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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Fifty-four Head Start children went without breakfast last Thursday morning as fire, believedto
Y NPIl be incendiary, raced through three buildings of the RJE school complex.A .
lot of plans and hopes went up in smoke as fire trucks from four departments fought the blaze <
for more: than three hours. 1
1 h+1 NT CUBB Agency, conducting the Head Start program, had just completed renovation of the cafeteria '
+fl'Y b(' 1 at a cost of$9,000 in cash, plus some donated materials and labor provided by the National
v Guard, the Lawtey Correctional Institute, and parents of Head Start children.
Another projected use, that of BUARC (Bradford-Union Association of Retarded Citizens) for
an expanded workshop and administrative offices in one of more of the RJE wings, went up in
smoke like the old brick school itself.

If, D+ 8' 4r The Thursday blaze is ation of their worth was made fire wall and escaped damagealso.
believed to have been Starke's about two years ago before .
largest and most expensivefire much of the vandalism and The RUE school was
since Blanding Center fire damage had taken place.At dedicated on April 8, 1956 and
burned after World War II, that time, he said, a valueof named in honor of three
maaL? and the Sate Farmers Market $24,524 had been placed on leaders of the black com-

conflagaration in 1970. the administration building; munity, Robinson, Jenkins,
$94,256 on the cafeteria and and Ellerson. It was abandoned -
1. ':.."';;. aevuiui from heft, unit two unklenuf ird volunteer help light ficiaU believe the Tlio.<.::.,i lire lu Lave! Utell ntkrtrtl Jelibeiately, by Bomeohe wholasWhursday's The building was insured, shop, and $45,049( on "A" for school purposes
blaze which destroyed much of the former RUE High School in the fired a type of"rocket"or "missile"through the ceilings. but no firm estimate of the building, the one being used when black students were
loss has yet been made. In- intergrated into the Starke
Reno section of Starke. for Head Start classrooms. On
It is the third time In the past few years the school has been set on fire. OfThe wing above housed the Head Start Program.Johns' surance agent Merritt the basis of the percentage)' High School, and two
Williams, who recently noti- burned Thursday, he placed elementary schools several
fied the School Board of his
the estimated loss at close to years ago.
company's desire to cancel $100.000, based on the old Some 30 firemen, plus a
Amputated Above Knee In
Leg
: 2ndryOperationJerome the insurance due to "uninsurability" values. number of layman volunteers

'-" .L of a large portionof No fires were set, or started helped fight the blaze Thursday -
the complex that has been accidentally in the RJE using equipment made
Johns was reportedin left leg was first amputatedbelow the intensive care unit ofSha'nds Starke was injured while in Jacksonville? Johns' son unused and subject to van- which is still used by black gym available by tour depart-
fair condition late Tuesday the knee, forcing the Teaching Hospital in the process of clearing a site Phillip, and his brother-in- dalism and frequent fires in teams for basketball. The ments:' Starke, Bradford
afternoon after undergoing a second operation Monday. Gainesville where he is ex- for a tennis court at his law, Rep. Frank. Williams, recent years, said the insur- kitchen, adjoining the County, Lawtey, and Kingsley
second operation Monday at 5 Johns, a former Bradford pected to remain for several Crystal Lake home. Strong rushed ,Johns to Bradford ance payment would be a cafeteria, was protected by a Lake. -
p.m. in which his left leg was county commissioner and days. He is currently undergoing winds from the lake Saturday County Hospital. lie was "negotiable" item which ad- ;
amputated above the knee as zoning board member, was treatment in a gas caused a tree Johns was treated in Starke and rushedon justers from his company
the result of an accident injured Saturday when a tree chamber every eight hours to pushing with the bull dozer to to Alaehua General would work out with the.
Saturday which forced amputation he was pushing with a bull control the gangrene in the fall the wrong way. The leg Hospital. He was transferredto School Board. Food For The Table
of his lower leg. dozer fell the wrong way, onto ,leg. was .mangled so badly, the the medical center at 11:30:
the machine, and mangled nerve and bone damage so ex- a m. Monday where the Fire Marshal Edgar Aide, of
Gangrene set in after the Johns' lower left leg. The son of former state tensive, that amputation was spocial machine is available Jacksonville, had not made a
f firstoperationinwhichJohns' At present, Johns, 48, is in senator Charley E. Johns of necessary. iff. treatment of gangrene. formal report but expressedthe'opinion'Monday Or Mo.mlnsur.an
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(I n. +ovfcswoivi! pjn'rafion t t/lok., that-the -i
Johns received other place at the med center. fire was incendiary;a as did '
bruises and scratches in the
Starke Fire Chief Eldon Sapp.
New Courthouse SwitchboardGoes accident, but they were not Johns is president of Gator Aide said that in past fires he
serious. Debated Council
Freightways of Jacksonville had investigated at RJE, so- By
Members of the work party, and a permanent called "bottle rockets" had
which included Bob Harris of resident of Crystal Lake. been used to shoot flammable .
Whether city employeesneed employees, with the city
material through the holesin
Into Operation TodayCallers the ceiling up into the attic. Al- more insurance or more assuming a larger portion of
... .. though the Thursday fires in groceries on the table was the tab. Warren was back last
debated at length at the City week with insurance man Jim
to the Bradford Courthouse officials hope to eluded in the central swit the front unit of the complex, Council meeting, April 5, with McCauley to submit prices: on
County Courthouse and county have all\ the bugs ironed out of chboard. containing the cafeteria, the decision for the present, the proposed premiums.
kitchen and administrativeoffices
I offices beginning Thursday the system Dy the 9 a.m. L.M. Gaines, zoning .t well blazes in at least, falling on the side of McCauley said the
morning are gomg to have to Thursday morning official director, said it appeared he as as groceries.The broadened plan would cost a
dial IW4-62HO! to reach those unveiling, although the was in charge of seeing that three of the four wings, all subject was raised total of$61.81 including family .
started
offices as the new electronic change is expected to take the switchboard got off to a apparently in the again by Councilman Joe coverage, maternity, and a
computerized switchboard place late Wednesday afternoon good start. Gaines said it ceiling, no evidence of use of Warren, who advocated, small life insurance policy. Of
"bottle rockets"
found
I located the courthouse goes would be a lot more con- e this Chief was said. several months ago, a more this amount, Warren proposedthat
, time Sapp
into operation. Anyone calling county offices venient for people calling the t comprehensive plan of in- the city pay around $30,
I now,will dial the 964-6280 courthouse and with the in- [ surance for the city's 75 leaving the employee to pay
number and ask the switchboard stallation will come a savings Mrs. Sally Nelson. CUBB 27.51about $10 a month
for the office they of around $600 to $700. per director, expressed her belief more than at present.Commissioner .
Savings HOIK! Sales that the fires all started from
month over the
present Wilbur
want in the courthouse and the
agricultural building, civil supplier Continental shorts in faulty wiring, which 3 Waters said he had talked
Caught
TotuI890.000 defense, county maintenance Telephone Co. : she said could have spread with seversl employes and

barn auto inspection station, The new system under a throughout the wiring system, they were in favor of more
In First Quarter county fire department. The lease purchase agreementwith igniting blazes almost simul- take-home pay rather than
Bradford County Health First Communication o taneously. She said the In increased insurance benefits.
Bradford County reportedfirst Department will not be in- Corp. of Winter Park will cost : -..rk cafeteria cook, Ollie Brewer, Drug
quarter United States $914 monthly. Cost to the arrived on the job at 6:30: and "Some of them just can't
Saving Bonds sales of $90,661 county will be $389 monthly Congressman Don Fuqua chats outside his mobile office there was no evidence of anyone make it on their present
achieving 41.2 percent of its equipment payment on the Tuesday with clerk of the court Gib Brown and restaurant round the building at that salaries" Waters said.
annual I sales goal by the end of Berries $34.000 lease purchase price owner Gus Kopelousos. Waiting to get started to Lake Butler is time. The fire was discovered Delivery This opinion was echoed by
March. and $338 for rental of interconnecting Fuqua's aide Tommy Hicks behind Brown. shortly after that by Leroy Commissioner Vernon Silcox,
County Chairmain S.L. telephone lines. Patterson, a black employeeof Three persons were apprehended who said one employee told
Peek Jr. noted that the city who was passing by and $3,000 in narcotic him he would have to drop his
Americans now own over $73 HoldingUp In addition to reaching Fuqua Visits In Mobile Office, and saw smoke pouring from drugs seized Monday morning present insurance because he
billion Series E and II bonds everyone in the courthouse by the ceiling and notified Mrs. by Bradford and Union law couldn't pay the monthly
and Freedom Shares. dialing one number, busy Brewer, who turned in the men working with officers premium..
March sales of Series E and offices, such as the clerks can Says Energy Is Peoples' Concern alarm. from the State Department of The matter was referred to
II Savings Bonds in Florida WellThe utilize as many as 10 lines at Fire Marshal Aide said it Offender Rehabilitation' the Committee on Insuranceand
were $18.7 million $1.3 one time if necessary Congressman 'Don Fuquawas congressman said the issues was difficult to estimate the (DOR). W.. the Committee on Salary
million over March 1976.up Sales Present plans are for 10 in Starke briefly Tuesday most people are concernedwith loss because of the deteriorated Arrested late Monday at the Adjustmants for a report
during the first three monthson peak may have passed trunks ana 60 phones. Long morning on the maiden trip ot is the energy situation, condition of at least three drop site in northwest Brad- before a final decision is
1977 totaled $43.6 million. with Easter weekend, but distance calls can be the mobile office he will be gun control and senior citizensare wings of the complex. "If they ford County were two made.
Florida attained 28.7 percentof Bradford's leading monitored through the switchboard using to periodically travel particularly concerned had been in usable condition, Jacksonville residents, Bids on the city's insurance
its annual sales goal March strawberry growers are op- and the console can the 23 county Second about inflation. the loss would probably have Dennis McCloud and Winifred package, totaling around
31. timistic over prospects for at connect to a desired extensionand Congressional District. "Theeconomy is coming out been estimated at around Goodman, both 24. They were $40,000 in annual premiums,
least two more weeks of "good several parties could be of the doldrums," Fuqua said. $60,000," he said. charged with possession and were received from GeorgeW
Ccr picking-if we get some rain cross-connected for a con- Fuqua said he initiated the After the extremely hard Aide said he believed that delivery of a controlled sub- Roberts and Gerald
uf J vUnum; vtr and continued cool weather" ference call. service to get closer to the winter Fuqua said he expectsthe "bottle rockets" had pre- stance and booked into the Brown, with the chief difference
Leon Starling, west of In addition a person talkingon people in his district to hear economy to improve by viously been sold locally but Bradford County jail. being a net figure
Lawtey, is still singing the a courthouse extension about the problems they are summer. "I hope the $50 Chief Sapp said he could find A Union Correctional Institute $27,355 from Brown on of't t"
praises of Florida Belles, would hear a "beep" in his having and how they feel on rebate can be resolved and get none on the market here inmate at the drop site man's compensation, ,
which he says are holding up phone when another caller the issues. the money out to the people," Tuesday. The rocket is shaped to receive the drugs was $5,000 less than Robert's
well under his program of was waiting to reach him. The 30.foot mobile van is said Fuqua. He said the house somewhat like a drink straw turned over to the officers of figure of 32607.
fertilizing and irrigation. When he finished his conversation leased and will be travelingwith passed the rebate but it is tied and contains a small amountof the DOR.A It was explained that the
Several other growers, who the second caller staff members on a up in the Senate and black powder for dual spokesman for the law Robert's bid was based on the
tried Florida Belles would automatically be put regular basis even when deadlocked until a compromise action explosions. When enforcement officials said city's actual accident record
\ previously, said the new through. Fuqua is in Washington said can be worked out placed in a bottle and ignited, they received a tip Monday last year,while Brown's lower
J variety came in with a heavy aide Tommy Hicks. with President Carter on'the the first stage sends the rocket morning, April 11, from bid was submitted on the
N. flush of bloom and fruit but water projects.The straight up, where it stops and Department of Offender assumption that the city
failed to follow through with Raiford Doubles Fuqua presently has two congressman said he burns a while before touching Rehabilitation authorities thata would not have any excessive
district offices but his district off the second explosion. Sapp quantity of dangerous drugswas
another crop. "That hasn'tbeen expected some modificationon claims during the premiumyear
my experience this Recreation Fund covers 23 of the 67 counties in the saccharine ban and he said that vandals in previousfires allegedly going to be starting April 14.
year, Starling said. "I am the state and the traveling had received a lot of mail had knocked holes in the given to the UCI inmate at a Both insurance agents
,Sunday, April 24, from 3. well pleased." After a long discussion the office will cover 300 miles and concerning the matter. RJE ceiling through which to prison siding in Northwest agreed that the cost of other
6 p.m.. Charley and Ted Morris Carter, Jr., of Highway Town Council of Raiford voted may be the answer to gettingto After the stop in Starke shoot rockets. He said the Bradford County. covered items such as auto
Johns will celebrate their 225, said that some Tuesday night to give the the people, said Hicks. Tuesday the mobile office was bottle bombs could also be After this information was liability, bonds, and accident
50th Golden Wedding growers who were producing Union County Parks and Re Fuqua said since he began continuing on to Lake Butler, homemade, using gasoline 'received from prison policies for the fire department
creation Board for thisyear's
Anniversary at the berries on home-grown plantsare $1,000 the service last Thursday in Macclenny, and Lake City, and diesel fuel. authorities the surveillancewas would be identical when
Woman's Club of Starke. experiencing some summer recreation Marianna the has stopping near each county School Superintendent Tom set up and late Monday written exactly to city
They have requested no decline, but reported his 22 program, doubling its contri- been "real response good." The courthouse. Casey said the latest RJE morning law enforcement specifications, although there
gifts. Everyone I Is Invitedto acres of Sequoias are coming bution of past years. incident would likely come up officials observed a 1974 was some discrepancy in the j
come and enjoy this on .with another crop which Willie Rogers. Raiford for discussion at the regular Lincoln Continental operatedby bids as submitted due to
happy occasion with them. should produce good berries, businessman and a member of. Family Fuss Leaves Car Stranded School Board meeting Monday McCloud and with Good- different: interpretation of the
No Invitations are being though dry weather is cutting the recreation board was night. He said the board man as a passenger made the 1
mailed In Bradford County down on size. present at the council meeting We're not sure who got the car revealed a husband and would be faced either with rebuilding scheduled narcotics drug Commissioner Warren
and everyone Is Invited. Prices are ranging from $6 to request that a set amount of last word In on this argument, wife involved in a family the RJE complex or drop. made a motion to give the '
to $6.50 and "we can make money be given by Raiford for but it was told to us that a car squabble both walked off from bulldozing it down, and he hadno According to the spokesman Workman's Compensation
Gllf dommunili money at that," Carter said. the recreation programs.For was found parked by the side the car in opposite directions, idea what the decision for the law enforcement officials insurance to Brown, and all
) he to work and she went home.We're would be. After fires officers then moved in
L.M. Norman, Jr. said his of the road early Wednesday previous other coverage to Roberta
glalr Janis production was in a lull right the'past two years City morning with the lights on, the not sure who returnedto Casey had favored trying to and took McCloud and Good- The motion was seconded! by
now, but the plants havea Clerk Kathryn Alvarez motor running and no one get the car. Perhaps it is save the buildings to convert man along with the inmate in Schaefer and carried 3-2 with
Account Now Inwrc4 Up good stand of bloom and pointed out that Raiford has about.A still in the same spot, only by them to useful purposes for, custody and recovered 300 Schaefer,Warren,and Vernon
T...*._IV berries should continue on the given $500 per annum to the now with a dead battery and the community. qualudes 75 milligrams each,.
......l OpMlt InMirwic*Ccrp" market for several weeks. recreation programs. check of the owner of the an empty: gas tank. Casey said the last evalu- worth approximately $3,000. (See Page b) t J.

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r hearsal following on their Thursday wedding evening re St. Mark's Day Gayle Hatcher and Kenneth Weaver Wed April 8 At First BaptistMiss

p given by his mother, Mrs. School Has
Jewell K Weaver at the Gayle Elizabeth breath and white carnationswith
Fellowship Hall of the First Easter Hatcher became the bride of loops of matching ribbon
Baptist Church. Egg HuntThe Kenneth Lemuel Weaver on entwined and encircled in
The U shaped tables were Friday April 8, at 8 p.m. in white net and lace. They wore
covered with white cloths.and youngsters of St. the First Baptist Church with short white gloves.
had aqua ribbon down the Mark's Day School enjoyed an Rev. A.V. Aldridge of Daven Holly Hatcher, niece of the
center tables, with crystal Easter egg hunt and party on port, Fla. performing the bride attended as flower girl. M
candle holders holding bur Friday, April 8. nuptials.The Her dress was fashioned of '
ning aqua tapers. Place cards The children hunted eggs bride is the daughter of aqua mist satin, mid-calf .t
6 marked each guest's place.On they had decorated and put Col. (ret.) and Mrs. H.M. length, and the front bodicewas
the honored couple's them in baskets they also I Hatcher, Jr. of Starke and the gathered to inset of lace. ,
MrlC.Uullh'r 'Will Crlvbrale' ,,, table was an arrangement of made and decorated. Eight groom Is the son of Mrs. The square neckline yoke had
I Easter lillies, white carnations dozen eggs were hidden in the Jewell K. Weaver of Daven- self ruffles trimmed in white
Birth Anniversary AJril17Ir and baby's breath with play yard for the youngstersto port and Lemuel O. Weaver of lace. The gathered; skirt had a
aqua ribbon loops entwined in find. Haines City. hemline tuck and ruffle with ...
Nancy Hunter'Mrs: Henry fruits and vegetables and the arrangement.The The 16 children attendingwere Palm trees and jade trees lace trim and the long sleeves
C > will celebrate., her 85th making colorful quilts for honored couple presented : Aimee Ferguson against a background of ended in a ruffle with white
birthday Sunday. April 17. babies and grown people. She their attendants with a Allison Farnsworth, Brad andBill spiral, tree and arch candel- lace trim. She wore a bonnet
with a family dinner for relatives proudly claims that she has personal giftOutoftown. Hamilton, Damka abras with burning white trimmed in lace and carried a
and friends at her home made seven fine quilts since guests were Richardson, David Elder, tapers highlighted the altar. white basket with rose petals.
just off Griffis Loop at the city Christmas and is pictured Mrs. Sarah U Barton Derek Spearmon Eric Brown, Lighted tapers in brass candle The bride, given in mar-
limits above displaying some of the Atlanta. Ga., grandmother of David Millard Freeman holders marked the pews and riage by her father, wore a
Mrs. Hunter was born in evidence the bride-elect; Mrs Lucille Register Gary Don Brewer, there were burning white gown fashion of white silk
Macclenny and was the Knight Colquitt. Ga., grand McPherson! Link Bishop" candles and greenery in each organza and featured a lv, i
daughter of lieubm and :Mary mother of t the groom; Mrs. Pam !Morgan, Stephanie Agin window. scooped neckline encircled in
Conner Her father was the Susie Powell, Edna Hall, Waverly Hall. Ga.. and Lyn Williams. Providing nuptial music white seed pearls. The bodiceof "
brother of the late Lawton aunt of the groom: Mr and Teachers are Martha Jean were Mrs. Charles Francis, the princess style gown was .' ,. .
Conner long-time County Donald FalconTo Mrs. .F F Hatcher, Maitland Weldon. director; Lynne organist Miss Cathy Cosmatoof overlaid with white chantilly
Commissioner She grew' up in aunt and uncle of the bride- Taylor, Tina Brown and Gina Tampa, paimst Mrs. R.W. lace and Irridescent beads ,
Raiford with her mother and Wed April 16 elect; Miss Susan Hatcher Brown. Parent helpers were Milner Jr., William Georgeand were in the lace design. The j.. <
stepfather Will Kersey Her Tampa cousin of the bride. Sam and Gale Richardson and Mike King soloists. gown had bishop sleeves and
first husband Harley Keene Powell and elect; Mr. and Mrs. David Beverly Morgan David Henry attended as lace cuffs with bead trim and .. '
died in 1941! alter which she 1 Donald Miss Falcon Susie will be united Henry !Mr\ and Mrs. Chris best man. Ushers were Harry buttoned. The long full skirt ;,' r')... rew a'
married Henry W. Hunter Kottenberger. Miss Cathy The Merrill Dees M. Hatcher, III brother of the had an inset of white chantilly i \
who also died on Oct. 6. 1902!l in marriage Saturday, April Cosmato, Chuck Coty and bride, James Jordan, Chuck lace with irridescent beads .,: ,.-;,
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In spite of her age. Mrs : Church p.m with a George Davis all from Celebrate 27thAnniversary Coty, George Davis, Chris scattered throughout the lace *;;,. ; ,_ .
Hunter still keeps busy daily Baptist following in the Tampa; Mr.. and Mrs James Rottenbur er of Tampa, Mike and the dress was completed ..: "'!-......
with her garden canning teceplion !Hall Jordan Melbourne Mr and King, David Earl Rocker and with a wide ruffle of silk ,. -. "
church Fellowship Mrs. W.E. Bigham III, Dale Price of Davenport and organza. The chapel length I .....
All friends and relatives are Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mr and Mrs. Merrill Dees Paul Howard of Jacksonville.Mrs. veil was attached to a head-
TRAVEL ADVENTURE invited to attend. Price Haines City; Miss were pleasantly surprised at a David Henry attendedas piece of matching chantilly
EDUCATIONSee Donna Weaver sister of the party given for them Wednesday matron of honor. Attendants lace that had pearls and irri Mr. and !Mrs. Kenneth L, Weaverthe I
Mrs Jim Haley of Asheville groom-elect, Miss Karen night, April 6, on their were Miss Donna descent beads and the chantilly -
Chief Kelly US Navy :N.; (' and Freeman Bollmger Knight cousin of the groom- 27th wedding anniversary.The Weaver of Davenport, sisterof lace bordered the outer table was the three tiered Prevail Jr. Miss Karlene I
Recruiting Station Starke of Gainesville spent the elect, Hev. and Mrs. A.V. party was given by the groom, Mrs. James edges of the veil. She wore her bride's cake topped with Itoark. Mrs. J C. Greene Jr.,
Monday 10 A M. Til 2 P.M. \weekend ith 1>1'. and Mrs Aldndge, all from Davenport; Dottie Lee, Miss Nancy Jordan Melbourne! !Mrs. grandmother's pearls. Her Easter lillies and baby's Mrs Glenn Morris, Mrs. I
Bradford Square 2 +10 i_1! 21 I II G BollmgerCtll !Mrs Don Clark Ft Worth, Norton and Mrs A.C. W.E. Bigham, III, Brooker, bouquet was an arrangementof breath flanked by silver James V Crosby and Mrs
Texas; Mr and Mrs. Albert Williams at the Silver Star in Mrs. Don Clark, Fort Worth, Easter lillies and baby's candelabra with burning Chris Kollenberger I
Schnieder, !Miami Melrose. The restaurant was Texas, Mrs. James Hardee, breath on a white bible that white tapers. Cutting and Others who assisted in
U JOHN'S Assisting !Mrs Weaver in gayly decorated for the occasion Gainesville and Misses Anne was covered in white lace.A serving the cake were Mrs. serving and caring for the
c.n... serving were: Mrs L.FDinkms in a blue and red color Haynes and Debbie Spenglerof reception was held in the II.M. Hatcher, III, sister-in- guests were: Mrs. Charles
264-1353 Remodeling & Roofing Co. 284-9002 Mrs. Charles Hardy theme. Starke Miss Susan Hat- Woman's Club of Starke. Mrs. law of the bride and Mrs. L.N. Hardy Mrs. L.F. Dinkins,
and Mrs L.N. Pickering. The refreshment table was iher cousin of the bride of J.E. Hardy, Mrs. Joan Hurst Pickering. Mrs. Don Neel, !Mrs. Charles
..M AMHhM c...... SUH 11I_.... VtarfW \ covered with a blue linen cloth Maitland and Miss Carolyn Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. Serving the groom's cake Darby. Mrs. Don Hardon
RriAq TffM Stffil A h.... III...... i VlnflR and centered ith an anniversary Johnson of Jacksonville.The K.G. Paterson greeted the were Miss Debbie Mitchell Mrs. K,D. Tenly Jr., Mrs.
Mrs. Leona Dukes cake decorated in matron of honor and attendants guests at the door. Mrs. Don and Mrs. R.W. Milner, Jr. E D. Tenly, Sr.. !Mrs. William*
was in
CMrX well M Tft. Palmetto Thursday to attend blue and white and flanked by were gowned alike. Hardy of Gainesville kept the Inviting guests to the George Miss Donna Prevail,
gouda. u-.i' d. MIIWt'--i the funeral of a nephew. red candles in crystal holders.A They wore floor length gowns bride's book. refreshment tables were: Mrs. Otto F. Sierner. Jr.. Mrs.
Jerrell Johnson. live band played several fashioned of aqua mist satin. Placed at points of interestin Mrs. W.A. Haas. Mrs.Jack E. Handy Johns. Mrs John
SAVE We Do Our Own Work on favorite songs for the honored The bodice was gathered intoa the club house were palm Ilazen. Pouring punch were: Miller, Mrs. Linda Johns,
couple during the evening. back-buttoned neckband and and jade trees. Mrs. Drew Reddish, Miss Pati Mrs. 0 L. Haynes, Jr., Mrs.
the high waisted inset band The bride's table was Caldarelli, Mrs. James R. V.J. Spengler, Mrs. Vernon D.:
and had above elbow length covered with an Imported silk Reddish, Miss Karen Knight Silcox Mrs. Lavon Andrews,
cape sleeves. Their nosegayswere organza and braid tableclothand Mrs Gregory Alvarez, !Miss Mrs. I III. Adams Mrs. SL
(C3QDpO0G} ( i 0 004LL60 ( of Easter lillies, baby's matching skirt. Centering Gwen Aldridge, !Mrs. J.T Peek Jr., Mrs.\ James Duncan -
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and Helen, Gar: and North
SAVE $30 To $20000 PerSuite Carolina the couple will resideat
Fort SIll, Okla. for four
months hill' Mr. Weaver attends

3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE 4 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE BY DIXIE I RabbitMILLERBROWN School, a then National to J Fort Worth Guard,

OAK FINISH 9 DRAWER TRIPLE DRESSER AND MIRROR, i enter Texas Southwestern Mr. Weaver Baptist will

6 DRAWER DOUBLE DRESSER AND MIRROR, 5 DRAWER CHEST, HEADBOARD AND| Seminary in September.
The bride graduated from
4 DRAWER CHEST AND BED PECAN VENEERS NIGHT| TABLE Bradford High School in 1973
OVER SOLID OAK ocl? and was a March 1977
9 c graduate of the University of
Reg '229$ Close Out At $1 33 Regular *599M Close Out At 4 South Florida with a degree in
Elementary Education and a
3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE BY DIXIE certification in Math. She
4 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE worked for two summers at

SOLID OAK AND OAK VENEERS MOTORS Walt Disney World in Orlandoand
LIGHT OAK FINISH spent the past summer in
4222 N. W. 13th ST. U.S. 441 NORTH Temuco Chile as a summer
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DRAWER DOUBLE DRESSER AND MIRROR
Mr. Weaver graduated from
5 DRAWER CHEST HEADBOARD
Haines City High School in
4 DRAWER CHEST AND HEADBOARD AND NIGHT TABLE 1971. Polk Community Collegein
1974 and USF. in December
!' 1976. He is a second lieutenantin
Reg. *299M Close Out At $2499 Regular *599* close Out At $49995 the Florida National Guard
I and from April 27 to August 31,

4 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE 4 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE BYDESOTO Guard 1977 will School attend at a Fort National Sill,

Okla. In September 1977 he
LIGHT OAK FINISH 7 DRAWER TRIPLE DRESSER AND MIRROR will enter Southwestern
You be the
Baptist Seminary at Fort
6 DRAWER DOUBLE DRESSERAND MIRROR 4 DRAWER CHEST, HEADBOARDAND Worth Texas for studies to
become a minister.
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NIGHT. TABLE judge Byron Bagwell
$ 95 1364
Reg. *399M Close Out At 299 Regular *549sa Close Out At $44995 $1286 Celebrates5th


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; Reg. '499M Close out At $39995 All 'Close Out Priced 11111 eau more( 31)190 whh nwwer decorations.theme was carried The refreshment out in the

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ANDMIRROR ...when price the difference.Compare Duncan and Freeman

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the affair
these three quality,brand name was $1068. were 19
AND NIGHT TABLE NIGHT TABLE 8 HP lawn tractors. Wheel Horse. John Deere. In some stance,|1.11.and J.D.'s children and their parents.
$ average Also attending were Byron'sgrandparents
'6990Close Out(At $A39 95 Reg. 549ia Close Out At 44I 9 And International Harvester Each.ls known actual,quoted prices were comparable or lower Mr. and Mrs.
I Regular- for its performance and dependability than wheel Horse. Don Bagwell and Mrs. Henry

'' Now compare prices. Prices do not include local Some Morrison.
?_ taxes. prices
It's A
Facto Sacks of favors were givento
I DENMARK FURNITURE CO An independent shopping survey taken in were higher,some lower.Check your\Vocal each child.
You Can ) BetterAtI January, 1977,among dealers in over 25 maWheel Sales Inc.dealer for his prices.

