At- its ordinary citizens that I
of attrition. It is estimated that
the process Woman's Club with a torney Jess Wolbert suggested have had to
campaign pledge! to bring government Weber explained as county landscaping.Mayorcommissioner reason encounter
closer to the people. The measureof ten per cent of government workers iaundiced eve when county forester he would help in pre- Charles that they reinstate Billy to have been beautiful people;
his in the enthusiastic leave their jobs each year for one rea- forester Chuck Weber approached paring plans for landscapingthe Schaeffer said the city school and was ignored as BUT: If last night's School
success was son or another. Since there are some them for their opinion two areas being had a bad experience on north bluntly as I was. Board meeting was a symbolof
reaction of his audience in brief interviews 40,000 such employees, if these jobs are Tuesday night :March 13. considered a median strip in US-301. "As much as the It would appear that I haveno its justice for the citizens of
on television following the live, "They should stick to front of Bradford Square and ladies want to do it, in the past other choice than to take Starke, it is no wonder that
unrehearsed exchange of questions and not filled as they are vacated, it means women's business and forgetit the triangle between US-301 they planted and then let itgo the matter to higher some of Starke's lifelong

answers. that the federal payroll will be reducedby ," said councilman Joe and Walnut St. said Schaefer. authority, as satisfaction can- residents have no respect for
16,000 workers by the end of Mr. Warren after Weber speakingon The contract that would not be achieved from the il.

True, the town meeting interrogatorswere Carter's term. That, in itself, would be behalf of the woman's have to be signed by the over The to proposal the street was committeeto turned Bradford County School In closing, I would like to

much easier on the President than no mean reduction. group explained the Department Starke city council agrees that study the contract and Board.It say that the School Board's
the barbed, often unfriendly questionsput ) of Transportation re- the city would maintain the make a recommendation to meeting far from ended this
quired a signed contract for property, plant, water and was softly suggested that matter, as I feel that
to political figures! by the the full counc iI.m my son's
Indications are that the President is the city to take over fertilize any plants or if not Casey check into the matter of civil rights have been In-
professional questioners at press conferences moving ahead in anticipation of 'installing a mirror outside the fringed upon. And I fully In-
or on TV panel shows, but Mr. bathroom doors. To which he tend
Congressional authority to reorganize to take it to the highest
what had to dish out in _CR1p,4 replied that he would. To me, authorities
Carter took they departments, agencies, and bureaus as '1 this was like calling the fire possible to see that
a completely frank manner, letting the needed. He hopes for such approval by 4 liijiitp4 department after your house justice is done.

listeners in on his opinions and inten- early April and his plan, we are told, is scout pN has already burned down. It Also, from observing the
tions, both at home and abroad. for sweeping and continuing reorgani- wuwau served no useful purpose to School Board meeting last
o ti9re me. Though perhaps, if and night, I can understand why
Our only disappointment came in the zation not just a one-shot deal. + o BOB 0. FERGUSON-JOHN M. MILLER I said IF it is done, it may save the citizens do not support

fact that the questioners failed to ask 'q Publishers some other child from being their schools as well as they
Whether Mr Carter, even with aid of T/0N f unjustly punished, because of should.
any questions concerning Mr. Carter'soften the Post Office at Stark, 1 entered as second 0119II Matter at some impetuous policy by an
) stressed campaign promise to re Congress, can reduce the number of Published each Thursday and school ad' You must first have School
Actof March 3, 1879. unthinking Board
to 200 remains to be But support.
duce the number of government agencies seen. Subscription rate m trade area: ?7 per year: M six months. ministrator like Moore.

agencies (bureaucracies) from'' 1,800 to) even if he cuts the number in half, Outside trade area: $8 per year: 4.50 six months. William W.
Americans from coast to'coast will Phone 964-6305' Starke Fla. When I first arrived to live Oliver
200. That is the big one we all are or 710 Alton Road
should I be vitally interested in. doubtless shout, "Well done, partner!" In Starke, it appeared to be a Starke

)e II I
.J i
i L
-- .. .

...-.....--........ Oijo\- p..wv........
..;:;;;.._...-;::;- ...>......;;;;,-- ;,..... ,- . . . -. _A _. ... '-. ,w.--. r rt.. -..------ - .'- '
I II I 1


March24,1977 TELEIattneai i-iagellA

HAMPTONby Adjustment Board Grants Two VariancesVariance Free Ulood Pressure Check
The Starke Seventh-Day The blood pressure testing The local Seventh-Day
Adventists will be providingfree unit will be at the Fair all the Adventist church reminds
Dolores Meng requests by two James L. Chitty, Rt. 1, Box The board held that since blood pressure testing at time the Fair is open except everyone to have their blood I
a Thomas the lot the Bradford Fair in a between 6 p.m. Friday until checked
Phone 468-1913 Mr. and Mrs. David Meng Bradford County property 462-K Melrose, was granted purchased County pressure freer
announce the birth of a baby owners were granted Tuesday setback variance on Lot 11, prior to effective date of Brad- location next to the livestock 7:30: Saturday night.
Cemetery AssociationTo girl, Tina Marie, born on night by the Bradford County Cypress Beach, on the north ford zoning ordinances and barn. ..
Meet Tonight March 14 at Purlel Hospital in Board of Adjustment,meeting shore of Big Lake Santa Fe could not purchase additional
Orange Park. Maternal in the new courthouse. near the pass into Little Lake property on either side of his '
important meeting of the grandparents are Mr. and Santa Fe. The variance will lot at this time, he should not -
'to erect a be denied of his land for "*
Santa Fe Cemetery permit the owner use
Mrs. Goetzman of
Association is scheduled for Lake George Geneva. Paternal SERVICE MENSgt. carport with a five-foot set the requested purpose. We Are Having A Red
Thursday, March 24, in the grandparents are Mr. and back instead of the requiredten Thomas was granted a
Hampton City Hall at 7 p.m. Mrs. Francis Meng. feet. The petitioner stated variance with the provisionsthat
attorney will be present for that adjoining property owner he must move a trailer,
the benefit of citizens con- Cassie Rlddick, Lisa .Reaves Complete had no objection to the now near the lake front, to a Pencil Sale John
site the end of the
cerned with the future plans Mitchell and Gene Joyner Jungle Course variance. on upland
for this cemetery. were among those assisting Richard H. Thomas, Rt. 2, lot which has more than Pencil'f
the Bradford High School Army Sergeant First Class Box 611,Starke,was granted a enough square footage to per Brown Has Taken His Red ..
Senior Citizens Band in attaining a Superior Robert E. Reaves, of Starke, variance for construction of mit the location of two dwell- To Every Home On The Lot,
Rating in the District performance and other members of the 1st dwelling on a 65x608-foot lot in ings if spaced far enough u!
The covered dish dinner at Gainesville on Battalion, 327th Infantry of Sampson Lake Shores Unit 1, apart, County Zoning director Marking Them Down TO The Lowest Ever/. I
served by the Hampton Senior March 19. Congratulations! the 101st Airborne Division at Lot 17, on east side of lake. L.M. Gaines said. .. .. ".*-**' !
Citizens Club on the evening of Ft. Campbell, Ky., recently
March 18 was enjoyed by a School News completed a jungle operation "
large group fo congenial training course in Panama,
people. Entertainment was The entrance of the DeWitt C.JonesFuneral
provided by a local quartet Hampton Elementary School C.Z.The course provided If You're Looking for A Super
comprised of Hank and Susie has a bright, new look since training in jungle survival, I
Lott, Helen Jack and Buddy the ambitious custodian, techniques of camouflage, Look No Farther !
Caulk with guitars and good Wiley Sweat, transplanted the patrolling and various aspects HomeSTARKE
voices rendering Gospel songs blooming azaleas to a of jungle warfare.
with a sing-along by the separate area and rearrangedthe Sgt. Reaves, son of Mrs.
audience. boxwood. First and second Georgia K. Stank, Route 1,
"1 Love You Truly" was graders then planted flower Starke is a platoon sergeantin KEYSTONE 8-12-14&24 Wide
sung to Mr. and Mrs. Lynn seeds in the ground preparedby the battalion's Company C.
Hall who celebrated their 52nd Wiley and enjoy seeing the The sergeant is a 19C5
wedding anniversary on new growth every day. Wiley graduate of Bradford High 964-6200 473.3176 -
March 14 and to Mr. and Mrs. then set in posts and a protec- School. His wife, Marilyn, is John Brown
Lawrence Cosgrove who recently tive chain to help in keepingthis with him at the fort.
celebrated: an .area beautiful. RENTALS
anniversary. Jean Clark's first graders --SALEi----AU----. of
FOR typ Home Center
Mobile :
Happy Birthday was sung to welcomed Diane Cardin to Colored Pencil In Block atTh Hospital Beds -Wheel Chairs
Virginia Cosgrove, Frances their class on March 21. Her Office Shop..Colorbrlt.
Wadsworth, Rudy DeWaters, family have moved from Non-Pace, 20 cents each N. Hwy 21 473-3775 Keystone
Ruth) Pennison and Hub Starke to the Hampton Lake Thick lead opaque eoloram & Crutches
Matthews.Joe area. 30 cent each,end sloe Mongol The Oldest Pealer In A Tri County Area I
Kerrigan purchased the Joyce Kuykendall's second colored pencil, H eeotp
pillow which was made and graders were happy to have each.Stop In and take a look.964- .
.donated by Karl Hoist when it Ann Marie Brennan join their The Office/Shop, phono
was put up for auction. Addie class. She recently moved to 5764. -
McConaghy won the door Hampton from Jacksonville.
.prize and Peggy Kerrigan won Bradford County Fair
the >prize donated by Rudy tickets are now on sale at the
.DeWaters. bargain price of 20 cents each.
Besides Mr. and Mrs. These can be purchased in the = into

Kerrigan the dinner were special Mr.guests and Mrs.at school Finalists office.in the Spelling Bee 1II111II1II111II1'I"1<<71&/'Y'/ I"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII getting! the

Charles Lemasters of Easley, conducted at the school are

S.C.Mrs.Mrs. Josephine Evelyn. Vaughan Fontaine and sixth and Nugent graders Darla and Brad: Roberts.Teresa Russell Baldree from Joy m J IJlImIT. 1=? [llaJWI.! C3 D "of things .

joined! the Melrose Senior Ernestine Denmark's fifth Starke Fla
Citizens Club for their covered grade class were runners up 301 S. ShOPpIng Center ,
dish luncheon on St. Patrick's in the Bee. Teresa and Darla
Day.. The special History of will be competing with area WHILE THEY .
Melrose was told by Mrs. school contestants in Starkeon tI'jG&
Fremont Tolles who is March 31. We will all be LASTCALADIUM T.G.&Y.
authoring her second local rooting for them! SelfPropelledROTARY
historical book and was Students eating in the ROTARY
enjoyed by the. large group cafeteria this week are
attending. enjoying the food preparedfrom MOWER
Among those who are still menus made' by fifth PUSH MOWER
sick are: Mrs. Eileen Call graders following a study of BULBS

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson Nutrition. 22" cut 3W H.P. engine. Fingerpullstart. 22" cut; 3'4' H.P. Briggs & Stratton
Mrs. Louise Hogan at Roberts Carole Shields' sixth grade
Engine shroud deluxe
; Finger-pull start.
Home in Gainesvilleand calss to St. engine. Adjustable
Nursing class enjoyed a trip
Mrs. Lettie Crawford in Augustine on March 17. High- 5-pos. wheel height adjustment; more! 16 wheel height; handle-mounted throttle
Jacksonville's Baptist lights of the day included & drive control.
Hospital. wading in the Atlantic Ocean,

George touring Street reconstructed, the Old Fort St., $88C9! H

BirthCongratulations Potter's Wax Museum, 7 FT. 1 ,
visiting the Oldest School- $
to Mr. and house in the U.S., a boat trip $11788
Mrs. Mark Gentry on the birthof having lunch on the beach and PECANTREES
their 8 lb. 4 oz. baby boy! feeding the sea gulls.
Second graders enjoyed .a
Hampton Lake News nature walk near the school on
March 17. They enjoyed the 0e
Miss Kim Hodges, bride. wild flowers birds and are Model _
elect was complimented at a nursing a baby animal they v N P2601
miscellaneous shower on found abandoned by its .
March 14 given in Lawtey by family. I $500BALANCE ----
!Mrs. Reed Jones and Mrs. Report cards were handedto
Wayne Wainwright. She was students to take home on I Ie
presented with linens as a gift. March 16. Attached slips are
Miss Hodges was honored at to be signed by parents or* (
a lingerie shower on March 19 guardians and returned to J
given by Mrs. Clarence Miller respective teachers.
and Mrs. Dennis Stowe in W1227 OF STOCK c
Gainesville. The hostesses LUNCH MENU 4
presented her with a caftan. March 28-April 1 TREES & / \
Corsages were presented to

the honoree her mother, Mrs. MONDAY Chill with....n.. Itttun
E.W. Hodges, and Mrs. salad, graptfrult faction call. cake 0 to
Leaton Morgan mother of the m"'. SHRUBS
TUISDAY- Itaw malt turnip rIjGiJYSUPER!
groom-to-be. .
ertans riea. cran applatauca. corn
.bread milk.
Eugene !Mcng and Delores WEDNISDAV.n. withwalntrt.
Brown were honored at a rehearsal c.,. flaw poach. thortcaka. DELUXE l/2 PRICE T.G.&Y. Rotary
Mr. roll milk.
dinner given by THURSDAY Chlckon ..,lad groin
and Mrs. Francis Meng on ....n., potato clllpt.. Ohms sack..
!March 17 in St. Edward's cnarry cebblar. milk. PUSH MOWERCast PUSH MOWER
I'RIDAY1'.11. portion, butt.r.dgrits 12 FT.
parish hall in Starke.
.., crlip. huihpupplat.
carrot .d. applo
Arrangements for the buffet milk. magnesium deck; 21" cut; 4 H.P 22" Cut; 3'/5'\ H.P. Briggs & Stratton engine. Recoil start. 4. I
dinner were made by the aunt Briggs & Stratton engine. Fingerpull start! Position wheel adjustment. Handle-mounted throttle.
and uncle of the groom, Mr. If bloodcirculation shroud; oil dip stick. 5 pos. wheel heighadj.
and Mrs. Paul Meng and your is ,_... "' j.; folding handle ALUMINUM
daughters Joyce Meng and .
Sallye Scoggins. slowing down, BOATSReg.
see "WHO ELSE $11900 $

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mengare PAST 40? *150 $7$88EACH ,
on a trip to South Florida (See page ,2)) JL JL EACHW6207
following their marriage at v 4 ONLY
Church in
the First Baptist
Starke on March 18. They \
expect to be at their home on SWARMIiJ. t- c' $9900 .
Hampton Lake after April 1. t..
ERMIE- ..". .., .'
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Meng look 1.Yla v
."' J t o 14 FT.VBOTTOM.
and daughter, Angela from lot like ? J}..:T 3I'i
Jacksonville spent the ants with wing t 1." TV\ '4 0
weekend with his parents Mr. 0 i
and Mrs. Paul !Meng. GET HELP

Mr.and Mrs. Malcolm Dunnof I ..eell 1 I BOAT
Ocala Mr. and Mrs. A.T. :' Model ?
Andrews from Gainesville and 9e4574S.'CONTROL Reg. *225 i4 WW0907
Mrs. Don Wiggins from New 0 l
Smyrna Beach were among 1 ONLY q'
out-of-town guests attendingthe !.
wedding of !Mr. and Mrs. I .,
Eugene Meng on March 18. ..:.... iClmnlafro Ie. $15000
...i,.."..a 91.ra.ls. l lf
." ,
..I I
., RAOlO. I


Ave. 964.7391 -14" HEAD -6% X 4'A" BLADEHARDWOOD
226 N. Temple '


Flat Clarlnatt 3.47C. 3.47 I:

< Utility ,

oEa.. WHEELBARROWSteel \ ,
3/$1 Reg. 40' j 9 .

body. 3 cu. 8 8 \

Musical Spoons '2" Pair ft. tray tread capacity.Wide tire. $14 ,\ r..

GUITARSRecords & Tapes --- I I


J .:,:. .----------- ...-.

_..... .__..... ..... .. --_ .- ,._ "4\11 ...._.. _" .- ..

Page I2A 1KI.KCJKAPII.: March 21.1977

118 People Walk For The Handicapped Olive Draws

18 Month
About till people risked sunburn Wayne Mersey project able for about one month Both Hersey and Bradford

unit extreme Foot discomfort chiiirman for the Starke when all the walkers finally County March if Dimes chair

for the sake of Bradford Civitan Club's venture, estimated collect their pledges from man J.J. Wolbert were Prison Term

County's handicapped l that the walk raised sponsors pleased with the Walk-a-Thon. Lester Lamar Olive.

citizens last Suturdny March about $2,500.: () Mersey said firm "It takes a pretty good The crowd was bigger this Marke received an IB month 22 of

I HI> in Ilic March of Dimes figures! on the amount while, but then you're dealing year 11B people compared to sentence to be followed
Wulk-u Thtini generated would not be avail- with a lot of people," Mersey about HO in last year's walk. by prison three
years probation
explained. Wolbert said interest in
The walk began on schedule March of Dimes actitivites following his guilty plea (atwo

at 1 p.m. with a police escort has been picking up in the charges March in county court Mon

for the first leg of the journey. recent past. He had praise for day.Judge Klzie: 21. Sanders
Police were also waiting at the county citizen's Interest and sentenced
half-way point at the National support for the March of Olive to two years in
prison for probation violation
Guard Armory on Edwards Dimes.
Hood to escort the walkers "The people of Bradford and 5 ;veurs for burglarizing
the !\Moose
Lodge on Gnlfls'
across US 301 County have been very receptive
the two sentences to
of run
the March
of Dimes
The crowd of walkers were concurrently. Olive will
stretched out about one mile Wolbert said "We are more
serve only lit months then be

on Edwards Koad so the active(similar) than health any organization other - __ _, _...-... "'Hi.I ,. placed on three >car probation
held back the first
at the end of his term.
arrivals at the refreshitient in the county, ,\.I is! ev ident in this photo. the majority of the walkers were of the >ounger set. Judge Sanders said he

stop until the rest could catchup Wolbert said the money Here the walkers! receive last minute instructions! immediately piior to taking/ \' first step on wanted to give Olive enough

This way Mersey explained raised Saturday would be used their 10 mile Jaul1l.SClool. time in prison so that he could
for the
the crowd could be escorted benefit of handicapped

sec w hat prison life is like .
l across the four-lane highway citizens in Bradford County ) Board On allow him to be paroled alter
Hedges Spending
Me said
-- ....... .. "u r much more safely. the amount raised
ID months that he would
--;:: .... '\10.. i-" : within the county is usually so
"Some of the younger ones "be able to turn his life
I As (lie dav; giew 'lunger! und lupller thiise v.hu wore shortswi'ieiil.id didn't like it, they were rarm'to supplemented by excess funds'available around.. if he is willing lo

lli'ev dulsn 'Iliisin IIIPW In.t/ u t.m willuiut the beach.Icirv tio( Mersey said. March of Dimes from organization.the regional To Return To Single Route System make the change"

Olive, pleaded guilty to
A recommendation by tat tion i system resulted in a The present. bus plan breaking( into Ihe M'ooseUxIgeonJan

. Students Selected For BETA Club At Middle School Superintendent Tom Casey to recommendation that the produces a staggered school II and stealing
secure a $150.000 loan to purchase county school system stop WIth I Ihe lirsl students lour cases whiskey, n cur-
10 school buses to return providing door to door pickups urfiving.: lor classes OIlI/ (II i m ton ol cigarettes, and change\
SIXI, lour Hradlord Middle '- to a single route bus system of students and stop picking and leaving at 2 pm. while I he.second Irom I Ihe pool table and .juke

school students have Ix't'nelected lor Bradford County was rejected up students within the two- ( group arrives at', '!I a miiml Ixtx Ho then pleaded guilt)' loMol.ilion

lor membership in l by the school board mile limit. leaves at ::1 i p.m. ,\ ol probation. Olivewsis

Mir tiewlv 'lornicd liiMdlordMK Monday night. Facing what it thought was feasibility study !>hlll\' thai -"> serving a three-year 1 proUilion -
Id Ic Si'In iu| Cliapli'i' D It| ''h,' a ft&ni Casey said the purchase of a money crunch the school liuses with i4. students, cadivuiuld 1 lor a break-in at the'

National Junior Hold ( luhorlliv 10 buses at $13OCX) each would board went even further when bring all the students to I'.riidlrirdoodard on t'S ::1111| I

\\ .. ch.nacter, good bring with the 24 that are now school administrators the school centers vim are south when he broke into Ihe.MIHISC I
ini-iHalitv', editable, aclucvrinriil more than 2 or n.iii'e. miles I .
!9>'ea rs old or over the f leet u p proposed the possibility" the LodgeNew(
and, \ oniinend.iblc' to :)4 buses. Under the pro double runs to save money. The( slud>' continues I Ihal I some

,ittiludelvpilv'ihc Junior Mela posed schedule 21)! would be on The bus fleet was trimmed
lub iiicmbcis Tin mi'inlKM's regular runs and 5 would be from a:1:) to2-4 and no new buses runs as Ihl'l'.m. ,'
nniM ha\'i' an o\t>rill Ja available for spares and lor ordered. Irom Ihe small school; mlnMarke.

.nli'iiiK' gl'ildl'IMlIl1t i av ,'I'.II'! added service such as field Lcnnard Register director with the putuntialitv <>.I l Program SetA

,s.itisl.ii-lurv.\ conduit in ,ill trips and athletic events. of operations, said !Monday he moving grades 7-K to Mil.illschipols
I I I.I'. I'SI lelt it was! better to go loa one and) reduce.1 (he/ load to
I Inpmpnsi- nt ilu' ni.itii.it Currently the buses run 21 route bus system for I the students Maikcby :approximate. !)' IMI new' Hood forecasting pro

-!., inn is 'to ciu'ounmci'l routes with 2-1 buses During asurv..y teachers and students' leducmn < he gram has been initiated bv' theSuwaoneo
Registers-aid! ,
pniiniiU'' 'thosejlialitios. nli students living two or more with I thl' move /toward uproper '"Iall\ :Management District. t to provide I
i.n.nU'i' I that in.iki1 lor DIH' | miles from school centers and During. I the dusrussiipii I the public ;.mil Ite-wV
n ') In- local M7 others who live within the.. preventive maintenance ..m'llialilh d.1I1I'a
i 'i/i nship chapter.liki schedule by the timo tlunrnian.\rlhur (I.iskins: said) ts'dUl'ing
.. ilu- :\all, llallkl.I''luh..ls two miles were riding the the the hipiird should live within a possible, Ilipiid e\enl
.1.1el MCI 1 ? ipfganuation" and, is !si\l>-r iui' Itrailfnrd :Middle \'hM)1, students hj\e hern selected for mriiibrrsliip in the newly buses. Half of the (M7 are school buses starts in (all t thl' Ihe budget and not borrow

i".i"MI pnplit' ,\ll monies ruiM'd fin. 11.,1,| ISM.X t IHJIUT of the :National.uiiior.; Itcta ('Iub. elementary age students ho would be in good shape, IIIIPIICN Hoard mcmlKT N er Anme can obtain these

ti\ Ilic 1II1'11I"1'1'iII IK disuiliutrd ",'mla'I"s must ha\ e u n at erall :I.2: academic gfaJle( pttinl'a,erage.: and satisfactory conduct in all are riding the bus 'tor safety but a plan should' be set up to nun I Parnienter sunjt'slcil.! I I thewirihase forecasts from local newspapers
continue 1 i I to buv buses to
to rhcii'llv.. i lasses. \\oitliclidi'uctrr, SIMM! 11It'lIlalit'rf'tliblt' achievenient and coninu'inlable attitude The school boa rd w ent tolhe 1 the oldc-r' replace w.ut; until Ihe next radio, television or
I tinniinilii'i's, \ are' linbbv l I'if r> lli.' .liniior I Ui'U (lub nu'inln-r. double run and staggered ones Register iniiluclear and Iliet get b.itkmi upon request 1 to the
said he uestc-d t m
..1.1111111.\\ \'ukiiNicula.: Trjici: ) 1.\ 1111 :Miissey. Drew school dav' situation last t sear September lhat 1'1'1\| the system ii regular pUm lor pur Suwannee; River WaterManagement
smith ll.irx, I horton. YvclteHi : : I Distric;. PODrawer 1 I.
Vndrews. Tl"'t ann Harlcy.TiimniN when it laced an apparentmoney buv ::1 5 to' :.1 because no purchases ch.iseTliiiMiard
1. lilionda SUTIl. I'M.ml ... ". White Springs.
1 in Powell. :NoiaCulbert.Diani1 crunch An SUE have been made since took iinai-tnin lorpurchase "
Ninkier.\ .J r 1'lJtt! ("rail.hi \ '('IIII>t'r" Diane Hizier.lUlicccii I. survey" of t the school transpor- PIT' :1-74 > .ol I the IHI.-.I.S Florida :MJifHi.:! ; phone :S'I7-2II1.:!
lint,di l'iII'lIll'1111'I'.1111': "
> ( I Dennis "C'J
." ", .." ..
\1\\ nl inKaren MollDale I .
(ClK-sser. l. >ri liwson. YllahMoetim. ) '
> ,, 'i lull., Itclic-tca" (Cimprr." Kimborl' BuhlerUegina 125 Attend

M.ui.i' ( 'aslani'da. Hilly Swi \ Kasnick'. Hands ..

