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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 21, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Uue'to a conflict in dates, the first public hearing on the i. 7; ;,, +;+
City of Starke Land l'se Plan will be held in the County trgrap1jPublic ;;'
Commission room of the courthouse at '7 p.m. Thursday, May -
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The second public hearing will be held at the same time ''i.tin; ;T, :a,'i' J'
and place on Thursday, May 19.

Input is encouraged by the City Planning Committee .
and all Interested citizens of Starke are Invited and The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

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City Clerk Merrill Edwards touched off another round of electric rate increase dicussion at
1r Tuesday night's Counicl meeting by announcing the latest half-cent a gallon increase in the price
1i { rin of diesel fuel. .
,. "It's the seventh increase since December 30," Edwards said, "raising the price to 37,6 cents
4 '; per gallon from 33.7 cents." (Diesel fuel was available to the City some four or five years ago at a
.. 'i cost of around 10 cents a gallon)
,a, With little quick calculation Commissioner Joe Warren came up with a projection that the new
increase: would add another$$7,000 annually to the city's fuel bill
"We can't continue to absorb -

these increases," Warren
said in proposing that the City
" review its diesel costs at Citationslssued :
i.1 stated Intervals during the
j r.I year and raise rates accordingly -
L.t JI in a kind of cost-of- ,
I J fuel adjustment, passed on to

I : the Edwards consumer.maintained that For Mobile _Home f |

small increases such as the H
$7,000 item could not be programmed ,I


I ALA-L !! /'! that billing each system consumer into now the would in computer use,pay so Tag Violations ::

his pro rata share. "It can't be
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Firemen die shown here after ripping tin from the roof of the Badcock: Damage was limited mainly to the back section *f the upetairs, which Is used done with our present set-up," Twenty-eight citations were Sunday, in which to come
r'm'miure building after gaining access by crossing over the roof of the old gas as a storage area for Badcock's. The front section of the top floor, owner Dale Edwards said. issued last week to mobile to the Tax Collector's office
I station nn the turner of Walnut and Madison Streets. Brown's living quarters,was damaged only slightly by smoke and water. unconvinced Some councilmen that the seemed technicalities home owners not displaying and obtain the necessary tags

could not be workedout proper license tags on their By the deadline at 5 p m
so that each consumer units, according to records in Tuesday, all but six of the
would his share, no the State Attorney's office cited persons had obtained
pay
Blaze Badcock Store matter how small. The owners were given five tags with fees collected

I Damages The clerk pointed out that days, excluding Saturday andDrpught totaling Charges$1.798 will be filed against..
the surcharge adopted to take
the
-- care of the last raise before remaining six violators.
r sTarke second 'major fire sales "again Monday,' according story, was" damaged' "only by ceiling and a major portion or. .tho-l "Muck. could have' the latest April 14 Increase; ) who- ill be required to appearin
in' the past! two weeks caused to Owner Dale Brown smoke and mostly in one thereof of the building. Brown burned, Brown said. had just gone into effect on coun.ycourt at the-next
water,smoke and fire damage The store is open this week room. said. He commended the ,Damage figure was set in April billings. regular plea day to enter pleasof .
Furniture downstairs in the Starke Fire Department for excess of $100,000 for the Schaefer said when the last *****' guilty or not guilty.
estimated as high as $125.000 only to receive payment on Before the collection drive
to the liadcotk Associate accounts. display area was damaged its efficiency in answering the furniture which was increase was made, the reso- Reaches40Days launched
the CountvCommission
More at IJ8 South Walnut Flames in the roof section of only by smoke and water, but call and putting out the fire. damaged, plus structural lution provided for a 60-day was it by was estimated
Street. the upstairs storage area did is described as a 90 percentloss. damage of $25,000. waiting period before rates that 1.000 mobile homes
.The entire loss is coveredby The fire, discovered at 12:25: could again be reviewed in
:Nobody; as injured in the break through into second Bradford County
blaze floor, but not into the first. The insurance Brown said. "As a matter of fact, if it p.m. last Thursday, April 14, "That 60 days will be up by the violation of state licensing ere in
The store is being restocked Brown family apartment, in It will be necessary to hadn't been for the efficiencyof seems to have been caused bya time of our next meeting on laws, making the owners
this \I t't.'k and w ill be open for the front part of the second replace the entire upstairs the Fire Department, the faulty flourescent light May 3," Schaefer said, announcing liable for fines and-or jail
fixture, according to educated that he would ask
guesses by Brown and Starke the Utilities Committee and Bradford County is "bonedry" terms.
Fire Chief Eldon Sapp. the City Bond Trustees to review with today (Thursday, If the mobile home l is!
Employees in the store were rates in light of the latest April 21)) marking the 40th day situated on the olner'sproperty.
Hospital Trustees To Consider unaware of the fire until Shad fuel increase and make a without rainfall that amountsto he is entitled lo
Starling and employees of the recommendation at the May 3 anything, according to the homestead exemption on theunit M
Community State Bank across meeting.In Florida Forestry Service but must pay real estate
the street rushed in to tell post-mortem discussion Forestry dispatcher Gabe taxes like the owner <>f a con
clerk: Sandra Crawford the following the meeting, Pelley said Wednesday, ventional home. He must also i
fire and to March 12, was the last rain m obtain a one-time RP tag at a
Salary Hike Or Bonus building was on Schaefer said the city is
Employee cost of $1.
clear the store. getting a break by operatingon the county that amounted
... Brown, who left the store natural gas for the past anything with only .2 inches If the unit is situated in a
just minutes before the fire, three weeks, although it is not falling at three locations April mobile home park or on
.\ sneak preview of the cent occupancy for the first recommended by the auditor said. The ladies, from money said a secretary was upstairsin known how long this will 4. -.. rented or leased land. the
,regular hospital hoard three months of 1977. that would help with the book earned at the Bradford County a storage area and heard a continue He pointed out that Louis Hill Tower, three owner must obtain a MH tag
meeting set lor tonight Kdmondson: said the keeping operation and cut the Fair, purchased a cautery noise in a light fixture. At it costs the city only$700 a day miles west of Lawtey on US- which can range in cost from l
i IThul'sdapl'il I :21!IIl'as I hospital had been doing more cost of the audit fee. unit for the emergency room about 12:25: p,m. smoke was to operate on gas, as com- 301; Starke Work Center, westof $35: to $80 Doublewide mobile.
offered TUl'sd,1I ht.'n I the medicare business than had Edmondson told the com- for $2,715, two medicationcarts seen coming out of the top of pared to $2,300 per day to use Starke on SR-100, and Santa homes require two tags with
Finance (Committee met with been budgeted and the costs mittee the newly purchased $1,128 and an infant the roof and the fire depart diesel. Fe Tower, 6 miles south of the owner paying the full
hospital administrator Dick i elated to that type patient autoclave and water still had immobilizer around $200. ment was called. Action that would have Starke on US-301, each amount for each. ....
Kdmonrlson: to study recommendations l'arelas up He added a final been installed a dishwasherwas Walnut Street, between Call brought some additional reported only slight April 4 It is reported that some t
that will be made look at the >ear end which ready to be installed, the Scheduled also for full board and Madison Streets, was revenue to the city failed to rainfall. owners may have purchased
lo the lull board lor a possible could not be predicted if the nurses call system would be discussion is the contract for blocked off for some five get off the ground as Com Norman rainfall for the tags but do not have them
:salary' increase or bonus to patient load drops for the ready in two to three weeks anesthetist Ron Douglas, bad hours while firemen stood missioner Warren's motion to month of March is 3.27 inches properly displayed outside the
omplovees, upcoming six months and the x-ray developer was debt write offs, and medicare on the roof and a city charge property owners along and for April 2.63 Inches. unit. In such cases, the owners
lustres Inez Green and Hospital auditor Arthur installed. He said he had been reimbursement of$83,872. The sire truck remained on the the city's new Reno sewer Pelley said a check with the are urged to mount the tag on
Pan \\ ilhal\\!! met with Ed. Crippen (told (the board in able to purchase at suplus a 40 overpayment Is requested to street below in case flames lines the 16 minimum charge Tallahassee weather bureau the unit where it may be.seen
niondson: in a two hour worksession :March a $52.000 increase for ton airconditioner for $375 be paid back in monthly installments erupted again. Firemen got to whether they tied on to the line Wednesday' showed a by the inspector.
to study the profit and the >ear came about because and it was already in operation of $14,000 and a the roof of Badcock's by or not. Warren reported that possibility of rain further
loss statement for the first six the operating expenses did not replacing ancient wore final payment of $13,872 in scaling the west end of the the new line had been com- north for the weekend but Chicken DinnerTo
months! of the fiscal year. increase in the amounts that out equipment. September. building and crossing over the pleted along Jenkins Street remaining the same for this I
Discussion of the figures for were expected and the gross The hospital was also the Finance committee roof of an old service station and that other laterals were in area. He cautioned that with it
I the ear showed medicareI volume of business increased. recipient of some equipment member George Shuford was building. the offing. He said "lots of so dry in the county care Raise Funds
I patients counted for 54 percent :More peopleusing the hospital thanks to the Ladies Auxiliaryof out of town unable to attend Once on the roof, firemen people" in the area are not should be used with any fires.
, of the patient load which accounted for an increase the hospital, Edmondson the Tuesday meeting used long.handled hooks to taking advantage of the new Strawberries have been
had been between 8590 per.Alit Irom $13 million to $165 tear hot sheets of tin loose in service, and that the hurt by the lack of rain said For DeVoe Infant
million for the \ear, said ,order to wet down the inside of minimum charge, which can County Agent Bobby Taylor.
Crippen Lawtey Bluegrass Festival the attic and allow smoke to be levied by the city if desired, Some farmers are irrigating "Friends of Denton" are
Crippen (told the board that EScape. Firemen remained at might induce them to tie on. their berries and should be sponsoring a chicken dinner
vLiHiunTrlcr{ while an increase in rates was the scene until after 4 pm. getting another crop the later April 30 in order to raise funds
responsible for part the In- The fire, Chief Sapp said, Commissioner Wilbur part of April, said the county for one-month-old Denton
crease in percentage of occupancy Slated This FridaySundayLAWTEY was apparently hottest In the Waters strenuously objectedto agent. DeVoe, Jr., son of Starke
by' medicare patients area of the faulty flourescent motion, saying that most of Taylor said with the extremely Police Lieutenant Denton
and the increase in per- light. Chief Sapp said the light the non-subscribers had dry weather the DeVoe.
centage paid by' medicarewere could have been the cause of already invested in expensive pastures are not growing the
let factors also Bluegrassmusic will go on rain or shine. No the blaze. septic tank facilities, and he way they should with the Denton, Jr. has been
fill the here
The committee along with will air this alcoholic beverages are Last week several buildings did not wish to force them to warm weather after the long diagnosed and treated for
the auditor will be making a weekend. April 22-24. when allowed. of the former RJE High spend several hundred dollarsfor cold winter. He said if it rainsin heart and kidney ailments
possible recommendation to several thousand Bluegrass School burned.Police a sewer tie-in. the next few days the vege- since birth, and the resulting
the full board Thursday' to musicians and Bluegrass Main performer for the Warren's motion died for table crops should be o.k. hospital and doctor bills
arrive forLawtey's
offer a salary' Increase or music lovers festival is Jimmy Martin and lack of a second None as of yet have been sparked this action by
annual Blue.
bonus to the employees be- Spring the Sunny Mountain Boys. The Car Hit Warren's motion on another killed by the lack of rain. "Friends of Denton.". The
cause they have taken care of grass. Festival. show will also feature the matter had clearer sailing group Is made up of friends of
J more patients with less help. First show opens Friday Sandy Valley Boys and Nelson Starke Police patrolmanWillie when he recommended that DeVoe, and they hope to raise
The full board will also heara April 22 at 7 p.m. and lasts Young from Disney World. J. Searcy was involvedin the city pay $791 for paving a Planning MapsTo funds to help cover some of
recommendation by' the until midnight. Saturday Chubby Anthony and the Big an accident Saturday. April 12xf70-ft. strip between the costs cf Denton Jr.'.
from :J.
.Sunday. April 24
committee on an organizational shows begin at 2 p.m. and last Timbers, the New Carter IS, as he was responding to a Adams Street and the new treatment.
t Johns p.m.will. Charley celebrate and their Ted chart and possible until midnight. Sunday showsare Family Bluegrass The Mayor hit bicyclist call on Old sales lot of Terwillegar (Ford) Be Displayed
discussion of adding a con- scheduled with church and Buford (a comedy act), Lawtey RoadhAccording Motors. He said that Terwillegar -
50th Golden Wedding troller to the chart or the addi- services beginning at 10 a,m. the Boys From Indiana. The to the Florida had paid the cost of Planning maps for Lawtey The chicken dinner will be
Anniversary at theWoman' and music afterwards until 4 American Patrol be- Hampton, Brooker and Brad- in the Bradford Square
tion of a consultant to handle Ridge Runners. Highway report $1.200 for a similar strip
Club of St.rke. be parking lot shaded by a tent. A
medicare. medicade and Bluegrass Express. Flat Top Searcy had his siren and lights tween the west line of AdamsSt. ford Counties will on
They have requested no p.m.Campers are welcome in of I SR- display in the County Com ticket costing $2.50 may be ex-
other Insurance claims. Travelers and Friends on as he headed east on and the Ford agency, and
gifts. Everyone Is invitedto Edmondson said he had Lawte>"'s 40-acre Bluegrass Bluegrass.The 100.:He began to pass a 1975 had requested that the city mission meeting room at the changed for one-half chicken.
and salad and tea. The
come enjoy this potato *
Park SR-223 west of courthouse next Tuesday
received a proposal bv mail on Ford driven by Margaret pave the other side ,
happy occasion with them. for that type service for $30 Law ley.just a mile off US-301. Louise Williams of Starke Waters objected I to the night, April 26, and input will dinners will be served in a
No Invitations arc being show will on as before received from interested closeable styrofoam con
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Visitors should turn off US-301 go and car pullieven (
hour plus out of pocket as Searcy's proposal, saying that the
mailed In Bradford County. per for approximately at Shuford's Amoco Service with Law'ley' James with hers, Mrs. would benefit only project the citizens following the regular tainer for I those wishing to 1,
and everyone is Invited.gammunthi. expenses Station. Visitors also advised Waters and Jacksonvllle'sKen County Zoning Board meeting carry out. Dinners may be
are -
Williams turned left into the
200 hours per>er or $6.ooo. or motor company and he did not
the from .
to bring lawn chairs. Clark working which starts at 7:30: p.m. picked up 1 p m. to 8
$250 monthly' not to exceed the side of the police cruiser think it should be a city expense -
l1r!; ( ; $6000 figure. The proposalsaid Tickets are $5 for Friday' festival. One change leased is the to The accident caused $500 in .. .: .**'- ,L.M, Gaines, county zoning p.m._Saturday, April 30. y
in hiring this service the and Sunday and $6 Saturday. festival has been damages to the police car, and The opinion of surveyor director,said' that a repre-
ytatCAtnunh linn" hospital would save between A 3-day pass purchased at the Promoter Bucky Lee who Lake putson $900 in damage to Williams' M.G. McMillan was asked and sentative of North Florida Regional Tickets may be ordered by s
gate is $12. a 2-Day with festivals in car Mrs. Williams was he that the Planning Council will r
$30.ooo and $90.000 yearly. pass handled replied project calling Mrs. Maurice
Ns.IMWd U.o I ., campers is $1U Only camping 'Okeechobee and has 'charged by'the Highway should I be on hand to explain how themunlcipalltlea'
Edmondson) also went over and Texas Improve drainageSee Williams at 964-5400; after 5 ,
MOMky .
.P.I Oa"olll.eMa I C.r.. six accounting procedures charge .is for, electric and many Florida Patrol with Improper change plans fit into' p.m.; call.....T780.. .. ;
water' hookups The festival festivals. of .loner Pal* i/i and relate to the county oUn. .. .. daNiltp4N74

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children: Mr. and Mrs I

tir Charles Porter (Wanda) of .'f; .;I Wlooty Society CJilor

Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. i ; 1 .... _1
Ronald Wood of Starke. Mr. : ,
and Mrs. Daryl Milliard "I .i I Grace Edwards r,,
(Cathy) of Lawtey and Wayne ;* .. Hope Holliday
Wood of Lawtey (still residingat r Nathaniel
Williams
,.,.. home.) They have two 4 Honored At

grandchildren Stephanie Wed April !10 f'r
Porter and Christy Wood. ( Two PartiesMiss '
Mr and Mrs. Wood will i :
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y 1 leave April 28 for a second Grace Edwards daughterof Sara Hope Holliday.
*y 'H.i ; A honeymoon in Las Vegas the late Mrs. Annie DeSueof x
r.'NTawanna June 24 bride-elect was ;
r Nevada. Starke, and Nathaniel
I r honored at two parties over
Those serving were Jenny Williams of Cocoa were unitedin the weekend.On 1

.i l Sikes, Mrs. Steve Bacus, Mrs. ., .,. ... .... .. ... ... ,..... .1 marriage April 10 at 8:30: Friday night Miss ti
Keith Bennett and Mrs a.m. in St. Paul African Holliday( was given a bridal 4 i

Tommy Gaskings Floor Rhonda Mayo, Methodist Episcopal Churchin shower given by Mrs. John
/ hostess was Mrs Charles St. Augustine.Rev. t Watson and Mrs. H.H. Adamsat

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wood Darby DonaldThomos Thomas B. DeSue the home of the latter. ..
the
performed nuptials.
Arrangements of roses and ,
Mr and Mrs. Russell Woodof Mrs. LipseyCelebrates To Wed May 6 Highlighting of the gladioli altar'were and amaryllis were used at >t'i' '1
arrangements in the f r
vantage points party
Lawtey were honored on r
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roses against background '
their 25th wedding anniver- Mr. and Mrs Dallas Mayoof palms. rooms. i
The table covered
gift was
sary Sunday April 17, with a Starke announce the Paul Tyson was best man
reception hosted by their 87th Birthday engagement and approaching and Delores Tyson was with an embroidered linen '" .,
children at the Fellowship Baxter cloth and centered with an r; .
marriage of their daughter matron of honor. .
Hall of First Baptist Church in Rhonda Gail to Donald Given in marriage by her arrangement of roses.
with and {
Games
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prizes
Starke. Mrs[ Foster Shi Smith
William Thomas, son of Mrs. sister Mrs. Mamie Tyson the ArthurMoit refreshments ..i
The honored her Mrs were enjoyed r
couple renewed their mother
Sue Thomas of Miami. bride full
wore a length
,in with luncheonon during the party hours 7:30: to
vows the sanctuary with Wally Lipsey a I Ii
Miss Mayo Is a senior at lavender jersey She '
pastor Rev. T.J. Giddens her 87th birthday Tuesdaynoon Bradford gown. To Wed May 21 9:30: p.m. by 30 guests. ;
High School. carried a bouquet of white
who at her home W. The hostesses presented the
originally married the on Mr. Thomas graduatedfrom roses and orchids i :
couple officiating The Madison Street in Starke. Bradford High School in A reception was held in the Tawanna Jean Baxter, honoree with a toasterovenand mementoof ,
a as a
original wedding party was in 1976 church reception hall. The daughter of Bonita Baxter of the corsage I{ i

attendance made and in pictures were Arrangements of daisies The wedding will take place bride's sister Evelena Scott Crawfordville and Arthur Jay Mrs.occasion.Jim Beeler of Orange ='
ft. as the original and roses were used at pointsof May 6 at.the First Baptist cut the cake. Mrs. Annie Mott son of Mr. and Mrs. Park was out-of-town guest. .
wedding. interest in the party rooms. Church of Florahomeassist Howland W. Mott, Sr. of '.: ..
rv An exact duplicate of their Tallahassee resi- 4 ,I Ir
Fifteen friends enjoyed the in serving.The long time '
j : wedding cake was served to Saturday afternoon Miss t.'' ._ :zM.3 ;, : ,
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Is dents of Brooker will be :
occasion. Those from out-of- couple residing at area, .
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the Karen Reddish Holliday was complimentedwith ,,/! '
,1 100 guests attending united in 21 at ;: >I' ..
town were: Mrs Louise Mines Merritt Island marriage May )r ','
i On display were the couples of Alachua Mrs. Lipsey's The bride graduated from 3:30: p.m. in the Ebenezer a Coke party given by _;" ., .. j) Ar'''7 '! \
I Miss Kathy Struth Mrs. Bob "
i' wedding pictures; bride and sister Mrs. G.S. Newcomb of Celebrates20th R.J.E. High School in 1959 andis Baptist Church in Crawfordville. Ferguson and Mrs. John :,1' : : ." .. .'.
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groom replica on their wedding \
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Gainesville and Mrs. Leonard employed as a private duty ..
\ cake and Miller at the home of the < .
napkins used in '
their wedding. Whitehead of Brooklyn Lake. Birthday nursing assistant in Cocoa. The bride-elect attended latter. .', f!:'. 'J;' ;'. ': ... \

......... .." .... ... .... 'w"""..".."..... .. .. ...... ..... ...ut Miss Karen Reddish Cocoa The groom is a self a native employed of Wakulla graduated from High G.E.D School 1976, Highlighting in the points rooms of were interest Mr. and Mrs Melvin Ralph Morgan-
celebrated her 20th birthday landscaper and is employed with NationalCar party :

This Week's Special Saturday night at a dinner Rental of Tampa arrangement potted plants of roses.and an Kim Hodges and Ralph Morgan I

party given by her parents Mr, Mott graduated from The refreshment table was
Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddishat Eastern Star Godby High School in 1974 andis
r centered with a punch bowl
the Silver Star Restaurantin in the Air Force in Omaha, Wed April) 9 In First BaptistMiss
23 holding crushed ice and cokes.
POTATO ROLLS 65cDoz.Remember Melrose Supper April
N.C.All The bowl was placed on a
The dining table was cen friends and relatives are glass tray and encircled with Sharon Kim }Hodges, accented with white seed
To Order A tered with an arrangement of Starke chapter number 224, invited to attend. fern and red and pink roses. became the bride of Melvin pearls. Chantilly lace frosts
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spring flowers flanked by two Order of the Eastern Star will
NEW ARRIVAL Fifty guests were invited to Ralph Morgan on Saturday, the sides of the bodice and
For Mother's Day May 8 branch silver candelabraswith have a covered dish supper attend between the hours of April, at 8 p.m. in the First midriff with white seed pearlsat
tall burning yellow Saturday April 23, at .m. in
p 3:30: and 5 p.m. Baptist Church with Rev. Ben the front center. Chantillylace

GJIJY( ( tapers.Following dinner the guests the All Masonic Masons Hall and their announce Mr. and the Mrs.birth Marc of Jackson a son, The hostesses presented the Bryant performing the also accented the
urnl3 (D J U 3 4 i honoree with a cup and saucerto nuptials. shoulders of the modified
enjoyed dancing during the families are invited to attend._ Marcus Eric Jackson, Jr., her chosen china pattern as The bride is the daughter of sheer bishop sleeves with wide

"Starke's Own Bakery" evening. ------------- born April 13 in Alachua a memento of the occasion.. Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges.Jr. lace cuffs The long full satin

-------------. Carl John Olin of Raifordwas General Hospital.Grandparents Mrs. Franklin Eagle of of Hampton Lake and the organza chapel train on the
964.5890 Mrs. J.T. Murphey had weekend guest of Dr. and are Mr. and Jacksonville was an out-of- groom is the son of Mr. and satin organza skirt featured
38 E. Call St. Mrs. H.E. Smith of Wilhston
.1 Mrs. Leaton of Chantilly lace above the full
surgery Monday in St Vincent's Mrs. R.E. Dopson at Santa Fe town guest. Also attendingwere U. MorganJr.
and Mr. and Mrs. W.T
Starke. hemline ruffle. Her elbow
Hospital Lake. Mrs. A.N. Holliday and
Jackson, Sr of Starke.DUPLICATE Mrs.O.L. Haynes Sr., mother The foyer of the church was length veil of sheer illusionwas
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and grandmother of the bride- decorated with a large wicker attached to a Juliette
BRIDGE elect. basket of pink and yellow headpiece of matching
CLUB RESULTS snapdragons, carnations.chrysanthemums. Chantilly lace and seed
LA-Z-BOY Rhea Johnson and Lora Rev. M.E. Drake ivy, pearls. She wore pearl
Francis were the winning sprengeri and gypsophila The earrings a gift of the groom.

couple at Duplicate Bridge Speaker pews as well as the windows The bride chose a bouquet of
Tuesday night Mrs. P.A. were decorated with colorful Golden Wave roses pink

Johnson and Bernice Brinke Woman's Club bouquets of pompoms carnations multicolored
The Most Comfortable : were second and Jeff Wren- greenery and burning tapers. pomps, gypsophila with trailsof

a.. ,,',shall and Eva Mathewsoi "Birds Birds. BeauttulBirds" ( The church chancel was ivy accented with cultured
... were third. ado"ned" with gold cathedral pearl streamers.The .
the theme of talk
was a
I ri Town. y-- by Rev. M.E. Drake to the candelabras, spiral candel church Fellowship Hall
Savings Woman's Club of Starke at the abras and golden arch candel- scene of the reception was
/ regular luncheon-business abras decorated with decorated with a profusion of

1 meeting Wednesday, April 13. verigated greenery. The altar spring flowers. Mrs Nell
Mr. Drake pastor of the was draped with garlands of Crawford greeted the guestsat

Come In now and take your pick( of the Le-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker styles Church of God in Starke. smilax. Two large white the door and presentedthem

shown In any of many, many fabrics textures, vinyls, matelasses and described his wood carvings.He colonial urns containing to the receiving line.
tweeds. Enjoy the recliner that has many imitations don't settle }for less. = had several beautiful birdson yellow and white gladioli, pink The guest book table was
carnations yellow and pink covered with white satin cloth
j display a bluejay ready
:
Just lean back Into your favorite angle of recline,or use as platform rocker. Killian daisies
for robin feeding the snaps yellow and held a memory candle on
flight, a
Only ta-Z-Boy gives you this unique combination of comfort and style. young birds and more. The and white iris multicolored a white china compote decor

Come in today, while the selection Is great and choose the most com AakCharley birds are carved of basswood. pompoms gypsophila and ated with all shades of spring

fortable savin s In town. Those on display were lifeliketo sprengerl highlighted( the flowers. Mrs. Leaton U.
the very smallest detail. beautifully I decorated chancel. Morgan III kept the bride's
I ,yJohns The feathers the feet even Providins: nuptial music book.
the worm being fed to the were Mrs. George Canova, The bride's table was
E. baby are perfect. The carvings organist and Mrs. R.W. covered with white satin cloth
are painted with oil b1i liner, Jr. soloist. draped with fresh smilax
paints. Leaton U. Morgan. Ill, caught up with cluster

z Mr. Drake, a naturalist, is brother of the groom servedas bouquets of spring flowers.
i one of 10 professional wood best man. Ushers were Centering the table was the
1 carvers in the U.S. He has a Randall E. Hodges and MarkA. three tiered bride's cake
About'l7sis Question: vast knowledge of birds. He Hodges, brothers of the circled with a ring of single

."Already a home states that woodcarving is his bride. blossoms mixed with wisps of
third Mrs. Randall E. Hodges, baby breath and
avocation-coming in his greenery.
has been gutted by afire sister in law of the bride
life since his Christian The cake was topped with a
caused by the Testimony and his Church attended as matron of honor. coordinating nosegay. Silver

storage of gasoline in Ministry are first and second Bridesmaids were Mrs. Gary candelabras with spring
Melvin sister of the groom, arrangements and white
the home because of and Miss Tonya Patrick. tapers were placed on each

the fuel shortage. LADIES The matron of honor and side of the cake. White

Can insurance attendants were gowned alike. colonial urns flanked thebride's
an : hav your vry own They wore yellow knit gowns, table. Cutting and
refuse to profitable .Iran or Apparrl illusion neckline
;- company featuring an serving the cake were Mrs.
Shop traliiiY the lalml in accented with a self ruffle, full
pay a lops caused by Emil Benesh, aunt of the
< Jmitk. UniM rndSpatrwerr sheer sleeves with a fitted cuff
bride and Mrs. Dennis Stowe.
i''J. r such
: an obviously
SI4.8SUIncludm
1 and ruffle and a long gathered The tables
were
/ hazardous action: ?" : biippli.K..SIurv skirt tied at the waistline. covered punch with white satin

FlrlureY.Trrining..lirour They carried white colonial cloths draped with smilax and
durrtl.. !) .. BiKinninicInvrnliir baskets of yellow roses, pink cluster bouquets of spring

,\j Charley E. ) ... and a tiala; and yellow snaps pink carnations flowers. Presiding at the
: Grand Opening featuring a multicolored
poms tables
Mrs.
sb punch were Gary
!j < ...known. trlrbrity. Von yellow iris, baby breath and
",! JOHNS AGENCY O'Steen Mrs. Edward Christmas
.. can b* uprn and varmint streamers of ivy and Mrs. Wayne Wainwright
'S y .Pal r'<'; m SY 131 S. WALNUT ST.STARKE profit within 1 II day*. Call muticolored satin. All the and Mrs. Vernon Parmenter,
., lu .nytise TOLL FREE! attendants wore delicate
-. PHONE 964-5070 aunt of the bride.
[ n','/ : I-IIIKHH.471141. Auk fur spring flowers in their hair. Others who assisted in
..' Mr.Jaaim. Karen Morgan niece of the
4/21-S/1Z serving and caring for the
> groom attended as flower guests were: Mrs. Robert
girl She wore a long yellow Allen Mrs. Terry Cranford,
knit gown gathered at the Mrs. Carole Shields, Mrs.
az waistline with a tie sash and
Eddie Hazen[ Mrs. E.D.
We Have Delayed Starting Our featuring double butterfly Tenly, Jr., Mrs. Blair
sleeves and jewel neckline. Harrison Mrs. Edward

a Karen wore spring flowers in Ripplinger and Mrs. Dewey
her hair and carried a mini McKinney.
FREE KNITTING CLASS ature cascade of spring Passing out flower petals
flowers in the bride's chosen
s and thank you scrolls were
colors. Misses Aimee Hodges Holly
., Until Thursday May 5th At 1 10.00am: Darian Reddish of Tampa Shields and Karen Morgan.
served as ring bearer. He
$17900 Following a wedding trip to

Sale Priced From carried satin pillow.the rings on a white South reside Florida in Starke.the couple will

.'. FREE The bride, given in The bride is a 1975 graduateof
J' marriage by her father worea Bradford High School.
DENMARK FURNITURE CO. NIGHT SESSIONSWill gown fashioned of satin Mr. Morgan is a graduate of
organza featuring a high
Bradford High School and is
..
.err', neckline, vertical tucking on employed by Titanium Enterprise I
S Also/ Be the fitted bodice
centered with
.
'... of Green Cove Springs. ,
i ii appliqued lace medallions

Offered If Interest Dictates
r THE BRADFORD
::: COUNTY TELEGRAPH Hospital Auxiliary
Published
every Thursday
4 PLEASE REGISTER NOW at 138 W. Call Street

i' i iI SUrke.Florida 32091 To Meet Apr!125

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I 1 Second Clan postage paid

|The Magic Needle at Starke, FloridaSub.erlptiOll Hospital The Bradford Auxiliary will County meet ,


...a. '. Ratei: Monday April 25, at 7:30: p.m.
BessentRoad In trade area !|))7 per for a covered dish dinner
rH year; |4 six months meeting at the Methodist
Starke Florida
Call St
434 W. Fellowship Hall.,

Starke Florida Phone 964-5827 964-5149 964-6300 Outside trade area fg There will be an installation '
per year: 14,30 lix months of officlen, awards presentation

,I and annual reports given.Puget .

