Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04102
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04102
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I Increase Predicted In County PopulationPredictions ; BRADFORD CD cf F \. 1 I

that Bradford Starke is preparing/ its own were: Starke, 5,068 to 6,750; required by law, to be com-
County will show a 10,000 In- plan, which will be viewed at a Lawtey, 676 to 900; Hampton, pleted. Other elements, to be '
crease in population by 1995 public hearing in the court- 496-630;. Brooker, 396 to 520. developed later, will include
were made at a county house next Thursday night water resources, waste
planning map "rap session' May 5.Mutch. Mutch said that of the 10,000 disposal, housing, utilities, '-
following Tuesday night's growth predicted? for the and others. All must be
regular meeting of the County stressed the point county, it is believed that one- completed by the deadline rtrr.apij.
Zoning Board. that the maps are intended as third will take place in the July 1, 1979.A .
a guide to orderly growth for Starke area; one-third in the workshop session will be
Samuel A. Mutch, local the next 20 years, and shouldbe southeastern triangle that held at the May 31 meeting of -
assistance planner with the revised from time to timeas dips into the Keystone lake the County Zoning Board at
North Central Florida conditions change. The law region; and the other third in which time Mutch will presentthe
Regional Planning Council requires updating at least the remainder of Bradford. narrative description of
said the The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
projections were every five years, he said. the plan for review by the t i
based on growth trends over Mutch said the land use planis board. After' this session ..
the past 26 years. The Population projections for the first element of the dates will be set for final 98th Yea Starke,Florida 15 cents

projected population increase towns in the county ((1971>-1995)) overall comprehensive plan public hearings on the plans. 52ndlesue Thursday\'prll28 Copy .
from 14,778 at present to 24,350 ,
by 1995 was shown to stress
the importance of land use

future.planning Representatives in the from county's three May 5 Hearing 'H;

small Bradford municipalities -. :

; Lawtey, Hampton,
and Brooker, took part in the
question and answer session
I with little opposition voiced to :
land use maps presented by '
Set On
! Mutch for these three towns, City's'Land .

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public hearing on the Cityof Manufacturing, warehousing. State and will be compelled to 1

'r.r Starke land use plan map Institutlona --Public and pay the cost. 11 i
for 1977-1995 will be held at 7 private institutions The Comprehensive Plan t

In JulyTwo p.m. Thursday, May 5, in the includes nine elements, of !
County Commission chamberof Transportation, Com' which the land use plan map is ,"
the new courthouse.The munications, and Utilities-' thev'first to be completed.. I ;

persons pled not guiltyto hearing will be con- Sewer facilities, water works, Other elements include: I

charges of murder in separ ,i,; ducted by the tenmemberCity radio stations, etc. traffic circulation; general ,' I

ate cases in Bradford County Planning Committee, of Parks and Recreation-- sanitary sewer, solid waste, '
Circuit Court Monday,. April which J.E. Tomlinson is Public and private parks and drainage, and potable water; I I
25 chairman. Explaining the recreation areas. conservation; recreation and I

Russell Starling 56, of Gra. map and giving other open space; housing; coastal .
ham,will face a jury trial July background material will be Open Space and Con- zone protection (where. ap- I t
I 11 for the murder of Elvin ,Samuel A. Mutch, local servation-Areas of environmental plicable); intergovernmental I I
, Doyle "Spec" Casey. Starling assistance planner with the concern which coordination; and utilities -I
i I is charged with the Feb. 18 North Central Florida should be preserved.AgriculturalAreas. Members of the Plan
killing of Casey in which he Regional Planning Council Committee, in addition to !

I .was shot five times with a .22 "The land is meantto mainly Tomlinson are: Walt Wescott I
use plan t
for of agriculture co-chairman
caliber pistol while inStarling's use ; Lucille Payne,
I living be a guide for the future allowing homes on lots of 2M secretary; Harold Davis, '
\ room. Middle School stralght-A students for the fourth six-weeks The five honor students represent less than one. percent of the development of the City of acres in size. Gene Matthews, George t
. Assistant public defender are (l-r): 'rontDennis Chesser and Laurte Oehler. rear- student body. Starke," Mutch. said Pierce Joe Williams .
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John J. Kearns filed a notice f
Her Sherra Mott and "It is based
Joey res Debbie Parmenter. yesterday. on The Local Government McMillan, technical advisor
E of defense of insanity April 13, existing land uses present in ;
Comprehensive Planning Act .
Julius Royal, and John Sch-
and is expected to t
argueStarling's the city today,and upon future of 1975 mandates all counties midt. I
insanity. innocence due to 5 Earn Straight A's At Middle SchoolFive land use needs as of determinedby and municipalities in Floridato Purpose of the hearing is to I f

;i The second murder case : projections populationand adopt comprehensive plans obtain public input into, the f
the natural environment I, 1979. Those who fail
\ involves the killing of Florida by July plan and all citizens of Starkeare V
; State Prison Inmate Ralph students out of 735 at eighth grade studen,and likes Corbett, James Scot Craft. Nancy Lea Wallace, Charles of Starke.translated These factors are to do so will have plans encouraged and urged to I
I then into the land
I Young on Nov 23. George Bradford Middle School made science and math Nora May Culbert, Ronald Morris Williams use plan and accompanying' prepared for them by the attend. f j