I I I'I jor U.S.cities specifically! showed,the average Consistently, Wheel Horse delivers price, ELKSELKETTESMEETING
M ,. r' of the actual quoted prices for the John Deere
I Rii :- performance and dependability that are hard APRIL
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Model 81 1 was $1286;and Wheel Horse A-90
II I The Elks and Elkettes will
I Why pay more meet Monday night April 18
when you can own a at 7 p.m. for dinner and
meeting following at 8 p.m.

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Gayle Hatcher was cards marked the seating arrangement ly r :: (116r 3i Adm and Mrs. H.H. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrewsof Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Vickersof
honored at a bridesmaid's for the 35: guests. : I Caldwell of Jacksonville were Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Harrington and daughters of Brunswick were Friday ;
luncheon Friday noon in the The hostesses presented the ',1 Saturday guests of Mr. and Edward Davis and Capt and Ormond,' Beach, Douglas overnight 'guests of Dr. and
Pecan Room of the Garden honoree with a roaster in her Mrs. John Myers. Mrs. Mickey Dansby of Seymour of Tallahassee, Mrs. 11.11. Adams. .
Restaurant. china pattern as a memento of 't Gainesville and Mr and Mrs. Hallie Seymour of Gaines
Hostesses were Mrs. R.W. the occasion. Mrs. Ella Moody is visiting Rodney Hall and son of ville, Mr. and Mrs. C.N. Mrs. J.E. Thomas and j

Milner, Jr., Mrs. Charles Among the guests wereAlrs., her daughter Mrs. Charles Theressa were Sunday guestsof Christy and Mr: and Mrs. J.D. grandson, Marty Woodard of j
Hardy, Mrs. Don Neel), Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr. mother of AM ArrMR'iMf Fink in Green Cove Springsthis Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. Seymour of Starke spent Crescent City, were Friday
L.F. Dinkins, Mrs. Virginia the honoree, Mrs. Jewel week. Easter Sunday at the Kingsley overnight guests of Mr. and

Darby, Mrs. Adrian Christ- Weaver of Davenport, motherof 1 Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Casey Lake cottage of the latter. Mrs. S.G. Denmark.

mas and Mrs. Frank Hatcher. the prospective groom, Mr. and Mrs. Mike May and and daughter, Kim of Hampton Mrs. Mac Baldwin spent
Centering the Ushapedtable Mrs. Lucille Knight of son, Kevin of Ocala spent the Lake have returned from a last Monday to Thursday with Out-of-town guests at the

was an arrangement; of Colquitt, Ga., grandmother of weekend with her mother. visit with their daughter and friends at Crescent Beach. Weaver.Hatcher'wedding
pastel silk sweet peas. Down the prospective groom and Mrs. W.H.! Hart. son-in-law, Fran and Roger Friday night were: Mr. and
the length of the tables was a Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta, in Mrs. M.H. Sheppard and Mr.
Kelly Birmingham, Ala. Claude Crowson
garland of ivy interspersedwith Ga. grandmother of the bride- Mr. and Mrs. Huston Mc- After a week long visit, the was in and Mrs. J.M. Vickers of
rose florets. Bridal place elect.MorganHodges Clane spent the weekend with Caseys attended the Law Day Smyrna, Ga. Wednesday to Brunswick, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday at attend the funeralof
their Glen McClane Jimmy WeaVer and family of
son, in festivities Cumberland Law brother
his David Crowson
,
Tallahassee. Blakeiy, Ga. Mrs. Sarah B.
School ;
Rehearsal where Roger is a on Friday.
Barton, grandmother of the
student. Included in the activities -
I -- -- --- Local admittances to bride, and Mrs. Charles C.
Dinner Held AprllBMr. was a reception Chaplain and Mrs. T.A. Barton uncle of the bride
Mr.
Bradford this ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns County Hospital Friday night at the Bir- Steele of Lake Placid were and Mrs.
T.P. Thrasher
week include from Starke- and
:
and Mrs. Leaton Mrs. Ivis John mingham Museum of Art, a weekend guests of Mrs. W.B. family, all of Atlanta, Ga.;
yellow tapers in colors Causey, banquet Saturday
Morgan Jr. entertained at a corresponding with the bride's Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. JohnsTo Walker Herman Nettles, Beeson Hall on campus night, and at Mundy. Mr. and Mrs. Albert

rehearsal dinner party Friday wedding flowers. Garlands of John Powell, Mrs. Mary Luke, then the Barrister's Ball later Mrs. E.P. Boland returnedto Srhnieder, Miami; Mrs. Don

night in the Pecan room of the fern and yellow and white Celebrate 50th Mrs. Betty Killacrew, Mrs. Saturday night at the Roma her home in Athens, Ga. Clark Ft. Worth, Tex.; Mr.
Anniversary and Mrs. F.F. Hatcher
Garden Restaurant honoring mums were placed down the Esther Lunger, Mrs. Country Club. last Thursday after aunt
-- spendinga
their son, and I Laurenza Levesque Mrs. and uncle of the bride Mail-
Ralph, his middle of the table. The side month with her mother
fiancee, Miss Kim Hodges. tables were decorated also Mr. and Mrs. Charley celebration Bradford County Bessie Cox, Mrs. Clara Mr and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Mrs. H.L. who had, land; Mrs. Edna Hall aunt of
Seated at the head of the U- with garlands of fern and Eugene Johns will celebrate Commissioners have Hershey, Edgar McCullough, visited Mr. and Mrs Ogden in Alachua Speer, General the groom. Waverly Hall. Ga.;
shaped table were the bride- mums with yellow lighted their Golden Wedding an- proclaimed April 24 Mrs. Daisy Norman Mrs. Bates in Jacksonville on surgery and is Mr. and Mrs. Bob Edwards,
elect, her parents, Mr. and tapers placed at intervals. niversary at a reception on "Governor and Mrs. Charley Betty Rothgeb, Mrs. Katie Sunday.Mr. Hospital home recuperatingat White Springs; Gary Travis,
Mrs. E.W. Hodges, Jr.. the Bridal place cards marked the Sunday, April 24, at the Johns Day" in recognition of Henderson, Donald Cooperand Mr. and Mrs. Glen Morris,
prospective groom, and his seating arrangement for the Woman's Club of Starke given their contributions to the Earl Phillips; James and Mrs. M.L. Waters Johanna Lisa Newman Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardy Miss
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leaton 25 l guests.( by their son-in-law and county and Florida.Jackson Moody of Lake Butler; Joshua and daughter of Middleburg, the Dean's List in was the Connie Chasteen and Mr. Carl
Morgan, Jr. During the dinner the couple daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Baxter of Brooker; Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. John on winter at Florida Riherd, !Mr. and Mrs. James
The tables were covered exchanged gifts and also James H. Cash and their son -. Norton Dorothy Bennett and Emory Bradley, Jr. and son of Starke State quarter Hardee, all of Gainesville;
with white linen cloths. presented gifts to members of and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Duncan of Lawtet; and Ira were Sunday dinner guests of University. Mr. and Mrs. James Jordan,

Centering the head table was their wedding party. Mrs. Charley Jerome Johns. Birthdays Prevail of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bradley at James R. Flynn and Roger Melbourne; Maj. General and
All friends and relatives Lake. Mrs. K.C. Bullard St.
an arrangement of car Home movies were taken by are Kingsley
A. Kelly have been named to
nations invited to attend between the Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanfordof Augustine; Mr. and Mrs Carl
mums, daisies and Charles Blalock as a gift to the CelebratedThe the Dean's List for the fall
gladioli and slim lighted honored couple. hours three and six o'clock. Astatula spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishwere Shafer, Brandon; Mr. and

The family request no gifts, Silver Star Restaurantin with Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early. weekend guests of Mr. School semester of Law at, Samford Cumberland Uni Mrs Epiphano Romero /i i<

please.In Melrose was the setting for and Mrs. Frank Ilgen at Okeechobee: Mr. and Mrs. /

JuniorWomans Club keeping with the two birthday parties April 9. University Gray Flynn of Florida of is home the Dunedin Beach. versity. I.'.Uojk.. _K>_<.,fA.,_ 11 H
I Mrs. Donald Jackson
Holds Election Of OfficersMrs. celebrated her 20th birthday for the spring break Mr. and Mrs. Epifanio
Brewer-Patray Romero of Okeechobee and
Saturday, at a party at the A.
Silver Star given by Mrs. Roger Bradford 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardy of When Mr. Goodwrench
Gerald Wilson was Garden Restaurant.The BirthdaysCelebrated graduate of High Gainesville were Friday
elected president at the Junior club voted on "Rookieof Terry Gaines and Mrs. David School and a 1973 graduate of guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Williams. reconditions
Woman's Club meeting the Year" for the member The the University of Florida, has Charles Hardy.Mr. your
Monday night. who has contributed the most 30 guests attending recently been awarded the air
Elected to serve with Mrs. club included from out-of-town, honor of being selected for conditioner
for the during
the east and Mrs. Ronnie
Wilson were Mrs. J.C. Dukes year. The club also voted on Gary Don Brewer and Mrs. Billy Powell of Mauldin, membership on the Cum- Rathel and children of New he'll make the
first vice-president; Mrs. grandfather, Don Patray S.C. and Mr and Mrs. Morris berland Law Review of price as I
Club Woman of the Year. Both Orleans are visiting Mr. and
celebrated their Brown of Lake Butler.
Robert Hall second vice- birthdays Cumberland School of Law,
will be announced at the In- Mrs. Drew Reddish for comfortable
Saturday, March 26, with a as your car.
president; Miss Sharon stallation banquet. Birmingham, Ala. In additionto several days. ,
family gathering at the homeof NANCY NORTON
Hyers, secretary; Mrs. W.M. Mrs. Robert Autry, being selected for mem-
Abrams, treasurer. The installation president, presided over the Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray. BIRTHDAY bership Roger has also been Mrs. Gladys Weldon had 17 $1Q90 :
and awards The circus theme was On Saturday night Nancy selected by the Student plus parts the entire system for
banquetwill meeting and was also hostess carried out in the decorations. Norton members of her family home JL >f required.
be held May 14 at the was given a birthday Bar Association of Cum- W leaks check all hoses
the social hour. for the Easter weekend In-
during
Following dinner, cake and party at the Silver Star by berland to serve as Co- cluding: Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Make sure you'll be cool adjust, all belts and
ice cream were served.On Dottie Lee, Margaret Hardee
chairman of the orientation inside GM
Weldon of Bushnell, Mr. and your car check the system for
I Memorial Services Planned By UDCThe Don Brewer Friday, celebrated April 1, Gary his and Fifty Sally guests Thompson.enjoyed the Advisors Sub-Committee for next for Student Mrs. J.R. Weldon of Jackson when it's hot outside proper output
year
ville, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Right now Mr
So
fourth birthday by en- occasion. be prepared for a com.Goodwrench
W.T. Weeks as her program subject, the tertaining his nursery friendsat Weldon of Macclenny and Mr. is
Chapter, Mrs. H.B. McLendon and and Mrs. C.M. Patrick of West fortable car by letting
UDC made plans for history of the Crosses. St. Mark's Child Care Hope Holliday Mrs. Martha Weisner of Florida and their families. offering a spef y, Mr. Goodwrench
Memorial services Members were seated at Center.
Sunday, Orlando spent Easter cial low .'
May 1, at 3:30: p.m. at Crosby tables which had red roses The children were given weekend with E. L. Matthewsand and price ". service your air
Luncheon Ray Moseley Vicki Huff on air conditioning
Lake Cemetery at their April centerpieces.The clown ice cream cones and HonoreeMiss family. ,1'- conditioner And
of Knoxville Tenn. '
spent
meeting Wednesday, April 6 clown blowers. His father, with service take comfort! in a
Friday to Tuesday Ray's
at 3:30: p.m. at the Holiday hostesses, Mrs. G.J. Gary Brewer, was present Sara Hope Holliday, Mrs. Bill Coulter of Arcadia grandmother, Mrs. J.H. During this low price
Inn. McGriff Sr., Mrs. H.L. Speer and gave each child a pony whose marriage to Donald spent last week with her Moseley.Dr special. Mr -
E.L. Matthews will be the and Mrs. Herbert Thomas ride Effrain will be an event of daughter and family, Dr. and Goodwrenchwill KEEP THAT

speaker at the ceremony. served refreshments to the 19 June24, was honored Monday, Mrs. R.E. Dopson. Mrs. the u'{ GREAT
Mrs. Herbert: Thomas hadBIRTHS members present April 4, at a luncheon given by Coulter and grandson Chris recharge GV1 FEELIXG
R.E. j
Mrs. H.C Ritch and Mrs. T.H. Dopson visited points of In- DopsonCHIROPRACTOR refrigerant check ', WITH GEMJIXEGIV1

People 1 rOil Know Slade at the JacksonvilleRiver terest while here. PARTS
Club's Ribault Room Mrs. Billy Powell of 864 Suite C N.301 j
Bridal place cards markedthe Mauldin. S.C. spent Saturdayto I
Mrs. R.P. McLendon left Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas seating arrangement for Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. 9 6 Dally 4t:J.I J.

Wednesday for. Knoxville, were in Dublin, Ga., several the 25 guests at three tables. Roy Williams and Mr. and 964.8018 I

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith Tenn. to visit relatives and on days last week visiting friends The bride's table was centered Mrs. A.C. Williams.

announce the birth of a to Blowing Rock. N.C. to visit and relatives. with a silver fluted bowl ,

daughter Heather, Diane Mr. and Mrs. Jim McLendonand Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Petrelli, filled with spring flowers. t' I ( .
born March 31. Grandparentsare family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Prevatt, Champagne was served as 375.1297 r1;V A "-"'fe 964.6061

Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Duncan, the guests arrived, followedby GAINESVILLE ":f.'i 4 STARKE
McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Don Chitty left Wed- Hank Mr. a three course luncheon.As You Are
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle, Always A Winner When You From
Harold V. Smith, all of Starke. for English, Ind. to and Mrs.'Larry' Bruner, and a memento of the occasion Buy
attend the funeral of her the hostesses gift to Miss
Mr and Mrs. Bob Ferguson, of
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brewer father Forest Johnson. the Strawberry Swingers Holliday was an imported cut JffiJN
crystal cream and sugar set WAYNE KINNEYSINCE
announce the birth of a baby attended the Spring Fling and
boy, Joshua Clay, born April 2 Mrs. Kiert Sundusadee square dance at the a corsage. ,
the Jacksonville and
in Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. returned Monday after a Recreation Center in Among 1969
Starke guests were Mrs. A.N. US J01 North Prui, ,964 '300STARKE.
with Dr. and Mrs.
weeks visit
Gainesville Saturday night Holliday, mother of the bride- ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
Ari Watana in Chicago, Ill. the Gainesville FLORIDA
hosted by .
elect Mrs. O.L.
Sr.
Harry Gruen and square dance council. Haynes, till I. Nr All Vw tUitrliil/ Unit
of the bride-
daughters Erika and Alisha, Yawn grandmother "Sooner ,.." '1
Dianne was amongthe elect and Mrs. O.L. State LlcanaadReasonable or Inter Your Favorite D..I _
Haynes, Quality Sarvlca
and Melissa and Priscilla students honored at the
Jr. aunt of the bride-elect. Insured Bonded TI
Jackson spent Sunday and Santa Fe Community Mrs. Tommy Johns and ? Price

:Monday of last week at College's First Convocation to children of Macclenny were
Crescent Beach. honor Santa Fe Scholars held Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.

April 1 to recognize those J.W. Ritch.
Laurie and Beth Goldwire of students who have attained
Ocala spent last week with high academic achievement. Mr. and Mrs. G.J. Griff, Jr. rleceGsheBV ,
their grandparents, Mr. and and family of Gainesville

Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. Reggie Flynn and Bruce spent McGriff Sunday Sr. with .Mrs.

Goldenberg of Samford
Mr. and Mrs. W.H.! Green
Ala.
University, last
spent
Mr. and Mrs. John Stephensof
and family of Tallahassee
week while break
on spring ,
Gulf Breeze were Saturday
spent the weekend with his with Mr and Mrs
George
mother, !Mrs Lex Green and Flynn, Jr. visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
family. Barney McRae. V




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Brooker for seven years lost ait inetr
Accepts x.:; and clothing. The
furniture
I Darla
Is State WinnerI
Christopher Bid To Fence Fiel I Lawtey Department Volunteer is helping Fire to

A bid of$2,260 was accepted tt'R v, furnish the family with some
h Darla Christopher other academic activities from Hercules for the purposeof clothing but fire chief S.B.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. include History Club, Commended fencing the ball park last Massey said anyone else
I Thomas Christopher of Rt. 1, Student in National Tuesday at 7:30: when the wishing to donate can contact
A y, Starke, took first place in t he Merit Examination, National full Brooker Council p.m. held its the Lawtey Volunteers or the
General Mills Leader oj f Honor Society and the Gifted regular monthly meeting.it Jenkins family through
Tomorrow for Florida; Student program at Bradford was brougth to the at- Emma Bell, 782-3430.
ContestMs. High School. tention of the council that to Massey said the fire startedin
3a, Christopher was chosenout i Ms.Christopher was chosen date no signs had been put up the front part of the trailer,
+ of 8,800 students who tried I as the State Star Student for at the dump.Chairman Pierce but the cause is unknown. He
i out in the state for the contest, her over-all academic was asked to write a letter to said 17 fireman respondedwith
:d'r which consisted of 224[I achievement last May, and the county commissioners to three units to the call and
a students throughout the state. received a $1,000 scholarship see how soon action could be iIt had the fire out in a few
As State Family Leader she. for her efforts. She was taken. minutes. Massey said
earns$1,500 scholarship and i elected National President of C.J. Stalnaker brought to everybody did a good lob"and ,
."a an expense paid trip to,, the National Rural Electric the council's attention that. we did what we could, but by :
/Colonial: Williamsburg. Va. Cooperative Associative Brooker had no type of inven- then the trailer was already
and Washington, D.C. The 1 Youth Advisory Board; this tory and suggested that a gone", .
four top national winners will(i organization assists young complete inventory he made Mrs. Jenkins said Friday
be selected and will receive, people across the U.S.in areas and maintained. she didn't know where they
scholarships valued at $2,000to j I of academic placement City Marshal Twiss In-. were going to live. The familyis
$5,000. Darla plans to further her formed council members that staying temporarily with a
Darla will graduate from, career at the New College of during the month he issued 28 relative. "We're going to takeit
Bradford High with a 4.97 r South Florida, with a degreein warnings and would now start ;':' .. sous:asssi as it comes," said Mrs.
grade point average as the Criminology as an intended Issuing tickets. Twiss also Jenkins.
Darla Christopher explains 1977 Senior Class's vale major. reported that the badge issuedto Lawtey fire chief S.B. Massey and Mr. and Mrs. Malachi Jenkins examine one of three heat
science project idea. dictorian. Ms. Christopher'sI him bears an unauthorized detectors that sounded the alarm to allow Mrs.Jenkins to take the children to safety before their
Mitchell's Drugs Hit state seal and asked than an mobile home was completely destroyed by fire Friday.
appropriate badge be ordered.
I Library Week To Be ObservedNational The Starke Police Depart- Pierce made known to Alarm
Sounds.. Family Escapes Burning Mobile Hom
Mitchell's ment reported a burglary at council members that if the "'" :,- -.....
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Library Week is "Use Your
be Library Week will Library." Saturday night, April 19, and has a small leak) failed that A Lawtey family credits a the children out," Mrs. happened. The family who Hot dogs can be frozen
observed throughout the Emphasis efforts to Chief Jimmy Bowen said that there is no adequate back-up heat detection device with Jenkins added. She said at had lived in the mobile home for up to two months.
on
nation April 17-23, and individual an undetermined amount of system. He explained that if saving the lives of four peoplein first she could not get the back
celebrated locally with the Americans encourage to read merchandise and some drugs the situation occurred water an early morning blaze that door open because of the panicshe
annual more
Art Show,
with all
per- books and become were taken. would have to be hauled to completely destroyed their felt, but finally she did getit
sons in invited the Bradford County familiar with their librarieswill more This burglary is the first in Brooker by tanker and local mobile home. open and put Malachi,8,and MIKE MITCHELL
area to display be the aim of the downtown area since 1974, residents would have to haul Mrs. Malachi Jenkins said Stacy, 4, outside and returned'to
original. works of art at the Week. Library when Mitchell's and Koch's water to their homes in she was sound asleep in the get Michael, 2, from the WR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC..
library.Dan "National Library Week Drugs were burglarized Chief buckets.: He suggested that as trailer on SR-225 east of bed. She said then they went
Bradford Smith, director of the should be observed Bowen said. Authorities apprehended a precaution an engineering Lawtey around 3:30: a.m. around to the front of the 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla.
County Library, every a man in Friday, April 8, when she trailer and it burned
firm be consulted for the com- -
week of the pur-
extends to an invitation to the greater use year of by the making Tallahassee in connectionwith pose of assessing the town heard the alarms from three pletely in less than 10 minutes."I ; ;:; l j
public visit many
the library those crimes. heat detection devices that think tha alarms airrrfjjrni
facilities available to all needs and making recom- are 372.4251 .1 372-4251
said during the this theme special for week and ages," Smith said. Chief Bowen said the in- mendations to update the pre- had been installed in 1975. responsible for saving my l !
National vestigation of Saturday's incident sent water system. It was "I jumped straight up" said wife and children," said
is continuing. He said hoped that money to remedyany Mrs.Jenkins. "The room was Jenkins when he viewed the "More Cars For More People
Shrine Hospital of January 25 that Starke Police will returnto corrections could be ob- smokey and I could see the ruins Friday morning. He said
for to fuse her spine. patroling the town on foot to tained through a federal fire down the hall. The first he was working the night shiftat Than Anyone Else"T,
surgery discourage similar crimes. grant. thing I thought of was to get DuPont when the fire

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her knees, it is expectedLori
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president C.Fayne Bateman. to go.
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chin to her knees said, "I am had when home
returning
glad to be home." from the hospital was her pet '

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Dedication Set For April 17, 4Lj. /i"f''): ;". .c'. '- ,. I It

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Speaker Will Be Justice Adkins ? ,1 : ii '

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Uiwtey Correctional Insti seeking funding to expand Total operating budget for r
tution will be dedicated and three means of diverting the institution, which will ,
open for public tours April 17 offenders Into community employ more than 130 staff
as the Florida Department of rehabilitative programs members, is expected to be
Offender Rehabilitation where such can be ,safely about$3 million in the 1977-78
i DON) continues its facilities accomplished in lieu of fiscal year. j
expansion and construction incarceration.
The original ,h fi
efforts in an attempt to meet Lawtey's first phase of con- Lawtey
the housing needs of a mushrooming struction, funded by the 1975 Community Vocational Center
in June, 1973, in
inmate was opened
population, Florida Legislature, was
what had been the Anderson
IOU Secretary Louie L. located on 60 acres on State
Wainwright said today. Road 200B and was built at a Elementary School under the
"We are proud of this cost of $2,9 million by the supervision of James T.Wain-
expanded facility," Secretary Newman Construction wright, who Is acting superintendent ,
\Vainwrlght/ said. "It not only Company of Jacksonville. of the newly- r !
institution. The
will meet pressing needs of Architects for phase one and expanded
the Department, but it will phase two were Kemp, Bunch facility was first used as a
combination work release and
also be a valuable addition to and Jackson, also of
the t'conomof the local Jacksonville. vocational training center,

community The dedication! '; four Phase 60-man one facilities dormitories include and with trades about and 40 men maintenance in building

open .to the public,ceremony will begin one 100-man unit, a kitchen- release.training and about 60 on work :: i : :
al 2:111:: > p.m. "ith Florida dining room complex, admini- WyM Y 'eY
Supit'nx' Court Justice stration building, sewage gram studying for .
high school
J.inios C Adkins as the main treatment plant and a 12-foot
speaker Justice Adkins Is a perimeter fence The $3.1 40 equivalency will be involved diplomas in about LL .
(native of the Law million second work release .
ley area, phase was and the rest ; .
will be
which is located southwest of funded by the 1976 Florida
providing the basic
Jacksonville in and labor required -
Bradford Legislature contract
to run the institution's ..........
'ounty Institutional tours granted to Triest Construction ------ ---- -- []
daily
functions
will tx conducted by staff Company of Keystone cooking, cleaning, and Including main- Lawtey Correctional Institute, formerly Lawtey Community Vocational the kitchen-dining complex. These are part of the phase outbuilding pl'Ojt't.t.Center a I
members after the dedication Heights. It is now underwayand tenance of the institutional ,has been expanded greatly to Increase Its inmate capacity from 100 to 340 Phase two, now partially under way, will add for mole Wt-man dormitories, a a
ceremony will add four more 60-man buildings, grounds and equip- The facility remains a minimum security installation chapel, a gt'nt'ralst'rvlcf'S building, warehouse, iiidinlenaiu-r shop firehouse, mill I
I.a\\tey Correctional Institution dormitories, a chapel, gate ment. The buildings on the lertand center are6 .man dormltorlt's. and HI the right Is a prison industries factory :
was created by house, space for medical, f
expanding the former Lav ley dental, classification and
(immunity Vocational other functions, plus a ware- School Board For 20 CETA
('enter which had a capacity house, maintenance shop, Approves Request Project
ol imi men The newly expanded firehouse and industrial t'\\
minimum custody factory. Although several school Association for Retarded
institution t ill be designed for Between 45 and 50 men will board members were testy Citizens (BURAC) explainedhis was needed in other schools In other business, the received 11 g 9li
,\III.) with to of funding was finished until and keep that material. board '
a maximum capacity produce up 80,000 pairs about the 9 a.m. meeting time : county \
nt mill alter the first phase of work shoes per. year in the for a special meeting the first of July and to put the "When we get to a point that -approved advertising forbids driven home. (. :
const ruction is completed prison industries program at they unanimously pproved RJE building in shape for use we get no more requests for for lolocks() )) for lockersin he had lull I
A second phase of construction the factory application for 20 positions for by his clients he did have class rooms, then it would be the new addition to the high vehicle and \ '
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already underway, will The shoes will be worn by CETA project funding.A hopes of using electrical time said Arthur Gaskins, school and called for bids for a suspicious to
add tau J more to the total inmates throughout the project approval for the wiring, ceiling and paneling. board chairman.The key punch machine. lor the 1111111I.IS :
e.ip.icit> when work is Department, and DOR will April 4 application deadlinewas Ruby told the board their'Intent board also gave approval county office.Discussed charge on air ( : 1
completed in the spring of sell shoes to other state a combined renovationand was to "upgrade the for application for 10 changing spring lood ravers( I I IOVl'l'
Will agencies. The factory will be maintenance project. The complex and to make it lookas CETA workers to act as vacation to coincide with Unfair the \\'l'k(
Uiu le> is one of seven DDK the first shoe manufacturing board recommended to good as other schools, monitors in specific area of to allow children that Set a !>pt' '
facilities 1 being expanded to operation for DOR which Superintendent Tom Casey 10 hopefully better" "We wantto the high school and middle have animals in the fair to discuss with t
major I institutional status, already produces uniforms, people be placed on grounds make it presentable and a school."I participate without having S,1I11'Ills' ,, (
lour( new major institutions mattresses, pillows, sheets, maintenance for all school prideful area to the com personally am interestedin unexcused absenses. sure the Stl'pl1l'n"o(
were opened in 1'.I76, one more soap and a variety of other centers and removing por- munity," said Ruby. He was monitoring the bathrooms"; -tsoara member. Vernon followed mill
in llrow.ird County is planned items for use by inmates and tions of A building at the high. given authorization by the I have had more phone calls, Parmenter said he had tonne.\' is '
to lie opened tins year and sale to other state agencies. school that are deemed sur- (board to begin cleaning, but said Mrs. Pat Spengler.
lour more are scheduled! to About 125 other inmates at plus by the board. denied use of any surplus
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come mi line in !197K! Lawtey will learn the trades of Casey said maintenancewould materials. 9 Local 4-Her's In Orange Park Easter
('instruction t funds to build masonry, building main- be used"to upgrade the ,Casey reminded the board
housing\ lor an additional! 3.800 tenance, upholstery, aircon- quality of cleanliness and when they committed From I>
inmates have been requested ditioning-refrigeration, small beautification of all schools." themselves for the new wingat Nine 4-H'ers from Bradford (162)> 4-H'ers modeled l their Cinch t (;rill .
floral the ll\ 77 Florida legislature appliance repair, horticultureand A request by Vincent Ruby the high school they had County participated in a 4-11 hand-made outfits they madein :Mr and :Mrs. 1
Easter Parade
as the inmate population radio and television for surplus portions of A technically gone through legal last Tuesday the 4-11 club work. Front '
is continuing to grow repair. building at BUS was denied by aspects of saying the old night in the Orange Park Mall Kli/.ahelh: 1.1I\I
'Ulster than facilities have Another 40 will be enrolledin the board. Ruby, director for buildings no longer served where the garden by the pool) Attending from Brooker 4-11 ol Mr, mill :Mrs / '
been built DOT is also an academic education pro- the Bradford -Union their purpose. was beautifully decorated in Clubere: Deborah Green Law'son.; 1>. :
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Board member J.T. Parrish the Easter setting.4R'ers '
daughter of Mr, and :Mrs. and\ '
said he felt an indepth study from Baker Bradford Stanley Green: Stacey lla cs. daughters of : : I
Rabies Clinic I 'I c/ :? (l) (j/ was needed before any :'Nassau. Clay Putnam, Ouval and St Flagler.Johns daughter !Mrs Jame liases> :Marcus :'\ :.
stripping was done and a and Lisa Tucker daughter of Stephens ( ,' : :
Slated Here determination made of what Counties participated in the :Mr and Mrs. Buddy Tucker :Mrs Gar; } K
Event. A total of Sixty-two

YOUR GARDENING NEEDS I
1'ho Itrudlord( County l Health ==== =
Depart men) has announced ; .
That mobile rabies vaccination if'fi -r4y i ICE CREAM Jot :
d11111'1 ill be available in ( SpecialVEGETABLES SA' LIMIT AS ADV'AIR '" MeetSawyerSlade's J J .. M ..,
starke. l.autey.t Hampton, !
.mil/ Iliooker to give rabies t CONDITIONI '
and/ distemper vaccinations to & -, *
all uarm-hlooded! animals. SALE 964'1101 A '
The mobile units will be ANNUAL PLANTS .
under the direction of Dr R.S. e..
:Mullins ad'! ill be located at ;
local city halls on the ;;: Trays
I ill Ion dates and times i
inn : CPlants
I lampion.. April Hi; from 9 a m. 'd1. 2 Of 6 88
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to 1II\u:\( a,in Urooker, Air
tee; Conditioning
April lB. from 11 a m. to 12:30: d ,.-
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p m St.lrkApral( 23, from 9 -
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Reg. 11'
alii to I1-3U: a.m. ; and
l 1.,111!te>. .\pril 2J from I p m.
to .1) p.m Favorite Varieties
Thl'reIill be a charge for Service Dept.0mOOOOl:3m
t the lot'l'\Ice. SAVE NOW .