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Mrs. Curtis Sanders Elected 1\ '" Mr. and Mrs. Charley. JohnsTo BUS Coed Christie Redding Is FinalistIn


President Of Woman's ClubMrs. I ?' "f' :' Celebrate 50th AnniversaryMr. Youth Tour To Washington.. Contest !
i
Curtis Sandersthe( Jennings, treasurer. The I IJ Bradford High School junior '
former Lu Green) was elected officers will be installed at the ,, and Mrs. Charley Invited to attend between the Christie Jean Redding is
president of the Starke May Breakfast, set for May 7. ,. ,I''' Eugene( Johns will celebrate ,hours three and six o'cjock. among eight finalists of Clay
,
Woman's Club at the regular The Woman of the Year was : their Golden Wedding an- The family request no gifts, Electric Cooperatives Youth
luncheon-business meeting voted. The winner will be 4 vi niversary at a reception on please.In tour to Washington contest.
Wednesday, April 13. announced at the May Break- Sunday, April 24, at the keeping with thecelebration Christie's 950 word essay on .
Other officers elected were fast. Tickets are on sale for Woman's Club of Starke given Bradford County "Rural Electric Co-op's
Mrs. E.A. Hall, first vice- the Breakfast and may be by their son-in-law and Commissioners have Yesterday and Today" was j
president; Mrs. Olin W. purchased by calling Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. proclaimed April 24 judged along with essays
White, second vice-president; Hazel Hardy or Mrs. V.J. James H. Cash and their son "Governor and Mrs. Charley submitted by contestants
Mrs. John Smith, third vice- Spengler.: Tickets must be and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Johns Day" in recognition of throughout the Co-op's 12-
president; Mrs. M.A. Bald purchased in advance.Methodist Mrs. Charley Jerome Johns. their contributions to the county service area.
win, fourth vice-president; All friends and relatives are county and Florida. The daughter of Rev. andMrs.
Mrs. Al K. Carlisle, recording Norman L. Redding of
secretary; Mrs. Florence Spring Starke, Christie is a memberof
Starke Nursing Home News. the History Club and the
Teen Banquet National Honor Society. Her
Franklin HartCelebrates Mrs. George A. (Minnie) candy. Prizes went to lona subjects are chemistry,
Saturday, April 23. Gardiner celebrated her 96th Anderson for finding the most biology II, American History,
3rd birthday on Wednesday, April eggs and to Wilma Alexanderfor geometry, vocabulary ana
The Methodist Youth Mrs. Mary Looney and Mrs. Linda Patrick during pledge 13, with party given by Mrs. finding tbenleast. grammar and she is on the
Birthday TuesdayFranklin Fellowship will have their ceremony for Beta Sigma Phi. Edward A. Hall. Cake, ice annual staff.Undecided.
annual Spring Teen Banquet cream and mints were en- We salute Ulysses Thomasas about her majorin
Saturday evening, April 23, at joyed by all the residents of the "Employee of the college, Christie says she is
Hart celebratedhis 7 p,m. in Fellowship Hall. Two Pledged To SororityThe Starke Nursing Home. Month." Ulysses has been thinking about attending Lake
l third birthday Tuesday, The United Methodist Joining Mrs. Gardiner for working at the Starke Nursing City Community College when ..,. .
April 12, with a few of his Women will serve dinner and I Gamma Theta Chapter During the ceremony the the special occasion were Home for nine years and is in she graduates from BHS.
friends, Jason Thomas, Jeff entertainment will be of Beta Sigma Phi, held its new pledges were presented close friends Mrs. Ben charge of the Maintenance The finalists' names were '
and Jammie Carver, Paul provided. Donations are $1.50 Pledge Ritual Monday, Aril with pledge pins and a single Rowland and Mrs. T.C. Department. Thomas, as we announced Wednesday, April
Moody, Trade Bishop, John per person.On ill, at the home of long stem yellow rose. Hazen,Jr. and her niece, Mrs. all call him, is an inspirationto 13, by the Co-op's general ::WYou-Xnow. .
Reichert and Tommy Balk- Sunday, May 1, the Randall Milton. Mabel Stringfellow.Other all of us. We want to say manager, E.T. Martin. Four I
corn, at the home of his Methodist Church will have its New pledges welcomed into The next scheduled meetingwill "Thank you" for an outstanding winners will be chosen afteran
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer annual ice cream social and the chapter were Mrs. Mary be held Monday April 25. April birthdays of job. oral quiz next month in the Mrs. Lucie Parnell and I
Hart of Bridge. An Awards Banquet is residents Mrs. f. daughter, Mary of Gainesville :
Long talent night starting at 7 p.m. Looney and Mrs. Linda are Fronie Co-op's home office con
The children played gamesin in Fellowship Hall. Patrick both of Starke. planned for Friday April 29 Moody, Arthur Livingston, There are about 30 Bradford ference room at Keystone and Mr. and Mrs. F.V., Her- It
the yard and were servedice Carrie Williams, long of Jacksonville were I
Any member who can sing, Maggie County residents now residing Heights. The winners will
cream, cake and punch by Murphy, and Agnes Snead. educational week in Sunday guests of Mrs. W.F..
dance, toot a horn, play a Underhill Celebrates90th with us. The longest term spend an
Mrs. Hart. guitar, or play the piano Margie Each received a beautiful resident is Mrs. Edna Canty, Washington D.C. during the Herlong. \ '
Traditional hats and horns contact Oleeta Hardenbrook, bouquet of spring flowers who has been with us for 10 nation's youth week, June 12-
were presented to each of the who will emcee the show. Birthday SundayMargie from Nancy's Flowers and a years. On May 6th Edna will 17 Mr. and Mrs. George I '
guests as momentos of the birthday cake from the ladiesof be Huggins attended the Jef- I
a of
young fifty-nine '
overlooking the lake. The years ----.--------- ford's family reunion at Camp '
occasion. McRae Underhill, Duck Pond Baptist Church, It I '
widow of the late Walter tables were covered with Middleburg age.At O'Lena on Sunday. t( (
white cutwork cloths and Mrs. Harvey Edwards '
Underhill celebrated her 90th
the f
time there
Richard Scott Public birthday Sunday with centered with miniature The residents were given an are forty-nine present residents and visited their son-in-law and Mrs. W.F. Herlong spent '" I I'' I
2iwowoI YOJIIDIIJ members of her immediate arrangements of roses. The Easter party by the ladies of thirty five employees to daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe last week with her son and f, :'
Recital April 27 family at a covered dish honoree's table held a large Duck Pond Baptist Church. them around the clock. serve Hill in Ocala Sunday to daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. J)"I'
Henry Godwin was ad- luncheon given by her three crystal bowl of red roses Interspersed Cupcakes decorated like Wednesday. Mark Herlong at Bing's camp I u

Richard Scott, baritone, mitted to North Florida Regional children, Gladys Edwards with 90 crisp $1 miniature Easter baskets We encourage you to visit near Marmeland.SHRIMP. IJp ,,11
Hospital last Thursdayfor Jack Underhill, and HazelPaulk bills shaped in the forms of donated by Mrs. Gwen
wishes to announce a public were our residents any day, including I i
observation and treatment at the home of the latteron leaves. The arrangement not Jensen of Green Cove .
recital on April 27 at 815: p.m. Springs. Sunday, from 10 a.m. .f i 1 II iI iII
formed the
cen-
Crosby Lake.A only as The residents enjoyed the
in Room 120 of the Music egg to 11:30: a.m., and from 2 p.m.
buffet luncheon was terpiece but also served as a hunt and Henry Black found I
at the of to 5
Building University p.m.
Eaves .1
Florida in Gainesville. CW-2 and Mrs. Jack served and the family and conversation item. The the prize egg filled with 9 I
All friends attended a supper Saturday guests were seated at tables arrangement was presentedto 'I Per & Up
are cordially
invited. night at the home of Major set up in the family room Mrs. Underhill after lunch POU'nd. ::1 : !!
and Mrs. Paul Oehler in when she had opened all her I
Mr.the Scott University is a music and studentat residesin Jacksonville for officers of the many gifts presented by her perbonald .
National Guard No. 146. children, grandchildren and *' GROUPER ]
Brooker with his wife, c
Susan, who is a teacher at M.E. Griner and Mrs. M.E. ;W / olr./lrsow great grandchildren.Those enjoying the.day with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mr.and Mrs. Robert Tannerof
Brooker Elementary. He Is Griner, Sr. o' Lake Butler Mrs. Underhill were Jack and Mathews and family of Baldwin were Sunday KING CRAB 1
the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. were Sunday visitors of Mr. Ester Underhill and their Orlando were Sunday visitorsof visitors of Mrs. J.H. Fields i
Scott of Brooker and and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief.Mi. Mrs. T.W. Stiegler and Sue Mr. and Mrs. Garl
daughter, Mary
graduated from Bradford daughter, Lenore of Hills- Tomlinson, Gladys Edwardsand Mathews. Mrs. B.J. Eggers spent FROG LEGS :
High School in 1964. and Mrs. Steve Walkerof borough Beach were last her son and daughter-in- Monday to Friday of last week .

Fort Lauderdale were Thursday overnight guests of law, Wayne and Cheryl Ed- Mrs. Charles Hardy and with her daughter, Miss -SCALLOPSThursday
Doris Overstreet, Thursday and Tuesday Mrs. T.T. Long while enrouteto wards of Jacksonville, Hazel son Chase, visited her Beverly Eggers in Jack f
overnight guests of Mr. and Wilmington Dela. Paulk and her children, Faye mother, Mrs. G.E. McGauley sonville.
Robert Clark Mrs. J.H. Moncrief while and Ervin Andrews and Sylvia in Palatka on Sunday.
enroute to and from North Mrs. Flossie Prescott and and Vernon Reddish and their Mr and Mrs. Eldon Sapp Friday Saturday
Mrs. Josephine Hemme and Mr. and Mrs. Homer ,
Carolina. children. Mrs. E.W. Hayes of Kings-
Wed April 2 visited Mrs. Margaret Jacobin Members of the late Paul ley Lake and daughter, Mrs. Stearns made a business tripto 10:00: A.M. To 7:00: P.M.Crawlord's .
Mrs. H.L. Tolbert of Lake West Palm Beach last Underhill family who were John Dees and daughter, Altamont Springs on
Miss Doris Elaine Over- City spent Saturday to Tuesday to Sunday. present were Glenda and Jim Martha Jo of Lake City re- Saturday.Miss .
street of Orlando, daughter of Tuesday with her daughterand Young of Crystal Lake, turned Sunday after ten daysin
Mrs. Annie Overstreet of family, Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Reginald and Marion Un- El Paso Texas visited Mr. Beverly Eggers and 66 Service l
Starke and the late Billy Over. David Montgomery. Norman were at the Hyatt derhill of Kingsley Lake and and Mrs. Wilson Hayes they David Byer of Jacksonvillewere
street, and Robert T Clark, House in Orlando Friday Vernon and Erma Underhill of visited Juarez, Carlsbad Sunday guests of her
son of Robert L. Clark through Sunday. Mrs. Nor Lake Wales and their Caverns, The White Sands and parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'BJ.: U.S. 301 SouthStarke. Florida
repeated wedding vows Rudolph Bryan, a long-time man State Research chair children. The family was Ruidoso j in New Mexixo. Eggers.. : e
Saturday, April 2, at 7 p.m. in resident of Bradford Countynow man, attended the State convention complete except for three Enroute home they visited ,
the First United Methodist living in Keystone of the Delta Kappa great grandchildren and two Mr. and Mrs. Dave I
Church in Starke with Rev. Heights, is in an Ormond Gamma Society. Mrs. NadineM. great, great grandchildrenwho Abramouwitz in Austin,
George Harper performingthe Beach hospital after a severe Ewing, International were unable to attend.' Texas. 7//
nuptials. heart attack. president of Joliet, 111. was the I
Decorating the altar were speaker for the Presidentsand r -----r- -S - -
two baskets of white gladioli, Lloyd Bryan, a Morgan Founders banquet on Now I''
Open
blue carnations and white Road resident, is in Alachua Saturday night. Scholarshipswere I II
pompoms with an arch can- General Hospital recoveringfrom presented to six women I
delabra with burning tapers in prostate surgery. teachers to work toward advanced
the background. Garlands of degrees in Education.Mrs. I Keystone Mini Storage I II II
dogwood decorated the altar Norman has served the I THURS. THRU MON. ONLYTOPS
rail and white satin bows were Mrs. Phyllis Carver was a State for the past two years as
on the pews. patient in Alachua General Research chairman. She is I
Mrs. Drew Reddish, Hospital Wednesday to past president of Alpha Nu I 1.. Kf flu b) Opx 24 lln. ,
organist, presented nuptial Monday for observation and which includes Bradford '
music. treatment. Baker and Union I Mil '2$" IbtS 'SO" |IL IADIISSlWrTL1
Mike Long attended as best counties. She is presently mUD
man and Grady Overstreetand Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. serving as chapter treasurer, .. Ol /f
Gary Smith were ushers. Jim Womack were in Tampa a position she has held for J !J73-3734! :!! .J| .,' it
Mrs. Grady Overstreet Tuesday attending the early many years. .. _
attended as matron of honor fall buying market.

and attendants were Mrs. ..+- II
Ricky Mott and Miss Jean- 1i
$400 SAVE ON4wAa1
marie Violette of Miami. They Mrs. L.A. Johns -
were attired! alike in light blue daughter, Danielle Staring of '
polyester crepe gowns with Jacksonville were weekend {
scoop neckline and empire guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Clan, T" SIIlrt Style flJ

waist. The gowns had sheer Carter, Sr. s.alI MH .lams I

butterfly white sleeves lace. They trimmedwith wore Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof I
You be
thejudge
blue spring hats and carried Jacksonville were Sunday -. TWINS If

bouquet three white with roses blue in an satin arm guests Shatter.of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie MOTWEATUR )' II f

streamers. rnfGIRL'S
I
Amy Jones was flower girl Mrs. O.S. Dixon of Nash e
and Michael Smith was ring- ville,Tenn. is visiting Mr. and
bearer. Mrs. Don Bagwell and familyfor rTii. S1364 JEANS $4 5Q / e ::1
The bride, given in two weeks. 0
Maurice Over- L I 5
marriage by SHORTS Pr. a ".
formal of .. ...' .... ,-, .
street, wore a gown Among those admitted to w: "J _____
bridal taffeta featuring hospitals the past week were
bouffant sleeves. Bands of Ken Elixson to St. Luke's, .> DOUBLESWHY
chantilly lace and irridescents Bertha Lang to SL Vincent'sand
accented the modified empire Delores Brown Meng to
bodice and formed panels on General.
the full skirt. The sleeves, Alachua PAY MORE? t

neckline and the edge of the Mr. and Mrs. Mack Barron $300 !

skirt were also accented with and son, Shane of Waynes-
bands of lace. Her floor length last Wednesday
boro. Pa. were (
veil edged in lace was secured and Thursday guestsof
with a white net headband.She Mrs.James Barron. 111 al wbb Aow, In laa wbb n.rx MINI' STYROFOAM-- -
carried a cascade I
', SIlORl' SUIYI ICE CHEST
of sweet-
arrangement yellow
Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Brown \
heart roses, white miniature visited his mother, Mrs. \ 1\

with carnations white and satin baby's streamers.A breath. Howard Brown in Daniels- ".... llaw A-SI.Ith_... ; 1
ville. Ga. last week. HP,4-SpeM 1 SHIRTS
reception was held in the
,

was church Fellowship decorated Hall, which with Angelotto Mr. and and Mrs.son of Louis Rose- ...when price is the difference.Compare OIRt -Suntr i

of white z
arrangements land. N.J. spent April 9 to .
pompoms and fern. these three quality, brand name was $1068.
April 13 with Mr. and Mrs.
The bride's table was 8 HP lawn tractors. Wheel Horse. John Deere. $300 SHORTS
R.R. Chism. In instances, I I.H. and J.D.'s
some! average .
.
covered with a white lace And International Harvester. Each is known ..
actual quoted prices were comparable or lower '
cloth over white linen and was for its -.1'
tiered Mrs. E.M. Davis of Starke performance and dependability.Now than Wheel Horse. .1'lbWllII'
centered with a three and Mrs. June Haddock of, 2$1POLOS
wedding cake decorated with Hampton returned Monday of compare prices.An Prices do not include local taxes. Some prices

pale blue roses and t topped last week after five days visit independent shopping survey taken in were higher, some lower. Check your(peal rim IOtYIITER s
with wedding bells. Mrs. with Mrs. Davis' grand January, 1977,among dealers in over 25 major Wheel Horse Sales Inc.dealer for his prices. IMam i
Maurice Overstreet and Mrs. & conOiIOn
:
Barbara Smith cut and served daughters, Mrs. Dorothy U.S. cities specifically showed, the averageof Consistently, Wheel Horse delivers price,
and Mrs. Beth
Haddock the actual for TOILETTISSUE .
quoted prices the John Deere ,
the cake. performance and dependability that are hardto
Nelson ,in Hendersonville, .
Misses Debbie Overstreetand 100 was S 1364; the International Harvester beat.
Karen Clark kept the N.C. Model 81 was 51286; and Wheel Horse A-90 '

bride's book at a table holding Julie Underhill and ( 2$100ll.ll
Mrs. Why 2/$5 nat
more
a bud vase with white roses Mrs. Dorothy pay '
and baby's breath. Staring and Mrs. Barbara when you can own a gin.
Following a wedding trip Hollingsworth of Julla's'tFlorists t r J.
the couple are residing in spent the weekend Wheel Horse!-
Orlando. with Mr. and Mrs. Robert
The bride graduated from Frye in Lakeland. On Sunday: .. .
Bradford High School and they attended the Florida Unit

FSU.The groom graduated from of school Teleflora at Kahler wedding Plaza design Tat' .Wheelllorse I HOSIER'S MONUMENTS ft GARDEN NURSERY :,1 155 W. CaII St. DOLLAR STORES

Jacksonville University.Both Orlando and buffet luncheonand Dealers 964-6214 301-340 S. Walnut' St, Start, Fta.
are employed with the business meeting. .
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New Minimum Security Prison At Lawtey 1 1t





Dedicated By State Local DOR Officials t /

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In Introducing another A symbolic Institutional key
It was the formal dedicationof Lawtey native, Louie L. presentation was made by
Lawtey Correctional Insti- Walnwright, secretary of the DOR Region II Director Ray f
P 1rt tution (LCI) Sunday, April 17 of; DOR Shuford praised the Gray to James WainWright
but it was also a reunion head of the DOR for ",ur- and a dedication plaque was

h r officials of the Department of viving many battles and unveiled by Gray, Wainwright ,
wa
Offender Rehabilitation getting the job done through and James Rozzelle. jH ,,4
and
DOR) with area citizens ,
of local teamwork, participatory Tours of the Institution were N; .
representatives management and motivation given by personnel.The .
government.About ." Shuford said Wainwright Florida Division of Cori. a v
400 persons filled the was "an achiever, who rections purchased: the old
dining area and enjoyed along earned, not demanded the Lawtey Anderson Elementary
with the more serious respect of his fellow em- School plus 20 acres of land for
remarks from dignitaries ployees, who was proud of his $165,000 In November 1973.
about
humorous comments heritage and liked to tell the The former school began as ( P "" --
local officials family back- Lawtey story," the Voca-
Lawtey Community ARMA DealerLocal
for Builders
grounds and prerequisites Jackson Top
for
Wainwright was Joined tional Center housing 98 Inmates
I -. c au 1 working for DOR. the occasion by his mother and had a staff of 21

I James C. Adkins Florida Supreme Court Justice, receives a Phil In welcoming Shuford, chief the of crowd the, Mrs. Truby Wainwright, andbrother employees. businessman Marc Jackson accepts an award as the ARMA Dealer of the Year from

standing ovation by audience and officials at the dedication of DOR's Bureau of Staff Development James "Cobby"Wainwright the 8.B. Hubbard Co Jutlonvllle.
the l.uwtey ('ol'rectlonallnlltltutlon Sunday. Applauding Adkins said he was "an acting superin- Lawtey's phase one expan Jackson Building. Supply was chosen from 1.200 retailers In the south Georgia north Florida
I (l-r) lire !IMaxiiCarter, county commissioner: Phil Shuford old country boy that comes tendent of LCI. The secretaryin sion funded by the 1975Florida region onthe basis 01 ISles growth, store Identification, participation in promotions and circulars
chief of the I1OII Bureau of Staff Development, and Louie back home and that it was his remarks said he legislature, Included and attendance at the S.B. Hubbard trade show. !
Wiiinwright/ secretary of the DOIt. Peeping from behind are: good to be back." Shuford remarked realized the minimum custody four 60-man dormitories and Presenting the award to Jackson are (l-r): Ed O'Donoghue sale representative; John C. toll,
I county commissioner KAV. Hodges and UOIt region II Director the prison opening prison was not accepted by one 100-man unit, a kitchen- president and Ron Beal, marketing manager.
I Hay (;,'ay. looked more like a "Wain- everyone in the community dining room complex, ad-
wrilzht and Shuford reunion. but he hoped it would make a ministration building;sewage
i contribution and the people of treatment and 12 foot
plant a CD Job
Lawtey would become unani- fence at cost of Williams Drops
Bids perimeter a
Must Ask
Law School Board
; By mous in accepting the insti- $2.9 million
I. tution and it would be a

"useful part of the community The $3.1 million second The opportunities period before such officers of the old capitol building
; If Architectural Fees Exceed $50,000In they could be proud of." phase was funded by the 1976 better for me at home at the must obtain a certificate of Williams said. He added he
Lawtey Mayor Marvin legislature and will add four present time," Rep. Frank compliance from the Police would like to see the original

1 Tom to over the past Rosier and City Councilman more 60-man dorms, a chapel, Williams said in a telephone Standards and Training capitol stand, since there is so
1I I a short special session records Casey and go experience of In other action, Casey told Robert Scott said at one time gatehouse, space for medical interview Tuesday concerning Commission.The little to remind us of our her i
Thursday night April .14, the Individuals the board Bradford Countywas they were hesitant, but now dental, classification andother his possible appointment as bill would allow small tage.
Hiudlord County school board firms or the invitation to bid.answering one of three selected from welcome the facility. functions, plus a warehouse director of the Civil Defense rural communities without the
set in motion procedure! to ad- in eight applications to the State Florida Supreme Court maintenance shop Preparedness Agency in resources of large cities to until last week Williamssaid
\i rtise for an architect for the The committee a meeting'set Department of Education for Justice James C. Adkins, the firehouse and Industrial Washington D.C. hire police officers on a Up
is he had
for 5 May 2, to a perfect attendance -
p.m
Vo-Ti-ch project select at least three from the repairing or replacing roofs as main dedication speaker factory. While Williams did not rule temporary basis while they record for five years in
Hoard attorney Jesse bid and submit them to a trial project."It praised Wainwright for taking"a The annual operating out a possible future move to obtain the training necessaryfor the legislature. He added he
\\olberl advised the hoard he group can't be anything but a 40-year old sweat box
budget Is expected to be $3 Washington he said he has police standards, said
board that had editorial
at 7
the full begun writing an
talked with the state p.m. told the and the
tiad good deal Casey system battling
million during the 1977-78 quit considering accepting the Williams.
.
The board will for
same evening. type piece "Clay Today"and
attorney general's office and board. He said $300,000 was pendulum of public opinion." directors '
fiscal year for a staff of 130 Job. Williams said the bill would
in order of had contributed two
I it would be necessary to follow designate pre- available in capital improve- Adkins told the crowd the employees and design "I have other ambitions as not reduce professionalism for articles -
ference 1, 2 and 3 and enter so far, one on not increasing
certain procedure to hire an ment money. He said the state public must recognize re- capacity of 340 inmates. far as politics are concernedand police officers but would allow
with the first one sales tax and
I architect... negotiations would not approve the admini- vidism is very serious and if Between 45 and SO men will hope one day to run for communities such as Starke to an
If emotional
Craig Salley, u ho has a con cannot selected.be reached an agreement the board stration building under that you took out all the repeatersthe produce up to 80,000 pairs of Congress," Williams said. He get needed officers and have The plea against said ERA he
tract since 1974! as the architect and project because it was not crime rate would de- shoes per year in the prison added at this time he did not them .begin police standardsas representative
would cease negotiations could not afford a newsletterto
for all Bradford oriented.In crease. He said the word
County with the second pupil industries program. 125 in- want to be removed from his part of their on the job
his constituents of
proceed as
Schools, will have the op- clarification of the con- rehabilitate means to put mates will learn home scene and added he training. many
,
I IHiitunity to bid on the Vo- choice following the same pro- tract with Salley for reroofingthe people back the way they were' building maintenance masonry, up- loved living where he does, on A portion of this legislative his independently wealthy
cedures. If cannotbe and the articles
Tii'h project as will others agreement board agreed on payingthe and what the prison system Crystal Lake in Bradford Williams colleagues in
holstery, air conditioning and session, said will be
that are interested 11 hl'nSalll'v reached with any of the architect hourly but not to needs to do is habilitate that County.At the paper would enable to
refrigeration small appliance spent on tax related matters.He .
and the board entered three selected then another of the total "punishment is not the reach the public.
exceed
6 only
percent the
selected and repair, horticulture and radiotv request of Starke said he has not made up his
into the 1 1t!>74 contract the Vo- group must be bill. Salley will bill on a solution, but try to educate.' repair. About 40 will study Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, mind on the compromise tax The 33-year-old Williams
Twb! t.'t'nleras not listed.Wolberl negotiations would begin monthly basis as completionof The justice urged the toward high school Williams said he introduced reform plan of Senator served from 1966 to 1972 as
.
said under Florida again. the work proceeds.The listeners to work together to House Bill 327 amending Kenneth Bradford County Civil
equivalency diplomas and the "Buddy"
Statute :2HH055.! ; :; the Consultants Even though the board is overall contract In- communicate and improve number will Florida Statute 94314. The D-Ocala and J\facKaYI Defense director and during
Competitive :NegotiationAit. > looking for an architect, cludes other services as society. "If everyone would same work release.participatein The re- bill referred to the Com Ogden, D-Jacksonville which that period he helped! found
a i public agency shall application for a $50.000 consultations with other ex work together, we could obtain mainder of the inmates will mittee on Criminal Justice, would shift school financing to "Survive" now called! "The
for the VoTt.'Ch "
planning grant "
select their professional services and Journal of Civil Defense the
perts. peace tranquility, provide necessary daily ser- would allow law enforcement local ad valorem taxes.
when I those professional facility has not been The initial action on the Adkins said. He suggested only national publication"of its
approved. The board authorized vices including food, service, agencies to employ persons as Another issue that might
lees are contracted in excess to submit roofs was just a survey and when landscaping the groundsat laundry, and maintenance of police officers for a six month arise this session is demolition kind.
nf. $::>IUMIO by advertising for Casey application Casey remarked, "it grew the prison a good flower to buildings
grounds and
I bids, iiiul giving notice to those in March for architectural every day." plant would be "the forget me equipment.
that/ hj\e tiled a letter of in- and engineering now" BuildinPennitslndicate
tei c-st services for Phase Kour.
('ban'maiI Arthur (iaskmsiippnmtcd Expansion of that facility is
a committee of J,T. expected to be funded com # First Christian Youth Present Easter Play I
I'jirrish. chairman Vernon pletely by state money and In Local
The youth of the First Upgrade EconomyBradford
I'a lung, 'rinenler' with mill Superintendent Art llolliday students would allow and facilities expansion for 500 for Thomas ,Jefferson, the U.S. Christian Church presented a and Lynn Carol Johns Hayes.Jimmy Banks

president, was a redhead. play entitled "The Easter
The
cast thanked
writer
new courses. and
Play" Sunday April 3. associate director Arlette County's economy dollar total l of 673835. make needed changes in the
Members of the cast were: Neis and director Jim Love Is on the upgrade'if building Included in the report were 18 future.
Bruce Johns, Randy Merritt; for their assistance and those permits are any indication single family dwellings, lie advised! that citizens
Ann Marsh, Donna Marsh, that with County Zoning Director $396,575; 23 mobile homes, need to give a lot more input in
They'll be ready for college in 12 years.Will you? Terry Goodge, Junior formance."If came. to see the'per- L.M. Gaines reporting the $131,900; 33 additions and formulating the plan than they
I Dougherty Christie Faulkner biggest month in March since miscellaneous, $80,560; and are doing at present. "I urge
Open a savings account with us now. opening the office here in 1970. one commercial, 28800. all citizens to attend the public
one hat to submit, it is wasteful not to do 10 with the made the hearings the
Seventy-five permits were Inspections during on plans and
belt grace potsible. Winston S. Churchill issued during the month for a month totaled 166, with $1,940 make their wishes known be
collected in fees. fore it is too late" Wolberl
I N1 N art I+V a.I's In an unusually light agendathe said

-l board:

I fliitiut Gave Doyle Starling per
mission to advertise for public
hearing on a change of zoning A child is someone who
:} from Exclusive Agricultural passes through your life and
to Open Rural on 30 acres one then disappears into an
I ,., rtl'- & ( : CS mile west of Lawtey on the adult.
1 !{ / south side of SR-225. Starling Metropolitan. Life ad

plans a subdivision for mobile
homes. Success is never final and

S Mother's Pay May fl Accepted a plat submittedby failure never fatal. It's
Clyde W. Simpson for a courage that counts.
proposed subdivision, Plum Quoted in. Success
b 1 BUY HER A GIFT WITH MEANING Valley Harbor, on SR-21 Unlimited

Many local rusts and craltiman have ptacad their work with ut. WE Pass south on Lake Geneva

5 potttry, oft acrylic and watarcolor patotlnga, custom mada furniture and.lampa, "rhacram bana I between Keystone Freights ,
and plant hangara. .| w.lry. and an aaaortmant of ottiar hand madal gift Kama, ( and Melrose. The plat was

9T ..ri HAVE HER FAVORITE PICTURE CUSTOM' FRAMED ) final County accepted approval Commissioners.contingent by the Board upon of JUiJJouJnoui\/ .


5 MAKE HER A GIFT SHE WILL TREASURE Attorney Jess Wolbert STARKE
'. warned that the board, as wellas
y Wa have a I larga selection l of art and craft auppllaa tor you to make tfrrfl partact gift \. S.r S. the general public, should Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johns
G S B' ''take another look" before and family of Jacksonvillewere

5 LADIES. GIVE YOURSELVES A TREAT. X J final approval of the county's Saturday dinner guestsof
) comprehensive land use plan. Mr and Mrs. Gerald
> PARTICIPATE IN OUR CRAFT CLASSES 'S ut. He warned that unless the Norman.

Open 9:30-5:30: : Mon.Tuea,Thurs & Frt .( plan flexibility was there given might some be Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sessions

Wed 9:30.10:00: : Sat 9:30.1:00: : 150 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. ) serious difficulty in going visited her brother-in-law and

'-s- "" ,-.J"-"" "' ''''' N 11/' 's N t/% """ "",% N Vv,, through state channels to sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry

Lent in Jacksonville on
Sunday and was accompaniedhome
by her mother, Mrs.
Jane Stokes.

SPECIALOne

Approximately 100 attendedthe
Brannen reunion
family
8x10 ColorPORTRAIT' Sunday held at Swift Creek
i.. Baptist Church near Lake
Butler. Following dinner on

) 1 the grounds, group singingwas
k tqL r enjoyed.


I r Local admittances to
Bradford County Hospital this
week Include: from Starke:
Mrs. Lorine Sanders Vincent

e Griffis, Bobby Alvarez, Frank
3 Only 31 Strickland Cynthia Crews
Plus 1& Cunbj Mrs. Jessie Fowler Mrs. Lou
From little sprouts great scholars grow Almost faster than you McWilliams, Mrs. Gayle

can blink those tiny kindergartners be heading off for collegeSo -I- '' Film Chargt Davis,' Terrance Boatright,
now's the time to start a special savings account for their ly' NO AGE UMIT Calvin Harris, Mrs. Vira

higher education. Just a few dollars every week can make a big e' LIMIT ONE PER SUBJECT, Huggins and Mrs. Martha

difference when time for those heavy tuition bills rolls around A UMIT ONE PER FAMILY Brown Gertrude; from Eunice Lawtey-Mrs.and Mrs.
s 7 EXTRA PERSONS IN FAMILY '3.95
EACH
And remember, when you save with us, you'll get a high ., GROUPS. 66 PER PERSON Betty Wray; from Keystone
t
interest rate and solid return on your money And every day your PLUS 65 FILM HeightsMrs.. Mildred
money grows because the interest you earn is compoundedOpen CHARGE Johnson; from BrookerMrs..
a savings account with us today Be sure you're ready 'f MU55 ALL PICTURES TAKEN Mary Woodburn; from
t BACK IN ONLY ,RaifordMrs.. Perry Roberts;
when they are ONE WEEKVVVC
...
,,
'" from Hampton- Mrs. Roxie

Dennis and ,Mrs. Barbara


FSLIC_....__.,- I s;) George.
395 W. Madison 964.5000 "'-,- Robert E. Allen, Sr. of
'N' Gainesville and Mrs. Era
.. ,x
_. Allen of
.. Georgia were Monday
GuarantyFederal : t'r ;, : : night guests of Mr. and Mrs.

t f1J @ :"to .SIT.-, SUI-' .APRIL 23-24 family.Mr.Robert. E. Allen; Jr. and


Savings & Loan Association of Gainesville *W \EMOER' i ., .s' : :;, :. rI t ;:r' P.9".' : -; IOH BAYS visited. and Mr.Mrs.and Mrs.Ben Jennings Rowland

Rogers. Ocala on Sunday.