I Young, Jr., (Ino relation) is the-all A-Honor Roll for the Sherra Deann Mott, 14, Darren Davis, Tamara Ilene Eighth wade students on narrative through citizen
charged with that murder. fourth six weeks grading daughter of Mr and Mrs. Denton, Charles Jerome the A-B Honor Roll are:
in all of the
which ended March ,' Kenneth Mott of Kingsley Brown Monica Marie Green Tammy Gall Baldree participation steps
Young was shot in the fore period 8 .
head with a handmade pistol Straight-A students, Lake. Her favorite subject is Teresa Ann Harley, Robert Charlene Mary Beam, Connie planning NCFRPC process.has projected that Tuesday Hearing ]
Nov. 23 and died the next day. representing less than one math and she is in the eighth John Harris, Camilla Fay :Jean Cane, Rebecca Leigh Starke will increase in

Young's trial is also set for percent of the student body, grade. Livingston, Gay Lynn, Cooper, Diane Marie Culbert, population from the 1976'esfimate"vt"J',0e8
July 11.Two Deborah Lynn Parmenter: 4oy0'Liue4l.dlrjw9Ldf-nthy) .to"an4estimated ,' .j'
are'. :!*"i ** Marie \ "
eighth grade daughter of Mr. Henderson, Carol
Inmates pled not guiltyto
Michael Chesser 11 Slated
Dennis The
6,750 by On
of and Mrs Vernon Parmenterof Lichtenberger, Lori Ann Lucile Hildreth, Brenda Lee City
charges escape, kidnapSee seventh of Mr. and based
grade son projection was on
Hampton, Debbie, 13. says Lawson, Sybil Janice Kelly; Hines, Karen Annette Holtz,
( Page( 7)) Mrs. Willis E. Chesser of growth over the past 26 years,
Starke. Dennis social her favorite subjects are math Cynthia Ann Heaton, Janet Betty Jean Kite, Luana Layne Mutch said.Charles .
says and science. Marie Jordan, Tabitha Anah Mundorff John
'vfjyf !iiuw ltricSATURDAYAPRIL30 \ studies is his favorite subject. Folson, Terrie Lynn Mathews, Powell, Regina Joseph Renae Keister, also of the
Laura Alexandra Oehler Seventh graders the A-B NCFRPC, said he had "a gut
on Regina Lynn Mcintosh, Rasnick, Suzette Theresa Grant
seventh grade daughter of Mr. Honor Roll are: Thomas Edward Powell, Lisa Rodnquez William Ernest feeling" that this area of Housing
and Mrs. Howard Oehler of Ann Norman, Randy Caesar Seay Kelly Elaine Slade, Florida is "going to explode"populationwise I
Starke. Laura, 12, likes math. Tina Marie Best, Diane Parado, Julia Marie Pen- Vicky Ellen Sheffield within the
e42 Yvonne Blzier, Lourdes Maria darvis, Michael Ernest Catherine Jones Sherwin, next few years, and should be Public hearing on a $214,000 housing in low-income areas,
I Joseph Michael Herres, 14, Castenada, Vickie Lynn Southerlan.l, Robert Marion Elizabeth Ann Starner, prepared for the growth by application for a low-income such as updating plumbing, I'
son of Mr and Mrs: Herb Carver, Lorraine Michelle Starling, Karen Denise Angela Hope Starling, Terri adequate planning. housing assistance grant from installing insulation and
I Herres of Starke. Joey is an Chambers, Kenneth Glenn Thorpe, Lynn Marie Wallace, Lynne Thomas. Appearing on page 8A of this HUD is set for the regular weatherstripping to meet new
issue is the land use plan map Council meeting at 7 p.m. energy-conservation require- "

J for Starke, as determined by Tuesday, May 3. ments, as well as improving
the Starke Planning Committee street paving and water linesin \I
after several months of At the April 19 Council "target" (low income and

First State Guard Units study, with professional meeting, Mayor-Commissioner minority) areas. I
assistance from the NCFRPC Charles Schaefer said He said the funds are not an I
staff. It was emphasized that the preliminary applicationfor outright grant, with the city
the land use plan map is NOTa the 100 per cent grant had obligated to put up only "front !
zoning map, but is a general, already been filed through the money" for the plan of opera
"LITTLE GRIP" flexible guide to growth which North Central Florida Re- tion. These funds can be taken i

, KIDNEYFUNOChicken To Hit can be changed from time to gional Planning Council, and out of administrative money if I
I Dinner Blanding: SaturdayUnits time to reflect change within the city had been invited to the city gets the grant, Keister .

11 a.m.' t .rn.TO the city. The law requires thatit make a "full applicant" due inHUD's said. I
&Y Parking Lot be updated at least every Jacksonville office by Although a June 3 deadlinehas