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To I'LlirgrounI! I ORGANIC COW COMPOSTED FLORIDA PEAT : 01l1:31U: (


Parents of (Head Start MANURE
children are asked to bring I Bushel Bag Up To 5 Ton Residential Only
Sterilized & Weed Free
those children to the civil

defense building:Monday. at April the 18 fairgrounds so- I 40 Lb. Bag 4" fig Reg. '1" $119 50 I
For Onl22 !vr
classes,\ parents may resume.meeting will beheld Reg. '2" Sawyer-Slade WillC vr.

Tuesday April l HI, 7 P m. r.li
I lead! Start asks. that all interested /II!
parents please. attend I
this important.. meeting. 1-Change or'clean filters provided by you. 6-lnspect & change belts as needed Ij
$ I
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4AOO 2-lnspect & clean air handlers, coils, 7-Check for freon leaks
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condensing units, and evaporators.
8-Meter t check compressors electricaldraw. j

OnAnyTOROGRASSMASTER 3-Check and clean drain pans.4Lubricate a 1

T.M. 9-Check motors & blowers for 3
motors and blowers.
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v.- excessive noise.

Ask The Mower For All, SeasonsIt 5-lnspect wiring controls & thermostats. 1 10-Check for excessive noise. ,t

Charley Bags Or Mulches As t
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Jots J You Leaves Mow In 1 The Vacuums Fall Up. Also Ask About Our New Year Around I t i


It's Powerful Quiet Economical
Preventive Maintenance Contract
3 Models On Sale )

About This Question: t
Push Model
"Already a home -$17995 -24 Hour Emergency Service! Factory Trained Service Technicians :

has fire been caused gutted by) by the a Reg. *219" Now Radio Dispatched Trucks Reduced Costly "DownTime"fair! I Honest Dealings Always! :


storage of gasoline in Self Propelled Self,Propelled With :

the home because of Reg. '299M KeyLectrta Start !i Call Today FOP A Free Survey

the fuel shortage.Can '
an insurance $ 95 Reg. 349M
259 9G4-77O1
company refuse to '309 95GARDEN.CENTER

pay a loss caused by

such an obviously
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hazardous action? 101tI0A1ST .


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3 Teams 2-0 In Early Play .,,'fit'"It'" '

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: In Church League SoftballFirst


Presbyterian won two night April 8. Leading First

i games and First Baptist and Presbyterian at the plate, all I
Madison one each in the past going: for-4.. were Randy
: week's action in Men's Church Martin. Buddy Paterson.
sponsored by the Steve Thomas. Phil Veltfnaa \1 a+
Stare Recreation Depart- and Randy McGovern. Mike t i
ment. Saunders and David Godsey w / +
The week's play moves the went 2-for-4.
three teams into a threewaytie Brown was 3-for-4 and Bob
for first place with identical Cooper 2-for-4 for Morgan .
2-0 records after the Road Baptist. ; ; ,
second week of play. First Baptist went 16-4 over _
Madison Street Baptist Grace Baptist in the second '{ try I IF
pounded out a 14 run lead tot goby game last Friday at Westside .
Morgan Road 2Oin Park. Jim Crosby and Mark t .
second play of the season at Milner went 3-for-4 for First
Starke's Westside Park. Baptist; G. Grable Bob
Joey Bennett led the scoring Milner and Jay Godwin went
drive, going 4-for-S at the bat, 2-for-4. and Greg Alvarez and *
followed by P.D. Cain going 3- Keith Carter l-for-4 E1H g
for-5 Lamar Williams 3-for-5, Hitters for Grace Baptist, :

Jim Christmas 3-for-5, all going l-for-4, were Pat l_
Stewart Duncan 2-for-5, and Welch, Cliff Gnffis, Ronnie '2 ;
Eddie Blalock 2-for-5. with one Rathff and Rev. Jerry Milton.
hit attributed to Mike Friday night, April 15 F
Gaskins, Gary Osteen, Calvin Grace Baptist will meet d 11
Pace each. Morgan Road Baptist at 7:30: 1
First Presbyterian Churchof pm, First Presbyterian will Lt
Starke went by the Senior meet First Baptist at 8.45: 1

Boys 6-3 in the second game of p.m. Next Tuesday, April 19, 4 it F 1,'
the night, with I run credits the Senior Boys play Madison !
going to Larry Paterson, Ben Street Baptist at 7:30: p.m. and
Moxley Buddy Paterson, Grace Baptist meets First *
Bruce Jackson, Randy Presbyterian at 8:45: p,m. ,t
McGovern, and Pete Puckett. Reserve Champion Buyer
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The 3 scorers for the Senior Current standings in the -- --- ---

Boys were Brett Marchant, Men's Church League: First
Chub Johnson, and Ken Baptist, Madison Street Grand Champion BuyerShands Talmadge Yarborough picked up the Reserve Grand Champion from Jamie Whitehead for
Thompson.First Baptist, and First Cook's Pantry of Keystone.The 1,159 pound Angus-Limousin cross brought the Bradford 4-ll'er !94

Presbyterian went 19- Presbyterian 2.0, Senior Boys Howard, representing the Farmer's and I Dealer's Bank of Lake Butler, purchased the cents per pound.
10 over Morgan Road Baptistin Grace Baptist and Morgan GrandChampionsteer raised by Janet Welch I'nion 4-11. *
the first game last Friday Road 02. The 1,237 pound Angus-Limousin cross sold for 11.46 per pound.

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Tennis Ends Bradford Union Steer Show & SaleThe




Season 8-8 officers and members of the Bradford-Union Cattlemen's Association


Bradford High's Chub
Johnson went 14-2 for the wish to express their sincere appreciation for the support given to this -
season record, with both of his
season loses going to St. '

Johnson Augustine's a freshman Walter,Faraday.will start a very worthwhile youth project by the organizations and individuals

out in the number one netter J
position as a sophomore in the .
beginning of next seasons V 0

play. ..
"We ended up with a pretty ...., T


we going together fair just season in couldn't for in,some with one get good each our match scores player drive,", I .I Buyers For SteersVernon Steer Add-Ons




Coach commented team had did"Mike only very says one Sexton.well Sexton BHS senior consideringwe "I netters on thinkwe the TIP!!!! !! Farmers Parmenter& 'Dealers Bank Across The BoardJ.W.



"I'm especially pleasedw i jt ;//as> Howard & Riherd Construction Osteen
'.h Johnson, Griffis, and Forsythe Plumbing Ga-FIa Poultry Supply Company
Kodnque's play for the Fletcher Farm Equipment of Nawberry Forsythe Plumbing
season, and Samons and Florida Bank at Starke Bradford
ThanksAuctioneer County Farm Bureau
Carver played some good Special George Pierce Florida Bank at Starke .
tennis also." said Coach Howard Auto Parts Dolph E. Reddish
Sexton. The BHS netters top 4 Pine Air Farms Hipp Ford Tractor
singles players went at Angeleta Hayman Dean Ward D. a D.Timber of Lake Butler Lake Butler Farm Center
follows;; Chub Johnson 14-2, Jim Godwin Distributor
Gainesville
Sun -
Steve Griffis 10-6, Kenny R.P. McLendon, Pictures Alachua Milling Enterprises
Union County Farm Bureau
Bradford County Telegraph, Good Coverage
Rodrique 9-6, and John Bradford-Union Cattleman's Association
Bradford Fair Association, Jerry ft Barry WhiteheadPine
Samons 78. County Good CooperationBlalock's Community State Bank of Starke
In the number 5 singles Meat Market, Special Rates for butchering, chil- Brown Brothers Store Air Farms
position. Terry Carver 4-6, ling and wrapping for local buyersS.C. Columbia Livestock Market Andrews Directors Drugs of Clay Electric

Robbie Pierce 22. Carlos ft H. Farm, Special Ratos for butchering, chillingand H.S. Camp & Sons Mitch Brannen
Hernandez 1-0, Tom Whims 0- wrapping for local I buyersAwards Cook's Pantry of Keystone Blalock Meat MarketBradfordUnion
1. Bingham Seed Company
Arthur Gaskins Swine Producers Association
"Just fizzled out" commented J.L. Alvarez
Guaranty Federal Savings ft Loan Association of Lake Farmers Mutual
Coach Mike Sexton as Butler Exchange
the Columbia County Tigers Lake Butler ApparelJ.T. Florida Pest Control of Starke
went 6-1 by the Bradford High Parrish: D.M. HaleJacksonville
School tennis team for the last Marvin Pritchett Livestock Market
scheduled match of the season Craig Salley Gainesville Buyer of Re-Sale Steers Moonlight Enterprises
4-H Record Book Contest
Lake Sawyer-Slade Gas of
Thursday, April 7. in Starke
Sponsored by: Triest Construction Sportman's World, Inc.
Vermeer Hay Equipment
City.District tournaments set The Rancher Inc. Winn Dixie Mr. J.D. Odorrt Jr. (Owner) Jamie Whitehead of Lake City
(Mr. Leverett Crews)
April 14.16'Sexton's
netters went 8-8 for
the season on their loss to Weight-Gain Contest
Columbia County. The BHS Sponsored by
: Thanks
To
tennis team had their 7th Alachua Milling EnterprisesMr. Add On
defeat against tough St ( Ernest Spencer)
Augustine with a 5-2 loss
Friday. April I.
The Tornado netters will see FFA Record Book Contest
action for the last time of the Sponsored by i These JudgesShow To Individual SteersGerald
season in the district tournaments Gainesville Stockmans SupplyMr.
which are slated to ( Hal Herring)

start today. Judge Mr Sloan Baker Sanders
.".. Showmanship Trophy Award ,,'- Showmanship Judge Mr Larry Reese Guy Andrews Glenn James Norman
BIISI-CCM 6 Sponsor*by: Record.Book Judges Debbie McKinney Clyatte
Z.W. Hamilton
Mr. Jimmy Alvarez 4-H Mr Jesse Godbold
Bill
Trinks
1)) John Samons vs.J.. Tax Appraiser ;;.- FFA Mr. Ginger Bread Farms
Larry Reese Dukes
Appliance
Store
Summerall best two out of Alachua Milling Enterprises
6-7-CCH Farm Credit Service Kentucky Fried Chicken
21 three.> Kenny 2-6. Rodrique -vs.- Home Grown Contest .... .... Veterinarian Bobby Anderson George Pierce Rowell Cobb
(
& Steers)
Sponsored by: Aging Mouthing F.M. Norman Cobb Livestock
Ronsonet best two out of
Dolph E. Reddish Sportman's World Inc. Ed Carter
26CCH.
three. 5-7. Sheriff. Bradford Marlin & Gifford Rhodes
Nicely Parker ft Mlche Welding
31> Steve Griffisvs..- Hunter Eddie ft Dorothy Starling
John Whitehead (Steer Graders) F.M. Herndon
best two out of three, 5-7, 2-6CCH Bobby ft Gayle Johns
SheriffUnionDonors
Lavon
Andrews L.V. Waters
41) Chub Johnsonvs..- Myrle Brown R.J. Shannon
Tweedale best two out of V.C. Brooks Tri-State Electric
three. 6-2. 6-4-BHS. Garnet Dukes Adams Limousin
5)) Terry Carver-vs' Martinez All committees wish to recognize and express their Billy Howard Paul Starling
of three appreciation of the very valuable assistance and A.I. Douglas Country Hub
best two out 2-6, 0-6-
CCII. counsel given to them by the following gentlemen: Glenn Howard Ray Crawford

Donald Dukes. Brunswick Christian Supply
.DOUBLES1) St. Regis Allied-Operations Greg Alvarez, Jim Brown, Roy Dukes A. ft K. Feed Store
Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Paul Hutchins, Clark Woods Howard Auto Parts Joe Dicks

) Samons and Rodrique.- Elsie S. Sanders, County Judge Ag.Teachers Sam Johns Pam Thomas
Summerall and Ronsonet 0-6, Jeneva M. Flynn, Supervisor of Elections Western World of Orange Park Red Clyatte
67CCH. Charley E. Johns Agency, Inc. Bobby Taylor J.M. Howard Clyatte ft Tatum Electric
2)) Griffis and Johnson -vs.- Joe Shaw, Lake Butler Standard Service Station Bradford County Agent Peacock ft Ward K.M. Clyatte
Hunter and Martinez 3-6, 2.6CCH Lake Butler Rotary Club Roberts Cash Store Farmers Mutual Exchange
Logan Fink Hitching Post
Lyman Green's Bar-B-Q Hackney Brothers
Rivers Hardware Union County Agent C.J. Tyrell Lake City Tobacco Warehouse
Gerald Griffis Butch Faulkner Mar Wood Acres

Softball TourneySet Archer Funeral Home (Starke a Lake Butler) Lowell Parrish4H Walter Williams Moonlight Enterprises
Thomas Groc. Providence Coordinator Bradford-Union Counties Harry Faulkner Sr. Terry Parrish
In BrookerThere Mar-Wood Acres Roy Clark Jerry Parrish
Lottie Lee Archer Bradford County Fair Association Cooperation Support Coastal Oil Hazel Paulk
Robert A. Driggers and Facilities4H City Transmission of Gainesville R. ft W. Farm Equipment
will be a "round
Leonard C. Rowe ft
Leroy and Josephine Addison Family Herbert Parrish
robin" softball tournament in ft FFA Exhibitors and ParentsAdministrative Whirl Pool Corp. Felton Smith
Brooker Sunday at 1 p m. with Rosco* Seay S.C. ft H. A.J. Saunders
Parrish's Food Store
Assistants
for a
three teams competing James Stalnaker
first place trophy. Roberts Motors ft Equipment, Inc. Mary Sue Tomlinson Barbara Reddish J.B. ft Geneva Whitehead
S.M. Brown
The Brooker team NAPA of Bradford e County Telegraph Betty Edwards Sharon Bennett W.P.X.E. Radio Station

Lake Butler and the Keystone Nancy Lee
Merchants will participate in -

the event.

-------------- And'May We Again Express Our Very Sincere Appreciation For Your Support

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J Green Machine Wins Invitational Tourney HereGreen



Machine of Starke Hasty'a play going 2-for-3 at followed by G.M.'s Jack Green Machine went 34-4 was 5-for-7, 8 RBI 3 HR; Kenneth Carlton had a perfect
took home the championship the bat with a homer. Other Rhine's 2-for-3 at the bat. over A.B. Paul Trucking from Donald Falcon, 5-for-6, 2 HR 5-for-5 game at the plate,
trophy in the Hasty Green hits for Hasty Green in the Furred into' the loser's Jacksonville in G.M.'s third The win over Ray's put GM, slamming three home runs
Invitational held April 1-3. At first game were: Wuss bracket G.M. proceeded to game. Kenny Carlton knockedin coming out of the loser's and driving in 5 runs. Eddie
Starke's| Westside Park, witha Sheffield 2-for-3, Arnett Lee 2- win five straight games. a total of 12 runs going 6-Ior- bracket, Into the finals againstthe Douglas also had a perfect g
2715'win over Hasty Greenin for-3 with one homer, Gary Green Machine shut down 6 at the plate and 5 home runs. undefeated tournament game, going 5-for-5 with three 4 S4Ea.
the final tournament game. Melvin 3 for 4, Gene Melvin 3- the Jacksonville Merchants Jim Garlington went S-for-S host Hasty Green. Had GM home runs and 7 RBI's. Woody
Hasty Green of Starke came for-4 with 2 home runs. 45-9 on 43 hits including 13 with 31 I.It. Randall Symons 3- lost this game, Hasty Green Strickland was 5-for-5,
from 2 down ((10-8) going into home runs. Jim Garlingtonwent for-4, Randall McGee 3.for-4, 2 would have been the cham- Randall McGee 3-for-5 with 3 x
the bottom of the second to Donald Falcon lead off for 6-for-6 at the bat Including II.R.y John Watson 4-for-S I pion. RBI's, and Bobby Stevens 3- v/ at 6wk0da.Y.
take the Green Machine 10-11 the Green Machine's play a homer for the But the Machine continuedto for-5. / {
in' the first game of the day going for-4.. Including a evening. Other hits included U.K.A.B.. Paul Trucking of pound out hits, going 20-6 by Dennis Crawford led Hasty
Tony Dobie, a one time home run, and 4 runs batted Kenny Carlton 4-for-5,8 RBI 2 Jacksonville's next victim Hasty Green in GM's fifth Green at the plate with a
player for the World Industrial In Eddie Hazen went 2-for-3 U.K.. Eddie Hazen 4for6. 4 going down 34-4 in the third game. Jim Garlington and perfect 4-for-4 and 2 home
team lead off for with a homer and two KBI's. RBI, '2 lift GM game Slugging Kenneth Eddie; Hazen both went 3for4at runs. Terry Stratton went 3-
Carlton paced GM going 6for6 the plate with one home run for-4 with a home run, Wuss
at the plate, including five each. Randal Symons was 3- Sheffield 2-for-4 with a homer
Badcock's Merchants Win home runs, and had 12 runs for-4, and seven other players and Ray (Hull 2for4.In .
batted in. Bobby Stevens went were 2-for-4. Johnell Smith winning its first tour-
I 6-for-7, had 9 RBI's and 4 and Terry Stratton led Hasty nament of the season the
home runs. Eddie Douglaswas Green, each going for-3 with Green Machine had a .60(1(
In Men's Open League SoftballThe 5-for-7 4 RBI's 2 HR; a home run; Dennis Crawford team batting average with 62
Eddie Haien 4-for-6, 4 RBI, 2 homered and Ray Hull was home runs. Eleven Machine
lilt 2-for-3. players batted ,500 or better,
Starke Misfits were Merchants 25-Dupont 5 Pendavis, G. Shuford, and R. GM, then went 34-21 over 'The GM win evened the two eight batted over .600.
downed by'the Badcock Mollerup going 1 for 4 at the Ray's Metal Works of Waldoin local teams at 4-1 in the Kenneth Carlton led GM, at ': .1aY
Furniture team of Starke in The Starke Merchants lxl h its fourth game. GM had 14 tournament and pitted tnem the plate with a ,742 average
the 3rd series of games in the shutdown the Dupont team Other softball action in the home runs led by Bobby against each other again in with 13 home runs and 35 Green Machine scores run against Hays Metal Works. I
Men's Open League sponsoredby with a 19 hit 21-5 game, for the area included a 19 hit 21.5 for Stevens who went 5-for-5 at the final championship game. RBI's. Jim Garlington batted
the Starke Recreation second game for the second the Starke Misfits over the plate with four home runs GM took the championshipgame ,741 with eight homers and 13

Department at Westside game of the evening in the Dupont Wednesday April 6, at \ and_7 KBI's. Kenneth Carlton 27-15 over Hasty Green. RBI's. Eddie; Douglas batted iiiiissam-e of Jacksonville 32-3 eliminated, 24-12 in HastyGreen's
Park, Monday, April 11, Mens Open Softball league at Starke's Westside Park. .700 with 8 home runs and 19 in the second game Gary :' third game! .lolniell
followed by the Starke Merchants Starke's Westside Park. W. Harper was the leading RBI's. Donald Falcon batted Melvin! led 11C( al the plate, :Smith; (led IKi, ill Ihe plate
going by Dupont on a Merchant hits. attributedby hitter for the Misfits, going 4 Struggling Golfers .bij4 witn 13: KBI's. Eddie: going 5.fur w ith 2 home runs. going( 4-for-5 with four home
21-5 shutdown' in the second : K. Thomas 1 for 4, M. for 4 at the plate followed by: Ha/en batted .GHO with 14 Kay (Hull, who "received the runs, Danny :MeKinneyenl
game of play.Carries Grace 2 for 4, T. Pahdino 2 for Tommy Wise 3 for 4, Donnie RBI's and 7 home runs. Bobby most! valuable player trophyfor 4.for-.> with ::1 i lilt \\uss.
slated for the 4, M. Branson 3 for 4, B. Wise 3 for 4, B. Malone 2 for 4, Stevens hit 9 home runs for the the tournament went 4- Shl'lfic'lcIIII" -Mor-5" with :2!
following week: Misfits will Bishop 3 for 4, S. Byrd 2 for 4, Ricky Bennett 2 for 4, R. Two Try tournament lor-5. \\ USS :Sheffield; was 4- lilt Arm-It I.l,(' XUIK ::1 l [for-3
take on Law ley Wednesday D, Kilby 2 for 4. H. Williams 3 Thomas 2 for 4, F. Wheeler 2 Drop After beating GM in the f April 13, at 7:30: followed by for 4, C. Osborne 1 for 4, L. for 4, for the evening. 'opening game;( Hasty Green T'ryIrutton, :; was :3-for-S 4.fo.lith. : one lilt (;laiyMclvin n'
the Merchants.- Badeock Kasley: 2 for 4. Leading hitters for Dupont advanced unbeaten for four \\ith /I i home run. waslor3:) ;; with on'r;
Furniture at 8:45: p.m Leading hits in the Dupont were: J, Womack 2 for 3, L. 18 games. HG beat Ken- Itiiv'H :Metal Worksis Iii(.
Hits for Badcock included!: lineup include: L. Brown went Brown 1 for 3, J. Testone 1 for Again April
N. Waters 2 for 4, B. Johns 3 2 for 4 at the bat with P. 3, A.B. Whitehead I for 3.Bradford -
for 4, L. !Mercer 2 for 4, G.

Cubbabe 2 for 4. E. Akridge 1 Ocala Forest went 145 one match, followed by a 45 score
for'4, W Tetstone 1 for 4, J. over par for 4 men, over by Casey that didn't count. BHS Baseball Squad Trying
Alvarez I for 4. BIIS's 164 for the 7th loss of Casey finished 4th in the state
T Wise, S, Cox, I). Wheeler, the season for Bradford play-offs last year and was I
F Wheeler, W. Harper, It. High's golfers Tuesday, April low man against Clay High.
Thomas all w ent I for 4 for the 12. at the Starke Golf and "It's a thing of beauty to To Regroup From 11-4 Record
Misfits with L. Gilpin going 2 "
Country Club, with the 6th loss watch them hit the ball says
for 4 at the bat.
Adkinson of the Forest
of the season going to Clay
High on a 171-156 defeat In golfers.
H Green Cove Monday, April 11. Eastside High School of :3 3 at the plate with a triple. open the name 1 Kitchens,,
The Tornado golf team Is BIIS 171-CLAY HIGH 156 Gainesville edged by the Jimmy Prevatt balled 2-lor-4 followed\ with 'his ilouhle II h)
: Netters slated! to see action again Bradford High School Baseball with one double. scored! holh runners. \\ tilt l 11\"
Lady Monday April 18. against the "Not too much you can say. team 5-2 for the llth loss "We are trying to re-group out. Charles ltc\: el was ,s.lIt'1111
Eastside Rams from You just can't win when of the season for the Tor- and pick up some momen nit error, putting l bull> lie amiKillhens .
Send PierceTo Gainesville.; everybody shoots in the 40's" nadoes. Tuesday April 12 in a tum. says ('oachlIke: : on ha"-e. .loekt'l. '
The BUS golf team had its commented Coach Warney home game with Baker High Hartley. followed with a ::1 l'run home
filh win of the season against Adkinson as Green Cove went edging by Bradford High run over the Il'lI 1 I 'field '('Ill'\ (',
Live Oak with a 157-186 vic by the Bradford High School Baseballers for the lOth Brad- Baker High edged C-5; by giving the Tornadoes! a short
DistrictThe tory. The two losses against golf team 156-171 in Green ford loss of the season Mon Bradford High baseballers lor li'l'cI0: /iidxanlaue.I'akercaine .
Clay High and Ocala Forest Cove Monday, April 11. day, April 11, Macclenny.! its third win of the seasonMonday. ; \ right\ back l IIIIIhall'
team put the BITS golfers at 6-1'f Bradford High went 27 over The Tornado ball team will April II, in :Mac of tit first with li\crim-"
Bradford High School 7 for the season. par in the match against Clay see action again Tuesday at denny..lelf Crews held the to lie the score ;3-3.; ;; on till C'"-
girls n'I1"rsraplX'd up the war High, with Lee Casey shootinga 7:30: p.m. against the Tornado nine to three hits, hits, two home runs ,.mdsinnle.
season Jo'ridayp'i\ 8, in 4 over par 40 for the best Gainesville High School just one alter an initial lirsl and a walk
Lake City going,( over BITS 1G4-OCALA FORREST score of the day. Scott Roberts Purple Hurricanes. inning explosion hy both .Linn's I'uill U'il oft \- ith. ...
Columbia County 5-2 for the 143 went for a 7 over par 43 for the learns, for I the win. He struckout ,solo Itiime run. Ii I 1'iev,
11th victory of the season. second position for BHS in the BIIS2-KS1I5 9 and walked five sale on an error. I. lion. \
The last scheduled matchesfor Bassmaster president Pat Welch, accepts a "Lowest score ever had shot match. Richard Gaines and With the game tied 2-2 after With the game tied ;3-3; ;; filler walked and ll.inild. ii.illo\t.,
the season are to be held at Builders Certificate of Appreciation from Sheriff Dolph Reddishon against us. That's the finest Joe Valinski shot 8 over par the third inning, and no score the first inning. Baker scored! lollowed with .1 I Hintmi..
Westside Courts in Gainesvillefor behalf of the Florida Sheriff Boy's Ranch at Live Oak. The golf team we'll ever see,"" 44. Gaines was only 3 over for either team in the 4th. the inning run in 'the third! lioiner oxer I Ihe uulii: ,' tn-ni, ,,
the District Tournament local sportsmen took 10 boys from the Ranch on an all day commented BHS Coach until the 9th hole on which he Eastside scored on 3 singles toting Baker's \\ iilksledtualked leiu-e. niakinu): ilulksteil !
starting al 8 a m., wilh 12-14 fishing outing at Kodaman Dam. Saturday. Warney Adkinson. Bradford's took a 10 to go 8 over. and 1 walk to put the winning 3 and! scored the wmninU \\ ; ,) il'1'r(74 flit.!!,:; \ I"L!" "
schools participating. golf team just couldn't run edge over Bradford. run on hack 'lo buck\ run Slit ,tli//wild.tiiU-h'' '1ii,1t; ;:" ,
The Tornado lady netters clmpl'le'Ith the likes of Bert ''" '''Going' only 12 over, Clay The Tornado teanY\\'ent for singles! by P.'HCld .'rs and C: sntgls1.14 I>> glil' .10 ,.II p1'')?,,'JJr:'. .Q
Wereshut down by Gainesville Local r Bask i Club Commended and Chris Yancy nephews to look the match with a 2 over its lone 2 runs in the bottom of Jones. told pilVli iiii'l to ,hurt "II
lligtt School for their 4th loss professional tourer Bert par 38 from Tony Knight, and the 3rd, with Kenny Aycox The visiting Tornadoes led UrouiuliT" with plot| > :III"i I.Inckt'l
of the season Tuesday. !March For Taking 10 Boys FishingA Yancy. Chris finished with a Rock Hutchins. Clay High's leading off the inning on a off the top of the first" by ,lust Ins.. hllli' ..::.
29. one under 35 for the match Tim Knight went for a 3 over walk. Aycox then stole 2nd scoring I ive runs on Iw o bits, a against t one \\ III, "I h' allll\ll'u
"Pleased overall, for the against BUS with brother par 39, with Bob Kirker with Prevatt at bat. Prevatt double by :Mike Kitchens and ahome live lilts' f-lnu k mil. :i\i .,
season" commented. Coach Builder's Certificate of Reddish.! He added "this is Bert following with a fine 2 coming in with a 41 for the doubled to knock Aycox in for run by pitcher" .I.lellery.locker. walked live !II!<' l lu,-i II l I I''... ..
Melba Howard. "Every: year Appreciation has been given just an example of the many over 38. Ocala Forest's Tim match. the first run, followed by a ./ Ititless. extept 'H"'I I 'In
(I've had someone in the finals to the Bradford Bassmasters ways that local citizens can Butscher shot a one under 35: "We're not "hitting the ball single by Tanner.that brought Kilb\', the lead off own and third iiiimiu "Miuili''H"1, I
and I expect at least a 3rd or Association through Sheriff und should show their concern for the match with Greg Allen at all. We can't putt, we Prevatt in for the second. Jimmy 1'1'.111HII"c'oI In hrsl 1 intmit.'.
4th place showing in the Dolph Heddlsh on behalf of the for persons less fortunate than finishing with a 37 for the day can't chip." Richard Hall pitched the
Districts this weekend. Florida Sheriff's Boys Ranch themselves" Wade Winkler and Joe "The wind blows on losing game for Bradford,
Top lady netter Lynn Pierce of Live Oak.) Welch said the association Valinski were the high scorers everybody," Adkinson told his with only 2 of the 5 runs by
will go in for the Number One has many projects in community for Bradford with 3 over 39's. players when they said the Eastside earned. Hall went for Bass To > Sc .If/Jri// all .1
position in the District tour- The Bassmasters receivedthe service and the fishing Scott Roberts and Richard wind caused their scores to 9 pitched walks in Ihe game. urn < v .
ney. !Ms., Pierce finished her certificate in recognitionof trip is just one in which the Gaines both went 43: for the "fall over. Jackson Prevatt went 2-for- Capitol'
reason with a commendable (their participation for club is involved. Last year Billed as I the "Bass winner. Tournament cuha.t'' ,
10-3 for the season. Freshman taking 10 boys from the ranchon Welch said, the Bassmasterstook of the World" the historic:; Arlington' urea .Livrers id.liicksnmille
Janice! Joekel will take the a day long fishing trip to 10 boys on a similar Girl Tracksters Win Despite Setbackscame John's River will be the site of anti M'.AMil
first position in next seasons Rodman Dam fishing trip and this year ten the :National; Bass ..Isgociaton's donate all prohs! Irmn 'Ihrt''eft
play with an 11-2 record for "I personally want to thank also w ere able to go and spendthe through without Cindy/ ( third semi-pro luul'ml'm'nt to I Ihe Kapler *'..rllSncit'tV |
the season. Pam TUl'k'rent Pat Welch president of the day at Rodman Dam. "I was really pleased to w J in. behind prior to the final two for a first place. of 1977. :;
11.3 in the top line-up for the association, on behalf of the "We are trying to share our Anybody could easily have let events. Tournament waters' will lxi.lflimits '
BUS lady nelters.BHS5CCH2. Florida Sheriffs for giving the good fortune with some up," said Coach Jerry The move paid off as Linda The move netted BUS I 14 The t\\odil'l'lIl will In- to conteslanls, IniniApril
kids this opportunity to persons less fortunate." said McUriff after the Bradford Richardson won the two mile points while Green Cove got fished out of the Sportsman '<;:> until 'tit start' nl' Ili( ('
Welch. only two for a final 62-57 win. Paradise! (Lodge at \\elaka. on PI'i'l'lll''J'UUIICI' :2'.i) Kittrxlees :
participate, said Sheriff High girl's track team edged! run and Cindy Griffith \\hodoesn't
that Taking the week of Spring( Apriltoand :May; I following U are $.ill> per angler 'Mnl\
Lynn Pierce went 6-3. 6-3. ((12-57;: April 29 over Clay High usually run vacation off from competition cltiy of practice. Hack bass I 12:! inches or" longer
BUS. Pam Tucker 62. 7-5, in Green Cove Springs. distance was second for a the BIIS girls will continue Based on a full JiHi-angler) I will he le.!al in the loin'IMA
BUS. :Merri Ormsbee t.6. 2-6 :McGriff's, lady track team is total of eight points. The mile working on their own to be field. bassmen\ will IK- I lishmg and all live fish weighed! in
('("II, Donna( Samons 3-6, 3.6, Golfers Split! Two Matches slated! to see action again in relay team of Nancy McNeal. ready for the next meet April lor a $2. ('('11. Janice Joekel 6-1. 6-2, the District meet to be held at Debbie Gomes, Carolyn $1tI.lHH''nl' but the Easter: 'i'ht' ('\ "III also hl" ;in
BHS. the Bradford track Friday, Comes, and Laura Chase still 13 and the district on April 22. Seal Society will he the big eight:i fish duly limit'