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Starke's "Friendliness"Good I.. IJt\ ;f&J\ } ]\ I f Johns In Good Spirits; Recovering After Losing" Let, I kY t


Jerome Johns was reported 'Senator and Mrs. Charley E. Lake home and a tree he was j
doing extremely well late
Johns pushing with a bulldozer fell
To Tuesday afternoon a week Williams said Johns was the wrong way onto the I ,
Betty Young alter undergoing a second "doing fantastic" and he has machine and mangled his left
operation in which his left leg accepted what has happenedand leg. The leg was mangled so i
was amputated above tha is ready to get back to badly, the nerve and bone :
Holly Young is in love knee as the result of an ac- work. damage so extensive that f I
with a husband said "either' get rid of can create something they cident t
April 9.
lown iiiul the people she says some of this stuff or open your would be proud of whether\ is A spokesperson at Shands The second operation was amputation was necessary. ;
ulter 1 I business 'inStarkv business." y G 1P !
a
opening own 1Tt
J '
\last December. The Youngs have lived in art or cratts."Things R ;Y Teaching Hospital in Gainesville necessary after gangrene set .- p
said, while Johns was in following the first operation Homeowner, returning '
iainesville for seven years By Hand" has r well with April 9, in which Johns' left .1
doing mail
no complications to postman: our "
"Things By (Hand"cm W. and Betty terms' the people custom picture framing the
his doctor leg was amputated below the
(fall Street( opened before friendlier\ in Starke and says teaches tole painting French ;; I I Ilw r A had not yet knee. information for re- 4 ;
made a determination of mainderof the winter
(Christmas( and Betty nays it she I eels: they cure whether inking(\, and fabric painting. whenhe Johns we are jjj
48 !
would be allowed was Injured when not nf
to go accepting postcards |
H
has been
a love affair said also have
ever you( stay or nol Betty they craft lie '"
site '
home. was clearing a for a from anywhere that palm '
since With her husband, lessons in
a macrame Johns taken tennis court at his ..rj
was to Shands Crystal trees grow
(iainesilk': businessman: An art major In :>school decoupagcand they carry fineart where
a special machine is
llu-y will lo moving to (the Betty said she has taken all and craft supplies. The available for
Slarke ('our.,try Club area t types) of art and craft!I courses, shop also has handmade. gifts after treatment of I
rushedto
gangrene being
Mil 111. and coupled with being a scout pottery plants from Eunice's Bradford
leader. and Nursery and she does handle County Hospital
lor 12 years president and Alachua General 1'
of the' Homemakers some consignments. -- --
Hi lly .aid "she happened (to Hospital.
IIIl.'all'IU'1'ohop: in Slarke l titter.I Association;; she leaned firii '. 4 Rep. Frank Williams con- j
toward a shop that dealt! with Betty and her husband feu "r. alr 1l' t -
Iriend recommended then art in one form or another. Louis have three children. The tacted in Tallahassee Tuesdaysaid
'ca and though! there was a youngest John, 18, will his father-in-law was a
need f lor that I Ijpeol :shop. She "I 1 have la-en graduate from Huctiholz High "strong willed individual and
always art
lokingly said :she also gut into conscious." said j School in June and is interested y his spirits were great"Williams I
I In' luiMiu'ss. < Belly and said
: when her in basketball. Louis Johns was
:she added she let-to:
everyone
Young.Jr. is a reporter for anxious to get home and is

r.= -- daughter Linda Shields is an ____. __ __.n'__ ._. ___._ ...."' ..._" the hospital to attend the 50th ., +
executive secretary for the wedding anniversary Sundayof SeeThe
(City of Gainesville.by !Mrs Betty' Young/ with some of the art and craft objects In her his father and mother.

shop "Things Hy Hand." _.' ___ __ _. ._ u._.__
All New

Future Plans For Santa Fe Cemetery

1977 60x14
Discussed In Meeting Of Persons REGAL

Now At John Brown's
()l'Iorl'sll'ng' :
represent the Association in J !
Tt'legrllph'orre"IJlllldt'nt\ legal matters and suggested'Mr. sGy ,.. ,t

Paul Newell of Keystone Cluck WMi John.
Hen Campen acted as Heights who had representedhis
Chairman of a group of some family in a lair way. Btfbrt Yea Bw A .few Horn ;,
1111 i citizens meeting in the Newall was unanimously

Hampton City Hall on the agreed!( upon I'for legal I repre-"
evening of March 24 showing sensation, after C'an,(lx'n explained
interest in (he future plans of that no unreasonable. He Is The Oldest Dealer In The area
the Santa Fe Cemetery. l'hargl'lIuld be made for his J
John Campen. stated; that itwas services. And You Only Need To Ask
sound the original persons C'umpen then proposed thai
J
acting as trustees were a free will donation t be taken to Your Neighbor About His service
actually not bona fide help defray attorney and legal
trustees.' Campen thcri proposed fees stating that his family
that a new representative would personally finance any'Artists Display Work At Library Show

group be appointed to acton additional expenses. JOHN BROWN
behalf of the interested Those attending were also : Mrs. Grace Hitch of Starke display some of the paintings by
Simmon- !Hc'c'c'iH'{ '* 1 0-Yc'ur Flil'Srr\i vIin citizens for petitioning the invited to list their names and ,local artists on display at the Bradford County( Public Library in I I

Itin niuml \". Simmons of l.uwtry receives a III ear servicecililiiiilc court to take any necessary addresses for future communication .conjunction with National Library. Week April 1723.: MOBILE HOME CENTER I
I (' from Captain J.K. l.ove. troop commander of the action. The following were about meetings. Some artists from the community and local institutions who
Sliirkc! oirii-p. { of thFlol'ld.1 Highway( Patrol. Simmons ho is a 'nuntinatedlolhisgroup\ : John Cam pen suggested that will have paintings on display are: :Mrs Jean Darby, Dr. J.K.:
(..iisliKlian{ for the Kill do('!! IIlt'chanleol'k In his off time ('.Imlll'n, Wilbur II. Gunter, Gunter act as treasurer of the Denmark Millard Judd :Mrs. !Millie Simmons, :Sirs. Betty 473-3775 Hwy 21 N. Keystone Ii! I
;Mrs. L.A. hall Bill Melton.F.ugene group until it is officially Young and :Mrs. Grace Hitch all of Starke. From Union !
: Hirt, Hoy McDavidand organized. (Correctional lulion will he C. Knxiker' II. Amos G. Heed N a
;Mrs. Carolyn Slater, and At the clohe of the meeting and "Hiicky". Also on display is a copper relief by Kozman of
unanimously accepted. Mrs. L.A. Hall accepted dona- UCI' / TA\ Iii'
Among those expressing lions from many in attendance Shown in the picture is a clown by "Bucky"! done in acrylic, r'
opposition of the original and issued receipts ,flowers by Jean' Darby in acrylic, cat and flowers by irate' ::1
Hoard in removing stakes lor same. Kitch in oil. Mrs. Hitch holds an African wall hanging !she did on
chains and fences Irom plotsin canvas in shades of brown.
the cemetery were Owen I
Simmons who stated "Some I Ii;

:1:1: : years ago I was told to put Gurich Club YOB Dance On TapThe till'
iivcement| posts and chains to
assure privacv of my plot. t
These: have been removed and GURICH club rl
will holds 1
how
"Steeplechase" will be the to
I am mad about it. I consider a B.Y.O.B dance this Friday, featured band. Donations
will
this my persona) property and April 22, at the New National
1 < i ibe $31' head I
or $5
intend to pursue the law inh.I'inlt Guard with per per I
it returned to itsartgatal'state Armory setups couple. ID.'s will be checked!
available; ; ??, -,'. save ait
:
,
.0'1'11.
.si: .,R r L .
''Mi's.1 1 Kwlyn ABt-n from ,.I 'I4"w.: :: fyl

I'alalka cautioned the group i iprE"plunning
about pl'rmiltinfees(\ to be distance 1
charged for cemetery plots 1 1 long :
staling, "Outsiders! have
moved to Orange Springs and
Carter Receives 20 Year Pin taken! over control of the Protect Your Flowers And
cemetery there and oldtimersare .' From Insects And Fungus by ;
"
"For totally :and (lilt Iilug effort" Scrgcunt PaulV.. \Carter of now paying. '
the F I-loriila. lii)>liuav I' Itrut. (leltl receives a :'JO! year pin from :Mrs. Eva Rogers was joined i.l VEGETABLE andTOMATO
( al'lain .1.a-:. l.ovr, troop toll)nnuuh. .i'. by many others in stating "I
('arlrr( st.uli'il vv illi the ,patrol\ in l)53!); ; us a trooper and has been am" against any change or a" DUST
assigned( to ferry Lake Unller, Kt. :Mvers, Jacksonville. Lake $.>n charge for burial rights. Holly Thieman, Long Distance Operator, !
;Mr. Cunt: er !said "I 1 would if
lit ii nil I is now till' di'.Irklsergeant in Slarke. tooi
Culler, who hails from 11.1\IIna. Florida lives in Starke with (elected never propose drastic 4 lb. Bag 5749 Ouster $-7g suggests you plan your long distance callsin

his "{ih', :MM iticeandasunPaulJrafreshutanatBITS.litulohas I changes" in cemetery regular Reg. '2"V Reg.1M JL
down what want to
..
tions. advance..jot
you say.
whereupon other .r
% il.mulilers. I De-lira Parrish of 1'1'0Id..Ul., and Itenoe, e
win lives in .laiksiuiville. Heach. Ills luihliies. including gardening J proSpeelivc: ; trustees expressed .. OM6 tell party call is long distance..and I
similar your your
1 opinions.
(, fishing( and hllutinTh. /(. INaast 5% SEVIN DUST
pin culminates "Iwenlv years. of satisfactory service," (t'LII1IJ en proposed that an use your watch to keep track of time.
".Ihl..I.I. Kenneth Ito.iti'inhl. district conimaiid t of the II II'. attorney be appointed to .. Safe On Vegetables 1 Kills Fleas'

On Animals j, -A's1o Advanced planning cuts time and costs.You'll .

a 4 lb
agReg1" also save by dialing direct and

PUBLIC NOTICESTARKE ( calling out-of-state during offhours..afterfive

ORTHO KLOR-74 in the evening or on weekends when I''

CHLORDANE discounts are highest. Check your directoryfor

LIQUID specific information.
-ftm. \ :
="- It's /tinting I nut!
'
saw PINT.
Reg $449 I In Bud & Bloom

LAND USE PLANHEARING '6" Nice Selection ( \7; :; Continental Telephone -J
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Reg, for a Better Tomorrow = ;

Reg. '29 $229 $3 89 $299 An Equal Jpportunily,! Employer i _)--

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Public Input Is Encouraged/Arid ".. \ NURSERY AND
'( lOIIDA 1 '\ GARDEN CENTER


Interested/ Citizens Are InvitedAnd y ES'ON110tA Z. 539 Starke E. Call St.


,.0Hi.,.GioM..IIIe, Ma 1ST. t49
Urged To Attend ..' AIM hi: 0Crystal.... Pvfatha. Lake CMy
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Page TELEGRAPH April 21.1977HAMPTON

1 AREA NEWS J.D. Griffis Plans Race For House FPL Earnings Down For Year,


Dolores J.D. Griffis, mayor of Health Planning Council, and Up For Quarter .
by Meng
SenlorCitlzena which they plan to present on
North Central Florida Re-
Raiford,has announced his In- the & operating
Plan Coalition Meeting Phone 408-1915 9 at the school.It .
May Council.He is expenseslincreased
tention to run for the State gional Planning Florida Power & LightCompany's 4 percent
evening was especially enjoyable Hampton Lake News is a good experience for Legislature in the District 15 a member of the Union County net income and $1.042 billion.
to
Senior children and
The Hampton the anyone
held by Rep. George Democratic Executive
seat now the
for shares outstandingfor
share
Citizens Club held their re Mrs. Ruth Stabile and sons. wishing to assist with costumes Committee.A earnings per Average
of Jacksonville, be-
Grosse, March
months ended the periods were 40,050,000and
gular monthly meeting on Convalescents Tony and Chris, arrived at the or other phases of this expected at Raiford businessman, twelve and 28
as
Friday evening, April IS, in Jacksonville airport April 13 production are invited to the comes vacanti the present Griffis operates an Inde- 31,1977 were 16 percent than comparable 36,918,852 the first quarter respectively.ended
the City Hall. Plans were Edward Saxon is making for a visit with their aunt, volunteer their services. session. pendent grocery,and is also in percent lower In
for the prior March 31, 1977. revenues rose
made for members to attend satisfactory progress at home Mrs. Ruth Meng, and family. Grosse is said to be In line the poultry business.A figures to $334 million, up
the meeting of the North following surgery at Alachua They enjoyed a day at Disney Research Papers White House appoint- special election will be year. million 22 percent million
for a $123 the$273 reportedlast
Income was from
Net
Florida Coalition of Senior General Hospital recently. Although World on April 14 with their ment as U.S. Marshal for held to fill the vacancy if with million,
$147
Citizens scheduled for April 19 he plans to have additional aunt and cousins. On April 16 Mrs. Carole Shields' sixth Florida,and has said he Grosse resigns. compared year. million
North share were income was $43 ,
their workon and earnings per Net
in Starke when neighboringclubs treatment at Shands they visited St. Augustine and graders completed seatif
his legislative
will resign with $3.41 recorded from the $37
would be represented Research Papers which $2.47 compared up 17 percent
Hospital, he is glad to be back are enjoying the lovely .
for projection of ideas to home. Florida weather. has kept them busy In the appointed.A resi- CityRezoues last year. million last year, and ear-
and lifelong
their organizationsttnd entered school library and other native Revenues rose slightly to nings per share were $0.90
Mrs. George Davis will be Mrs. Eugene Meng of Raiford, Griffis is a with
dent compared with $0.83.
Individual lives. recuperating at home following Alachua General Hospital on sources for the past six weeks. and former chair- $1251 billion compared
member J.D. Odoni Lot
surgery at the April IS for observation and Most of them turned In very man of the Union General _r ttttsr -- fry lid
Recreation DepartmentPlans Jacksonville Naval Hospital treatment. good reports complete with board of trustees. lie
Fund Allotment where she has been bibliographies and decorated also Hospital serves on the board of For OfficesThe CENTER II I II
hospitalized for nearly three School News report covers. directors of the North Florida IpANELING
Bobbie Shepherd presidedat weeks. petition of J.D. Odom ,. -.-:- .
the meeting of the Hampton Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan returned Mrs. Arleen Rich's third for a change of zoning from I I
Recreation Department heldat home via Eastern Airlines grade class welcomed a new Lunch Menu HEAVES TRAINS residential to Professionaloffices .
the City Hall on Tuesday on April 13 from classmate Jimmy Loiacano, April 25-29 FOIl JUNGLE SURVIVAL ) was approved at the 4'x8'SHEETS.
( II I II
afternoon, April 12. Oklahoma City where she attended on April 18 Jimmy recently Army Sergeant First Class April meeting of the City I
Plans were made for allot. the funeral of her moved to this area from MONDAY- floppy Jo.on bun, col. Robert E. Reaves of Starke Board. .
ment of recreation funds to McGun- .1...., Ironch frlot pplvuuco, milk. and other members of the 1st Zoning
mother, Mrs. Lucy Georgia. involved is one lot, I II
TU.SDAYClllck.n and rico owootpoo Property
local ball teams and equip- nigle, who died at 90 years of Debbie Taylor recently ". M a.d MUd. hot rollt ch.rry Battalion, 327th Infantry of 262 feet north and south by 210 I Prices A:' j ;,
ment requested by the local age at the home of her son, joined the third graders. Her cobblor' milk. the 101st Airborne Division at feet east and west, bounded '
Senior Citizens Club. Also attending near Seattle. Washington.Mrs. brothers, Phillip and William, W.DN.SDAYMo.t.. laud fronch with Ft. Campbell jungle, recently north by Pratt Street and east I Start At v, i i'l I
tpoghottl.gr. btanti fruit cup
this meeting were: McGunnigle was cared also moved back to Hampton completed a operation Lake Street. It is located at
Charlene Darrah, Elaine for by Mrs. Vaughan for and are in the 4th and 5th bnod THURSDAYCIIIII milk. with b...... training course in Panama, by northwest corner of Pratt
Smith and Dolores Meng. years before going to live with grades. cho,..,o itlcko, buttorod corn, toitodulid C.Z.The and the Lake, directly behind the I! 1
cinnamon' roll. milk. train- 1$299
I Glisson celebratedhis course provided
her son in Washington. Monty Iron restaurant.The .
bun carrot- Branding
Hot
City Council Mrs. Marrion Veltmann, 12th brithday on April 18. ...FRIDAY. ....r.laln, naiad dog, ,on ballot ......, ing in jungle survival, City Council delayed
Raises Salary Eddie Veltmann and Jackie His 6th grade classmates and milk techniques of camouflage, final action on the matter
Holshaur from Centralia, friends all wish him many I .. patrolling and various aspectsof Tuesday night since official KitchenCabinet
Chairman Ted Curtis Illinois spent some time with happy returns of the day! 5// jungle warfare. minutes of the zoning board See Us For roiir
presided at the meeting of the Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and attended .C $ SFC Reaves is assigned the meeting had not been Needs
Hampton City Council held on the wedding of Susie "Mary Popplns duties of a platoon sergeant in received. ftI

Tuesday evening, April 12, in Powell and Donald Falcon at Company C of the battalion.The -------------- 1 I
the City Hall. All Councilmen, the First Baptist Church in Mrs.Jean Clark Miss Joyce 1965 graduate of Brad- CO.
City Clerk Mary Lee Allen, Starke on April 16. Also at- Kuykendall and Mrs. Rich are At the age of 22, Ludwig ford High School entered the He who believes that the VAUGHN-JOHNSON
Mayor Arthur Bruno and At. tending from Hampton[ were assitmg their first, second and Van Beethoven paid 19 centsto Army in 1965. past cannot be changed has
torney Richard Welty attended Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid Fon- third grade students In take his first music lesson His, wife Marilyn is with not yet written his memoirs. I 140 Thompson Starke "" 964-5711
this meeting taine, Mrs Carol Croll and practicing for the musical from Franz Joseph Haydn in him at the fort. -Torvald Gahlln rrr ...A..
Leonard Darrah who has daughter, Terri) Ann production "Mary Poppins" Vienna!
been assisting the Marshal Mrs.Evelyn Powell and her ...IIIE ,
submitted his resignation sister Marrion Veltmann, at- --
citing personal reasons. He tended the Cedar Key Art
was advised by Attorney Show and went on to Port E 9 WE WANT YOU TOU.S. -
Welty to submit in writing. Charlotte for several
Marshal Steve Varnum is pre. Eddie Veltmann and Jackie
sently enrolled in Law Enforcement Holshaur spent some time at FOOD
classes. Daytona Beach and with Mrs. 60.
Mr. Curtis made the motion Boneless E:
Evelyn Vaughan before returning GOVT
that all Councilmen, the City to their home in SN,
Clerk and City Attorney be Illinois. INSPECTED 78
granted an additional sum of
$25 per month. This motionwas FAIR Chuck Roast
seconded by A.C. Dennison CORN FED BEEF

and carried; John X.
Allen being the only Councilman LORIDAJ Effi.1LB
opposing the raise at this
time THE TER SUPERMARKETS OFF Daptntry OFF

Dog Clinic STARKr Clip The Valuable ,
u
| PANTRY PRIDE I I PANTRY PRIDE J'1
The dog clinic held in Fri Sat Sun HALF GAL 24oz
and Coupons in this Ad & 1 I I I
Hampton on April 16 ICE ICE
sponsored by the State Boardof "Super Van"PO Save To. & i i a < '
Up .. I
Health for rabies and distemper I 59 MIX69 ?
vaccination was CREAM ? TEA
PLUS j j

poorly attended. This $1 2 0 U". TMtl COUPON TBUH1.. ..--rrrrl-rrrr-J! l.r--------lint---J
probably was due to the fact "Hard Ride"PO COUPON mm < >; so on ... .
that very little \publicity was ,4 -- -- -
to this project and most
given people were unaware of the _
service. Oij'DRIVEINFri J :-= ALL Inn AND MICH OOO TMUKt.. API, 21. THRU tO.. A.'. 17, 1977 QU..TII' IIOHIS, "UUED.i .
Bargains in Grocery *** .
TA RWE
PClfttmasters'St'mlnar TbmaS .
COMPARE
A0.nCfl 0irol

Mrs. Mary Williams, I I .
Sat
COMPARE 0-:: T ou iii. 1p mil tun HIM.
Hampton postmistress, at '"" : "'" 4\
tended the Seminar of Postmasters Laurel Barnett In ,, EveryDayLowPrice || Grape Jam or Jelly 69 26"ir's
cash ts$0ftl0 p
held April 14 and 15 at UNI i IMS( Uu *
the Thunderbird Inn in LETS PLAY HIDE 4/M/ 3v3M Kosher Dills 59 30'
,,, ,. PFEIFFER
Jacksonville. GO KILL. l mats i mi MI *
AND i
i Postmasters from Brooker HAflWV NOVAK *mM Swift Vienna Sausage / I 29' Vogue Toilet Tissue 39 ioEveryDayLowPrice <
Starke and other area cities Is,,I IaiacN SALAD
also participated in this Worchestershire Sauce 79 20'>

oussions.seminar! lectures Interesting, and dis information CJIILDPLUS CISUIIIMT loll DRESSINGS
Hot Dog Chili 4/M/ 34' 4 SAYE
during
were given EveryDayrLowPrice fjiJ FRENCH & CHEF STYLE 40E
the course of the meetings I 7 1u11 *
ITALIAN
The banquet held on FridaynUOKER ; Flavor r Ice 89 wM59

.. 141101 PANTRY PRIDE BUDDY BOY
Punch Detergent 20''

FMIII P511 i Waffle SyrupDe'lMonte 69e sot TOMATOJUICE :i PEANUTBUTTER

IN BRIEF '
89e
Catsup 20' COMPARE ,,,,,.,.T ,' TI
A. e11N: wro
JeanrttPrescott Monogram itiiu Rice 59e 20" en.. ini .MI UMII it' hi

Phone 483-1715: .. Libby Corn alas/ nnidi '
PUUI i i IN
SCHOOL: LUNCH :MENU 4/M/ 1 WIN."WITHNI. malt .MM
Cut Green Beans IB'
April 25-19 40oz
1
1 Pickled Beets 3/1/ *>
..
;\JO:' DCorn dogs, f I. loa .bL
baked beans, cabbage, carrot, hi$1/ 47FRUIl Lemon Juice |l JAR
pepper salad, apple sauce. 57 i 12'
milk. 7 l1WTt!

TVKSI\YMacaroni: and NN
cheese "2 deviled egg peanut

butter with celery, mixed NE> TAH PANTRY PRIDE STOKELVGREEN
vegetables, strawberry cake BARTLETT SUNNY VALLEY
with topping, rolls, milk Sun Mon FRUIT COCKTAIL a ICED TEA ALL GREEN
WEDNESDAY: Beef stew PEARS BEANS
PEACHES MIX LIMA BEANS
with carrots and potatoes 'J" AFMK ''IT?

rice mustard, sweet greens potato, corn pie,bread milk. 5 ". 3/l a II 79 < ,/89< I K 4/l

THURSDAY: Tuna fish _
salad buttered corn jello rl/ I
with orange juice, pineapple /
cheese bread stix milk.

FRIDAY: Roasted turkey, 1a COMPARE "x" .u>i ....... ..
buttered peas, mashed ">::M: : v.toUPT Bargains in Frozen 1 Health & Beauty Aids COMPARE r:p..... .ou.w,0.

cranberries, rolls,
potatoes /N rMIM lilt .
14 CT ,
milk. COMPARE "na' '" COMPARE OU* V ('' ww. .. ,
Tea Bags $119 ::: ::: wro : :":: aw mil al n in u ten
so
Cake
I Mixes 69
nun mi' ""'_!*. ...M'tin Mia MMMT SAVE
The Farmers Market in paramount pktureLR OIMIMI mni mris'$nit i 89' Lambrecht Pizza ]14 t 12' I Sine Off Tablets 97* ir79e MM MMI Mil'U W Ml
In SAVE
Color
for Angel Food 89e
Brooker opened Spring 9" mi.um II'm nuiN 11aa1....T Cake Mix SAVE

operation Vegetables Monday.now available April are 18. PLUSLipsdck _" French Fries 99* 30' Crest Toothpaste 14'

zucchini and yellow squash. lot uiniu nut mm IIIIM...MM HUM KtNTII at.Maillll l..
Missy Hart will be celebrating EveryDayLowPrice SAYE y Downyflake Donuts Z/'l'/ 5i'I Breck Hair Spray 9 9 so' EveryDayLowPrice
her fifteenth birthdaywith
tart'ISO M nmi MMTmPolident
slumber Thursday hills 99 $129 -
a party TROPICANA Mrs. Fish Fillet 30' Tablets 40nu
night, April 21.
are Other Jeanette birthdays Prescott.in Brooker April I APPLE Lenders l.UMIII n Bagels* n ih 39* 10' Al'ka Seltzer 66* 13' KOUNTY KIST

19. and Paul Prescott, April I rh3H; na.aJII':
EARLY
20. JUNE


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WHITE CHINA WITH SCALLOPPED EDGES 32ozJAR 4/I REG A HERBAL 5/l


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Salad Bowls $15so Plates 9" '1940 '
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Fruit Saucers '7T5 Plates 9'/2 '2525 .
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o.'BALLARD.' I Chocolate
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Bouillon Cups '12" platters 10" '27" I I_IUCN.DCMI..RII_ g I BUNDT CAKES I ''

Plates 5W'765 Platters 11 / '36 1 FLOUR ::: I''I 23-Sor: ALL FLAVORS I.1 I Q U I K 1 La I


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April 21, 1977 1 KI.KCHAIMIA ; Page


School Board Approves Transfers_, Reiects Francis As_ BUS. Princina1 or5iin
.& ... V n --- -- -- --- ---l -- -O ----- <
Battle lines
January and did were not drawn change In Monday Appointments shifted approve d dissenting votes, not in op- which prompted chairman After a check of rules of secondary education 69-71, 1972 and appointed superintendent
Monday night when the three administrators night onl;y position to the 17 nominationss Arthur Gaskms to say; "I the nominations after looking order after the motion to assistant director of the vo- in Sept. J975 after Jim j
Bradford County School on which move,; but in opposition of the ex- think you know as much as I at job descriptions and their accept the package failed topass tech, 7274. Temple left until 1976.
Casey said he ha d
professional
< elusion of Francis.it qualificationsand Parrish made Current Starke
Board voted the same 3.2 made his last decision do. Mrs. Spengler retorted, a motion Before coming to Bradford Elementary
on Casey also asked theprincipal's "who can do the most for to accept all the nominations principal Dewey McKinney i
"then )
II
rejecting Superintendent Tom 5:30: that afternoon. Th, you don't know much. children." County Millard Brown was a
Casey's nomination of Charles moves switch Mrs. Gaskins also had sharp high school teacher in Duval
LucilU
Francis Hampton and Brookere words Dissenting members of the Parmenter seconded, and the football and baseball coach in I
to return as priclpal Payne, principal at during discussion of the board County from 1951-65 and
of the high school. become full time rather thane Francis nomination for Art after the 3-2 vote on a motion carried 3-2 without assistant principal there 1965- 1968-69, director of elemen-
Elementary, back to th, having them teach motion by Mrs. Spengler and further discussion.The education at
physical'f tary Southside ,
Casey Holliday him
presented the county office telling to "watch 68. Brown was half time
as director > education. The board rejectede seconded by Art Holliday to board voted 4-1 with 19K9-7I/; principal at Brooker
nomination of Francis and 17 curriculum switches Stark your words" and board attorney coordinator of adult education :,
all the nominations
that proposal unanimously on accept as Parrish dissenting, giving 1971.73, principal at Southside
other administrators to the Elementary Jesse Wolbert not to and industrial drafting .$
board for school 77-78 principal Devvej y a motion by J.T Parrishp offer his opinion. Gaskins a package were polled by Charles Hall, Myrna Lou teacher in Bradford County 197376. I I
year McKinney to the
and asked for at Southsidc principalship seconded by Vernon Par- gaveled the capacity audience Casey as to their reasons for Rahn, James Duncan and 1968-1969 and became the full Jesse Moore was a teacherat jl
continuing Elementary, an(d:J rejecting Francis. Parrish
menter to maintain the Rocena Santanginl three Anderson Elementary 1958- "
same to silence
contract for after year
four of those moves Richard they snickered time director of adult
nominated. The board current director Jockel., staffing chart as this year. when Parmenter told Casey said he would take the Fifth contracts. Casey asked for education 1969. 64, principal at Anderson .
of accountability The board indicated after Amendment and consult his continuing contracts for these 1963-01, assistant principal,
"there
rejected the to be
seems Connie Clark
in the
appointment of some
Francis in the county K public hearings on moving they attorney, Parmenter said he but Gaskins said, "the boarddoes : county BMS, 1970-71, assistant
political
at overtones" in for
BUS 17
and
and office
taught
continuing to Starke Elementar did not have to state years was
seventh grade to Hampton, presenting Francis'nameagain a reason not have to give ad- principal, BUS 72-75, director
contract status for as principal at Lawtey 1960-19G4,
principal.The
and and Gaskins said he had not of
Lawtey Brooker ministrators
general
services 1975-76
expanding continuing
administrators. as principal of BUS. at BUS
principal 64-67 the
Chairman on :
appointments, minus I changed his position the
each of those on contract"In and
BINS
schools, principal 1976.77,
Arthur Gaskins and board Francis Casey responded when county staff, 68-75, assistant
were approved 3-2 2! another look matter and would let the
might be taken a fruit basket turnover Prior to coming to Bradford
Parmenter
members J.T. Parrish and with Mrs. Pat Spengler and 1 I toward asked why the courts decide. director of the vo-tech, 75-76
making those prlns through the years county County Ted Oglesby was an
Vernon Parmenter dissented. Art llollidav superintendent nominated the and principal at Hampton 76-
casting lh cipalships full time. Casey same man again when he The matter is expected to go administrators have held j industrial arts teacher in
.. said he wants input from the knew the feeling of the board. to trial during the next several various positions at several 77.Carl Clark for the Atlanta. Duval and Alachua \(\
public before moving the Casey said he had chosen months after Circuit Court schools: 1961-65 was assistant principal years counties from 195159. A i i\\
DeWitt seventh graders is decided on. those who could be the most Judge Benjamin Tench denieda C.C. Anderson, assistant and science teacher at RJE, teacher in Bradford County J]
C.JonesFuneral Board member Pat effective in that position. motion March 24 by Wolbertto principal at BHS since 1975, science teacher at BUS, 1965- 195967 director of Vo-Tech :
I Spengler said she knew Casey said he had looked dismiss the suit. Francis began in 1939 as a teaching- 69, assistant principal at BUS, Center and county director 67- '!.
II I nothing about the proposedmove people over and In his contends in that suit he has at Lawtey Training 69-73, principal Stark 73; Vo-Tech director for
School,
of the seventh grade, professional opinion he made been unjustly denied the and after a service Elementary, 1973-76 and is Bradford-Union 1973-74 and
Home principalship of BHS and the break he was principal of that presently in his first director of Vo-Tech and f
year as
.w board
"J. <1'1 '1'1/.1/ 1'1' failed to present "justcause" school. Anderson was prin- assistant at Bradford Union 1973-74 and
principal Vo-Tech I
r 1 when they rejected his cipal of RJE from Nov. 1964 to and coordinator of director of Vo-Tech ''and
STARKE I FREE MOTHER'S DAY GIFT nomination In January. June 1969, supervisor of programs. special Bradford County vocational

KEYSTONE Jim Duncan, with 14 years education education director
------- -
LOTT'S of BEAUTY experience, began as a Dec 1974 to the present.
964.6200 473-3176 JOHN'S teacher in Panama City Lucille Payne taught third
Hampton, Fla. sap c.th' t before coming to Bradford and fourth grade in 1950 and

468-1197 COLORINGS & 264-1353 Remodeling & Roofing Co. 2849002KM .. County as assistant football became elementary supervisor
RENTALS __ and basketball coach at BUS in 1960, assistant principal -
LATEST STYLE "The Scoop" PERMANENTS .MAfaM e..tIItI M* .,.\... & ww in 1970. He became principal for Starke and

toff.).. M TIM .faff* A, to* MM*.*. & Y'-fI/ at Lawtey 197377. Duncan Southside 1972-73 and directorof
Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs REGISTER FROM APRIL 20 MAY 7 C MNtt Milk. AI T IIgt1t1 directed special education and curriculum. 1975-76 and I-

1 st GIFT PERMANENT WAVE Also a 2nd & 3rd Gift a federal project for the north 1976.77 principal I at Southside.
.
aN.IA/MAAr a.aA1l Current
& Crutches -.t Florida area 1968-70 and 1971- Assistant principalat ,
DRAWING SATURDAY MAY 7 BMS !Myrna Lou Kahn was
SAVE We Do Our Own Work, 72.Charles
Francis, current assistant principal there 1973-:/ I
director of curriculum and 74: and had a split assignment I
instruction was a teacher at 1975-76 as coordinator special '
'. BHS, 1957-61, teaching education and special projects 'I I'

ABOUT OUR SMILES C9 -@;-. 9 : C9 U. principal principal 1964-70, and at Starke Hampton principal Elementary, 1962-64 BUS Starke and Phil taught Vrllenga Elementary.fourth has.been grade with at I"


FOOD 197075. the county nine years, 1968-71! I
Assistant principal at BHS as BMS assistant principal..
PICK YOUR OWN-U.S. NO. 1 SAVE 12c! since 1971 Charles Hall began }1972-74 principal at Starke.
as county art teacher 1967.68 1974-77 principal at Brooker.LECRL t

7 and art teacher at BMS 1968-


White Potatoes LOOSE FAIR 71.Richard accountability Jockel.from director January of t."