of the Florida Army from Jacksonville, the 705 will be able to handle about rooms, administration and five years. June 3.Charles. been set for completion of I
The Country PlayboysNew National Guard will begin Military Police company from 8,000 increasing to 10,000 next supply space. "Although the land use plan Keister, of the the final application, Keister
Ja x. Armory annual training exercises for Cocoa and the 53 support year and 12,000 the following The second phase,costing $2 map is not a zoning map it NCFRPC staff,said yesterday said NCFRPC: is required to Y !
each battalion with in The million and for 1977 that Starke was not in the top send the application to the r
a.m.-l p.m.S5 couple 15 days beginning headquarters year. increase in numberswill planned can be anticipated that future I
Saturday, April 30, at Camp St. Petersburg and units In St. be possible under the completion will have two zoning decisions will be 13 grant applicants in the 11- Tallahassee "clearing house" f
Dyal Cemetery Blanding.The Pete, Tampa and Plant City. camp's five year $7-8 million complete companysizedareas guided by the plan," Mutch county Region III, but 45 days In advance of that I. I
WORKDAY local guard unit, 631st The first week will be program to bring the 72,379 and battalion said. "It should be em- "ranked very high" and had date. This means the applica- I
7 am.until Maintenance Company, will the main and spenton of acres back into shape so the headquarters, administration phasized that the plan been invited to make a final tion must be winging its way : :
PLEASEBRINGMOWER attend for its 15 days active the second week post will be part entire 4,400 men in the Florida building, battalion supply and provides more land in each application as an alternate, in to Tallahassee by this '
duty from May 28 to June 11 bivouac. will spentin In. National Guard can train rations breakdown building category than will be neededby the event one of the top 13 Thursday, Keister said. I
Training there the and officers' failed to make final application The May 3 hearing on the
with approximately 2,800 elude of same time. quarters. 1995 in order that the free
MONDAY MAY other guardsmen from firing weapons, Also planned is to upgradeand market will be able to make or dropped out of the application will be for the
tactics tactical exercises
'I" Housing, the major program for some other of
: renovate the receiving public
"throughout Florida. first aid anJputting sewer choices on location. purpose
The local unit, commandedby map reading drawback, was partially system and renovate the The categories of land use reason. input concerning which areas
Elks & Elkettes David L. Bennett into actual practice taken care of in the $1.7 tanks Keister said the grant of the city should be given
Capt. artillery range so can shown on the map are meantto
things that go into making .million first phase. Con could be t
Starke Lodge 1802 under First Sergeant J.E. fire all but their heaviest loadsat be general guides to the money used for priority for receiving grant ,
units operate successfully struction included three 40-
Dinner 7p.m. Tomlinson will.have about 200 army said Bennett Blanding. uses which will be permitted improvements to substandard monies, Keister said I
man barracks a
Meeting tp.m. members to report for the Guardsmen will be putting sized .area adjacent company to the Other national guard activities within each category Mutch
training period. The unit planned for May is the explained. "It is the
into action the things taught at airfield that included an
LIBRARY BOOK SALE expects to have several to the armories during weekend administration graduation and com responsibility of the zoning New KH Development l
May 2.7 enlist just to attend the assemblies supply hall missioning exercise of the ordinance to set specific
training duringthe building, a 100-man mess ,
Reg. Library Hours training Florida National Guard permitted uses, lot sizes and
year. The troops will be two barracks, a bachelor
"We always, do, believe it taught such things as main- officers' quarters and Military Academy Officer setbacks within" the zoning I
Presented To
Candidate School class Bd.
Lawtey Council classification he Zoning
or not, stated SSG John W. tenance and care of equipment latrines.
7:30p.m.BRADFORD. number 16. Land uses shown on the plan
Hersey. "They enjoy going to and ground operation, I i
will be held
The exercise
and from Bennett said. Also completed is a map are: plans for will before
camp getting away Preliminary $tarhng the
CO. Sunday, May 22, at the RandalF. Single Family (1-2( dwelling appear
the routine, and the money Prior to the arrival of each dispensary containing another subdivision in the County Commission Monday
COMMISStON9:30..m medical and dental Chitty Armory on Edwards units acre), allowing
does not hurt any," said main body for training an per rapidly growing Keystone to seek approval of plans for
: Hersey. advanced detachment will examination rooms a Road at 11 a.m. A programhas conventional single family Heights area of Bradford an access road into the
Largest unit at Blanding arrive to prepare for the. pharmacy, x-ray, emergency been planned for the houses on lots ranging in size County were presented property, and other 4
require- :
'TUESDAY,MAY lab facilities families and the public to from one-half acre to one f
surgery eight the
during the training period arrival of the other troops. Tuesday night to County merits. I
April 30-May 14 will be the They will be drawing supplies, bed ward, two isolation attend the exercise. acre. Zoning Board by L.K. Edwards Freeman Register III was v I ,;
53rd Infantry Brigade with groceries, housing and the Single Family (2-4( dwelling III. given permission to advertise \
Pre.SchoolSTORY Headquarters in Tampa and many other things that are units per acre), allowing The proposed development, for a hearing on his request I ,
TIME units throughout\ Florida required to run a military School Discipline j i conventional single family Airi Woods, consisting of 22 for rezoning on 2>,i acres from j
Bradford Co. Library including: the 1st battalion 124 organization prior >to the homes on ranging in size lots, all 20,000 square feet or OR to MP at the intersectionof I
to a.m. infantry with headquarters in arrival of the main body said from. 7,500 sq. ft. to onehalfacre. larger, lies along the east side U.S. 301 and SR.221'old( ;
Miami and units located in Hersey.A of the Keystone Golf Course Hampton cutoff) for purposesof t
STARKE COUNCIL Hollywood. West Palm Beach parade will be held on Unsettled ; Multi-Family ((12 units per near the No. 8 fairway. bulk oil storage.
7p.m. Belle Glade, Homestead, andMiami Friday May 6, concluding the Question acre), including apartments Edwards was only touching Zoning director LM. Gaines I
; 3rd battalion 124 infantry training period. The public is townhouses, and duplexes. reported another "bestmonth"
base with the zoning board to
RAIFORDCOUNCIL Mobile home parks ((8 units I
with headquarters in Invited. Discipline was still a matter cific cases, but chairman get its initial reaction before with 61 construction
7:30 p.m.THURSDAY Panama City, and other units The local guard unit said for discussion Thursday April Arthur Gaskins said he had I per homes acre in parks), includes at densities mobile presenting the plat and other permits issued for a total of I w I
located in Panama City many convoys will be on the 21 with the Bradford County heard of students caught up requirements to the County $714.860; 22 mobile homes
MAY Tallahassee, DeFunlak road Saturday April 30, and School Board following March smoking marijuana in a high I to Mile units Home per Subdivisions acre. Commission Monday.The plat $128,900; 20 single family, \
Springs Quincy Chipley. May 14. The public is urged to school bathroom and no disci- dwellings $525,230 16 '
action to uphold the suspen- will then be presented at the ;
1((S units acre), consists of
Apalachicola, and Bonifay, plan travel accordingly.Over action taken.Supertntendent per miscellaneous, $38,750 two
sion of middle school student plinary May 31 zoning board ; I
mobile homes meeting
LAND USE I on individually I
battalion the four
2nd 124 month
The infantrywith periodan commercial. $21,000 and
Oliver. ; one
Billy for final approval. No
owned lots with
PLAN densities
headquarters in Orlando estimated 8,000 guardsmenfrom Board member Vernon Par I Tom Casey : up rezoning is Involved since the private dock, $980. Fees \
Brad. Co. Courthouse ,and units located in Orlando all over the state will menter brought the subject up told the board he was aware of dwellings per acre. property is already classifiedR1A. collected totaled $2,009.
7p.m. Clearwater, Dade City. take part In the training. In again saying it had come to the incident and that it had CommercialRetailommercial .
Sanford Leesburg, Lake addition there will be a his attention that more serious been turned over the Bradford (: establishments. tioyle Starling petition for, CAIt DEVOE WASH INFANTA SETFOR \
Slj,e OOnm1Unlty! Wales, and Eustis. national guard unit from Infractions of school rules had County Sheriff's Department. Office-Professional and rezoning 30 acres one mile benefit car wash for the