Nnni-ite! .\ustin. Martin I'.inuli. Tamara PenlonUrrii1

Ku'iui.' slifrrDai.s.I Sn.sanululle I.vnn 1.lthl'Kan'n .' Events Day .1
: '
s '(1'1''| \ ( 'lemons. ( hitt> Tina Hiithfl Lois

sii/jniii' Newportickie! MiNtre.,, Laura Ill.hll'l'11I'1'ra:
Approximately 125IJ'ers)
1 .111"1.i Tina llt'sl.! Sh.lnl' Molt Charlene Heam ,
I HM i tun l.orne' ('hillnh..,. l.nurdes ( "astiincda! ..loscphllerrt's parents in 4-M leaders participated

\1.1I1o'u'k, \\ 1111i1111 Path, I Tonda dibsonTjmiiu i County Events
i In -st-r. Donna :Marsh.. Hjldree has Ineiielected Day on Saturday, March 12. in
which75 demonstrations
I micshitakiM'. Tallinn were
i president. Terrv i. ..nnMatliews
I":., lilue" TaiiiiiiN Cruwlord.i : v ice president giten in 15 different categories.
i 'in .-"I"Inl Hamilton., ".Inxcc Rebecca Coopeieeietary
I Iii"! "r I. 11/11'111' ll.iniilton.N The following 4-M'ers were
|I' and! Karen I loll/ treasurer selected '.
i< ks :slii'iiic-ld/ BiciukiI / :"Mrs Peg Mjnu i.x-lla\ i> Ihesponsor / and will as county winners
I >i"i mint's ""IhIIt'lId'I'I son. : ami 1 John Sni-ll i> oo- compete in district
1.,11\ sl.nl: /,. (Ca'iol' Ihldreth.In \ competition on Saturday.
pfinsortir April 23: Betty Rudd and

\\ alt. ,. Ht' UII"4'<<'" > r* I'mlrr. Wutlulllitl1 > C'harlene Beam-agriculture:
f r Stacey Haves and Debbie

,in cllnrt' to obtain citi7eninpui water quality degradation Polk-breads.; Donna Marsh

tinM Johns' Uiver economic and and liegina Hasnick-

NV.i'n-, \lallu,,:,'ment 'is voniliutiiig imputation growth t and local clothing; Sandy Douglas and

I ( a water; resourceiiiMv growth and development Darlene Norman-fashion
h revue: Martin Hunter-
... > : truest lonna ires can be obtained Ul'atHordIiddlt.: Scliool, Keta nub officers for Ihe newly
to electricity
; Tammy Baldree.
''I"|" pt'i'tamina locally from Inge Hut- formed ISMS: Chapter\ ure relaten problems'In Marsh. Joy Bell and
\ tin 1'hin.s.un at the Lake Gene"aPost : Karen lti.>lu. treasurer: 1'a1l1ll1 v Kulilree... \president.md Kobbm
Illlsh'I.t! Stephens foods.
iiunlinul -
( t (Olfice or by contacting lieckv; CiMiper.. secietar) ;
nl I the uestions the Stacey Hayes and
si.nif (( on Tammy
IheSJKUM: office in Palatka Cut
I in in I i elate In water horta gl'. l\Iann-health and human .

School Svstc: Ins Not Good Risk Agent Tells Board and development Michelle; Stilwell Sharrl -Dobbs home

environment : Mike Williams. Your We Have

Sherry llerndon. Khandice
>i I,imlxMi'in I" .11 1'1' nipt L"ci: In nthi'i business, the board the high MliiHil and $,llili. :"JO! drop that action and not go to Stroud. and Suzanne Ball- It All.
-k Mil, : lll.lllllll < IPUnlI \ .pppnived 'svin. .ipproMmatelyluill : percent ol the basic. architect trial horse Paula Anderson- .
.... I ."I I ;"iii 11 hr.ml \loiicl.ihi ,\ I Ih,' cost t, lor an KIM) loot lee. lo Craig; Sallcy und Gaskms said he wanted to public speaking; 1 Doll Waters

,-::1 ,' limn' liu.il Male, r.nrn leine 4 leet high' ( around I the \ssnciates clear up a misconception! Irom and Harold Waters Jr.-horticulture Delays
| ni 1 Mn" i ,ill \\ illiaiusp lull diamond at. the hrooker the special hoard meeting : Gene Joyner and 1001 Items
The hoard
p< I"II w hi'M IIDC limiting, 1:1L'1II"lIlal'Schlllli.: TheleiiKiniing approvedinstructional
'I'| !.. Ii..ldIm'l'h: 7 Kelatmg!! to the Eddie Barnes industrial
"n' ""'"'lIrahll'| I'lindttmnU ";,o.lsullid he paid I appointments, rules terms and To
temporary on iirts: Pat Buchholz and Handy
i Hi.ini- .ll'prlldll'cI| Ihe l h\ Hie I'.moker. ("itv, Cipuncil applications lor leave, two conditions ol emplo.v nient lor Balkcom I
-public speaking.: n -
.,i od, | IIP. .I i-k \\ 11,111'1'1' Its Tinboard authorucdI'liieiyenc I resignations! t and nnn-I n' instruction! I personnel Brad Cox and Tammy :Mannsharethefun ChooseFrom
"1'. Ml IIII I- hlllt| | U.IK: schlNll' ) lepairs to the air ilppflmln1l'IItslth (!askms said lie was; "not t : :\1 ike'Starling
I the ol Paul Williams
Mini; il Kill kid, cnmlitiimmg at I the except ion
system against t planning time, but ,
: I lav
IImt'l'rl.ltp i-s-veterinary
( 1':1'1111'I'haI1l1': and : .
'iii.iiniiis IIIId'l', \ "I high l'IJt.,1)! at a cost I ol $1..">IHIIIP as a "irtfognalions merely principals lodesignate '
science. GettingOffice
.m,Ions lialiilll> I j"k" I lie )' flucompressor and M.oon Irom I the nnninstructional I that planning
The folloingIII'ers were
I list I It also Such As
'I IIIN did "
'"i riiinpanv nut tv u ni 'lot \cccplcdlheloiv bid lime
awarded ribbons for their
'" > tiMiteH.llThe: onK iilte-r nl s|innun| Hosier's lor IheHi .ippioved a !position lor a

."' ,\ i is IIP pui ;m exclusion in1'nlicv IIP u.irdt-li tractor to heUM'il special' education teacher butIHistponcd demonstrations:
I"" I when renewal Committees
MIIH', .Itll.V I Ii puipuM'at Ih,' \0-1'1'11 iillicer until I the new hiidget\ Starling. Brad Cox Handy ,
:Merrit. Sandy Douglas. John
*- luiiil IHI.IK! ..11I1I1'1ll'.1l' S\' sl-lllHll In other action the board .

A i .ill ,,'! I said the liiiani would, 'I'll., Ixiard accepted\ a voted unanimously to have-the Annonneed Green.Kiggs.Joce Cindy Thorpe.Griffith.; Deborah SherriNorman. Supplies

I I" I I'llllss Ill It- (IlltV. III I Ihe li.uiiic order lor"" ciiiisiruition stall give( oral reports: as an ; ; Camilla Livingston
'." xi\iTs| nut, 'in iiinliiiui'. -uli'walks.it,, Hraillord High ;,gl'1I11.1 'item alter a 1 1'l'lJut'sl<| A nl.Ch.lmbl'r of Commerce Kutch. Pamela STAPLE
"Ml' ,'li::'' ,1-" II >laild> 'Illllll ->t ",,,0.1 I ',IP,,,1| \v ,ill be 'I| !lew The bv I'aimiliterccepled the committee to organise Lynn Chitty.Janecia

11 i u ,il IIIIH I'lie.. tiiuuil' 'loiihn Ixi.ml ,i.pprll\l',1| | pavincnt ol uvipmiiu'iidatnm nl attorneys social functions for the entire Ked Ribbons Bright : Khandice By GUNS. .
''hill. In fi ..1- |I''n"i si-iil n "i"! 111 Music .mil Worth w ho VM-IV 111\ IIln'lIII\ litigation membership has been
Slroud. Brandt Herndon.
,,\ I.,": i nii-ii in t 11"11 i tor work on ol Ihe cost 1 ol living suit to organized by the Board ofGovernors. Waters Lisa Lvnn.. Tasha Lynn

Livingston Lvnn Hill. Cindy RECEIPT
The new Social Committee'sresponsibility
Lvnn. Jill lIa es. Tammy
.. < -1'1; : ; > \ \ organize Chamber will be to Johns. Tiny Hodge. KavChitty. BOOKS. .
I t I \ \ spnn..oreclsocials : Beverly Chitt y.

.... ,1..1., .. A-Jr-l 4' _j ... __ l11t'mhers111 to which be all invited Chamber Hhonda Truett. Jill Haves.
in an Quick
Debbie Modge. Linda llodgo.
effort to hav e the membership Amy Foster. Debbie ,
become involved
more with
Orl man. Handy Blankenship.Karen .
Ihe Chamber ,
activities according Thorpe. James Name It.
/ to. Executive Bill
Banks Steve Douglass.
Wilson Heretofore the
/ only
Butch Kaulkner. Mitch
lime Ihe entire Chamber
\Vilhams. Josie Capehart.
membership has gathered l has
Br Stephens. Kickyclls..
Ipecn" the annual dinner
DeUavne Strickland: \\ hiteKibbo'ns
Social committee membersare
: Tammy
Harold Davis. HazelMardv Kim Buhler.
Jody Drawdy;
and Kd
Kipplmger. Kim Kimberly, LaTon.vaTson. .
Other 964-5764
committees announced
Sharon Griff is.
at I the Board of

Governors; meeting Thursday, -,
:March: "\ in Ihe Garden

Restaurant areMembershipJim-

: Hester. .

S L. Peek. Paul Stegall. Pat


:\1 Iller.
:Morris Williams! ,

Governmental Activities-

__ '. n_, _. __i.' __ Jess Wolbert. Elzie Sander.
Industrial Activities-

Episcopal Bishop Visits St. Mark's Harold K'ggs.' Davis. Ken Platt John 4-II Day ,

Community Projects-Dolly
Ilu* Itiuhl( Itt'veieml rank :S. <(< t.1'\1'11.Ilih"p( | of the .::1'1"01'011" | DitH'ese' of .....Id... visited M. Simpson. Charles Flynn. Bradford ('ounh'II'.,

Vl.uk'H l'piscoi.il: | luircli this |i.is| Miiidj\ :M.irih Ii.Itishopt Kichard Odom Steve ben- Ta..ha Livingston shav." the

fi'vcnv; '1'1"hl"III'III..II. ; Kilt'liar 1st. aiul (imfirineit those shown. above after the "I"ric... mark Ha/cl HardvI finished porduct of her breads, Office Shop

<'\t"111(,| I Ihiee-vear-iilil. 1f"'I"tIIll"gllli.. demonstration cinnamon
Con f n'turd vteie" I ihonl* I leltra' \\ilkiiison.i i Kdward W inkier Jr.. William Chelune III. Kiinbeilv -- - lull,. '! ..,hlt'" it just our nf 7.1:\
l.fvrirltiKlnilM'ilv" I Itit-skc.. ami 1.ln111I Willianin.iltiar' OR SVLK.. Lettering demonstration git en Salurdav -

1 Hie Itrv Jiihn IIvmi.; tectiir: of .M. :.Mark'*, i harle'' A is hi. ..luaiuigin.. JIM nn Jordan.iiviie.loidan. <..uid lmpUt< "'Ilrlo.At.The.. iKntlUand atII ('ount\.' EtrntsDav. 110 W Call Starke. 964-5764

\\ \111..11". <"urlisle. frrrv Kieske.. IMoiel William* and IlishippCervenv; phone i.91U.571U( .OllictShop '. ..1' :;.:' m.. N' .'1 "J

} .
j .

-.1./ 1 .1' ) Nl ?

... 1.:.. .. .1 ,
...... lI.A-4; <* : ..:. :
t.-L. .._ ...- .
:::: ':'''': -' ...,..I'-- .

' -, ., ..,.-.-. .. .. "..---, -- -. -- "' | '


Donna Prevatt, Michael HartleyTo BRADFORD c0j

Wed June 11 \\ Jf1r ?
Mr. and Mrs. James T. n /Yooial
Prevail Jr. of Starke \\ii'NCE"ra Jf ew&f

announce the engagement and \.Ve i
approaching marriage of theirA ... i

tdaughter (lfaJy. Wooly ,SocUty l'Jl.r. 964- 7608 i I

March21,1971 TELEGRAPH I'afielll
Behold the society editor; Florist Shop Holds

Think of the things Open House Sunday Delores Brown and Eugene Meng

That she must write . .
I rGeraldine Think day'and of the doingsBy by night. Flowers by Larry's Florist imported lace cloth and was Repeat Nuptial Vows March 18The I

Think of the parties Shop heralded the first day of centered with an arrangementof
And dances, too; Spring with "Open House' on yellow snapdragons, blueirisandwhiteshastadaisies First Baptist Church
Think of the worry Sunday, March 20, from 2 to 5 in was the setting for the 1111rgi I I IJI
a silver bowl. Refreshments
of Miss Delores
That she goes through. pm. wedding
Names and initials Arrangements of fresh were served on silver trays. Annette Brown to Eugene: '
Must always be right; flowers, permanent flowers, The punch table was Michael Meng on Friday. d I IIL
; Chancey, The time and (the place greenery and hanging baskets covered with a white Army March 18, at 7:30: p.m.
Greg Bement )Forever in sight; graced points of interest Navy cloth and centered with Rev Ben Bryant and Rev
a silver punch bowl encircled I
Adjectives, adjectives, throughout the shop. Father Patrick Foley
Engagement ToldMr. Oh, for a score! ; Donna Susan, to Faye Johnson and Larry slatice.with greenery and yellow performed the nuptials.
Beautiful, elegant Michael Lawrence Hartley, Williams greeted the guests at The bride Is the daughter of i. .-
and Mrs. L.S. Chanceyof Others galore. son of Mr and Mrs. Lawrence the door. Mrs.James K. Smith Greeting the guests in the Mr. and Mrs Gerald L
Fairfield Fla announce the Toll how the table Oliver Hartley of St, was in charge of registeringthe refreshment room were Mrs. Brown. The groom is the son : '
engagement! of their daughter!: Augustine guests for door prizes. JE. Hardy, Mrs. C.A Knightand of Mr.\ and Mrs Francis: ..
Was covered with flowers L.
Mrs. James :
Geraldine, to Greg I L, Bement Miss Prevatt is a 1974 The refreshment table was Starling. Meng, all of Hampton .
I son of Mr. and Mrs. T..11.Bl'ml'nt Speak of the ribbons graduate of Bradford High covered with a white a lee onDUPLICATE Keeping the guest book were Mrs George Canova 1
Jr.. of Starke. And roses and bowers, Mrs .J.W. Kincaid Mrs organist and William George.soloist .J.
Who was the hostess?? School, a graduate of Santa Fe I Douglas Hardy and Mrs. Paul :6J' \
date has been presented a ;
No wedding Name every guest. Community College, and IthID.El'IA'it : G. Brown. programof
set Who were assisting! attends the University of RESULTS: Serving punch were Mrs. nuptial music.Ilighlighting .
the altar
Julia's FloristTo And how were they dressed?' North Florida Jeff Wrenshall 'and Eva Charles Darby. Mrs,, Henry two baskets \of yellow were and J" j.fJIj.
Who won the honorsIf Mr Hartley graduated from Mathewson were the winning/( Green Mrs. Olin White, Mrs. '
Hold Op'enI bridge!( was the game SI. Augustine! High in 1 Hl7!. He couple at Duplicate Bridge 11.L. llutson, Miss Anne white daisies gladioli, pink, blue carnations iris, white, 4 ('
WhoIIIS invited is a cum laude graduate of St Tuesday night; March 15. Terwillegar ami Mrs. Linda
House SundayJulia's Please give the name Johns River Jr. College!; and Mr. and Mrs Jim Womack K Johns. baby's breath and white and
Pity, oh pity, has a degree in Physical were second and Mrs K A. Assisting in serving were blue pompoms against a background .A '
of arched and tree tJl
Florist I is holding The woman who goes Education: Health and (Green; and Mrs Clyde Mrs. C.N. Christy Mrs. candelabra with :
House Sunday Iroin I to Recreation t from the burning ,
Open To write of receptions Terwillegar were third. Edwin Williams and Mrs. J D.
." at their lit( 224 N. of Florida He is tapers and two palm trees
> p.m. shop And dantes and clothes, University Last Tuesday night Hhoa Seymour.
The chancel rail ( ,
Temple Avenue I lets is a lot currently employed ith the Johnson and Lora Francis Winning door prizes were was 3 3T
decorated with
Steve I Barker of London, liradlord County School first. There three a garland of f1
Which no one would choose were was a Millie Hardin Becky Dobbins
Kngland: : ill provide organ Writing undrilinl| \ system as a teacher and way tie for second: Mrs J D. and Martha My rick. hlies-of-the-valley T:
Gerald; attended :
Meng his
selections! during\ visiting Society news coach Odoin and :Mrs. K.A. Green I
brother as best man. Ushers
In The for
misItelieshnients wedding\ planned Mrs I'.A. Johnson and
gifts for (the Spokesman Re' iew, June) 1ill\ the First Baptist Bernice Brinke. and Mr. and ADK were Kevin and David Meng,
ladies and door prints ill he Church in Starke All friends Mis 10(1: W'ainwrightw Chapter brothers of I the groom;
lea tu reel. and relatives are invited Tommy Meng and Gerald
Hears HistoryOf Brown Jr brother of the
...... _. _. _. _. _.. _
- - - - - - - bride.
Macrame'The Miss Gloria Bevin attended
as maid of honor She wore a
You Are Alpha Gamma Chapterof polyester gown and fresh : ,
Alpha Delta Kappa met at floral .headpiece! She carriedan
-r ; Invited To ALive the Episcopal Parish House arm bouquet of pink ')
for its March meeting with yellow and blue carnations
President Gladys Thomas and bab>"'s bieiith.

:tiR ELEQL&( ] presiding.The devotional "Live One Charlene The two Campbell bridesmaids and :Mary. 1l

ry Day at a Time" was given by Beth Angers wore gowns It i1 I
Eunice Searing and the pro- identical to the honor .t

(LLLIL;!J $ I LUJE5L(!J l ($ gram Young.)Hand"was Owner Mrs.given Thomas of "Things by gave Betty By a carnations attendant's bouquets! ( of and. The pink baby's' carried and breath.JeannaAndrewsdaughter arm!blue. :. r. I Ih'

brief history of macrame' and of :\ and :\11'''. Knjjciic: \lvng;
At passed out samples of work Mr and Mrs din: Andrewsof
J done by a beginners class. She Graham, attended as (lower( the guests at the door. Melissa Meyer poured coffee.
also showed various other girl and wore a long white Arledge kept the bride's book. White assisted in Beverly
crafts to the group. dotted Swiss diess Leslie The bride's table was Following serving.
Julia Florist; Hostesses for the eveningwere Brown, brother ol 'the bride. covered with a white silk cloth South Florida a wedding the trip to
; couple will
'T and
V : Lucille Johns, Ernestine was ring bearer centered with a three reside at Hampton Lake.
McKae, Eunice Searing and The bride given! in tiered wedding cake that was. The bride and
a 224 N. Temple Ave, Starke, Fla. Gladys Thomas. The St. Pat marriage by her father, wore( decorated with pink, yellow both Bradford High groom School are
rick's Day theme was carriedout an A-line princess style gownof and blue roses. Paulette Bate- graduates She is
employed at
at the refreshment table. while <|inanna and lace man and Brenda Smith cut the the University of Florida
964-7711 cake.
iippli<|iie with chapel train library. He is employed with
11th.!.Itl':U:\ION: She w ore a pearl necklace and( Sharon Wilson and Mrs. the State Department of
Entertainment By \PKILI: her lilted headpiece of Lice Sonny Tenly presided at the Transportation
applique secured her long( \ell punch table and Patricia in Gainesville Ij
The annual
Sunday March 27 1977 hall reunion willIs / j
Steve Barker On The Organ .
held on Sunday. April 3, at \\'It hut train She carried n

..' t Courtesy Of Cannon Music Co. jr": .- trie Center Iheiessa! Community cascade feathered bouquet carnations J 'of, pink Full Kim Hodges Shower H noree'C; I IMiss

Orange Park Mall 1:005:00: P.M. A basket lunch will be pompoms and babv's breath Kim Hodges, bride-
Mrs. Reed Jones and Mrs.
served at.1 1 pm. All friends A reception was held in the elect, was complimented at a Wayne Wainwright at thehome
chinch Fellowship Hall where
and relatives invited
are to miscellaneous shower on '
of the latter in
Mis Charles lub\J uievled Lawtey.
Monday, March 14. given by
Refreshments & Door prizes . The refreshment table was

y ""Bg'T Hop on Over and covered centered with with a lace a bride tableclothand doll.

Julia Has Enlarged Her Shop To Serve You Better Party throughout decorations the home.were\?used

Join the Fun 'Ihe hostesses presenteTT
Miss Hodges with linens as a
CLASSES NOW FORMING memento of the occasion


88" Tuxedo Sofa Bed !. CHILDREN'S MACRAME CLASSES: Miss Kim Hodges, bride-

Ages 8.12 April 16 Saturdays 10.12InstructorBenitaSegroves elect, was honored at a
; lingerie shower Saturday,
-. ::: ___ March 19, by Mrs.
--- -_ ____ __ S 10.00 Registration, Fee for 5 week Clarence Miller and Mrs.

.. Dennis Stowe at the home of
--- ,, '- QUILLING CLASSES: Tuesday, April 9:30-12:30 the latter in Gainesville.The .

t' lyr J J ,r $7.50 Registration Fee for 3 classes Instructor Sue Yates refreshment table was
covered with a white lace
MACRAME CLASSES: Instructor Tarcy Wolbert tablecloth and was centered
with an arrangement of spring
Decoupage Fabric Painting e Inking Sculpey Beginners Tole flowers and streamers.The .
Rub-Out Instructor: Betty Young gift table was covered
(I..ltI..1< .. Sirviiu: C.tt..ia ritl r. hardy" Aid Ni4 MaO Wfh-) ( .:.'_v,,.,..,.. with a lace tablecloth with a ,
"*T l..*/", spring arrangement of i
OPEN 9:30-5:30 ,CGS RV tiq 150 W. Calf St. flowers. II'he I
'I host. ,dad:
.i's" pre.r ,
M-T TH-F ,
,V Starke, FI a.5at Miss III.Kiel's Ullll ,I iIII.nt'nrsams
Wed 9:30-12:00: ,
!; woie ineseiiM-d' i iI
AVOCADOor 9:30-4:00: 964-7792 I he lii'iimee' her inothri ,ui< '..
the imilhei ol HIP )utunm:" I.. In

---.:..- ___ J J __ ____.___---------_.._."- ,
RED VELVET -------------------

$21 900 j
Largm Matching


$1 199 00 .

---..;;. .. '.,

t j.I ":

Solo Op. ,. I
To B.tI AtVltt/

In Durable VillyllJlaslicorrell'et I I

t. Magnificent room beautifying Sofa Bed for
comfortable sleeping and relaxing The 88'

I I, 1 Sofa opens to a full size double bed. $19 9 J t
I J i;
upholstered in long-lasting vinyl plastic in III a: A

your choice of today's most popular colors. CI I r ; :

ii, '1 112 r by i iII .

BiyMARK rt/RUITUR :. \! <' '
+ <
? I :

i' \ I fr


4w .'.. \ .