1977 to June of this year, was a NOTICE OF NAMES .
biology teacher at BHS 1959- OF PERSONS "
64, principal at Hampton 1964-
OFF p Pride+ N 1i1ik11i:1ilftJii.: ; : ? WHAT.OUT DIITAHTTHIRI SUPERMARKETS 67,principal junior high. 67-68. APPEARING OF ABANDONED BE PROPERTY OWNERS '

aU..LlIIIIIY.OODa, and opened BMS, 6972. Jockel Pursuant to Section 13 of r
A TINDINCV TO WANT HBALTN CLAIMS FOR 'FOOD PACKID FULL OFmOUl was director of curriculum in
I.L to accept Chapter: 717, Florida
an pleased Statutes
.. T.IIFMI SPIMDMta IXTRA MOSSY FOB IHTRA MUTRIINT. we ,
: ANY SIZE : NOT THAT MO tlNQLI FOOD OH PILL WILL HIPLACI BALANCED MIALS,OH FOOD entitled "Florida Disposition of
F1IIK.OH TN/TS OF TOMS E0 MUTRIINT*MI DUO 'HIOULARLV.THI FOOD STAMP Youth Unclaimed Property Act."
WOHD -DIITAHT .UFFL.MIMTON A LAIIl UU YOU THAT'A LOT'OP Hit By Car -
ONION WONNAYSS.1M _.WHAT W. CALL 'A LOT'It OFFICIALLY m notice is hereby given that the
DOZEN EGGS OIFINED A* S0%OH HORS OP THI U. ..HICOMMIHDIO DAILY ALLOW. couponsBargains persons listed below appear to
I .
ANCI ADD10 TO A, ONI IIHVINa AMOUNT.Y be the owners of unclaimed
THI MAY,FOOD HAYING NATURALLY OVIR 1/1: OP ANY MUTRICNTI U_S.a Eighteen-year-old Eddie personal

\ MtTH TMtt, COUPON" 1HUA... .... U. TMU ..... .... n. W? U11t' -t Of EACH CCMTS J O. A.FIN.AND HRVMta NO IIMOLI|LINT CARROT'NATURAL AND FOOD'VITAMIN CAN' DO A I THe ARI WNOLI NOT DIITARY NUTRITION.UFPIIMINT1. ._... JIo Bernard Brown, of Lamar or intangible property
presumed abandoned.
0" COUPON WITH 17 SO OM "NONI FOOD oftDfft TOMCCO MODUCTI IHCLUOIOi THIS
JO* ALONI 'TH"" Street in Starke, is listed in DOES
--- --- --- --------- stable condition at Shands NOT INVOLVE REAL
ESTATE.
Teaching Hospital in Gaines-
Acount Number
ville after being hit 6.0101-0001.(
by a car
ALL I TIKI."AND MICH 0000 T_'.. A'.. Jl. THOU MID.. ...... 17, 1 77. QUANTITY IIIGHT1, S5NVtO. while crossing Old Lawtey Apparent Owner Bob Love
in Meat Cemetety. Account 'j
-........ vow ISV. Road "in Starke Saturday, 0101-0003. Apparent Number G-
COMPARE
E .A .rMKttl -u*ra April.16. owner
N p head Carter Ann. Account Number
...... AAYE'T IMI r nnI usuiii Ar" Brown'suffered a 0101-0004.. Apparent ,
owNNt ra ISIS owner
COMPARE w nKt' wro Meats 39C 20' injury in the accident and was
; Chipped taken Collins. Will. Account Number
UWNIII H.l..ll|II I 'IB 1 21>u to Bradford County 0101-0002.. Apparent
owner
ltd CMAgars
559 20 $-29 30 Hospital by Rescue 60. He was
Sliced Beef Liver Ham Patties transferred to Shands Sunday. fvtetz. Carl FInformation '1,

I t en I nsnciii COM nil sa t 9UICK FROZEN GRADE MUM SIN tHMtm MAtTFresh Brown was bicycling across concerning the
i 3 1 *
Steak' to amount or description of the
Cubed ChucK ? Pork Butts ,88 21' Old Lawtey Road near its ,
Property and
the names and I
intersection with Lamar
III* 'NAN!!" >11 II Ml TURKEDRUMSTIC UCII INl' Ml address of the I
holder
Cornish Hens 4169 30 1 % Lykes Baked Picnic- S,159 Jot when Street he Saturday was hit afternoon by a car obtained by any may person be I

fMM HIUUII (Ml ThI Kl possessing an interest in the
driven by Harold Hankerson.
Sunnyland Sausages $1" 20' property by addressing an
SAYI sn ; 23, of Starke. Hankerson was
LowPrice S9 driving at about 35 hen inquiry to GERALD A. LEWIS,
mph M
Every Day |20If
.9811 State Comptroller Abandoned
Pork Ribs 2'' he saw Brown, and swerved I
2 TO Property Section. I
and braked in an to Capitol
attempt
LOTS OF 4 LB P Jrep'ork Sausage 59 t 3D' avoid Brown. Skid marks on sure Tallahassee to mention Florida 32304.account Be

PKGSCOMPARE Hum A1.Cheese wanfiouiui. '. Mtfni.IM ni 98* 21'I | skidded the road indicate 198 feet Hankerson before number name and address as \
Slices striking Brown. published in this notice. Unless

ii uw M.IT IKAIT. .MI Brown was! taken to Brad- proof of ownership is presentedto I

3 3 LEG 1REAST QUARTERS QUARTERS WITH WITH BACKS BACKS __ ........ ,_ 11II Cheddar Cheese $299 99 ford County Hospital by the the property holder will by be June delivered 24 1977 for, l
D.-IS 15 to Rescue 60 and later trans-
3 WINGS 3 NECKS 3 CIB4.ET PKGS. pMtir KM IM nt
custody to the
t Comptroller
( 10 of
ferred to Shands.
4 TO 6 LB PKGS. rrw 'lull im ntSkinless Cream Cheese 58 Florida. Thereafter, all further i
FRESH Franks 58t 21' claims must be directed to the I
FLORIDA tINU1MVIII Cottage Cheese gs'5' Comptroller of Florida.
B8t 21' 24'I GERALD
ON GEORGIA Sliced Bologna eCIP LEWIS
I Griffis Announces
Mil MS MM COMPTROLLER I
PREMIUM OF FLORIDA
i it t ii m a.a. Miami miniPork t Sour Cream 59 11;
GRADE Loin Chops 4198 211 I
J.D. Griffis, mayor of
Raiford, has announced his f
Intention to for the State
run
Legislature if the District 13 f I

BPNELESS "seat now held by Rep. George ,
; CALIFORNIA Grosse, of Jacksonville. I
,
ji tw1 STEAKS becomes vacant, as expected

U OOVT iuI at session.the close of the present

: Grosse is said to be in line
conHno for a White House appointment .
as U.S. Marshal for '

.._ North Florida,and has said he
will resign his legislative seatif q-

Bargains in Produce : appointed.A native. and lifelong

DUTCH resident of Raiford. Griffis is
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REO.
GROWN LH-IAVI 10 FRESH GAL
MOUNTAIN
member and former
D'ANJOU PEARS 29,. APPLE F r a chairman of the Union -

FLOIIIDAIILI.AQ.I..O' COCONUT General Hospital board of _

FRESH ORANGESq 79,. FLORIDA PIE BARROMiIlA trustess. He also serves on the ____ 'I
board of directors of the North

APPIIS 3 L> SAO ,... 69c ofeLAYE 79C Florida Health Planning J.D. Grim! !
CORN Council and the North Florida A special election will beheld I

Regional Planning Council.He to fill the vacancy if I
Super Discount 1 201 Il' I County is a Democratic member of Executive the Union Grosse resigns. I

9'C M Committee.

WESTERN GROWN EAR Area Student Wins Award .

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GtendfEpp won lint place In the Florida Cosmetology Ai.*' f.
HALF INCH SAVE SI OO 1 STYLES & DESIGNS EACH QUARTYOUR latlaa: student styling competition In Gainesville recently. \i\
A .L.n. .K A Glenda Is a student at Bradford Vo-Tech School of Cometology. J I

I Pictured with Glenda on floe left Is her model Eileen. V
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES LAWTEY Mosley celebrated of Gainesville.DeWayne's they birthday 20BHS Students Win Region c u __ Honors Names, Dates

Church of God: Sunday anniversary.Mr. Ten Bradford County High Kenny Rodrigue. Recalled at
Lucy Bradley'was awarded
School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser- By Elizabeth Terry Phone 782-3300 .and Mrs. Jack Harris of students will be attending the Chemistry category second first place in microbiology,
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; State Farm, Mrs. Pierce Science place winner is Dwayne ClubJohn
her sister-in-law, Mrs. C.R. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davies Crews and sister, Mrs. Onie Florida State Fair at and Carolyn Roller was Rotary
Praver Meeting Wednesday Baldwin.
Crews, on Wednesday mor and Brent of Pensacola Indian River Community awarded third place.
7:30: p.m..; YPE. Friday.. 7:30: week with their parents spenta Mr. Thornton, attended the College In Fort Pierce Michelle Gullion received a In physics Terry Carver Currie of Starke and
p.m. ning.Mrs.. Lucille T. at- dedication of Lawtey Correctional Wednesday April 27 through second place award in the expert
Ivey and Mrs. Ben McCulley and Center on Sunday af was a second place winner. Jacksonville, memory
Evergreen Baptist : tended the Senior Citizens David, and from there they April 30.Those. earth and space sciences. Robin Chism received a who taught President Jimmy
Sunday School 10 a.m.; Wor Club of ternoon. who will travel to Darla Christopher receiveda first remember the
ribbon In the
Hampton on Friday will visit their own parents, attendedthe place Carter how to
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Mrs. Bill Dobbs second in the
night. Fort Pierce are Kary Powell, place ,
Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Davies in wedding of Miss Susie zoology category Cindy birthdates of Congressmen
pm.; TU 6 p.m.; Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan Pennsylvania.Mrs. Linda Richardson Anthony mathematics and computers Griffith received a second an interesting demonstration
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. visited their son and daughter. Henry A. Carter and Powell and Donnie Falcon at Franklin, Pam Tucker, category. Third place awards place and Patty Mullins took gave of memory by
Faith Baptist: Radio in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie daughter.Shelly of Columbia First Baptist Church, Starke, Michelle Gullion, Darla were given to Chuck Registerand third place. association at the Starke
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. McClellan and weekendwith on Saturday night. Christopher Hildreth Kathy Taylor. Stephanie week.
family of S C. spent the Easter First place ribbons awardedby Rotary Club last
Paul of
Sunday; Bible Services School 10 a.m.and; Vidalia, Ga. recently. her mother, Mrs. Flossie Mr. and Park Mrs., Mr. and Moore Mrs. Lucy Griffith in Chism, Green received fourth place the Florida Foundation for Currie, who lives in Starke
Worship 11 a.m. Orange award.
Miss Elizabeth Terry and Rosier. and Cindy Future Scientists went to and conducts his memory
7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting Miss Arthurine Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Billy Melson David Moore of Jacksonville Twenty BITS students won Nancy Hildreth was a first Robin Chism. Karv Powell.. course in Jacksonville
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. visited her sister, Miss Enza and daughter Belinda, of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore and awards for their projects In place winner in the medicineand Nancy Hildreth, Darla recalled the birthdates oil
Grace United Methodist: Blanchard, and Mrs. Thelma Starke were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey the Regional science fair in health category Mike Christopher, Michelle Gullion, members of the Rotary Club
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Wilson of Baker County guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kathy, David Browning, and Lake City that ended April 1. Lawson took third place, and and Tom Williams. he had met when speaking at a
Services and Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards, all
Ham. Christie took
Worship Redding fourth.
Nursing Home, Macclenny on Charles Starling and (family weekend The project categories and ladies night event here
Choir Practice of Starke were
7pm.; p.m.; award winnersare
afternoon. respective lie also
Friday Miss Tinsler several ago.
Robyn spent years
MYF of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
7:45: p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Leonard Melton Tuesday to Saturday with her guests Moore. : behavioral and social Private Property Week Observed'Private quoted the names of their
Highland Baptist: Sunday returned home from Bradford parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert sciences, first place Kary Rotaryanns and their wedding
School 10 Ser Mrs. R.E. Lee attended
a.m. Worship
; County Hospital on Fridayand Tinsler of Homestead Seminarin Powell and Linda Property week is Estate Boards and in 1972, to anniversary dates.
11 and Postmaster Training
vices a.m. 7:30: p.m.; is doing well.J Mr. and Mrs. James Andersof Jacksonville on Thursdayand Richardson: second place being observed this week by the National Association of. The speaker was introducedby
7:30 Prayer Meeting. Wednesday at C, Prevail, Jr. of Palatka and Mr. and Mrs Friday. Betsy Yawn: third place Irene the Bradford-Clay County Realtors. John Smith, who had
: p.m.Laura Baptist Sunday Gainesville visited his Johnny Jenkins and son, Mrs. RE. Lee attended Wainwright; fourth place Board of Realtors along with charge of the program, and
:
School 10 Services parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robert, and grandson, Troy NAPUS District 4 Meeting in Beth Dyal. the national organization.In whose name Currie said, wastheeaslestoCall
a.m.; Worship Prevail, on Thursday af Green, of Jacksonville were Biochemistry category has May the national "It's this right which home to remember.
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Gainesville on Wednesday only one Bradford award owners and realtors
ternoon. Sunday dinner guests of their organization celebrated its across
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Les McClellan visited mother Mrs. O.J. Anders. afternoon. winner, second place Tom 69th anniversary which was the nation will celebrate ------

7 p.m. her mother, Mrs. R.H. Futch, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston ------ Williams. founded in 1908 in Chicago as during Private Property One editor to another "I
j Northside Baptist: Sunday and brother-in-law and sister, were Sunday dinner guests of From the Richmond News Botany first place''winnersare the National Association of Week, April 17-23," said :the
, Lisa down for
School 10 Ser invited
a.m.; Worship Mr and Mrs. Obled Leader "The Anthony Franklin and Courtney Ray, president of
Pauley, their son-in-law and daughter, : Queen was Real Estate Exchanges, the
weekend and she sent
vices 11 and me a
a.m. 7 p.m., and daughter last Sunday Mr.and Mrs.Charley Mosley piped out of the cathedral by Pam Tucker: third place Todd name later changed to the the Bradford-Clay County "
7 Prayer p.m. Meeting Wednesday at afternoon. and their son, DeWavne Scottish bad pipers." Ashline, and fourth place National Association of Real Board of Realtors. rejection slip.

St. John's Missionary
Baptist: Sunday School 10
a.m.; Worship Services 11 '
a.m. and 3 p.m. on second and r rIS
fourth Sundays. Prayer Bandon AT ECKERD'S YOU KNOW THE PRESCRIPTION
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Smyrna Mondays at Missionary noon. RIGHT AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT TOO!

Baptist: Sunday School 10 We Ml more than two million, prescriptions, each month. Our volume means lower prices and
a.m.; Worship Services II a.m prescriptions filled from the freshest possible, drugs exactly as your doctor ordered
and 7 pm.; BTS 5:43: p.m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at
7 p.m

HEALTII CLINIC % $& &

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Bradford County Health 85y '}'F !+?; ,
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soring Department a Rabies will Clinic be at spon the \ *- FROM ;, 1.5 OZ. r? rAH1A

Lawtey City Hall on Saturday, i 4 I :
April 23 from 1-3 p.m. Plan ANTACID COPPERTONE YIINIIIUIIiawY JERGENS
now to take advantage of this BAN
Clinic. TABLETS R ACt0 baa

1 2 TROPICAL
LAWTEY FIRE DEPARTMENT crERROLL ROLL-ON LOTION
SPEARMINT LIMIT '

The monthly business 3 ROLLS BLEND f ANTI-PERSPIRAHT
meeting for the men will be f .REGULAR OR FOR

Tuesday, April 26 at 7:30: p mat ROLAIDS 8 OZ. SUNTAN DEODORANT EXTRA DRY SKIN ,
the firehouse. There has
been some discussion about o OIL OR LOTION SCENTED 1BLEIID :
'ss- /
changing the meeting nights, UNSCENTED :: ::
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so attend and make your
wishes known. PAK QUICK DRY
Since Tuesday nights have TROPICAL I
come into so many conflicts 3 09 LIMIT TWO 10O2.
with school activities, the DARK TANNING PLASTIC
ladies auxiliary will meet on\ 2 LIMIT
Monday evening at 7:30: p m.
at Judy Miscally's home on anmton. TWO
Carter Road. Present and ""'. c. -erioz LIMIT ,,ot'1
prospective members are -?.. ONE
cordially invited. -,'l. <

LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS \\\lj"\\ .
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The Lawtey PTA met on P' '),....."....,.IrI... ...-.... ., 1r1 S\-
Tuesday, April 19, in the :':\.'' \ ,,'} .
school cafeteria. A Spring <.
Festival program was presented y/:. we\\a\\ +ay ar. t0! y
under the direction of i/ a'lJ\ \((1(
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Mrs. Deborah Woodfin. New ; WELLA BALSAMCONDITIONING 16 OZLIMIT 69 GALAXY
officers for the 1977.78 school H::. Two
year were nominated and the "\ sPEED FANTASTIC
election was conducted by =" SHAMPOO
President Barnes. Results 9 INCH SAVINGS EVERY ,yl
available ON
were not at press
time. FAN WATCH I

ness The team Lawtey will compete Physical with Fit JOHNSON & JOHNSON 100 CT TRIPLE { OSCILLATING !IN THE 1 I
I.ZE" STOREI
the other Bradford County COSMETIC Iy I MODEL 2154 I \ a
elementary schools on / LIMIT TWO & '
Saturday,April 23 in a meet to ; MEN'S
-'SOFF-PUFFS
be held at the BHS track, The . . . r r . LADIES rt
public is invited to watch the c19991588
top athletes in the elementary 5V t1
/wau. ,
schools compete in running ? PREPARES YOUR FACE FORA ALL
and jumping events.Participants ( WILLIAMS C
t !IdeJ CLOSER. COMFORTABLE SHAVE

be: Richard from Badillo Lawteywill .," '1; 7 OZ REG, OR MENTHOL LIMIT ONE 99 WATCHES' r

Clifford Hill Anthony LECTRIC SHAVE [
Williams, Carlton Johnson, V . . .. . PROCTOR SILEX LARGE ASSORTMENT w
Lattimore Williams Owen '...\ FROM!
Southerland Bruce Simmons, (. TO CHOOSE
William Anderson, Sam GERITOL 1 00 CT.= ELECTRIC
Norman, Libby and Allison High Potency

Davis Valerie Valerie Randolph Wilkerson Valarie, \\F'1 LIMIT, ONE 3 49 JUICER /o


Teresa Jenkins Wray, Barbie, Charlotte Newport and, 1 IRON and VITAMIN TONIC 4 REG. 13.99 20

Monica, Berry. Tlw II JUICE IN SECONDS! Off Fn'Da

SCHOOL MENU: a ; GILLETTE TRAC II LIMIT ;:

ONE i 1088 PRICE
MONDAVI fit' In a aaniol fol. 139 REGULAR
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saw ballad ..nl. banana pudding.mliN. .
BLADES-NINE CARTRIDGES -
TUSSOAVi, Mamburvar on bun. .
( nuco-tomaro-picklt.' trench frit' *. 'fruit
(1.11. mildWSDNISOAVl.

muN.d "....Stow... .r..e boot Diana w.Hivary. 2 solid state transceivers, ,crystal
rol... bun. mini.TNUKSOAYI DURACELL "AA" controlled transmitter. Morse code = SELF PROPELLED 22 .INCH 61/3 INCHGROWERS GREATFORPARTIES .

*loaf fronch tress Turkey.."clad''n...on yellow lottuc Model No. OB404 POWER MOWER PLANTERS
.. 10 OZ
c. wim aoort, milk BATTERIES
FdlOATt' Sloppy Jo. on bun. corn OBITRONWALKIE 3.5 'HP Briggs & Stntton POT
potato c"'... poach c,.... milk' 4
PERSONALS: : I&wW| DURACELL ALKALINE v cutting! height from 1V WITH SAUCER
*MNI 50064 to 3" -
Terry Futch called on his .....A..a'a.. '0... CONTAINS
aunt. Miss Elizabeth Terry, at d" .., 4 PACK 88 ASSORTED COLORS REG.49c CASHEWS.
noon on Monday /: REG 2 89 TALKIE t 119 PLANTER PEANUTS AND
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts ; I II S : SESAME STICKS

with spent their the mother day Easter, Mrs.Sunday Bessie I I.0' .: 59 99 4 00 -

Watts Home,of at St.Geriatric Augustine.Nursing I 1 9 REGULAR 1 t 1 NUT MIX 1 REG.59 1 1ITT 19

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Black Ralph Mountain Futch and children N.C and of O e..rrnd+ REG. 14.99 141.88 FOR LIMITTWO

Mrs. Martha Brantley and
children of Starke visited his
aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry, on -
Friday afternoon of last week. MAGICfLASH FITS MOST
We are happy to hear from TOYCLOSE LAWNMOWERS TETLEY100CT.
Mrs. H.B. Arwood from An- FOR POLAROID
niston, Ala. She is still able to PRONTO TEA BAGS '
be up and around with some REPLACES EXPENSIVE -
help. She is with her daughter, FLASHBAR OUT
Grace, presently. REG $24.95

Gainesville Mrs. C.E.was Strickland a Tuesday of f. COTTON DRILL 1/2 INCHxSO FT.REG.

overnight of her sister .
guest Table
Miss Elizabeth: Terry. Her 99tom CATCHER
GRASS GARDEN HOSE
niece, Miss Eve Futch of 1 9 ,
Gainesville, carried her home
Wednesday afternoon.Mr. WHY RAKE YOUR I
and Mrs. Lynn Boch y R eg. 2/$100 _LAWN WHEN YOU DURABLE VINYL 4 '
visited their mother Mrs. I MODELEF21I 99' CAN LET YOUR 788'WITH BRASS '
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Daisy Boch, and their grand. a CATCHER DO IT. FITTINGSREGULAR. ,
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mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson REGULAR t9 99 $2.99 sit
Sunday afternoon. GAMES FOR AGES 3.6'
Mrs. Alma Crews and son,
L.G. of Jacksonville, visited



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I SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY NEWS ,, Girl CAROLYN Scout EAVES News Community News f 11 11by


On Thursday, April 14, Mrs. Post Cereal Box Topi contest are: PIIONE-9645812 .r I
Barbara Reddish and Mrs. complishment.P.T.O. Elizabeth G.Walker Monday night 7:30: the Tiny'
Drive comes to successful Kindergarten-Miss Gray, Phone 964-6683 Tots met. Tuesday night ;,j
Ann Baker took their 6th conclusion Total box tops 217; Grade 1 Mrs. Johns, Parents of Junior Troops 614 Another busy evening at the meeting. Wednesday ''I''
grade classes to the green collected was 5,985. 167\ ; Grade 2-Mrs. Gay, 211; The next P.T.O. meeting Is and 605 need to be sure your First United Methodist NAACP MONTHLY Might Choir rehearsal. ''
house at the Vocational The two students who collected Grade Miss Jenkins, 372; set for Tuesday evening,April scouts bicycle is In good Church last Friday Brownie MEETINGThe Thursday night Story Hour i
School. Mrs. Diane Wescott the most were Greg Grade 4 Mrs. McClelland, 26, at 7:30: p.m. in the school working order for the bike Troops 311 and 683 spent a fun monthly meeting of the (tonight). Friday night the
gave a very interesting lecture Chambers with 34 and Melissa 373; Grade 5 Mrs. Patrick cafeteria. We will elect of- hike to Camp Neyati on May night together, as well as NAACP was held Monday Junior and Usher Board No. 2 Swill
on plants and how they Burnsed with 33. Top class- and Mrs. Adkinson 491 each, ficers for the 1977-78 school 7th. treating Senior Troop 669 to an night at Ebenezer Baptist meet. Saturday Ushers .
get their names. Each studentwas rooms for the month of March and Grade 6 Mrs. Baker, term, and students in gradesK This is an all day event, overnight at the church. Church. The banquet to be Board no. 2 will sell dinners I
given three plants and the were: Kindergarten Miss 327 ,2,4, &6 under the direction leaving Starke that morning Andrea Abrams and Judy held May 14 at the Holiday Inn from the kitchen. Sunday is i r
teachers were given a spider Gray, 27; Grade 1 Mrs. Thanks to all of the Starke of Mrs. Woodfin will present a having lunch and swimmingat Dukes were assisted by was the main topic for dis annual Youth Day with the \L'
plant for each of their Wainwright, 24; Grade 2 Elementary students, program of Spring music. Neyati and returning to Laurie Mullins and Jackie cussion.AU interested citizens Youth In charge all day. I
classrooms. Mrs. Williams, 28; Grade 3 parents, and staff for all of Starke by bike that afternoon. Morrow. The Brownies en and members are asked to Sunday School 9:30: a.m.,
Physical Education Mrs. DeSue, 47; Grade 4 your efforts in collecting the These two troops are also joyed spatter painting and cooperate with the activity, Morning worhslp 11 a.m. I
.
Students Of The Week: Mrs. Kitties, 35; Grade 5 box tops Thanks to P.E. The PT.O.: is planning a planning a camping trip to batiking. songsgames and for success. Speaker for the Dinner 1 p.m. Services will, !
Grade 3 Danny Brown; Mrs. Patrick, 100; Grade 6 teachers Roger Chilson and Family Fun Day for Saturday. Camp Chowenwaw June 8 cooking. Twenty-four banquet will be Rev. W. Don terminate with 3pm. activity. )
Grade 4 Doug Sammons Vicki May 21, from 1-4 p.m. at our Brownies attended and sleptin
; for Pelham.
Mrs. Crawford, 83. McKinney coordinating thru June 11. Please save First Born Church of the
Grade 5 Gene Barnes; The classrooms declared the project, and a school playground. The those days and we will Rive sleeping bags on the floor. CHURCH NEWS Living God Elder S.V. '
Grade 6 -Mary Watterson. grand winners for the 6 month special thanks to Plggly function tional will consist of activities of recrea-for you more details later in May. Ml Plsgah A.M.E. Church, Cohens, pastor. Second and' .i.
Wiggly for donating prizes to types The 1977 Gateway Girl Scout 1l, Rev. Leroy Young, pastor. fourth Sundays regular >
students and staff.
,
outstanding box top col parents Council Sixth Grade Roundupwas There will be a Green Leaf pastoral service. Tuesday I .
375-1297 SjV: *" 964-6061 lectors. The 5.985 box tops will this past weekend at ovAQI Musical Tea held Sunday, night 7:45: Prayer service. J
GAINESVILLE W& 4 STARKE be redeemed by the Post Camp Katerl at Seminole May 1, at 3 p.m. All church Friday night Tarrying Ser.I ". ';
Activities will include such
Cereal Company for physical Springs. Carmen Eaves attended Choirs of the city are asked to vice. Sunday School 10:30: < .
things relay races,
education equipment. as egg from Starke and participate. t
a.m., Morning Service 11:30: I
throw, sack races, jump
rope reported she liked the Special guest will be 'fA'fAa.m.
7:45: Evening Worship,6: r
WAYNE COUNTY SPELLING BEE competition, and, small others.group canoeing and sailing best of Modern smallpox vaccine does Professor Lary Jlooy of) Fort p.m. YPCW. Visitors are
KINNEYSINCE Starke Elementary's games many all the activities. The Scouts Lauderdale, Fla. and Brother
Awards will be and not come from human being, always welcome. "*
given
spelling champion Susan refreshments will be served.Children's were divided into troops and but is cultivated in calves. Mike Stephens of Brooklin Free Canaan True Church i )
1969 Alvarez and runner-up Dale and patrols for the "Shipwreckedon New York. Chairman Is Mrs. of God In Unity, Elder SampI
ELECTRICAL Buchanan represented our competition an Island" Weekend and r Mary Helen Coleman. Co- son White, pastor. Tuesday ;
CONTRACTOR school at the Bradford County games will be grouped according they were fudged on how well chairmans are Mrs. Ida B. night Prayer meeting.
Call Is hr Oil VIM fl.irf I..I Nab Bee on March 31. Susan to school grade and they would survive. Cadettes Griffin, and Miss Sharon) Hill. Wednesday night Tarrying 2
activities planned for all K-6.
finished third and Dale assisted with event. Greater Bethlehem
Sorry
Quality Service Stale' Licensed finished fourth in a field of 12 We hope that all of our parents more sixth graders from this Freewill Baptist Church,Rev. Service.meeting.Friday Sunday night school Prayer 10 \;
Reasonable Prices Insured Bonded Tf contestants. We are very and students will participatein area did not take advantage of The oldest state Constitution Jasper Williams, pastor. a.m., morning Worship 11
proud of their ac these activities. the event. I It that of Massachusetts, Service activities as follows\ : a.m. Evening Worship 7:30:
which was adopted In 1780.
p.m. 1 i
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TWICE: Film Prints Kodak Film Macedonia Freewill Baptist 6 r.
Church, Rev. J.N. Butler, 1\ y
Get an extra set of prints When you pick up your pastor. Tuesday night Choir >1 I
THE PRINTS with every roll of developed Mm and .f;)r. n rehearsal, Wednesday night a

TWICE I tv I while color, or film. block,developed and Prents Kodacoloror. buy two black rolls f.J: W W OYiiQ: : f 0liJ 1J! 'J ru L! Study.prayer meeting Thursday and night Bible Ii "I(

and white| film,| for the
Community Meeting. B '1,
and printed regular price of one 831S. Walnut I t Starke Fla. Sunday; school Prayer 11 a.m. d I
THE FILM
TODAY AND EVERYDAY TODAY EVERYDAY Evening Worship 6 p.m. rl 1 :

New Bethel Missionary" r
1 Baptist Church Rev. L.R. .
l' f fc.+jSV1fTr Davis, pastor Wednesday II I.
night 7:30.: Prayer Meetingand
r s35358I,1 Bible Study. The choir of
2in1COLIRR the church will worship with ''I 1
i Ebenezer Baptist Friday t
pS ;r FOR DOCS < vMEN'S night. J
KILLS"' The Community is invited to A '
HARTZ AND LADIES attend a six week Bible course "I
r for credits in Gainesville J
sponsored by the National 'i

6.5 OZ. TUBE 2 INI Baptist Sunday School..1 I ,
TATAMIPEPSICOLA Publisher. Instructors are X
Rev. L.R. Davis, Mrs. Susie f
B r= **=- *- **z-sr Ji
PEPSODENTTOOTHPASTE COLLAR White, and T.A. Wright.
Classes began April 18 and run m .
through May 16. Sunday <(T
FOR :DOGS SANDALS School 9:30: am. Morning I J" 'f
Worship 11 a.m., Fellowshlp..1

ii 8 PAK AND CATS 99 Hour Baptist Ebenezer 3 p.m.Church Missionary: Tuesday IJ*'<'> '

night 7:30 8:30: Bible Class. I J'
33 PUPPY ANP| REG. 29 Thursday Prayer Meeting. ro:
LIMIT 120Z. CANS SIZE DOGS & CATS REG. Friday night at 8 p.m. Choirs 'W
TWO no. 1 and 2 and Ushers Board sl
LIMIT TWO REG $2.98 $1.99SEVERAL one and two are having their M l I
anniversary. Everyone Is Is

feu r ;4. FIGHT PAKS,, '4 Invited. *)
I:
..Greater Allen Chapel '+! URGE DOC COLLAR y. A.M.E. Church Rev. R.G.'*>10JHeastie.

ism. ? $ ; + : ;''1.r: RE6.3.as 2.33 Women's, pastor.Day program The annual will I