i'1..utr DankAce. Other units bringing the South Carolina of between 600- gone unpunished than just the Casey explained the circumstances t business offices. west of Lawtey on the south Denton DeVoe, Jr. kidney I
total estimated troop sue to 700 in August and small air were hazy as to who
"hair combing" incident that side of SR-225 from EA to OR fund will be.held Saturday, I
3,100 will be: the 144 Transportation national guard detactment may have had of Light IndustryLightmanufacturing
.. possession
Imvntf U. came, before the board in was approved, permitting the April 30, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. atHarper's
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T yrjffrmt Co. from' from Georgia in June. warehousing.
March. sale one acre lots for mobile
Gulf Service
o*.nn Imurt-nc, tr.. \ see Pale Station ton
Marianna, 111 Aviation Co. This year Blanding facilities Parmenter did not cite ape t p Heavy' Industry- or conventional home sites. .
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Church Activities school. An immunization on Monday afternoon. guest of Miss Cheryl Boyette. Jason,of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Hardee, Lawtey, attended the
against mumps is a new Sincere sympathy of the Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Louise Messer and son Tom Casey, Kathy, and Lee Gold Coast Music Festival in
Church of God: Sunday requirement ,and must be community is extended to the Phone 782-3300. Lee, of Orange Park were and Johnny Hobbs, of Starke, Pensacola Fla., April 2123.
I* School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- completed along with all other family and relatives of Miss Mrs. Lucille h T. Ivey enjoyed Saturday overnight guest of weekend guests of her son-in- Mrs. Seebe Andrews and She performed a solo "My-.
I vices It a.m. and 7 p.m. shots. Parents will be notifiedof Barbara Wilkinson who a birthday anniversary her sister. Miss Elizabeth law and daughter, Rev and Debbie, of Wildwood, Jimmy God and I" before a panel of
Prayer Meeting Wednesday the specific registrationdates passed away on Thursday celebration on Saturday with Terry and attended serviceson Mrs. Leonard Melton and Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Judges. Denise is presently a
7:30: p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: as soon as they are April Hth. her daughter, Mrs. Wyolene Saturday night and Sunday family of Haiford. Thompson, Kevan and Brian, Junior at Trinity Christian:
p.m. available. Mrs. O.J. Boyette and girls Day and son, Keith of morning and enjoyed the noon Mrs. Edith Swinney of of Jacksonville, Mrs. Gayle Academy where she par
|t Evergreen Baptist: Sunday National Library Week was went to Valdosta, Ga., on Jacksonville, and with her meal at First Baptist Church Jacksonville was an overnight Todor, Brad and Scott, and ticipates in Chorus. ,
;1 School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- observed at Lawtey Thursday for Miss Jennie son-in-law and daughter, Mr. where Brother Edgar guest of her parents, Mr and Jeff Torode, of Orange Park, Mr. and Mrs. James Andersof
', vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m T.U. 6 .Elementary School Library Burkhalter and Wade and Mrs. D.R. Brown and Wilkinson of Hollister, Mrs. J.F. Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore Palatka came after their
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday April 1822. Bulletin boards Yoeman's wedding rehearsaland Cynthia.Mr. preached all week. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bob and Ryan of Lake City, mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders
I 7 p.m. Saturday night displayed the theme, "Readon rehearsal inner. On and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thomas Wilklson, Jr. and son of and Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Saturday afternoon and she
the church enjoyed a Libraries are Something Friday, Mr. Boyette went up spent 10 days visiting which and their mother of Starke Jacksonville, were Sunday Moore of Lawtey. All of these spent the weekend with them.
fellowship get together meal Else-Libraries Have It." All and all the family attended the included a visit with their visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl afternoon guests of their gathered on Sunday to be with Mr. and Mrs. Sumter D.
and sing. students were given book wedding. Miss Cheryl nephew and niece, Mr. and Prevatt on Thursday night. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald their parents Mr. and Mrs. Harley and grandson, Bobby
I Faith Baptist: Radio marks. Boyette was a bridesmaid in Mrs. R.A. (Bobby) Whiteheadand Cecil Whitehead of Wilkison Sr., Their son was 2 Fred Moore and to help their May and Mrs.Ella Elberley of
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. Bike Safety Week ran the wedding. While there they family, of Brooksbille. On Kingsley Lake, visited Mr. years old on Friday. father, Fred Moore celebratehis Ohio recently visited
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m.Worsh'ip simultaneously with National visited with friends. Saturday they visited the and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Mrs. George Breslin and 76th birthday. Mr. and Salisbury, Concord and
''I, Services I II I n.m and Library Week At story hour Mrs. Nellie Parrish of Methodist Children's Home at Saturday morning. Another daughter Elizabeth of Mrs. David Moore, of Charlotte, N.C. Mrs. Elberleyand
7:3i: ) p.m. Prayer Meeting first grade students were Maxville, was a guest of her Enterprise. On Sunday they guest on Saturday was Donald Jacksonville, spent the Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley visited the
: I, Wednesday 7:10::)( p.m. shown a filmstrip on Bike sister-in-law, Mrs. O.J. Anders attended the First Methodist Thomas and sons of Wild- weekend with her parents, Mrs. Paul Moore, of Orange Presbyterian Missionary
Grace united Methodist: Safety on Thursday. Church at Deland. They went'to wood. Col. and Mrs. William Wilson. Park called during the week. School from which they
Sunday School 9:43; a.m Sincere sympathy of the Seaworld at Orlando on Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyette Her daughter, Elizabeth Col. and Mrs. William graduated saw many of the
Worship Services II am. and Lunch Menu community is extended to the Monday. The rest of the time Ann and David of Macclenny celebrated her 7th birthday on Wilson attended the 50th former students. They
I I 7 p.mChoir Practice 7 p.m. May LaMondavChlcken family of Harold Norman who was spent sightseeing;* were Friday overnight guestsof Sunday.Mr. wedding anniversary of returned to Lawtey on
and MVF 7:43 p.m. Wed cranberry. .with.uco.rice roll green, .p.limabtant anutbutttr passed away on Thurdsay the Mrs. Lea McClellan and their brother and sister-in- and Mrs. Waldo Pringlr Senator and Mrs. Charley Saturday night. Mrs. Elberleyand
j nesday night. pvaehvi. milk. Mrs. Elnora Privett visited law, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. of Worthington Springs and Johns on Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Harley visited Silver
United Methodist Women Tuesday-Bakttf beam with w.'ln.r, 21st.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Smith Mrs. Blanche Phillips on Boyette and family. Mrs. D.L. Shaw, of Lacross the Woman's Club In Starke. Springs on Monday Mrs.
I: met at the home of Mrs. Judy colt .flaw milk. bttcultt. butler applatauct Tracey and Sue spent the Monday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie visited their sisters Mrs. Miss Denise Hardee Elberley returned to her homein
i Becker with Mrs.\ Terry W.dnUd.y.Sp..h.tll with meat weekend with their brother-in- O.J. Boyette, Sr., Mr. Williams and family of Starke Pierce Crews and Mrs. Onie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Ohio Wednesday.
I Ofclesby as Co hostess with 16 chow. totsad .clad trench bred law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Creel, of Lake City, were Sunday afternoon guestsof Thornton, of Auburndale. .. ,
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I present. !Mrs. George Roberts peach milk.Thund.yS.IIOb..ry Tom Whaley and family of and Loman Creel, of Akron, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Mr. and Mrs. J.W, Thomas '-' .
Presided. Mrs. Frank Coss maihad potato, green steak bran with,gravy rolls, Tampa. Ohio were Friday overnight Miss Barbara Benskalski and Jay of Live Oak, Mr. and I NEW STORE HOURS:
gave the devotional and also butler, paart.. milk.Friday. Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Hampton was a weekend Mrs. Fred Moore, Jr., and Mon Frl 10:00: A.M. 5:30: P.M. Sat. 1000: 2:00
the program. After w hich the cooku.ppl.sauc.Corn dog. (ranch milk. frig peanut. spent Saturday with his Boyette, Jr., and family. -lam
meeting adjourned. A parents Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Mrs. Joyce Futch of :
r delicious luncheon was served 375-1 297 : ':;J 964-6061 Stretch
Dobbs. Blackshear, Ga., was a Sewing Class I
by the hostesses. The next 1.11"t'Y\ GAINESVILLE ep STARKE
meeting will belay! 3rd at the Dixie Youth Baseball 1977 nlt"SV