In the doubles matches; April 22, at 3 p m.
At HomeTornado
Pick Win
Pierce and Tucker went for a Up Running without several ..
8.2 proset win for BHS,
key performers due to a tennis
followed by Drmsby and
Samons going i 8-1 overColumbia golfers split two Tornado golfers 157-186 for the match injuries, and other "
lounly High for the matches to maintain a 6.5 BUS:; win."My committments, it all came
51 h win of the day in Lake season mark in pre-Easler 'lop four boys are down to the final two events.
City, to put the Tigers down 6- vacation play, losing by 17 scoring close together, and McGriff did some fast figuring
I. strokes, fill-180 I : to tough( scoring idle consistently," and switched Cindy Griffith
Ocala Forest Thursday, says Coach Warney Adkinson. from the mile relay to the two
March: 3t, and coming back "We had three very good! mile run. BHS was six pointsttatittict
Prevatt SignsScholarship Friday April I 1. with a 29\ scores lor the match, and "I Iwas Think i
stroke lead 1i7.18Iiin: over pleased with the win
Live Oak at the Starke Golf commented Coach Adkinson. Long tump. tPr) .ha. Clay
and Country Club. N ." DMurphy. BHS. li'i"SILma.
III IS IHO-Ocalj) Forest' 16:1: BHS 14'1".
Hign" Jump. IIRivan.' Clay.
B11S137-UveOak 188 "Had\ a bud day" .'." liMe N..I, IH S, .'!"
With LivingstonSenior Lee Casey came in 2 over commented\ Coach'arney DC. Gomtt. IHS .'2". Printinh999Q
against LIOak for a lll: Adkinson as the Ocala Forest "It-Yard LH. IKtllamy.CUV. .
par
.10 4 DJordan. Clay 10 1IIP.
on !9, holes at Starke Golf, and Golf, ( team ('lit 17 strokes by Coltrana. INS 11.4.
Ihn>("->ear quarter- Country Club. Casey took a ::1 i the Bradford High School 100-Yard 0..". IDr.154
Uick lor Bradford High School on the ">lh hole to birdie on a golfers at the Forest course Clay.' .' JYoung. Clay II.'
Thul'sd.lIarch: 31. with DLink BHS. II 1 X
Prevail signed a one 4."The.
Jimmy par Milt' Dun- MOrill.in, BHS.
going down 1HO-163 for Forms Letterheads
last BUS .;
year football scholarship boys are pla'in'l'ry/; 1:11 UMicHardtan. BHS. 00
\week with Livingston StateI'imersily consistently, and are coming the matches Tornado score JIM......... Clay. Ml.noYard Programs Menus
of Livingston.Alabama. in with some !good scores" ba 1I0CIII'd. RaiavIIBHS,. Booklets Invitations
7:774 lOabnia Oom.
Tornado Hichard
l. Pro 1I'rblerres\ at the Top Contract
says Carolyn Oomat. AnfonattcBright Notices '
instrumental in our Golf and Club. Gaines, lead off in the numberone .
"Very :Starke; Country Virginia Crawford) { '.
Statements
success in past ;3) years" says Scott Roberts( shot a birdie position going 5-over-par !)Clay 1 It t Receipts \
Athletic (Director-Coach i I on' no. ::110 l come in w ith a :)8) for 41 for the !game. Chris Yancy snot''." Put.lltpancar.IIBtrrv. ClOY BHS.I.'J. Direct Mail Pieces and others I : :
(pat id I horse During Ihe thi' cyears the day, followed by tight. of the Forest team beat 11.,'." Juawmni. BHS c
of quarterbackmg lor shooting Richard Gaines Gaines' out hone stroke to 17'4". .
'nt for birdies 5 take him 40 for the day. D'Ie. DSptncar. Clay. ,
ihe Tornadoes Prevatt completed (Games( on : .
." '." .
W > lIBorry. INS 7'
BIIS's
went
over 50 percent of his out! 7. coming in for the last Burt fancy by DHawmnt. BHS. SP.440Yard UGJUI.1JW
passes.: I I'revllIIl'nt 10-2 on two holes of the match only to Scott Roberts with a four Oatri. llCnaio.BHS. .
Ins passe in his sophomore double bogie the. 8th hole.Games stroke lead 46-42 to furnish 441 I lispvnctr. Clay.
BUS withits second loss. It 1 IPty) .r>. Clay. 70 J.to .
>car 8-i:t in his junior year. sliced his tee shot into Yard Run. llGoimn,
and !9.3' : in his senior year for cedar tree on (he ninth hole Wade Winkler look 10 strokes BHS. IiJ 1) Jordan Clay. .
l.tsl season. hut made a fine shot to the over par :3n)< against Ocala's S,17 1) R. S ":\lIllIlIy did Prevail throw green, but fell short on his put Tom Craggs. Craggs went for 1:14.: ,
DBHS
for Ihe take .IO.M..y Halay.
4 day to
ti I line game, but he won at for one over par. over par 1:01.S I Virginia Crawlord/ ,
least. ::1 l names: for BHS in the Winkler 4046. Lee Casey Ivann Link. Anti....".
(KISt' on field goals" says Wade Winkler tied up with finished in the number 4 position right. Laura CnaM llClay

Hurse. 1''e1I1Il'nl, for a I na\ idlane\ )' and Mark going;( I II I over match par to shoota 1:11.:220.Yard D..... 11 vou.". 1E I II
the Tom
in the Townsend whose best score 47 for ;
pointer" :2 seasons ago Oloy.: II.' tlHurloy. Clay Ml
last minutes of the game to for Live Oak was 43 for the Butscher took Casey coming( Bryant., Clay. 71 I. M1
home with a fine 4 J. Two Milt" Run. DRichardwit -
the
tie against Winklers score gave
break a 14-14 tLiv. '
W.
,
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'J S. 1114 aiormim.BHS 135 Call Starke Fla.
,, field ,
;\hH'l'lennJimm 14:41 JIM.te.) ..". Clay. ',
r.,. goal _attempts put Bradford IS..'. I
ahead for the win against St. Milt HtlayDBHS) 444tlancv 964-6305 ,
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Augustine and Live Oak in his .....xJ----/; ( --, r.-; : ... McMtal D bOit.
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junior year at BHS. --:-: -: I Chait) 1l Clay S:II.
1 "JmnIs a very hard What .a way to go: Henri ChrUtophe, King of Haitl.com-. 440-Yard R."y- IICI.y..12'....
worker w ho know how to play milled suicidewilh a silver bullet, the only thing. he believed IIBHS rlgnl.' Virginia It 1 CAntl.Crawford
w ith pain.:* commented Coach could do the job. ,..nn. Lln_, Linda Sawytrl.
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Insurance . From Page 1substandard
Annual Horse Frolics Set This SaturdayThe '

tI t- .. Silcox voting for; Waters and homesltes,
recreation Improvements
Bradford Roping Club beginning at 9 a.m. will be eight clubs and the Clay Mavericks, Orange Epps against $50,000 in for Reno, street
will be holding its annual There will be riders from all association which are: Bit Park; Baker County Riding Spectator Pee Wee Dampier and $19,000 in administrative
t horse frolics this Saturday, over northeast Florida, said n'Spur, Sundowners, Rainbow Club, Macclenny; Nassau inquired why Brown should paving, costs. He said the
Roping Club secretary Bar- Rebels, Callahan, and the not be given the entire in-
I ,. Riders, Southside Riding and the'
April 16, at the fairgrounds maximum,
I I bara Carter. Those attending Club, all ,from Jacksonville; Bradford Roping Club. surance package since he was $2,000 was actually expected -
There will be 360 trophies low on workmen's com- contract was
I 6 vr away which were pensation, and would providethe to cost around 1200...
Methods Are RevisedA Increase
I ,. Snake Bite Cure Drastically given by merchants of other services for the The matter of Hoffer

Starke Gainesville. and the same price as Roberts for Rocky city
,
tlesnake, shooting the venom he
The speaker said that 40 who claimed
per mechanic,
lot of old-fashioned ideas into a horse; then, after the cent of the time when a snake surrounding areas. "If not for Mayor Commissioner offered more salary at the,
about "snake bite" remedieswere merchants out Schaefer replied that the was
built helping we
antibodies takingit
are up strikes a human being it does months, was
six
end of
shattered council wanted
to its
by MaynardCox
out again for use as a serum. could not have had as big a "spread
,medical technician at the Cox said that unless the not inject it is any venom horse frolic as there will be," business around." referred to the Committee on
Florida Snake Bite Treatment Therefore important to said Mrs. Carter. Dampier protested that itdidn't Salaries.
snake bite venom gets directlyin '
know which snakes are work of repairing'
Center in Green Cove Springs, "spread any my way"when The
the blood stream, causing
the Starke poisonous and which are not The Roping Club said there he lermite-eaten floors in the city
in a talk at Rotary death in the first few minutes, was formerly in the
because it would be useless to awarded, without
is
hall
no charge for was
Club last week. admission. paint business.
there is usually time to get the
Cox warned that if you or a the Green Cove inject anti-venom into Everyone is invited. There Commissioner Epps bids, to Gene Edwards. ,
friend become a victim of victim to said that victimsare someone bitten by a harmless will be a dinner served con' brought up the need for a new
snake bite the last Center. He snake. He said the rat sisting of chicken and rice fire and said the
.q,m ry. thing you flown into the center from engine, YouthFamily
should do is to apply a tour- all of Florida, and even tlesnake, the cottonmouth baked beans, cole slaw, iced Council should begin making Dixie
parts
niquet, cut the wound and try and moccasin, and the coral snakeare tea and also 'a concession plans now for the purchase of t
from other states, foreign
to suck out the poison. He the three most deadly stand open for soft drinks, one in the not too distant DayA
I, i x showed several color slides countries. varieties in this region. candy and all kinds of cakes. future. He said the two

depicting the dangers of this engines now owned by the
method, which can result in Military Exercises To Close Blanding "We are hoping for a big city-one a 1957 model, and the pre-season Dixie Youth

loss of the affected limb and plans officer at Camp turnout Saturday, April J6, other a 1962-were outdatedand Family Day, sponsored by the
through cutting off the blood Blanding Lakes will be Blanding. and if you have a horse you had already met disfavor Starke Recreation Department -

supply. Cutting can also injurea closed during the spring and Training will be conducted would like to ride or if you with insurance underwriters, will be held at 1 p.m.
.." tendon or a nerve with summer months as a result of April 23 through June 25. would just like to come and who had recommended a 750- Saturday, April 16, at' they.
I serious consequences, Cox military training exercises in !From June 26 to July 8 there watch we would like to have gallon truck several years Pratt Street Field.
Joey Rills: : Hooks Big: Oriel! said. He also warned againstthe which various National live Guard will be a break in activity you," said Mrs. Carter. ago. Epps was told that a new Four games will be played .
units will be firing
ammunition ,
use of so-called "Snake resuming July 8 through July truck, like the present f' with the American and
The one that didn't get away was a 10 lb. 3 oz. largemouth bite kits," which can be on air defense ar- 24.The last exercise will begin "Parents should come out would cost around$45,001< ..J National leagues getting a'
bass caught by Joey Higgs early Friday morning In Lake Alto. harmful in the hands of tillery and according mortar to firing LTC August 6 and continue to and keep children involved the city could expect to get chance to play against each .

Joey, 14, caught his first "lunker" OB a black grape 6 Inch amateurs.Cox William.ranges E. Ellis, operations August 20. and keep them out of trouble," only three or four thousand other.
plastic worm.Joey Is the son of Air. and tirs. Donald A. Riggs of said that computer said Mrs. Carter. dollars for the old truck. No Dinner will be served after
Rt. 2, Starke studies of bite victims show action was taken in this the games. Regular season
that the first seven hours or so BIIS Second In Bradford InvitationalThe matter. play will begin April 18. ';
after a bite are the most There will be standard Schaefer announced that t The DYB will see its first

1 critical period. If the victimscan Bradford High School BUS took control on the final games run in riding the North Central Florida league action of the season
cloverleaf, Texas barrel and Tuesday, April
be treated within that Regional Planning Council Monday
mile of the meet with
track team hosted the 9th relay a
weave, pole bending, basket 18.19, with the Braves goingup
period, chances are they can annual Bradford Invitationaltrack 3:38.3: for the first place win by had been awarded $2,000
weave, and arena race and an the Mets for the'
be saved by injections of horse meet Friday April 1, Franklin Bell, Esau Bright, contract to prepare the city'sformal against
open game which will be the Cora first of the American
game
WhiCh is always application
serum
Williams and anchor
missing the second place win Floyd ,
long Texas barrel weave. To League, and the Dodgers VII.
available at the center in Clay David Carter. $214.000 block grant, In-
by half a point to St. man
enter to ride there will be fee National ;
a Giants in the League'tor
Green
Memorial at cluding such projects as sewer
Hospital in the 440
Augustine, with Baker taking Carter went 52.0
of $3 and in the ride, $1. the second.
w Cove. The anti-venom is ob- open hookups, improvement of
1st.! .St. Augustine 2nd, yard dash for Bradford to take ?
t tained by milking a rat- Bradford 3rd, first place in that individual

event.
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MT FAIR Sirloin Steaks CENTER SAVE CUT,, $158


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SUPERMARKETS 3Q < I OFF Ride 3Ov OFF Jpanto


Catch From Rodman Dam Clip The Valuable A'.
1 1 PANTRY PRIDE ANA

Charles! Sterns and Mike Clemons proudly display this catchof Coupons in this Ad & 1 Pantry Pride 100 COUNT COFFEE ""
Stripers caught from Hodman Dam. \ \ "i !

Save Up To... : !
TEA BAGS 69 < I CREAMER C9v I


Fall Hunting Dates Announced 3 4 2 l WTTN THIS COUPON THUBt. AP...14.THRU AP* 2O 177 LIMIT-.!Of 1 ) I WITH THIS COUPON THUflt.. A.... 14. THflU AP.* CfNTt I I IOP
*COUPON WITH A I'SO'OII MOfll POOD O RDlli.TO*AC CO... "C--DID. OPF COUPON WITH A S7 ftO OH MONK POOO a"--r.- CXCtUDtO. I J
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Fk.nkli sportsmen can the workload resulting ,(rom

circle the :second: $tyrday\ in the dove season and other p. \.." .. .. '-r_...,.. __.... ____._ ...___......,. ,.' -"u ".

November; as the start of the activities occurring at this ALL ITIM1 AND PBrCH/ GOOD THU....,At**. 14,THRU WID.,AMI 20 177.QUANTITY fttOMTt MtMEl_
1977-78 hunting season. time, it was decided that Bargains in Grocery -
The Game and Fresh Water of the
adequate policing
Fish Commission meeting additional hunt would be BEER & WINE
Wednesday. April 6, in Talla-
,- hassee : its approval in impossible. Ou IVIHVOAV VOW.*.I TIC
COMPARE
gave: Spring turkey gobbler dates hO.mic.v ...ra A a nuconcotiShapiro
principle to hunting and would be March 4 through 26 SAYS Wines JJ'9' 30'
., fishing regulations with the south of State Road 50, March II lu Utut Sllll w.... nmu ( EveryDayLowPrice ,.
n. '''.z mi Sin i
kickoff date for general 2 north of Libby Corn 3/89/ 11-
11 through April Pink Champagne $199 60'
hunting season set for State Road 50 and March 18 tal ( I) .. '
November; 12. lii"utCh PUNCH 17u H I IUS II'N t
in the North- "cIM
9
The Commission's final west through Region April Dressing 3/M/ German Style Beer $109 30'

adoption of the proposed regu- Possession and daily bag ANSI MCI 47'
i
I"' IationswiileomeattheMay13! limits remain the same as Mashed Potatoes 3/M/ IDaNnC f LAUNDRY

I', which meeting time in changes Tallahassee in the at 1976-77.In addition, the Commission HotS110og' Chili 4/M/ 34'3M SAYE DETERGENTS SAYE

'. Wildlife Code.which were also adopted the regulations for Su CM imi EveryDayLowPrice |956Vienna EveryDayLowPrice 144

.! approved in principle will be the 49 fish management areasit Sausage / 1r _

'", adopted. operates throughout the
Deer turkey and wild hog II lu KOUNTY KIST 84oz TROPICANA
I", state. Bars Flavor Ice 89 10-
under the
season proposed
In other action, the
dates. will run from Commission voted to parti- llu IWFoamy EARLY BOX APPLE
JUNE
:November'; 12 through January cipate in the National Rifle Detergent 3/M/ 4r
22 in northwest Florida and Wild- I4u rwm nw
Association's Help Our *
8 in the rest of the 69 so-
January state. life program which is already Waffle Syrup PEAS COMPARE r-" 'OY JUICE
underway in 25 states. The HIM 11.1.MYNNIBathroom wro
Small game season wouldrun is designed to en- Tissue 39 to- .
from r November; 12 program Tomato 10'W
Soup 6/M/
courage and provide a means
i through February 26( in the entire / IMIDeep
; for to report llu IIAIt UMV WITS MM II 32oz
sportsmen irnuiiru
Brown Beans 4/M/
: state with statewide 5/l
a
archery season beginning violations laws.of wildlife and NINNIIIPudding Sliced Pickled Beets 3/M/ JARSTOKELY

September 10 and concluding hunting The next Commission & Fruit Cups 69C 11' ITuMKHCmH log

October 2. meeting has been scheduledfor Lemon Juice 57C
The :Northwest'; Region
Tallahassee.
May 13 in
would again have a primitive-
Commission members are: NHii'
weapons-only season lasting Randolph R. Thomas, tar +li' o' io' "rl'"
Irom January 28 through
Jacksonville; E.P. "Sonny" PANTRY PRIDE PANTRY PRIDE t6o STL'S
'Ili
February 12. Burnett, Tampa Donald G. CUT GREEN
;
'"' A proposed statewide Rhodes, Satellite Beach; ICED TEA ICED TEA Royal CrowCOLA

muzzleloading season was George G. Matthews, Palm BEANS
MIX MIX
voted down by the Bernard
Beach: and R.
'. Commission. With the present Parrish, Jr., Tallahassee. PLUS DEPOSIT
J complement of personnel and a* 3/89'/ :


Architect's Contract New Roofs
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Topic. Of _Meeting. Tonight 0. .. COMPARE 0 N'"wro.. Bargains in FrozenFREEEH i Health & Beauty Aids COMPARE Ira w"MNNS.-.. -w MYI ro I
A special meeting has been meeting nine sites were approved 1 NNtIM DNINI tat lu INN '
set for the Bradford County at a cost of $113,000 24in. Bar B $59 9 I0' .
-Q Grill [COMPARE "'""" = COMPARE """" 'OUM" Tomato Sauce 6/M/ 31'
School Board tonight with two sites considered as KMMIBarBQ ION NYCNr ION MNIr Wro

(Thursday. April 14)) at 7 p m. alternates and dropping Grill $399 99' llu CM III( Ml UMM llu PtfffNM IIUINLambrect a NTMMIW OUBIIII I p It 111 Ml OMt
In for clarification of contract Starke Elementary until the Pizza 771 12' Deodorant Stick 88 e 3i<' Webbed Chair I $541 s9'N
N
I N/out nw(MM II status with the school board covered walkways were n M1.NIINLrIrNYI

I it, architect Salley's Craig contract Salley came up replaced. Kendall Motor Oil 59 26' mm nuiK'KwiimiFrench Fries 99* 1FoamyIINNIINMNINa Shave. Cream 88 i* 37' Webbed Lounge S1091 1:.00

/In for discussion at the special Sites the board slated for - .. 1N null nu NLLI miniDownyFlake _
repair were Lawtey, $32.584;, Donuts 2/M/ Mermen Body Lotion 99c "'
;;,,11!i meeting of the board. April 1, EveryDayLowPrice 3S6
uni but board attorney Jesse the middle school. $16,907; i4M nuiii m rna IMMI INN 1114 In IM WWf *

l>, Wolbert was not present and BMS gym.$439; Hampton, 1 1 Fish Fillet 99 30' Dandruff Shampoo 79 20'
Southside, $3.510 Vo-
the board recommended $4,505; ;
Vb I FRUIT & NECTAR
iu uutill now 4Lender's N t'M1wwN
discussion with the attorney Tech administration $1,170; to<
1 Frozen Bagels 39 Bayer Aspirin 3/M/ 39'
1
the
present along with the architect. Brooker, $4.505 high FRUIT
school, $2.925; and the county 1 'Pantry Prid J.R. COCKTAIL

,1' Also on the agenda for the office, $18,135.Reroofing 1 OR

meeting is approval of school for $31.590 at the 1 TOASTER
roofing projects for listing on Vo-Tech building and 1 MORTON PRELL PEACHESSiuEmmSZt

the project priority list. The cafeteria were listed as 1 PASTRIES 1 POT PIES LIQUID
state of Florida Department alternates and the board

of Education in a February dropped repairs for $22,230 at 1 AtftOMTID FLAVOft 1 SHAMPOO
a'/1 I> school made
1976 plant survey Starke Elementary. IttSOX .
the recommendation to repair ---TMMra-* ..
aasnLw.... T)Of IACM ew.a.m A 4/l
.hNi' or replace the roofs at every .00-.. ,

(" school in the county.Superintendent .1. e. .r

Tom Casey Car Wash A Success
said the state has given approval -

used for for all state school money sites to ex-be .of The the First Christian Christian Messengers Church i:'rltrrr'" .";"dY 1'-if;:; ..it.;.. i-:rwtiir.. fei't?" : j2JSJmmSmS&.; *-' -' J2CHUN ----t..w rrrrtis, i i--I '.ilrarfrr ,t-.f > ..a'>


cluding the administration of Starke had a car wash April ., 1 I. liAVE 7 CA.SH I SoAVE R CASH I:"/t-(1 SAVE 70 1 CASH I' I SAVE l' CASH SA:. f 'J r ,,..
building as part of a trial 9 in the back lot of the church. alJ? h. Iri eooi" .j}"! '?iT..r! ?!!?fFli j 1e
explained
package. Casey K.N 'rrro
*" -""." "- OREO .

..'I"'/r."*, counties Bradford in was the state one of selected three Those who participated, 1 DIVIDER .AK r.. CHAS KING ICOO''II., .' BREAK '" I FOLGER'Si' ::1'IC.SIAL'I'U1'' Ij I I C..SCO'' i

Marcia Goodge, Lynn Johns, INNNN42.S CA.NNN I 'I I' VANILLA 11'' CRGM teeeeeTa....lLN
for this type project and it Christie Faulkner and Carol ._= Igor .AUCI ,sat t!ACIG10a .1' I' I HALF GALLON I: I
0"CAlI La .
would free local money for .rr- -:1.: 1 I I' I /ht PAC".s I 1 1 I'I CAN
Hayes thanked the sponsors ,-=f -+rwa=rl7tw ; =----r:==u_ -:=Z' 'r-J I =waw"r. 5. =:iw .' = w.wa..r.... L': .. N _
Y9 other projects. -' ; ,; .=.:'I:_ .1. w.Nrw :=.C.attiNw w..w ;
and those that t brought = _
people :
In the March school board their cars to be wa, ed. !..----......, ..------...-...;;---.....- -....-r-.r.utirrlU-.. .. ----...-, .rr----...
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April U, 1971 TELEGRAPH Pages

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Bible School Clinic Set For o" ""'''''' '':':':''':':':':':':':':':''''''':''':::::::: :
To Celebrate I lOOth : *
Baptist IIII'niiiRB/' f 6t FirstDapttot .." oS
Card : !
Of Thanks
The New River Baptist The First Baptist Church of and later at Red Men's Hall I
Association will be having a < J. Starke will celebrate its 100th located at the site of the i; '..:_*' I
clinic April 19 from 7 to 9:30: r birthday Sunday May 15, withan present City Hall.
p.m. at the Grace Baptist 'M Old Fashioned Day. Additional members and In appreciation for the kind
Church for workers of Vaca- ; workers in the early church ness of the Bradford County
tion Bible School 'scheduled In 1877 a group of Baptist were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hospital staff. My thanks alsoto
this summer in the various ; men and women organized the Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Dr. C. Hernandez, Father
Churches: of the association.All ; First Baptist Church of Jerry M. Johns. Joseph Foley, Father Flynn and all
workers of Vacation ; Starke. The following were Thomas served as Senior friends for their prayers and
Bible School are urged to ; charter members: George W. Deacon of the new church
attend this planning meeting. ; Adams and Mrs. Sarah L. until his death in 1900. Other concern.Mrs..William Vogeney ,
Mrs. Lanette Grlffis, associational ; Adams; the Rev. S.S. Brown deacons were Dr. Tate Hchg :
1 vacation Bible school ; : and Mrs. Rachel Brown; Powell, Col.! Thomas E. Bugg, Ilin I I
director for the New River M r w.wrx Robert Keith and Mrs. E.A. Prof. G. C. Looney, W.F.
Baptist Association, will be Keith; J.F. Talliaferro, Mrs. Malphurs and H.A. Farmer. We are sincerely grateful t 104 !
Anna M. Talliaferro and friends and neighbors for their I
Robert Talliaferro W.R. On January 6, 1879, JamesD.
; kind acts of sympathy
I Working Set At lJe Il/a Glisson and Mrs. Rachel Jones and his wife Ally during many our sad bereavement.