,+ ,y'vs terminate Sunday April 24.
w I J The 11 a.m. speaker will be
Mrs. Annett Houghes, former n
CUBB director, now personnel .111
director of G.J.E.O. (of
+ r ? 4 'rtYw The 6 p.m. speaker will be *r
VISUAL SCENE MIRROR
8 HOOVER LADIES-INDIAN STITCH MEN'S Mrs Laura Z. Rose, teacher Min
the School of Duval lo I'
public
"I; VACUUM SUNGLASSES; POPSICLE SANDALSyy County. The Theme: for the )'>{
program is "Black Women In I Is
,<
Reflecting lenses and the Christian Church. I
CLEANER nmlpss: tinted :lensei rt SANDALS 2 STYLES St. John Missionary Baptist w '!
the latest fashion styles Church Lawley. Rev. Wilie n)
and colors to choose Huffman, pastor. Monday'snoon I
UPRIGHT MODEL 1348 WITH TRIPLE -7 -- 'f0m' REG 4.99MEN'S Prayer Band. Wednesday m
ACTION CLEANING POWER : REG. S6 47 REG. $4.99 Bible Class and fil i
Prayer Meeting combined at 6 I w
p.m. Thursday Choir f1 V I
88 r w 88 rehearsal 7 p.m., Sunday to I
MODELS TO + 299 388 schooll0a.m.with Sup! Chris.Jq ,
CHOOSE FROM / Hamilton in charge. Morning |"1 I
REG worship 11 a.m., Afternoon tM
-
49 95 service at 3 p.m. "B
CAMERACASES Choir AnniversaryThechoir
will have its anniversary '* I
ASSORTED COLORS beginning Thursday May at P::
ONE GALLON 18"
BAR-B-QUE ( MEN AND PATTERNS 7:30: p.m. The speaker will be "
SAND Mr. Herman Johnson. Friday w 1
DACRON night. May 6, at 7.30: Princess oG I
PICNIC GRILLWD40 e Naomi of Jacksonville will W I
RAINCOATS speak on Mother's Day, M!
O/Q BAKED ENAMEL WALK.f Sunday, May 8. Choir on'j
2 o JUG FIRE BOWL-3 Parade. There will be a Baby
POSITION GRID. 4 contest sponsored by the 'i
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Letters to the Editor. county agents :

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,". >J. H' 0 f., Defense of The School Board Taking The Case to The People'8.*:,:::,w::.,,:,:.:,:.K.X.:::,:,:,:::,:,:,:::-W'j::: : :
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,."\ '\ 0.T .." some of' these will be alle- Editor Telegraph: salaries. We do not feel that a Phone 4-62RO

"". of, '" Dear Sir: viated because we have "take It or leave it" salary
Last week's edition of The constitutes bargaining, The Dry weather is continuing to I
I 'I :t. School Board members who
0 ,,,.r.o ,, ,. I am compelled to take Issue refuse to take the easy way Telegraph carried a story of B.E.A. showed its willingnessto affect the growth of pastures,
recent letters of
with the Mrs.
dismissal of the ULP its vegetables and field crops.
out who have turned their filed by compromise by cutting
\ Louise Broxton, in her unwarranted ; .E.A. 50 Strawberry harvest has been
backs on political patronageand the B against the School salary requests by percent.
scathing attack what is personally ex- Board of Bradford County. Also, a mediator was brought seriously slowed during the
d _, t upon the Bradford County pedient; and who are The B.E,A. Executive Councilhas in and after talking with the last two weeks. Looks like our I
4 School Board. While Mrs.Broxlon's dedicated to a firm commit- decided not to appeal the Board's team, he said that the goal of increased productionof
right to do so, is ment of sound decision decision because the case Board was not willing to move strawberries will not be
protected under the First making for the benefit of our would be reviewed by the from their original position. reached on any field this year.I .
Amendment I feel her children-the future of Brad- same people and a different must repeat that our early
comments are not only unfair decision would be unlikely. We PERC failed to see that strawberries were excellent.
ford
but are also misleading to the County. have decided to state our case Eddie Douglas did not have Prices have been good and it
point of being irresponsible.There I wish to extend my directly to the people of Brad- the authority despite the would have been a good year if
apologies for waiting this longto ford County We feel that the many instances cited In which production had been at least
are many citizens in commend them people will be a better judge Douglas said he could not average. I'm sure a few of our

our county who are concernedover Len Register, III than PERC. The facts of the negotiate before talking with growers will lose money on
the needs of our class- College of Law case are as follows: the Board. their crop this year, especially
room teachers; including the those who set their berries
I School Board. I am especially University of Florida PERC failed to see that the PERC failed to admonishthe late last fall.
II sensitive to their pecuniary Gainesville, Fla.PUBLIC, Board refused to negotiate Board for not following the
I Interests' and am anxious to part of the law which says that Some of our strawberry
I see an adequate salary items for negotiation will be growers have irrigated fields
schedule agreed upon since presented only to the bar- trying to get another crop of

Hack to The Windmill my parents have taught gaining agent. The Board berries. There is some possibility -
school for a combined total of showed its salary proposal to that a few fields might
46 years, 32 of which were in HEARINGCOMPREHENSIVE teachers before they showed it have some good berries about
,, Bradford County to B.E,A.'s bargaining team. the first of
I PERC said that it was im-
School Board salaries are LAND proper but not a violation of
based on the population of the the law because it was an M.Y"
etrixcmlALsrflnfliVBHBBBiiBBaia school district and are set by USE PLAN7OOP.AA.THURS..MAY5 isolated incident We feel that
law (Section 143041(1)( ) doing something that violatesthe a
Florida Statutes); therefore law once is enough to con I'llj
:
any allegation that our Boardmembers : stitute violating the law \,

-Si BHQoinBHHHnnnBnBHaH >aBBM HB>IM receive $29.68 per r: l'ifr
I II hour is spurious and has no PERC dismissed the chargeof
I basis of truth If Mrs. Broxton denying dues deductions by
II will check a little closer, she -0. inferring that B.E.A. should )

I will find that a majority of our have negotiated the cost ,of
School Board members have such deductions. The fact is Dry weather and irregular
This Time The Wolf made a personal sacrifice and we were denied dues deduc production have delayed
have actually suffered tions. Also, there is no opening fields to U-pick customers -
financially because of long provision instructing anyoneto I have had numerous
hours spent away from their negotiate costs of deductions calls from out-of-town folks
May Really Be HereThe livelihoods while attending ? a school board duties above and < We are at a loss as to where and I have had to tell them to

beyond those required. I j G'fl4L ILENlS PERC got this notion wait a little longer. I hope we
challenge her to find a School + WHE g1 will have some fruit for them
American people have been innovative, inexpensive methods of Board anywhere in the state / 6VERYCODY ? pOPtEG TD PERC failed to see that the before our season is over

fooled and misled so many times in the generating energy and power for use by where the members are more ( EIR PlfaI'p Board engaged in dilatory
committed to first rate ? T tactics PERC erroneouslystates Speaking of dry weather
past that it is easy to understand why low-income families. They may be the a
that B.EA.'s team was and vegetables, most of
school and I, for our
one,
many are somewhat cool to the call for answer to the rising costs of fuel and am appreciative system of the count unavailable to negotiate gardens need water also.

public sacrifices to make PresidentCarter's electricity which have made these less hours they've spent in during the month of July. A short
period of
energy program work. sources of energy unavailable to many pursuit of this goal. I en- ?tll a Management's team was notified weather may reduce the yield dry

low income families or individuals.At courage Mrs. Broxton to make HpXlt that a team, was availableto and lower the quality of the
But just because the cry of "wolf may her feeling known to our legis- negotiate John Hotalmg. vegetables and a long

I have been exaggerated/ in the past, does present the solar collectors, lative delegation if she is still F.E.A field spokesperson rep., was during designated drought may result in a total
flustered by the salary of our
not mean that the present alarm is false. generating power from the sun's rays board members.I George Loper's absence, failure of many gardens.
heat eighty per cent of the hot water Vegetable crops grow best
PERC failed to see that the when they receive about "j,
used by the building's tenants and the also take with
President Carter who has given us no exception Board engaged in surface bar inch to 1 inch of water each
reason so far to doubt his truthfulnessand windmill is expected to generate ample the contention that the boardis gaining. Statements by week as rain or irrigation.

integrity, evidently believes the electricity for most of the building's out collective to destroy bargaining or circumventthe p ca M I Management's team such as Whether it will be profitableto

country faces a crisis of devastating proportions needs. cess. It is indeed unfortunatethat pro- N M "Here is the package Take it irrigate depends on how
I or leave it. There will be no easy it is to get water to the
I and is willing to put his pop- the Board could not reachan garden
Based
the
on rate of electrical outputto cherry picking" led the
with the B.E.A.on .
ularity and the trust that the people agreement B.E,A. to believe
windmill's cost it is projected that a contract this year; however AN OPEN LETTERTO differently. If water is available from a
have in him the line to enlist their
on the system should provide lifetime this does not alter their TilE PUBLIC PERC failed to recognize hose you may water the entire
Kicking to make his program work. savings of ten times the initial invest obligation as elected officialsto the withholding of Lucille ga rden once every 7 to 10 days
get the most efficient, effective John's retirement settlementas when less than one inch of rain
ment. newsletters church bulletins
To do this the President has undertaken and economical use Operation Threshold a Jaycee and an attempt to pressure the falls during that period
.* out of every tax dollar. I am National program, is nowa papers newspapers B.E.A, to accept the Board's Except for seeds that are
: a sales anfc! "ofle" that will apply'the4 add'test accomplished with a little American nothing less. (MAIN UNIT). 'On Friday, media available to us, statement to Lucille weather,.such as carrots and ..

to his leadership abilities.As ingenuity and the old-fashioned wind- .. March 18, we were privilegedto Most young people learn to Johns that she would get her lettuce, water only once,every
While I don't always agree have as our guest CaptainBob drink from adults, parents, money if the teachers ratifiedthe 7 to 10 days and then heavy
I of his ammunition in this mill may yet become a commonplacesight with everything the board Anderson Florida State and older peers through contract is an obvious attempt enough to wet the soil to a
part
both in the city and in the does, it is certainly en- Jaycee Manager of Operation imitation, identification, andor at pressuring teachers. depth of 6 to 8 inches. This
battle Mr. Carter is citing a new-and countryside.It couraging to me, as a young Threshold. Bob appeared at dares. Responsibility in takes approximately 5-6

in his opinion "quite disturbing" CIA man from Bradford County, to our Board of Directors most cases in this learning is However, this was last year gallons of water on each
report that global oil and natural gas find a group of elected of- meeting at 1:30: p.m. and at left out. This is where and we sincerely hope that square foot of garden or from
supplies "are not as great as we thought will take such ingenuity, as well as ficials who have the guts to our regular Jaycee meeting at Jayceeism and Operation this year will be different. We 90 to 120 gallons for a gardenno
some sacrifice to solve the speak their convictions and 6pm. He was our guest Threshold come in. will soon be starting negotiations larger than the average
they were. energy stand them at that for the
by regardless of speaker meeting.The coming year. We size room.
crisis but it can be done. And once the the potential for adverse More young people die from sincerely hope both parties

By 1985, according to the CIA study, American people are convinced it must political ramifications.When purpose of Operation alcohol-related fatalities than will enter into negotiationswith One shauld know how much

the world demand for oil will outstrip be done, it WILL be done. Threshold is to prevent, all illnesses and diseases com- a willingness to compromise water is being applied. This .
compared to other rather than cure alcoholism! bined Think about that! All and a desire to reach a can be done by placing two or
supply, unless major industrial school systems, it is readily We desire to educate our 'right, now add approximatelynine fair agreement for all. three straight-sided cans in
nations-starting with the U.S.-cut apparent that we do have a young people in that if they million alcoholic the area being watered. After

hick sharply on consumption.. few serious problems. I am choose to drink and the deci- Americans who affect their Bradford Education checking to see how long the
convinced and reassured that sion !is theirs, to do so children as well as them Association must to
sprinkler run applyone
Time responsibly and with full selves. What is your con
for Input inch of
water you may
Recently the Saudi Arabia oil INJUSTICE CHARGED knowledge of the effects of clusion? Executive Council estimate the sprinkler run-
minister said much the
same thing- IN COUNTY alcohol. time when the
HIRING ning
irrigating
that unless the U.S. reduces its THRESHOLD is your opportunity Car Wash AndRummage
energyuse garden
Captain Anderson left us to DO something
drastically the Saudis (the only In the next two weeks the citizens of Dear Sir: four kits for this project: about our young people, to Sale A porous hose through

nation capable of greatly expanded oil Bradford County will have the By this letter we want to Jaycees, Alcohol; and the make them to become good or which the water soaks is

production) will be unable to meet the to let their voices be heard opportunity in- criticize the employment poli- Church, Print Media Kit, better citizens by learningresponsibility..even The Domino's Softball team perhaps the best device for
of the Bradford Responsible Drinking Public in
demand.To cies County small
have irrigating gardens. Withit
will wash and
a car
regard to comprehensive land use plansfor Commission and call upon the Awareness Campaign and drinking. Will YOU be a partof sale the water may be applied

avoid economic depression widespread the county, as well as all incorporated people of our county to bring Know Your Limits Each kit istODe that responsibility? Contactthe April rummage 23, from 9 a.m.Saturday to 5 p.m., where needed and little is
used by an instructor in a FSP Jaycees. Get involved
this to
job loss and soaring towns: Starke Lawtey, unhealthy practice an The car wash will be at theM wasted If land slopes gently
energy class which lasts for four Do something for
and the soil
prices, most experts agree, the U.S. Hampton and Brooker. This opportunity end.It weeks Upon completion of a yourself and your community and G Texaco station on is not too sandy
you apply water to
Temple Avenue and the may one
should that the Bradford
in the not be overlooked or ig- appears class, the participant is
must next ten years, cut its County Commission has and Take pride in a worthy rummage sale will be on the end of the rows and allow it to
nored. awarded a certificate a
energy! consumption growth rate aboutin neither a policy to employ patch to wear on his Jaycee cause.Put yourself into it. Try corner of Walnut and Madison flow down the middles of the
half. Street next to Badcocks rows to the far end
people on a qualificationbasis Jayceeism..you'll love it!
vest.
The first citizen input session will be Furniture Store,
or on a first come-first
To do this will require adjustments of held following the regular County served basis but, rather, a Bill Dorman, Chairman

staggering{ proportions, as those who Zoning Board meeting Tuesday night, policy which suits the Our educational program is Operation Threshold

heard President Carter on television April 26 in the County Commissionroom pleasure or interests of the not limited. We have to F.SP.an outreach; No indeed in- Box V-l-S-2 747-V S. F. Co-op Education and Job

Monday and Wednesday must realize by of the new county courthouse.At say individual that something commissioners should I which articles are written for Starke Fla, I
Placement
now be done to correct this Program ExplainedLocal
now.But this time, planning maps for injustice.Our .

even in this challenge, the old Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker will be Rehab Training Open To Vets employers were possible and

adage "Where there's a will there's away shown as well as the county map; and a county has grown muchin urged to take advantage of the many qualified attractive to
young people
few and with
," will still hold true. Mr. Carter staff member from North Central that the growth past has years come the Veterans with service- new law provides seriously Cooperative Education and who would not otherwise

knows this, and that is why he is trying Florida Regional Planning Council will responsibility to govern connected disabilities of 10 disabled veterans training be- Job Placement Program offered attend college" the speaker

to lay the facts on the line to enlist the be present to show how the various equally fairly, and im percent of more may be entitled yond these termination dates College by at Santa the Fe Starke Community said. "The experience gained
i to training under the when this is found to be Rotary by the student should
of the relate to another. All citizensof partially. Our county com-
support people.As plans one missioners should set good Veterans Administration'svocational necessary it was noted. Club meeting recently.The command a higher salary
the county and-or the municipalitiesare rehabilitation
program upon graduation and
an example of what be done- examples by conducting the states. Rehabilitation training may speaker was Angelo develop
may invited to attend this meeting and agency the potential to advance
themselves in the performance be taken at colleges universities Abbott of the Santa Fe Staff more
and HAVE to be done before "
may this voices be heard rapidly.
let their
concerning of their county Nearly 28,000 disabled vocational, technical who explained that cooperative 0
crisis is licked who would expect to proposed uses for the land areas in duties in such a way as to veterans received training under schools or by means of job or educatioti is a program of )It, is also beneficial to the t

see a windmill perched atop an apart- volved. This is a preliminary "rap remove any doubt of their the program in fiscal year farm training. interrelated work and study employer who agrees to i

ment building in New York with the session" and precedes the formal good faith. 1976 and 800,000 veterans have If combining specified periods of provide the student.employee .a
training
World War necessary may work with related with coordinated
since
Empire Building and other Gotham sky hearing to be held later. the people of our county participated II. be taken in special facilities or classroom experience instruction. and an increasing opportunity supervision

scrapers in the background should demand that our in the veteran's own home. for personal, vocational and

The second input opportunity, con county commissioners Veterans with disabilityrated "The plan Is dependent upon social growth, Abbott said
Proof that such a thing does exist is establish and make public the 10 percent or more who Eligible disabled veterans the educators, employers and "Experience: has
cerning only citizens of Starke;will come for training will proved that
rehabilitation applying
shown the employment practices of the are found to require students working together to there
is a
by accompanying photographof high retention
on Thursday, May 5, when the first commission, and that recordsbe can receive up to four receive VA counseling to develop a superior total of rate
cooperative
a windmill and solar heating units public hearing on the city's plan will be kept for examination by years of training Eligibilityfor determine need for such educational program," Abbott the employer's students investment; thus
renovated tenement New Is nine training, and covering theveterans' in
I atop a on citizen. Tax monies training usually said
held in the County Commission room at any the student Is often
investment
abilitiesand an
York's lower East Side. What's the belong to the people, and the years after discharge and desires in the 1
7 The date for this hearing was In identifying the future of the
p.m. conditions goals "Cooperative
under certain this Education
windmill doing there? It is the people have a right to know to
using organization, he
originally set for April 28, but was postponed whom and how they are spent may be extended four years. A most advantageous action. makes higher education pointed out.
wind-a free of 0"
source energy-to due to a conflict in dates. A and why. Employers desiring more
generate electricity for tenants of the second hearing on the City of Starke information on the cooperative -
building below.It Lee Roy Burton program are invited
plan will be held May 19. Eugene L. Snipes FORD c"-U to contact the Office of Cooperative

was erected with funds provided by Starke Fla. sID Education: and

the Community Services Administration These meetings and hearings are most Placement. Santa Fe Com-

the central agency within the important as they concern long-range munity College, Gainesville

federal government, charged with planning for the best use of land in the Fla. 32602.Sideburns.

developing, testing, and operating county and will serve as guidelines for I trjrap

various programs to reduce poverty. It orderly growth in the future. Every

is the first windmill to be installed in any citizen, whether a property owner or

major American city for the generationof not, should be vitally concerned with Former President Harry
this planning effort and should take Truman to loved to read that
power. by the age of 14 he had finished tl8tb Year STARKE FLORIDA Cents
advantage of these opportunities for a'I! the books in the Independence 50th Issue Thursday April 14, 177 Copy get theirI name
Both the windmill and the from civil
solar individual input. Missouri library war General
collectors are experimental projects oft Burnalde,


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Hemme Hurls Perfect Game I BHS Golfers Go Over ; I




Baker,. Tie Record } t

To Clinch by Steven Crawford ..1
Suwannee TitleBill Bradford golfers finished :
BITS 1S3-BAKER 157 second 10 strokes behind the '
"We had a rip-snorter," winning 161 posted by East- 'J ,

Hemme hurled says Coach Warney Adkinsonas side High, in a three-way .'
fect game, allowed a per ball to Hemme, a ground ball straight Bear batters to end the Bradford High School match played Monday, April I

runners, and fanned 16 no Cross base to Bob Hemme at first, and the game. He faced just "and it wa\pretty effective," inning gave UIIS a 3-0 advantage golf team went four strokes by 18, in Gainesville. 4
City batters as Union line drive to Bob Hemme, anda minimum 21 batters in the said Coach t>troemer. The Tigers loaded Macclenny for the seventh win The 171 posted by BITS beat
shut out the Bears 8-0 High pop fly ball to David Powell seven innings. The Tigers ran their con- the bases on walks to Billy of the season at the Starke Lake Weir's 174 and earned
in Cross City to clinch Tuesday the in the fourth after the long fly Hemme used a fast ball 'a ference read to an unbeaten Woodington and Robert r 'f Golf and Country Club. the Tornado golfers a second
Suwannee Conference base 1977 ball which Dillow caught. curve ball, and threw ills 11-0 and now'stand' 22-3 on the Osborne and a Dillow single. "It was close all the way. place. I

ball championship. season. If the; Tiger nine gets Woodington scored on a Frank Had Wade Winkler made two "We Just didn't play a good

"He's so cool you really by conference foe Hawthornethis Clemons single and Osbornewas ::... foot putt on the 9th hole, we game of golf" said Tornado

can't tell what's on his mind,r' Friday night it will be- thrown out at the plate on :!rte'\;. 1 would have broken our school Coach Warney Adkinson after i iBradford's
said Coach Terry Stroemer of come the first undefeated con- the play. Dillow later scoredon r record that our team made

the Union High ace pitcher rI ference champion in at .least a Bear error. earlier this season," com- four top scores

who ran his record to 110. 4s"a 10 iyears says Stroemer. Two more runs made it 5-0 I.,'i. mented Adkinson on the 45 ballooned into the 40's over the !
Hemme pitched a no-hitter 'We're having a real goodyear In the fourth. Hemme who ,, -a' stroke win over St. Augustine nine holes.

last season and had three ," says the coach which had singled, scored on a sacri- 153-198 this season for the Wade Winkler was low for
one- last season piloted the Tiger fice ,_ < _. .r school record.
hitters this season. fly by Glen Kemp. ". '. BUS with a 4-over-par 40.
\ nine into the state play-offs although demons who had also I" "If we continue to playas Winkler birdied the 8th hole

Cross City got wood on the losing the conferencetitle singled, scored on a double by well as today in the following but three-putted three greens
ball just five times. Closestthe to P.K. Yonge. UHS beat David Powell.Woodington. matches of the season, we will for his 40. {
PKY 8-7 last week to the be contending in the district I
put
Bears came getting a hit walked, ad- Richard Gaines must have Scott Roberts was second was a long fourth inning fly Blue Wave out of the running vanced on a Dillow single, and he misseda matches," said Adkinson of man for BUS with a 6-over-par
gone ca mera shy as
ball which UHS center fielder for the 1977 conference crown. scored on two successive Bear the District match to be held f
2-footer
Toby Dillow chased down on a bill Hemme pitched a perfect no-hitter for the Union County "It was a good team effort" errors to make it 6-0 in the by two inches. next Friday.April 29, against Lake Weir went home with a f
great catch, Stroemer said. Tigers Tuesday, April 19, and retired 16 on strike-outs. Coach Stroemer says of the fifth. West Nassau in Callahan. double loss, losing to both
The other four plays perfect game Tuesday, Scott Roberts led the Tor- Bradford High and Eastside. (,
routine, including a were After the short fly to Powell, slider Tuesday night for the pointing out that Hemme's In the sixth John Pritchett, nado golf team in their victoryof AI Fronz and Bill Louron both >
ground the t
Tiger ace struck out 10 first time in quite a while, teammates backed the ace hitting for Powell, singled, BUS NettersDropped Baker High, parting every shot 43 and Jim Priest and t :

hurler well making the big went to second on a wild hole for an even 36. Wade Larry Shotwell shot 44's for '6

play when it had to, although to third on a passed ball r.itChl Winkler, Richard Gaines. and Lake Weir's 174 score. \ (i
there weren't many plays to scored an for Lee Casey all brought in 39's
on error 7-0
BHS a
Girl Softballers Win More make. Union lead. for the day for a BHS 153-157 42, followed by Lee Casey and i I

; UHS used nine base hits and In the seventh Mitch Redd, win over Macclenny John Valinski both 8 over par <
I the sloppiness of the Bear defense batting for Bill Hemme, was From District The BHS golf team went 2 at 44. Valinski three putted I'I

Remain to get its eight runs. hit by a pitch went to secondon and 2 this week to put the three greens. | j,
Undefeated
110The Toby Dillow walked and a wild pitch moved to thirdon season record at 8-9 with a 4 Ed Deen's 3-over-par led i, ,
scored on a Glen Kemp singlein a pick-off attempt, and TourneyThe stroke win over Macclenny a Eastside as the Ram team to \ f
the first to make it 1-0. stole home for the 8-0 UHS three stroke-win over Lake the win. Deen was followed 'C

Bradford High S hoolgirl's The next game slated for the RBI Cassandra Two runs in the second shutout Weir, and a 10 stroke loss to closely by Timm Schellenga's i ''
; Johnson 0-
Softball team Bradford High School the last matchof 40 and David Medcalf and I II
put two lady Tornado Softball team for-4, 1 RBI and Eastside, with (
more games onto their un- will be against Bucholtz Hudson, 0-for-4, 1 RBI. Betty tennis team was put out of the the week going to Oak Hall Dale Geiger, both at 41. { !

defeated record, edging P.K. today, Thursday, April 21, at 3 Distict 3 tournament held in with a 7 stroke defeat for BHSat Oak hall 161 '\ (
Yonge 10-7 Thursday, April 14, p.m. P.K. Gainesville, April 14. 15 and 16 the Starke Golf and Country BUS l 168
Yonge Roster seven Take 2nd In Meet :
and bombed Hawthorne 18-6 hits Were as follows: Turner Trackmen in the first round of elimina- Club Tuesday, April 19. i II.

for the 11th straight victory c.' Emma Murphy led a 10-hit 2-for-4 with 2 RBI, Bowels. 0- tion, going for 4 game pionts in The BHS golf team will see "Not too good" commented '

the season at Westside Park Tornado attack against PKY, for-4, 2 RBI Jordan l-for-4, 1 District AAA Meet 27 the tourney. action again on Friday, April Warney Adkinson after the I
here Monday, April 18. going 2.forat the bat with 3 RBI; O'Neal O-for-4, 1 RBI. April The BHS netters went 8-8 for 22, when they will meet Oak Hall defeat. "If you can'tputt .
The BIIS girl softballerssaw runs-batted-in, followed by the season with their lastcame Buchholz of Gainesville in a you can't play" said t

their 9th victory Monday, Dora Triest going 2-for-3 with BUS Hawthorne being played against home match, followed by Adkinson of Lee Casey and .
April 11, at the K11I1S ball 21 RBI, Sylvia Jenkins, 2-for-4, 6 Tornado trackmen ran a "We did not do very well in Columbia High In Lake City, another home match Monday Richard Gaines. Gaines three
field. 2 RBI: Dana Dval. l-for-4. 1 strong second to Gainesville the meet because we haven'tfor for a 2-5 Tornado loss. April 25, against the Columbia putted the 3rd, 5th, and 8th : t
,.., .,_,, .... Lady Tornado Betty Hudson
-I t+ .fl.W.w.- "We played good holes
------ batted in 4 runs to lead the High 91'/i to 71'/i, in a 3-way three weeks, getting ready: pretty County Tigers. in the match with Casey .
BHS girls contest on the Bradford High for the regional and district tennis says Coach Mike Coming from behind Scott three putting two holes. I 9 ,
over Hawthorne oval last commented BHS track Sexton. "Just got a bad draw, Richard Gaines and
ill followed by Fayonne Hawkins Wednesday, April 13. Coach Roberts for the Macclenny 4 Scott I'
Union Howard we drew against some tough Roberts were the '
with High ran a distant Grover after the stroke defeat was Robert high scorers
2-for-4 at the plate with 3 '
third with competition in the tourney, in the match 'i '
RBI's Dora Tries 2-for-4 16 points. meet. Johnson going one over for a against Oak Hall "
; 2
,
RBI; Susan Blalock 2-for-4 2 The BHS track team will see commented Sexton of the 37, Dennis Finley followed with both shooting 40's. Lee ;
RBI Dana action again in a home meet STATISTICS district tournament.John with a 3 over 39. Roberto Casey and John Valinski both
; Dyal l-for-4 2 against Palatka Samons lost out to O. shot 44's for the
Clay High, Cossio took 40 strokes followedby day.
2 RBI RBI: Emma Cassandra Murphy, O-for-4, South and St. Augustine in the Lens Jump I) Colll.r, OHS. Dea from Santa Fe High in the Chris Staggers with a 41. Kevin Maris shot the high I r
; Johnson 1-
District 5 AAA meet to be heldat JO-I'Vi 21 Jp.ngl.i-' out. iri'V; 11 first singles of the BHS season averages to score for Oak Hall with a 3-
for-4 for-4,1, 1 RBI RBI; Terri and Parrish Francis 1- the Bradford High School C.rt.r.'. BMJ 1I7%"|.) Sttpti.ni. GHS.I. preliminaries, going 6-2, 3-6, 3- date are Scott Roberts 40.5. over-39. Mark Albertson went "

Coltrane, 1 RBL track Friday, April 22. HIGH JUMP- II) Cotton OHI 5'S"> 6. Kenny Rodrlque beat out Richard Gaines 40.7, Lee 4 over for a 40, followed by Ed f
Bradford's strongest pointwas i) Spangiar. OHS S"/", I) In.II BHS. Kilgo of Macclenny 6-1. 6-1, Casey 41.2, Wade Winkler 41.9. Colgate and Bill Walker both
in the shot put and discus S'2" 4)) O.vlt OHS. S'l". but lost out to Rhoten of Oak John Valinski 43.8, Joe shooting 5 over 41's for the f
weren't headsup Pot VAULT-II) '.II, OHI 11.."; in the .
"We playing Hall 1-6, 2-6 first round.
where BHS took seven of the 1) Crown, UHS. 11.."' It Coop.r, BHS, Valinski 4".1.BHS. Oak Hall win.
ball against P.K. Yonge. eight places. BHS was 1,2, 3 in .'.", 41 Con, OHS "''". Steve Griffis went over Butlerof
We just weren't thinking" the shot. Big Jimmy Clark 110-YARD HH- )) CollK, OHS. H.t Santa Fe7-5, 6-2. Griffis lost 1
commented BUS Coach Greg won the event at 44'9". J) Strickland' OHS II.O1> Rog.r>, out to Bryan of Bucholtz in the
Alvarez. "Buchholz is going to Kenneth Cruger was second at BHS. 1l.ll 4> Tatum BHS. If..0.IOCYARD first round 1-6. 26. BUS'S '
DASH1)
cumniliiet.OHS Runners
# be the team we'll have to beat 41714"and Steve Earnest was la.., 1) Shill BHS. la." I) Chub Johnson received a by in Battle /i j
Cassandra Johnson Hinds up fur a single In the bottom of the in the District Tourney said third at 38'5". St.pti.nl, OHS. I0..< 4) Jondon. BHS the preliminaries being |
..
second, bring!! kniwkrd by .'a\oime Hawkins for u HIIS score Alvarez of the District Bobby Smith won the discusat 10. _. seeded for the number one
MILK RUN- I) 1400 OHS 4S7:
Tournaments to be held but lost out tojLomprey Windy Take Second
at 138'3'Keith' Carter was i) Tlmmoni. UHS. l:10i )) Croft UHS. position )
siigtIr/ecia Starke's Westside Park April second at 125'4", and Jimmy t-tj I ; 41, Btnn.tt BHS S,22. of Bucholz in the .
fin 28 and 29. Buchholz and Clark was third at 95'7'V.! MO-YARD R.LAYII OHS 11, >.., first round 1-6, 26. John

Eastside will meet Thursday David Carter of BHS took a 1)B.eMS l. Marvin Itll.l (Jon.Marvin......TV. April 28, in an elimination solid win in the 440-yard dashat PUT-1)) Clark, BHS,,'''', 2)CrugN. with a forfeit then lost Way
$18' Family of 4 game, with the winner to meet 51.8, beating second place BHS, 414"i llflW'f 31 I.'. to Brask from P.K. Yonge 0-6,