Church. Schedule 123 S. Walnut St. phone 964-6398
:Next Sunday the church JOHN'S
will observe Holy Communion April 2Ulh 5:43: Lawtey Gold e.n e.iiwi
ut the church and the com team won the first game of the 264-1353 Remodeling & Roofing Co. 24-9002 WAYNE KINNEYSINCE : Begins Wednesday May 11
munion offering/( will go to the season ,
Golden Cross Fund. Monday. :May 2 5:45: at Run MOhM CM: *)* SUk| Hmttatm. ft
I'mted Methodist Women Lawtey G Vs Braves inLawtey. M Tym MA 1. hubs ,....... ft VMCentral ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 1-4 P.M.
will have all YARD .
an day .* W..t M TftMBorilJ
SALE April :Uth) from 10 a.m. Tuesday May 3 5:45: Giantsvs I Call Hi Nr All 1.., IUttrlnl..4i
until ?'!'p m. at the Luwtey Luutey B in Lautey ,*....w a <-*.*.""--. M Tuition Fee 1000
State LcenaedRehsonabie )
:Methodist Thrift Shop on :)teal Wednesday May 4 at 5:45 We Do Our Own Work Ya I Quality S.rvlc. Insured Bonded Tf Come In And Register NowMOTHER'S
next to Amoco Gas Station. !Vets vs Lawtey G. in Starke. .
Highland Baptist: : Sunday 'fldilYlay! Hth 5:45: Mets B
School Id u m Worship Services \s Dodgers in Starke
II a.m. and 7pm. Next Mcetingwdl belay! 6 t f.t
I'ra'er:Meeting Wednesday at at 7 p.m. at the school. !
7:14):: pm.I.nura. Law I toy Little League had G
Baptist: Sunday the priviledge of a Cake Sale io1
School Hi a m. Worship Services at Blue Grass i Festival
II u m. und ":::11I!() p.m. Fridanight and Saturday M
I'Euy er Meeting: Wednesday ut Thish to thank those In .
7iu:: p m charge for (his privilege.
St. .,..hn's :Missionary
Ikiplist Sunday' Schixil Iii) I'rrson.iN
a in 11orshipServices II a m. "Friends of Mrs f'.crtrude; t
DAY ..
anil ::1 II m. on second und and !Mrs. Selma Eunice: regret ,
lourlh Sundays Prayer! Band lo learn that they are patients C
on :Mondays, at I noon. in Bradford County Hospital {
Sill rn.i :Missionary ItaplistStind.iv : h .School in u m. Worship :Mrs. Mabel! I McClellan! and t.IF t.
Services I II I u m. and 7 :Mrs HI: nora Privettl're