.,c L
434 W. Call 'Starke, Fla. 964.5827 I l s1JJKAN1ER1cARD t4T RCNARIae .;iIY :


1'r r t 1 I

,. ... -
..... tie a -

.... .. ...._l>. .

r"i'WViiO.I I

TELEGRAPH March 24.1977 __ _____ _
I Francis Mengs HostsAt DKG Alpha Nu Met March 15 At SouthsideAlpha f

I Nu Chapter of Delta personal goals, your parent's The president thanked the
Rehearsal Dinner March 17 'it\ Kappa Gamma, honorary reactions and :your friends?" committee for the delicious
teaching society, met March After discussion Hilda Dey meal and asked that the
Miss Delores Brown and variegated mints designated ." ,,0. ; 15 in the library at Starke played a tape of a local high recipe for the casserole dish
Eugene Meng were honored at the seating arrangement of Southside School. school senior girl's answers to be published in the April
a rehearsal dinner party givenby the 34 honored guests. /,;..,' A buffet supper precededthe the same questions. The newsletter. Sue Winkler
the parents of the groom The buffet dinner table was F.I:.:: meeting. The library was groups then discussed how served as hostess chairman
Mr. and Mrs. (Francis Meng on covered with white cloths and attractively decorated with their goals were met and with Helen Johns Della
Thursday evening March 17, held yellow tapers at either children's work and books what their ambitions are Rosenberg. Ernestine
in St. Edward's Parish Hall. end.The plus the St. Patrick's Day today. Register Hilda Dey, Tommie
The bride's parents Mr. blessing before dinnerwas theme and azaleas. Next regular meeting will Nolin. Chickie Adkinson and
and Mrs. Gerald Brown, Sri% given by Kev. Patrick The president Shirley be April 19\ in Lake Butler. Muriel Norman assisting.
were seated along with the Foley pastor of St. Edward's.Soft t ,e Jasonek conducted the
bride and groom and groom's music was! provided business meeting. Committee -*
parents at the head table. throughout the evening by
reports were asked for. Themembership
The long dinner tables were Puul Meng. uncle of the

decorated with sprigs of groom. proposed names chairman of new E !S 11 I
English ivy, cedar and Decorations and carried dinner members. An orientation
dogwood blossoms. The head arrangements were meeting for new members will
table was centered with a out by Mrs. Paul Meng. aunt be held May 3 at the home of -. --- (From Page 3)) -
basket of dogwood, azalea and of the groom, and her
with silver und Joyce Weldon in Macclenny. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Adrienne and Drew Barry
greenery, a daughters Joyce Meng
marriage cross in the center Sallye Scoggin.s.Mrs -. Donations were taken up fora dale of Humdoldt, Tenn. are joined a group on a weekend
and yellow tapers at either Josephine Cumber; special scholarship fund. visiting Mrs. Vergie Barks- canoeing trip on the Okeefee-
Members were urged to Lake thiswl'Ck .
dale at Hampton nokee Kiver.Carlton
end Yellow :Mrs. Shaper and Mrs
tapers were Peggy!(
attend the State meeting in
placed ut intervals all along Gladys Weldon friends of the ,
in April. of State
the dinner tables. The name honored! couple greeted rr. Faulk Troy
s n ,
The corresponding and
Lila Caldwell Mrs. Miss
Mrs. College and Mary
cards with miniature CUDS of !Kiu'stsand( assisted in serving
secretary Joyce Norman, Lila Rae Yawn visited Mrs. Addmgtonof the University of
. Hold Installation read several thank-you notes Esma Yonge at Fairfield and Florida were Saturday
Elkettes 1802
for gifts and the luncheon held Mrs. Elva Green in Ocala last visitors of Mr, and M! rs. Maxie
Mrs. George W. Brown was selected Klketle of the year. in Starke In January for state Tuesday.<<; Carter. Sr. at Kingsley Lake.

installed president of the Authors Leslie Davis and !Mrs. Zonlra Hunter Tolles were honored !March 25 at a reception at and district officers,

Klkettcs: No. 1802 at the On Silturduy.Iarch: 20;, the Bradford County Library. Chatting/ with Iavls Is library board member Mrs. Faye Andrewsand Walters Program Introduced Chairman Janet Madison St. ChurchTo Mr. and Mrs. Kick Jackson
meeting Monday night bt the the Elks: and lil'ring punch to !Mrs. Tolles Is County Commissioner Hazel Paulk. Cindy, spent the weekend with her
Elks Lodge. members Broward who had charge of parentsII'! and Mrs. Stanley
Ruler Klkettes; will\ attend the the evening's program on Hold Spring Merrill in Melbourne.
Exalted: George
Dominianni installed the (dedication! a new building at 2 Local Authors Attend Reception At LibraryLocal Professional Affairs Cindy
olficers. Serving with Mrs. Harry-Anna\ CrippledChildren's divided the members into Banquet March 26 Fred Moore underwent surgery -
Brown are : Mrs. Nealv Hospital in authors, Mrs. Zonira Leslie Davis' book. Pikes reserve to insure a chance to groups, asking each group to last week in St. Vincent's
McConnell, Jr., vicepresident :Marianna. Elks Lodge No. \Hunter Tolles of Keystone Peninsula, is a mystery story. read them. relax and reflect on "when The Madison Street Baptist I Hospital.
: :Mrs. Robert Wolff, l 111112 pledged $IIHI; ) to furnishan Heights and !Mrs. Leslie Davisof Davis said he enjoyed writing Library board members you were 17 and a high school Church W.M U. will hold a
"secretary : Mrs. George examining room of the Starke attended a reception books with children as main !Muriel Norman Faye senior, what were your spring banquet for the senior Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Dominianni. treasurer; Mrs. hospital. held in their honor at the characters. He has written Andrews, Desta Dyal and citizens of the church on Schwab of Merritt Island and
Joe Goss. historian, and )Mrs. Bradford County Library two other books which he Martha Dorko, and County Rev. Mrs. Swartz Saturday, March 26, at noon in Eddie Schwab of Gainesville
Robert Ward and !Mrs. Don Friday. March 25. hopes to have published. lie Commissioner Hazel Paulk ,, the Church Fellowship Hall. spent the weekend with Mrs.
Haw lings, board of directors. Planning to attend the The authors individuallyvisited attended Clark College in brought and served refresh- Eloise Cozens Henderson of Myrtle Anderson. Joining the
dedication are: Mr. and !Mrs. ments. The refreshment table Honored AtReception Gainesville will be special
Mrs. Robert Wolff was and autographed books Worcester, Mass. and Fitch- family on Saturday were Mr
George; Dominianni, Mr and for approximately forty burg Teachers College. Davis was accented by a vase of pink guest speaker. Ms. Hendersnis and Mrs. John Anderson of
:Mrs. V A Nichols; Mr. and and white azaleas. A well known T.V. and
Mar. 20 a
book both schoolteacher
: .
Eastern Star people.! rs. Tolles first spent years as a Callahan.Mrs.
:Mrs. Joe Goss, Mr. and( Mrs. shadows On the Sand, is a and farmer and his boutonniere and corsage were Radio personality and famous
Supper March 26 :Martin Kinspah.: Mr. and Mrs. history of Melrose and the long time avocation has been presented to the guests of The congregation of the author. Among her books are Noble" L. Hackney of
George Knobloch. Clyde lived in honor Madison four volumes on outstanding
local vicinity. She mentionedthat writing. Davis has Street Baptist Chattanooga. Tenn. was
Starke chapter number 224. :Mr and :Mrs. Henry Spear, she would like to write a Interlachen before moving to An invitation had been sent Church held a surprise women of Florida. She will be weekend guest of Ill's.'l';
Order of the Eastern Star willliave Mr and Mrs. Hubert Wolff, novel in the (future about a Starke. to Dr. and Mrs. Frank reception in honor of the 29th remembered as the Disc Godw in. She played in the golf
a covered dish supper :Mr. and Mrs. Bill McMullin. Florida family .during the Dan Smith, director of the Slaughter but they sent their wedding anniversary of Rev. Jockey featured on the Gary tournament in Sun City. Kla.
atUl'day.larch! 26. at 7 p.m.in Titus Olson Mr. !and Mrs reconstruction period, after library, said both books are regrets they were unable to and Mrs Charles Swartz, Moore T.V show last last week and was guest of
the Masonic Hall. All I'mJlllilll. Mr. and Mrs. John1Varren the Civil War. Mrs Tolles is a popular with patrons of the attend due to the recent deathof which was March 13. summer. Ms. Henderson has Mrs. Godwin enroute home.
:Masons and their families are and !Mr. and !Mrs. former Melrose high school library, and they can be put on Mrs. Slaughter's sister. The reception was held in written for the state church
invited to attend. George W Brow teacher. the church fellowship hall on paper the" "Florida. Baptist Mrs. Ovid Bennett of Jack

Model Meeting Sunday, March 20. Witness. sonville was Friday overnight.
St. John's The refreshment tables guest of her mother Mrs. -. .J.
Hospital Auxiliary Holds Held ByGamma were covered with yellow BPWA Business! Shaw.
linen cloths and centered with
Country Day School Luncheon Meeting MondayMrs. ThetaThe spring flower arrangements.The Meeting SlatedThe Miss Gayle I Hatcher is home
gift table was covered after completing her studies
A.C. Basford was Mrs. Mac Baldwin Model Meeting of with a yellow checked table monthly business at the University of South
HOUSE nominated president of the announced that the AuxiliaryFair Gamma Theta Chapter Beta cloth and was centered with a meeting of the Business and Florida she received a
Bradford County Hospital Booth has been donated Sigma Phi, was held at the brass candelabra and yellow Professional I Women'sAssociation degree in Elementary
Auxiliary at the covered dish by Shuford's Amoco Service home of Mrs. Doug Nichols, roses. Individual gifts were will he held Education: and Certification in
Thursday, March :24. al 7lt:: >
You Are Cordially Invited To luncheon meeting Monday at Station, Lawtey and George Monday evening March 14. presented to Rev and Mrs. Mathematics.
the Methodist Fellowship Roberts, Jr., Realtor. Swartz. pm. at the Chamber of
Approximately 100 guests Commerce."progl'alll. Mrs. Lila Caldwell and :Mrs.
Attend An House The five new rushees were
the Individual
Open Hall.Nominated on
the Lila Rae Yawn and daughters
: to serve with A new reception desk and invited guests. All members enjoyed fellowship. Development\ I'lanI ill he
Mrs. Basford were Mrs. W.J. I Diane and Betsy were Sunday
chair have been purchased by short descriptions of
gave by Faye Bowman. This
March 24 1977 Frick. presidentelectIrs.; the Auxiliary for the Hospital their offices and committees, given has been developed evening dinner guests of Mr.
Thursday program and Mrs. Yawn at
Drew Reddish, first vice Lobby. It was voted the to acquaint the rushees with by the National Federation ol Terry Toy
president: :Mrs Dave Shu- Auxiliary buy a stethoscopeand the duties of each job.A BIRTHSMr. Business and Professional Loy Restaurant in Gaines!
7:30 P.M. ford, second vice-president: blood ville. The occasion celebratedhe
: two portable
Women's Clubs, Inc to encourage
:Mrs. Linda K. Johns, pressure machines for the plant party was given by and Mrs. William E. members to become birthdays of :Mrs. Lila Rae
I Diane and
treasurer Miss Arthurine of lawn Jimmy
; McKinney
hospital. Mrs. Jeanne Harper, Jr. of Starke more proficient at public
1596 Bessent Road Blanchard recording secretary Hostesses for the luncheonwere Keystone Heights. Two plants announce the birth of a son, speaking and to develop individual \ wn who have birthdays in
and !Mrs. Louin- Mrs. Gladys Weldon, were presented to the Jason Chris, born Feb. 28 in capabilities with final M.rch.
I Starke, Florida Heckling corresponding sec- i{Airs. A.C. Frick and. Miss Sorority. These plants will be Shand's Teaching Hospital. outcome of personal grow t th jn
retary. These olficers will be "Arthurine Blanchard. given to the Nursing Home in Grandparents are Mr, and confidence and competence.Anyone :Mr and Mrs. IA nn I H.ill\ ol
installed at the April 25 Arrangements of mixed Starke. Mrs. Jimmy Martin and Mr. interested in Hampton celebrated their
Co-Hosts meeting. spring flowers were used on The next meeting will beheld and Mrs. William E. Harper, attending, please call Lillian :32nd wedding anniversary.Wednesday !
Two new members, Mrs.Evelyn the dining tables. Monday March 28. all of Starke. l ol last t week when
Pearson. 782-3Hi.()
Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Brown ; Henry and Mrs. Erma 11II they were dinner guests of :Miami

Faber were approved for :Mrs. Raleigh( Brannen at
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Rutledge -
membership. a restaurant in Gainesville;
Bill Smith of Broken Arrow
Put Irllle PERSONALITY Okla. and Leonard Smith ol
inyoursep. Floral l ll're recent dinner I !
/guests of :Mr.l and :Mrs Drew I
this Mr. and :Mrs. Aaron Ka ndo'I
of :Miami \\ l'I'el'I'kl'IH''

t MT

Mrs. L.A. Weekly of (OtalaMr
and :Mrs. J.imes: Thrashei

of S\lvesler. Ga.. :Mr. ono
From Mrs'C 1 W Barrett m
:Melbourne and :Mr. and :Mrs
STUMPS A O. Jones ol Jacksonville I !
were weekend guests ol :Mrs
E.W: lli\esit Kingsley l Lake
De t. Store / Dana 1 (Fender ol l Gainesville;

1 "spent So ndiy loTue.sd.tv! with
her uncle iiiul aunt I Dr iiiul
Mrs. Harry' Gruen.
Mr and :Mrs (' .1 I
Harrington.: of' I'alatkaerr.
\ Sumla.) visitors" IIf11': mill
:Mrs. .1 j II IHil'ie
Mrs. .1 :M. Edwards.: Sr returned
\ Last." FI'irlltl'r.. Iwnweeks
11 in the ,\Ildiua General

Clyde Ha$ ,7 WHITE t treatment.Archie Hospital t for. observation. and

RED & Green i of :Miami
visited his mother.> :Mrs. L..I
Green. Irom Thursday InSunday
\ :Miss Catherine .FrotlMissionary !
The Cars On The WHITE $1 999 to Haiti i !oPl'l1ll111'
KID past." ten days with 1 Dr. and
:Mrs.. II G. Bollmger.
Front Line 99 :Mrs. Garrie: Curlee ol
$1 9
Drastically Kneads is guest! this week nl'
1t \ :Mr. and :Mrs J K McLendon..
-I: c-.- -', :Mr. and<1 Mrs.: John Williams"
J and. l son John. Jr.. of
_. -. Pintos "" ''I \ '1f ,-,? j Titusville spent the weekend

t-! )- 'O.lel oJ'r with his parents... Mr. and :Mrs.
r- .. A 1/ :Mack Williams.
'Mavericks \I 1. r J./' Mrs. T.W Steigler olIlillsborough

'Granadas i\ Personality 7T spending/( this wl'l'kI Beach ith her is
( ? } Y sister. :Mrs. T.T. Ixing. Mrs.Long .
; returned t :Monday alter
And They Are Easter a happy and two weeks! Alachua General

Is no better way to put your best I Hospital.
To : In :'oIl's.J.: Spongier attended\
Going Move n forward the Easter Parade than the Florida School BoardDireetor's
with a pair of PERSONALITY SHOES. I in Orlando
f i.. meeting
_Come see our selection. on Friday and Saturday

If You Have Considered Buying A CarDon't Hundreds of bright, colorful shoe :Mrs, W.ll. Thomson of
Tallahassee and
t, patterns, all the latest materials,, son. Henry
Thomson of Monticello were
a dozens of heel heights and sole
Miss Seeing Clyde ErmieOr r 4 ; := types .Just the shoe to make f BONE Griffin weekend and guests Miss of Mrs.Lillian John
your easier ensemble great. .:' MALT KID Stump.Mr. .
(; e r t. : and Mrs. Earl: Mundy
Byron TodayTERWILLEGAR WHITE And how you'll love the. =So' & WHITE and family of Athens. Ga.
PATTEN way Personality Shoes Fit. KID were weekend guests of Mrs.
W.K. :Mundy and Miss Jean
Q99 \ Mundy at Kingsley Lake Miss
MOTORS $1 $1,99 :Mundy of Tallahassee is

NOW ATt spending this week at their
lake cottage.
206 W. Madison 964-7200 Starke Are
SiUr4PSD.pt' dally

Where You'll Find The Finest Selection } tensions keeping
ore from

Of 4 Wheel Drives In Florida MASTER' CHARGE enjoying life? See
W e honor Bank Americard 964-5423 Bradford Square "WHO ELSE

PAST 40s i Pope I 12

,} .. ; 1 V

., ,
.- '\-- -__ ., :!..,;... .. .... -. ,." "J">_._ _---.- '
"" -'-""" '''''- --

__ ___
-V Vs-- --r1----I-- V.- --J-I

II I I I ,

MarCh Z". alln I fc.L.fc.UHAr'li fugeDMStarke
-... ''II1Imi>< I ,,r. .5
V ,

JfluING .? V LOOK Ai1rllE C-t $5JLJIII,[ AilS ,I ,



ACRES. Off US 301 north., utilities Included totally LABELS? Buy a Dymo
sal.*. Phone 964-6937. Itchg 25's. and 38's sold at Dah-
Phone 964-6743. 3/24 4tpd furnished; weekly or Label maker from ue at The
30 minutes to Gainesville 3/24 mer's Discount. TF/Chg
4/14 monthly rates. Temple Office Shop phone 9645764.MOTORCYCLES ,
40 minutes to Jacksonvill. Motel 880 North Temple, I
ElementaryNews 50 minutes to Silver Springs I Slnrke phone 964-7357. DOGS FOR SALE SWIMMING POOLS !

50 minutes to St. Augustine NEW HOME 3 BR, 2 3/17 2tpd 3/24 t J PEKINESE.3 year old with deluxe above ground ttrwillear i

80 minutes to Daytona bath carpet, CH/A. corner paper Full-Blood GER. aluminum and steel pools I \
lot by school In Keystone. MAN SHEPHERD without [131 It; repossessed by bank '
150 minutes to Cape Kennedy,f W.W. Cox Building Con PERSONALJ papers.Phone 984-5409 3/24 will ...rifl... Phone collect .
150 minutes to Disney World tractor. Phone 4734931. ((9041-398-5103 day or 1- RLLTY1
3/10 TFChgNEARLY your authorized Susukl evening. 3/3 TF/Chg

dealer. Phone 964-6020.1640 SALE Sstur- -
Spelling Champion NEW DUPLEX WILL DO BABYSITTING South Walnut 1301 south In day only. 1 mile east of city ---.i-T
65' X 28' brick central In my home daytime. Phone Starke.l) TF/Chg limits on SR 16. U.K. Dsvls. FOR SALE mobile home

Is Susan!! AlvarezSusan CLASSIFIED AD .r.tor.lo.ded ah-carpe,, range 639 and EppersonStreet. refrlg 984-8997. ...Itpd!! 3/24 Itpd 3/21 part MOBILE and supplies.HOME. SALES OLIN'S

RATES Lot 93 X 185', VACUUM CLEANER RE. I 4 Highway 100 West Stark. Cecelia Terwillegar
(32.500.phono.964-7574. 2/3 CASE phone 9645606. TF/Cbg
PAIRS an make*, ..11mod.I.
Dawn Alvarez 6th $150. Phone 9648791.
Deadline for Insertion Sewing Center -
tirade student at Starke 324YARD _ SWIMMING POOL SACRIFICE .
East Call
)Elementary school was the Tuesday noon preceding Street well kept, older home on Madison; large
leading distributor
1974 DOUBLE WIDE phone 9644312. 3/24 -
school champion in the Thursday before publi Mobile Home Manatee 4/14 4tpd LADY qualified to teach SALE Saturdayand ha. deluxe aluminum pools landscaped lot with storage house.
cation. piano lessons one day a Sunday. US 301 In Law -----
spelling contests held March Low equity and assume pay left over from 1976 season
17. ments. Phone 782-3423. week. Hampton Christian" tey. Look for signs. Item of 1/2 price, guaranteed Installation Attractive apartment house next to Garden Res
Susan. the daughter of Mrs. Minimum charge $2.00. Itchg. 3/17 ROTO.TILL your garden us or Academy, phone 4681316. all.!!.kinds. Itpd' 3/24 and terms. Phone taurant. Eight modern units with ample parking ')
3/3 3/24
Holly Ann Alvarez emerged (Covers 15 Words) lawn. Satisfaction 4tpd collect [19041 384-5156. TF- area. Excellent investment. 13

victorious over 13 other Each word over 15 BRICK HOME four year teed. Phone 6842087.guaran Itpd SMALL TOWN HOSPITALwith GOOD CEDAR dog house /Chg_ -----
old, with 3 BR.2 bath, carpet for sale.. Make offer. Now
10 cents on want... have the most
contestants from the 5th and utility room, CH/A. 4 3/24 25 beds needs RN's and Magnolia Hotel parking lot. COUCH AND CHAIR SALE If it's Hampton Lake you we
LPN' for 3-11 ... and 11-7 desirable properties.
(lith grade classrooms. Susan's p. $169.95 Dahmer's
mile north of Storks, off Paul Waterman 1000 S.W. up
All classified ads p.m. shift. Need one 7-3 p.m. -----
is Mrs. Ann Baker 964- Discount. 23IFChgALUMINUM
teacher 301. 27000. Phone 16th Avenue Gainesville, _
the must be paid for In advance 6915. 3/17 TFChgBY painting and repair Have medical nurse. Will pay 10 Florida. Itchg 3/24 In the country on paved road: 12 acres with CB
Kunner-up in compe. references. Phone 964-6084. above bate .!! WINDOWS
titions was Dale Buchanan, a unless you have 2/24 percent pay home with 3 BR/ 2 baths, family room, LR, DR, j
TF/Chg 3-11 and 11-7 Single hung and awnings. 36
established account OWNER 3 BR 2 bath, p.m. p.m. double screened back and CH-A.
dth grade student whose an shifts. Phone collect 496- CHICKEN FERTILIZER x 8 1S.5030; x 27 garage porch
teacher\ Mrs. Betty Craw. with The Telegraph. In brick. homo* newly re DO YOU NEED septic 2323. Leave number for R. $5 pick-up load. Available. $11.SO; 1ft v S2 $1550; 46 -----

ford Dale's parents are Mr that event tl extra decorated nice lot, double extra carport Phone on tank pumping Installing or Byars Director of Nurses. weekends. and after 5 p.m. x 52 27.00; MANY If you are fuel-conscious we have a brick home

and Mrs Tommy Phillips.The charge for billing. Not 964-8830.many NO REALTORS drain line Reasonable.. 2/24 7tchg,4/7_ during week. Phone 468- OTHER SIZES. BARGAIN convenient to churches and stores that is completeand

third place contestant responsible for errors PLEASE. 3//rZtpd P24 Phone 431-1202 after 2:30 1707. Henry Loper Rd. 18. CENTER 301 South tfnchg modern in every detail including four bed.

was Dorothy Wilkison, when given over the p.m. TF/Chg 3/242tchg3/31_ '_ rooms and priced right)

of Mr. and Mrs. phone or when copy Is 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 AUTOMOBILESFOR A -----
Charles daughter Wilkison. Dorothy is not typed and brought to acre with 2 rental mobile AVON CALLING to buyor f SALE 10 1/2 FOOT NOMAD on I MISCELLANEOUS! We have beautiful homes in Connerly Estates. You
sell Avon phone 755-2807 truck Excellent
the office. homes all for $35,000. j camper. have to to
in the fifth grade and her Some owner financing. or write Loins Clyatt P.O. condition 900. BayleasHighway see compare and truly appreciate.

teacher is Mrs. 1 Emma: Strong. Phone 964-8253 after 4 p.m. Box 220, Lake City, Florida. 1965 CORVAIR-very good I mile north of SR NEED HOME -----
Spelling Bee cordinator was 2/3 TF/Cbg TFChg shape; engine overhauled; 10O yellow/brown mobile Needed: Homes in good repair for $25,000.