Every room same price the undefeated lady Tornadoes finisher, Griffis of UHS, by 1.5 nit,.BHS II'S" 4)) Oaulnikl OHS 16.In
Friday, April 29. seconds. Carter was third in 101"DISCUS11 Smith BHS 11"2'' '', the doubles action in the Bradford High runners pounds, won the discus for
per night plu5lan the long jump at 18'7 V and 1) C.rt.r, BHS 115..'....''1) Brawn,UHS' tourney for BHS, Samons and scored 65 points for a second BHS with a toss of 128'6".
w anchored the winning BHS "'4'V/ 4) Clark, BHS .I7V..". Rodrique teamed up to meet place finish in a 4-way meet Keith Carter of BHS was third
.440 YARD DASH- Carter. in the discus at 126'4".
Tuesday
mile relay team.Bradford's the number one team from afternoon April 19,
BHS SI.I 2' Orlrfll. UHS ll.llWllllama. 2)
P.K Yonge for a 0-6, 6-2, 3-6 In St. Augustine a long way BUS also placed in :
.
( Millions of almond trees Avery Shell was BHS. Std 4)) Douglas' OHS.
h1 ..... off the winning of the Long Jump: 3)Franklin)
thehcac1latfaIflhIOU5 burst into bloom each springon second in the 100-yard dash at loss for the Tornado netters.BHS's pace
1M-YARO INTCB. HURDLIS IIJohnwxi. Griffis and Sanders Yellow Jackets who scored Bell 18'0" 4)David) Carter
Ibiza, one of Spain's 10.5, just one-tenth second off .OHS.1.',21> strlckl.nd. OHS. 133'j points. 17'10".
Balearic Islands The the winning pace of 10.4. 41.13 1) Colll.r BHS 41.1; 41 Rogiri, beat out Santa Fe's numbertwo
lucrative has almost GHS had 12 first places 5 BHS 41.0.MOYARO. team 6-3, 7-5 in the pre- Father Lopezof Daytona -100 Yard Dash: ZiAvery !
crop
RUM- II Hookir, BHS. liminaries, then met Lake Beach was third with 36 Shell II.1 3)Floyd) Williams
IHivioimEnjoy olive cultivation second places 3 third places,
replaced .... .. ,
>: t) Smith BHS lillr' )) rrlcK points, and St. Joseph'sAcademy 11.2. I
introduced by the Romans and 5 fourth places. BHS had 4 VHS tt14i, 4) J. Jo...., UHS Ml. Citv\ for a 6-1. 3-6. 0-6 BHS
defeat in the first round was fourth with 34 Shot put: SKenneth) Cruger
of the !
the World s Most 2,000 years ago, the National first places, 7 second places 7 .INTMIDLIY R.LAY-II) OMJ 41'4"Sprint.
l.'Ol.ti 1) BHS lit Marvin tourney, points. i I
third places, and 7 fourth : : ( Tyum
Famous Beach ,in luxurious Geographic says. places.w David Caviar, .t.u Bright Franklin Steve Griffis, Kenny Tornado competitors medley relay : l,I
surroundings during this Sail. Rodrique, and Terry Carverall managed just four first placesin 2)BHS) 2:09.1: Martin( Slocom. !
110-YARD DASH I) S7.Fnana. OHS
unbelievable? Spring Spa 11.1) II Johnton BHS. 11.It II Mlllv went for 1 point in the St. Augustine in a meet run Avery Shell, Marvin Tyson. i
clot April tfi June "4 OHS 12.', 4) Shill CHS 20.'. District 3 Tournament. Steve in stiff winds which slowed Franklin Bell) '
Heated pool family, TWO MILl RUN- II Moo ... OHS Griffis and Chub Johnson won down the sprinters 220 Yard Dash: 4ilslah) I
restaurant spacious llOSi: II Tlmmoni UHS, IliM 1)BmiMtt
the fourth with their win especially. Jenkins 25.2.
point
rooms Hurry and call BHS 11:21 41 Smltn BHS
,s 11:51.: over Santa Fe. David Carter won the 440- The match completed the
toll tree send the
or in
) MILK RILAY II BHS ):19.7 yard dash in 53.5. Carter has regular season for the BUS
coupon below today ri (Franklin Boll, Marvin Tyi.n. Kftau'Bright not been beaten this season in track team. I
David Cartorli II OHS 1:11.1.:
X an open 440. BHS's Floyd I
Call Toll Free 1-8OO-432-729O r\ After inventing the tele- Williams finished second in Braves DodgersWin
PROTECT YOUR CAR VAN. CAMPER MOTORHOME WITH
the 440 dash
with
phone 100 a 54.0 flat
Reservations' Of/dee 132 E. Colonial Drive years ago "
,DAYS INN ,
time and -
TRAVEL ADVENTURE Isiah Jenkins
am TRANSMISSIONOIL Alexander Graham Bell was First Games
.
< > MICROTEST
Orlando. Florida 32801 I 4 1 a 2tSnr COOLER demonstrated it to many fourth at 54.2. ,
-- --- -- -- EDUCATIONSee
distinguished visitors in his The BHS mile
team
relay
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M m" .... __ "tP', d. ffO '. Stop heat damage to your Chief Kelly US Navy Boston laboratory the took a first place in 3:35.0.: The In DYL Baseball

." "'--- '" transmission Double its life.e' Recruiting Station Starke National Geographic Society team was composed of Floyd
Dixie
3 o Easy installation. i: Monday 10 A.M. Ill 2 P.M. says. Prominent men often Williams, Franklin Bell. Youth Baseball

NamrAJNn_ PARTSI3495 ..---....-. ....- Bradford Square ?/10.11ROSIER'S became tongue-tied in the' Marvin Tyson, and David the started Monday April 18, with
STARKE MOTOR ) presence of the wonderful Carter. first game of the season '

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famed for his courtroom team also won with a time of American League with- a 5-3
eloquence, was asked over 1:35.3. The team was composed win over the Mets followed by
the telephone "How do you of Marvin Tyson the Dodgers edging 9-8. by the I

do?" After a long pause he Franklin Bell, Avery Shell Giants team in National x i
could only reply, "Rid a jig and Esau Bright. League play Tuesday, April j
MONUMENTS AND and 19. at Pratt Street ballfield. t
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fmiT away go Bobby Smith 6-2 and 220 I
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Roping Club 4i-, l ri'r' r! Brooker Wins Softball

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G fL: htl "Frolic" Draws .... Q.J'' C ; .. -, i
'" : 't Tournament Over NAPA
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Lu, ti L'lv 277 EntriesThe ,,

,\ of I Of
Bradford Roping Club ,i Lake Butler, Keystone

I1 I held its annual "Horse Frolic"last '"
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: ttiit. R'A.'W'ORD' 'was Saturday; April 16. "It ROUND ROBIN The big hit of the championship their work cut out for them in
BY
: \ .. a successful event with when Allen the seventh
-. ., participation of riders, +, ., Brooker's Men's Softball game came the bottom of
y --a r d team won'' a round robin and Meckam got on base on inning. The final inning saw

Bradford Bassmasters, for their support In donatingsome said spectators Barbara and sponsors Carter, tourney Sunday, April 17, at clean hits and Keystone Buddy Garbett getting a clean
along with ten young men real nice prizes that secretary of the club. the Brooker field over NAPAof walked Rob Smith Intentionally single and advancing to
from the Sheriff's Boys Ranch were awarded to the ten young There were 277 riders in the r Lake Butler and Keystone with Billy Bigham second on an error This saw
ut Live Oak enjoyed a bass men. Starke Builders Supply, competition from 8 clubs Heights.The coming up to bat with one out. Garbett on third and Chap
tournament April 9, at Rod John Crissman at the Tackle belonging to the North East Brooker team's next Bigham plowed a line shot man getting a clean hit going
man Pool. Box Eckerd Drugs TG&Y. Saddle Club Association. The tournament will be In Brookerthe doubled through 3rd base and onto second base. Cole came
The Tournament began at 7 Western Auto, Roy's Grocery, high point winners in the weekend of May 6-8. The short stop and drove three up to bat hitting a fly ball to
a.m.. with all boats returning The Starke Paint Center, Toddlers event were: Uabdy first game will begin at 7 p.m. runs in Next bat saw Vince left field driving Garbett
ut I p.m. for lunch. At 2 p.m. Andrews Drugs, and Griffis Mangus, Jax ; Ponies. Next game of the season will lonata getting a clean double home. However\ Cole was not
all fishermen manned l their and Sons Fibre Glass Works. Sammy Roach, Jax.) ; Small be a the Santa Fe High Schoolin and driving in Bigham which. attributed with a sacrifice as
boats and fished until 5 p.m. These ten young men were Fry girls Toni Raulerson. 4J Alachua tonight (Thursday. put Brooker ahead by one run Brooker appealed the runnerat
Only the visiting fishermenwere thrilled to get these prizes, Jax; Small Fry boys Rusty April 24. With Keystone being the third with leaving the bag
eligible to weigh in any and said to tell each of you "Flwood Jax.; Junior girls- In the first game Brooker home team Brooker still had too quick and won the appeal.

fish.The "thanks." Abby Pickett, Jax. ; Junior went up against Keystone in a ........... .I..JlJj====...,r-..'=_ I
wind was a big factor I know we are living in a fast Boys Allen West, Jax.; aw pct 15-7 loss for Brooker Leading '
all day, "March! came in like a world, but this was a day well Powder Puff Trena Addy, 'ro tN;Y r' hitter for Keystone was Television .
'p VitrA
lamb, but went out like a spent. I'm sure each of these Jax.; Seniors Davis Thipen ,. p ', S ry r Wilson and Allen each going 3- "
lion." young men will always Jax.; Gracie Allen Kitty for-3 at the plate.Total hits for <
At 5pm. all fishermen returned remember something good Starling, Jax; Jack Bennys the Keystone team was IS with
After the fish were out of this day at Rodman AI Richardson, Alachua. Brooker going for 10 hits in 33 RepairsBy '
weighed, we found Tom The overall high point An unidentified horseman runs his horse in the barrel race at times at bat. ,
Chastain in first place, second Pool.We are very sorry to hear winner was Kitty Starling the Hoping Club event Second game of the match
puce went to Greg !McDonald. that Eddy Bryan's father is in having 29 points. saw NAPA and Keystone
.. .iiu I inira going to Kenneth the hospital. We certainly The business's listed below Johnson Feed and Seed Koch's Drugs, Powell's Dairy meet in the second game of The Professionals
Taylor hope that he will soon returnin sponsored trophies for each Store, Author Gaskins, Wish freez, Hardy Auto Center, the match with a final score in
Kadiisitor: : received a good health class and event. bone Fried Chicken, Holiday Inn, Gem Jewelry, the game of 14 to -Keystone.,
pl'lzl'.lIlong with a t shirt with See you Saturday at Orange Ponies Gerald Griffis[ Moomleigh Ent., Starke Dolph Reddish sheriff, George Garbett was the leading hitter Your Authorized RCA And ZENITH
the clubs name on it. Lake April 30, at Cross Creek 7 Construction Co., CommunityState Motor Parts. Seniors Gib Roberts, MacDonalds of for Keystone going 4-Cor-4 at
(On I behalf of the Bradford a.m. sharp. Bank, Charley E. Johns Brown, Baldwin Chevrolet, Starke, W.G. Johnson and the plate. Allen and Moyer Sales And Service Dealers
rtassmastcrs! I would like to Bass Wishes Ins., Stans Bootery, The Terwillegar'Motors, Western Sons, Starke's Piggly-Wiggly, went 3-for-4.
(trunk the follow ing merchants Neil Crawford Pastry Shop. Toddlers Hurst Auto, J.R Kelly Tax Pantry Pride. Guaranty Third game in the series
Shell Register Oil Co., Best Collector. Gracie Allen Federal, Betty's Beauty Shop, saw the loser bracket's NAPA
Western Motor Inn Gailey Trophies Jack Ben Jackson Builders, D&B Farm and Brooker meeting.
Roy's ny's Traxler Peat Supply, Sawyer Slade Gas,
Jtftlj Lrirl Kunners Grocery-LeRoy Jackson Co, Brooker came out victoriousin
Lake Butler Farm Center, Jimmy Alvarez Tax Ap City Barber Shop, Triest this match with a final
praiser, Florida Bank Construction, Archer Tanner ..
Small Fry girls-Farm Burea at score against NAPA of 128. ,
Starke, Tatum Funeral Home DeWitt C.
Brother's
Ins. P.M. Hale, Sapps Feed Big hitters for Brooker were
Go 94-16 By Union Strickland's Landing. ThomasOil Lumber Co., High Points Jones Funeral Home Ed Allen and Rob Smith, each RCA

Co, Starke Builders going 3-for-1 at the plate.
Supply. Small Fry boys J.D. Other hitters were Doug ColorTrak
BHS Nine Shut Out
Griffis Raileys Grocery 11-0 Brown, Joey Sanderfer and
HgllIll3-Wa; ) Meet Judge Elzie Sanders, Andrews Gene,Raulerson each eoino >. 25"
Drugs Maxie Carter County for-4 tl
agonal
Commissioner Junior Girls By winning over NAPA
Farmers Mutual Exg., Starke By GHS Everybody PlaysEverybody Brooker again met the
The Hradlord High School finished 12:30: in the event. ,
team but this time
Paint Center, Town & Keystone
Kids track It'ament home The second school record of : Country
(
; Brooker out the
saw come
with lour school records and the meet came in the B80 yard Veterinary Ray Norman a played Tuesday Jeffery Jockel got the only winner with a 13-5 final score
!I N point:: to l'nion County relay when Carolyn Gomes, friend The Rancher Junior night in an abbreviated baseball BUS hit, a single in the third in this fourth game Big hit
I hull's IK/ points for the meet Debbie Gomes, Antonette Boys Larry's Florist, DaveShuford's game on the Bradford inning. ters for this game were Allen,
ill the Hradlord High track Bright, and Virginia Crawford Lawtey Amoco, High field in which the Tor- "We had everybody playingthat Little and Temple going 3-for-
\\ ednesdaApril 1:1.Thl' : recorded a 1:59: .5, beating the D&J Feed Store, Blalock's nadoes were shut out 11-0 on a hadn't played this year, 4. Chuck Meckam went 2-for-4
BIIS track old school record of 2:00.1: Meat Mkt., Mr. and Mrs. of but I did
girls team one-hitter by Steve Douglas expect a few more driving in four runs; Once
+ills Starke made by Betty Hudson, Kenneth Klixson. Powder Puff it I
\ +ractionagain Gainesville. hits, said Coach Mike Meckam hit pay dirt with
ut the HIIS track against Clay Francis Coltrane, Vicki Hartley The BHS subs didn't three runners on base, struck
High t'ulatku South, and St Norman, and Tammy Kelly, make any more errors than Sanderfer
on. Joey
one runner
Augustine in the District :5AAA for another first place win for Palatka South FavoriteFor the BUS first team, Hartley was 3-for-4 in this game in- !
the lady Tornado runners.
meet to be held Friday said. cluding home run. Lee's T.V.Sales
April 22."We're. Merri Ormsbee. FayonneHawkins. Jeffery Jockel started for By virtue of this win .
kind of disappointed Virginia Crawford BUS, went two and one-third
Brooker met
again Keystonein
l. a lot of schools and Yvonne Link went one District Track Titletime innings and gave up nine runs the final game of the day And Service
Hilled out of the meet about a tenth of a second under the old in taking the loss. Richard where Brooker downed
week ahead" commented school record made by Emma Hall relieved and
gave up only 473-2165
Keystone by one run, 15-14.
Coach Jl'rrvIl'iriff; as :Murphy. Fayonne Hawkins, District favorite Palatka for district" the Tornado two more runs going the resetof Final showed Keystone
Gainesville; High.: School had Betty Hudson and Angie South will host the District 2- coach says. He feels his the way in the five inning 15 game for 40 at the plate and Lake Geneva
T\son for a 54 flat in the 440ard 3A track meet Tornadoes haven't going
only two girls participate in next Friday, performedin game out short by the 10-run Brooker going 18 for 42 at the
the ml'et.1'ayonne. > relay. l'nion County was April 29, in which a slump- the field events as they rule.
llaukias set the second at !55.8.Bradford ridden Bradford High team should BHS has been getting BUS has two more-games plate
I lust school record in I the lx( > will try to grab second place. behind early in the field before the District 5-3A
>..rd dash for Bradford with High School ran a But it will be tough, un events, then haven't been ableto Tournament which starts May
an t II.I\ I clocking to beat her old 4.JR.511th.: BitS team ofNancy certain going with five teaifi'\ > make up the difference ink, 4 at Palatka South. Hartley ,964-5757,
record made earlier this ; ; McNeal. Carolyn in the district meet- Palatkajj the running events. said he thought Tuesday night 964.6206
"season of 12.:1: by I 1.2 seconds Gomes, (Cindy Griffith, end Central, Clay High and St. would be the best time to let
Yvonne Links went :3 seconds Linda Chase for the only Augustine as well as BHS Howard hopes that in the the subs play, so the team can
under I the school record w II h a participants in the mile relay. and Palatka South district with five strong teams use the two remaining gamesto
12 flat followed by Judy Thl'lourth school record for South has won the districtfor the points will be spread prepare for the district. A rcher- Tall n er Flllllrul Ho m e
IlankiTson with /a 122 to ,go III IS ante in I the sholput when' the past five years. The around. If the point spread is. BHS faces Lake City here
DUO\ tenth under I he old ,record :Mary. Berry threw 7'j' inches Braves are strong again this sufficient in the field events, Saturday, April 23, at 2 p.m.A 301 South of Starke
made bv' Hawkins over her old record of 3fi'l" for \ear "They should win it his Tornadoes, Howard feels
[In the;mile run BIIS's Cindy ii throw of :Hfi'B1for' the 11th hands down," says Bradford can come on with their run Greenwich #
(Criffith; took first place in the, I lust place showing of the day Coach Grover Howard. ning events. Howard feels, store Village book-
meet withaK.-nx: l'unlollo\\l'l lor Bradford High UnionCounty Second place will depend however, his Tornadoes will novel sign before: "Read a good MONUMENTSDoyleM.
by Linda Richardson going took the second place "...on who wants it the most," still score big in the field ruins it!" Hollywood
'fi:all/ on the clock for BUS to go with a :U'2'j"\ throw by Coach Howard says. If BHS events, particularly the discus
second Kacllc\ of L'nion George HIIS went 30'8'j' for can snap out of the doldrumsand and long jump."District Archer
County school look third place third on a throw by Cilita perform up to its is the one meet we1 Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR Archie M. Tanner

with an //1'11 HawkinsBHS capability, the Tordadoescould point to," says Howard. The L.F.D. L.F.D.
Laura ('hasell'nl I lor a first t be the second place top four finishers in each
place run lor 1(1( IS in the 410 S\\ !' second finisher Howard[ says. event get to come back the, 864 Suite C N. 301
\urdda h\\lthu l hj 1. followed and third paces in the high "We have been in a kind of next week for region com- 9 6 Dally "Within YourMeans Now, Peace of Mind Always
by teammate ;'I.rnl'Jt'Ioeal; : :: )lump with :Mem Ormsbee slump for the past few weeks. petition. BHS will compete in .964-8018
\\ith a (fig!! 1 1HIIS going for 47", :Nancy McNeal I hope w e can come out of it in Winter Park in Region 2.
saw three more 4'4" and /Debbie Gomes 4'4"
,straight' places in the /KHII yard In the running long jump
J'unIth (Cmd Griffith's j42Mm : :! Yvonne Link went 14'10" for Girls Softball Team F
Robin Scheweda's 2r4:; first place win for BIIS.MMcGill .
for second, and (Ciml' Smith : of l'nion County went
coming in third with' a ::1!.:!\0.( home ith second on a 147-8" Hosts
LmdaSawver's2'i5\ took t the tmmalurphy's: : 14''a" for District Tourneygirl's REVIVAL
first t place win for [BUS in the Bradford High earned third ....
2JO yard dash T Jackson of place. Bradford High girl soft softball team in the
L'nion' County took second hollers will host the District area. BIIS has a 10-0 record
going for a 31:\ Hat. S. Jacksonsaw In the final event of the day Tournament here next and therefore, drew the first
a third place for L'C with Mar: > Berry" threw the discus Thursday and Friday April by in the district tournament
ii :354 i: ckickmg.Bradford 1111'11I') ]<)'; for a first, followed 2H/ -2 J, at Westside Park Coach There will be only two
High took the first l h>' Joy :Mains 8:;>'4r1"' for Greg; Alvarez said Tuesday games one each Thursdayand

place showing m the two mile second, and 'ilita Hawkins' afternoon. Friday starting at 4 p.m.
run w ith only one lady runner T'J'4"! for Ihird with all three East: side and Buchholz, bothof There. is no admission charge.
from BUS participating in the places! /going( : to BHS in the Gainesville, and BIIS Mill Eastside and Buchholz will i
event Linda Richardson event play in the tourney, play in the first game Thurs
BHS is the only undefeated day, The Tornado girls will

I LadIVellers Place Four*th At DistrictBuchholtz's play in the the Friday winner championship of that game \ 1-- ,re.. nrnaQ

game. The first two teams will ,.
number one advance to the ]
regional
The Bradford High School Janice Jacket went into the seeded team for a 0-6, 0-6 tournament to be played the :30
lady netters went for 4th placein f fifth singles of the day seeded Tornado defeat. following \\ eek. Since
the District :3 Tournamentheld number ::1.) Jockel received a The second doubles matchof Bradford High drew a by 0
in
April 14, 15, and 16 in bin the first round and went the tourney for BHS saw the two game district the
Gainesville being Oak Hall i into the quarterfinals to take Mary Ormsbee and Donna squad is certain to finish \\ .. P.
with 9 points. Buchholz took Oak Hall I 1-6. 6-2. s-4. Karen Samons going over P.K.1'onge's either first or second and to \\\t ty .It.
first place win with 23. with Lazer of Buchholz beat Jockel number two team 6-1, draw a berth in the regional '
Gainesville High losing out for 6-2.6-1 in the semi-finals to put 6-4 ormsbee and Sa moos then tournament ''
first place with 22 points take Jockel out of competition. met Buchholtz once again to The Bradford girls have a ;' ''''
home second. :Madison
went
down for the last
2-6.0-6
go game at 4 .m. "
third with 16 points, out of theN Lyn Pierce and Pam Tucker game of the match. (Thursday. April p 21'today> at Jlc1.k .
schools that participated in went up against Baker "All the girls we played all Westside Park with Buchholz
the event. County's number one doubles rank in the state," said BIIS in w hat Coach Alvarez calls a : :! .il. ':
team for a 6-0. 6-1 l BHS win. girls tennis Coach Melba prematch to the district t. .
Seeded number 3 for the Pierce and Tucker then met Howard. tournament showdown.
Pierce --. -.--------,- -----..
tourney Lynn was ---

eliminated Karen she lost Anderson in from the of first competitionas Madison round to 4- TEST DRIVE i Dr. Wilford McCormickEVANGELIST

6, 67.
Pam Tucker made it to the THE AMAZING
semi-finals on a by she
received in the first round.
Susan Wilson of Buchholz beat
Tucker out in the semi-[inals -
with a 0-6, 1-6 BHS loss. '"'
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In the third singles match of
the tourney for Bradford,
Merrl Ormsbee beat out

Baker County with a 6-2, 7-5 GRACE
Tornado victory, but lost out BAPTIST CHURCH I
in the quarter-finals to Lisa ,
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Schrieber of Lake City. I -
Donna Samons saw two
perfect 6-0. 64) in the first .. On Griffis Loop, Starke, Florida
round, then went on to the
quarter-finals to take Oak
Hall Samons went down 0-6,1- MILLER-BROWN MOTORS
,,81n the semi-finals by GHS's JERRY D. MILTON, PASTORl'aRe
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April ZI, 1977 TELEGRAPH Page 13
Christ's Plans For
OBITUARIESMISS

I 21st Century ChurchChrist's First Drowning Of New Season At Gold Head I

1 BARBARA Monday April 18, in I
WILKINSON Gainesville u Reginald Cobb, 18, of A call to the scene was
hospital
Plans for the Communion celebrated by the Miss Barbara following Gainesville, became the first received by the Clay County tl
Alice an extended illness
Church in \
--w-- the 2lst Century will host rector, the Rev. Jack '
AIRPARK Wilkinson, 77, Rt. Mrs. drowning victim Sunday of the Sheriffs Department at 6
BAPTIST be the theme for the third Just 1, Lawtey Stewart was born in
Flynn prior to lunch.
CHURCH FIRST METHODIST annual Spiritual Adjournment died Thursday April 14 in Nassau County but had spent new swimming season at Gold p.m., but the body was not
is
Rev O.D. Brooks CHURCH sponsored by and Pilgrimage for the p.m. The host planned church for asks 2 Bradford County Hospital most of her lire in the Starke Head Branch State Park on recovered by divers until 9:30:
Orange Street following a long illness area. Mrs. Stewart Highway 21 north. of Keystone
Episcopal Church that was a p.m.Lifeguards
participants
women on bring a
Sunday: Church School for Friday Miss Wilkinson was born In homemaker and a member of Heights. are not on duty;
April 29 sandwich for
SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 all ages, 9:45: : a.m.; Morning Church in Starke., at St. Mark's and a friend.lunch The ,your Bible Bradford County, December the Pine Valley Congrega- According to the accident at Gold Head until May 1, and
am.; Worship Service 11 Worship (Nursery provided) This the church will 26, 1899 and her parents were tional Church. report, the youth was at- a "swim at your own risk"
am.; Evening Worship 7 p.m. 11 a.m.; MYF Snack Supper be conducted year by pilgrimagewill the provide babysitter.drinks, dessert and. a the late Bryant Wilkinson and Survivors include: her tempting to swim from one sign is posted in the beach t
Rev. .
WEDNESDAY: Prayer (Janet Turner and Laurie Harald K. (Whitey) Easter Griffis. She was a nusband Johnnie Stewart, dock to another in Lake area. In recent years some
Service 7pm.GRACE Mullins) e p.m.; MYF associate rector.of All Haugan Saint's, member of the Highland Starke; five sisters, Mrs Johnson when he disappeared half dozen drownings have !
meetings and recreation, 6:30: Episcopal Cmurch of Baptist Church. Winnie Quick of Apopka, Mrs. from sight. Attempts by taken place, some of attributed
p.m.Tuesday Jacksonville and chairman BKULAH CEMETERY Survivors include: one Mae Combs of Macclenny, family and friends to rescue to the sudden plungeof I
: Bible Study Class the Diocesan of WORKING APRIL 23 brother, Andrew J. Wilkinsonof Mrs.Violet Stewart of Starke, him were unsuccessful. The swimmers into cold water \
BAPTIST CHURCH meeting place to be announced Committee. Evangelism A working will be held at the Lawtey; three sisters: Mrs. Mrs. Zela Frederick of Plant body was identified by an at this time of year, which I.
Highway/ 100A South 10 a.m. Father Haugan said Beulah Baptist Church "OldCemetery" Amanada Blackburn and Mrs. City and Mrs. Geraldine uncle, Stephen Cobb, also of could cause cramps or shock.
Jerry I). Milton Wednesday: Chancel Choir views the pilgrimage he Saturday, April Celia Redding, both of Blossom of New York City; Gainesville. Following several early-
Pastor Rehearsal,, 7:30: as an 23. Lawtey, and Mrs. four season drownings two .j
pm. opportunity to bring Turkey Trot Road, off Rebecca brothers, Herman ------vM------ years
In
804-5656 the Diocese people a Highway 21, will be from Chesser of Whitehouse, Fla. Grady, and Melvin Nettles adof Mrs. Amy Strickland, Belle ago, swimming regulations at '
spiritual examination of the 7:45: to 8:45: a.m. Oren Funeral services were held Starke and Harry Nettles of Glade, Mrs. Sinah Shiver the park were tightened up I
SUNDAY: Bible School, 10am.j CALVARY BAPTIST Bible and the mission of the interested in the cemetery are Saturday, April 16, in the ''Texas; four grandchildren. Jennings and Mrs. Ethel and there was only one near- .
; Morning Worship 11 CIIURCIIJ church. urged to attend and bring DeWitt C, Jones Funeral Funeral services were Raymond of Raiford fatality last year. 1
17
a.m.; Children's Choir Black Pastor Contempory life will be tools, such as mowers, hoes, Home Chapel at Starke with scheduled Wednesday, April grandchildren and three ; ,
Practice, 5:45: p.m.; Training emphasized in order to and rakes. Rev. E.C Harvey officiating. 20, at the Pine Valley Congre- grandchildren. great
Union, 6:30 p.m.; Evening Sl'NDASunday School, provide the Burial was in Long Branch. gational Holiness Church with 55555"The
Funeral
participants witha services held
Worship, 7:30: p.m.WEDNESDAY 9:45: : a.m.; !Morning Worship, basic personal involvement .---------. Cemetery near Maxville. Rev. Ivory Luke officiating. Tuesday in the DeWitt were C.
: Sunday 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7. in the pilgrimage, hopefully PINE GROVE Burial was in South Prong Jones Chapel with Rev
School Workers
Meeting, p.m. METh ODISTCHURCIiRev.
7
leading to a deep spiritual MRS. Cemetery in Baker County Donald Willis and Rev. Lester
a.m.; Bible Study and Prayer, ,experience which will Ben L.Coleman MANERVIA HOLMES under the direction of Archer Austin Burial first workmen' compensation
Mrs. officiating.
7:30: p.m.; Adult Manervia Holmes, 85, was
Choir
strengthen their Tanner Funeral Home of insurance law to .
committment of Starke died in Crosby Lake Cemetery with go
Practice, 8:15 Friday, April
: SUNDAY
p.m. : Sunday School Starke into
effect
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST and involvement in the 15, In Alachua General DeWitt C, Jones Funeral was pasted by
"A Church Where REV ROMAN ALVAREZ church, said Father Haugan. 9:45 11:: a.m.a.m.; ;Evening Morning Services Worship,, Hospital. AUBREY R.MOORE Home in charge. Wisconsin on May 3, 19111

Everybody is Somebody"STl1RK'S SUNDAY: Sunday School, Registration will begin 9:30: 7:30: p.m.THURSDAY. Mrs. Holmes was born Mr.Aubrey R. Moore, 80, of
a.m. The I
10am.; Worship service, 11 pilgrimage will February 8, 1892 in Live Oak Rt.: 1 Starke died -
a.m.; Choir Practice 5:30: begin at 10 a.m. with Holy Meeting, 7:30: p.m.: Prayer and a member of Mt. Pisgah April 17, after and Sunday lengthy, Dwight Slater's
p.m.; Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.; A.M.E. Church of Starke. illness.
EPISCOPAL Evening Worship, 7 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Survivors include: three Mr. Moore was born June Food & ScatOpen
Ilev.John Flynn WEDNESDAY: Teachers CIIURCII sons; Eddie Holmes, Alonzio 17,1896 at Theressa and was a
SUNDAY: 8:30: Meeting. 7 Mid-Week Holmes of lifetime resident of
a.m. Holy p.m.; Dr.Jack Hand PUBLIC HEARING Miami and Len- this area.
Eucharist; 9:45: a.m., Church Service, 7:30: p.m.; Choir minister FOR OLDER AMERICANS ward Holmes of Pennsylvania He was a veteran of WWI, a U.S. 301 S ..
School; 11 a.m.;; Holy Practice, 8:30: p.m.THURSDAY SUNDAY: Sunday School],, A public hearing on Titles ; two daughters; Lillie retired farmer and a memberof I 7AM.- 12 P.M. 4.Walnut, St
.
Eucharist.
: Visitation, Mae Riley of Starke and Dora Laura Baptist Church.
9:30: a.m.; Morning III and VII of the Older
Worship,
---------- 7:15: p.m.SATURDAY 11 a.m. Americans Act of 1965 will be Anderson of Miami; 25 grand- Survivors include: his RED WHITE & BLUE BORDEN'S J
MADFSONST.) : Bus held Monday children, 26 great grand- widow, Mrs. Lilly Moore, I
BAPTIST THURSDAY : Choirpractice7:30 April 25, at 2p.m.
Rev.Charles R,Swartz visitation 9 a.m.CALENDAR : p.m. at 1604 S.E. 3rd Ave., children and 5 great great Starke;; three daughters, Mrs. BEER ICE CREAM
OF EVENTS Gainesville. The grandchildren. Audrey Kite and Mrs. Sandra '
e Pk
public'Is
SUNDAY: Sunday School !MAY: i invited to attend. Funeral services will be Davis both of Starke and Mrs. 99t./ Gal. 99
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, !May 1: Baby Day. May 8: held Saturday, April 23, 2 p.m. Joyce-Thomas of Monticello, No Return Btls.
11 a.m.; Children's Mother's Day. May 15: UNITED PENTECOSTAL in Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church N.C.; four sons, Leonard
11 a.m.; Church Training worship 6:15, Special Music, evening ser CHURCH j 1111111111111111"t in Starke. Moore and Paul Moore both of I NECTAROSE GRADE A SMALL HILLANDALE
:
vice. !May 22: Old Fashioned 204 Water Street Starke, Mark Moore, Gaines-
p.m.; Evening
Worship, 7:30: Day. To err is human; to blame WINE.. if 19
p.m. Nursery provided. Mrs Daisy ville and David Moore of EGGS !
it
the other
on is
WEDNESDAY Bible guy even
WEDNESDAY! 7:30: p.m. : more human. Elizabeth Stewart Yulee; five sisters Mm. 12 Oz. Btl. 49 t
Youth Choir Practice, 7:30: FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF study 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Daisy Elizabeth Bertha Lang, Starke Mrs. IMPORTED FROM FRANCE Dozen f
p.m. Midweek service, and at GOD FRIDAY, 7:30: : p.m.Young people'sservice Stewart, 49, of Starke died Barbara Alvarez, Lakeland, I
8:30: p.m. Adult Choir "The Happy Church SUNDAY --
: Sunday School,
practice. IIwy, 16al t\\eldonSt. 10 a.m.; Worship Services 11 ESTABLISHED 19041Broiihill I
--------- Starke !
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.
GRAHAM: BAPTIST SUNDAY: Sunday School -------
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Kev.James Starling 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 Rev Ben Bryant
SUNDAY: Sunday School, p.m. V
10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 WEDNESDAY : Youth SUNDAY: Sunday
a.m.; Training Union, 6 p m.; meeting, 7 p.m.; Bible Study, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship School I i

WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week 7 p.m.Pastor 11 a.m.; Church Training,6:15:: OVER 150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST
Service, Robert Harden /
Prayer 7:30: p m. Welcome pm.; Evening Worship, 7:30: ,
one and all! pm. i -