p Mirtinii m UTS Wednesday."):4."i: l p m at Prayer 7 p:m guests: of Mrs Sidney Hansen: YOU ARE PLANNING TO BUY A NEW MAJOR APPLIANCE OR T.V'/ CHECK C OUR LOW LOW PRICES FIRST, WE

School :\"\"5 i: Clofida ..... COME BY AND COMPARE OUR PRICES }f

The I.il\\It.\ P l' ,\. met onluod.iy
Lilght..lpril Huh and ; 1hea'tre: ; Chef
,Itvltxl the lolloping officers. Ii Magic RANGE SALE WASHER SALE CHECK THIS
for I IIw \l'! 77-ill) school yearIvinus : STARKE 964-5461 .
1 I "|'|iuiiipsim President. : fLow -
i li.iv: iiionil Hiirban-Viee- Ai MlOK l Fantastic .
1 Pii'-uli'M' :Mrs Betty i .1 kt tl.l5Y' ALL GAS & ELECTRIC "pr Savings Low Price
I NudurdSlcrtI.IIy.' iIIlciIrs.: .r. i 15 .
I'lni.i/ Srolt cued TioastiriTllurinn r
I (1/11'/ meeting .il. was FR.I' SAT SlJ tJ RANGES Now On Sale
also| decKlei. to i-hail .!c the : A Trade On This r.
I great new
1 iiiinul l P TI" I' TO.
I ILuiy ,".nenls hill 1 expressedrmircrii : i '
dial they laid ,rather COMEDY SWITCH! t- Free Set Of ; as GE
h.,\to I local I control' oxeriiuNiilifThip i, That
lilt nioni'j.", oxer lo I the : i Bake
'M.ilianil :N.ihmi.il DRYERV'998
/groups( ol' JIi
I'TAi l y-lat\s and ii I ... Now F-_._ Pans Old
rini,'tiliilKMi fur I tin I'arenl- -. ;; \ : e
'I'cai'lur oin.mialumill' ( IvU'M'lopnl i t4 r.'ji
(. I..,* ,snon .1% possihk. : i And 1 1 With
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Mi> Wondlin, in ilcM'lopmu Save Any 00 i
the I1 '1'\ pioKrams. / for this/ +i WALT DISNEY $
ear 1'h'.al.II\.II..h.II..II\.t.I\. j; PRODUCTIONS'EREIIItY. .. \ --- Range r Now WIT
client and pupil par ;. :
licipation has been highFacuII .-0
memberslio II.IMavisUd -

hoiiijj' 1 1 with flexible the programs in their l h\ t I Prices Start At $1680 WWA5500 $26800 Take Up To f pM

Irihuted chedules lo h.ILI"'o the "' /( v ata:! 24 Mo. To Pay :

I tins .
I I pieseiited:Ni; date has year Ix-cn set 1.lIn.// Technicolor' Or 3O-6O-9O Days I le e

kiiiiliTiMilcn. / .icpslnition' o) [GO]
Is''ri'nls who have .pIUs. GEMICROWAVE Same As Cash Ir f
that will In1 entering! r I
"reminded) hat( I birth cer- "N'iokthe: orphan) :
,lilualiphysical' r\ams.: and I IIInmllllllalinlls
elephant OVEN
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Kdw.irds: Knurl this Suturd.i, ,\. N F-1: .
April :k). I ron19!I p m lo I a 01. .
T'Il'o"IIUP' /(" lias played 1 onepreuoii : Maker
date in Starke at the 0 Et !R ,
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iU'I1OrdI1I1S"1II11 is pert.nupIL' .
Tin band plays country' and I W Any :
western and some rock. Lead THE
guitarist Gene Beihl is from -
Lake Cityand formerly ENFORCERplUA t i J irE Timer
} played with Stonewall I
Jackson. Steel guitar; player POT HOLDERS
Henry McNeeJey. from
Waldo. formerly' played with M ALL SIZES
: the Hank Snow band. Vocalist