4'A -) Glisson; Mrs..S.G. Sanders; Jones, gave to the deacons of Our appreciation cannot be,.
Thomas and Mrs First Baptist Church and the *
There will be a working of Joseph adequately expressed for
the"Old Cemetery"of Beulah Mary E. Thomas. successors in office, the lots at food beautiful flowers tm{
Baptist Church on Highway 21 the corner of Jefferson and prayers. The family of !Mrs;
Robert Keith, a Clark Street with the B. Mr and !Mrsrf ,-
in Clay County on Saturday, retire Thelma Dyal:
April 23. 964.8060'I( Baptist minister, was provision that "if there shall Albert Sparks, Mr. andIrs! ) !
,All persons interested are ) among the first supply pastors be no First Baptist Church of Bobby Dyal. J I
Starke the lot of land Is to
asked tocome to the Until Henry T.Talbird became return -
that morning, equipped cemetery with : : resident pastor in 1884. Services to"the heirs of James D. ,.,aililltl ) \
Jones.
were orginally held in I

the public school building In 1883 plans were begun for leaven
located where the presentWoman's Our recent sad loss .
the construction of the first
hearts toward, I
ith
Club building stands us w grateful
building. The work was neighbors and friends. Their'comforllng.expresJions

L L LiI aw completed, furnishings and of J
REVIVAL FIRST BAPTIST
installed and the
seats were and thoughtfulness '
,CiLw i, ILL CHURCH OF RAIFORD church ready for dedication Mill sympathy always be remembered.The .
Church
The First Baptist ,
Raiford will be in a revival about July .1, .1884. family of Halph HisbyCHURCH ,

April 1724. The Rev. Terry
Flower Cross Of God of the
PROTECT YOUR CAR VAN, Signifies Purity, Compassion Cranford Brooker Baptist, pastor Church will

<6> and compassion and the Love of God are exemplified in this flower cross decorated be the evangelist. Wallace StAIR \ \\\\l\ ES
will be
by the children of the First United Methodist Church of Slarke. Mooneyham of Raiford :
leading the singing.
Stop heat damage to "The fact that flowers come alive In the Spring exemplifies the power of the cross and the lo\e of Come hear the Gospel .t. lH
transmission. Double cross"says Itev.George Harper,pastor of the church. preached, good singing and
I special music each service.
Easy installation. flower cross, built: by Vince Spengler, Is decorated each Easter at the Methodist Church
$ Services will be at 730; p.m. PARK BAPTIST KIHSTl'MTKI: )
I STARKE MOTOR PARTS blooming flowers the children bring from home. The children decorate the cross In the 15
each evening and at 11 a.m. on CHURCH :.MKTIIODISTtlll'HrilSUNDAY:
between Sunday School and the morning worship service.
mlSS W Brownlee St Starke Sunday. Rev. O.D. Brooks
Hugh II.Walters, Pastor Orange Street : 9:45: a.m..
Church School; 11 a.m.
SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 !Morning Worship with


ABOUT OUR SMILESSAE ((9 <9 B:: a.m.a.m.Service WEDNESDAY;;Evening Worship 7 p.m.Worship:Service Prayer 7 p.m.11 nursery : .>d.mt.IIIIUI'Tls'r.


FOOD Kev.James! Starling

SL'NUAY: ; : Sunday School,
PICK YOUR BVE! pICK GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 10 a.m.; Morning Worship. II

f ( Highway IUOA South a m.; Training Union. 6 p m.KDNKSDAY .;
: YOUR 119 Jerry Milton \\ : : Mid-Week

Golden Bananas Btti FAIR 964-5636!Pastor Prayer Service. 7:30:: pm.KIHSTfllHISTIAN ,


\ l- SUNDAY: Bible School, 10
a.m.; Morning Worship 11 : ;

q ntry SUPERMARKETS a.m. ; Children's Choir CIILUCII
2Ol OFF 1 OO OFF Practice, 5:45: p.m.; Training Jim dote, :Minislrr ,

Union 6:30: p.m.; Evening I
I m are pleased/ to accept Worship. 7:30: p.m. Sl'NDAY: ;\ : Sunday School '
i ANY u VINYL CHAIR OR | WEUESISunday: ; 9:45: : a.m.: morning service; I
I FOOD STAMP School Workers Meeting 7 10:45: : u.mouth; group li\
EGGS"I
I CHAISE LOUNGE a.m.; Bible Study and Prayer p.m. ; evening worship. 7 ,
I DOZEN I I 7:30 p.m.; Adult Choir p.m.: Choir practice. B p.m.
10 WAY VINYL 1 UllWCOUPONS. Practice, 8:15: p.m. \\KDNKSD.\Y' : : Bible

I lW1Tt4 TM*COUPOM.TMU.s.05. 14 TMW._ 20 1TT. LIMIT-!Of ICH CIMT J II l.M THIS COUPON THUMS AM 14 THRU APU]0, 177. LIMfT-1 6?EACH ceNTJ t._. JI, "A Church Where Study. 8pm.AI.I.KXfllAI'KI..
: COUPON WITH %.FOOD OKOIR.TO "CCO PRODUCTS XCLUDCO : COUPON; WITH A*7 SO OB MOftl POOD OflOKN.TOfACCO PRODUCTS .
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Bargains I 11 Meat ALL ITIMI AND pmcit oooo TNU"S.,AP*.M,THKU MO,.."'.M.I.77.ouNTRYuQNI*.5ISIAYUP.. ... 5' ; ? .!.. 11 RevJohn Kljnn "The Friendly C'hurth"7l ......

SUNDAY: ; : 8:30:: a.m.. Holy !' Pine SI.,Starke11ev
Eucharist; 9:45: a m., Church K.i. lleaslie, Pastor.

MIIMAI 'OVYTI v COMPARE 0..0.. ,........ School; 11 a.m. ; Holy I
COMPARE IOU HNC.. I ro. '0..N"U' yo'0 Eucharist.. WEDNESDAY: M'MAY: : Sunday School

EveryDayLowPrice (3 1 : 7 p.m.. Junior Choir Prac 9iu:: a moo !Morning/ \\orship.
uS s a nmi in I mi tU iixo g imsi ASS lIIDlII na I
2Iit 20J29 < tice; 7:30: p.m.. Senior Choir ."
Boneless Stew Beef ?, M38 lT Chipped Meats 39 Practice. II a.m. Evening/ Worship. >
p.m.. lirst Sunday only: love
Vi ""'CU'"I."1111 ''''" BONELESS BEEF "IIUCM
$168 311 $ 30'JJ59 least 7:31)::!(> p.m. Friday before
Cubed Chuck Steak I Agars Ham Patties MADISON ST. BAPTIST lirst Sunday.

1111L114I NI III. 30EveryDayLowPrice < BOTTOM ROUNDSTEAKS 1 SIC,, iou na Rev.Charles R.Swartz

Corned Beef Briskets ,, $1W Lykes Baked Picnic 40' SUNDAY: Sunday School, :MOKCIAN IUIAI)

.1.ml''U'land' Sausages"PSIqSAY. $J79 20' 9:45: a.m.;Children's!Morning Worship,, sl'U.Sund..y: IIAHTIST School. ,
11 a.m.; worship
.Lot OR ROAST Mir Mini 11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: 10 am.Iorning: orship and
L' $ 21'| Services for the Deaf a.m..
Grill Franks J88 p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30:
iito\ .
Union :
Training : p.m.jon'ning
I LOTS OFCHICKEN US "'"L'nc $ 60'' p.m.EDSD7:30 Nursery: ; provided. .m. : Worship. 7:315:: p.m.
GOVTINSPECTED p \\ : : p
Spread \\EU\: ESU.1id: -"l''k
7:30
Youth Choir Practice :
I HIM' Monituuit nimi 11,1 nc 1'ra.ver Service and BibleSiudy.
CORN FED 21' p.m. !Mid-Meek service, and at
I Slices 98 8:30: p.m, Adult Choir 7i:: p m.. ChoirPractice.

I INIII' HUM, t|'|CUP practice. 11:1\:!: p.m.
.1 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS ,*
J BREAST QUARTFRS WITH BACKS COMPARE OYI...,.KIN...... 1..wro...... Cream 59e 16'Lo.
CAIA'AHY HAI'TIST
I WINGS \ NECKS I C.IB4.ET PKGS ,
"
HIM III !
4 TO 6 LB PKGS. u aT r Ktnctii, ..in mr Cheese 58* \"' FIRST ASSEMBLY:: OK ('lIl'm'lI!

FRESH Chuck Blade Roast 15880 21' w iwmit n cur "The happy GOD\ Church Jim Hlack. PastorSUND.II'

OR FLORIDA GEORGIA mum imiPork Ribs ,98' 21* Agee Cheese $109 10 1110".16. Weldon St. : Sunday School.
Slarke
... !9:45,: : lI.mlornin: : ( Worship.
PREMIUM
"i 15.1 ni sl'U.Sunday: ; School.
.
II am.: Kvenmgorship. 7
GRADE 59 20'
FryermCombo. Pkg. ;11 U89C 20' Hot Dogs 10 a.m.; !Morning Worship. 11 p.m.
r< a.m.; Evening: Worship. 7

p.m.
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rr tr tr Tr )r )o'f' W"USESUYouth: STAKKK;
FVNE TASTE ON-COR r meeting. 7 p.m; Bible Study. l'Ill'ItCIIOF'(01)Rev.
:.M.K.: Drake
7 p m.
SLICEDBOLOGNA FREEZER QUEENDINNERS Pastor Robert Harden

Welcome one and all! Sunday: Sunday School IU)
ASsonrto CMNMINS ii In. :Morning \\iwbhip.. t IIa I

.m.: Kvenmgorship.. 7
!. 2 99 p.m.
, IB PKG FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: : llcdnesdayI Family
CHURCH Training Hour. 7to:: p.m.
I II I Dr.Jack (Hand minister Friday: I'rasor :Meeting

7in:: p m.
in Produce Bargains in Bakery SUND\Y: Sunday School.
Bargains
gaP ht 9:30: a.m.; !Morning Worship.. SI.ItS.n.PTIST: ('lit'ItC'II
O PICK SPECIALS ICED !lam. Elder: T.('.\\111I11 nlS
MOUNTAIN GROWN WESTERN SAVE 10' SWEET EATING is HONEYBUNS T Ill' It S U ,\ \' : Choir "On the search for III

D'Aniou Pears u 29< J SNAK practice, 7:30: p.m. friendly church
CAKE
ciisr ociKHnis SAYE 10' CAHTA.
i FIRST IL.\PTIST'IIL'ltC'll Welcome to limy rna
i Red Apples 3L.: 89* PAK 2/$1 PAK 49 Rev. Ben Bryant
OF 8 OF 3 St'MlAY: ; : Sunday School.
LOUPES lM Sl'USunday: ; School. 10 a.m.. Worship Service, II

SAYE T NN 9.45: a.m.; !Morning Worship.II a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m.,
per Discount f b a.m.; Church Training 6:15: Evening Worship. 7 p.m.
LARGE C 111f1 ji: 1b PAKTY FlANtM TASTY KAKE pm.;' Evening Worship 7:3(1pm : ( All visitors are warmly
59 CIOWIMIIAFOWNN welcomed. We preach the
FRESH FLORIDA
36'* SERVIENROLLS _ChocolateCREAMIE_ WEDSESDFamily: death burial and resurrectionof I
EACH the Lord Jesus Christ.
6:15 j
Night Supper : p.m. ;
POLEBEANS SAVE 30' Sunday School worker's Come join us on the Lord'sDay. ,

3/l meeting, R.A.'s. GAs, .
/' 11' T Acteens, World Friends and
!Mission Friends 6:45: p.m.; t'MTEIJ: ; : PENTECOSTAL: :
Fresh Hour of Power, 7:30: p.m.; Clll'KCII
I TASTY RAKE I PACKMarshmallow
FRESHBROCCOLI Green FLORIDA Treat 89d SAYE 30' Adult choir. 8:15: pm. 204 Water Street
THURSDAY: Visitation, 7

CUKES GRAPEFRUIT PANTIT pm. WEDNESDAY: Bible
Bread 2SAVE/ | 9'
Rye SATURDAY: Bus Ministry study 7:30: p.m.. .
visitation, 8:30: a.m. FRIDAY people's
Young
BUNCHW Jf PANTIT PRIDE HEAT I HIVE 12 PACK :
3/M/ 1 SAVE 181 service. 7:30: p.m. .
Dinner Rolls > The First Baptist Church of SUNDAY: Sunday School.
10 a.m.; Worship Services II
will have a Centennial
.. _. Starke and 7:30
a.m. : p.m.
......- Homecoming Sunday, May 15 1
: tI E crvD.iyLowPTKC @ and celebrate with an Old

> : 1, Fashioned Day PINE GROVE ;
founded in f
The church
QUARTSSSUSSffSSSSS.1i LUX f
WATER
I I'I January 1877; will have MEnIODlSTl'IIl'RCIi
MMSTONIANTIniUll I HOSE LIQUID various events'using the Old Rev Ben LColelna'SVNDAYi ,I' i,

I U Fashioned Day theme '
I MJMMM COOUMT ";;') 'emphasizing: the 100 years of Sunday School
.
1 UU.GIiI .r 99 I LIQUID service by the church. 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship
-m<: DETERGENT Also expected to Join In the II a.m.; -Evening -Services
l'
celebration are former 7:30: p m. :
...L&.Rrl
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... pastors,former members and TilURSDAYt. Prayer

'YOUR DISCOUNT SAVINGS AOORESS.320 SOUTH WALNUT ST. Ir friends. Meeting 7:30: p.m.. h
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b. Wearied by three hours of futile fire-fighting. School Superintendent Tom Casey gazesm .
dejectedly at all that remains of just-completed RJE Head Start cafeteria. "''!
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Leroy Patterson who first discovered fire and "
Ollie Brew ton, cafeteria cook, exchange notes with
burning building in background. Note salvaged food
rl supplies hauled out in child's toy wagon.

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County volunteer fireman U. Hitch Green dons
;.I r. Some years ago the late President "We had been given permission by the r oxygen tank and smoke mask to enter burning "A"

(then Senator) John F. Kennedy wrote a School Board to use and help renovatethe wing, used by Head Start.

,:- best-selling book entitled, "Profiles in entire complex and had plans to

;;i Courage," detailing the careers of expand our present 25 clients to at least Volunteer from LateyO'lrf'\ '

n' several U.S. Senators who had faced 60," Ruby said. "We are also applyingfor s water into the blazing shambles that Department once was pours main

l seemingly overwhelming crises during a new $77,000 training grant from entrance of HJK School.

.r' their careers and met them with courage HRS District III, and will be in Lake ,
I
a: and dignity City Thursday to review the application.

." Sunshine Acres is training retarded Starke Rotary Club president and county volunteer )
'II But all of the "Profiles in Courage"aren't citizens of Bradford and Union fireman Freeman Hegister III watch falling roof as L2)f
Lamar Scott and U. Hitch Green self canlaiiid
unpack -
.. being written in Washington. Counties in gainful employment in order breathing apparatus.At : 1-
that they might be at least partially self-

+"+ Some take.place in the small towns of supporting."We .
America. ( left) Volunteer helper Kstes Isn't( weeping for
.. 4S HJK\ he's trying to block dense smoke out of his lungs.

'J Such courage was shown this week in are dismayed, but not discouraged

a!4 the face of disaster by two who haves ," Ruby said in regard to

worked long and tediously to bring Thursday's fire. "We have no intentionof

about a couple of minor miracles for thebetterment trying to use the RJE site at the

} of life in the community and present time, but will be looking for an

\ saw their hopes and dreams go up in fire adequate building with a sizeable plot of VIEWPOINT

r r', and smoke at the old R.J.E. School in ground in another location."

: East Starke last Thursday morning.

In an impressive ceremony on April 8, I'h'UM', God -- I'm Only 17 _. _..
All the more remarkable is the fact 1956 the R.J.E. School was dedicated to 1S t "... a"with

that neither of these indomitable persons the memories of three black leaders of Editor Telegraph: The day I died was an ordinary blood. Pieces of jagged i
I school How I wish glass were sticking out allover
threw up their hands in despair at the communityRobinson Jenkins, and Spring is here and another day.
.
I had taken the bus! But I was Strange that I couldn'tfeel t
.' t the terrible loss they and their projects Ellerson. On April 7, 1977 the dream holiday season is rapidly too cool for the bus I remember anything
.:. sustained but when questioned after that they had shared with the white approaching Soon our young how I wheedled the car out
people will be out on the roads don't
Hey pull that sheet
: the fire, were already making plans to community was destroyed perhaps in full force heading for the of Mom. "Special favor "I over my head I can't he dead.

emerge like the phoenix of mythology forever by fire, apparently intentionallyset. beaches and other recreation When pleaded the"All 2,50 the bell kids drive I I I'm only 17. I've got a date

,I. rising from the ashes of disaster ready We cannot help but feel however, resorts. threw all my: books rang in the tonight t am supposed to grow

to live through another cycle of use that their spirits even now, will be Tragedies, in which young locker. I was free until 8.40 up and have wonderful life. I
fulness. backing the efforts of CUBS and people are either killed out tomorrow morning! I ran to haven't lived >et I can't be

BUARC to better the lot of the lesser- right or maimed for life are the parking lot excited at the dead.

''One of the two persons referred to blessed children and adults of the already starting, as you know thought of driving a car and Later I was placed in a
from reading your own being my own boss. Free! drawer My folks had to
is Nelson of CUBB community black and white-and so, we
Sally Agency newspaper, and those of other identify mehv did they
whose Head Start had just are will the community itself when communities It doesn't matter how the
program sure nearby accident happened. I was have to see me like tillS \\hv
t completed renovation of the RJE cafeteria the opportunity comes again. I would like to see the goofing off-going too fast. did I have to look lit :Moms

where breakfast was being prepared following letter used in every Taking crazy chances. But I eyes when she faced the most
for 54 underprivileged children newspaper and by every tele- was enjoying my freedom and terrible ordeal of her life Dad

r the morning of the fire. Work on the Modern Don Quixotes; vision station in the nation. 1don't I having fun. The last thing 1 suddenly looked like an old
like the idea of remember was passing an old man. lie told the man in
'. cafeteria had just been completed at a borrowing ideas from other lady who seemed to be going charge lies, he is my son."
cost of $9,000 in actual dollars to say life awfully slow I heard the
Somewhat belatedly the State people, but if it saves one The funl'nllIS elrdexpl.'flence
a \\
; of donations of material and deafening crash and felt
So
nothing is its attention to to me it is worth it please a I saw all rela
55 many hours of labor by the local Legislature turning kids, read the column below, terrific jolt. Glass and steel lives and friends walk mv towardthe
,I' National Guard, personnel of the those slush funds raised from so-called and when you're out drivinggo flew everywhere. My whole casket They passed bv.
"testimonial" and-or but be body seemed to be inside
"appreciation"dinners ahead and have fun turning
and looked
Correctional Center, and one bv one. at me
: Lawtey of the children themselves. teas, and cocktail parties in smart and play it cool. Don't out. I heard myself with the saddest eves 1 I'\'e
I parents take needless chances and screa m
which a candidate's friends and business ever seen Some of 'my buddies .
,
to perhaps kill yourself, and u ore crv ing, A few of the n
associates are mildly pressured buy
"We're not giving up," Mrs. Nelson your friends too Suddenly I awakened: it girls touched my hand and County Agents By
said. "We've moved into temporary tickets "donating" to his campaign war Ferry F Bowen was very quiet. A police officer sobbed as they walked i awa>-.
chest. standing over me. Bobby
was
quarters in the Civil Defense building to P.O. Box 547 Then I saw a doctor. My body 1'lease..somebi dy..wake Notebook \.

finish out this term, and will be looking Starke, Fla. was mangled I was saturated me up! Get: me out of here. I Taylor .
Education Commissioner Ralph
for a new location in time for opening of can't bear to see mv :Mom and = Phonelxil-6yit! :;:;I (; ... ..c
=:
that
reported recently he "
the fall term in October" Turlington Dad so broken up. My: grandparents --
.
netted $9,000 from recent $10-a person are so racked with Cool nights along with dry extra business during find

The other in receptions in Tampa and Daytona grief they can barely walk and windy conditions ha\e after harvest time' It would IM.-
"profile courage" is }Beach. He is placing these funds in Nothing to Be Proud! of :My brother and sisters are caused a' slowdown in the good for most of us if we could
presented by Vincent Ruby, director of like zombies. They move like
I interest.bearing accounts for future growth of our crops andpastures. have a few more otrahprry
BUARC (Bradford.Union Association of robots. In a dare, everybody '! ears
Retarded Citizens) whose campaigns, according to the report andif :Noone; can believe this. And. I )
"SunshineAcres" *
unopposed for re-election the profit ? ; on North U.S. 301 has outgrown will be remitted to a special trust to be CeNPq pleased with the early budded out in the last tew
its present home in the few short oA Is s yj Please don t bury me! I I'm prospects vegetables and weeks Looks like the leavesare
months since it opened, and was hopingfor utilized for public purposes within the not dead! I have a lot of livingto watermelons. are now wondering about half grown( on most
state. ESS do! I want to laugh and run how much adverse
and bloom etident.
at RJE. trees some is -
expanded quarters
F4 I Iant to and
again sing weather their crops can take .
But conceivably, an incumbent official dance Please don't t put me in A good rain and warmer
the ground. I promise if you nights would do a lot of good I have had !ot'wrall'alll! and
A could go unopposed for the entire lengthof give me just one more chance. for the farmers morale and questions about pecans this
his political career, and this has r God. I 111 be the most careful their crops vear. :\Iany folks are anxious
8? :;if.:. happened in the past. Under the presentlaw //I driver in the hole world Alii I Strawberry prospects are to get their trees into bearing
I II W Philosopher'sCorner ??, want one more chance condition, Production was
is
; he '
raising
apparently, can go on not as good now as (they were
Ifi.' ..ttr.l \ funds every four years for Please. God I'm only 17! last week Looks like some extremely light last year in
: campaign t our area The few pecans that
a'L It WI opponents (like Don Quixote's windmill; 9 disease along with poor were harvested and sold in our
m Opportunity fa:, ('OIPIISTBOUT: secondary bloom and fruit set
I
that materialize.
never area brought very high
1i1 : will cause production to be prices.
SL'NKKVGKUKSDear
: r makes/ a thief"t > don considerably. Some con !Many lots sold for at least a
r If there has ever been any accountingfor 6 Editor! solation has been excellent dollar per pound.

I / these unspent and unneeded funds, fruit size and quality, andgenerally With this kind of interest
-FHIS Please put this in in
f you'veOF H your
/iit, W ( BO'J) we don't recall having seen it, 'RRoI 1 emu-THESES paper concerning. our grower fair prices to the pecan production, I hate
i Obviously they are something to which THE FAMOUS ftRff cemeteries. scheduled a growers meetingat
the should its been traveling fromone I was hoping that productionand 7:30: pm. next Tuesday.
,r. ;: present Legislature give RuiNS o NS N FAMOUS I have cemetery to another and prices for strawberrieswould April 19 at the Agriculture
close attention. fr.d
oI
> qSH w 1Hs find that the undertaker have be up this year to en- Building in Starke. Dr. Tim
I
STARK left the graves in bad"shape. courage the planting of more Crocker, our Extension Pecan
After they get through acres next season. Straw- Specialist will discuss
berries are a good cash crop general management of the
It t i oA9 burying the deceased, and
CRib 6RADFORD co elf and be grove. He will cover fertilization
can an economy
ss. + (! then it rains, the graves fall in
the booster for our area. .The insect and disease con-
then can see
: '0 p and vaults This you is especially bad grower has to put quite a bit of trol, and other cultural
N miligr it4 into circulation just to practices.We .
Mott in O>'al Cemetery. I hope this money
wts str will get their attention and grow the crop. This means will also have
a custom
0 oyr they will do better rrom'now business for financial insti-
pecan sprayer at the
tution and fertilizer and other meeting.
197e G. FERGUSON JOHN M, MILLER ", He will
BOB .w o Concerned Citizen farm supply business.I discuss the services
'toN Publishers and costs) he plans to have

Published each Thursday and entered as second daw Matter at the Post Office at btarki, Ra under I have heard It said that in available In thcarea this year.
Actof March 3. 1879 the past the merchants into..n
47 $4 months. did not have to see a The meeting is open to .
Subscription rate in trade area; per year: six any
Tf
'I Outside trade area 08 per year: M 50 six months BfruF AwA "Characters must be kept" strawberry field to know one.... ho has plocan trees and is
Ii Phone 964 6305 Starke. Pa.rl sC R Y. bright II well it chen whether or not growers had a interested in pecan production
T Lord Chesterfield good strawberry year. They Make plans to be with us
could tell by ihe volume of next Tuesday night.II ,

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: ; 36 7OZ.BRECK. : H' meet Thursday April 14 at'8' .
__) =. I TABLETS n 3 oz. ,;.fff::.:.: -RISE ffff:::::: p.m. in the Street.Masonic Hall on ;,'
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tm"unn fiMHN, .MMTWMt \ .;.:;.;.:.: rWl n can,.,..,. ::;.;: Jacksonville. Plans must be I
.. KIB' MMiltifW' *.>* PARS POLISH SHAMPOO ;;; ; :SI"II1e- ". rr._ ::::::::' made for the activity. r
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FOR BEAUTIFUL ;;;;:; .. The Adult Basic Class that
Wa"le Ie .nd,....., :::::::;::
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ALKASELTZER- 'Fv Old RJE will meet In the
\ ___ WITH NORMAL. DRY OR .}1 /lEG. '69 95 lfl Recreation Center at Jenkins \
iii OILY LIMIT TWO Elementary for the remainingof 1
the school term each !
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59'88g; All. interested adults are '
LIMIT m invited to attend to improve "
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LIMIT TWO 29' "9 his or her educational status I

ONE 99 I metic.in reading, writing.and arith- 'I.;

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lWk.W.W& GIRLSCOUT TROOPS
rWZ1if'm; Brownie Troop 352 and

_ Junior Troop 684 will meet in
Education building Annex at
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
6 4 OZ REG FROM Church each..week..
AND MINT ,
4 OZ. AEROSOL TURTLEW CHURCH C NEWS !