WEDNESDAY: Family
Night Supper, 6:15: I
FIRST(mUSTI,\S SMYRNA: ; HU TIS1 CHURCH Sunday School worker's p.m.; 4 Dale Brown

CHURCHJim Elder T.C.Williams meeting, R.A.'s G.A.'s,
Love,:MinisterSUNDAY "On the search for a Acteens, World Friends and
friendly church?" Mission Friends, 6:45: p.m.; AnnouncesHis
: Sunday School, Hour of Power, 7:30: p.m.
9:45: a,m.; morning service, Welcome toSmjrna Adult choir, 8:15: p.m. ;
10:45: a.m.; youth group, 6 THURSDAYS Visitation, 7
p.m.; evening worship 7 SUNDAY: Sunday School, pm.
p.m.; Choir practice, 8 p.m. 10 a.m.. Worship Service, 11 SATURDAY: Bus Ministry 'Gran'd'BeOpening
WEUS.SUABible: : a m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m., visitation, 8:30: a.m.
Study, 8pm. Evening Worship, 7 p.ir. :
All visitors are warmly
welcomed. We preach the The First Baptist Church of
death, burial and resurrectionof Starke will have a Centennial
ALLEN CHAPEL the Lord Jesus Christ. Homecoming Sunday May 15 F
A.M.E.: CHURCH Come join us on the Lord's and celebrate with an Old .
"The Friendly 'hurch" Day. Fashioned Day.
749 Pine St., Starke
Rev R.G. Ileastie, Pastor

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., first Sunday only;: love
feast 7:30: p m. Friday before WITH ALL NEW MERCHANDISE 1
first Sunday. \1A1TAu
MONDAY-APRIL 25TUESDAYAPRIL '
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Dale Brown Would Like To Thank Everyone Assisting Him In The Fire Accident Last Week
:MORGVNROAD :
BAPTIST 26 The Furniture In This Sale Is All BRAND NEW Furniture In Stock At Time Of Fire Was
SUNDAY' :: Sunday School
10 a.m., Morning Worship and BEACH Replaced By Insurance Co.
Services for the Deaf. u a.m.,, *
Training Union 6:30: p.m.
Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. *
UEDNESIMY: Midweek

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CBer's Given SENIOR CITIZENSThe Lrlals .
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Safety following document was 'care of the people could be were Dick and

The increasing popularity of voted on and signed by the handled more efficiently by a Weiek, Long Island NOTICE on Highway 18. NOTICE OF INTENTION
Citizen Band (CB) radios members of the Bradford 'separate Dept. of the Federal Annual luncheon As provided by Chapter REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
intensifies: the need for safety County Senior Citizens Club, Gov't. at the Holiday 197. Acts of 1974 Notice is hereby As the property of the above Pursuant to Section 866.091
(Information, especially Inc., present at the meeting of The wealth of a country is Fla. April 26. given that tangible personal named defendants and that on Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby -,'
;regarding. base antennas. April 12, 1977 securely tied to the health of assemble in the property taxes assessed for theyear Monday the 10th day of May, given that the undersigned
Florida Power & Light "An Open Letter to the the people.We 11 a.m. register 1976 are now delinquentand 1977 at twelve o'clock Noon on Douglas and Brenda Fertlg, RtA\
Company has some safety President of the United Statesof wish you Mr. President, 11:45: a.m. ac beginning April 1st such said day on the premises of Rt. ;1. Box 12. Starke/ Florida)
suggestions: America" good health and much successin return to the taxes are drawing Interest at 18 1, Box 46, Brooker, Florida I will 12081: doing business under thu.
-Before attempting installation Dear President Carter, the vital office as Presidentof Center, Pratt the per cent per year plus the offer for sale and sell to the firm name of "D ft B FEED AND:
antenna clearance We the membership of the these United States of regular meeing, proportionate cost of publishingthis highest bidder for cash In hand FARM SUPPLIES: ," 1006 South
hould be checked since the Bradford County Senior America. games. of notice and delinquent cost. the above described property of Water Street, Starke, Bradford
lightest touch of the antennaor Citizens Club, Inc., and the Sincerely and in good health, Unless the amounts set apposite said defendant to .satisfy the County, Florida, 32091 intend'to
guy wire to a power line North Central Florida Coali- Joe Kerrigan, PresidentOne The each name below are paid priorto aforesaid Execution. register said fictitious name
could cause a serious shock. tion of Senior Citizens meetingin the :30th day of April 1978 DOLPH E. REDDISH Sheriff under the provisions of aforesaid
-The key is to be safety Executive Session in warrants will be Issued thereon Bradford County Florida. statute.

conscious. Check in all Starke, Fla., affiliated with silent 1, and the Tax Collector will applyto 4/21 4tchg 6/12/ Douglas and Brenda Fertlg/
directions, not just the space the National Council of Senior moment of NOTICE OF not the Circuit Court for an order joint owners.
above the antenna. Citizens, Washington, D.C., prayer was offered for the TO TAKE and directing levy upon and seizure Dated this 31st day of March,
This safety rule can be the Congress of Senior repose of the soul of club of the tangible personal propertyof NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO A.D. 1977 at Starka Florida
member Karl E. Hoist who
applied to television antennasas Citizens organizations of Please be advised the taxpayers for unpaid REGISTER
well. Or to any metal pole Florida and the Coalition of died after a long siege with of Lawtey, Florida, taxes; penalties and additional FICTITIOUS NAME 3/31 4tpd 421NOTICE
which he
or rod.Double. Florida Organizations of the cancer during sealed bids on the 421'T" cost. The name of delinquent Pursuant to Section 866.09
check the Aging highly commendyou on received 50 blood transfu- of an Auxiliary : personal property taxpayers and Florida Statutes, notice is t hereby
sions. He his wife Ada in
clearance. Even when using your speech to the employeesof con- the CIty'sll8ter\ the amounts of taxes Includingthe given that the undersigned OF INTENTIONTO
junction with the Civitan'sRegional
guy wires to raise or lower an the Department of Health, Auxiliary Well costs of advertising are the Don E. Champion/ P.O. Box 177 REGISTER
antenna, positive control Education and Welfare Blood Bank. structed a first month's penalty and Starke, Florida, 32(>>1. doing FICTITIOUS NAME
I cannot be assured. H.E.W.) February Gainesville, Starke Chamber hundred feet business under the firm name of"CHAMPION'S
on 16,1977in (OOP) delinquent cost are as follows:
I'How much clearance is which you announced that Commerce, Rep. Frank present water well, the RECYCLED Pursuant to Section 866.09
\consider "safe"? A distanceno you would be ready with plans Williams and our club, set upa tied into the water Alvarez, Owen R, 69.32 BATTERIES" 838 N. Temple Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby
( less than the height of the for a Federal Health Program community Blood Bank in that the Auxiliary the ApexT.V. 9.72 Avenue Starke, Florida 32091. given that the undersigned
S mast is considered minimum before the end of this year. Bradford County, serviced by used as a back-up Associated So intends to register said fictitious Rudlph Thornton, Route 2, Box
9 safe. The Kennedy, Health the Civitans. for the City's water Millwright 12.38 name under the provisions of 16-P, Starke, Florida 32091
S Additional information is Security Act, S-3 and the Badcock Associate aforesaid statute doing business under the firm
that CB antennas are under Gorman, H.B. 22 are ready for Two books, In loving Specifications for Store 180.83 Don E. Champion owner. name of "RUDY'S
5 the regulations of the Federal enactment and implementation memory of Karl E. Hoist and may be obtained Bright Emmett Jr. Dated this 21st day of April CARBURETOR ft TUNE-UP"
> Communications Commission and could be used as Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Driscoll, from the City Cone ft Mas Contractor 14.50 A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. Route 2, Box 16-P, Starke,
5 plus local rules. A city or guide lines for his very important Keystone Heights, titled Florida.All Bright Liquors. 38.17 4/21 5tpd 5/12 Bradford County, Florida,
< county ordinance may differ Legislation con "Community Affairs" and"Baseball" Brown, Carl 17.66 32091 intends to register said
!Sin I allowable height. Proper cerning all Americans. will be placed in bids should be OF Brown Herbert E. 8.27 NOTICE OF fictitious name under the
i' authorities should be contacted National Health Securitywas the Bradford County Public should be delivered Brumbaugh Raymond 115.97 SHERIFF'S SALE provisions of aforesaid statute.
%: before erecting they a major topic during your Library. These books make a Clerk Lawtey, Bruno, Arthur 14.92 Rudolph Thornton, owner
antenna. election campaign and you total of 13 placed in the library the next regular at Carrwood Interiors 56.77 Notice is hereby given that I, Dated this 7th day of April,

g j commented on setting up a since 1969. Mowing which will : Coopers Nursery ft Dolph E. Reddish as sheriff of A.D. 1977! at Starke, Florida.

separate "Dept. of Elderly 7:30:: p.m., / Landecape Co. 156.90 Bradford County Florida, under 4/7 4tchg 4/28
'I'I..a"lall..aaa. Affairs" I.e. to take Social There will be an Art Show at 1977.! Bids will be Crawford, Mitchell G. 14.76 and by virtue of Writ of Execution,
5 Security, Medicare, or better the library from April 18-23 time. Davis James Sr. 14.20 to-wit: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

$;: Small boy to sister as both yet, National Health Securityout worthwhile seeing. Damps Robert Etal 46.58 Execution, issued out of Circuit REGISTER FICTITOUS NAME
:5 read old letters in attic: of H.E.W. and create a Welcome back Bill and The Council Edwards,J.M.Jr. 381.41 Court of Dade County Florida

!I 'These aren't the names Dept. of Elderly Affairs. Hazel Richards! New to reject any and all Forsyth, Vasco 3.19 pursuant to a Final Judgment for Pursuant to Section 866.09
$: they call each other now." We firmly believe that members of our club are Bill LUCILLE Gator Ranch Supply 14.24 Atlas American Corporation d/b/a Florida Statutes, notice Is here-
J Social Security and Health and Mae Cosgrove. Visitors CLERK. itchg Gay Adolph Mrs. 28.51 Atlas Electric' Supplies and by given that the undersigned

... Gay's Home Appliance 48.58 against Ray Brumbaugh George and Elizabeth Manning,
Griff is, Jerome 36.44 defendant, in the amount of Lawrence Boulevard, Keystone

On sale Thursday, Hall.Jack 13.32 8654.11 together with costa of Heights Florida, 32656, doing
Hampton General Store 62.40 collection. business under the firm name of
_- Friday and Saturday! Happy Stops, Inc. 156.93 Have seized and have in my "WHITE AUTO STORE"
lhxis_ ICA O I 6 SAVE Hawkins. Carl R. 188.27 possession the following described Lawrence Boulevard, Keystone

I_ UP TO FAMILY DISCOUNT STOKESI Hayes Farm Inc. 700.20 personal property to-wit: Heights, day County, Florida,
Hayes WmF.Landscaping 1 Brown Leather 3-seat Couch. 1 32656, intend to register said
118.26 Brown Leather Chair. 1 Gould fictitious name under the
Hones Interstateof Pump, century 1/2 horse motor provisions of aforesaid statute.
Lawtey. Fla. 119.08 serial PE with pump attached serial George and Elizabeth
II JEtS Motel Inc. 41.36 487028321 with blue PM filter Manning, joint owners.

dollar day JB's Quick Stop 181.02 attached. 1 Gould century pump, Dated this 31st day of March,
Johns Edwin 46.58 1/2 home motor serial P2 with A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida.
Johnson ft Sons pump attached Jacuzzi, serial
Grocery 136.14 4B7028328 with blue PM J ter. 1 31 1 4tchg 421IN
p Jones Gareth F. 5.51
Jacuzzi sea-green in color, whirl

Get dollar's worth and more t Eagle Lewis Lee, Herman Allen 399.64 11.87 pool bath. 1 Jacuzzi, grape in
your color whirl pool bath, serial 113, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Lewis James&
model JR1.54. 1 Custom line THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
I Geraldine 19.67 executive whirl pod br with CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
SA VEIS% SAVEII% SAVE22% VALUE PLUS? Martin,Jimmy 46.56 pump, serial P4, century 2 Jacuzzi FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
\ Moose Lodge 77.68 whirl pool bath medal J300-B
PLANTERS 16 OZ. GUNK MULTIMEN'S VINYL CASE No. 77-109
PEANUTS, GuNx ENGINE PURPOSE WORK BELTS, pV .fit Morning Sun circulators with handles. 1 Jacuzzi IN RE: the marriage of HATTIE
12 OZ. JAR CLEANER GREASE, LB. SIZES 32-42 I r 0 59 1 3 Hearth Foods 18.37 'whirl pool bath model J300: Unit SUE BRADLEY, Wife,
D) Motel Best Western 598.93 9493B, circulator. 1 Jacuzzi 1 whirl Petitioner.
1 1 $ Motel Trail 250.79 pool bath model J30B Unit and
Peanuts ,u.w VD 111 ,
n
49606 circulator. 1 AO. Smith
HUGH RICHARD BRADLEY
,
WAS MT WAS 1,51 ,'4I i WAS1.25 ? DIac.PrCE ya tf : Motel-Starlite 11.C7 electric water heater, model DRE Husband, Respondent.

New Method Cleaner 56.77 6P790 serial 79C) !<(;.73-n340.: 1 NOTICE OF SUIT
.
o ,4; Pee Wee Nursery 59.37 A.O. Smith 6-gal. electric water NO PROPERTYTO

SAVE32% SAVE31% SAVE 19% SAVE32% t 1 SAVEiB% /l1 Plunkett. Harold L 29.22 heater, model DRE6P790, serial : HUGH RICHARD
I
Porreca, Frank 31.40 790-G-73-34888. Jacuzzi electric BRADLEY, Route One, Dillard,
1 OT. ALL- .j:3' 1 GALLON ri 11 OZ. TNT HEAVY DUTY MEN'S KNIT SLACKS SHIRT SELECTION Prevatt, Melvin D. motor pump filter assembly, Georgia.

PURPOSESPRAYER ,, : : WINDSHIELD ANT a ROACH EXTENSIONCORD. 28.OO 3 aOWAS O 8Norma 146.19 century serial N8. 1 Jacuzzi, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
WASHER KILLER 20 3.66 Parsley Noel custom line Roman bath purple, an action for Dissolution of

Famous maker styling In 8horlel..ves, solid C pal & Pamela 106.33 serial 193. 1 Jacuzzi whirl pool Matrimony has been filed
$1 1 ,,,w $1 1 plaids, tolldi.Men' il-39. terns. No-Iron. S lo XU Reddish, John A. 10.09 bath grape in color, serial 112. 1 against you and you are requiredto

\ WAS 347 WAS ::1.44 WAS 1,24- WAS 141SAVE27 Riddle, G.Wayne 18.38 Large green whirl pool bath by serve a copy of your written
:) RosiersMonw. Aqua Therapy Spas Inc. with defenses if any, to it on J.J.
& Nursery. 31.81 inside steps. 1 White/blue/ Jacuzzi WOLBERT, JR., Attorney for
1 Salazar, Dorothy 6.09 pump assembly No'. 58-0445. 1 Petitioner whose address is 142
% SAVE21% SAVE UP TO 21% SAVE2B% r : Sanders. Elzie 7.16 Gas. powered concrete compactorby West Call Street P.O. Box 1086.

a' Shi Smith Jay Corp., Model J13, serial Starke, Florida, 32091, and file
DURA-FLUFF GAP ASSORTED ENAMEL 1 OR
a Bee. Serv. 7.54Sonny's numbers 19-485 and 5263741. 1
the original with the Clerk of the
POLYESTER 126-20 COLORFUL 2 QT. PAN OR
Fat
Gas powered chain saw by above-styled Court on or before
FILL, LB. FILM CANDLES 8" FRY PAN
Boys B-BQ 160.32 "STIHL." red and in color 1
gray 2
May 1977 otherwise a
$1 $1 $1 *1 Standard Station Jacuzzi, purple, whirl pool bath. 1 judgment may be enteredagainst
c/o Herman Lee 10.02
Jacuzzi whirl pod bath model you for the relief demandin
II WAS 1,31 WAS 1.57 WA5 UP TO 2.27 WAS 1.39 Starke BulldersSupply J300-B, Unit 46197, circulator with the Petition.

I SAVE 10% SAVE 12W 1j c/o Carl Lamar Johns 409.70 handle. 4 Chemical feeder model WITNESS my hand and the
Starling Land Clearing 989.47 H-301: serial nos. 37923 37348
i COTTON TENNIS HATS STURDY BOYS' JEANS seal of said Court on the 29th
Sullivan, Felix 11.61 37350 and 35604 "The WIDGET," day of March A.D., 1977,
SAVE 21% VALU 2U22p3e00 2u142g7e00 The Village Cobblerco 1 Yellow Leather Chair. 1 Green GILBERT S. BROWN, AS

64 OUNCE SAFETY J.E. Wilson 23.96 Metal Upright cabinet, two-door. 1 CLERK OF SAID COURT
Whit Cotton or blue denim, bud color In iturdy Cotton
I PLASTIC SWIMMING vented top. In el.! .. S, M. L. or polyettor-cotton. in S-1S. Torode Bee. Black Leather and Mahogany By: S/BULAH MOODY Deputy
PITCHER GOGGLES ft Systems 37.24 Chair 1 Black Cloth and Clerk.

Town Finance Co. Mahogany Swivel Chair. 1 Filing
i 1 of Starke 10.91 Cabinet five-drawer, off brown. 1 3/31 4tchg 4/21
wA91.27 DISC. PRICE Tyson Alphonso 3.19 Filing Cabinet, five-drawer steel
i Underwood MotelcoMaryBuby grey. 1 Executive Desk black,
I V 23.73 metal with mahogany top. 2 ADVERTISEMENTThe

r SAVE 37% SAVE 2e% Underwood Secretary swivel chars 1 yellow Santa Fe Community
3 / c/o Harriet Levy 4.18 and 1 brown 1 Reception Desk 3- College Board of Trustees will
*4"x60'ELECTRICAL HANDYFEATHER I Jr Wade, Robert 29.22 drawer black metal and hold its April meeting at 2:15:
J
Wayne's Speed Shop 22.32 mahogany top. 1 Desk, large 6- p.m., Thursday April 21, in the
PVC TAPE DUSTERS Welty Richard 37.96 drawer mahogany. 1 3M Casual Bradford County School Board

1 j atxR8 / Williams, Larry Desk Copier, Serial 895711. Room, 582 North Temple Street
o81 Wr.-- Florist 69.96 As the of
t SAVE ( h SAVE 1S% property the above Starke, Florida.
:3 WAS 211.98 WAS 2/132 Mallard Trans Co. 6.71 named defendant and that on The agenda will be as follows:
1:3 STRETCH TUBE TOPS MEN'S/WOMEN'S DECKS Mallard Trans Co. 29.94 Monday, the 25th day of April 1. Adoption of Agenda

::3 1977 at twelve o'clock noon on 2. Approval of Minutes
22A3.00 2 .5.00
.. % SA VE15% AVE35% SA VE12% J.R. Kelly Tax Collector said day at Route 2, Box 408A, 3. Personnel Recommendations,
,". M% colton-10% rubber. ono Fimoui maker dock shoos.Men1 Bradford County, Florida Melrose Florida (intersection of Certificated, Staff 1976-1977!
,. (III liI MEN'S CREW ROUTE 55 PKG. OF 24 COTTON sir. III* .A. SolM, tlrlpet. 7-12,women's S-1O. Itchg 4/21 State Road 21 and 521-BI.) I win 4. Personnel Recommendations,
:: STRETCH ANSMISSIONFLUID PLASTICCLOTHESPINS WORK offer for sale and sell to the highest Certificated
Staff Hourly
h1011 1'lllll' SOX, 10-13 QT.2S1 GLOVES r'- Pay-
'''::0" F'L r/1/ NOTICE OFSHERIFFS bidder for cash in hand the above roll, 1976-1977
y alrarrx SALE described property of said 5. Personnel Recommendations
2A81 21
21 n
i w;9P Y/rl1 defendant to satisfy aforesaid Certificated Staff 1976-1977!

WAS 2/1.18 v'u'w wea2A118 wA2/11f4 (; wAt2A111 Notice is hereby given that I, Execution. Substitute Payroll
DOLPH E. REDDISH, as sheriffof DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF 6. Persomel Recommendations,
: \ Bradford County Florida Bradford County, Florida. Career Service Staff, 1976-1977
SAVE2B% SAVEIS SAVEIS% SAVEIS% \ under and by virtue'of Writ and 7. Report of Purchases
3/31 4tchg 4/21 8. Recommendations for
I Execution to-wit: Awarding -
: KWIK KOVERSELFSTICK 2 SCENTS ;; 3 TERRY BEANBAG of Bids
Execution Issued out of Circuit
=
RENUZR RENUZIT WASHASHTRAY i converse f
Court of Bradford County, 9. Report of Warrants Issued
VINYL 18" REFILLS CLOTHS i 9" SIZE NOTICE
; : ttr y SAVE 23% SUPER BUY? Florida, pursuant to a Final DOYLE E. STARLING has 10. Permission to Write Off Un-

'.' 3s$1 3881 Cis 3881 Judgement for THE FLORIDA made application to the collectable Notes
...'' CONVERSE SNEAKERS MEN'S WORK SHOES NATIONAL BANK OF GAINESVILLE Bradford County Zoning Board 11. Quarterly Financial Report

':'' J WAS3/1.38 WAa3/1.11 WA/3/JAT WAS 3/.M7 WAS WA* 1q,00 Florida. and against for reclassification of the for Period July 1, 1976 March
JAMES R. and CHRISTINE 31, 1977
!.' 14** property described below from
'..'' iI ij byi' sic.! .l'ft-t, youth 101.Seme ties) toes. Qoodyeor whit BROOKER, defendants, in the EA to OR Approximately :30 12. Permission to Purchase IBM
'.' r light lrrgulr. 1" height. Men's Ms** 712.hi amount of $4.524.18 togetherwith Computer Terminal
r located one mile West of
:.; SAVES% SAVE 15% } fi, SAVE 15% rSAVE N% coots of collection. acres 13. Nursing Capitation Grant
Lawtey on the South side of St.
::: DURABLE STACKING r 17 OZ. BEER REYNOLDS SAVE 1.77 y 1''ty Have seized and have In my Rd. 225 in Section 22 Township 14. Health Occupantions Clinical l

::l PLASTIC CERAMIC ) GLASS OR 25 WRAP, 25 1 possession the following I 5)South. Range 22 East to soil,,a Instructors Workshop Grant
:(; DUSTPANS MUGS ) OZ. ICED TEA3s SO. FEET GAR EN C s L ik described personal property to- minimum of one acre lots. 15. Career Service Classification
::: HOSE wit: This change in classification is and Salary Schedule Study
3F$1 3881 Mobile 16. Change Order '
':' 41 1972 Grenadier Home subject to a public hearing to be 4. Learning
6 3 BR, 1-3/4 bath Model Resources Center Project 17504
:: wA83J14T WA/3/t17 WAS3/V47 wA84/ ar k '' held on Tuesday, April 26 1977 17.
Approval of Final
Number CK, Manufacturer'sSerial Plans for
at 7:30:: p.m., in the County
No. G7172. Buildings R and V and Per-
'. Commission Room in the Bradford -
: fruy SIIPE" .UYI SAVE 32% t4' Located approximately six ((6)) County Courthouse. At this mission to Seek Bids
SAYE 3f% 8AYE21%
miles west of Brooker. Florida 1& Leave of Absence Certi.
I SAVE 24% SAYE 10% time all persons interested shall
LEPAGE'STHRIFTAPE INFLATABLE EXTRA SAVE UP TO 20% be heard for or against floated Staff, 1976-1977!
ANTI'Oz.
PLASTIC ) 19. Citizen's Requests
;e lera V4I800" BEACH BALL COLGATE OPERATED BATTERY TOWELS OR PILLOWS2S3.OO the proposal, as specified in the
Guanalj"ARID Code of Bradford
TOOTH Zoning
,
SHEARS 4/14 2tchg 4/21
$1 41 PASTE County.
.1 R d O 590 $ 9 WAS ut> TO 2/rs
WAS S/J.45 WAS 4LLat' Too brand! 19x41" befh slxo A.R. KIEFER, chairman NOTICE
( ( al WAS 1,1W WAta6 WALIE towel*of / J pwo-s. Bradford County Zoning Baad I will not be responsJbla for

Dated this 12th day of April any debts incurred by Goldie
EAGLE THE CONVENIENT 312 IV. Madlsiu St. Rea d Kinge Super a ins': 1977. James after April 7. 1977
FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES
Opom daily 9 'til 9. Sunday 'til 6 964-7513 CIGARETTES 48 4" c.rta $411 Carton I ;'E5 4/142tchg 4/21 4/14 2tpd 4-21

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All classified ad. .__ J 'F'-' -_- ':If 1
inust be for adL> 1J
paid In
FURNISHED
unless BILL'S SAW SHOP complete 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 EVERYTHING' NEEDED GUNS FOR SALE ZZ'a: TIRES-Flrtetoae DeluxeChampitn J
yance you havean sharpening service, APARTMENT Three acre with 2 rental mobile to go Into) baHdoiing and dirt tV*. and 38'a weld at Dah- 5 tIres| belted I
established account circular, hand carbide Urge room Gas, light and home .0 for 135000. hauling baslneee. Complete mere* Pleeonnt. TF/Chg L78-15 Load 1
D. 1130
with The chain water furnlihid. Private Range _
Telegraph. In mower blade hollow Some owner licencing. price $11,500. Phone 468. -h.--------- 4
that event tl extra found and balanced.. Leaveat entrance Reaaonabl Phone 964-8253. after 4 p.m. 1551. 4/21 TF/chg TOPPER for abort wheelbase Phone 782-3660 after 5 p.m.TFchg !'- ._, .-, .
Jackson Inquire at 603 E. Wathlng- pickup (73 Also, GAS
charge for billing. Not Building Supply, 2/3 TF/Chg ------- ;
responsible for errors Starke. or Keystone Helghte. ton, Starh*. 3/31 TFchgOLIN'S iTrrl FIBERGLASS SKI RANGE full *.lt.. 75. i
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when given TF/Chg_ --------- old BOAT $300. Phone 473- Phoao 964-5478. 1 MOTORCYCLES I 1-
over the BRICK HOME-4 yr*. 4/14. Jtpd 4/28 -
4309 alter 6 Itpd 4/21
phone or when copy Is STANLEY SUBDIVISION 3BR 2 both carpet utility p.m. 1i
HOME PRO. REALTY
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lots 130 month
not typed and brought tothe DUCTS buy or Mil. 1/2 acre per room CH/A. 4 ml. North of 2-WHEEL TRAILER with ALUMINUM i: WINDOWS :
SUZUKI GT 380-
office. Phone Barbara water and sewage furnlahed. St..... off 301. $27,000. Single .hang and ..DI. ..36 1974 .
Daniel, 473- For Information phone Mark overload iprbgs. over-lined. Excellent ..dltl... 1800.'' i
3758. 3/17 Phone 964.6915.21 m 8 '8.11030 27
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6/2 i
12tpd Olin OUn' Mobile Horn tire and racks. Abo 4 wide Pba..473..309 after 6 p.m.
TF/chg tire. 19" and wheel. for 111.50\ 18 a 52 115.50,46 '
421UuziJkT
PIANO TUNING Repair. Service, Highway 100 West Itpd
------------ 52 :_ 127 JOO MANY
Bought and aold. William.. Starh No pate pleato.Phono 9 ACRES PLUS 4DB Chevy. Phone 9645612. 'OTHER SIZES. BARGAINCENTERiS018ou; ----- -"
Too Late ITo George 1228 Blending. St., 9645608. 1/13 Itchg 421PIONEER OF STARKE -
HOUSE 2 bath
CH/A th
!: fachg anthorlaod Suaukl. .
St...... Itpd 4/21 TF/Chg -- ---------- your Cecelia Terwlllegar
I WAV carpet.Located off SR SUPER TUNER FOR d...... Phono ""-602D. 1840
SPEED EQUIPMENT
Classify | HENLEY------ ELECTRIC BRADFORD VILLAGE 16 outside Starke.. $45,000.' FM with 8 track. Retail SALE 10 abovecoat. South Walnut (1301 couth In PREFERRED PROPERTIESLarge r
percent
Phone 964-7228 after 5
APARTMENTS 1BR p.m. St..... f
residential 4/21 $150, asking 109. Alto OUn' Mobile Homo | TF/Chg
commercial Induatrlal. modern furnished AC, carpet Itpd Mareeir 10 speed bike. $114. Service. Highway I0OWStance. ., FOR SALE 1976 Snaukl. 75cc
BABYSITTING IN MY walk-in closet waDed ------------ f.
Phono 964-5724. 4/21 old home Bessent Road with
Itpd on
many
Phone 4311700. 4/7 Phone 964-6606. with
165
HOME day or night except 4tpd garden patio, off atreetparking. total mloa. (400
BY OWNER 3 BR, 2 Bath,
------------ beautiful trees including trees. I h
Saturday Phone 964-5363.. 4/28 315 West CH/A Hardwood Floors 14' ALUMINUM BOAT TF/Chg cash for Inter call 964-6262 pec;pn :

PIANO--- LESSONs"n Washington Street. phone Landscaped In Excellent fishing or skiing, with trailer COUCH AND CHAIR SALE or 964-8417.Itchg 4/21

piano or ,oure. Children my, 964-8601. Condition. $24,000.. Phone and 25 HP motor. Can b.seen 169.95 up. D.h...'* FOR'"SALE": 1(73-Yamaha- Modern 3 bedroom 1 and one-half bath C H home In

FOR SALE .large. cnitom youth and adulta. Phone 782- "n.:TFchgM6iBILE"HOMEnTouiitry, 964-5667. nt Tackle. Box. 4/21 DUcoeot. 2/3 TF/Chg 750cc with now engine, low city with CH-A. Low down payment and closing
built brick hove In City elStarke. Itch; 4alMOBILE 4/28 costs. Only S23.SOO
Sale or trade for 3502. Itpd 4/21 2Uhg WATSON'S HOUSE OF mileage 11050 or trade for -----
---------- -- truck caD 964-6262
---------- furnished children welcome. pickup or
mall "0... call ""-6262 ro VACUUM! many brand
CHILD DAY HOME WITH 2 ACRES 100 4/21. Summertime's coming we have the best of
944-8417. Itchg 4/21 CAREAge Phone 964-6114 or 4734777. 9.92 on Hwy. ol now ".c...... Ud 964.-8417. Itctut
1...,15/daily Monday-Friday. 4/7 TF/chg ACRES. double wide W, 795.82 Feat Hwy. ......III.. available. Expert Hampton Lakel I _______
24x60 4 bedroom, 2 bathe,
818 W. Pratt St. Itch 4/21 Frontage, Price Negotiable repaira,all make.Part and
CH/A.ID Lawtey on SR 225.Ju.t ..
---- ------- Phone 964-869Z.
off U.S. 301. $17,000. accessories for all vacunma.Balltln Spacious, well kept, older home on Madison; large
WANTED k A 4/14 2tchg 4/21
SARAH COVENTRY JEWELRY AUTOMOBILES central vacuum
Contact M.M. landscaped lot with storage house.
seine opportunity.Phone f FOR SALE .Jordan phone --- -- ----- .,.t..... 404 NW 10th
782-3220. 3/24
Erma John,964-5483. TF/Chg FOR SALE Diamond" Avenue, Gainesville.. Phone OSOROB KOSIRTSltMIMCC. :
Attractive house next to Garden Res-
WANTED: Small acreage InStarke or Annetta BeaiUe, 372. needle for any stereo ever 376-7110. TF/Chg apartment ,
Lawtey area, Weatol 4444.. 12/2 TF/Chg 1977 PONTIAC LEMANS- NEW LOW MAIN. 247 different ones, we have r I .-c bMM .taurant. Eight modern units with ample parkingarea. I
301. Will pay cash. Phone Fully equipped less than TENANCE Brick Home, 3 them. all. D......'* Dl- DODGE DART. 1965. Good nun ,PM Excellent investment.If .
".000 miles, 30 MPG BR 2 Bath GE Heat Pump Condition, Might Consider NortH Tempi' Av*
964-5533. 3/31 4tpd 4/21 open count. TFChgQUARTERIIOItSE ----- I.
WILL PAY up to f SO caihlor far Motorcycle and STACKS. FLORIDA' JnnnnssWsssair'
read Owner leaviugcountry. for only $35,000. Call Adama Swap !
fuel-conscious have brick home I
old care. Thernton'a Sal you are we
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WANTED Uaed A real bargain at Builders, 473-2056 or 473- FREEZER. Upright Like
refrlp..ta. .
Phone 964-4243. 1/20 convenient to churches and stores that is complete
.., waaher. and vage. ....900.Phone 7823396. Itpd 4470. AQHA. Gentle, bay stallion, New 190. Phone 9646020or
TF/Chg in detail lour bedrooms I
and modern including
M.".. In good condition. 4/21 .4/14. 3tchg 4/28 for pleasure or ahow. Before 96"-<<1021. every
--------- 4/14 421SWIMMING and priced rightl
Phone Dahmer' Dlacount ------------ ------------ 5:30 phone 964-7064; alter 6 2Ubg J '

964-7923.. TF/Chg BRADFORD SEPTIC 1971 OLDS Delta 88 four LAKE FRONT HOME( 4 p.m., 7823050. 3/31 TF/chg POOLS ----- I

TANK SERVICE-.. door, heat/air AT radio BR, Dining Room, Living deluxe above ground, 3 BR, LR DR. Lg. We have beautiful homes In Connerly/ Estates. You I I ILONGCHAMP
residential. pump-out .D. power braheaateerlng.II Room Fla. Room with rock -- ------ aluminum and steel pools Family Boon, Fireplace have to see to compare and truly appreciate. j

HELP WANTED Foot service. guaranteed.Phone See 633 MacMahon. lire place and built la stereo SWIMMING POOL SACRI- [3i| repoiieaaed. by bank. 20 acre with baA, I
J JHELP 964-8121. phone 964-6279.. abo patio Like. New. Call FICE leading distributor will acriilco. Phone collect Graham term. I
Needed Homes in repair for $23,000.
4/7 4tpd, ..428.SF.WING :..___ lung 4A"FORD Adam. Builders, 473-2056 or ha. deluxe aluminum pool [9041-398-5103) day or - : good

WANTED MOBILE MACHINES ---------- -- .473-4470. 4/14 3tchg 4/28 left over from 1976 teaaon, evening. 3/3 TFCbgALCOHOLICS Country Crab Etate 2 ----- i

HOME SET UP deliveryand repaired all make. LTD. 1971 ---- ---- --- 1/2 price, guaranteed atatallation lot very .......bl.. POTPOURRI -

all around serviceman cleaned. oiled and adjuited, Brougham 49,000 mile, NEW HOME 3 BR, 2 sad term Phone ANONY. - Demorest home near Starke Plaza.
for mobile. homo ealea and 17. Work guaranteed. James loaded 782-3917. bath, carpet CH/A. corner collect (1904)) 3844156.' TF- MOUS *...*..fuI living New Meek home In town, 3 Handyman special: Green property on Call St. I

....... lot. Apply In person '!Strickland corner Morgan 4/7 .hor 01'21.HOMES lot, by school In Keystone.W.W. /Chg fer people who want to BR 2 B. LR, C/H4A Pecan grove with 10 acres plus cozy home.