Mrs. Barbara Reddish, 6th good tires $300. Phone 96... homo.. .!. ..!on left. Itpd 3/24 DONE? for OR fireplaces REPAIRS, remodeled -----
6777. 3/24 3/31
grade teacher Judges were: BILL'S SAW SHOP complete 2tpd kitchens POTPOURRIGreen
Margaret Peek librarian: FOR RENT sharpening service, 1974 LUV PICK.UP very. SALE 10 abovecoat. additions, garage, or enclosed Acres beauty.
title I J circular hand carbide, percent Demorest home near Starke Plaza.
Sandy Johnson, good condition 20,000 miles. Olln'a Mobile Homo carports, phone Marcus

teacher; and Dewey BRICK HOME for sale by chain mower and balanced.blade hollowground Leaveat Phone 9645595.. 3/17 2tpd Service. Highway 100W., Grlffis, 4732108. Handyman special: Green property on Call St. r

McKmney. principal. The pro. owner Conerly Estates. TWO FURNISHED A. Jackson Building Supply, 324RENTAL Starke. Phone 964-6606. TF IChl Pecan grove with 10 acres plus cozy home.

nouncer was Richard Jockel. 2,200 square tech\ all largerooms PARTMENTS one and Starko or Keystone Heights. TF/Chg SARAH COVENTRY Small frame home in Hampton.
The school champion andrunnerup ; LR. DR. kitchen 4 two bedrooms. Phone 964- TF/Chg JEW. Cecelia/
8071. 3/24 ELRY ....opportunity Terwillegar
BR 2 tile "baths tally ear- Itpd
will represent WANTED FOR SALE Diamond
Phone Erma
,964-5483 Madison
206 West Avenue
Starke Klemntary: in the poled CH/A paved. drl"e\1 HOME REPAIRS any needles for any stereo, over or Annetta BeaaUe 372- 'm
only 2 old. Contact LARGE APARTMENT type remodeling roofs, Starke Florida
Brudlord County Spelling bee .r.1 yean upstairs new 247 different ones, wo have 4444. 12/2 TF/Chg
Douglas. Nichols, phone with central heat and additions, concrete work, or them all. Debater's Discount. -
March HOUSE In townor OFFICE PHONE 964-7776 :
to I lie next Thursday 31.
964-8158. 3/24 air. Downtown. Phone 964. painting. Free estimates,
at 10 a m. in the school board : ... 7271. 3/24 2tchg 3/31 phone 964-6127. 11/18 In country with smallacreage. TF/Chg WILL PAY up to (50 cash PEAl Y-- ;; HOME PHONE 964-5145. ; I
Will be
meeting room in the school TF/Chg openingnew PONY AND COW PONY for old cars. Thornton' Sal
KEYSTONE LAKE HOME business In Starke.
administration building. with saddles and bridles. vage. Phone 9644243.. 1/20
In Bradford County. 2 MOBILE HOME furnished Phone 19122855381. 3/10
TF/Chg r
The Starke Elmentary story redwood CH/A carpet 2 bedrooms, Baylese MOBILE HOME MOVING 3tchg" 324WANTED Price negotiable. 15 foot LONG CHAMP
Sihool Advisory Committee 3 BK, 2 bath fireplace Highway Rd. 225. phone also mobile homo hurricane COBIA BOAT, 1968 with 40 .

will meet Tuesday. March 2S lake view, and ........ Phone 964-5219. Owen Alvarei.. anchoring and mobile two .bedroom HP Johnson motor DUNE House Cleaning Home and Building

.8:111:: p.in. in the school 473-2481. Itchg!! 324MOUILEIIOME Itpd 324MOBILES home roof coating. 'O tin's house or mobile hone and lot glas BUGGY body.FRAME Phone with 7823423.liber- Materials
Registered Real
Mobile Home Service.
Phone In or near Starke. Will
will be SpecialAny
cafeteria Topic pupil pay Itehg. 32wWATSON'S -WEBUILD-
964-6606. Highway 100W., to $2.000 for Estate Broker
HOMES In up equity and
>progression to include pro 12x65 -
!motion ami retention! policies completely turnlahed. Phone city on 301 nouth. 1 bedroom Stirke._TFchgHENLEY assume mortgage. Held 112 HOUSE OF Single Story "Your Plans Or Ours

to after 6 p.m.. 17248804. MH, .1110/month; bedroom Eleventh Avenue North St. VACUUMS many brandsof House $29.95TwoStory Fred Sackett Your Lot Or Ours"FREE
and repotting systems 3/21 3/31 Mil. 1125/montb. Middle ELECTRIC Petersburg FL 33701. 3/17 new vacuums. Used House Broker
patents (report cards) All :_2tchg' COMPANY residential Ztpd 312. 39.95 to 69.95 ESTIMATES
age couple preferred. Jo-Lu _ machine available. Expert U.S. 301lIampaon. '
parents are muted to attend. TWO OR THREE BED Court. 3/24 TF/Chg commercial Industrial. WANTED Used re repairs,all make Pacts andaccessories None Higher Florida Remodeling Repairs I
Bradford County )Fair Phone 431-1200 Ralford. or for all vacuums.Builtin Mobile Homes 19.95 I Additions
ROOM HOME on large 964-6314. Irlgerators washers, and
t tickets will be on sale in the shaded lot, close 10. phone TRAILER with three bedrooms 3/IO4tpd 3/31 stoves In good condition. central vacuum This is a pressure and Phone 468-1 Ti3: Homes Bought -

school office t through the 9646991. Itchg 3/24 one bath located In Phone Dah mer's Discount systems. 404. NW 10th chemical cleaning
morning of March 29 at 20 country on shady lot. Phone96.i6152.3242tch1 LICENSED ELECTRICIAN 9647923. TFChgRESIDENTIAL Avenue, GalnesvDle Phone guaranteed to remove TFChgBRASINGTON -
3/31 residential commercial.All 3767110. TF/Chg .
iTiits per ticket. HOME FOR SALE BY work guaranteed. Free mildew bugs stains.

I'hy sical education students OWNER 3 BR. 2 bath, estimates. Phone 964-7741 SITE for ACREAGE FOR

of the week were: grade :3.Lomokio family room carpet carport, EFFICIENCIES Stirke. Itchg. 3/. .W swimming pool. Leading distributor FTonland Realty etc.Call Collect 96 -8001 I SALK ".
Chandler: grade 4. utility, nice corner lot. 818 S30/week; MOTEL ROOMS wants a nice backyard after
('a rolin" Hamilton: grade 5. W eat Pratt.Phone 964-6250. 125/week.. Furnished to display new 1977 New on Market p.m. Cadillac Oldsmobile 96443853

I Paul I Johns, and grade 6. llchg3/24_ utilities Included clean and PECAN TREE SPRAYING model of above ground pool 3/24 4/7 Sales & Service Highway 301 South
quiet. Starllte Motel 301, 3 SERVICE free estimates. top consideration given for Ne.t.3 BR, concrete block.
) Crawford. Fine Selection Of Used StarceDriveway
I DI.IIUI Days, phone 964-8942 fenced In
miles north of Stark. 3/24 prime locations. Phone backyard quiet
TI1Is 1 puel1lI1ukl's Christine FRAME HOME with three night. 964-8336. 3/17 : Cars Taken On
3/31 Ztchg neighborhood.
collect 398-5874
bedrooms I bath, paneled Ztchg 3/21 |19011| days or
Dickinson) of Mrs. Cadillac '
evenings. 1/27 TF/Chg -

:MiClellamVs 4th grade class range throughout Inside/outside CH/A utDlty new TRAILER SPACE for rent 6 acre and trailer many 2001 N.W. 13 3785301GAINESVILLE Pipe

think of spring-: BRADFORD SEPTIC pecan. tree.
rooms 3 w/w cedar closets. S25/monthi; 4 miles west
Crocius's peeking through the Low equity and assumeFDA Starke on SR 16. Gilhooly. TANK SERVICE I FOR SALE I - TF
964-5153. 324HOUSE residential pump-out, 40. 1 acre Hampton 0..... IChg Wholesale Prices.
floss.Iiimer's.ell. 23SOO. Phone Itpd
payments; ,
service .
Fait guaranteed.Phone 10 acres Union County.
w hoa ol'l horse. Located on corner lot on
9648121. 3/10 4tpd 40 seres just out of Starke.. Phone 468-2819 ;
(Children playing in the dell. Pratt Street Phone 9646836. ON LAKE 3/31 1971 CAB OVER CAMPER
l.aUirs listen for the dinner 3/24 2tchg !./!!- GENEVA available. April good condition. Also 1973 Fishing Time m. or 964-5738 T.. : I

I IK'II II furnished.. Monday-Fri BULLDOZER WORK fifth wheel WINNt.BACO: In Has Arrived.
MOBILE HOME WITH 2 day,9-5 p.....phone 3737501. land clearing road building excellent. condition Phone Bait and tackle shop In l..I3 REALTY

(:real I lines geese north hound ACRES double wide Weekends and nights, phone .It* preparation. Phone Edward 7823347..: 3/21 2tchg 3/31 good location. 29 p..atdo..a. I

The sharp bark of the ol' blue 2180 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 4732717.ltchjJ/24 Davis Glen St. Mary owner would hold 621 North Walnut St. .
l'II/A.I. Lawtey SR 225, 12593569. 3/10 5tpd 4/7 PLANTS Mother's DaySpecial mortgage.VernlT.
Ink hound Starke Florida .
t 32091
just off U.S. 301. 17000. ONE BEDROOM HOUSE .._
over 400 plants -
The barking of the red fox Contact M.M. Jordan phone no children no pets. Phone SEWING MACHINES handing baskets. mother's P. OdomR'llatered 964-6162. 1 GEORGE ROBERTS ViiISiiAICL
( A .
formerly J.Thomas
the hill 182-3220.3/24 :
pup's on that :. TF/Chg 964-5193.ld3/21..: :.._ repaired all make. day cactus with full buds, Real Real Estate| .... fe
Sends a message races
cleaned oiled and adjusted ferns. Prices reasonable all Estate Broker
our heart with a thrill. 12.65 MOBILE HOME 2 UNFURNISHED HOUSE (7.Work guaranteed.James year. 1231 Butler Road 964-7700 I 914 Norm.iit Temple iiin Ave

bedrooms, 2 baths, fully furnished with 3 bedrooms. Phone 96... Strickland corner Morgan Jackie Hall...!. _Itchg. !! 3/24 964.5476 3 bedroom frame house In .. -
'I lu'se are some of f the signsVlso ; excellent condition. 5724. 3/24 2tchg 3/31 Road and Highway 16. 3/10 Pearl Andrew Brooker on 4 lots, paved

some of the thing's 1020, awning. Take overpayments TF/Chg 14 FOOT FIBERGLAS SK I Auociatt [ Lillian C.Pearson street.
1130/month. OLIN'S SUBDIVISION - JiIF'
1'hat show lo BOAT in good condition.
Hi I 964-7739 .
This is .SPIUM I ;. Phone.!. 964-7194..: :_!Itpd. 3/24 water 1/2 acre and lots sewage, 130 per furnished.For month. STANLEY- HOME buy or PRODUCTS sell.. 3/24$300. Phone 473-4309. tchg Real Estate 3 between bedroom Raiford frame and house Lake H!

MOBILE HOME 12x50 Information phone Mark Phone Barbara Daniel, 473. STARKE Butler on one acre. I
Olin OUn'a Mobile Home - 3 BR. LR. DR. Lg.
partially furnished. In trailer 375S. 3/17 12tpd 6/2 YARD SALE Saturday Ralph Bryan Neat and comforatble 2 BR

park at Starke.. Phone 964- Service Highway 100 West, 8N8 West Madison Street.Furniture frame home la walking distance F.Delano Thomas, Family Room. Fireplace.
Social Starko. No pets please. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 20 acres with barb
Security 8186. Itpd 3/24 successful odds and ends, Real Estate to town. Central air Keg Real Estate Broker
Phone 964.5606. 113TFChl living 5333210 Graham tonne.
lawn shoes. and large ,
..ho' mower storage ,
for people want to - -
: OWNER FINANCED STOP drinking and STAY !!!!!....11pd 3/24 22 acre SR 16 West. 15500. ASSOCIATES Country Club Estate 2 ; :
Rep Changes three "bedroom 2 bath, brick FOR RENT 40& 0 blockbuilding _. Meeting Thursdayand High and dry with beautiful - Judith lot. reaoanabl. c
home with CH/A. lot I ,1! celling. Ideal for 2 BR aluminum Flynn very
acre Sunday 8 Phone GALVANIZED BOAT trees (mo cypress). See siding
mile outside city limits with most any business, Starke 964-5709 or 964-5434.p.m. 114 TRAILER: like. new. this one to believe. It.prlr.d home with separate. garageon 984-8384 New block homo In town 3 "

Office For FairDue many extras. S27.0UO. Phono area. S250 per month. Phone Christian Street. 1/13 IZtpd MIMI.BIKE. needi adjust to sell at paved road 15000. Harold Eppsaet BR. 2 B. LR, C/HAA
9646930. 3/24 TF/Chg 96-6606.TF/Cq!! 127,000. - -
3/31 ment.Phone 964-7613. ItchgJ24 2 BR frame with .seie large garage, quite area, II
- carport ,
_ corner lot.
FOR SALE OR RENT Silver Sand Lake 3 BR refrigerator and stove I

to the Bradford County 12x65 mobile home. Assume BOOTS at CARRADINE furnished house on lovely Just out ol cky limits, Steve 984-5881 Simmons Several commercial- lots .. I''

)Fair the Social Security 101.85month payments or Mobile Home lake lot with adjoining 15000. 301. I
from the for available, 128,000. - -
Representative rent 1125/month. Phone acreage Arthur Bruno - ,
office will 964-6274 964-5601. LOTS - 8.7 acres Highway 100-9 at
Gainesville District or Itpd 469-1373 3 BR. 1 bath, block: con
the 3/24 JUSTIN-WRANGLER :\/1..3/ BR heat and air. I. 100-A (15,51)0. 'I
!*> in the Jury room on struction. LR, Family
second floor of the courthouseon 95 Down Hampton. 813,500. - Room In eo.... ,
Best selectionBelts Sbe 18 to 56 - 10 acre* facing SR 230 and
Monday March 28 and 80 ACRE FARM Beet price. I Phone 11.8-1551 Acreage, Lake Geneva; WOaon Road 22000. - land I

Monday April 4. CRAWFORD ROAD Indian Moccasin 7p Me area. Mobile Homes or - FAULKNERE 9 acre pasture .,t,
Local residents who need to Approximately 60 acre hou**. Owner financed. S 1/2 acres lacing two reasonably priced just off [
SR N.W. ol & ...
16. 0.
see the representative may do pasture and 20 acres cypress CARRA DINE-S l - graded roads divided by ,I
ra - ,
so between the hours of 9:45: timber fenced and LEATHER U.S.301 SHOP Well Drilling. 1 acre mobile home lot. creek 9000. A Very nice largo- frame

am. and 11:30: a.m. at the crosslenced. Nearly new High and dry. 12500. - L house on corner lot In town
1 mil south of _ _
CB brick and stone front.2 Lawtey V 36.35 acres, US 301 north
- -
temporary location. 782.3400 : 2" thru 6" 126 Water St. 3 BR. 2 baths, C/HAA :
bee 56500.
BR home; LR stonefireplace
21 acre 1.320 loot ol
11 the T largo
April garage.
Monday. Starke,Florida
- -
kitchen ,
equipped bind
Fast good high on paved
be available Rotary - -
will 964 5065
representative w/w carpet CHIA.double road oaks and LAWTEY -
pines. y 15-20 aero tract high land
at the above times at the carport covered Drilling Equipment f38,900 owner Unaactag. Small 5 room tram houseon on paved road Graham

j t regular location in the civil patio with brick bar"-cau. HELP WANTED - 1.4 acre-fenced pasture RESIDENTIALSPECIALUI ares. Terme. '

defense building, For faster Cyclone fence around STATE LICENSED 3 BR block house, built to 12000. !!! 2 bedroom I - -

J service call the Gainesville house. Cattle barn plus Policeman Under CETA ProgramFor FHA standards, 2 sere*. - bath frame house en I 1-3-6 acre homeake ImD. I'

. District Office collect. The feed storage building. S24.400. Commercial building next acre. Priced right. .. N.W.' el Starko..
, number is 376-2575 and they 90000. Owner financed at City Of Starke. Pumps - t* barbershop 15000. - ..: .: ,

handle almost any social 7 percent. Must Be County Resident Unemployed 12x65 mobile homo, immaculate 3 bedroom I bath blockhouse Frame b.... hi town. 1bedroom.
can ,central heat and S acres SR Z25E (7,500. on nice lot. Excellent .LR. .kitchen. FR. ,
security matter by phone. New UsedSalesPartsServicei air washer and - -
And Certified Through I dryer on condition. Very reasonable.Frame I
high, dry one acre lot. 10 ncre*. (12.500. - _ I'I

Police Standards. 16700. 20 acres, 2 MH hook-ups, 3 BR. t 1/2B mobile homo ..... fat tow*, I '

FOR SALEt Cash register MELBA ILGEN I hog barn with electricity on 1/2 acre. $9,000 fur bedroom, I bath living
paper moat sUes in Mock. Can Apply Thursday Friday Monday. I E-Z Terms I to 137 acre ;u-SR 100 water and. concrete slab far nished. room, S car carport

Phone la to I.. II we bave REALTOR Tuesday and Wednesday Mar. 24.30 I south from 11,100/aero. farrowing pigs, 30000. - storage area, Walnut
!I. and just Owner llnanclag. (or 30 acrea for (42,500
your she or com FARMS AND ACREAGE Street.,
browse and Th. Office Shop Starke Police Dept. PlumbingI - ,- -
KsvMotwHeioM* I Wo have 2 1/2 to 5 acre I
phoe. 944-576-4. 5 te 220 acre north ofLawtey \9& acres with nice 3 BR tracts. Good location. Very 3 BR S bath CB bows with ':
-- ------- I New Installation from 1300acre. tram hems, (30,000. low down payment. largo FR hi &0.... Very I.,
Owner - -
financing.Beaattftil ai.. i"
MOBILE - 29 acres en US 301, '27 acre ol wooded. land "

.. Remodeling restricted build. $33,500.V with several pecan trees. t BR 1 both trams; In &.....

FILL DIRT I mg lets near Country Club - WATERFRONT - -
I Repairs from 5500. Owner Beautiful farm 51.8 acres Nice lot osi good fishing Mobile home with .Urge '

fl"rpOODLEGROOMING Inside City Limit .Imaaemg. on 301. Brick .howe with 2 lake.- $9.300 with terms. addition .. 1.8 acree eH

Soil Walk to Bradford Sonar I IDurranc.IpUMPS - fireplaces) 3 BR, 2 baths, WE NEED HOMES TO 301 South. Owner fmandag. -

Top Or Dowel ow's WE HAVE OTHERSI! CHAA. barn, lanced SELLHI .
FilliJirl pleated 1 pastsro, $195,400.ASSOCIATES .
- - -
I Call For $3OPerM..iiiAu I PHONE RALPH BRYAN Paul H.F..r 3 BR. 1 beth, ca hee

Appointment ..,e........... COMPANY I Realtor Lola Zteperer .....7154 .. Realtor, with FR, ..ry\. ....,

Call 468-1873 I Drop Off On Way To Fire,Pelco Prelection, '. M4478SDayPlight or 781-3397. - swimming. peel, hi .......

City Gas,Water and Lillian Pcarsen Associate GEORGE ROBERTS*.
work & Pick Up On 864 N. Temple Ave. I Weekend. ....
STEPHEN MITH I Way Sewer REALTORLawtoy Iron. L. F* Beg.Real Estate Broker
Starke H'' 9t4-SUt V
Home Jo-Lu Motel ) Art Pat Phone....78zt
I I II ray ,Florida Susan SI.Bakke.
FLA. TI' AliocnttM
STAR ROUTE HAMPTON. 964-78373/3 5/28 184-.101'- I 964-7061 "l'0 .' 473103 78 -38Oe 964.1171 OPEN Saturday' A.M.II .

I.V L-.I_.. ,



...-t.;".. .;1'4VV '
-- -
--- -
--- ---

t. .. . .. .' ." '. '. "' ," ,, . .. ._ ... .. ___ .. .. -_"_". ... '. -. .. .. ._ ._. ,

TELEGRAPH March 24. 1977

_ __ LEGALs ---
....................................'...................... -

News Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. .Antioch Missionary Baptist Turkey WITH THE PROVISIONS OF Exhibit II, relating thereto,
I Community Church Rev. R.G. Heastie, Church, Rev. Dennis Strong CHAPTER 124 and SECTION THAT: a certified copy of this
pastor. Service activities as pastor, Thursday night 7:30: Set March 26 98.031, AS AMENDED, EF- resolution and Exhibits be forthwith -
follows. Tuesday night Prayer Prayer Meeting. Sunday FECTIVE JANUARY 1, 1977. / transmitted to Honorable

by Elizabeth Givens Walker Meeting and Class Meeting. School 10 a.m. Morning FLORIDA STATUTES. Bruce A. Smathers, Secretary of
Phone 964-6683 Sunday School 10 a.m., Service 11 a.m. Choir Union 3 The Theressa VolunteerFire State, State of Florida,
Morning Worship 11 a.m. p.m. Evening Service 7:30: Department will have a At the regular meeting of the Tallahassee, Florida to satisfy

DELL CHAPTER 168 night, 7 p.m., Bible Study. session of the Mt. Sinai Plans are being made for p.m. The public Is invited.to Marc shoot on Saturday Board of County Commissioners the conditions and requirementsof
O.K.S. Sunday service will conclude Association will be held in the Women's Day activity that attend. 26, at Raley's Grocery of Bradford County, Florida, the above references to the
with Sunday School. Gainesville at the First will terminate April 24. Each 6"4 miles south of Starke on held on Monday. March 7.1977. Florida Statutes.
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will !Mt. Morlah. Tuesday night Baptist Church Rev. Eugene member is asked to cooperatewith SR 100. at its office In the county courthouse CERTIFICATE OF
hold its regular meeting 7:30: Prayer Meeting. Also all Gainey pastor. Sunday School all activities for success. Henry Cohens, son of Mrs. Following the shoot, a fish'fry at Starke, Florida, with RECOMMENDATION AND
Thursday night, March&, at 8 Sunday School students are will conclude services for the The ladies will sell dinners Cora M. Allen of Starke, was supper will be held at the the following members present: APPROVAL
asked to attend Easter rehearsal each Saturday. All proceedswill commissioned Tuesday Theressa Community Centerat D.L. Shuford Commissioner SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS,
p.m.All members are asked to which began Tuesday day.New Bethel Baptist go for the activity of the March 22, as a secondlieutenant I 5:30: p.m. The menu will include District: No. 1. BRADFORD COUNTY,
please be present. Business of night and will be held Church Rev. L.R. Davis, Women's Day Drive. In the Reserve fish hush puppies, George W. Roberts, Jr., FLORIDAI
vital importance. Thursday night and every pastor. Wednesday night, The Easter program will be Officers Training Corps at baked beans grits, palm Chairman, Commissioner -
night next week. Sunday 7:30: Prayer Meeting Bible held Sunday, April 10, at 3 Florida State University. salad and tea or coffee. Pro- District No. 2. I, Jeneva M. Flynn, Super
All Sunday School ceeds will go to the Theressa Maxie Carter, Jr., Commissioner visor of Elections, Bradford
NAACP MEETING School 9:30: a.m. Trustee Class. Sunday School 9:30: p.m. Cohens will )oin the military
meeting. 11 a.m. At 3 p.m. all a.m., Morning Worship 11 students are asked to please police and wilt be stationed in Volunteer Fire Departmentfor District No. 3. County State of Florida, do
Bradford County Branch of members are asked to attend a.m. All members are askedto attend rehearsal each Korea. buying additional equip- E.W. Hodges, Jr., Commissioner hereby certify that after due and
the NAACP met Monday nightat the Fellowship Hour, Anni- attend. Wednesday 4:30: and 5:30: Cohens is a recent graduateof ment and future constructionof District No. 4. diligent study and consideration
New Hope Baptist Church.All versary.Mt. The Extra Day Session of Greater Bethlehem FSU with a degree in a fire station. Hazel Paulk Commissioner of that portion of this resolution
members and Interested Pisgah A.M.E. the Mt. Sinai Association will Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. criminology. He has been in The Volunteer Fire Depart District No. 5. reflecting the changes In
citizens are invited to co Church: Sunday School 10 be held Saturday, March 26, in Jasper Williams pastor. the armed services for nine ment was organized in Feb. Hazel Paulk, Commissioner, election precincts and the
operate with the activities of a.m. The Fellowship Hour Gainesville at First Baptist Weekly services begin with years during which time he ruary 1976 and incorporated District No.5, offered and boundaries thereof do herewith -
the organization for success. Anniversary will be held at 3 S.E. 15th Street, Rev. Eugene Tiny Tots rehearsal Monday pursued his high school and through the state of Florida in moved the adoption of the / by my signature affixed
p.m. The public is invited to Gainey, pastor. You are night. Prayer Meeting college diplomas. July 1976. The department has above entitled resolution hereto, confirm by endorsement,
:MISSIIt'DSON; : attend. All participating invited to attend.Macedonia Tuesday night. Easter re- 20 members that have com fallowing herewith: and approval of such changes
iKAUUATKSMs. churches are asked to attend. Freewill hearsal Wednesday night. pleted the rural fire defense WHEREAS, The Legislature and designations, and in com-
The First Born Church of Baptist Church Rev. J.N. Friday night Ushers Annual Planning Council course presented by the of the State of Florida amended pliance with the provisions of