The First Born Church of '
CLOSEUP SOLARCAINERELIEVES the Living God Elder S.V.
Cohens pastor. Service activity -
THONG as follows: Each I
SANDALS WAX Tuesday night 7:45: Prayer
Service. Friday night 7:45: ,
MEN, WOMEN & CAR Tarrying Service. Sunday ,
TOOTHPASTE SUNBURN KORDITE school 10:30: Morning Worship I
CHILDREN'SZORRIES 11:30.: Y.P.C.W. 6 pm.and

TOOTHPASTE MOUTHWASH AND IN : PAIN 20 a. TRASH & Evening Master Worship T. Cordell 7:45.: Strong. I''

Y ADDS TURTLE WAX son of MRs. Zephaniah i
ONE LIMIT ONE LIMIT ONE GRASS BAGS AS IT WASHES! Strong. won the "Jr. King"
trophy for reporting the most I
TWENTY money in the Youth council ol

GALLON District the Great of the Jacksonville First Born .I i

79 159 9128 37 Church of the Living God.
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which convened in Jacksonville
April 79. Master Strongwon
out of a field of 14 other
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Junior King and Queen con
testants in the running to win
the prize. The Saints, members -
and friends wish Master
"JUICE IN SECONDS" Strong God's continuous "'f
GALAXY 3 SPEED20"FAN PVC CANVAS *BEAM TU8E.CON-I WOVEN IGLOO 25 QT. Blessing as he began work for
PROCTOR SILEX another year.
SURF STRUCTIONRIDER HAMPERS ICE CHEST Ml. Plsgah A.M.E. Church: ,f
Junior Choir rehearsal each
ELEC. JUICER WITH UDS EASY CARRY HANDLES HINGED Wednesday night 7:30.: Sunday I'
School 10 a.m.. Morning
USE AS LAMP TABLES. LID. REMOVABLE FOOD .
FLOORWINDOWMODEL Turns on automatically PLANTER STANDS. TRAY. Worship 11 a.m. Rev. Young.
3713 when fruit is pressed to etc Pastor.
REG. $22.99 \\'C---' L- reamer Oscillating atralner. WITH ROPE 13'x 21' REG. 1788 New Bethel 1 Missionar
= .. Easy pour spout. I. 2.99 2"REG. Baptist Church. Rev. L.R. :j
Davis pastor. Weekly ser- J",
16' x 22' 2'7 vices as follows: Wednesdaynight7:3oPrayerMeetingand .'-4
1\ ) 5 REG. 3.99 : \

1788 ,: REG.I088ii 20x24' 377 Bible Study. Sunday)'a.m. J
\ REG REG. 4.99 will conclude services for the J.
7.97 rday"-., rlt \IIf\
Ebrneier Baptist Church:
I Rev L.R. Davis pastor I,
LLOYD'SMILITARY TEXAS INSTRUMENTS AQUA IXMOftM L 50 YARDS Tuesday night 7:30: ,-8:30)Bible, ?
REG. FLOSS UNWAXED Class. Thursday night 7-1 !
Potable.battery MASK & JOHNSON'S EXTRA FINE OR Prayer Meeting. Sunda "
I CALCULATOR ,
opeated. >49 MINT LIMIT 1 53 School will begin Service

SNORKEL #E-1500 Lf Sunday 10 a.m.. Mommy I
RADIOSolid Easy to read 8 digit DENTAL FLOSSWAXED. Worship 11 a.m.. B.T.U f
display Adds subtracts COMBINATION p m, Evening Worship 6pm
The Junior Choir will meet
State.rugged milltary multiplies & divides
SPRAY LIMIT ONE other Monday night beginning
every
look case with carry
No TI-1200 99
ing trap. NN8379 IIIALL April 18.
3 DAY FEMININE CO 'hurch of God In Christ:
: Elder D.R. Williams. pastor |I
99 99REG OO14OZ. Sunday School 9:30: a.m
5 8 RUBBER. MASK WITH CLASSA DEODORANT Morning Worship 11:30: \\itt I
Missionary Evelyn Taylor u
REG. $7.99KEYSTONE 9.95 SAFETY PLASTIC LENS
Y.P.W.W. 5 I
STAINLESS STEEL FRAME charge. p.m.ilt
LIMIT ONE Sister Jimmie Thomas II ,

409 HEAVY DUTY MONOfllAMEMT SWIRLS \\i% JOHNSON'SBABY charge.Greater Bethlehem Freewill 'i I
99 ,
Baptist 'hurch. Hex
TWIN LENSCAMERA GRASS EDGER WATERTITE .. POWDER Jasper Williams pastor I
AND TRIMMER SWIMCAP Every Monday night 7:3: < I 1
the Tiny Tots meet for I tht
Trims Edges up close the #2O weekly rehearsal. Tuesda>
t J'- LENS FOR GROUPS & A easy way'/ HP Peg 49 88 night Prayer Meeting 7:31: .1 I
,JA PORTRAIT LENS FOR CLOSE1L88 99 HOME BLOODPRESSURE LIMIT ONE p.m. Wednesday night Somoi !
REG. I ; Choir rehearsal. Thursdas '
R 4288 $2.99 ,1 KIT night study hour at (hi
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SPECIALLY DESIGNED HOME UNIT Choir rehearsal and I'shciBoard I
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Iu9 #I000ID.IlTlIMII CHILD'S REG t1 79 39 KIT COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS No. 2.Saturday dinners
....36"REG SWIM CAP . 1 INCLUDED. KIT #109 will be sold from the kitchen ,
44 88 Sunday Service: Sunda
=:rnh% school 9:30: a.m. Mornmf, I
Worship 11 am. Evening: i
RAINWAVEOSCILLATING SELF PROPELLED MEN'S ,-. WHITMAN'S REGINA.X. Worship 6pm.Pleasant I
POWER MOWER Grove and :Ml
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3.5 HP.Bnggi and Stratton AIR RONS 6OZAG Morlah l.'nltt'dhthodisl: ,
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cycle motor. Adjusts1V4" DECK SHOESWHITE I. ELECTRIKBROOM Parish. Rev. Willie Stitt i
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SPRINKLER pastor. Service activities.
to 3"for cutting. h MINTS BUTTERSCOTCH
OR NAVY COMFORTABLE .CHERRY t VACUUM CLEANER _ Pleasant Grove Young Adult I
2,800 sa FT. ft SPEARMINT. 39 Choir rehearses first
COVERS every
1 CUSHION INSOLE WITH RUG PILE DIAL AND _
REG. 49c and second Monday night '
EDGE CLEANER NOZZLE 7:30.: Young Junior Chon I'
!! EXCLUSIVE DUST CUP DOES
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688 .4 AWAY WITH PAPER BAGS

; $ GAY NINETIES 2 5628 SPEED p Bible Meeting.m. Wednesday Study.Thursday Friday night night Prayei nighl trx ;j

REG ASSORTED MALLOS 2988MODEL Young Choir's second anniversary
REG. will begin at 7:30: I

69 $7.99 CRASS CATCHER ?E.G.? g.\ 7.88 ..... 1 LB. ASSORTED 36.99 Sunday services will begir '
with Sunday school at 10 a.m f
GARCIATENNIS The Young Adult Choirs I
50 FT. THREE TUBE PAK OF 3 NYLON REG. 99 8518 REG. 31.99 second anniversary will
1 SPEND conclude at 2:20: p.m.

SOAKER HOSE POT SCRUBBERS $1.29 QUill .26" .1; Methodist Ml. Moriih Church: Tuesda United) .

EMITS SOFT SPRAY FOR DELICATE RACKETMAPLE night Prayer Meeting. I
FLOWERS & LAWN RINSE CLEAN PLASTIC. Wednesday night Choir No.2'';
SAFE FOR TEFLON HARDWOOD FRAME rehearsal. Sunday School 9:30:
GENUINE LEATHER GRIP a.m., Morning Worship II
NYLON STRING a.m. The United Methodist

6ge REG. 39 12.99 REG 899 7: mw ]lIJll: lm LJ! Jm Women Deliverance God's will Outreach meet Miracle at 4 For p.m.All A 1

People Church of God '

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Mary Lillian Beam 90 OBITUARIES.\' DeWitt. C. Jones Chapel with Suzanne Newpori Heads For State Bee f I'i I''
Services for Mrs. Mary Rev John M. Flynn officiating. ; i
Lillian Beam, 90, of Starke Burial was in Crosby
were held April 9 from the and a sister Mrs H.C. Brownof Lake Cemetery with DeWittC Suzanne, a seventh graderat
Westberry Griffis Rivermead Starke. Jones Funeral Home in Bradford Middle School, is
: Funeral Home Chapel in Funeral services were held charge. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ii
Orange Park.Survivors Saturday, April 9, at 3 p.m. in Max Newport. Her favorite
include her Fort Lauderdale.Karl school subject is languagearts
daughters Ann Beam Thelma FLORENCE LOPER and she likes to read and "
Thornton, Lorraine Haddock, E. Hoist. 70 study for the spelling bee in
I Vivian Addison, and Margaret Karl E. Hoist, 70, of 605 Mrs. Florence Kelsey her spare time. 1 f fi I l lI
Penoyer; sons Ivan Beam, Alton Road, Starke died Loper, 56, of Rt. :2 Starke d Karen, daughter of Mr. and
Eugene Beam and Robert Friday, April 9, after an ex- (Theressa) died at her resi- Mrs. Travis Kimbril, Is a sixth r
Beam; one brother James tended illness. dence Wednesday' morning grade student at Southside
Watson; 21 grandchildren and Mr. Hoist was born in following an apparent heart Elementary Karen's favorite '
nine great grandchildren. Sweden on May 7, 1906 and attack. subject is spelling\ and her
Services were held with had lived in Starke since 1969. Born In Palatka January 11, hobbles are reading, and ,
Rev. Thomas Ryan officiatingand I He was a retired ship rigger, a 1921, !Mrs Loper lived most of drawing. +
burial was in Jacksonville veteran of the U.S. Navy and her lifetime in the Starke 4 Judges for the contest were ,
Memory Gardens Cemetery. Coast Guard having served in Bradford County area. Her r? 'KaRtN Pat Spengler, Gladys Thomas' of
192-1928. father was the late, Adam and Charles Francis.
LEILA DKA: Scuotie<(< ) DUKE Survivors include his Kelsey. Mrs. Loper was a A sample of the words the Florida Stat Prison employees (l-r) Joseph f;, Telekn.
widow, Mrs. Ada Hoist, member of the Hampton other contestants bowed out James D. Harris, Randall f:. Scoggins, and James D, Eland
Leila Dea Scootie( ) Duke Starke; three daughters; Mrs. Christian Church. on were: pallor, parity, recently participated In the Correctional Training Institute at I
died April 7 in Fort Lauder- Margaret Spengel, Oradell, Survivors include her hus connive, and abode. The other Kaiford.
New Jersey Mrs Elna band, Bennie Loper of competitor winner and
dale.Mrs.. Duke was the daughterof Phillips of Starke, and Mrs Theressa; her mother, Ollie T. w runner-ups were: Brooker
the late Joseph W. and Leila Anna Bratos of Long Island, Daniels, Keystone Heights; Brian Allen Davis, Brad Cox r
Andrews of Starke She was New York; three sons: Carl two sons, Capt. Harry Loper, taking the place of Kick) Lynn v Aw
formerly employed by the hoist Long Island, N.Y.; U.S. Army Washington, D.C .rv, ; Harris; Lawtey, Suzanne Ball w
sheriff, the late P.D. Reddishfor Ernest Hoist, Long Island, and W.C. Loper of Starke; and Michael Ball; Hampton,
many years and was a N.Y and Peter Hoist of three daughters, Mrs: Linda Teresa Bauldree, Darla
of St Mark's Oradell, New of Mrs. Hoberts; Starke: Susan
member Jersey; one Mosley Middleburg, Winner and runner-up in the Bradford
Episcopal Church before sister, Mrs. Annastina Sharon Combs of Camp are Suzanne Newport, daughter of Mr and County Mrs. Max Spelling Bee Alvarez and Dale Buchanan:
moving to Fort Lauderdale. Bengston of Sweden, and one Blanding, and Mrs. Judy Karen Kimbril.\ daughter of !Mr. and Mrs Travis Newportand Southside, runner-up Lauri
Survivors include: her husband brother Paul Hoist of Garver of Starke; two Suzanne will In Kimbrll. McKinney BMS Regina
compete state In
competition Jacksonville later (
Glen Duke daughters, California; 17 grandchildrenand brothers, Joe Kelsey of in the spring. Kasnick. 4fI
Gail Hudson of Fort Lauder five great grandchildren. Theressa, and Frank Kelseyof School awards were
dale and Terry Soderquist of (Funeral services were held Miami; one sister, Mrs. The tension mounted as the faltered but Suzanne Newport presented to all the contestants
Tampa, four grandchildren Monday. April 11, from the Dolly Burton of Deland, and whittled down spelled it correctly. Following by principals of the
competition to
four grandchildren. the rules she spelled the next various schools and county
two in the annual Bradford word "steely" correctly. awards
were presented by
Funeral services will be
County spelling bee contest The school board room was Richard Jockel. curriculum
held
Friday, 2 in the
p.m.
Thursday morning, March 31 filled to capacity to see the coordinator.
Why the man behind the desk DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
pay in the county school board
Home. Burial will be in Hope spell-down by eight girls and Proving that no one is infallible
room before Suzanne Newport four boys. Suzanne will now when it to
go comes
at Theressa.Mrs. .
and the salesman too Cemetery "
outspelled 11 other to the .state contest held in spelling, the trophy presentation tl
contestants.The Jacksonville. The contests are olfered a relief from ten- Y
when need only the serviceman
you pay word given by
pro
sponsored by the Florida sion by misspelling Karen
Bertha Dowling Shaw
nouncer Richard Jockel was Times-Union in all (Florida Kirnbril's last name. I.ate Correctional I Institution cinpioyees ( l-r) D.HI S.llamrlck. .
"candor," and Karen Kimbril schools. : William II. Karrrnline and Roland U. Colciiiiiii+
a Mrs. Bertha Mae Dowling recently participated in the ('orrt'l'tlollul Training. ( Institute at
Shaw of Shannon, Ga. died Itaiford.
Sunday April 3, at her resi- LB Variety ShowRescheduled -- '-
For free estimates central heat & air extended
on ; dence following an
illness. Prison Einiltwi f.'oiii l'l"/ '/,' (:'II

and house wiring call Hank Lott at Mrs. Shaw was born June ForFriday,7:30P.lI.

19,1906 in Raiford and was the ir -4L The Department of Offender)I TI'.illll1l11I. \ lllul\' program. \ ,i.,.
LOT ELECTRIC & REFRIGERATION daughter of the late John Rehabilitation has announced (aught' in n.nlUlIl'IIIIIIllh. '
Rance Dowling, Sr. and Mrs. thai (Florida State I'rison Lake, < its ('niiimiiml
HAMPTON Debbie Browning Dowling. employees James 1 1). Eland College\ imil the gruclikiteoearn :
468-1197 C She taught school at the ,lamc511.I Harris Randall K.Scoggins. ;. miul >cineMerrreilit> lorNUCcesMull
Raiford School for several Friday April 15, 7:30: p.m. is and Joseph (KTelken : : ) t completing llir I
years and married William H. the new date set for the Middle md Lawtey''' Correctional lull lime. ''loll hour roui'M1
Shaw of Adairsville, Ga. in School Band Variety Show in Institution employees The l program\ include,* m
1928. They later moved to the Union County High School William II. \Harrentme.! .ti"UI'I TOO in tin- cnniiii.n i
Adairsville where she con- auditorium Roland Colemar. and \Dan S.Hamrick justice >\--teiii. leg.il! ,i'prci|
tinued teaching until 1941. "The program still has the recently participated iit correction. oprriition.uprocedure ,
Survivors include: her husband same great' songs and the in the ('Correction;)! l ,*, principle' .l1)l
S.H. Shaw, Shannon, same hardworking per Training Institute at Kiuford supervision luim.in) iel.ilinit
Ga; two daughters, Mrs. Ivan formers and they deserve our This is the loth group to will !technical. lr (Willa Mae) Levy of support," said Ann Hemme, Head Start Youths/ Hunt Easter Egg*; enroll in the minimum which include' lireiirnis; hrtnd I
Woodridge. N.J. and Mrs. publicity chairman for the !standards curnculem. whichis ; .mil lire Iiuhun.Itt'hnapit' : .
Bradley (Susie) Martin of
event.
Charlie Fifty-four Head Start children, ranging! in age from 3 to 5, required by law The1
Shannon; one son The donation if $1 for adults
await word to start looking for Easter eggs Wednesday l\prIl6.
Joseph Shaw of Birmingham, and 50 cents for students. Door
0 t Ala ; two sisters, Mrs S.C. prizes will be given away and docorated.The children looked far 15 dozen eggs using the baskets they Band Concert Set April 22 HIIS Hum!

(Ann) :McLellan of Darlington refreshments be sale
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Helping with the hunt were tl'achersIrs.: : Edith Smith
S.C. and Mrs. W.R. intermission. Parentsof
Hampton (Debbie) Hunnicut of during band members and :.Mrs. Margaret :\1t'RaE'lIss: Myrtes Beeves Mrs. Sarah Earns Straight Superiors
Project :Morris, :Mrs. Jessie Jenkins and :Mrs. :Martha :Mjrick. Parents
Raiford one brother CharlieW children have been
; Challenge
present were :Mrs. Doris Hanson, president of the parents
Dowling of Kaiford; and asked to donate cookies, cup- The Bradford High School The HIIS Blind tti I" -orrto..
C committee, Mrs. 1Ieh.rlnelorrls: :Mrs Donna Kigdom, :Mrs.
C six grandchildren. cakes or brownies for the Lizenbee and :Mrs. Hudson. Band will have a concert April report that I lie (recording);; :
REFRIGERATIONService (Funeral'services were( held refreshment sale. ._ 22. at 8 p.m. at the Bradlord ordered Listejir. t II.IMnut > etarrived '
April 6 in the chapel of Jen- "Join us at the high school .-- ---<--rr4 Rlzrir'wi.---"rwe High School auditorium \\ Mil ;t due 'to h.II1"I'IIPI\| -\ inthe"
nings Funeral Home with auditorium Friday night April + $1.00 donation for adult tickets recording'" company thai
Revs. George Stuart and Ed 15at 7:30 p.m. for a good time. ; and 50 cents for students hillltll'Clilt'\ contrail,
all home
on appliancesand Adams officiating. Burialwas Let's show these youngsterswe The Middle School Hand and "\\e have no k reci-nlh
all make air conditioners in East View Cemetery are interested in them," Beginning Band Mill all received this mlornuitioii ,.nutiire
said Mrs. Hemme. participate in the evening now "I'ahllllh; >
alrltsr i.
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}, The Bradford High School different recurilinn, I'onip.mvKecords '
Band received straight will lie ileh\ereil+l III
superior from all\ four judgesat iippro\imtcl! month-
the District Contest says Hnultonl High, Itatul
Iff > s Saturday, :March :2S.! Director I Dean ( usscls,
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i _1_ COVIXGTON COMPLETES: : : nf Bradtoru ('minty IIigi 1
READINESS: TKAI.MMi': ; School' Sljirke'
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Army Specialist (Four STOKKSKTICII') : 1'11s!:

Y f No ladies before gentlemen on this egg at the Head Start Johnnie C. Covington Jr.. IN ('II E:( "" HE'iiAnllv
Easter Egg Hunt Wednesday, April 0. Wt'ndallIudson\ smiles whose parents live at 412
and holds an egg he Just round, but it looks like he might have Michigan St., Starke.recently Pnuitc Horace \\
1 participated in the Army Stokes! 17. son of :Mrs Luna .1.1illiams. I
overlooked a few others. Looking intently are (l-r) Donna
Kigdom. Passion VVims and headed towards a find Is Lisa Jones. Training and Evaluation \\ :Mac'lennami(
r Program at the llonenfels I Dewey W Stokes., :St.irke

f - - Army iningCentcr. recently p.irticip.ited) in,
ties r l w r Germany. exercise CIIKCKMATK'77.: : : in
Now Open I II Covington and other Germany
I I members of the 1st Armored Conducted 1)Ih,' ::>nth Field
Division were evaluated in Artillery Brigade C1IKCKMATF. \I
Keystone Mini Storage I II II combat readiness : : '77 was designed( in
I maneuvers, airlift capabilityand give the soldiers the opportunity
operability of equipmentand ( to practice their
I II techniques. .skills under simulatol'wat,
I I Yoi KII' TIi. Kty 0'11I 24 Mrs Spec. Covington a ground time conditions
surveillance radar specialistin P\t.t Stokes is a secure
', 10x12 *2500 1125 'S0" I IL Support Com pan)', 2nd ,guard in Battery I). 1st Bat
I Battalion of the division's 3th taboo 41sl 1 Field Artillery ;in
Armor entered the Army in Schwabisch (Cm; unit, Germany ;

!473.3734nn! August 1973.Covington. He entered the Army
; IJ : is a 1975 graduate in July l 197B.

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wheel and managed to keep their lead despite pursuit from the rear. I,
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Being hardly tall enough to see over the counter doesn't
mean a kid can't in athe prize especially a cuddly teddy bear.
This young girl \\won stuffed bear at the dart throw ing booth. Bradford County Fair A .
\\ha t's her secret?Standing on her toes,of course.


Four- :Success!
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f' tAn itivY a tf Lots of help was available- for the steer weigh-in Friday before the fair opened! Pulling a it
p "It was a great Fair Association as thousand-pound cow through the chute to be weighed requires some brawn on the part of men. II I '

Y1 success," said he looked back in

Warren Carver, retrospect at the 4 Bradford County shows and

president of the days of events. Fair has barely been Carver said the I

't Bradford County The 27th annual over and the Fair turnout for the

rTMtw Association will be sale enabled a the'I

f meeting next weekto figure in the

w plan a "biggerand borhood of $ i
SAWYp @pSIADE gzle better" fair for Carver said
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Sandra Norman poses beside the fair's blue-ribbon strawberry flat grown on the farm of her fair were the visit / p 9 8 I
husband. L.M.: "Buddy" Norman The second place flat was grown by Cathy Milliard on the f
Law tey. farm Luther Milliard and third place went to:Morris Carter,Jr Sawyer-Slade lias barely missed first place in the com- Wednesday by Miss 1 I
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By Dolores Meng THURSDAY-chicken: salad, - L. Ja.s. _- -
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cheese rolls,
SENIOR CITIZENS applesauce NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO NOTICE OF INTENTION TO "
) TO MEET FRIDAY Lake. Also spending the day lovely with blooming dog- FRIDAY-Weiners with DOYLE E. STARLING has REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME REGISTER FICTITOUS NAME :
The Hampton Senior The community extends there were: Mr. and Mrs. Bob woods, azalea, redbuds and beans, cole slaw, biscuit, fruit made application to the Pursuant to Section 866.09 I
Citizens Club will hold its sympath to Mrs. Evelyn Sullivan and son and Mrs. tulips all along the country- jello, cookie, milk. Bradford County Zoning Board Florida Statutes, notice is hereby Pursuant to Section 865.09
regular monthly meeting Vaughan whose mother diedat Jack Reid of Villano Beach, side and mountains of for reclassification of the given that the undersigned Florida Statutes, notice Is here I
Friday, 15, at 7 p.m. in 90 years of age on April 9. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weisner andson Georgia, Tennessee and Ken- property described below from Douglas and Brenda Fertig, Rt. by given that the undersigned
the City Hall. Mrs. Vaughan flew to of Gainesville, Mr. and tucky. Trees were beautifulalso HamptonLawtey EA to OR Approximately 30 1, Box 12, Starke, Florida, George and Elizabeth Manning,
Oklahoma City to attend the Mrs. Kenneth Sparkman of with various shades of acres located one mile West of 32091, doing business under the Lawrence Boulevard, Keystone
NEW ARRIVAL funeral. Jacksonville, Mrs. Lucille new green leaves appearingand Lawtey on the South aide of St. firm name of "D Er B FEED AND Heights, Florida, 32666, doing I:
Mr and Mrs. Ricky Mosleyare Sympathy also goes out to Moody of Gainesville, and Mr wildflowers springing up Planning Rd.225 in Section: 22, Township\ FARM SUPPLIES," 1006 South business under the firm name of p
the proud parents of a the family and friends of Karl ana Mrs. Joe Sullivan of everywhere. Ohio was a I 5 South, Range 22 East to sell a Water Street, Starke Bradford "WHITE AUTO STORE," ':_ \
baby girl named April Renee Hoist who died on April 8. Waldo. They enjoyed swimming different story though with Maps To Be Studied, minimum of one acre lots. County, Florida, 32091, Intend Lawrence Boulevard, Keystone .' :
born on April 3 at the Pureaf Although in ill health for many boating and an egg hunt grass lust turning green and This change in classification is to'register said fictitious name Heights, day County, Florida \
Hospital in Orange Park and years, Mr. Hoist kept busy and visiting. temperatures in the 20's and A public meeting on the proposed subject to a public hearing to be under the provisions of aforesaid 32656,. Intend to register seld.. .
weighing 7 Ibs 9 oz. and donated much of his Scott Sullivan of St. 30's accompanied by blustery comprehensive plan held on Tuesday, April 26, 1977 statute. fictitious name under the
Mr and Mrs. Harold handiwork to churches and Augustine spent the Easter snowstorms. It is good to be ning maps for Hampton and at 7:30: p.m., In the County Douglas and Brenda Fertig, provisions of aforesaid statute.
Rhoden are maternal grand- the Senior Citizens Clubs.PERSONALS weekend with Mr. and Mrs. back in Florida! Lawtey will be held at 8:30: Commission Room In the Brad- joint owners. George and Elizabeth
parents; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jerry Wadsworth and family Congratulations to Mr. and : Tuesday April 26, ford County Courthouse. At this Dated this 31st day of March, Manning, joint owners
Mosley are paternal grand- Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall Mrs. Ralph Morgan who were following the regular county time all persons interested shall A.D. 1977 at Starka, Florida. Dated this 31st day of March, ,
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred were among friends enjoyingthe married on April 9 at the First zoning meeting in the County be heard for or againstthe A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida
Fontaine accompanied Mr. Easter Bar-B-Que dinnerat Baptist Church in Starke, Commissioners' room. proposal as specified in the 3/314tpd 4/21
BIRTHDAY and Mr. and Mrs. William the Reecy and Dollie Mrs. Morgan is the former This meeting is not a public Zoning Code of Bradford 3/31 4tchg 4/21/ ','
Happy Birthday to Steven Schaub of Crescent City and Dolling home Others attending Kim Hodges, daughter of Mr. hearing but will be held for County. i
Spell who was 12 years old on Florence Schaub of Bellmore, were: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges. We the purpose of obtaining NOTICE OF INTENTION ADVERTISEMENTThe ',',
April 8. lie is postponing cele- N.Y. to attend the Blessing of Eddie Newman from Atlanta, wish them much happiness in citizen input for the plans before A.R. KIEFER, chairman REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Santa Fe Community
brating until his wrist broken the Fleet at St. Augustine on Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Donald their home in Starke. the formal hearings are Bradford County Zoning Baord NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, College Board of Trustees will
recently in a freak accident is Palm Sunday. The Fontaine's Griffis of Starke, James The name of Mrs. Dollie held, according to County Dated this 12th day of April, That the undersigned, under the hold its April meeting at 2:15:
healed. spent Easter Sunday with the McDamcl, Mr. Cox, Helen Simpson was inadvertently Planning Director L.M 1977. provisions of Section 86509, p.m., Thursday, April 21', In the
Schaub family. LoU, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lott, admitted from the list of Gaines. Florida Statutes, will register Bradford County School Board
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murner Mrs. Margaret Crawford and hostesses honoring Kim 4/142tchg 421PUBLIC with the clerk of the Circuit Room, 582 North Templa Street,
CONVALESCENTSLori and family enjoyed the Easter family, Donna Burns and Hodges at the bridal shower in Court in and for Bradford Starke, Florida
Jean Stone has returned weekend visit of Mrs. Mur- family and Darrell Smith. Mr.. the home of Mrs. Paul Meng "Where tense is wanting, HEARING County, Florida upon receipt of The agenda will be as follows: ,_
home after several ner's mother, Mrs. Dolly Kidd Newman, Mary Birt, Gordon on March 29. She also had a everything. it wanting" APRIL proof of publication of this 1. Adoption of Agenda ..
months at the Shriners of Fort Meade. Wadsworth and Walden big part in making Kim's Benjamin Franklin CUBB Economic Agency notice, the following fictitious 2. Approval of Minutes
Hospital in Greenville S.C. Robin Wadsworth spent four Wadsworth were also presentto wedding especially beautiful'! announces a Public Hearing name, to-wrt: Corona Mobile 3. Personnel Recommendations,
Her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. days of her Easter vacation enjoy the food and join in relating to the transition of Homes, Inc., d/b/a Starke Certificated Staff, 1976.1977
I D.B Stone, were pleasantly with her great grandmother the gospel singing. LUNCH MENU CUBB Economic Agency to a Home Center under which I am 4. Personnel Recommendations, '
surprised when visiting Lori Mrs. Katherine Wadsworth in HAMPTON ELEMENTARY NOTICE new multi-county agency. All engaged in business at Hwy 301 Certificated Staff, Hourly Payroll
on April 7 that they were per- Jacksonville. HAMPTON LAKE MONDAY-Hamburger on I will not be responsible for residents of Bradford County are North, Starke, Fla. That the 1976-1977
mitted to bring her alone Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wads- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng bun, french fries, lettuce and any debts incurred by Goldie Invited to attend this public names( ) of the personls) solely 5. Personnel Recommendations,
home with them. Although worth and family visited and daughter, Joyce, returned pickle, orange juice, banana James after April 7, 1977. hearing and to express their interested in tha said business is Certificated Staff, 1976-1977,
Ixiri will be bedfast with a brother and April 5 after attending the pudding, milk.TUESDAYSausage. 4/142tpd 4-21 views or submit written (are) as follows: Substitute Payroll
body cast for some time, she family, Bobby Sullivan, in St. funeral of Ruth's mother, links comments on this proposed J.H. Lorence 6. Personnel Recommendations
will be happy to have her Augustine on April 9. Justin Mrs. Clara Mouch, who diedat rice and tomato gravy, change. The meeting will 1! be Executive Vice PresidentP.O. Career Service Staff, 1976-1977
friends call or visit her. was brave enough to take a age 90 on March 30 in blackeyed peas, peach half, NOTICEAs held Monday, April 18, 1977, at Box 1921 7. Report of Purchases
Mrs. Oeorge: DavIs under- dip in the cool Atlantic. Toledo, Ohio. corn bread milk. 7:30: p.m. at RJE High School Waycross, Ga. 31501 8. Recommendations for A-
went surgery at the Jackson- The Wadsworth family Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng WEDNESDAYboiledbeans of March 25, 1977, I will not Building on North Pine Street in warding of Bids
ville Naval Hospital on April enjoyed Easter dinner with returned home on April after peanut butter sand- be responsible for any debts Starke. 3/24 4tpd 414IN / 9. Report of Warrants Issued
11. We wish her a speedy Margaret's sister and family visiting relatives and friendsin wich, cole slaw, peach cob- Incurred by GERALDINE GRIFFIS. 10. Permission to Write Off Un-
recovery. Hazel Griffis at Paradise Toledo, Ohio. The trip was bler, milk. Signed, Anal W. Griffis NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO collectable Notes

gtpd REGISTER THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 11. Quarterly Financial Reportfor
FICTITIOUS NAME THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Period July 1, 1976 March
FLORIDA IN AND 31, '1977
CIRCUIT OF
If.Iwct'M Pursuant to Section BG5.09 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. 12 Permission to Purchase IBM
EtaGLE Florida Statutes, notice is here- Computer Terminal
'xnsa. CASE No.77.109
M u aunuaakr.NII by that the undersigned
E; given 13. Nursing Capitation Grant
IN RE the of HATTIE
64 : marriage
prk s w b Rudlph Thornton, Route 2, Box 14 Health Occupantions Clinical
BRADLEY Wife
SUE ,
wan W y1 pk1. 16-P, Starke. Florida 32091 Instructors Workshop Grant
doing business under the firm Petitioner and 15. Career Service Classificationand
name of "RUDY'SCARBURETOR Salary Schedule Study
HUGH RICHARD BRADLEY,
"
ft TUNE-UP. 16 Change Order 4>4, Learning
Husband Respondent.
Route 2, Box 16-P, Starke, NOTICE OF SUIT Resources Center, Project 17504
Bradford County, Florida. NO PROPERTY 17 Approval of Final Plans for
32091, intends to register said
TO: HUGH RICHARD Buildings R and V and Per-
fictitious name under the mission to Seek Bids
BRADLEY Route One Dllard.
,
provisions of aforesaid statute. 18. Leave of Absence. Certificated
Rudolph Thornton, owner. Georgia.
Staff 1976-1977
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Dated this 7th day of April, 19. Citizen's Requests
for Dissolution of

savings of 10 to 41 Thursday, Friday and Saturday 4/7 A.D.4tchg 1977 4/28 at Starke, Florida against Matrimony an you action and has you been are requiredto filed 4/142tchg 4/21

serve a copy of your written -
NOTICE
OFSHERIFFS
1 SALE defenses, if any, to it on J.J. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
POLYESTER SLACKS WOLBERT JR., Attorney for EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
Petitioner whose address is 142
31i rxG i /\ SOLD NATIONALLY Notice is hereby given that I I. P.O. Box AND FOR BRADFORD
West Call Street 1086
f"r FOR UP TO $201! Dolph E. Reddish as sheriff of COUNTY. FLORIDA.
Starke, Florida, 32091, and file CASE NO. 77-47 CA
Bradford County, Florida under
the original with the Clerk of the
,-n, and by virtue of Writ of Execution GUARANTY FEDERAL
4 6 88 to-wit: above styled Court on or before SAVINGS AND LOAN