I Jacksonville is James the Revels leader of the of NOW IN STOCK FOR THE LADIES

group. Drummer is Allan
I only
r'ordliam and bass player is """ELLIOTT QOULB"11"11ROBERT ) Mow $3680T
Steve Fordham. both of BLAKE

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Seven Arrested In Probe Of TheftsSeven r

persons were farm and from residences in 25, along with Darlene M. I
arrested Monday,April 25, by the Hampton area. Blanton, 19, and her parents r
the Bradford County Sheriff's Alton E., 57, and Laura Mae h ril; ,
Department in connectionwith Lolla Mae Blanton, 63, and Bennett, 49, at a residencenear
a burglary ring that has her daughter Teresa Francis Hampton. Two Juvenileswere
stolen goods from the Brad- White, 23, both of Hampton, also arrested at the
ford High School agricultural were arrested Monday, April residence.The .
five adults are charged(
Funny Money. Beiiiir Tested with buying,receiving and-or
aiding in the concealment of
Merchants in the area need urday night and noon on Sun- stolen property. The juvenilesare
". to be on the look out for "funny day and didn't notice the charged with burglary ,
'\ money" being passed with a strange bill until they checkeda and gralarceny. One other yy t r7q ON EVERY TRUCK IN STOCKIEETSWE
$20 dollar corner pasted onto shortage of $18.25. adult is also being sought by
the front of a$1 bill,according Employee Mary Miller said Bradford County deputies in
to three workers at a local the bill was such a "good job" connection with the case., I
convenience store who had to you would not notice the ,
make up that loss. change until a careful check of The arrests resulted froman PICKUPS.America's '
Workers at all the bill is made. The front of investigation into thefts 1. \,,<. ,. i:
an night con- the bill to be
appears a $20 occuring in the Hampton area /, ?:-"o
venience store on Temple while the back has not been
within the past six months.
most popular pickups
Street in Starke :
were given with and
tampered num- Warrants were issued for the The comblled of Florida
such a bill between 10:30 Sat University Men's Glee Club and
: ber is
one visible. arrests and seizure of the Women's Chorale will perform selections from Broadway
stolen property from evidence musicals in their concert at Bradford High School Saturday 6 CYLINDER ENGINE LONG WHEEL
gathered by Bradford County May 7, sponsored by the BUS chorus Stock No. T6016 ';
Our authorities. DUTY
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Property recovered from UF Choral Groups To Be Here"A List '5019.25
the residence include antiques REAR SPRINGS-AUTOMATIC
FREE KNITTING CLASSES china, dishware tools, McRae show, stopper,"says Bill "It has the potential to be Discount *1029.00
and household items valued at Bradford High and the best show ever staged TRANSMISSION RADIOBODYSIDE wmmm
Will Start more than $500. about Middle the School combined choral concert director to here,"said McRae. "It is just MOULDING MARINER BLUE BALDWINPRICE
Bond was set at$2,500 each be presented in the BUS audi- very fortunate that we are $3990
for the five adults, and the torium Saturday, !May 7. at 8 able to get them here becausethe (I.
r Thursday, May 5th At 10:00: A.M. juveniles were turned over to p.m. by the University of/Florida Florida groups have per-
the Division of Youth Services Men's Glee Club and formed to sellout audiences
". Women's Chorale.Buck' across the state," McRae
//1 added. Funds from the con- /
cert will go to the middle
i FREE school and high school choral
I Country Market programs McRae says. The
f. NIGHT SESSIONS choral department is sponsor
s g 1ff ing the UF groups here. I
,: Hwy 100 Closed Tuesday Putnam Hall iI
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I 4 A TELEGRAPII April 28. 191'1I

1 I F1O BUS Students Rain Ends Drought' Church To Present More Tagless'-': Mobile Homes Get Citations I

Attending State After 42 days without any received .2 inches of rain on Special ProgramThe Nineteen additional licenses except five, who have lected in delinquent mobile
rainfall that amounted to anything April 4.Normal will continue citations were Issued last had informations filed againstthem home tag fees and penalties. ;
Science FairTen in Bradford County 1 rainfall for the program week in cases where mobile by the county attorney
month of March with a musical church service If located the owner's
inch was reported Saturday, 3.27 Inches homes were found not for at plea days in on
Bradford April 23, at Louis Hill Tower, and for April 2.63 inches. covered displaying the proper license May.appearance property, the mobile home is
County high three miles west of Lawtey on Pelley said a check with the ( tags. subject to regular ad valorem
school students will be at. US-301. Tallahassee weather bureau not bring food) and a questionand The State Attorney's office Since the drive started 46 taxes less homstead exemp-
Science tending the Florida State Sunday April 24,.2 Inches of Tuesday afternoon showedfair answer period during reported Tuesday that 16 of citations have been Issued and lion if occupied by the owner
Fair at Indian River rainfall was reported at the and partly cloudy weather which they will answer any the delinquent owners had approximately $11,000 col as his home.
Community Pierce Wednesday College in Ft. Starke Work Center west of Thursday through Saturdaywith questions about the church or already reported in and paid
Saturday. April 2730. cj.t Starke on SR-loo and .3 inchesat a chance of showers on the Bible past due fees. Action will be
I The Judging will be Thurs Santa Fe Tower 6 miles Saturday. taken against those who fail to SEAFOOD SPECIALS- :
: south of Starke on US-301. Assessing the weekend rain- purchase tags by Thursday
day and and the
awards .. The last rain in the county fall Pelley said"it helped" but The Starke Seventh-Day morning, April 28.
ceremony Friday that amounted the county would be in trouble SCALLOPS FRESH
Those to anythingwas Adventist Church will have a Twenty-eight citations were
BUS night.are: Kary attending Powell, Linda from Dr. S. SarniDoctorTo March 12, according to again if it didn't rain in the special Sabbath School issued during the first week of 99 "M APPALACHICOLASHRIMP
Richardson, Anthony Florida Forestry dispatcher, next week to put a bit of moisture program.Saturday, April 30, the drive and all obtained $2 IB. 4
I Gabe The back into the ground and
Franklin, Pam Tucker Begin Pelley. county plants. at 9:30: a.m.
t Michelle Gullion Darla SNAPPER