Rosie Doretha Hudson, The Living God. Elder S.V. Butler pastor. Tuesday night anniversity for Ushers Board Florida Forestry Service. Section 98.031, Florida Chapter 98, Section 98.031,
.daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Cohens pastor. Tuesday night Choir rehearsal for Choir No. 1 and 2 will be held at 8 p.m. Board To MeetThe To date the department has Statutes, with an effective date Florida Statutes, recommend,
Henderson Hudson is a recent 7:45: Prayer Service Friday 2 at 7 p.m. Wednesday night Everyone is invited. Saturday responded to 15 fires in the of January I 1. 1977, pertaining to without/ reservation that the
graduate of the University of night Tarrying Service. Prayer Meeting and Bible dinners will be sold from the surrounding area. Normal making certain changes In Board of County Commissioners
Florida with a B.S. Degree in Sunday School 10:30: a.m.. Study. Thursday night Rev. kitchen. Sunday is Trustee monthly meeting of the response to all fires has been Election Precinct boundariesthat Bradford County,
Education. Rosie Doretha is a Morning Worship 11:30 a.m Robert Austin will be in Day. Sunday School 9:30: a.m., Board of Directors of the 13 members for total man would require sucrrpre. Florida, concur, approve and
1973 graduate of Bradford YPCW. Evening Worship 7:4b: charge of services. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m., North Central Florida hours spent fighting fires at cincts to conform to clearly adopt the same as herein
High School in Starke. p.m. Visitors are always School 10 a.m., Morning Evening Worship 6 p.m. Regional Planning Council 152 hours since they started recognizable and observable provided for.
welcome. Worship 11 a.m., Evening God's Miracle & will be held today (Thursday, responding to fires in May boundaries for each Election Jeneva M. Flynn, Supervisor of
Deliverance Outreach For All March 24) at the Garden Res- Precinct. Such boundaries must Elections
CIIUUII NEWS :Mt. Zion A.M.E.: Church Worship 4 p.m. 1976.The
Rev Richard Bethel, pastor. Free Canaan True Churchof People Church of God & taurant. fire department says coincide with visible features Bradford County, State of
Pleasant Grove and !Mt. Sunday School 10( a.m. God In Unity Elder Holiness. Inc., Elder Ray Sittig executive they have had tremendoussuccess' readily distinguishable on the Florida.
Morlah United Church Parish Morning Worship 11 a.m., Sampson White, Singleton, pastor. Sunday director of the Florida Leagueof this past year with ground, such as highways, COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Kev. Willie Stilt, pastor. Evening Worship 4 p.m. Service schedule as follows: School 10 a.m., Morning Cities will speak at 7:45: fund raising projects and roads, streets, railroads, rivers, DISTRICT NO. 1 LAWTEY:
Service activities: Pleasant Ebenezer: Baptist Church Tuesday night Prayer Worship 11 a.m.. Evening p.m. following a 7 p.m. dinner. attribute it to support from the streams, and so forth. Commencing at the point of
Grove every first and second Rev. L.R. Davis, pastor. Meeting at 7:30. Wednesdaynight Worship 7:30: p.m. Weekly The board meeting will beginat community and surroundingareas. WHEREAS, in order to effect intersection of the county
Monday night at 7:30: ; Young Tuesday night 7:30-8:30: : Bible Tarrying Service at activities: Monday night 7:30: 8:30: p.m. The volunteers said such change and to comply graded road known as the Mark
One of the items on the they greatly appreciate all the the provisions of the amended road and the Sea-
Adult Choir rehearsal every Class. Wednesday night, 7:30: Friday night Bible Study Prayer Band Meeting. Lee Starling ,
Tuesday night 7 p.m. Young March 30, Junior Choir re- at 7:30.: Sunday service will Thursday night Prayer agenda will be the summary support and they would not be Section 98.031 the board Coastline Railroad, thencerun
Junior Choir rehearsal, hearsal. Thursday night begin with Sunday School at 10 Meeting at 7:30.: Friday night application for LEAAJJDPAct able to serve the people in the Statutes, would require East to the Bradford-Clay
Wednesday night 7:30: Prayer Meeting at 7 p.m. a.m. Morning Worship 11 Bible Study at 7:30.: Sunday Funds for the UnionBradford area without that support. abolishment of Election Precinct county line, thence run North
No. 13-A, GRAHAM,
Guidance Future for the
March extra 5:30: HYPU. Clinic. training along the Bradford-Clay county
Prayer Meeting. Thursday Saturday. 26, an a.m. Evening Worship 7:30.: NEW
department will include first Election Precinct 15-B, line to the Bradford-Baker
aid and CPR ( cardio- RIVER, and certain other county line, thence run West
pulmonary resuscitation) and changes in Election Precinct No. the BradfordBakercounty
1 (ft t fad... along
( .011 (.._ EJ.aGLE structural fires. 7, RENO, neither of whose line to the Bradford-
i tit lOll .! UttlIKU boundaries conform to the
MTWWMmi .I, Union county line (New River),
N -::- -= amended requirements.
N Rgt IM. High thence run southwesterly along
IAANIYlAbs0 FAMILY DISCOUNT STOKES the Bradford-Union county line
are an by this body, the to its intersection with State
endangeredspecies Board of County Commissionersof Road 16, thence run southeasterly
at ':- the County of Bradford, State along State Road 16 to its

: .."" of Florida, and joined therein by intersection with Farmers Market
the duly elected Supervisor of Road, thence run easterly
Elections of said county in a along Farmers Market Road to
3 day price plunge! Wash blackberries and rasp- regular meeting duly assembled State Road 200 (Temple
berries just before use. Water mutually agree to hereby sub- Avenue), thence run southerly
causes mold on these berries. scribe and approve to the redefinition along State Road 200 (Temple
of Election Precinct Avenue) to State Road 16
LECRLNOTICE boundaries In order to comply Brownlee( Street) to the Sea
% with/ the provisions of the board Coastline Railroad, thencerun
savings of 1O to Thursday, Friday and Saturday amended Florida Statute, Section northerly along the Sea-

98.031.BE board Coastline Railroad to its
CITY OF STARKE. IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Intersection with the Mark Lee
WEARt NAMli FLORIDAThe THAT: Starling road the said point of
otv MEN 9 LE SURE 1 In accomplishing the de- beginning.IN .
li 1 N City of Starke, Florida invites sired changes that the boundaries COMPLIANCE WITH THE
t bids for a Cassette Tape of the affected County PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER

R 4 FAMOUS MAKER Subsystem for Burroughs L8600 Commissioner Districts be likewise 124, FLORIDA STATUTES,
i JEANS OUTFIT Type Machine to fit the / re-defined in accorance County Commissioner District..,
o t SOLD NATIONALLY specifications and purposes as with the provisions of Chapter No. 1 Lawtey, Is further subdivided -.
/ FOR UP TO ''34 i r outlined. Bids will be received at 124, Florida Statutes pertaining into three ((3)) Section'
V"N V the City Clerk's Office City of thereto, and that the require- Precincts as follows:
688 Starke, Florida until 7:00: ments of said Chapter be observed -
.. fA O'clock P.M. on April 6, 1977. Election Precinct No. 1 -
JEAN tNIRTS.M4x4 r 2 For purposes of referenceand Lawtey; Election Precinct No. 2
SAVE 13% SPECIFICATIONS description a general high- KELLY; Election Precinct No.

hawk HOPSACK CASUALSEagle's 5.94 way map of Bradford County, as 3 CRAWFORD ... the saidprecincts
OIIf USCuAa1 high Dual-gap read/write head prepared by the State being wholly confined
pike X3.44 MATCHING PANTS, 30-38 with automatic read after write Topographic Office, State of within/ the boundaries of County
8AV 16" SAVE 1.89AgLE SAVE 19% verfication enables read after Florida Department of Trans Commissioner District No. },
Lightweight upper, You'll hardly Slit. Ih.
( HEAVY-DUTY STURDY V,".50' tot**. Men's olio* 7-12. .Mufti Imp.d.ctl.n., but write checking without tape portation, dated December, and the boundaries for each are
MOTOR OIL VINYL GARDEN HOSE PACK IVORY SOAP Hando you'N sure nolle tb* value! backspacing, and significantly 1973, shall be used to graphically herewith separately described:
..nM denim.0t. reduces tape movement andY define and outline each Commissioner ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 1 -
;r! 48C ;n5.88 c 8r. District and each LAWTEY:

,_ wlgl" eud.. vinyl 3V 9*. MraonH .u.! k Spindle controlled multi- Election Precinct, with the approrlate Commencing at the point of
...- roe _n engl...... wI.akpreoCouplings wrorlte mar ItimUdrvScuffrllnt *** ; .} l 11 speed reel drive. Photo- number being indicatedfor intersection of the Bradford-day
R electrically controlled tape each and further, that the county line and State Road 200
: speed. Tape is( transported written narrative description for (IUS 301)), thence run southwesterly -
'' r"u I'a' MEN'S TENNIS SHIRTS without pinch rollers to reduce each Commissioner District and along State Road 200 (US
'y..t AT A WINNING PRICE tape wear and increase Election Precinct shall be made 301)) to its intersection with

SAVE 1.O7 reliability. from such reference. A map indicating State Road 200-A( thence: run
I ,2 96d Magnetic tape cassette. the re-defined Com northerly along State Road 20(-
O Capacity is 280 feet which excludes missioner District by name and A to the county graded road
1 ; -8 97 d ./placllet". colton front knit a 20-inch clear leader at number and labeled Exhibit I, known as the Crawford Road to
s tyllng. A hit en the the beginning end end of tape. and a separate map indicatingthe its intersection with State Road
Genuine sued upper*. \ court or oil S, M. Burroughs "computer certified" re-defined Election Precinctsby 16, thence run northwesterlyalong
SAVE 10% 3AVEM% SA VS 1. crepe .ol**. Ten, 7-11. LILSAV1
cassette tape Is used to assure name and number and State Road 16 to its intersection

SONEX LIGHTER 20-PK. TRASH BAGS PRINT BEACH TOWEL / accuracy, reliability and long labeled Exhibit II, are consideredto with the Bradford-Union
be a pert of this resolution. county line, thence run north-
1.91 %1.27 w '4f88 MEN'S NOIRONTENNIS life.R and WS Status Indicator 3- To comply with the provisions easterly along the Bradford-
P I t' i SHORTS lamps. R lamp indicates tape of Chapter 124.Q2 (1), Union county line to the Brad-
Slimline ttyle. adlintablo Heavy plaitlo, .I..sl. Cotorful print, tomeFlorida cassette Is in use and removal is Florida Statutes, Notice of ford-Baker county line thencerun
sense. butane luel tuppiy. twist lie Die. ., .....
20-gal. / motif. :14 0 4 44 prohibited. WS lamp Change of Boundaries of Commissioners East along the Bradford-

.. indicates tape cassette is Districts and Election Baker county line to the Brad-
O1rPry"- DISC. PfUCI WAS,. TFtehkmaM properly in place and writing is Precincts that descriptions of ford-day county line, thencerun
tin pocket.
r adruataW vatotband, enabled. such boundaries be published in South along the Bradford--
0 VALUE PLUS? T machine 1 ) ......_. MaAAe Date recording technique.Dual the Bradford County Telegraph, Clay county line to its intersection -
r 8" WORK SHOES title ft BMIel*.33-3S. track recording one a weekly newspaper. In its issuesof with State Road 200

at track used for data.one track March 17, March 24, March (US 301)), the said point of
i- l M! .8 94 used for clocking. one 31 and April 7, 1977. beginning. I
Genuine Ocodyew veil, 2. .1 assures valid recording and 4 In the written descriptionsfor ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 2 -
w ribbed tol.. Ten, 7-12. reading of.data. Data is NRZI each County Commissioner KELLY:
SAYE 1 encoded at 800 bits per inch. District and each Election Precinct Commencing at the point of
SAVE:I.DO 30% 9AYE2 t
Encoding Is bit serial ((100 described within the city intersection of the Bradford-day
21-PC. SOCKET SET ENAMEL COOKWARE SO LBS. CHLORINE L characters per Inch) in 8 bit limits of Starke, Florida the county line and State Road 200

\ USASC11 code. Interrecord gap currently existing boundaries for (US 301)), thence run southwesterly
;:r 8.88 y 1.00 36.88 ,-- t is determined by the equipment each district and each precinct along State Road 200

%' ft 110"' _.. chrome Your choice 1 qt or 2 qttaucepan WAI.3IW Ij 1 to which the subsystem is inter- have not been change or altered (US 301)) to the county graded
plated ..-. 1 n. ..... or t" Irypan.a"%" (omul. keep pool \, ;.j faced. within the said city limits: and road leading to Saxton, thencerun
water clean unitary. / rSAVE31 Date recording technique. the map of the City of Starke easterly along the Saxton
SAVEiS% VALUEPLU91 Variable record I length with 1 currently (in use describing the road to its kiteresection/ the
% SAVE23% -
character preamble, 1 character boundaries of each district and Seaboard Coastline Railroad
-VOLT 100-CT. ELECTRIC CAMP MOCCASINS postamble, and 2 character CRC each precinct remain in full force thence run southwesterly along
EAGLEBATTERY PAPER HOT POT M'csta88 I (cyclic redundancy check) and effect as approved by the Seaboard Coastline Railroad
PLATES 1 CUPS VALUE PLUS! AL EPLU37 maximum record length is 256 resolution adopted by the Boardof to its Intersection with the
Vinyl upper, tricot lining ft data characters. File mark code County Commissioners on county graded road known as
19c 69C 94 k.oNcrop.Solea-10. WESTERN SHIRTS SWIM TRUNKS to Identify file locations. December 3, 1963, and in accordance the Mark Ue Starling road

S Mlci5s94 MICE3 96 Operating speeds. with the amended provisions thence run easterly along the
WAS ASp WAS3.M Read/write\ 10 inches per of Section 98.031, Mark Lee Starting road to its !n-
EAGLE: LAUNDJETERGENT % SAVE15% tmbroWorod H f4oi or 0 voUboN second. Search (forward or reverse changes of district and precinct tersectlon with the Bradford-
= MM***. Men'* S *. I to XI8AVC31 -
FREEZER SEEROR to file mark) 30 inches boundaries within the city limits Clay county line, thence run
Powerful / CONTAINERS ICE TEA fF jilt per second. Rewind 60 inches of Starke. Florida are hereby North along the Bradforddaycounty
Heavy Duty l/r't PT. OR QT. GLASSESEconomical per second. waived/\ until the next odd- Ins to its Intereaection
I... ._ ,h r Simultaneous multiple station numbered year namely, 1979. with/ State Road 200 (US 301)),
Utt Only ) 88C F. \ 3:1: : AYE %'- operation. AH stations may be 5 A copy of this resolution the said point of beginning.

Yt Cup Per lIM1P yk l \ WOMEN'S SANDALS rewound simultaneously. Read Including Exhibit I, redefiningthe ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 3 -
Wash % Ol. WAS)7E WAS or write on any one station while County Commissioner Districts CRAWFORD:

VALUE PLUS! VALUE PLUS! SAVE 37% 591 rewinding on any or al of the remaining and Exhibit II, redefiningthe Commencing at the point of
WOODEN CHASE'S wLISTERNE I1i station. ,, Ejection Precincts thereof, lnterse tion of the county
TENNIS INSECTICIDE ,. THE SAID BOARD OF CITY I be appropriately recorded upon graded road leading to Saxton
RACKET W/FOGGER COMMISSIONERS RESERVES the minutes of this Board and( and the Seaboard Coastline
.96 WAS1.28'c THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR filed with the official: records! of, Railroad, thence run southerly
2.97 =I REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS. this body m constituting: theoffldEn along the Seaboard Coastline
etc.PNCN CITY COMMISSIONERS OF of this board on Railroad to State Road 16
= THE CITY OF STARKE of re-defining the (Brownies Street), thence run

l FLORIDA .. Districts and the \westerly along State Road 16
YALUE ILU SAYE J?% BY Merrill Edwards dork I Election PrecinctS of Bradford (Brownlee
L GAVEf6" VALUE nUll j aAYE! UP TO 1.09_ : City 8 Street) to State Road
County, Florida. 200 (Temple Avenue), thencerun
ADJUSTABLE SA VS 17% VO-S ALDER HAIR TO MEN'S CREW SOCKS BOYS' T-SHIRTS BLOUSE ON. BLACK 3/24 2tchg 331RESOLUTION 6 In compliance with the northerly along State Road
WROUGHT IRON provisions: / Chapter 124, Section 200 (Temple Avenue) to the
PLANT STAND 8TAYFREE 30-8 MINI-PADS. wA SPRAY ,,..'e ,. 2 R .1 DlIC.PttICI 98C W.I"2, 88 TO RE-DEFINE 124.03, Florida Statutes, Farmers. Market Road, thencerun p

8C Sorl cotton ./euoMn loot Plyoler-onen w/handv/ !wsM p OIooI. 11NYaa. s. N, THE BOUNDARIES OF pertaining to the boindariai of westerly along Farmers Market
.p1.29 Sir.lch MM' ..,a. .Ma. ....CMon,a-tl -" COUNTY COMMISSIONER the County Commissioner Dis- Road to State Road 16,
tricti. and to the provisions/ of thence run northwesterly along
EAGLETHE, CONVENIENT 312 W. Madison St. 1'atM Reg. ft. King Super a 1Q '" TION PRECINCTS THEREOF IN amended Section. 98.031, State Road 16 to his county
Florida Statute, pertaining to graded road known 1 as the Crawford
FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 964-7513 CIGARETTES 48' $41 Cartoo *4' Ir-j.J BRADFORD COUNTY, change. In boundaries of Election Road, thence run easterly
>Pn daily 9 tiia&Suncfay til 8 Carton FLORIDA IN COMPLIANCE Precincts and Exhibit I and along the Crawford Road to

1} ) t t '1I'age48

.. .. -'

-,....., ....-..... .. .... ..". ... -
......... .
.. _
"" -.- .

!arch 2,197 TELEGRAPI Page SRLEGH


State Road 200-A, thence run

southerly along State Road 200- and intersection State of State Road 100 Commencing at the Intersection Alachua county line to its intersection (New River) to its intersectionwith with the Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE OF Estate of Thelma B.
A to State Road 200 (US 301)), 225, thence run of State Road 230 and with the West line of State Road 100, thence run Court in and for Bradford ADMINISTRATIONTO ceased. Dyal, d
thence run southerly along State to its Intersection along State with Road State 225 the Bradford-Clay county line, Section 22, Township 8 South, southeasterly along State Road County, Florida, upon receipt of ALL PERSONS HAVING ATTORNEY FOR '.
road 200 (US 301)) to the county Road 229 thence run South along the Range 22 East, the said point of 100 to its intersection with the proof of publication of this CLAIMS OR DEMANDS PERSONAL'REPRESENTATIVE
thence : U
graded road leading to Saxton run southerly West line of 21 East the fictitious ;
line following
Bradford-Clay county to beginning. Range nice, AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE I
along State Road 229 to Us Intersection George H. Pierce, :
thence run easterly along the with Stata Road.- southernmost right-of-way of ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 12 thence run South along the name, to-wet: Corona Mobile AND ALL OTHER PERSONS P.O. Drawer 1030 Eire 'y
Saxton road to Its intersectionwith 229A thence State Road 18, thence run LINCOLN CITY: West line of Range 21 East to its Homes, Inc., d/b/a/ Starke INTERESTED IN THE Starke Florida
run ,
the Seaboard Coastline and east along State northeasterly Road 229Ato northerly and westerly along Commencing at the Inter- intersection with State Road 18, Home Center under which I am YOU ARE HEREBY ESTATE Telephone: 31
Railroad, the said point of its (Intersection with State State Road 18 to Its intersectionwith section of Call Street (State thence run easterly along State engaged In business at Hwy, 301 that the administration the
beginning. State Road 100 thence Road 18 to its Intersection with North, Starke, Fla. That the o
Road ,16, thence northwesterly run Road 230 and Walnut Street, estate of Walter H. de 3/17 2tchg 3/24
COUNTY COMMISSIONER northwesterly along State Road thence run easterly along Call State Road 225, at Graham, names( ) of the persons( ) solely Number Nan.
along State Road 16 its ,
DISTRICT NO. 2 BAYLESS to Street thence South State Road interested in the said business is cea Fie
: 100 to Water within the Street to its intersection with run on in the Circuit "
Intersection with pending Court
Commencing at the point of Bradford- city limits of Starke, Florida, Water Street, thence run 225 to its intersection with the (are) as follows: for Bradford NOTICE OF INTENTION ,
Union County Rorida
intersection of State Road 100 thence county line (INeVi'RiVer) continuing northerly along southerly along Water Street to Bradford-Alachua county line J.H. Lorence Probate Division the address, of, REGISTER SAID FICTITIOUS I.
and the Bradford-Union county the run southwesterly alon9 Water Street to its intersectionwith State Road 100, continuing (Santa Fe River), thence run Executive Vice PresidentP.O. which Is Bradford Court NAME
line (New River), thence run Bradford-Union county line Call Street (State Road southerly on State Road 100 to northwesterly along the Bradford Box 1921 Starke Pursuant to Section 8.0
southeasterly along State Road (New River) to its intersection 230)), thence run easterly along Its intersection with the county -Alachua county line (Santa Waycross, Ga 31501 hus personal 32091. Florida Statutes, I
with representative of
100 to its Intersection with Pratt State Road 100, thence run Call Street (State Road 230)) to graded road known as the Fe River) to its convergence with the estate is Hazel H. Nolan hereby gve that the undersigned -
Street, thence run North and southeasterly along State Road Bessant Road, thence run East Meng's Dairy Road, thence run the Bradford-Union county line 3/24 4tpd 414IN whose address R. and Shirl
100 P.O. Box
then East on Pratt Street to its to its intersection with State along Bessant Road to the westerly along the Meng's Dairy (New River), the said point of Graham i 23, Boone, Route 2, Box ,
Intersection with Orange Street, bealnninq.Road 225, the said point of easterly boundary of the City of Road to its Intersection with beginning.After THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR address,of Florida.the The name and Starke Florida, 32091, doing

thence run South on Orange COUNTY Starke, thence run South along State Road 221, thence run discussion and con BRADFORD COUNTY, sentative's personal repre forth business under the firm name of
Street to its Intersection with DISTRICT COMMISSIONER the easterly boundary of the Cityof northwesterly along State Road sideration of all references, ex- FLORIDAFile below. attorney are se "BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK
Call Street, thence run easterly DING: BLAN- Starke to its intersection with 221 to its intersection with State hibits, recommendations and Number-8C SERVICE," Route 2, Box ,

along Call Street to Bessant Commencing at the point State Road 230, thence run Road 200 (US 301)), thence run boundaries, and other facts Division(II ) All persons having claim or Starke, Bradford County, j
Road, thence run East along intersection of the southernmost easterly along State Road 230 toits northeasterly along State Road hereto applying, Maxie Carter, IN RE: ESTATE OF GERALD O. demands against the estate are Florid 32091, intend to reisllt"I

Bessant Road to the East right-of-way of State Road 18 Intersection with the Brad- 200US301)to( ) Walnut Street in Jr. Commissioner, District 3, WHITE Deceased require WITHIN THREE sid nam unr
boundary of the City of Starke, and the Bradford-Clay ford-Clay county line, the said Starke, Florida, thence run seconded the motion of NOTICE OF FROM THE DATE OF provisions of
thence run North along the East line, thence run northerly and point of beginning. northerly along Walnut Street to Commissioner Paulk for the ADMINISTRATIONTO THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Earl R. and Shirley I
boundary of the City of Starke to westerly along State Road 18 to COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT its Intersection with Call Street adoption of the resolution, ALL PERSONS HAVING THIS NOTICE, to file with the joint owners.
Its Intersection with Alligator its intersection with State Road NO. 4 HAMPTON: (State Road 230)), the said pointof including the Exhibits referred to CLAIMS OR DEMANDS clerk of the above court a Dated this 10th day of
Canal, thence follow the westerly 100 thence Commencing at the inter- beginning. herein and made a part of this AGAINSTTHE ABOVE ESTATE written statement of any claimor A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida.
course of Alligator Canal to State Road run northwesterlyalong 100 to Water section of the southernmost COUNTY COMMISSIONER resolution, and after being AND ALL OTHER PERSONS demand they may have. Each 3/10/ 4tpd 3/31 .

the northeast comer of Lot Nine Street, within the city limits of right-of-way of State Road 18 DISTRICT NO 5 BROOKER: Joined in session by Mrs Jeneva INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: claim must be In writing and 1