I ,: .: ., ':. Execution issued out of Circuit May 2, 1977, otherwise a ASSOCIATION OF

.'..-...'.,. '...... DiSC. PRICE WASJf Court of Dade County, Florida judgment for may the relief be entered demandin GAINESVILLE, a banking asso-
I I' I : ""!:s Distinctive' tailoring' by a pursuant to a Final Judgment for against the Petition.you ciation existing under the laws of
famous maker, priced .leas than Atlas American Corporation d/b/a the United States, Plaintiff,
WITNESS hand and the
you'd eipect. became. of light Atlas Electric Supplies and my
.......... seal of said Court on the 29th
I I" Cerefreo 100% against Ray Brumbaugh, \/s.
-- 'I pol,..,... In a handsome array defendant, in the amount of day of March, A_D.. 1977. TRIANGLE R ENTERPRISES
ol fashion .plaids, .patterns, and 8654.11 together with costs of GILBERT S. BROWN. AS INC., GENEVA LAKE
SAVf14. % V!' i solids. Sizes' 29-42. collection. CLERK OF SAID COURT. ESTATES INC. corportations

ECONOMYPACK2PLYCAROLINA EAGLE30 VIA INFLATABLE NEEV R-IRON MEN'S I Have seized and have in my By: S/BULAH/ MOODY Deputy existing under the laws! of the

TISSUE QUALITY MOTOR OIL 27x72" AIR MATTRESS WHITE DRESS SHIRTS '.,'. possession the following described Clerk State of Florida and THE

WAS 5ge WAS 48pet'm w1.47Dur WAS 2 96 ( personal property to-WIt: 3/31 4/21 ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK
41chg
: I\ 1 Brown\ Leather 3-seat Couch. 1 OF PALATKA a national
I Brown Leather Chair 1 Gould banking association existing
..... facial ,,.
4 line quality heavy gauge vinyl Classic tailoring poI"blond. -
tottet tissue. White' onl,. .hi assorted colorful prints.. cotton In ........XI.. Pump\ century 1/2 horse motor, under the laws of the United
serial PE with pump attached serial States, Defendants.
cF SAVE 23% tt.M 4B7028321 with blue PM filter NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF NOTICE OF SALE
DISPOSABLE i or y' attached. 1 Gould century pump, RESOLUTION CLOSING AND Notice is hereby given, that
BUTANE y 1/2/ horse motor, serial P2 with ABANDONING AN UNUSED pursuant to a Final Judgment
LIGHTER tallwi511fI pump attached Jacuzzi, serial ROAD LYING IN SECTIONS 26 dated April 11, 1977, in Case
+ 4B7028328 with blue PM filter. 1 AND 35, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH Number 77-47 CA of the Circuit
t.:1111111111 I 68EAvfn ( KITCHEN Jacuzzi, sea-green In color whirl RANGE 22 EAST, BRADFORD Court of the Eighth Judicial

SCENIC PRINTS i pool bath. 1 Jacuzzi, grape in COUNTY FLORIDA. Circuit in and for Bradford
I A FAVORITE SHIRT t j color, whirl pool bath serial 113 County Florida in which
model JRI-54. 1 Custom line TO ALL WHOM IT MAY GUARANTY FEDERAL
STYLED FOR MEN
SAVE 25% SAV 24% VALue PLUS executive whirl pool bath with CONCERN: SAVINGS AND LOAN

% PET 'M TICK A FLEA 26-CT. KITCHEN! CAN MEN'S HEAVY DUTY pump, serial P4. century.2 Jacuzzi You will take notice that after ASSOCIATION OF GAINES-
FAMOUS OAf COLLAR FOR DOGS LINERS 44 OT. SIZE VINYL WORK BOOTS 4 .96LOW whirl pool bath, model J300-B.; publication of a Notice of VILLE, a national banking
115-12 COLOR circulators with handles. 1 Jacuzzi Hearing on a Petition for closingand association, is the Plaintiff and
MINT FILM :;:1.99Kills WAS 1.27 !DISC.rrucm' 8 94 DISCOUNT PRICE 'oil whirl pool bath, model J300: Unit abandoning an unused road TRIANGLE R INTERPRISES,
circulator 1 Jacuzzi 26 INC., GENEVA LAKE
68cWASJaf The richest color ft 94938 whirl lying in Section and 35
designs In'J
flees S ticks from Keep kitchen can unitary.Me I" vinyl uppers, g.nulaGoody. .
'' pool bath model J30B, Unit 5 South. 22 ESTATES INC. corporations
Township Range
heed to .loll for 4 months.g $ seal for eilra strength. .,won. Ten,7-12. easy-care polysater fabric. \
Great match-mates for solid fi w 49606 circulator. 1 A.O. Smith East Bradford County Florida, existing under the laws of
color slacks. With I long sleeves, electric water heater. model DRE the Board of County Com Florida and THE ATLANTIC
pored styling. In men', .lie. 6P790. serial 790-K-73-30640. 1 missioners of Bradford County NATIONAL BANK OF

A O. Smith 6-gal. electric water Florida, at the meeting on PALATKA, a national banking
heater, model DRE6P790 serial January 10, 1977, passed a association, are the Defendants
rxunrne r 't'A 790G7334888. 1 Jacuzzi electric Resolution closing and abandoning I will sell to the highest and best
motor pump filter assembly, a road and renouncingand bidder for cash in the lobby at
century, serial N8. 1 Jacuzzi disclaiming any right of the front door of the Bradford
/ I custom line Roman bath purple, Bradford County. Florida and County Courthouse at 11:00a :
serial 193. 1 Jacuzzi, whirl pool the public in and to the land m. on April 25 1977, in
VALUE PLUS? SAVE 25% VALUE PLVSI VALue PLUS /i bath grape in color, serial 112. 1 lying within said unused road: Starke Bradford County,

IS LB. GRANULAR g OZ. PEPSI OR COKE RE DWOObALUMINUFOLOINQ WOMEN'S VINYL 1 Large green whirl pool bath by Said road abutts or runs over the Florida on the following
DRY POOL CHLORINE TUMBLERS,4-PACK PATIO CHAIR CAMP MOCCASINS Aqua Therapy Spas Inc. with following described parcels of described property set forth in
fr
r-1 inside steps 1 White/blue Jacuzzi land: the order of Final Judgment: ,
FftlCI DISC 13.88Keeoe WAS 1.47 !MICE DISC 9.94 MICE, 2.88 : : pump assembly No. 580445. 1 A parcel of land situated in the

Gas powered concrete compactorby All of the North 588,92 ft. of the Northeast One Quarter (ME 14)of )
..Claris pool,algae velar ft vbu.ee.v1 tree. of Clear famous" gloss sort. drink w/lmprmt brands. of .Tubular/....wood aluminum....1.|and b.frame..... Fun Irtcot ft vamp.lining f-10. lacedInrootNne \\ Jay Corp, Model J13 serial South Quarter of the SW 1/4. the Northeast One Quarter
\ P' numbers 19-485 and 5263741. 1 East of U.S. Highway 301 West (NE 1/4) of Section 36
\ 1 Gas powered chain saw by of the Seaboard Airline Railwayand Township 8 south Range 22
A5SAVE S A veto* K.JJSAVE "STIHL," red and gray In color. 1 North of the County graded East, Bradford County, Florida
*_ DIVING MASK ; Jacuzzi, purple whirl pool bath. 1 road in Section 26, Township 5 said parcel being more parti-
V. ?, MASKIAND ASA VALUE\ PLUSI' Jacuzzi whirl pool bath, modelJn.B. South, Range 22 East, Bradford cularly described as follows:
4 NOMKCLMT 15% ; Unit 46197, circulator with County, Florida.A Commence at the Northeast corner
MISSES' LINGERIE IN T-SHIRTS OR BRIEFS handle. 4 Chemical. feeder, model of said Section 36 and run
a __ 1.97 Onverse 51 1 TWO POPULAR STYLES! BY A TOP MAKER H301. serial nos 37923 37348 triangular piece of land being South 00 degree 27'33" East
[ wuy4VALUE T' WAS DISC 37350, and 35604 "The WIDGET." 475.74 ft., East of the SW along the East line of Section 36,
1 VALUE PLUS .66 1.96 1 Yellow Leather Char 1 Green Corner of Section 26, Township\ a distance of 464.35 feet;thencerun

17% V 14"VALUPLUS I Lace flounced. weld gown ftbabydollstyle T-shirt, S lo XL lit...,., HI Metal Upright cabinet two-door. 1 5 South, Range 22 East, on the North 89 degrees 15'47"
YOUR CHOICE!STURDY PLUSI4EVEREADY FOAMING MEN'S CONVERSE I I.M,'". 44........Pkg.. of 2. Black Leather and Mahogany Easterly boundary of U.S. 301 West 200.00 feet; thence run
STAINLESS COOKWARE RUG SHAMPOO, 20 OL | BASKETBALL SHOESCI3.88 Chair, 1 Black Cloth and and running North 31 degrees 7' North 68 degrees 06'30" West
AA BATTERIES W Mahogany Swivel Chair. 1 Filing 10" East, 132 ft., to the 460 00 feet to the Point of
X1.97TM. x1.27Sally "," Cabinet, five-drawer, off brown. 1 Southerly boundary of the Beginning; thence run North 19
.. 1.4 i4ij filing Cabinet. five.drawer, steel County graded road run thence degrees 41'17" East, 200,67 feet
homo the t
quart cleans and .beeutmealruoa Sturdy canvas ./-"' 1I. ,
: 1 Executive Desk 34' 50"
black South 71 East the
grey. degrees to
.aue.p-l.or skills DISC ICI and upholstery quksktyl soles. I......site*7-12. Southerly right of way line
metal with mahogany top. 2 324.74 ft, to the Southerly of Lakeshore Drive; thence run
SeYE]" e'IA14J Secretary swivel chairs 1 yellow boundary of the Section, and North 71 degrees 42'12" West
SUPER BUY! Superf :e and 1 brown\ 1 Reception Desk, 3- run thence South 88 degrees 25' along said Southerly right ofMY
I vieK/Nyout. SUPER SCHICK IICAnTrtlOOt drawer, black metal and 10" West, 376.5 ft., to the Pointof line 50.00 feet; thence run
/lImK 2)) S., mahogany top. 1 Desk, large, 6- Beginning. Northwesterly along said
Ui
I1OL.19 -r{ drawer mahogany. 1 3M Casual Southerly right of way line with
1.69wA 4-t 1 Desk Copier, Serial 895711. The North 1/4 of the NW 1/4, I curve concave Northeasterly,
WAJJS As the property of the above Section 35 Township 5 South, laid curve having a central angleof
{>Ar' ) named defendant and that on Range 22 East, Bradford 07 degrees 12'17", a radius of
/ Monday the 25th day of April, County, Fkxlda., '37.38 feet, and an arc length of
% SA V!'4'" SA V 1T"BASKITBAll VALUe PLUSI VALUE_PLUSI_ 1977 at twelve o'clock noon on 55 00 feet; thence run South 18
SITU DAY CAST IRON SHOES MEN'S LUXURY HIGHMEN'S REVERSIBLE! laid day at Route 2, Box 408A, This Notice is published one degrees 14'44" West 197.79
10x17"DOUBLE!HIBACHI COLOATI TICKLI MOLL-OM FOR LITTLE PLAYERS BULK DRESS SOCKS LEATHER BELTS Melrose, Florida (intersection of time pursuant to Florida Statute feet' ; thence run South 68
TooTNrA1n DCODORANT OJ. DISC.we State Road 21 and S21.B), I will 336.10. degrees: 08'30" East, 100,00 feet
>WAS* 5.88AdruetaMo FOOB MINTS 2.44 a 66o =1.44 offer for sale and sell to the highest Dated this TENTH day of to: the Point of Beginning
99oz 990 bidder for cash in hand the above
ahrems .. Netry __ toM stripes, Losurtou. mylonNryNc {rain en one suds black. en January, 1977. DATED: April 11, 1977.
.
tribe. Wood hendiss..plate.... WAI too fuord.III sisal. iv..-10.IGARETTES btaod In assL colors. W-li. Die...... Sues. >>42- described property of said Gilbert S. Brown Clerk of the
defendant to satisfy aforesaid BOARD OF COUNTY COM- Court.

__ 312 W. Madison St. ?W* Reg. A King Super a 1QJ'I Execution.DOLPH E. REDDISH. SHERIFF, COUNTY.MISSIONERS FLORIDA OF BRADFORD: Deputy BY: Virginia clerk.Publication. F. Darby, As

984-I513f I CI 48' S4U Cart<<. *4'1 Carton Bradford County, Florida By: George Roberts April 14. 1977 of/ In this the notice BRAD-on

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BROOKERIN Jeanette BRIEFby Prescott Deadline CLASSIFIED RATES for Insertion AD j j



Phone 483-1715: Tuesday noon preceding

Thursday before publi-- =
BABY SHOWER cation.


Mrs. David Brannen of Key. Minimum charge 12.00 '\

stone Heights was honored (Covers 15 Words) r.

with a baby shower March 31 Each word over 15

at the Community Center. 10 cents j

Mrs. Brannen is the former

Darleen Jones daughter of All classified ad,

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones of must be paid for In advance

Brooker. Hostesses for the unless you havean 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 GARAGE SALE Friday k A 1971 OLDS Delta 88 four AVON CALLING to buy

occasion were: Mrs. Kathy established account acres with 2 rental mobile and Saturday, April IS, 16. FOR RENT door. heat/air, AT, radio or sell Avon phone 7552807or .

Hallmark, Mrs. Carol Lee with The Telegraph. In homes aO for 135.000. 1222 Bradford St., Stark power brakes/steering. write Loma Clyatt, P.O. -- -
Janine Some owner llnaaclng. Itpd 4/14 1500. See 633 M.cM.boa.phoa. Box 220,Lake City,Florida.
Jones Wtllingham that
event
fl extra
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Phone 964-8253. after 4 p.m. ---- -------- FOR RENT 40x80 block 9646279.Itchg TFChg I $ trWZllCJar
Theressa Jones. About 13 of charge for billing. Not 2/3 TF ICba GE and RCA Black and hull la..12'c.DIa.ld..llo' 414SARAH
her friends honored her and responsible for errors most any business, Starks
Whit TV's. ---- ---- !
-------- Vary good con ---- BILL'S SAW SHOP complete
she received many useful when given over the dition. Phone 5332811. area. 1250 per month Phone service

gifts. Their baby is due, phone or when copy is 3 frame BEDROOM,with pump HOME and range.- Itpd 4/14 964-5609. TF/Chg circular sharpening, hand carbide,,

Thursday, April 28. not typed and brought to Just outside city limits. ----------- MISCELLANEOU chain mower .blade hollow

the office. Phone 964-5484 or 964-6363. YARD SALE. Friday and TRAILER SPACE 2 miles ground and balanced. Leaveat

SOFTBALLTOURNAMENT 3/31 3tchg 4/14 Saturday, Apr IS and 16. outside city, compute hook COVENTRY JEW: Jackson Building Supply

656 MaeMahoa. Baby and ups. Phone 964-636S any ELRY sales. Starke or Keystone Heights. .
opportunity.
children's Clothes, toys and time. 4/14 TF/chg I
-- -------- Phone Erma Johns, 964-6483 TF/Chg_ _
.other miscellaneous ----------- Cecella Terwillegar
At a Softball tournament, 4 BRICK HOME throe bedrooms. Itpd 414SWIMMING Items. or Annetta BeaaUs, 372- NEED HOME IMPROVE. j.
held in Gainesville Friday and HELP WANTED PIa..r.. ... Subdi LARGE APARTMENT 4444. 12/2 TF/Chg MENTS OR REPAIRS PREFERRED PROPERTIES
------------
Saturday, April 1 and 2 vision. $21.000. Phone 964- upstalre with central DONE? for fireplaces, remodeled

Westwood Hills, Church of 7467._Itchg POOL distributorhas SACRIFICE heat/air, downtown. Phone. WILL PAY up to ISO cash kitchens, baths, Modern,3 bedroom, 1 and one-half bath CB home in I'
loading
God won 14-9 over Brooker in 7 FREE TRAILER for deluxe aluminum pools 4/14 9647271.TF.ehg for old ears Thornton' Sal additions, 'ar..... or enclosed city with CH-A. Low down payment and closing "

innings of play. Also Trighicwon healthy, retired couple la felt over from 1976 .... vage. Phone 964-6243. 1/20 carports phono Marcus costs. Only $23,500.
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by a score of I 11-10 over exchsnge lor work on LOST & FOUND 1/2 prka. >, guaranteed mstaDatloa TF/Chg Grlffls, 473-2108. !.
APARTMENT
Brooker In 9 innings of play. chicken 1482, Graham.Itchg ranch.. Phone 485- and terms. Phone Lake. one bedroom on Klngdey Phone TF/Chg 5 acres In country on paved road with nearly new 3
collect [904)) 3846156. TF- PERSONAL
Better luck next time. VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS
I 4/14 5332621. tlOO/month. bedroom double-wide ready to move Into only
The Bradford County Health FOUND! Black/brown /Chg Itpd 414SUMMER f SERVICES aU makes, all $14,500.
will German Shepherd male In models. Starke Sewing Center S
Department hold a rabies FOR SALE mobile homo --- --- ------
Saturday April 16 from B.I... Hlghwsy area COTTAGES TOP SOIL FILL DIRT 6 215 East Call Street
clinic parts and .appl.... OLIN'SMOBILE 00Kla..I.y Summertime's coming we have the best of
11 am. to 12:30 at Phone 9647803. HOME SALES Lake. Air condi days per week) dozer work phone 964-8312. 3/24 4tpd
Brooker city hall. p.m. HOMES FOR SALE! Itpd 414LOST Highway 100 West Starko, tioned. Weekly. Phone 533- and dragline work. Phone 4/14 Hampton Lake)
-- ---- ----- 468-1873 Star Route I
2366. ,
Two grown Chinese phone 964-5606. TF/Chg 4/14 4tpd S/S Hampton STEPHEN MOBILE HOME MOVING Spacious, well kept, older home on Madison; large

SCHOOL LUNCIII\IENU pug doges male and female, SMITH LANDFILL. CHG also mobile home hurricane landscaped lot with storage! house. "
STRAWBERRIESOldMissionary.$6 ----- -------
APRIL 18-22 OLD tan; taken from W. MarketRd. anchoring and mobile
HOUSE WITH 8 per Ilet- MOBILE IIOME 12x65 HENLEY ELECTRIC
.
Reward. Don Bagwell home ;
roof OUn'sMobile
ACRES. coating. Attractive house next to Garden Rca-
OH US 301 north. phone 964-6200 or 964-7095. bring your own container. three bedroom partly COMPANY-residentIal Home Service. Phone apartment
MONDAYH.m"ur.... Phone 964-6743. 3/24 taurant. modern units with ample parkingarea.
4tpd Itpd 4/14 984-6469. Horace A.Enowle. furnished one-half mile commercial Industrial. 964-6606. Highway 100W., Eight j

hilptr wild rid, tllctd, 4/14 ________ .. South of Starko on 301. Phone 411-1200. Starke. TFehgSTANLEY Excellent Investment.If I
tomato and pepser rlngi 4/7 2tpd 4/14. Phone 964-6186. 4/7 4tpd 428.BRADFORD. _____ I

green ....n., psscftst roll NEW HOME 3 BR, 2 --------- Itpd 414.KINGSLEY. --------- HOME PRO you are fuel-conscious we have a brick horpe" ,

and m Ilk. bath carpet, CH/A. corner 1 MOTORCYCLES i GUNS FOR SALE 22', -- --- ------- SEPTIC DUCTS buy or sell. convenient to churches and stores that is complete ;

TUESDAY-PIli' wild lot. by school. In Keystone. 21i'., and 38' sold at Dah- LAKE Two TANK SERVICE- Phone Barbara Daniels, 473- and modern In every detail Including four bedrooms I

.b.tl. lou.eI salad ptai, W.W. Cox Building Con mer'a Dlscoupt. TF/Chg_ bedroom garage apartment. residential pump-outa $40. 3758. 3/17 12tpd 6/2 and priced right)
tractor. Phone 473-4931. Year around. Call 269-0508 Fast service guaranteed. !
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potato Chips on. llci brssd SUZUKI OF STARKE
3/10 TFChgBY CAMPER for LWB track) or 533-2884.: : Phone 964-8121.
and bvttr m Ilk. your author lied Susnkl DeIRay, ll0l2volt 414LARGE We have beautiful homes in Connerly Estates. You ,

WEDNESDAYI.eI OWNER. 3 BR. 2 Bath dealer.. Phone 964-6020. 1640 hot water heater, A/C system, 25) Itchg-- ---------- 4/74tpd4/2J.p; ____ Ralph Bryan, have to see to compare and truly appreciate. I

chicken mathsd. potatoot. Brick Home, CH/A 1 Acre South Walnut ((301 south In gal. water tank and holding APARTMENT SEWING MACHINES -
Real Estate
ptas and csrrott ptnoapplo Lot Outside City Limit. on Stark.. .) TF/Chg tank) self-conUlned. 1750. Downatalrs, Furnished, repaired all makes. Needed: Homes In good repair for $25,000.

pudding, rolls and butter, Hwy. 230 E. Many Extras, Phone 496-2444. No collect Adults Only,No Pets. Phone cleaned, oiled and adjusted, 32 acres .oil 8R 100. Just I
m Ilk. S28.000. Easy terms call. 9646352. 17.Work guaranteed. James South of City. Good
available. Phone 9646930. I FOR SALE J 4/7 2tpd 414.COURIER 414 .Strickland corner Morgan. timber. 155000. POTPOURRI
THURSDAYSplc.eI 4/7 TFchg.FURNISHED. --- _TF/chj_______ Road and Highway 16. 3/10 -- -- Green Acres beauty.

ham sandwIch Itttvcs and --------- 23 Plus Base MOBILE HOME LOTS ITFLf _______ 22 Acres SR 16 West. Demorest home near Starke Plaza.

tomato ....n lima .....ns.I' MOBILE TIRES-Firestone Deluxe St.UoaTura.r plus 3 Large lots, 4 miles West of BULLDOZER WORK-land High dry and wooded. Handyman special: Green property on Call St. t

''. with In It. I..nc h frlet HOME-12 x 60, two bedroom Champion 5 tires, belted. Power MIc. 110 Ft. of Coax Starke. SR 16, GQhooly clearing, road building alto 27000. Pecan grove with 10 acres plus cozy home.

.broad, milk. .1 bath good condition. L78-15 Load 19 Ft. Antenna. $199. Phone Trailer Park. Phone 964- preparation. Phone Edward -----

"RID"YI.u.. Private owner. See Phone 782-366O. Range alter D.5 1150 473-3192.. 5153. si/itpd./,.' Davis, Glen St. Mary, 1-259- Lake home Silver Sands. Cecelia/ T. Terwi//egor// '

Itnkt, turnip 9rottts, candiod Saturday/Sunday. 2 miles TF/chg p.m. 4/7 Ztchg 4/14 --------- 3569. 3 BR furnished house with 206 West Madison Avenue '/

yam 5. .ppl... ... corn from SR 229 on SR 235.T.H. ----- --- -- --------- BRADFORD VILLAGE 4/14 tfll/.... adjoining acreage avail m:
APARTMENTS IBR, Florida
O'Steeu. FOR able. (28,000. Starke
.., .. ------
..d and butt. milk TOPPER lor hort wheelbase SALE Diamond AC -- ---
Itpd 414FRAME modern furnished csr -
needles for stereo CARPENTRY WORK OFFICE PHONE 964.7776 .f
any over -
175 Also GAS bkcklou
pickup ; walkIn .clo..t. walled
pet. ..
---- -------- 3 BR with 2
RANGE full slu, 175. 247 different ones, we have garden patio off street painting and repairs. Have REAL lOP HOMEPHONE9645145THOMAS :
acres off Brownies Road j jIB
HOUSE with brick 964-5478. them all. Dahmer's DIs- references. Phone 964-6084.
Phone 315 West
parkins
Add Iron Pills front. Living room dining count. TFChgQUARTERHORSE 2/24 TF/Chg 24400.
4/14 3tpd 4/28 Street, phone
Washington
---- :1
room kitchen combination; 3
------ --- 964-8601.. Before :
1 137 oil SR 100
bedroom I and one-half to acres
To List To Keep bath. On I acre outside city YARD SALE-Friday and AQUA. Gentle, bay stallion, 4/7. TF/chg FOR SALE Typewriters, South from 1100acre. :1J
Saturday In Lawtey, 9 a.m. -------- and Machine ribbons Owner financing. A
Adding
limits. 130.000 by owner. for pleasure or show. Before MOBILE HOME Ia country, You Buy J
From Phone 9646580. Clark Road,225 West mile 5:30, phone 964-7064; after 6 furnished,children welco .. at The Ollic. Shop, phone ----
ChildrenAll off 301. Family clothing, 2 and one-hall to 200
4/14 4tpd 5/5 household Items, much p.m., 7823050. 3/31 TF/chg Phone 964-6114 or 473-4777. 964-5764.- ----- North of Lawtey. From acres ,.t.. REALTY Mobile ,
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more. K.W. Blom.4/14 Itpd 4/7 TF/chg _. UOO/acre. Owner financ
---------- ------ 621 North Walnut St.
; BRICK HOME-4 bedrooms -
medcines
are danger ---- ------ ing.
ALUMINUM WINDOWS Sler..... Florida 32091 Home
ous if not kept from the reachof 2 bath living room, POPUP CAMPER Lib Single hung.and awolng.36a EFFICIENCIES- ---- '
: 964-6162 .
children but one drug. iron dining room family room new 1976. Coachman. Used 8 18.50; 30 27 S30/week; MOTEL'ROOMS ''Rsstr4at.d.-" ''uadkae>' lot. 'jfortheriy, A.J.Thclaa.- I J

pills parents might not consider with fireplace, CIlIA, Indoor 3 times, sleeps 6, awning, 'lIl10,18 x 52 15.50; 46 25wek.': Furnished: near Country Club. Owner *', Real Estate) See
laundry room, one 2172
dangerous can be deadlyif acre extras. 1800 cosh, or small 52 *27JH| MANY utilities Included clean and financing.'
ft. Phone 964-5784.
sq. equity and assume pay OTHER SIZES. BAIGAINCENTER,30lSqujktficbg quiet. Starlit. Motel 301, 3 Registered Real ---- ,,
i taken by small children. 4/14 4 tpd 5/5 3 bedroom frame house In John
ments. Phone 782-3033 after miles north ot Starke.. NEED acreage. Small or
Common iron pills or tablets : Estate Broker Brooker, on 4 lots, pave
--- -- --- -- 5 pjn.Itpd 4/7 TF/chg. large la Hampton area.