.t OBoe Mobile Home Hwy Road and Highway; 16. 3/10 Cox Building Con FOR SALE mobile homo STOP drinking. anal. STAY largo farafe lit.Several quite area, It ItEli

100 W. Stark. Itchg 4/21 TF/C; _______ tractor. Phone 473-4931. parta and .rappll. OLIN'S topped. Meeting Thursday. earner
--- ------- BULLDOZER WORK-land FOR SALE 3/10 TFChgBY MOBILE HOME SALES. and Sunday 8 p... Phono -commercial- -fete on Cece//a// T. Ferwil/egor/

WANTED HANDYMANthat clearing. road building site Highway 100 West Ster..... ""-61D9 or 964-5434. 114 301. 206 West Madison Avenue .
.bee experience In preparation. Phone Edward: OWNER. 3 BR 2 Bath phone 964-5606. TF/Chg" Chrletlan Street. .I,;' fft, - Starke Florida

plumbing carpeting, Davis Glen. St. Mary 1.259. FOR SALE OR RENT Brick Homo, CH/A. I Aero 3 BR. 1 bath block. conatmctlon. !
electrical work on rebuilding 3569. BRICK HOME three bedroom Lot Outside City Limit on HYGAIN NO.1 LR, Family OFFICEPHONE96.4-7776 !

mobile hornet. Apply In .4/14. tfnchgCARPENTRY .. Pinebreeto Subdi Hwy. 230 E. Many Extras, 40 CHANNELS Room In ta... REAl TOP HOME PHONE 9 .5U5
person nt Olln'a Mobile vision. 121000. Phone 964-. $28,000. Easy terms ".
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Home Hwy 100 W. Stark. available.. Phone 9646930.
4/21 SALE
7167.& Itchg RETAIL 9 land
WORK ?I" acre pttter
Itcbg 4/21 painting and repair Havereferences. 4/7 TF/chg. $13.VS S85.00 nFAULKNER A reasonably priced Just off
-- --- ---- BRICK HOME-4 bedroom
HELP WANTED lady (orbookeepmg Phone 9646084. *, 2 bath living room L SR 19, N.W..f t.wa. THOMAS 1
2/24 TF/Chg TRUNK MOUNT I - Home and [B
and alee, alan dining room family room I FOR SALE i 120 S.Water St. m Very nice largo frame BuildingMaterials
clean at mobile CH/A, Indoor ANTENNA
tome up a with fireplace, SUrko. ,Florida 1 house ca comer lot kt town REALTY
homo sales lot. Apply Inperaon laundry room one acre,2172 119.95 fS.OO 964-51)65 _.
3 BR. S bath. C/HAA -WEBUILD-
Olln'a Mobile Home FOR RENT 9645784. I t
ft. Phone
... J aq. 1TON. TRUCK A Urge garage. "Yirnr Plans Or Ours 621 North Walnut St.Storks .
Ster. .
Lot 100 5/5
Hwy Itchg 4/14 4 tpd TERWILLEGARMOTORS
Re.. 1(76 12' 65'
CAMPER -j Clean well .,.. I Mobile Florida 32091 C I.
4/21 & ---- ---- -tr't- Your .
kept. Phone 964-7492. Itpd Homo with Eipando. 3 BR 15-10 aero high land Lot Or Ours" 964-6162 '- ,
------ -- -- FOR RENT 40x60 block .f
BRICK HOME-3 bedrooms -' '.4/21 o4-7200 I and throo-fonrth B, *. pared road Graham FREE ESTIMATES (formerly AJ.Thomas

PART TIME-Wedneeday ,building.12'celling. Ideal for 2 ".th. double carport ---- -------- Washer, dryer, Iroexer, I area. Teraao. Real Eatate)
thru Saturday, Noon to 5 moat any business, SUrhearea. on nice lot carpet, YARD SALE Friday I stove, rolrbj. and furnishing -- - Remodeling Repairs
Manage Wallpaper S250/ per month. Phone Included. All .hi 1-3-6 .homeeltee 2 Additions ..
p.m. drapes, appliance Included Saturday SundayLawtey O'NEAL'SARE u' aero 3 bedroom frame ho. in I
hop. Call. alter 5 p.m.. 782. 964-5606.TF/C_ !' Phone 9648630. 9 .... until. 225 THE collinS condition. miles N.W. el St...... Homes Bought Brooker. on .4 lot., pay .
3337. itch. .4/21 421SOMETHING ---- - treet. /
TRAILER SPACE 2 miles 4/14 2tpd Wed 11/4 mile. Roger A
-------- ---- BACK Re*. :3BR 1 anal three- Frame bonce .la town, 2 Sold Traded
outside city, complete hookup ----- --- ---- Carter.182.39780.782.3911. -----
JOB OPENINGS CETA ). Phone 964. .6365 any Itpd .4/21 fourths B, Brick .._.. bedroom LR .kitchen. FR. 3 bedroom frame house !
PSE applicant must meet : SPECIALJust Nice aolghborhood. I Very raaaenablo.Frame between Ralford and Lake
time. 414LARGE *:I/ ---- -------- CompleteLawn ACREAGE FOR [ I
certain Income and employment - -- --- outside city limit on RADIAL SAW 10 Inch. 28900. - Butler, on one acre.
criteria. To Inquire APARTMENT 'Ie. Power, 2/3 aero lot. with stand. Excellent\ condi Care ---- houoe b town 3 SALE -----

please come to Florida State upstairs with centralheatair Urge pine, 3 BR Home, in tion. 175. Phone 964-6653. Farm. A Acer. 24 acre .. bedroom, 2 bath, living 964-6853 Modern 2 bedroom home

Employment: Service 209 downtown. Phone good condition cheap- Itpd 421LOTS beautiful woodland.. Pecan, reos. 2 car carport SOl South with carport* central heat
W.C.D.Ster..... 32091. Itchg 9647271. 18000. Phone Wayne at ---- ---- ---- 964-6120 oak and scattered pl... torago area, Walnut Highway and alrand fenced In back. I.
4/21 964-6991 or Art at 473-2039. FOR SALE Lot 60 ---- Street StarkeMOBILE yard.
--- -- ----- -- 4/14 T'.chgSUMMER 4/14 TF/chg Crystal Lake 5000. Lot 964-5823 R... :3BR IB Brick onappro - __ ___ r '
- - on
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---- -------- 58 with double trailer, *.2A with .1..pecan '3 BR 2 bath C....home with F. D..I.DoThoDlu. '
:! : COTTAGES on BLOCK HOUSE-throe BR, 19000. Phone 782-J326, 845- 964-8705 4/u. tree*. Good. Term. Urge FR .to ta.... Very Reg.Real. Estate Broker I

LOST & FOUND Kingaley Lake Air condi- Farmer' Homo Ad... 4143. Itchg 421WINNEBAGO 4/28 ---- alto. E... weekend
tioned.. Meekly. Phone 533- financing available. 114.700. Waterfront- have - HOME 533-2210 I II
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2366. See at 616 Pinewood Drive FIFTH waterfront property 2 BR 1 bath frame I. town. I
-------- ---- 4/14 4tpd 5/5 964-5836.. 4/21 available. I
01 phone ltpd WHEEL 28 feet, will eellaloaeerwlth Mobile Home - PARK ASSOCIATES
LOSTi SIBERIAN - - --- ------------ 1974 Jeep pick' ---- M.bile home with .largo Arthur Bruno

HUSKY-Blue eyes, male, LARGE APARTMENT FRAME HOUSE with brick up. Both are leaded and la Service Poles If '0. are Interacted In addition on 1.8 acre elf Inside City Limit. .".w"eDoI.468.1572 I
named Katkan. Reward. Downetalra FurnUhed. front living room, dining excellent condition. Phono telling your property give SOl Seuth. Owner financing. Walk to Bradford Square
Phone 9648001. Itpd 4/21 Adults Only No Pet. Phone room/kitchen combination 782-3347. 4/21 3tchg 5/5 100 AMP u* a can today. Or Downtown Harold Eppe I
---------- -- 9644352. BR, 1 1/2 baths, CH/A. On - eve.wkendu96466l6Judith I
------------ 12O" Paul II.Faulkner
LOST GERMAN .4/14 TFchgMOBILE I acre outside city limits Rfoltor 3 BR, I bath, CB homo 130 Per MonthAll
SHEPHERD-Male. black. .--------- 30000.. by owner. Phone 100 AMP- with FR very nlco, Conveniences Flynneve.
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A brown 8 months old. IIOME-2 BR, 964-6580. 4/14. 4tpd 5/5 House Cleaning 208" -,Associates- swimming pool Ia ta... Flro city,Police Protection, .wkend 964-8384 I

Brown dog collar w/record A/C. 12' wide. In country.$110month. ----------- .
Irene L.Ftulkaer Gaa.Water .adSe.e.
GEORGE ROBERTS JR. City
of ehota. Last eeen onForayth Phone 9645261or MOBILE HOME-12x65 SpecialAny I Steve Simmon

Rd. Phone 4311399 964. .8245. llpd 4/21 1973 Talloak Phone 964. Single Story F' W.M. 9645142Ss.aa M.Bakksa. Reg.Fhon Real.Eitate 964-7820 Broker Jo-Lu Motel ....wkende 964-5881
5:30 Itch 4/21 ---- 4/21 2tch 4/28 ,
after : p.m. ----- --- 7183.
House 29.95 964.6172Epglstered:
----------- MOBILE HOME- 3BR 4.S.22S5at j
lurnlthed. No utilities Two Story House n > s.r tt .1 OPEN Saturday A.M. 964-8810 I

spacious grounds, no pelt, 1 HELP WANTEDFull 39.95 to 69.95 r/e/ > erim

PERSONAL or 2 email children. Phono None Higher Ralph Bryan .'
SERVICESAVON 782-3279. Itchg 4/21 Or PartTimeFor Mobile Homes 19.95 ...

---- ------- Pizza Hut This Is a pressure and I STROUTREALTY Real Estate Lillian C. Pearson
C9 INC
chemical cleaning
EFFICIENCIESS30week Real Real Estate
Apply In Person ." 9645196FOR 32 .oil SR 100. Just
CALLING t buy ; MOTEL ROOMS guaranteed to remove Estate Broker aero
or sell Avon phone 755-2807 125/........ Furnlehed 9HI N. Temple Ave Starke mildew bugs. stains SALE-Large ...... South ol City. Good

or write Lome (;I.U. P.O. utilities" Included clean and on big;lot. This house baa 9 timber 155.000. STARKE
Fred Sackett
Box 220 Lake. City, Florida. quiet. Starlite Motel 301, 3 etc.Call Collect 964-8961 rooms and close In. Good -- --- Neat and comforatblo t BR
TFChc_ miles north of Starke.. after tor a largo family. At Broker 22 Acre* SR 1C Weil. frame home la walking die-
.4/7 TF/chg. HELP WANTEDSewing 6 p.m. (25.000 this. weal be U.S. 301Hampton. High dry and wooded. lance to town. Central air I

MOBILE HOME MOVING 42185 available much longer. .Florida .2 .000. large storage/utility,
Machine
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also mobile home hurricane --- -- 115,500.
anchoring and mobile COMMERCIAL! Operators Wanted FOR SALE-A b..I.... Phone 468-17 Lake home Silver Sand. - -
homo roof coating. Olln' PROPERTYNow BRASINGTONCadillac building with parking and 3 BR furnished house with 2 BR frame with carport

Mobile Home Service. Phone available on SJl. 100 Experienced HelpfulBut Oldsmobile living quartan. Part el adjoining acreage avail refrigerator and .t."..
964-0606. Highway. 100W.. In city limits of .....- Sales & Service this dtislrnbl property I I. TF-Chg able. S8,000. Just out of city limit.
Starke. TFchgVACUUM New Brick Bldg.-Corner Not NecessaryWill leased to yet can get 3 --- 115000.
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lot. Ajacent lot toned Train Fine Selection OfUied and one-half. year I...... ,------, 3 BR block houa with 2 - -

CLEANER RE. commercial alao. Con Taken On On busy highway. aero -oil Brownie Road. 8.7 acres Highway 100-S at i
Apply In Person Wall Prilling I 24400.
PAIRS aO make. all Cadillac Trade 1100.000.Braber 100-A 15500.
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LK.EDWARDS.il Lake Butler - -
..del.. Starke Sewing Cen Apparel 2001 N.W.13 3785301GAINESVILLE
A A9SOC.INC.: So.th I I to 1)7 acres off SR 100 10 SR 230 and
215 East Call Street Oa 100 I 1/4 Mil 2" thru 6" } acre facing
ter. South front ll,100/.cre. FToriland Realty
",HI312. 4tpd .473-2669 1 Blk. W. Of From loterooctloo. el 301 I Wilson Road 122.000.
phase REALTOR Union General TF/Chg and 100 South I Fast Rotary I Owner financing. Combination Going - -
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business with nice 5 1/2 acres facing two
I Drilling Equipment 2 and ...-..If to 200 acre apartment roada divided hs
NEED HOME IMPROVE North ol Lawtoy. Front on 1.88 acres; with graded
MENTS OR REPAIRS STATE LICENSED ... 40726 ft. on 301. creek, $9,000.
11,300// Owner llnaac-
Ih-epUcea, remodeled AND PAPERHANGING --- - -
DONE? for PAINTING Peggy'sBallard I "..
.kitchen, baths. --- Cheap way to get your own 36.35 aeroa, US 301 north.

addition, ........ or on- I Pump. Restricted budding let. business Prime location 156.500.
dosed carport. P". ... M.." & Sons Inc. Plant Parlor ___ near Gauntry Club. Owner 45' x 55' Bid email ami.down. - -
cue Grllli. 4732108. I Imaaclag. Let u*how you this LAWTEY
.. I New & UsediSalesPartsService property. Small 5 room frame heueeon
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TFICBOOTS Residential Commercial 'Industrial 2165 N. Temple On 301 I NEED .cr..... Small or 10 A; 12--percent-- down.SaL 12000.1.4 acre-fenced. peatare, :
In
large Hampten area.
hi 10 - .
Across from Farmers Markt yr*
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InsuredWorkmanship Commercial building.. next
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I E-Z Terms II \ 24 ACT.1000 ft.. on SR 11 Lot In Star..... ISO x 150'l5.000. to barbershop. 15000. :

at Guaranteed NOW OPEN I I II I II Term w.et.a..Ddl.. 838,000. -- --- 5 ..... 8R USE $1,500.19.lscreswithake3R. ..
Plumbing -----
I 2 BR Frame House .. one- -
20 Aero Rallord area
CARRADINESJUSTINWRANGLER Gainesville 904/376-1137 I Dairy barn well A pump. half aero lot. frame homo, t50jOOO.
Tomato Plants i29c! I New Installation IJOjBOO. ----
4 BR Brick. nice area, - -
abort. walking distance totown. 29 aero, on US 301, I
} Remodeling ---- '
Hanging Baskets I WE HAVE OTHERSI! $3300..:. _, : I
DIRT
FILL -----
Repairs PHONE RALPH BRYAN ;;;
Alway the largest 3 BR.\ C.B. House. Nice BoamUhl .'51.8 aero I
aoUctioaiAlwayo REALTOR Neighborhood. .. 301. Brkk .hem with 2 I
Cypress (64-8788 fireplace 3 lIt I hath. I
Soil IDur..nc.IpUMPS. ---
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the .lowest prle. Top I $ 95 I D..N..t.. .. 100' on Lake. with trailer. CHA. barn, '....'< '

Bolt She 18 to M FiII1)irf" PicnicTables_ 59 Up .& SUPPLY [B Weekend. well A septic taah.Vernio planted naatnro. Uti...... I J'

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India --....*. Call 468-1873 Also Custom Welding I COMPANY REALTOR ArtPatray Aaooclato 473-2039 P. OdemRegletorod Real 7824397.LoIn Zbtporor. 944-7154. << ..

lee.. N. Temple Ave. Estate Broker. Lillian Pearton ,

CARKADINE-8 STEPHEN SMITH Bumpers & Roll Bars Starke .Wayao Deaglai. 964-7700 REALTOR,
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LEATHER SHOP 4-6991. 96447. .I

U.8.301 ;TAR ROUTE HAMPTON. Pl..A. Hours: Noon 8 P,M. Daily I .964.706..1 or PeariAadruws Lawtey.FUrida 7SX-384M

1 mile edith 782-3400 el Lawtoy. .L..__________ (64-6193 Anoeiatt

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II New County Switchboard Operating Without HitchWithout I ., r ,h ,M


a hitch the 'electronic Clark Leips representing the people conc pt." He told be accomplished with the In- .
, computerized switch- First Communication Corporation the assembled courthouse stallation of the switchboard.
board in the Bradford County of Winter Park officials and county commis- I
t courthouse went into opera called! the new system a "for sioners three benefits would ".
lion Thursday. April 14. A savings of $3,494 per year 4
enabling callers for county A'ould be had and people
offices to dial one number .$f" A-ould have better access to ,
I '"ref The number 964-6280 will government with one phone ; : I
handle all the calls for the number, said Leips. He said I
\ courthouse and the agriculture the operator will transfer the
building civil defense :aller to the department that 2 6 r _
I county maintenance barn is needed and provide information bl arty e \
1 auto inspection station and the to the walk-in '
county fire department. The customer. I .
Bradford County Health : f __.-t/. ;.. "//I. i

Department will not be in- added communication
\ E Leips Internal l
cluded in the central switch will be Taking the first call on the computerized ilvlihtiurd in HUM;
board. ___ available courthouse: is county commissioner :Mrs. hazel I'aiilk 1'.co'lIII:
I Callers for the Sheriff's De- any phone phone without can dial using any outside other directions from Clark Leips representative of First ('11I11;,
partment for other than court miniicalions Corporation.
lines. Each
BMS Yearbook DecHctitctl.Mis. house hours 8:30: a.m. to 5pm" ( conference person can transfer make Making sure the call is handled correctlyuret,, comity roin->
calls mission chairman George Roberts commissioner :Marie
should call the jail iM>4-
Jack' i.l.iin' ) TraxHi'k mid Bradford Middle School i l 6161, the emergency number calls hold and consult calls Carter switchboard operator Mrs. I'atIarlln: county cle'rkti
.pilot ipal Jesse .lire rend the dedication message/ to Mrs The jail is also hooked into the and new outside calls.would He said the Gib Brown commissioner E.lIodlt'1i( and zoning directorL.M. !
I Trawick in lie l 1I.li-! -77 Iliirrlranr 111I11I1:11.11. new switchboard and can be system benefit Gaines. ;
Bradford
:\ .... Iniukk. a leather for o\ -rears( in the Bradford reached through the 964-628U the need County to "as long as
('on nt\ Schul.t.h: | | 'ni. ha. lieen al BMS: : since it opened in lMiH.! number during regular communicate is -
The iiiinual slalf message sa>s, "to :Mrs.. .'.111I' Trawick who ha. working' hours.In present. ; If ..r
Iwen it dedicated (teacher. leader, and friend lo csrryone al the addition to county officials ; nnJJ-IIII -
inidillc .c Th.ink > ou for sharing >our id'al..lIlI.i affections on hand for the r' The new system under a _
with us all." inauguration of the switchboard lease purchase agreementwith
siiu-e IP9! ( describes !Mrs. Alan iPat First Communicationwill ..
1ltorc. \\hu has known Mrs. Trawkk l was I > JZ&1k Ettiiii' ITI )
her ;.is a ",.fieiiliiius. mid concerned leacher." Martin who was hired to cost $914 monthly. Cost to
handle the new console. Mrs. the county will be $389 month-
; !Martin and her husband an ly equipment payment on 1

Fuel Costs............................ employee at Union Correc- computerized the $34,000 and $338 lease for purchase 1I I I
tional Institution, have been in rental of
ceded to make application for Bradford County for two Kirby, area supervisor for First Communications Corporation interconnecting. telephone 1I
I From. Page! I II) and Clark Lrips company representative. lines. 1j I
::1 i mechanic's helper which is year
I clung) VIi tils SI'red lo mil immediate need of the ._ ,p ls. M
I dIIOl\'II MrwlThe cit i ly j
million ruined .1-1 1 I with Gave Kecrealion: Committee 2 Police Cars Wrecked In ChaseA I
1-,1'::| | ''. \\irri'ii. ,uul l Scluti'ler: spokesman Charles
\oiiniK yes. and Haters tin Johns permission lor temporary 17 year old juvenile that Searcy and Danny Parmenterin 1 1r 1t
\\ omen ;IMI! brought up the employment, until June 1 1.nl 1. had been picked up by Starke chase in separate cars. w
nuillff nl the :M\rtlf Street Cheryl I Godwin to fill the Police Sunday April 17 for The youth headed west on
bridge in I'liu-hiixen :SuhlllMM \acuncy: lei I by I the: resignation breaking probation sparked a SR-230 and turned south onto
"lll. lull ass told l 1)\ ('lt> i if former Recreation dramatic auto chase that Colley Road attempting lo
MlnrnrA I I'Ul'gl' I'li-rce that l 1 Direct or Kandall Davis. Johns eventually two law 'elude the officers. When he, p
llif Drp.iitmriil\ ol Tran porKilKin said (Godwin has a tour-year: enforcement cars. turned onto Colley: Road the
luid lurm-d( down I the degree i in I'tcrt'allonork and Only injury in the chase juvenile locked up the brakeson ..,- p,.'
rth''s tiller ol right ol walilting > Ins recommendation that she occured when the Bradford the car and was struck in .
I this' -trwl( I Tinletter In- paid >it I the base rate drawnh County juvenile forced the rear by Captain Khoden's 5 *: -
troni ltlT| aid lh.it its plan Dates) ili.6iB( ) per year) Bradford County Sheriff's car. Another attempt to elude y "j
'lur I impniMnu' drainage off without' Davis's supplement Deputy Eugene Lee off SR-100 the police occurred hl'n he jJ
I :S .sin called I lor tl1UI:' (if was approved.Derided at 65 mph. Deputy Lee suf. ran deputy Lee off SIMon. Lee J,
Francis, Street instead of to contact the fered a cut on the head w hen was trying to pass the youth's
\1\MillIll County Commission to see if his car went into the ditch and vehicle on the left side and s I IiLf
illii-r,' action the Council that hoard would be willing to hit a culvert. He was treatedat was forced off the road into l-..aI. ....;; ...... t.111 I
MiUtl' IUl'llIlul'l"d" on public puy half the cost of a $4H.KMl( ) Bradford County Hospital the ditch. ( I
luiliihtv inMiruiii-i- required new lire engine: if the city and released. At this point Captain Bobby socks and pony tails on 50's Day Contest winners lIt
li\ lluMiitc.. SIIH-C Ihl'I'lthas decides to buy one Operating on instructions of Rhode tried to shoot out the Southside Elementary school :Melanieood.. Kobin :Stein. I
IIi, such. ixilicN at the presenttune Agreed to investigate probation authorities. Starke tires of the youth's vehicle as Dianne Wood. Melissa Jackson and :Marie Doughman (sitlinui. j
I Warren said he had been lease-purchase agreementsfor Police picked up the juvenile they sped south on SR-100 "' : V
ii-qiu-stetl to bring! the subjectup \ a new back-hoe i estimatedcost early Sunday morning whenhe toward the youth's residence. \ y yy i
The The 1950'sStudents
It Looked In
.liv. insurance agent Gerald .21.000) to $:m.OIMJI.lIt'ard ). was spotted drinking a beeron He was apprehended after he Way
Hum n. who said, he could sub- Clerk Edwards ask US-301 near Western Auto. ended the chase at his home. I t
nut standard I plan lor a for the umpteenth time. He was then carried to the The Florida Highway Patrol at Southside Starke Her teacher is MrsErnestine
luilulit. policy il the city "Where is the money coming police station to await his was called in to investigate Elementary School got into : Register 4
would ilium him an "agent of I rom" lather's arrival. the wrecks and they chargedthe the spirit of the 1950's by \\ inners in the lourth gradewere
record. I He said this designation \ Heceived Attorney When his father arrived the juvenile with two counts of competing in a costume :Melanie and Duinne
was necessary before he Pierce's report that the deed youth darted out the rear door wreckfess' driving, and one contest :March 25 ending a \\(ilK\\. II. daughters 01 :Mr and
l'IIuld act on behalf ol the city was ready on a 300xuu-ft.:: \ plotat and drove off in his father'scar each 01 leaving the scene of an week of history highlights. Mrs.: 1. II\ Wood ol Marke
in obtaining quotations the old city dump for the with Captain Scotty accident with an injury, and Winners ofthe contest There teacher is :Ms. (', 1111...
The council decided lo call county to use as a waste Rhoden and Patrolman Willie using a vehicle without the were: Luw mice and David I Little. '.
lor bids on a S5n.(I55I-$Ixtt55b( > disposal pickup station.lIl'ard owner's consent. Sixth grader Henry son ol :Mr and :Mrs. Richard..
SliTi.omi! :!: policy to be opened on Street Supt. S.R. 5..L Browder 12. son of :Mr and G \Little of Starke Ills I
June :21.! (Hicks state need for $2.000 .- >s ehaaa..4. -- !Mrs. (Hank Browder Starke. teacher is :Ms ('\wlee
BMS Students At U.S.
The Council also' worth of 8-inch pipe and a CapitolSixtynine Some tough looking dudes from the 'SO'S Day contest at His teacher is :Mrs. Julia I. IWITIICVThird ;
\Discussed the CEUA TitleII new motor for the garbage Southside Elementary are (tl-r) Mike Campbell. David Little Kipplmger: and Kobin Stern.II grade \\ winners eivMike
\ Program/ as presented: by truck which "blew" its $600 Bradford Middle The students sat in the same (front), Andy Chaff, and Henry Browder, daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. : Cluippell. )9. sun ol :Mr .
Commissioner Epps. who said engine. School students and seats where Members of Roland Stern of Starke. Her and Mrs: Hi rain ('hiJppt..1I| III t tMarke
the heads(\ of each city department Gave Fire Chief Eldon chaperones had a special treat Congress usually sit during teacher is Mrs. Elaine Wood l His teacher I is Mr" I
\ could do their o\\ n hiring Sapp permission to buy a $303 when I they \'isitedI ith sessions of the House. Fuqua Beth Freeman and :Marie I II
under this set-up with the radiator from Terwillegar Congressman Don Fuqua re pointed out many of the high. Fifth grader.AndyChalf. II. I)1111 Ih IlILIJ1. e. daughter ol :Mr.
program paving all ..costs !Motors to replace one cently on their tour of the lights of the (House Chamber, son of :Mrs. Bobbie Fa\e Chaff and :Mrs Billy \Doughnuui utMarke
including/ .5 per cent for "busted" on the city's No. 1 Nation's; Capitol. including w here I the President of Starke. I His teacher: is :Mrs. '
administration. Itlas de lire truck.Clean After talking with Fuqua stands and the VicePresidentand Sandra Duncan and :Melissa Each: contest winner
and having a picture taken Speaker sit during the Jackson 10. daughter of :Mr. \received an Elus: I'reslex
'*****Extira Car *****'* with the 'ongressman on the (President's State of the Union ; and Mrs. :Marc Jackson ol record
steps of the U.S. Capitol address hick was only a fete

i kULLiE( ; AUTO ;c::: sentatives.floor Fuqua: of took the (House them of onto Repre the group feet awayIrom was seated where the r: __ DO rnaY6UJfi l -



-i lUff t t1 (LE.L L L SALES ', Finn Seek inn Local Talent

English a the native or official language of countries
.1976 COUPE DEVILLE 1976 CHEV. 1. Area residents interested in women unskilled and semiskilled covering one-fifth of the earth's surface.
0 I possible employment with labor, in areas of
p1"t
.!:! Silver Loaded MONTE CARLO n I I Bear Archery are reminded assembly workers woodworking "
D.. I by the Bradford County skills, clerical and
14.000 Mites, Black -. Chamber of Commerce about data processing will be held in Ft
interviews being held in the Gainesville Chamber .
I I Gainesville April 22-23, 9 a.m. building 300 East UniversityAve. Energy Savings
$8495 $4995 I, to 5 p.m.
Interviews for men and h.r'
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1975 DODGE PICKUP 1975 AT BLAZER 8 Aw I MIKE MITCHELL CENTRAL HEAT & AIR

&II. Slver., v-a. Long Bed 4 Wheel D-' LIAR HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. Junior Woman's Club Receives Plaque
:I Completely Installed
I 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla.

: $2995 $4895 a .

"- 372.4251 BC223JE3nrtaim 372-4251 Hazel Hardy receives a plaque of appreciation on .behalf of the
&. | Junior Women's Club from Jesseolbrrt.. Bradford County
1974 fORD RANGER 1973 DATSUN .s chairman for the :March of Dimes.
U More The Junior \\omen's Club donated its proceeds from a performance $1,590
Cars For People
A/C. A/T Extra Sharp PICK UP :: "More "Hello.. Dolly!" to the North Central Florida :Marchof

Than Anyone Else" TI Dimes fund.

$2995 $1695 :

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: 1975 fORD GRANADA 1972 fORD .. Don't Waste Open (PLUS ANY NECESSARY ELECTRICAL WORK )

SHORT BED ; 7 DaYK r.. S
: with Air 16.000 Miles
Pick UpX3295 '?' A Week
Your Income Tax
& FREE NOME SURVEY
$1995 :

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... .. Refund

... 1975 fORD PICKUP 1975 _

*. V.S. Long Bed RABBIT In'X I This Year Buy A Mobile Home


S $2995 x2495V S' From Mark Olin I I I I I I Itn

Tax Refund.. Specials


1975 fORD SUPER CAB 1972 DODGE PICKUP! I 260 CJuMtioa' 3BR-2B MII7A


c. Low Miles like New Long Bed !: t'3295 '1290 x Carrie i


$3995 51450"I N* DMM Pay...>s Fir Weft,.. I I I I 1 1I


24 Hour Expert Service On.All Makes Of

1968 1970 CHEV. i-1ffi
; OLIN'S-
MW Air Conditioning & Heating EquipmentSAWYER
PICKUP % TON ::


i $495 5995 : Hwy 100 Starke 964-5606 MOBILE HOMENO


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : MONEY DOWN FOR PRIOR SERVICE PERSONELLSEETHE Air Conditioning

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED CHAMPION MOBILE HOME
473-4470 & 473.4078 : MOBILE HOME 332 : '
.4t' WITH DRY WALL CONSTRUCTION AT OLINS, 'A11r!

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