((9)) Blending Subdivision, thencerun Starke, Florida, continuing end the Bradford-Clay county Commencing at the point of M Flynn, Supervisor of Election YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat must indicate the basis for the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR l' ,
westerly along the North line northerly along Water Street to line, thence run northerly and convergence of the Bradford- Bradford County, Florida, the administration of the claim, the name and address of BRADFORD COUNTY,
of Lot Nine ((9)) Blanding Subdivision its intersection with Call Street westerly along State Road 18 to Alachua county line (Santa Fe the said motion was then put to estate of GERALD O WHITE, the creditor of his agent or

to the intersection of (State Road 230)) thence run its intersection with State Road River) and the Bradford-Union a vote an unanimously approved dcease File Number 7-8 attorney, and the amount FLORIDACIVIL ACTION
Jackson and St. Clair Streets, easterly along Call Street (State 100, thence run northwesterlyalong county line (New River), thencerun by the affirmative votes of pending in the claimed. If the claim is not yet CASE NO. 77-107
continuing westerly along Jackson Road 230)) to Bessant Road, State Road 100 to Water northeasterly along the Commissioner D.L. Shuford, Court for Bradford County, due, the date when it will become IN RE: The Marriage of .
Street to the Seaboard thence run East along Bessant Street, within the city limits of Bradford-Union county line District 1, Commissioner GeorgeW. Florida, Probate Division, the due shall b stated If the MICHAEL WAYNE TAKER,
Coastline Railroad, thence run Road to the easterly boundary of Starke, Florida, continuing nor- (New River) to its intersectionwith Roberts, Jr., District 2, and address of which is P.0. Drawer claim is contingent or un Husband,
northerly along the Seaboard the City of Starke, thence run therly along Water Street to its State Road 100, thence run Commissioner E.W. Hodges, B, Starke, Florida, 32091. The liquidated, the nature of the un- and
Coastline Railroad to its intersection North along the easterly Intersection with Call Street southeasterly along State Road District 4. personal representative of the certainty shell be stated. If the LINDA JEAN TABER, Wife
with Adkins Street, boundary of the City of Starke to (IState Road 230)) thence run 100 to the westerly boundary of George W. Roberts, Jr., estate is HENRY GEORGE claim is secured, the security NOTICE OF SUIT
thence run westerly along Ad- its intersection with Alligator westerly along Call Street to its the City of Starke, continuing Chairman Board of County WHITE,whose address is Rt. 2, shall be described The claimant TO: MICHAEL WAYNE TABER,

kins Street to its intersection Canal, thence run along the intersection with Walnut Street, along State Road 100 (Madison Commissioners, Bradford Box 497, Melrose, Florida 3. shall deliver sufficient copies of 1214 EAST PARKER,
with State Road 200 (Temple westerly course of Alligator thence run southerly along Wal- Street) to its intersection with County, State of Florida The nm and address the claim to the clerk to enable SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA 74801
Avenue), thence run northerly Canal to the southeast corner of nut Street to its intersection with Pratt Street, thence run North Attest: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerkof personal representatve's at the clerk to mail one copy to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
along State Road 200 (Temple Lot Eight ((8)) Blanding SubDivision State Road 200 (US 301)), and East on Pratt Street to its intersection the Circuit Court, and ex- torne are s beow. each personal representative. an action for Dissolution of
Avenue), to Farmers Market thence run westerly continuing southerly along State with Orange Street officio Secretary, Board of persons havings claim All persons interested in the Marriage has been filed against
Road, thence run westerly along along the south line of Lot Eight Road 200 (US 301)) to its Inter- thence run South on Orange County Commissioners, Brad- demands against the estate are estate of whom a copy of this you and you are required to
Farmers Market Road to State ((8)) Blanding Sub-Division to the section with State Road 227, Street to Its intersection with ford County, Fla.CERTIFICATE. required, WITHIN THREE Notice of Administration has serve a copy of your written defenses
Road 16, thence run northwesterly intersection of Jackson and St. thence run westerly and Call Street, thence run easterly been mailed are required, if any, to it on RICHARDE.
along State Road 16 Clair Streets, continuing !southerly along State Road 227 along Call Street to its inter- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF WITHIN THREE MONTHS WELTY, Attorney for
the Bradford-Union to its intersection with State THIS NOTICE, to file with th FROM THE DATE OF THE
to county westerly along Jackson Street to section with Walnut Street, Petitioner, whose address is 114
line (New River), thence run its intersection with the Sea Road 18, continuing westerlyand thence run southerly along Wal- I, Gilbert, S. Brown, Clerk of clerk of the above court a FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS N. Walnut Street, P.O.
southwesterly along the board Coastline Railroad, thencerun southerly along State Road nut Street to State Road 200 the Circuit Court of Bradford written statement of any claim NOTICE, TO File any objections Starke, Florida, 32091,Bo)9
Bradford-Union county line to its northerly along the Sea- 18 to its intersection with State (US 301)), continuing southerly County Florida, and ex-officio or demand they may have. Each they may have that challenges the original with the Clerk of the
intersection with State Road board Coastline Railroad to its Raod 225, at Graham, thencerun along State Road 200 (US 301)to ) Secretary of the Board of claim must-be In writing and the validity of the decedent's above-styled Court on before
100, the said point of beginning. intersection with Adkins Street, South along State Road 225 its intersection with State County Commissioners, Brad- must indicate the basis for the will, the qualifications of the April 18, 1977, otherwise o a
to its intersection with the Brad- 227 ford County, Florida, DO HERE- claim, the name and address of personal or the
IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE thence run westerly along Ad- Road thence run westerlyand representative, Judgment may be entered
ford-Alachua line (Santa BY CERTIFY that the attached the creditor or his agent or venue or jurisdiction of the
PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER kins Street to its intersectionwith county southerly along State Road against you fo the demanded
124, FLORIDA STATUTES, State Road 200 (Temple Fe River), thence run southerlyand 227 to State Road 18, continuing and foregoing is a true and attorney, and the amount court. .tALL in the reli.

County Commissioner District Avenue), thence run northerly easterly along the Bradford- westerly and southerly along correct copy of a resolution redefining due claimed.the If date the when claim i n become yet CLAIMS, DEMANDS, WITNESS my hand the
No. 2 Bayless, is further subdivided along State Road 200 (Temple Alachua county line (Santa Fe State Road 18 to its intersectionwith the County Commissioner due shall be stated. If the AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO seal of Said Court on day
Into three ((3)) Election Avenue) to its intersection with River) to its intersection with the State Road 225, at Graham, Districts 1 through 5, FILED WILL BE FOREVER of March, 197.
Precincts as follows: State Road 16 (Brownlee Putnam county line, thence run thence run South on State Road and the Election Precincts thereof claim is contingent or un BARRED... GILBERT BROWN AS
East along the Putnam county 225 its intersection with the numbered 1 through 15, of liquidate th nature of the uncertainty CLERK
Election Precinct No. 4 Street), thence run easterly to be stated. If Date of the first publication of OF SAID COURT
LEGION HALL; Election Pre along State Road 16 (Brownlee line to the Bradford-Day county Bradford-Alachua county line the County of Bradford, State of th this Notice of Administration
cinct No. 5 PLEASANT Street) to its intersection with line, thence run North along the (Santa Fe River), thence run Florida, as adopted by the shall claim be is d secure th claimant security 17, 1977. : FIRST PUBLICATION,

GROVE; Election Precinct No. 6 the Seaboard Coastline Rail Bradford-day county line to its northeasterly along the Brad- Board of County Commissioners shall deliver rib of Marc. Nolan, As Personal Representative MARCH 17, 1977.
VANDERBILT .., the said road thence intersection with the southern ford-Alachua county line (SantaFe at its regular meeting duly called copies
; run northerly along of the Estate
the claim to the clerk to enable
precincts being wholly confined the Seaboard Coastline Railroadto most right-of-way of State Road River)to its convergence with and held on Monday, March 7, Walter H. Nolan Deceased o 3/174tchg 4/7
the deck to mail to ,
18 the said of 1977 and of record in copy
within the boundaries of County its intersection with a county point beginning. the Bradford Union county line appearing each Attorney for Personal
Commissioner District No.2, graded road known as Mark Lee IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE (New River), the said point of the minutes of said board in All repetive. Representative
for each are PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER beginning.IN Minute Book No. 11 of the persons Intereed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
and the boundaries Starling Road, thence run estate to whom a copy of this MAHON, FARLEY & VICKERSBy FOR
herewith separately described: easterly along the Mark Lee 124, FLORIDA STATUTES, COMPLIANCE WITH THE Board of County Com.rTlssors. Notice of Administration has.been Harry B. Mahon BRADFORD COUNTY ,
ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 4 Starling Road to its intersectionwith County Commissioner District PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 350 East Adams Street FLORIDA
LEGION HALL'Commencing: the Bradford-Clay county No. 4. Hampton, is further 124, FLORIDA STATUTES, _,dFURJHER{ ( CERTIFY. that Ex y mailed are required, Jacksonville. Florida 32202 CIVIL ACTION
at the Intersection line to the southernmost right- sub-divided Into three' ((3)) County Commissioner DistrictNo. hlt) and,f I/as referred in .WfROM THIN THE THREEMONTHS DATE OFt THE-.J(;,Telephone 90f3&4-4300 t.-anl' "'CASENO-7M06 44 S*
of State Road 16 and State of-way of State Road 18, the Election Precincts as follows: 5 Brooker, is further sub- have been made FIRST PUBLICATION OF THiSNOTICE f"' '. NOTICE OF SUIT .
Road 229A, thence run said point of beginning. Election Precinct No. 10 divided into three ((3)) Election a part of the official records of to file objections 3/17 2tchg 3/24 IN RE: The Marriage of RAYMOND .
southeasterly along State Road IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE THERESSA; Election PrecinctNo. Precincts as follows: the Board of County Commissioners hive any that challenge WADE HORN, Hus-

16 to Farmers Market Road, PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 11 HAMPTON; Election Election Precinct No. 13 the validity of the decedent's IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR band,
thence run easterly along 124, FLORIDA STATUTES, ROWELL; Election Precinct No. BRADFORD COUNTY and
will, the qualifications of the ,
Farmers Market Road to State County Commissioner District CITY ... the said precincts being 14 SAMPSON; Election OFFICIAL SEAL, at Starke, the FLORIDA CHARYL LYNN HORN Wife.

Road 200 (Temple Avenue), No. 3 Blanding, is further wholly confined within the Precinct No. 15 BROOKER; Bradford County, Florida, this venue personal or representative jurisdiction of or the PROBATE DIVISIONFile TO: RAYMOND WADE HORN,
thence run southerly along State sub-divided into three ((3)) boundaries of County Commissioner ... the said precincts being 7th day of March, 1977.Gilbert court Number 77-97-Cp ADDRESS UNKNOWN
Avenue) to Election District No. 4, and the wholly confined within the S. Brown, Clerk of the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Road 200 (Temple Precincts as follows: ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, Division File No. ((1-2610))
State Road 16 (Brownlee Election Precinct No 7 boundaries for each are herewith boundaries of County Com Circuit Court, and ex-officio AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO IN RE: ESTATE OF THELMA B. an action for DIssoutio of
Street), thence run northwesterly RENO; Section Precinct No. 8 separately described. missioner District No. 5, and the Secretary, Board of County FILED WILL BE FOREVER DYAL, Deceased. Marriage has been fe against,
along State Road 16 to the SEABOARD; Election ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 10 boundaries 1 or each are herewith Commissioners, Bradford BARRED. NOTICE OF you and you are required to

North line of the SW quarter of Precinct No 9 KEYSTONE.. THERESSA: separately described: County, State of Florida. Date of the first publication of ADMINISTRATIONTO serve a copy of your written defenses
SW quarter Section 21, Township the said precincts being wholly Commencing: at the intersection ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 13 3/17 4tchg 4/7 this Notice of Administration: ALL PERSONS HAVING if any, to it on RICHARDE.
6 South, Range 22 East, confined within the boundariesof of State Road 100 and ROWELL; March 17, 1977. CLAIMS OR DEMANDSAGAINSTJHEABOVE WELTY Attorney for Petitioner
thence run West along the North County Commissioner District the county graded road knownas Commencing at the point of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Henry George White, Personal ESTATE ,whose address is 114 N.
line of said quarter section, and No 3, and the boundaries for the Meng's Dairy Road, intersection of the Seaboard BRADFORD COUNTY, Representative A the AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Walnut Street, P.O. Box 995,

extension thereof, to State Road each are herewith separately thence run southeasterly along Coastline Railroad and the West Estate of GERALD O. WHITE, INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Starke, Florida, 32091, and file,
229 (Brownlee Road), thencerun described: State Road 100 to its inter line of Range 21 East, thence run CIVIL ACTION Deceased YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat the original with the Clerk of theabovestyled
northwesterly along State ELECTION PRECINCT NO 7 section with State Road 18, northeasterly along the Sea- CASE NO.77-95 ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL the administration of the Court. on or before
Road 229 to its intersection with RENO: thence run easterly and board Coastline Railroad to its IN RE: The Marriage of JAMES REPRESENTATIVE: estate of Thelma B. Oval, deceased April 18, 1977, otherwise a

State Road 229A, thence run Commencing at the point of southerly, following the intersection with Epperson HENRY DEAN, Husbn Myron C. Prevatt, Jr. File Number 77-97-CP Judgment may be entered
north and easterly along State intersection of the county southernmost right-of-way of Road, thence run North along P.O. Drawer 798 (11-2610) is pending in the Cir against you for the rele de-
Road 229A to its intersection graded road known as the Mark State Road 18, to its intersectionwith Epperson Road to its inter LULA MAE DEAN, Wife. Keystone Heights, Florida 32666 for Bradford County. mend in the .

with State Road 16, the said Lee Starling Road and the the Bradford-day county section with Francis Street, NOTICE OF SUIT Telephone ((904)) 473-4944 Florida, Probate Division, the my hand and sa
point of beginning. Seaboard Coastline Railroad, line, thence run South along the thence run westerly along TO: LULA MAE DEAN address of which is Bradford of said Court on the 16th

ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 5 thence run southerly along Bradford-day county line to the Francis Street to its intersectionwith 1372 WASHINGTON AVENUE 3/l72tchg 3/24 Count Courthouse, Starke, March, 1977.
PLEASANT GROVECommencing : the Seaboard Coastline Railroadto Putnam county line, thence run Pratt Street, thence run APARTMENT 16A The personal representatives FIRST PUBLICATION:
at the intersec- its intersection with State West along the Putnam county northerly and east along Pratt BRONX, NEW YORK 11213 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the estate are MARCH 17, 1977

tion of State Road 225 and State Road 16 (Brownlee Street), line to the BradfordAIachuacounty Street to its intersection with YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI OF Boy Eugene, Dyal and Alm GILBERT S. BROWN, AS
Road 100, thence run southeas- thence run easterly along State line, thence run northerlyand Orange Street, thence run an action for dissolution of FLORIDA IN Sparks, whose address is CLERK OF SAID COURTBy
terly along State Road 100 to its Road 16 Brownies( Street) to its westerly along the Bradford- South on Orange Street to its intersection marriage has been filed against BRADFORD CON unlisted. The name and address
intersection with Pratt Street, intersection with the Bradford AIachua county line to its intersection with Call Street, you and you are required to of the personal representative's : Marian Me Rao, Deputy

thence run North and East on day county line, thence run with the West line of thence run easterly on Call serve a copy of your written defenses CASE No.77-S9 attorney are s forth below.All Clerk
Fran Street to its Intersection North along the Bradford-day Section 22, Township 8 South, Street to its intersection with if any, to it on RICHARDE. 7.MORTGGE persons having claim o
with Orange Street, thence run county line to its intersectionwith Range 22 East, thence run North Walnut Street, thence run WELTY, Attorney for demands against the estate are NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
South along Orange Street to its the Mark Lee Starling along said section line, and ex- southerly on Walnut Street to its Petitioner, whose address is 114 FARMERS AND DEALERS required, WITHIN THREE SALE
intersection with Call Street, Road, thence run westerly along tension thereof, to State Road intersection with State Road 200 N Walnut Street, P.O. Box 995, BANK, A banking corporation, MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
thence run easterly along Call the Mark Lee Starling Road to its 18, thence run westerly along (US 301)), thence run southerlyon Starke, Florida, 32091, and file THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Notice is hereby given that I,
Street to Bessant Road, thencerun intersection with the Seaboard State Road 18 to its intersectionwith State Road 200 (US 301)) to the original with the Clerk of the Paintifvs- THIS NOTICE, to file with the Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of a

East along Bessant Road to Coastline Railroad, the said the county graded road its intersection with State Road above-styled Cour on or before DONEL STOKES, single clerk of the above court a Bradford County, Flrid under e
the East boundary of the City of point of beginning. beginning in Section 28, Town- 227, thence run southwesterly April 18, otherwise a Defendant. written statement of any claim and by virtue of 4'I
Starke, thence run North along ELECTION PRECINCT NO 8 ship (,South, Range 22 East, along State Road 227 to its Judgment may be entered NOTICE OF SUIT or demand they may have. Each Execution, towitExecution :
the East boundary of the City of SEABOARD: thence run northerly along said intersection with State Road 18, against you for the relief PROPERTYTO claim must be in writing and issued out of
Starke to its intersection with Commencing at the intersection graded road to its intersectionwith continuing on State Road 18 to demanded in the Petition. : DONEL STOKES, address must indicate the basis fo the County Court of Duval County,
Alligator Canal, thence follow of State Road 16 I Brownlee the Meng's Dairy Road, its intersection with the West WITNESS my hand and the unknO claim, the name and address of Florida pursuant to a Final
the westerly course of Alligator Street) and the Seaboard Coastline thence run East along theMeng's line of Range 21 East, thence run Seal of said Court on the 10 day YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat the creditor or his agent o Judgement for Russell A. Blumeof

Canal to the northeast corner of Railroad, thence run easterly Dairy Road to its Inter- North along the West line of of March, 197. an action to foreclose the attorney, and the amount Jacksonville, Florida, and
Lot Nine ((9)) Blanding Sub- along State Road 18 to the section with State Road 100, the Range 21 East to its intersectionwith GILBERT BROWN AS following pror in Bradford claim. If the claim is not yet against Fredrick C. Flakes, defendant
Division, thence run westerly Bradford-Clay county line, said point of beginning. the Seaboard Coastline CLERK OF SAID COURT County, : du date when it become in the amount of
along the north line of Lot Nine thence run South along the ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 11 Railroad, the said point of By:: Boulah M. Moody, Deputy Lots Three ((3)) and Four ((4)), due shall be wll. I the $446.50 tothe with costs ofcollection.

((91) Blanding Sub-Division to the Bradford-day county line to its HAMPTON: beginning. Dark BLock Eight (181 CORLLOTTA, claim is contint or un- .
intersection of Jackson and St. intersection with State Road Commencing at the point of ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 14 FIRST PUBLICATION, March UNIT ONE, according to plat recd liquidated, nature of the un- Have seized and have in my

Clair Streets, continuing wes 230, thence run westerly along intersection of the West line of SAMPSON: 17, 197 in Pat Book 3, Page 14 certainly shall be state. If the possession the following described
terly along Jackson Street to the State Road 230 to the easterly Section 22, Township 8 South, Commencing at the point of pbic record of Bradford claim is secured, security personal property to-wit.:
Seaboard Coastline Railroad, boundary of the City of Starke, Range 22 East, and the Brad- intersection of the Seaboard 3/17 4tchg 4/7 Flid. shall be described. The claimant 1964 Ford Falcon Van I I.D.
thence run northly along the thence run North along the ford-AIachua county line, Coastline Railroad and the West ji -has against yo shall deliver sufficient copies of No. E11Th454411
Seaboard Coastline Railroad to easterly boundary of the City of thence run North along said sec- line of Range 21 East, thence run 'NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DONEL STOKES and you are the claim to the clerk to enable As the property of t a
its intersection: with Adkins Starke to its intersection with tion line, and extension thereof northeasterly along the Seaboard REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME required to serve a copy of your the clerk to mail one copy to named defendant t
Street, thence run westerly Alligator Canal, thence follow to State Road 18, thence run Coastline Railroad to its Pursuant to Section 866.09 written defee if any to it, on each personal representative. Monday, the 28th day of Mc
the westerly course of Alligator westerly along State Road 18 to intersection with Epperson the plaintiff's attorney, All the at twelve o'clock
along Ad kins Street to its inter fri Statutes, notice is here w pr intereste I 19
its Intersection
with the
section with State Road 200 Canal to the southeast corner of county Road, thence run North on the undersigned, name and are is George estate copy this day on the pe of the
(Temple Avenue), thence run Lot Eight ((8)) Blanding Sub- graded 28 road beginning in Epperson Road to its intersection b gv tht Augustine Mixon, Pierce, Attorney at Law, Nice of Administration has Bradford Cou Jai, I will offer
thence Section Township 7 South, with Francis Street P.O. Draws' 1030, Starke, mailed for sale the
northerly along State Road 200 Division, run 888 West Madison Street, are required, ad sll t hi
(Temple Avenue) to its intersection along the South line of Lot Eight Range 22 East, thence run thence run westerly along Starke Florida, 32091, doing fri, 32091, and file the WITHIN THREE MONTHS bidder for cash in h
with State Road 18 ((8)) Blanding Sub-Division to the northerly along said graded road Francis Street to its Intersectionwith business under the firm name of with the clerk of the FROM THE DATE OF THE above described property said

(Brownlee Street), thence run intersection of Jackson and St. to its intersection with MangeDairy Pratt Street, thence run "MIXON APPLIANCE above-tyled court on o bore FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS dean satisfy the afore

northwesterly along State Road Clair Streets, continuing Road, thence run westerly west and south on Pratt Streetto REPAIR," 888 West Madison April 18, 1977: NOTICE to fl an objections Exec\ion.
16 to the North line of the SW westerly on Jackson Street to along Marge Dairy Road to its State Road 100 (Madison judgement may b entered challengesthe Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff
quarter of SW quarter Section the Seaboard Coastline Rail intersection with State Road Street), thence run northwesterly Street, Starke, Bradford against yo for relief demanded validity of the de', Bradford Cou,Ro :i

21, Township 6 South, Range 22 road, thence run northerly along 221, thence run northwesterlyalong along State Road 100 to its County, Florida, 32091. intend in the comint or will, the 3/3 4tchg .
East, thence run West along the the Seaboard Coastline Railroadto State Road 221 to its In- intersection with the West line to register said ficitious name petition.WITNESS. personal representative, or the
North Ine of said quarter section its intersection with Adkins tersection with State Road 200 of Range 21 East, thence run under the provisions of aforesaid my hand and t venue or jurisdiction of the -
(US 301)), thence run northerly South the West line of statute. Court March '
and extension thereof, to Street, thence run westerly along seal of said on court. (
,I Stats Road 229 (Brownlee along Adkins Street to its Inter. along State Road 200 (US 3011) .Range 21 East to its Intersectionwith Thoms and Augustine 1977. ALL CLAIMS DEMND : 8
Road), thence run northwesterlyalong section with State Road 200 to its intersection with Stata the Seaboard Coastline Mxon, toint owners. Gilbert S. Brows A Clerk of AND OBJECTIONS '
State Road 229 (Brownlee (Temple Avenue), thence run Road 227. thence run westerlyand Railroad, the said point of Dated this 17th day of March, said Court FILED WILL BE FOREVER
Road) to Its intersection with northerly along State Road 200 southerly along State Road beginning. 'A.D. 1977 at Starke, Rorida. BARRED

State Road 225 (Baler Hgrvwry (Temple Avenue) to its intersection 227 to State Road 18, continuing ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 15 3/17 4tchg 4IN / Date of the first publication of a. M .1
State Road 18 its 3/17 4tpd .
westerly on to
with State Road 16 BROOKER: / .
), thence run southerly the of Administration:
along State Road 226 (Bayou (Brownies Street), thence runeasterly Intersection with State Road Commencing at the point of THE CIRCUIT COURT Noti, a
State 225, st Graham, thence run NOTICE OF INTENTION TO EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 19. >
Hghway" ) to Its Intersection with along said Road convergence of the Bradford- / BOBBY DYAL As o ft k1ATOR Ittroar
State Road 100 said point of IS(Brownlee Street) to the Seaboard South on State Road 225 to its Union county line (New River) REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME AND FOR BRADFORD Representative the *T All. _..MOWM6.-me
intersection with the BradfordAIachua NOTICE IS COUNTY, FLORIDA o OUT peon Pel .UWM IT
Coastline Railroad, the. and the Bradford-AIachua HEREBY GIVEN Estate of Thelma B. I.S''U WU keAl lxxlR
ACT PRECINCT NO. 8 IBid point of beginning county line (Santa Fe county line (Santa Fe River), That the unin under the PROBATE DIVISION ceased. D FAWN "eO0D,5Ar. DISeA1xiAWAY
ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 9 River), thence run southerly and thence run northeasterly along FILE NO. riBBA* tMi
Commencjng; : at the point of KEYSTONE: easterly. along the Bradford- the Bradford.Union county line Florida. wl register NOLAN IN RE: ESTATE, De.OF WALTER H. Personal Representative o the, MIHtM 1. .c USING MOMTtK, C

V t '1 ,


-- -- '. -- .