prescribed for iron-deficiency BRICK HOME-3 bedrooms 414DODGE SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR --------- ---- street. 473 3775]
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anemias and commonlyfor SALE 10 above Fred Sackett 24 Acres1000 ft. SR 16
very 2 bath double carport --- -- ---- -- percent FURNISHEDAPARTMENT on 3 bedroom frame house ,
pregnant women are on nice lot, carpet DART. 1965. Good cost. OUn's Mobile Home Three BrokerU.S. W..t.2 building 138000. between Raiford and Lake

dangerous and could prove drapes, appliances Included. Condition, Might Consider Service. Highway 100W., large room.Gss, lights and 301 Term. Butler, on one acre. FAULKNERn
fatal i if ingested by small Phone 964-8630. Swap for Motorcycle; and Starke. Phone 964-6606. water furnished. Private Hampton, Florida ----- -- ---

children attracted to the 4/14 2tpd 421SOMETHING FREEZER Upright Like. TF/Chg_ entrnnce. Reaaonablo 20 Acre. Ralford area Modern 2 bedroom home
New, 190. Phone 9646020or at 603 E. Washing 1'713 Dairy barn, well & pump.
medication because of its ---- ------- Inquire Phone 468- :: with carport. central heat
9646021. ton Starke. 3/31 TF/chg' 30000. and "r,aad fenced in back A
bright candy-like 4
appearance SPECIAL- 4/14 2tchg" 4/21 1 WANTEDWANTED
warn doctors of the Florida --------- TF-Chg yard.
outside limits
Just city onI'm. -- -------- ----- L
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Medical Association. 2/3 lot OLIN'S SUBDIVISION WEHAVE OTHERS!
Power acre GARAGE SALE. Friday F.Delano Thomas 126 S.Water St.
Children have died from large pines, 3 BR Home, In and Saturday, 590 Center. Used re 1/2 acre lots, 130 per month. PHONE RALPH BRYAN Reg.Real Estate Broker Storks. ,Florida T

swallowing as few as a dozen good condition, eheap- Phone 964-8324. Irlgerators washers and water and sewage fnrnlshsd. REALTOR Eve.weekends 964-5065

of the tablets with symptomsof 118000. Phone Wayne at Itchg 4/14 stovss In good condition. For Information phone Mark 964-8788 533-2210 Y

iron developing 964-6991 or Art at 473-2039. -- --------- Phone Dahmer's Discount, Olin OUn's Mobile. Home D..Nllhtor
poisoning .
after 4/14 TF Icha 9.92 ACRES 100 9647923. TF/Chg Service, Highway 100 West, EI B Weekend ASSOCIATES RESIDENTIALSPECIAI,11l
within an hour or so on Hwy. Stark. No pets pleaae.Phone .
------------ 2 bedroom, I
W, 795.82 Feet Hwy. OOROBNOBIRTSIMMMCC. Arthur Bruno
ingestion.Iron COUNTY DISTRIBUTORSAND SI4-I606. 1/13 Associates bath, frame house on I
is acute 197S MOBILE HOME 21 x Frontage Price Negotiable ev..wkends" 468-1572
poisoning an 60,with CH/A. Unfurnished. Phone 964-8692. DEALERS needed TF/Chg________ [ ,mx REALTOR Art Patray acre. Priced right.
emergency requiring im. immediately for Genesis II .u flitSCKNorlfl 473-2039 - -
Total Electric, 3 BR 2 Bath. 4/14 2tchg" 4/21 Harold Eppseve.
mediate medical treatment as soil Inoculant. Nitrogen Temple Avi. I 3 bedroom. 1 bath blockhouse
Phone after 5 p.m. 964-5723. -- -- -------- THREE BEDROOM Homo wkends 964-6616
soon as symptoms are re Itpd 4/14 BIG YARD SALE at Under filing blue grsen algae for oa Klngeley Lake.1150week Wayne Douglas on nice lot. Excellent

cognized. The common ------------ wood Motel Thurs. 4 Fri., all crops. Tremendous during summer. 964-6991 Judith Flynn condition.
characteristics of iron LAKEFRONT HOME. 4 April 14-15. 3 Miles North of financial opportunities Union In' Phone 964-4788. itpdAUTOMOBILES JiF' or eve.wkends. 964-8384 - -
Bradford Clay 9644593LONGCIIAMP 3BR.il/2B mobile home
poisoning are shock, coma BR Dining Room Living Stark. on Hwy. 301.St.rtlaa.t ,
Counties. Reply Box 764 B, on 1/2 acre. $9IMM fur
vomiting. and diarrhea. Room. (Ia. Room with. rock 10 ...... tO Dark.In ----------- Stove Simmons
Fern Park, Fla. 32730. nished.
..
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.ad. 964-5881
built in Case of Rain 22. evo.
fire place and stereo Apt. no.
4/7 2tpd 414HOUSEFOR - -
414COUCH k A 3 BR. LR. DR. Lg.
also patIo Like New. Call llpd FARMS AND ACREAGE
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Two Graduate Adams Builders 473-2056 or ------------ f FOR SALE Family Room, Fireplace Home and Building'Materials
RENT Two or '. Wo have 2 1/2 to 5 acre
173..70.14 3tchg" 4/28 AND CHAIR SALE 20 ncres with barn,
tracts. Good location Very
three bedroom nice clean Graham terms.
---------- 8169.95 Daher'sDhecosnt.
up home In Bradford Countyarea. low down payment.
Two On UF 2/3 TFChgWATSON'S - -WE BUILD-
NEW LOW MAIN - -
1 child. Phone 904-669- FORD LTD. 1971. Country Club Estates 2
TENANCE: Brick Home, 3 HOUSE OF 4030. Breogham, 49,000 miles, lots very ressensble. : "Your Plans Or Ours 27 acres of wooded land

HonorRoll BR 2 Bath GE Heat Pump VACUUMS, brands Itpd 414WANTEDi loaded. 782-1917. - Your Lot Or Ours Lillian C.Pearson with several pecan trees.

for only 135,000. Call AdamsBoilder. many ------------ 4/7 chg 121./ New block home In te....3 WATERFRONTNice
el new ".c..... Used FREE ESTIMATES Real Estate lot
on good fishing
473-2056 473.
or Small .cr..la -------- BR. 2 B, LR C/HAA

Two local students 4470. repairs machines,all available.makes.Parts Expert aadaccessorise St......, Lawtey area, Westof large garage, quite area, Remodeling Repairs .lake. $9.500 with terms.
WE NEED HOMES TO
graduated from the 4/14 3tehg' 4/28 Isr all vacuums.Bslltlu 301. Will pay cash Phone corner lot.Several Additions STARKE
----------- Neat... SELL!!!
University of Florida this esntral vacuum 964-8533. 3/31 4tpd 4/21 - Homes Bought comtoratblo 2 BR
THE O'NEAL'SARE
quarter and two earned MOBILE HOME WITH 2 systems. 404. NW 10th commercial on 'SoldTradedACREAGE frame homo In walking dlstaace PaulHl'aulhnerRealtor- -

straight "A's" and received ACRES double wide Avenue, Gauesvlle. Phone 301. ) te town. Central air
BACK - large storage/utility,
President's Honor Roll cer 24i60 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 376-7110. TFCh1SWIMMING COMMERCIALPROPERTY 53 - -
1 bath block 115,500.
BR cos-
tificates. CH/A.la Lawtey. SR 225, FOR Associates'
etructloo LR, Family - -
POOLS Now available .. SJt. 100
Just nil U.S. 301. 17000. Complete Irene L. Faulkner
SALE 2 BR frame with
Room In town. carport,
deluxe nbsve ground
In city limit. el Starke-
Contact M.M. Jordan pbeae 9S4-S14
Among the 1,246 degrees 782-3220. 3/24 TF/Chg ommmum. nod stesl pools New Brick Bldg.-Corner Lawn Care - 96443853Highway ) refrigerator and .t.".. Susan M.B.....
awarded on March 19 were: |\3h) repossessed by bank. lot. Ajacaat lot toned 9 acres pasture land SOI South Just out of city limits 964.6171wiijiiiii91

James Patrick Watts of will sacrifice. 1'.._ collect commercial ..... reasonably priced just off S1S.OOO.
Starke, a Bachelor of Building BY OWNER.Hardwood 3 BR, X Floors Bath, \I9041-398-S103 days er 964-6120 SR 16, N.W. oil to.... Starke - -
CH/A, 3/3 TFChgBOOTS - 8.7 acre. Highway 100-S at :
Construction from the Collegeof Landscaped la Eleell..tC.adJtloa. evenings. L.K.EDWARDS 411 rI
alee frame 10O-A 15500. \
Architecture; and Rosie 124.000. Pb... AASSOC.INC. 964-5823 Very large I
house oa corner lot a> lows - -
Doretha Hudson, Lawtey, a 9046667.Itchg 473-2669 nA .13 BR. 2 baths C/HAA I0acresfacingSft 230 and
REALTORMOBILE 8705 FToriland Reak I 2" thru 6"
Bachelor of Arts in Education 4//4 uw- 4/28 large a...... Wlsoa Road 122.000.

from the College of Education. - Combination Going - Fast Rotary

With 4.0 averages for the 15-20 aero tracts high lead buiineis with nice apartment 5 1/2 acres facing two

quarter were: Lucille G. at HOME on paved road Grahamarea. en 1.88 acres) with graded roads divided by J Drilling Equipment

Cruickshank, Rt. 1 Box :433, SIGNS I Tor.... 407.26 It. en 301. creek, I9JOOO.
in'the ol all Id..... - ----- - 'STATE LICENSED
Starke. She Is a junior PARK .
CARRftDINESmSTINWMNGLEI 1-3-6 sere hsmssltss 2 Cheap way to get your own 36.35 acres US 301 north I
of Agriculture; HICKSf4POODLE
College Pandurang Star Rented Signs. ( fa side City Limits ..Use N.W..f Starke. business, Prim. location 156,500. Pump
Kamath AJit Painted SlgnaMagnetic WalK to Bradford Sauxirs - 45'x 5$' Bid small amt - -

2 Rt. 301 Hampton, a iresn-; S..... Or Downtmtm Frame house m town, 2 down.Lst ns show. you this LAWTEY ,
man in University College. GROOMINGCall .bedroom LR. .kitchen, FR. property. Small 5 room frame hems

For the winter quarter the Advertising. Specialties Always the largest ISO Per Mouth Very reasonable.Frame ----- ea 1.4 aero-fenced paainro, I New&'UsediSales.PartsServicet
University had 840 students And Printing.PLYMPTON selection For AppointmentDrop - 10 At 12 percent down.Bal. $12,000.
All city Cenveaieaces ..... .In tows, 3 .in 10 ro.
of total of 21,874 un- - -
out a
dergraduates earn aPresident's SIGNS Always the. lowest pries. Fir.,1'....Protection, Off On Way To .bedroom, 2 "hath, Uvlngroom. ----- Commercial .building soil I

Honor Roll cer- tllE.WaahlagtaeSt.Phone City G.sWst.r andSew.r work & Pick Up On Way 2 car carport, Let .In Starke. ISO' x ISO' te "barbershop, $15,000. I E-Z TermsPlumbInI I II

964-4511 Beke 81ns 18 te M atorsgs ares, Wslant 5000. I I II
tificare. Jo-Lu Mot.l. Home9647837a3. Street. ----- 5 acres SR 225E. $7,500.

Among the 1,248 degrees Itpd .4/14 Indian .._..... TIPAINTING ', I BR Frame B.... en ...- I I II
awarded, 950 were bachelor 6/2" 3 BR I 7eth cYheme with half acre lot. UJJ acres wtth"ulee 3 BR

degrees 175 masters and 49 large FR .In tew. Very ----- frame .homo, 150,000. I

PH.D'S. as well as 54 law, 17 CARRADINE-8 ...c.. 4 BR BrIck, nice area - New Installation :

education and one dental LEATHER SHOP - sheet walklag distance I.towa. 29 acres on US 301, S
degree. HELP WANTEDSewing U.8.301 ANDBallard PAPERHANGINGSons I BR 1 bath frame .la tewa.Mokao $33,500. } Remodeling II

1 mile south el Lawtey - ----- - -
MachineOperators 7 l- 400 homo with .large 3 BR. C.B. H..... Nice Bsautlhil farm, 51.8 acres Repairs :

Inc.nmercial addition .. 1.8 acres off N.f&h............ o. 301. BrIck .home with 2
Older American Wanted ( 301 South Owner. a.sing. .- ----- IIr.p...... 3 BR 2 baths, Ourranc'PUMPS&SUPPLY!'

Hearing Set BRASINGTON 100' en Lake with trailer CHdkA, barn, tested,

Experienced( Helpful Cadillac OldunobUe Residential Cor '* Industrial well A senile; tank. planted pasture, $195,400.ASSOCIATES .

There will be a publicbearingonTiueallhandVll But Not Necessary.Will Sake A Service 3 111,1 ;a''h; CB home --- -- :

of Train Fin, StUetion Of Used Insu red with_....FR.. ,peel very, m tewa.alee, y.rsi. P. 0dm. : Lola Zktperer 964-7154 or COMPANY I II
the Older Americans. Act of
Apply In Person Cart TaA:.,. On RaistorsdP..aIE.tat. 7S2-1397. I I.I I.
1965 at 2 p.m. on April 28, at Cadillac Tradti GEORGE ROBERTS JR. Broker Lillian Ponroon I 864 N. Temple Ave. I
Lake Bitler WorkfnanshiiGainesville904 :3 Guaranteed R. .Real Estate Broker 64-7700 -
1604 S.E. 3rd Avenue, Gaines- Apparel 2001 REALTOR
ville. N.W.13 ,3785301GAINESVILLE '...964-78M, 9645475PeariAndrews I SI8rfe' !

The will be to 1 BIK. W. Of Lawtey,FUrUa7SJM06 f I I
meeting open /:176-1137
the public. Union_General .n ICIac OPEN Saturday A J(. A 9....;.)re I I .984-7061 I l'fl l'flI

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worship services Ham. and 7 LAWTEYBy
SCHOOL NEWS naadlat buns m practice 7pm
(ally sandwich graan p and Mrs. W.F. Atwood and McCulley here last week during the timeof
The Lawtey MiniOlympicteam ".lIow caka with paachas. MYF 7:45: p.m. Wednesday Elizabeth Terry Phone 782-3300 family. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer Milo Smith's funeral.
captured nine gold m Ilk. night. Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robert- Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. David McCulley spent
medals, five silver medals, Highland Baptist Sunday Futch and children, of Black children attended an Easter Bon attended services at Emory Sword, Mrs. Shirley Wednesday through Sunday
and six bronze medals in the School 10 a.m., worship ser- Mountain, N.C., and Mrs. egg hunt Sunday afternoon at Zion's Rest Primitive Baptist Smith and Donna were with his brother-in-law and
games held at Brooker on HEALTH CLINIC vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Martha Brantley and childrenand the home of her parents, Mr. Church in Jacksonville on visiting her from Lebanon, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Scott
the Prayer meeting Wednesday at Benton and Eve Futch, all and Mrs. Fred Carter. and Milo Smiths
April 1 Congratulations to Sunday enjoyed a good Va. The Dobbs, Davies and son of Pensacola.
team. Bradford County Health 7:30: p.m.Laura of Starke. Mrs. Futch was a Mr. and Mrs. George D. meal afterwards. Later they
The PTA will meet on Department will be spon- BaptistSunday Saturday dinner guest of her Kelly and son Donny attendedthe visited Mr. and Mrs. C.K.
Tuesday, April 19, at 7 p.m. A soring a Rabies Clinic at the School 10 a.m., worship ser- sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland, Master Golf Tournamentin Cowan and Mrs. Edith
musical will be presented by Lawtey City Hall on Saturday, vices It a.m. and 7:30: p.m. of Gainesville. Augusta, Ga., Wednesday Swinney and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Slater's
all the grades and a Spring April 23 from 1-3 p.m. Plan Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Maines Griffis and through Sunday.Mrs. J.C, Beach..
Fashion Show will be held now to take advantage of this 7:30: p.m. sons of Palatka spent. the Tommy Clayton, Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
The election of officers for the clinic. Northslde Baptist- weekend with her mother and Mrs. Inez Teston, of visited their parents, Mr. and Food & Scat
1977-78 school year will also Sunday School 10 a.m., wor- Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, andsister Jacksonville, spent Saturday Mrs. G.L. Peterson of Dowling
lake place. ship services 11 a.m. and 7 Mrs. Daisy Boch. Mrs. afternoon with Mrs. Clayton's Park, on Sunday. Open u.s. 301 S.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Tom Whaley and daughters of mother, Mrs C.R. Crews. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas 7AM.12PM. & Walnut St.
SCHOOL MENU; nesday at 7 p.m.St. Tampa returned home While there they carried and Jay, of Live Oak, Mr. and
Church of GodSunday John's Missionary Saturday after spending the flowers to her father's grave. Mrs. T.L. Casey and Kathy of
MONDAYV.g..I.. School 10 a.m., worship Baptist Sunday School 10 week with her daughters and Other guests were their Starke, Mrs. S.D. Andrews, WINE TASTING FRIDAY SCHAEFERiuTURDA13
bil soupranch/ Irlo. services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. a.m.,worship services 11 a.m. other relatives. Her daughtersof cousin, Mrs. Liza Lloyd, on Debbie and Randy, of Wild- BEER
Ch.... braadsncha peach Prayer meeting Wednesday and 3 p.m. on second and Starke went home with her. Sunday afternoon.Mr. wood, Mr. and Mrs. R.C. P.M.-7 P..
criua milk 7:30: p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: fourth Sundays. Prayer bandon for the weekend. and Mrs Johnny Wyke, Moore and sons, of Lake City Stop By And Have A Cup 12 Oz. .*115
TUESDAYSp..hllll p m. Mondays at noon. Tommy and Teresa of Laurin- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards, of N.R. Btls 6 Pk
with m .., ch..... cole Evergreen Kaptlst Smyrna Missionary Mrs. Wayne Hardee and burg, N.C.,spent the weekend Kingsley Lake, Mrs. Mamie On The House
Sunday School 10 a.m., Baptist Sunday School 10 Mrs. Alicia Chesser were with their
Haw Irtnch brad applatauc parents, Mr and Lou Edwards, and Mr. and FRESH BOILED
*. milk worship services 11 a.m. and 7 a.m.,worship services 11 a.m. hostesses at a Stork showerfor Mrs Doc Mosley Their Mrs. Lawrence Dinkins, of RED LADY 21 POINTS
WEDNESOAY8or.. p.m. TU 6 p.m., prayer and 7 p.m. BTS 5:45: p.m., Mrs Angie Parrish on grandson and family, Mr and Starke. PURE GRAPE PEANUTS
'.q.. cMcktn Irancn "Iriat.paacliat meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. prayer meeting Wednesday at Friday night at the Clay Hill Mrs. Wayne Berry and son Mrs E.A Stevens, of
tonal Iliad. rout butler Faith Baptist' Radio 7 p.m. Civic Center. Thirty Ladies Kevin of Laurinburg, N.C., Panasofkee, was a Sunday WINE $125th 5 Oz. Bag 35.
Program on \\PXE 8 a.m. After
were present. playingsome
milk. also came with them. overnight guest of her son
Sunday Bible School 10 a.m., DIXIE YOUTH BASERLL games, Mrs. Parrish and
THUItSDAYDI.eI Mrs. Darlene Norman and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
worship services 11 a.m. and 1477hIIKDl'LK opened her gifts. They served Mrs.Cecil Hardee and
bunt with ham taatonlna sons, were Sunday dinner Denise.
rice, undid yarns cln 7:10:: pm. Prayer meeting donuts, potato chips Coca guests of her brother-in-law Mr and Mrs. Charles P. ::f***** EHtia Clean Cars ******
homerails. pear. milk Wednesday 7 30 p.m Tuesday, April 19 at 5:45: Cola and Coffee. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp, Sr., of Lawtey had a
FRIDAY- Chicken wltn ( race l'nitedh.th'Hlist: Lawtey B vs Pirates in Mrs. Nellie Parrish of Norman and sons, and Mr. family reunion to celebrate AUTO.
Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Law toy. Maxville, was a Thursday and Mrs Leonard Norman. Easter Sunday. Out of town kUiE( ; ,
Wednesday, April 20 at 5:45: dinner guest of her sisterinlaw The children enjoyed an guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tim
Angels vs Lawtey G in Starke. Mrs. O.J. Anders. Easter egg hunt during the White and son Wesley of -i SALES t
Thursday. April 21 at 5:45: Mr and Mrs. Virgil Griffis afternoon.Mrs. Pascogoula. Mississippi; Mr. (uWci( 13 (Loco(
Energy Savings Braves vs Law ley G in and family, of Palatka, spent Pierce Crews and Mrs. and Mrs Charles P Sapp, Jr., .
Lawtey. Sunday afternoon with their Onie Thornton were guests of and .daughters Heather and 1976 COUPE DE VINE 1976 CHEV. G"
Friday April 22 at 7, mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinsonand their sister, Mrs. Waldo Heidi of Starke; Mr. and Mrs.
Lawtey B vs Giants in Starke. sister, Mrs. Daisy Boch Pringle, of Worthington Nathan Thornton and ,i:! Silver Loaded MONTE CARLO "
Lawtey Little League Their granddaughter Miss Springs,and their nephew and daughter Wendy of State n.
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR wishes congratulate winnerof Angie Griffis, and friend Billy family, Mr. and Mrs. Ilarry Farm, Ernest Carlton and 14,000 Miles Black ""I I
the raffle for one-half beef, Payne, also of Palatka spen Pringle, of Auburndale, on son Rick; Mrs. H.K. Linzy,
Jean Tennant, Glen St.. Mary the afternoon with them. Thursday. Jr., all of Raiford. Everyone:
Completely Installed Fla. Mrs. Hester Hicks spent the DeWayne Mosley, of had a great time. 1 $8495 $4995
weekend with her sister, Mrs Gainesville, spent Sundaywith J.S. Sapp visited his new :I
I'EKSONALS: O.J. Anders. his grandparents, Mr. great-nephew, Wesley White, "
Mrs. Pierce Crews, Mrs and Mrs. Lonnie Teston for a short time. X r 1975 BLAZER *
Mr and Mrs Donald Onie Thornton and Mrs. Jack Mr and Mrs. James Waters Mr. and Mrs. Truman 1975 DODGE PICKUP
Hodges, of Starke, visited Harris, of State Farm, attended spent the weekend with their Norman, and Reggie Norman, A/T & Air >n..
their brother and sister-in- the of Miss Cl Silver, V-8 Long I Bed
wedding granddaughter, Lorrie, and of Gulf Hammock, Mr and 4 Wheel Drive
$1,590 law Mr and Mrs. Henry Sharon Kim Hodges and &. S'

her parents, Mr and Mrs. Ed Mrs. L.J. Harper, Wayne
Hodges and family, on Sunday Ralph Morgan at First Baptist Schwarts, of Sarasota Harper and son, of Starke, C
$2995
afternoon.Mrs. Church of Starke, on Saturday The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miss Aline Brown and Mrs. $4895
Wayne Hardee at- night. Fire Department sponsoredan Pattie Walker and son, of .
tended a home decorating Mr. and!Mrs Jim Chamber- Easter egg hunt for the Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby .
2 TON SYSTEM party on Thursday night at the lin, spent the weekend with children at the fire house, and Norman and family gatheredat ,5
a 1974 FORD RANGER 1973 DATSUN j
Clay Hill Civic Center Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar- Mrs. Beth Waters was host fora the home of Mr. and Mrs
M'rs Joyce Futch of field and daughter, of Atlanta, birthday party for her little Carl Pievatt on Easter: U *
(PLUS ANY NECESSARY ELECTRICAL WORK ) Blackshear Ga. called on her Ga., girl on her first Birthday at Sunday for a family get A/C A/T Extra Sharp PICKUP 95
sister Miss Elizabeth Terry, Mr.and Mrs. Johnie DeVore the same time. They all en- together and meal.
on Sunday at noon. Later she and son, of Atlanta Ga., spent joyed the egg hunt and also Major and Mrs James S
attended the Milo Smith the weekend with their the birthday cake and drinks. I Dougherty and sons, of $2995 $1695tt
1 FREE HOME SURVEY funeral on Sunday afternoon, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mr. Valdosta.Ga.spent the weekend -
and was a Sunday overnite DeVore and family. Their dad and Mrs. Robert Smith were with their parents Col. -tttt *
"\ \ guest. of her son and daughter- J.R. DeVore has been home guests of Mr and Mrs Bill and Mrs. V\m Wilson. Also 1972 FORD
in law. Mr and Mrs. Terry than week from Brad- { 1975 FORD GRANADA
I\\\.lJ\: more a Ilarrell and family, of Key their sisters. Miss Erda
Futch and family, of Jacksonville ford County Hospital.Mr. stone Heights, on Sunday. Wilson and Mrs Aletha Stoner SHORT BED { -
Beach. On Thursday she and Mrs. Willie Dobbs, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright and of Palm Beach. t with Air, 16.000 Miles
visited her cousins, Mr. and Mike,and Chris, were Sunday her grandaughter Cathy Mrs. Pierce Crews visited PICK\ Up *
Mrs. Carl Moore, of Live Oak dinner guests of their parents, Waters, of Jacksonville, spenta Mr and Mrs Jack Harris, of 95
Friday dinner guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. week with her son and State Farm, and they went to : $3295 $1995 :
Futch were her son, Ralph Mrs. Wayne Hardee and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lake Butler Friday afternoonand iCtt
Clyde Wainwright and family, visited their mother, Mrs. iC
of Lakeland, and her parents. Ruby Richerson in the afternoon 1975 :
L 1R .f= Mr\ and Mrs. James Starling, 1975 FORD PICKUP
,
of Bartow. Mrs. Ella Eberly of Ohio, is I
MIa7A J N 1 Mrs. Truby Wainwright visiting her friends Mr. and V-8, Long Bed RABBIT ?
spent a few days with her son !Mrs. Sumter liar ley. Their iC
41I v and daughter-in-law, Mr and grandson, Bobby May, of i
? Mrs. Frank Wainwright, of Levittown, Penn.,has come to $2995 $2495
Jacksonville. Her son. Jack live with his grandparents,
Wainwright and son of Talla- Mr. and Mrs Sumter Harley IIIU
hassee, were Sunday over and go to school( 1972 DODGE PICKUPD!:!
24 Hour 1974 DATSUNC
Expert Service On All Makes Of night guests of hers. Mr and Mrs Richard III
Mrs. Pierce Crews, Mrs. Chesser and children of Pickup Automatic,
Air Conditioning & Heating EquipmentSAWYER Liquid Chicken Onie Thornton and their Sanford spent the weekend I fl 21,000 Miles Long Bed tt
sister Mrs. Waldo Pringle with their parents, Mr and :I
spent Thursday afternoonwith Mrs ilubbard Harley Mrs. '
FertilizerDelivered their sister, Mrs. D.L. Jackie Smith and children, n. $2495 $1450
Shaw of LaCrosse, and helpedher spent the first of the week wit.. n
celebrate her birthday. her parents
& Spread For You Mrs. J.E. Mclver of Ocala, Pastor A E. :Massey attended 2 1968 1970 CHEV.
spent Easter Sunday with a Bible Conference at ;:
Air Conditioning their sister Mrs Wilma South Shore. Ky., Thursday
$1000 4681985W.A. Wainwright, and attended through Monday. Elder Jim X PICKUP % TON J
services with her. Washer. of Hollywood '"
332 W. Madison StarkePh.Mhfr47701 Mr. and !Mrs Henry Hodges preached in \ place at $495 $995
and children went to Citrus Faith Baptist Sunday April 3. J
j I Tower,Sea World and Disney Friends of Mrs Cathy
Fla. *
Prevatt Hampton, Tf World in Orlando Friday Melton regret to hear that she iC
They attended Main Street is a surgical patient in Brad
Baptist Church in Leesburg on ford County Hospital Our ; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS *
Sunday morning.Mrs. prayers are with her.
Pierce Crews and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Grider 473-4470 & 473-4078 *
Onie Thornton were Easter of Starke were Sunday dinner
Sunday dinner guests of her guests of their nephew and it


NOTICE THE ROCKY HILL SISTERS.




Effective WednesdayApril MAKIN' IT BIG IN RECORDS.



You wouldn't think there'd be records by producing 31,820 pounds

much way to improve milk production of milk and 1,816 pounds of fin

!13 1977 in the country's top Jersey herd. 365 days.

Let alone increase profitability. The next younger sister, Rocky

Butthat'sexactlywhathappened Hill Debbie Rockal, is now first place

when some Gold Kist farm hands put National Class Leader for milk junior-4,

their talents to work for WL Howell 365 days, while the youngest sister

and his son on their Rocky Hill Jersey Rocky Hill Favorite Deb, is the first

All County Office NumbersWill Farm at Fort Payne, Alabama. senior yearling in Jersey history to top
Telephone First we reviewed the herd's 20,000 pounds of milk and 1,000

feeding program, while researching all pounds of fat in 365 days.we .

could find on nutrition in Jerseys. Could your feeding program

Be Listed Under The condusion was to stand a boost?(At first Mr. Howell

supplement the herd's diet with Gold wasn't sure his did.)

Kist Kow Powr Energizer. It's worth finding out.

First we used 17% KPE then So start, by calling a Gold Kist

switched to 20% KPE.' farm hand at your Farmers Mutual .. .

9646280Please Both times milk production Exchange :_'.
, went up. Gold Kist.

Before the Gold Kist program Good things for the farm .

the average daily yield per cow in and from the farm.

production was 4 ,72pounds.

The next year it was 46.09 n 7ARMERSVIUTUAL
Call This Central NumberFor pounds.

Equally impressive were the

income dollars per cow per day over

All County Offices! feed costs.
Before the program it was 187.

After the program2.83 EXCHANGE

In addition to improving his herd

Bradford County Health Dept. Telephone Remains 964-7732 overall,Mr. Howell owns three maternal
sisters who are really making records.

In May 1976.,the eldest Rocky 1m 2226 N. Temple I

Board Of County Commissioners Hill Debbie 1 st, became new National
Starke Florida 9647871r
Milk and Fat Champion of the Jersey ,

Breed, having broken all previous


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