.,..-- .. .. .. .-, . "
_- "", .n
.- -. -.
-- -- -


I TELEGRAPH March 24, 1971


Elizabeth Terry

i Jerry D. Beaver 69 Mr. Edwards was born In phone 782-3300:

Bradford County, where' he Congratulations to CIIURCII ACTIVITIES pray that t he will be able to return Pi evatt. Sunday dinner guestsof
Jerry D. Beaver, 69, of 313 was employed with Union Lawtey 4-11 Winners Church of God: Sunday home soon. (he Prevails were their
North Broadway Street, Correctional Institution for 22 school 10 am. ; worship Mrs. Blanche Phillips of grandson and family, Mr. and
Starke died at his His rank was captain arrived Mrs. Tommy Harper, their
residence years. Sincere congratulations on a services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Wayncsville, N.C. at
ST. EDWARD'S PINE GROVEMETIIODISTCIIURCII here Sunday evening, March when he retired 3 years ago. A job well done by our Lawtey 4- prayer meeting Wednesday her home here Thursday to daughter, Mrs. L.II. Harper

CATHOLIC CIIURCIIRev. 20.Born veteran of World War II, Edwards 11 Club county winners at the 7:30: p.m.; YPE Friday 7:30: visit.Mr. visited them Sunday after-
Rev Ben. Coleman March 15, 1908 In Scot- was a member of the county demonstrations Satur pm. and Mrs. Carl Norman noon,

Patrick Foley, pastor. land, Beaver lived in Starkefor V.F.W. Post 10208 in Salt day. March 12, at the Agricul- Evergreen Baptist: Sunday and sons, and Mrs. Darlene !Mrs Geneva Redding of

Masses: Monday 6:30: p.m., Sunday School 9:45: a.m., over 35 years. He was a retired Springs and a member of the tural Building. Lawtey ribbon school 10 a.m.: worship ser- Norman and sons, Wl'reeek- Wildwood visited Mrs, Flossie
typographer with the New River Baptist Church. winners were end guests of their sister, Mrs. Hosier on Thursday morning..
Tuesday 8:30: a.m., Wednes- Morning Worship 11 a.m. vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; TU 6
day 6:30: p.m., Thursday 8:30: Evening Services 7:30: p.m. Bradford County Telegraphand Survisors include his widow, Blue Ribbons: Patrick p.m.; prayer meeting Wed Esther Peterson and family,
a member of the Presbyterian Mrs. Donnie Mae Thomas of Buckholtz Jenecia and their cousins, Mr. and Mrs, Louise Messerand son,
; .
a.m., Saturday 7 p.m., Sunday Prayer Meeting, Thursday, Bright; nesday 7pm.Faith .
11 a.m. 7:30: p.m. Church. Salt Springs; one daughter, Camellia Livingston, Baptist: Radio Mrs. Roy Smith and family of und Mrs] Annie Bell of Orange
Graveside funeral services Mrs. Linda Sua Davis, attended the Park attended services at
Confessions: Saturday 6:30: Iced Ribbons: Debra Orle- program on WPXE 8 a.m. on Seville. They
p.m. or on request. FIRST UNITEDMETHODIST were held Tuesday afternoon, Tallahassee;, three sisters, man, Mitch Williams, Sunday; Bible school 10 a.m.; rodeo while there. Evergreen: Baptist church last
Stations of the Cross, Friday : CHURCH March 22, in Crosby Lake Mrs. Eva Harrell and Mrs. Khandice Stroud, SuzanneBall worship services 11 a.m. and 7 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones Sunday and were dinner
8pm. SUNDAY : 9:45: Church Cemetery with James C. Elma Hamilton, Brooker, and Brandi! Herndon, Betty p.m.; prayer meeting Wed- and family of Jacksonville, guests of her son-in-law and
Religious Education School; 11 a.m. Morning Love, minister, officiating, Mrs. Ruby Croft, St Peters- Hudd, Josie Capehart, Tasha nesday 7:30: p.m. spent the weekend with I heir daughter Pastor und !Mrs.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral burg; two brothers, Charlie Mr. and !Mrs Leon Leonard Mellon und! family.
Classes: Grades 1 through 6, Worship with nursery pro- Livingston, Camellia Living- Grace United Methodist: parents,
Sunday 9:30: a.m.; Grades 7 vided; Home was in charge of Edwards, Bradenton and See- ton. Sunday school 9:45: a.m.; wor Wilkerson and family. Their Robert Lee went to Enigma: ,
through 12, Wednesday 7 arrangements.James ber Edwards, Tampa. White Ribbons: Sharry ship services 11 a.m. and 7 son and daughter-in-law.! (Ja., on Sunday ulternoon to
p.m.; Adults, Sunday 7:30p CALVARY\ Funeral services were held Herndon; Mike Williams. p.m. and Mrs. David Wilkerson ami visit with relatives overnight.
m. CIIURCII E. Edward, 67 Thursday, March 17, at the Much work, time and fun Rev M.E. Myer of Melrose, family of Jacksonville, movedto :Mr und Mrs.\ Dempsey
ST. MARK'S Jim Black, Pastor New River Baptist Church were spent on these projects. retired minister, of the Kingsley Luke on Saturday Walker und sons of Marietta
EPISCOPAL CHURCH James "Captain" Ercell with the Rev. L.L. Parker and Thanks to you all for the fine Florida United Methodist Wayne Cnbbs was a Sunday were Sunday dinner guests of '

Weekly Schedule SUNDAY: Sunday School, Edwards, 67, of Salt Springs, the Rev James Countryman work and we are proud of you. Conference, has been dinner guest of Hank und their pm'enlsIr.! and :Mrs.

Sunday March 27 Holy 9: 45 a.m.; Morning Worship, died Tuesday afternoon, officiating. Burial was in the Special thanks to the parents appointed by Bishop Mc- Mark Hodges I.esler Walker and family.On .

Eucharist 8:30: a m.. Church 11 a.m. ; Evening! Worship, 7 March 15 in Alachua General church cemetery. Archer for getting your children to the David, as minister of the !Mr und Mrs Hubbard liar- Tllt'sdavIrs.! Kathy
School 9:45: a.m., Morning p.m. Hospital after an apparent Funeral Home of Lake Butler meetings. We need all church until the first of June ley spent the weekend with !\It'lton'isltt,1i her daughter
Prayer 11 a.m.Tut'sday heart attack. was in charge of arrange parents' help to have a good 4- After services on Sunday their son-in-law and daughter! :Mrs Robin Stafford in Jacksonville -

March 29 ments. II Club. Thanks also to Bud morning, the church served a Mr.and Mrs Richard Chl'5ser and was her dinner
Women of the Church meeting Bollanger for working as Mr delicious luncheon with a very and family of Sanford. guest
10 a.m., Acolytes training 4pm Highway Ul1l1tonPastor 100;V South Gary R. Dement OrdainedThe Parrish's runner. good attendance. Pastor Myeris Mrs. Robert Lee visited her altmug: Mrs \Donald Wilki-!

Jerry the Rev. Bement looking forward to a happy brother, David Peterson in >son and son of Jacksonville
service of ordination to presented LVFO Meetings experience with the church. Baptist t I Hospital! Jacksonvilleon visited their parents :Mr. and
Wednesday 30 with Bible as a symbol of his
904-5658 of a
Covered-dish supper 6:SO the Gospel of Ministry GaryR. divine task. United Methodist Women Saturday ;Mis (Donald Wilkison Sr., onSunday I
Bement was held Sunday The regular monthly met at the home of Mrs. Wilma /- Mrs. Pauline O'Toole ,and alteinoonMis .
p.m. evening prayer : The Rev. Bement is the son
SUNDAY: Bible School, 10 at First Baptist I
evening business mother, Mrs. OJ Anders ; Jackie Lines und
., Lenten program the of Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Bement, meeting for theLVF'D Wainwright with Mrs .
a.m.; Morning Worship 11 Church, Starke. will be were Wednesday overnight daughter of Sumter. S.C., Bill
Kev llarald K. Haugan, Jr. who reside at 1221 Brad- men Tuesday, Truby Hamilton as cohostesswith
speaker, 7:30: p.m., Junior a.m.; Children's Choir Prac- The service included a ford Street in Starke. March 29 at 7JO:: p.m., at the 16 present Mrs. Frances guests of her sun unddaughterin and Hay Wilson: und Raymond ,
tice, 5:45: Training the church" by the
p.m. ;
choir practice 7:30: p.m. "charge Bement has firehouse. Hamilton was in charge, with -law. Mr und! Mrs !\k\luster of Gainesville -
Union, 6:30: p.m.; Evening Rev.W.M. Dunagan, a former The Rev. Because of the conflict with Mrs. Frank Coss giving the James Anders and family of Miss! Billie Doreen of
AIR PARK BAPTIST Worship, 7:30: p.m. pastor of the Rev. Bement and recently been called Nebo as pastorof the School Advisory meeting devotional. Mrs. Truby Wain- Pa la tka. !Mrs, O'Toole left by Mashville: Twin, spent the
the Mount Baptist
CHURCH WEDNESDSunday: "the charge to the candidate"by for weekend with Colonel und
also on Tuesday, the Indies wright gave the plane Thursday afternoon /
of Roseland program
Rev. O.D. Brooks School Workers Meeting, 7 the Ref. John Davis, Church Auxiliary will meet Thursday. After the program the I Houston,Texas w here she will :Mis William Wilson Other
Orange Street a m; Bible Study and Prayer, director of missions for New Louisiana.New Me Orleans is presently March :il I, at 7-.10.:: () at Linda meeting adjourned and the stop over for a short visit with UiH'sts Inc Sunday overnight
7:30: p.m. ; Adult Choir River Baptist Association.The attending : und Mis James
her and 111'1'1.hljor'
in home. Ladies are hostesses served a delicious son daughter, John
Sunday School 10 a.m., Wor Practice, 8:15: p.m. Rev. Ben Bryant, pastorof tist Theological seminary asked to make a spt'Cialeffort luncheon. and Miss Sherri Redgrave, Doiigheity and sons ol Val-

ship Service 11 a.m., Evening, the...First-- Baptist- Church New Orleans, Louisiana. to attend so they can ('Iectofficl'l'S Highland Baptist: Sunday after which she will return to dosla, Ga.! and :Mrs GeorgeItieslm ; !
Worship 7pmWednesday "A Church Where r ,"" e 'rPg'i r -.--- which her home Los of Jat'k"om'IIIl'Ir's.: .
( should
.._ r.- have school 10 a.m.; worship ser in Angeles.
Prayer Servie Everybody is Somebody"FIRST i tare Ix'en done in January) vices 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; California Itteslm. .'01 rs. Jackie Lines
7pm 4GAYr t usn 4 p, prayer meeting Wednesday Ilrs.Iae: Wells and :Mrs anil, Hill Wilson \H'nllo Ponte

IJITlST'IILRCIIEldt'rT.l' PRESBYTERIAN i tMR t 1 ja1g 'gM School 7:30: p.m.I.aura llermie Kelly attended l theBradfordUnion \'l'd'u,1! :; \\Grass;, to attend the
SIR: \ AdvisoryMeetIng
golf: tournament Sunday alter-
\\lIIlaml Clll'IUIIDr. .t Baptist: Sunday Retired
Jack (Hand ministerSunday : \ 1 Tuesday school 10 a.m.;; worship ser Teachers meeting at school l in mil

"On he Hearth for a Sunday school, 9:30a.m. : .stt N, alla / *,a.d4 The public meeting for Law vices llam, and 7:30: p.m.; administration building in :Mrs Lucille T Key
friendly church?" .; morning worship, 11 parents and prayer meeting Wednesday at Slai'ke on Thursday morning tended' the I IIdmptun'Sl'lIIo'r
a m -v1 children be 7:30: p.m. Mrs. )Darlene Norman mid (iti/ens meeting on Friday
will held Tues-
Thursday, choir practice, : Northside Baptist: Sunday sons and Mr und! Mrs. Carl night( al Hampton, 'lhesrived >'
\\elconie to Smyrna day, March 29 at 7 p.m. in the
7an;: pm. TJ school school 10 a.m.; worship ser Norman and sons returned u |lot t luck supperMr
imdnSchool, 10 am. library.to be discussed vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; home Sunday mm'nirl'Om,,/! ; ami :ales J F He bt'rl-
Worship Service, 11 am., UNITED PENTECOSTAL .s Topics are prayer meeting Wednesday 7 Seville and were clinner guests son attended( lommiiiiKiii ser-
cards, grading, and
B.T.S., 5:45: p.m., Evening CHURCH report p.m. of Mr. and :Mrs Lt'onanl11':': x ices Sund.iv morning at

Worship, 7 p.m. 204 Water StreetWEDNESDAY All and retentionpolicies. of the St. John's :Missionary man.Their grandson, ;Michael Kmniaus: I'limilivc Baptist
All visitors are warmly citizens Baptist: Sunday school 10 Prescott son of :Mr and :Mrs (lunch ol Jacksonville. 'they
welcomed We preach the : Bible community are invited to a.m., worship services II Vaughn Prescott! of Kingsley taut a large crowd and a gtxxl\ <1
attend the and talk
death, burial, and study 7:30: p.m. with other and a.m. and 3 p.m. on second and l jike was also a dinner guest( meal alterwaulsMr
resurrection of the Lord Jesus FRIDAY: Young people's r parents fourth Sundays; prayer band The !Meltons! had a (going : and :Mrs (;I'nelosll'v!
citizens the .
Christ. Come join us on theLord's service, 7:30: p.m. L I- regarding of the school Mondays at I noon. away party for their/ gram). and lannlv' ol :Midillebuig.( ,
Day.MADISON. SUNDAY: Sunday school, x operation Smyrna Missionary mother :Mrs Rosa I'aisons, II l'n' Simda\, dinner guests

10 a.m.; worship services, 11 w system.A spelling bee was held on Baptist: Sunday school 10 at the home of H K :Mellon ol Mr, and Mrs: Tim \\ilkeison

ST. BAPTIST n.m. and 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, March 22. The a.m. ; worship services 11 Hampton All of her grandchildren mil '!lamely/ '

Rev. (harles Swartz winner and runner-up will a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 545pm : from this area were
participate in the county-wide .; prayer meeting Wednesday present Their grandmother'shome
Thursday : Visitation. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH spelling bee to be held March 7 p.m. is in Cincinnati Ohio C,\Hn| | <>F1ll\NhS:
Saturday: Senior Citizens Rev Ben Bryant :Mrs 0) J, Anders spoilt I the The family of Louis Crews

Spring Banquet, 12 noon. r 31.Little League and Small Fry weekend with her son in-Im\ would like to acknowledge the
Sl'NU.Sunday school, PKUSONALS., and daughter :Mr mId !Mrs and _
? sympathy
Sunday: Sunday School, baseball practice has started '" concern shown
9:43: a m.. morning worship, \ Jenkins und +
*):43 a m.. Morning Worship, under the direction of Coach S- Johnny son of by others in the recent loss of
II a.m. church training, 6:15: andl\1rs HilhaidMr -"
Mr Hubert Pries t (heir loved
llam.; Church Training 6:15: Paterson. Games will begin one.
p.m.; evening worship, 7:30: attended services at Fort I : and :Mrs Keel Story und Each: and
pm.; Evening Worship 7'30: soon every one is
p. White Methodist family, !Mr and :Mrs I Leslie
p.m, Nursery provided for m.MOMMY Church al deeply appreciated and will be
: : girl's ensemble, /iJomi und :airs Fon/ol'iexcilt
Fort White
on Sunday and remembered the
all services, fi.40: p m; youth choir 7pm.TL'ESDY Julie Harris, portraying Betsie ten Boom In "The Hiding) SCIIOOLmNU: heard their nephew Pastor of Mai'ke spent Sunday morning remember in future aswe
Tuesday: Bible Study 10 choir Place," and Paulllpnll'Y, cast as her brother I Peter, are MONDAY: chicken salad on lettuce our father with
a m : junior young Irtncn tries twetf peat, rolls, butter Joe Allendar preach They with :Mr and :Mrs (arl lov e
:3:30): p m assoc SS outreach shown in a scene from the film as they are being/ transported to banana pudding, mlik were greeted by friends
Wednesday: Youth Choir lime, at church, 7:30: p.m. jail following their arrest for aiding Jews to escape capture' by TUESDAY, dried beam with. ham and relatives. many
Week Practice, 7:30: p.m.Iid; WEDNESDAY: : family Nazi forces in Holland during World War II cosomng.' rice candied' yam corn. Guests of Mrs Pauline ****** Extra Clean Cars ******
Prayer Service, 70::! bread butter peache milk
Adult night supper. 6:1S: p.m.; Sunday WEDNESDAY: Chicken with O'Toole and her mother !Mrs,
p.m.; Choir Practice, school worker's meeting!/:, nood''... green lima beam, cranberry O.J. Anders! i
on Monday AUTO
9:30:: p.m. Friends H.A.'s, G and.A.'s. Acleens, World "The'liti"gItC! (' Coming; sauce tauce., mn.THURSDAY biscuits' peanut butter apple her sisters, Mrs Marian were Hall aJEJaJOO !?' $

Mission Friends, of Jacksonville Beach, and
: links rice
0:45 p.m.; f Hour of Power 7:30: Coming to Starke April 7-10 The film, written for the and tomato gravy sausage green beans rolls Mrs Cora Hodges of i SALES
GRAHAM: BAPTIST p m.; adult choir, 8:15: p.m. at the Florida Theatre is "The screen based on :Miss ten buffer pears milk Macclenny./ Their guests on ituub(! _t L lib-nil l t
Tlll'nsn.visitation, 7 lIidinf'lal'e" from the studioof Boom's autobiographical bestseller FRIDAY! pig in a blanket cola
Rev. James Tuesday were: Miss Janie
slew trench fries yellow cake with "
p m, World Wide Pictures an of the same title peaches milk. Uasdin Mrs Ruth Carlton ,1916 COUPE DE VILLE 1976 CHEV. I;
SUND.Y: Sunday School, STl'nn.bus ministry adjunct of the Billy Graham relating her experiences as an Mrs. lIa I Murry, Miss Burl
10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 visitation, 8:30: a.m.New Evangelistic Association underground woiker and her Bozeman of Jacksonville, and .Y: Silver Loaded MONTE CARLO
Union 6 Filmed al a cost of approxi- arrest and imprisonment and Mrs Anders' sister-in-law D.
a.m., Training p.m.; Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR
Evening Worship, 7 p.m. mately $1.7 million the cast is how an almost incredible faithin Mrs. Nellie Parrish of Max- 14,000 Miles Black -
WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week Hope Choir headed by Julie Harris, Eileen God directed her every ville.
Service, 7:30 Sets CelebrationThe Ileckart and Arthur O'Connell action. will be at the Florida We are happy to that
Prayer p.m. 864 SUite C N. 301 report =
and w ith newcomer Jeannette Theatre April 7.10ith ad- Fred Moore's surgery Wednesday $8495 $4995
Adult Choir of the New ('lift in a key role. vance discount tickets available 9 6 Daily in St Vincent's Hospital .
FIRSTCIIR1STIANCHURCH Hope Baptist Church will at $1.50 each at (the State 964-8018 for a brain tumor was '
celebrate its second anniversary "The Hiding Place" is Farm Insurance Office. successful. Let's =z 1975 BLAZER 7:
continue to
Jim Love, Minister GRAND PRIX
this Sunday, March bused on the Come ten Boom
Sunday: Sunday school. 9:45: 27. in two programs at II a.m. liosl-seller of the same title o A, TSf'CI ,.. ..nX4895

a.m.; morning service, 10:45 and! 3pm.The and! relates her World War II '
a.m.; youth group, 6 p.m.; public is invited to experiences as a Dutch

evening worship,7 p.m.; choir attend, according to Rev Christian leading an underground Guaranty ;4"895
practice, 8 p.m.Wednesday L.W Mosely. pastor force intent upon.saving
night: Bible
Jews from capture by n
study, 8 p.m. the invading Nail:.; forces in Federal _.

FIRST ASSEMBLY Holy: 'VcckSCI"vices I Holland Extends a 1974 MAZDA WG 1975 RANGER F.150

GOD Corrie is portrayed by Miss U Long Wheel Base
"the happy church" ('lift and Corne's sister. Rx3 Silver With Air
Hwy. 16 at Weldon St. Set Iletsie. is played by Ms: Loaded Red
Starke Ihll'ris. Betsie is the ONE HUNDRED MILLIONJ1atJ'.r

SUNDAY SERVICES: The Bradford Ministerial physically weaker of the two $1995 $3850 :
Sunday School 10 a.m. sisters' but the stronger one
Morning Worship I II I Week Alliance services has for planned the week Holy of spiritually. :Ms Ileckart l fJ' S' 11JatJ'iii'fJjJ

a.m.Eve. April 4-8 at noon daily This portrays a prison trustee 1974 OLDS 1972 FORD :t
Worship -
7pm serving!: as a nurse in theit'rl1lan 'fj.tt 1 e1'J4t1I J'fiJ An1'etJ
sear First Baptist Church will .
WEDNESDAY: Ix ( death camp. Delta 88 Royal SHORT BED :t
? the host church.
Youth meeting, 7 p.m. Kavnesbruck. who be I lends
Each: day a luncheon will be Jn J'Ji J.t1IJ SJ'JJ *
Bible Study 7 p.m the sisters Arthur ()Conncllis 4 Door Pick Up iC
served from 12-12:10:: and
Pastor Robert Harden

Welcome one and all! brief Lunch message is served will by various follow. lather cast as the ten Boom's S 'TJ. Ji i 1 Sv'JJ t I'1JJat 1 $2895 $1995 :

The story was before I the
churches no charge.in the Donations community are at cameras for more than four '!1JalJ, 'tjJatJL Ji'r L tJ. Jin tJ.'fiJ .
months with the first month'sshooting
1972 CHEV. CON.
:t 1972 PONT.
.\I.LKNH\PKI.: accepted each day which go
( to I Haarlem
1.E.CIIURl'll"The: for benevolent needs in the outside! of Amsterdam s 'rlaala s .rUUiJ Jj IMPALA GRAND PRIX m
that ad.
community are
Friendly Churth"

719 I! Pine.Ci. lle.i-.tie.St.:. .Ma Pastor ikeKev.K ministered The Rev by John the Alliance Flynn The where balance/the ten of the Booms story lived was '.ri.I'J' '.r.rar I'1 '..rllliSJ' :: Red White On White Loaded ;ha;

tilined m England; t thecompany

Brother Walter Thomas president invitation of the for group members issuesan of studio belore working moving in a London to Jn IJi1J'Jj. : t 1JSJ11J t BSJ'1J'fJ.L $2195 $2495U

the ho have their
vice president steward board community Lmglield.( ;50; miles distant w i '
lunch hour from 12-1 to attend J.!J'SJ rJJrti1J'11e1g:1IJ$
sister Sarah :Morris secre The latter location was at >
) Benediction will be at 1972 BUICK !:!
tary. Brother Ira Leggett given Ilobbs Barrack> which dining!t i 1973 PONT LEMANS
vice-president trustee board 12:50: to allow time for rJJl.i1J'.r1Jl J'.r1 $J'1r1J1'S
Woild War II served as a
{ Sister Elizabeth G. Walker workers to return to their job. headquarters for the Koval :

,. financial secretary W'oml'n'srm Corps. This I 'erJatJ.l! .t Y Vii)4t1 'nr1IJ S1L II 2 Door Nice Car
Sunda>- School 9':10: ) a m.. First ItiiptUt( YouthI'o facility was vastlyaltered to
f p :Morning Worship 11 a.m. represent Kavensbruck. a
tJ i Jj 'fJjti I'.r1L Jn $2550 $1995
; Evening Worship. 5 first
feast Annul Praise!' Fe!' I :Nazi-'; death camp where n
a :; Sunday only love 7:30
: : thousands of women were to To All Our Friends Who Helped Us Pass The $100,000,000 Asset Mark
i. p m Friday before first
die before the Hitler holocaustcame
d' unday. Thirty youth choir membersof to an end. 1971 PLY. VALIANT 1970 CHEV a aW

f the First Baptist Church The wardrobe worn by 60) of Kids Join The Johnny Appleseed ....
will be attending Praise'fest Junior Ecology Club. Full Details.
the featured actesses came : 4 Door % TON
.I.IK.lCo: '77 at Stetson University this from hundreds of homes in the at any Guaranty Federal Branch. :

I l\PIIM Saturday. United Spates. When .
Mmda.v fcerviers: Sunday About 5.000( ) youth and their unpacked the garments were Guaranty ESIIr:

School. 10 a.m.. Morning sponsors will be in attendanceat clean and undamaged, many Federal I __,.,_ i $895 $1150
." : Worship and Services for t the this special one-day eventof had been meticulously Savings & Loan Associationof -
Deaf, II a m., Training Union. and In-
singing praise all from Gainesville
wrapped were gifts
h.30: pm.. Evening; Worship spiration. In addition to a pro- admirers of Billy Graham and : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS :tt

7.10:: pm.Heduesday. gram provided by visiting artists his work who wanted to have g'o eQ4'a @
Ser\icen: MidWeek the will partici 395 W. \
groups an active part in the film
Madlson"e 413-4470 & 473-4018 4'
Prajer :
Service and pate in singing. together, production, which is the peakof -
Bible Study, 7:311: p rn. Choir accompanied by the Stetson the evangelist's film \1"t' 'N"g'. *

Practice. 8:15: p m. orchestra and chorus. ministry begun in 1951 r *

l i I e Ii'

1'1 .i

,.". ......... .- ..... ---w._ __ ..on : .- .-. -- -. -. -. .....
: :=- :: ;;: -- -' LPage6B

J ...... V"_'. I I'r
_, r ... I __


I March 24.1977BROOKER TELEGKAP1I Page 7B

.ea..e............................. Raiford News ............................................... by Jeanette Prescott '
phone 4S5-I7I5

by Chris Marsh be in a terrific hurry to get in the air for conversation. the church were in charge ot ,Mrs. America Pageant the IN BRIEF
phone 431-1522 somewhere they should have Naturally, right in the middleof all the activities for this day. other night. It dawned upon .
been yesterday.Teens the chaos the of the These people are the me that women are be-
There will be man young many Brooker Elementary Team and their wives for the senior divison were: Stacy \
and a special time attending the FSP- house came home. No wonderwe future of the church, and con- coming aware of themselvesas magnificent help In setting up Hayes and Debbie Hodges V J
for the
meet this afternoon.Brownies to UCI Employee's Club cookout women have a sad gratulations are given to eachof their own unique person, Winners on the spelling bee the tournament. Representing our club at .1
from They will last Friday night really en- reputation for excessive them for their share of res- not as extensions to others. held Wednesday March 9, at Brooker will be traveling to district events from senior I
meet 4.6 at the home
Mr. and of joyed the food and entertain- chattering. By the time we do ponsibilities.Mrs. There are many people who Brooker Elementary Schoolare Gainesville on April 1 and 2 division will be: Stacy Hayes, 1
Wayne Helms. ment. Keep on the lookout for have a few moments of quiet Eva Skeen of Live Oak rant and rave over the as follows: (Friday and Saturday) to set Johnny HIg s. Everette
The meeting for place is being the notices about future for out own we are bursting had visitors from Raiford last superiority of one or the other Champion: Brian Allen up a tournament. Please planto Hayes, and Mike Starling. I

week changed the time today and only; next goodies. with thoughts pushed aside Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold genders male or female. I Davis,age 11 grade 6, son of attend and back your (cum. Sandy Douglas as our I
place Will Brownie Troop No. 471 put Skeen and drove don't feel
earlier. children over superiority had all Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis. senior division blue ribbon
be Erwin as usual.and its time to good use last week. Miss Cathy Akridge Sunday afternoon to visit. that much to do with being a Runner up: Ricki Lynne Brooke News winner in fashion revue, will
Karen Tucker The girls used celebrated her new of six M.C. Roberts is in the hos- happy productive club at state
age person.
Harris, grade 5 10 represent our
decorations ,
age ,
have a new addition to their chip cans and felt On Saturday, March 12, 24
years with a birthday party pital in Lake Butler. Our However, the words are In- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. level.
Scott David Brooker 4-11 Club members
family. Tucker and
handy containers
Saturday afternoon. and hopes for better triguing "wo-man" be
prayers may
born St. Scott Sackett. traveled to Starke PKKSONALB: ; ;
was on Patrick's for to
Day sewing materials. Seemsto looked parti
health sent
Beverly Skeen and Pat are your way. upon as an addition to Alternate: Bradlee Cox
and weighed six pounds and me the little ones are doing Muse were busy shopping Sat' One person already well on "man." On the other hand cipate in County Events Day.
of Mr. and
grade, age 11, son Mrs. James (Countryman
nine ounces. Congratulationsto their bit for They were accompnaied by
saving our earth'a urday in Gainesville. The two the road to recovery is Mrs. "man" could be looked uponas
Mrs. Cox.
Tommy leaders took Jenny Sue to the doctor in
all three of Jane
you. natural resources by recycling lucky women had a pleasant Marvin (Evelyn) Sellers. being derived from "wo- Mary Green,
They will take part in the (Gainesville. She has been ill
Sarah Stafford and Iris are ? Starling, Betty Rouse
you surprise when they returned Evelyn recently had major man. Now for the last on.the
bee to be held
county spelling andI she will recover
and Susan e hope
Griffis fought the traffic in Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crosby
home to the Skeen's house. In surgery. I saw Evelyn last other hand whether singularor in Starke, Thursday, March
Gainesville last week to get Stafford were in Sanderson to Blue Ribbon winners in the quickly.
week and this weatherhas male
their absence the men and warm plural, or female the 31, to compete with other extends its
some shopping done. After our attend the funeral of Albert'saunt junior division were :Deborah The community
with her word
children had prepared caught up green or mean -
supper winners. We wish them much
the of
to family
relatively quite here the Mamie Davis. Our Green Randy Starling Brad- sympathy
pace con- in flowers all This is
for end the thumb resulting people own
all What a way to my per- success. lee Martin Krci'll: Edwards in the loss of I IIhl'ir
traffic in large towns seems to dolences on your loss. day) over her yard. sonal opinion and as I have Cox Hunter, Eddie '
Some members of our Saturday night supper Our neighbor Jean Wilkerson yet to be hit over the head witha Barnes, Temmy Mann, and loved ones Local '
family came to see us last guests of Albert and Sarah is still in the hospital, reported tree my brains may be I.UCIIIE'IUI!; : ; ; : Michell 1 Stillwell. survivors include two sisters
Eva: !llarrcll and Mrs.Klmt .
"The simpler Wednesday evening. Geneva Red ribbon winners in the
Stafford were Bob Stafford doing well after sur- slightly scrambled as usual.
Noah son Tommy and Dennis MONDAY, Spaghetti. with meatauca. junior division were: Lynn : Hamilton.
and Several
son from Jacksonville.This gery. Jean's bright yellow nice people have
your return, the Ray Sellers were here. As past Sunday was the daffodils are blooming in full told me they enjoy my totttd salad, fruit cocktail.., roll Hill, Lisa Lynn, Cindy Lynn, The Edwards family

less we charge." Geneva said, with all four of culmination of Youth Week at force now. Hopefully Jean will column, thank you. Please remember milk.TUESDAY, Stew with" beef turnip Tiny Hodge Jill Hayes, reunion was held Sunday. I
the boys barking, and the dog the First Baptist Church in be home next week to enjoy that it is your greens, pear half cornbread milk. Rhonda Truett, Abbie Foster, March 13, at Dade City
talking, there was little space Raiford. The young! people of the fruits of her labors. It is so column,with your news. When WEDNESDAY, ,: Cuban IIndwleh.corrol' and Linda Hodge. Memorial Park at Bushnell
rewarding to see beautiful something happy or sad hap- butterscotch slicks tquare.THURSDAY greek. salad bun milk White ribbon winners from with at least 200 participating.Some ,
l+ 22 Days blooms as a result of your own pens please share it with us Corn dogs, cheese junior division were: Jody attending locally t
The Restaurant Equipment Co. time and efforts. because happiness shared is wedge, cole slaw,appleiauce cinnamonroll Drawdy Tammy Barnes and included: all the Hamiltons
Left A well earned promotionhas multiplied and sadness sharedis FRIDAY.milk. Fish cheese, Tammy Mann. from Brooker: Mr. and Mrs
MS W Mini .I,.. caused a loss for UCI anda divided. Thank you. carrot and pineapple square salad Those junior winners who Paul Emery and family from 1
A:lJJlifA' 4 gain for Hillsborough hushpuppies* milk grltt brownln. won county honors and will represent Quincy came by and picked: up I

Henry W. Block Electric & Gas Cooking Equipment SpecialistsBest County. Former Colonel Advisory Ooii.ii'iUee our club as district their mother, Mrs. Eva .
events held in April are: Harrell.
Marion Ellis is now assistant Emery's son, c
That's Reason No. 2. Blockdidn.t superintendent at that I 'r :Meeting ScheduledThe Michelle Stillwell, Tammy Mike and his fiance Janie
become America's facility. Congratulations on Mann Bradlee Cox. Martin Cook, accompanied them.

largest income tax Ranges Refrigerators Freezers the promotion and best wishesfor Tips From Whirlpool Committee Mrooker will Advisory hold a Hunter and Debbie Polk. Mike and Miss Cook are to he
preparer by charging high Blue ribbon winners from
happiness and success to married July 29.\ We wish
prices. For example if you Walk Ins Hot Tables Buffets China the entire Ellis family in their Home Economists meeting in the school libraryon our senior division were: them much happiness.
Tuesday. !March 29. at 7
qualify for the short form. new location. Sandy Douglas, Stacy Hayes, Everyone enjoyed being
'we charge a very low price Glass Pots & Pans Mixers & I watched a portion of the Always place the pan containing p.m.All parents are invited and !Mike Starling. Everett Hayes together especially the ones
Even if your return Is more 50000 Other Items food or liquid on the to attend! and Johnny Biggs. that hadn't seen some in a
Block's fee red ribbons in
complicated. surface unit before turning on Winning long time.
is still very reasonable. the heat. Generally, start most
Top Quality Since 1917 Cash & Carry Backaches makea :Mini-Olympics
foods on a high heat and then
H&R' BLOCKThe DiscountsWe lot of people finish cooking on a lower Jr'olf' StI't'I,1
miserable. See heat. In instances the The SchoolMini-Olympics
Buy Sell Trade Lease Maintain many will hold a contest April 1.
Income Tax People
"WHO ELSE units can be turned off min- More information will be ItPr'rag( IJir. '
lie N. Walnut 964-8266 The utes ahead of time and the Invert collander
Restaurant Equipment Co. PAST 4CP available next week. a over a
Open 9.6 Mon Fri ((See Page 12)) food will continue cookingwith skiller when frying. It will Conrad Wolfe has been
SAt 9-5 'K W. M... lu the retained heat. Fair Tickets catch spatters but let heat selected as the now lood and

On Sale escape. hovcrage director at the
Holiday I Inn of Slarki- was

e .,zti Tickets for the Bradford announced Tuesday.With .
County Fair at a substantial a vast background in
NII1IilllllllluIIlCr: :" :
: :
: IIIIII1I1I11I111111I111 savings are on sale at the lood having been raised in Iwo
P school. general\ ions of ri'slauruil-cliil
I I I .,a. (Price is ;5 tickets for $1. oxuiors. Wnlll''I1I'd his lint
ffff Vin, 1'l'.liHlI'imtl1ll'n he was ::'nl'ill'S
family centers ', \ old in I)a\Ion. (Ohio his.
Softball Tourney birthplace. Thisxas the lirstol 1
Krsulls, I hree: restaurants ho had in
I 1, (Ohio, and California.
A Softball tournament was \\ 0111: studied The French

Liquid Chicken pla.ved at I the Hrookrr school \ ... School of Cooking under three"
I ballfield Friday night "" <.' chels and alter \\orld Uar II
Saturday and Sunday. The ,I resided; in Kurope.: lie il-
FertilizerDelivered Merchants from High Springs .-...>,- tended Kent Slate (1'nix'ersit.v
won first place The :Misfits l .It and graduated\ xxith a :\1'1'\
I t Iron Slnrke took second degree! I Irom PasadenaCollege

place, with the Knowjps of FrH
& Spread For You '
Green; Cove Springs winningin II 1Y :\o\x residing! on Little Luke
third place. ;NAPA; trom Santa Fe. Wolle ninvixl Irom !
Butler awarded IheVf'tol.tsmanshlp' Jacksonville' where hex' \
468-1985 !;-l.ake was iis
S'1000rTon .. .
( Award 'and"*, ,t' ".- associatedvilh u """l\tI"' \ -'
"Thicky. "Bennett: (with theMisfits "."I ('0111'.111'oHe'. has! heeii', Alh.mibra, I Dinner'Theatri> /

6 Tons To The Truck ) landed the :MVPAward. selected us the next COIN! mid lour ('ill'S. His hoblurs
liex crane director lit the include collecting i recipes anti
W.A. Prevatt Hampton, Fla. TI !Many thanks to the Urooker Starke Holiday Inn t'usikhooks.ItIM, .

home runnersGet ( LORIDA EST I WE A.. NOTICESlone Shoe Repair

for baseball o
ready season with a
new pair of shoes from T G. & Y. All C r '
Formerly Of Starke Has Returned
purpose athletic shoes from ITHIERLAWN!
Brookfield. Above. #701 all turf shoe '
with 22 cleats. Black PVC sole with To Serve You location

white collar.
OAnIo On U.S. 301

YOUTH AND JUVENILE SIZES 5.99 AYenIlA1oAxo u/ ::: ":'tC In lawttf I I

ell n I / \ /t:
Open April 1, 1977
'" ,_ I

Ill BahiaVo coo Ira I SAVE M ONEY TOO WelcomeTIME :

&Feed Weed NOW IS THE TO FEED YOUR \ ( Old And New I II


(ii Lawn Iii HEALTHYWITH f GROWTH CustomersJohn

I( I. Food OR7St. AT SAVINGS and Mae

Augustine WEE ED and FEED- Slone !

21.4.4 For St. Augustine And Centipede La'wns; 45 I II

Controls & Prevents Certain Weeds And Sup plies I m 6

A Full Feeding Peg. .7" PINE FOREST APTS.:1-:1:11

\ M.iill.uuM.,," tart' I liirnl.1NOW ),

ORTHO sM rJ: Use On Bahia Bermuda Z C..,. $ ; : fl fi.l 11' !:
SYSTEMIC Grasses Kills Weeds Full I I Feeds X I .,
1 :
: 'f
.ti :" .i
I I Reg. 9"J C' 'I.
ROSE & .. f. t,:' \ N"

t fl ... ..1.Jo: ,.. : ,
ORTHO LAW I M FOOD : \ : -44 i :
FLOWER .,.' I, ....., 'i-" ,- .; r.-I 'A,..('," t,
@":"" :" r.T"wr.It1': .. '
CARE .:.' ill. : }] ; :'.,
.. I'. J... -. ot...f.1-..... ...... t,
For Roses
ffL Flowers Shurbs &- Treats $640 Treats $ 240

? .. House Plants. 5000 "'. 10.000 Sq. '14"

#754 all turf shoe. 22 cleats. / Controls Sucking Sq. Ft. SPRAYFt .

black with 3 white stripes. // Insects Up To Six a ro CHLORDA NE .
Foam cushion collar, Weeks Plus Full TAKING
cushion sock collar and
arch support. $449 Cafa.A5Q! Pint "
Canister Special $449 '
Rgg .. .. Reg.'a' APPLICATIONS :j ,

6.99Tgu I

PHONE.'f }I'I'I '

ORTHOGARDEN Ready To Use Just Add I I Drops To Soil And Water In.

--..., :
UDVUflSIDM.ACHANDISHOUC' ,'- For All Hous se Plants 9 64 6 312
we was BOOKS I
Po ,..J::',.:::;' r I. 1 0' AK1 alK/n./ l Happy T. 5 Oz. t
KMI'MI.n'.ro, at.mrrHmwnom............,...."onau/w'kat a. "I ,. 10 Oz. c
1111'I .". VNY .. ", 1411II .....'., 0 Yin 1I11 :;'oo Mr: axet111i BANMAMERICARIlIII., 11I11 $129"I' 69
+Kl.r ..".'d,' ..,.JrnxlM.ndnu.. ..1r \, YYdnewna' ', .., LOIIDA Reg. al" Reg. 'l's t
Ml 1* TAI UIB H/r ltd 0..aW." o' w.. ..aYI.Art ."..." y.11'tr S I., eKY1/., I BEAUTIFUL NEW I
It .
n.AanJ1.ai11Ia1aKI1.YMt ''C -
", "II. .I. In P'"4 Io, Wl C.ciq eta, pm EST 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments f'
.. .
'0''' ONTtOI NURSERY & ARDEN CENTER I Unfurnish.dWithR.frig.ralorandStov. -

5G3i Carpets A Drape t

(E [ (I euJraIf: .Horn...*.We Offtc O-'e..Gotmt er,./M.c**., ...-. |P.ST.....t...4f. ......Qty 19 E. Call,St.. Starke, AS LOW $ 1 OO 0 0 "' :
SMrto..Jedo_....-S..A..ustM. .,......_ AS M0.I ""' i,

S't e Flo 301 S. Com.l*.. PValotranol''..< C idol S r v>."< 1 ;

-- ..,i

r 't ith't I

>" ,' .. ". :{
""'" '1\\" <

I'age 88 March 24,1977
-- ...-... --- --- -- -- -- -----
---- --------- ------ --- --------------------- ----- -
I' SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY NEWS went to bed and counted "Sam, the Mouse"by Mr.Jockel and Mrs. Spengler. MENU potatoes, greens banana
sheep. : Robert Boone There will be two winners March 23-Aprll cake, biscuit, milk.
Sam, the mouse went on a from each f grade( level: 1 girl MONDAY, Hut dog on bun THURSDAY: Tuna salad on
Karen Kimbril Is.i the South- win those awards. for each post being filled and "The Loud Mouse trip to New York to see his and 1 boy. Third, fourth, fifth cabbage slaw trench fries, lettuce, peas and carrots,
side Spelling Champion with Mrs. Canova's first grade assisting where extra help is by: Bryan Davis family. Ills family lives in and sixth grades are eligible pears milk.TUESDAYt. potato chips, cinnamon rolls,
the word ulterior at the with help from Mrs. Stern andlJrs. needed. There was a mouse New York. When he got there for the contest. The week of Chicken and crackers, milk.
Spelling Bee held Monday, Shinholser, ack- Progress report: The radish Who had a loud mouth. his family said "Hello!"Then March 21-25 Robin Stern will noodles peanut butter sandwich FRIDAY: Easter Menu,
March \14. nowledged St. Patrick's Dayin seeds have sprouted and are shouted in his house he went in the house. He hearda give a bit of Information about peas, Jello milk. baked ham candled sweet
Lori McKinney\ was the their way. They made and now ready for transplantingoutdoors.lsabelle And they made him go south. loud mouth. He fell asleep in the 50's to the school at the WEDNESDAY: potatoes, turnip greens,
runner-up, missing the work baked green shamrock Newsom the bed. He slept for 3 hours. morning announcement time, Hamburger gravy mashed Easter cake, corn bread,
riotous which Karen spelled cookies with which they drank custodian, will Instruct and "Be Quiet"by When he heard that loud milk.
correctly The fifth grade lime kool-aid completing the supervise fourth grade : Eric Nazworth mouth he woke up. The loud
contestants were Lee Ann color effect. students from Mrs. Goodall'sroom I heard a sound in my house.A mouth came In the house and
Flynn Kristy Johns, Lori Mrs. Whitehead's third when they plant them mouse is in my house. A dogis stopped being loud when Sam
McKinney. Yvonne Hodge grade students, with super- outside their classroom. going 'round my house. woke up. The Sam said, "Get
Melissa Jackson, Linda vision from Ms. Elaine Mrs. Schmidt's first grade Don't be so loud or I will shoutat out of this house right now so I
Gravel Martha Murphy. Griffis have made an students wrote stories or you. can sleep" So the big mouth
Sixth grade contestants were interesting and informative poems using their spelling left Sam alone.Students .
Karen Kimbril, Dawn booklet on the "ABC's of words: "The Whale"by
Simmons Barbara Aaron Food", which is currently "How to Get A : Robert Fowler are looking
Robbie Godwin, Johnny Sweat being displayed in the library. Bee Out When I went fishing I caught forward to Friday, March 25, You be the
and Kenny Plermnons, The Students will soon start a Of A House a whale. He was loud and the 50's Day at Southside. '
judges were Mrs Lucille study unit about Indians, By: Way Ion Townsend round and he had a big mouth. Students wishing to
Payne principal, Mrs Pat which is always a favorite I see a bee in a house. It will When I was coming from participate will come dressedin
Welly pa rent-volunteer and topic. !Mrs. Whitehead invites take an hour to get it out. You fishing in the south I saw a the style of the 1950's.
Mrs Margie Murphy, aide. them to bring any artifacts will have to shout at it to get it loud mouth baby at a house Costumes will be judged by
Mrs Burncy Winkler was the they may have to display and out. Shout loud to get it out of judge1
pronouncer Congratulations tell the class about at anytime the house. $th86
to our spelling champions during the next month.
Bradford County Fair timeis The new members of our "Fishing"BY
coming! soon'' Tickets for Safety Patrol have now been : Jason Brown
rides (which may be used any assigned to certain areas on I was fishing two hours and I 1O68Wj
day of the fair. March an-April our school campus. It is their caught ten fish. The worms "Who Else Past 40? -
ji, will be sold at school from responsibility to be at their were round and green. The -
Monday. March 21\ through assigned post on the morningand fish were white.
Tuesday, March 29. Five afternoon shift. Officersfor ,
tickets w.ill cost $1 if bought at Safety Patrol for the "A Mouse
school and .;r>(0) cents each if remainder of this school year by Kristina Brantley Would you like to get relief from
purchased at the fair. are Captain Douglas A mouse was in my house. those nagging backaches or stiff, .
In Mrs Duncan grade Clover; Lieutenants, Donna
He ate some magic cheese and
Knst> ,Johns LeAnn Flynn Thornton and Micole Scott. turned into Count. The Count aching joints and muscles?
and Kelli III Si "lih Moser JIIIOO..llh l "a"?
11i1rHichmdson These officers are responsible counted to ten. That night he "
Carver are recognued for
their outstanding achievement Would you like to get completely .

for the fourth six-weeks THEY'RE' COMING. relaxed so you could get a goodnight's ....,.
period Direct fromLakeland
Ulltl-l 110..90,1111
? "'
Remember those Post sleep Is ill..,4SK.d,
cereal box tops'! They need to Fla.
be into the school l h\ :March ::11 .when is the difference.Compare
so that :Mr and :Mrs Jim Would you like to get help for .. .
Lewis may' !get( I the order off VLLH (Er- ?. GtfULC( ? EEGE( EtfttB: :
I tar our physical' education your poor circulation? these three quality,brand name was $1068.In .
' the April I 15; Saturday, March 26 Starke Armory 8 HP lawn tractors. Wheel Horse. John Deere. some instances, I 11I. and J.D.'s average
deadline And International Harvester. Each is known
'WE nctual quoted prices were comparable or lower
Manners in t the ualetiTia/ are 8PM To 12 midnight '2" Single WOULD, SO for its performance and dependability.Now than Wheel Horse.
impioving( and the noise hasbet'n will have
you an opportunity to trya .
DON'T MISS IT I I 400 Couple prices.An
giedtl.v I reduced since the compare Prices do not include local taxes. Sonic pike
1" llInll1g" (Iflur 'football SPONSORED BY YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES UNITED NIAGARA MASSAGE CHAIR at independent shopping survey taken in were higher some lower. Check\ your local
.lI1il' Kooms ai i1 >hiving to the Bradford County Fair. January, 1977, among dealers in over 25 ma- Wheel Horse Sales I Inc dealer for his prices.Consistently .

::-. // -......-.............-..---- _.<"" ./ of jor the U.S.actual cities quoted specifically prices showed for the,John the average Deere Wheel Horse delivers price,
and that
performance dependability arc hardto
Try a NIAGARA MASSAGE 100 was $1364; the International Harvester beat.
IncoFull I me Tax Prepared <(< CHAIR and find out for yourselfhow Model 81 was S1286; and Wheel Horse A-90

good you can feel again. You Why pay more :

Service actually have to feel it to believe it. when you can own a ;

Bookkeeping Wheel Horse!

964-6298 S. ftatte Dart' STARKE good MASSAGE all over CHAIR! makes you feel Ie I Wheel Horse ROSIER'S MONUMENTS & GARDEN NURSERY

Dealers 964.6214 301-340 S. Walnut St.,, Starke Fla.

J 1

L.JLLLJ! ILl LEf 1 Day Only


You Are Invited To Come See l r'l March 27, 1977

Our Southern II Model ,..- "t 't1l 12-6 P.M.

Which Includes 3 Bedrooms


2 Baths Family Dining, -- 1:JjIC-: : "

Living Room, Garage [ .J 0 :I.rw.: : _. .

For J'K' { .
only> $24,262 -. .- ,

We Also Have 18 Other _: :
Models .
,. -
$24 262
To Choose From $15,799 To $29,870 -- _- ,

Based On Bradford
Clay Co. Code

Everyone Is Invited To Join Us For

All Of Our Block Homes Include :

A Dr. Pepper & Cookies After Church
Range & Hood With Clock & Clan Doer .Tle! Splash ,In. Kitchen. .

-Elietrie Wall Heaters Marlle Sills
BBBBR tnii gl HtBHMfBtRHUHBftHRntHHfFfnnBHnntnfBi
Poured Corners J JSoil
VanHlos. I I. Bathroom.

Poison .Cistern. Kitchen. Cabinet. :\

6" Ceiling Insulation .,' SlUlnj dan Doer FREE Drawing For 5

Washer & Dryer Connections Shittir. \
Front. Of Home.. \.

DIRECTIONS Boxed Earn : Exterior.OUR. Wall LOCATION Initiation: 40 Channel I C.B. Radios


\\t\ You Do Not Need To Be Present To Win
ur r H at.\ oe..

0iag,4 '
C. ..axe" ,0i

;1 : ; '-tI.\co"q. ':ppdd lad Co Financing Can Be Arranged Through Guaranty Federal Savings

.. i8i0M. Q. \.f\-
.J U I I 2 2, 10 MtestW I
F M 4s I, I And Loan /
Association Of Gainesville In
; ,. US 301 N Jan. ft ,MO Starke.
;f L m TO Onffia PO E1eClflC O -I-


Northeast Florida's No. 1 On Your Lot

Builder Of Complete Block & Piling Houses LEISURE HOMES, INC. 1369 Cassat Ave. Phone 387 -


c '