Lucy Christopher Bradley Nancy, Robin Hildreth Chism,, Practice Here FILLETS $2"LB.* MEDIUM $2 L?

and Cindy Griffith. Dr.S. Sarnt will begin practice LARGE $Q"
I Monday. May 2, in Starkein FLOUNDER LB.

II school The bus group with will the competing travel by cupied the by office Dr.previously 11.11. Adams oc- FILLETS 52119? FRESH WATER
School FIRM
Union County High The 36 year old Sarnt is a HOW AFOUNDATION
member of Louisiana State { '
will be !Mrs. Marie Woodley, Medical Society, American GROUPER
I Miss Sandi Ralph Academy of Family Physi-
Walker and Jerry McGriff all cians and the American College FILLETS
I'' high school science teachers. I of Emergency Physi '
i Everyone will be staying at cians.Dr. $0 49 PERCH LB.
the Holiday Inn in Ft. Pierce. LB.
Sarnt is board certified,
''I The students are responsible a family physician with a FULL LINE OF FRESH FISH & SEAFOOD
for their own room and board. Master's of Public Health and

hi, Projects must be set up by Tropical Medicine from __-.utu-i- AVAILABLECUCUMBERS
Wednesday evening. April 27 Tulane University School of

The Thursday judging will Indian take River place Louisiana.Medicine Dr.New Sarnt Orleans has beenin When farmers talk seed,the term And minimum germination

Community College has private practice in LouisIana "certified seed" is used a lot. must be at least 80%.

planned a buffet dinner for six years. But do you really know what Multiply these benefits by the

dance for the Trained in New York. Dr. certification means and what the fact that Gold Kist offers more kinds of
followed by a Sarnt served one year of resi-
competing students on dence in Philadelphia and one benefits are? certified seed than anyone in the South

Thursday evening. There are year in Norfolk, Virginia. Ask any Gold Kist seed grower all based on foundation stocks that PR DUCE-
tours of the beaches and river Married with three a kind of Gold Kist farm hand you don't have been bred for growth" high)yield
scheduled for
and boatrides children, a girl 4'a' a boy 24
the students. and another girl one year old hear much about. and quality.Gold LETTUCE
Dr. Sarnt likes to fish travel. Here are the kind of things they Kist is firm about that.

ObituariesJoshua and is interested in photo- have to do to grow cel tified seed for So whatever you plant,start 3/29'' 29CHEAD

graphy. Gold Kist. with a solid base.
Sarnt's to
The are moving
Pitt Baxter 74 Starke about a mile from the First off the foundation or Talk seed with a Gold Kist farm _

Mr. Joshua Pitt Baxter, 74, hospital on SR-230E.': registered seed they plant to raise hand at your Farmers Mutual ; YELLOW
of Brooker died Friday April Office hours will begin 9 certified seed has to have been grown Exchange. SQUASH 19CLB
a m. on May 2.
22, in the North Florida ?
in under all kinds of tough conditions set Gold Kist. i I
Regional Hospital
Gainesville following an RockAThon'By ) ) by the originator of t he seed variety and Good things for the farm VINE RIPE RUSKINTOMATOES

extended illness FHA MembersThe by the state official certification body. and from the farm.
Mr. Baxter was a retired 1 69Norman's
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In turn, for seed
minter, and a member of crops grown L IB.
Brooker Baptist Church.A Bradford: High School have to meet most t of these same
Chapter bf the.Future Home- FARMERSMUTUAL
lifelong resident of standards.
makers of America will hold a
Bradford County Mr. Baxteris
"Rock-A-Thon" Saturday Such things as field and
survived by his wife Mrs.
Lula Mae Baxter Brooker April 30, collecting donationsto equipment cleanliness,field inspections,

and one brother Walter help for provide the patients an outdoorsarea of the laboratory analysis, and a whole Produce &

Baxter Birmingham Starke Home. lot "
Alabama.Funeral services were held The members will start more.Certified seed can't be more than EXCHANGE Seafood Market
their rocking chairs rocking at off the foundation
Sunday afternoon. April 24, In two generations
9a.m.and continue until 8 9
or 617
the Brooker Baptist Church M. Temple 964 6071
p.m. in front of Eckerds Drugsin stockand it's got to meet these criteria.

with ford officiating.Reverend Terry Cran- the Bradford Square. Every lot must be 98% pure seed. OPEN 8:30 am 6
Burial followed Jn Dedan According to club president, Itcanonlyhave2o inert material.It 226 N. Temple.Ave. pm
Darlene the club will Man
Shirley Sat.
Cemetery in Brooker under can't have weeds in it.
help the nursing home with any
direction of Archer Funeral Starke Fla.
the outdoor area and the clubis None. ,
Home ol Lake !Butler.:
also planning a trip

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'II "IITELEGItAPIl April 2M. 1977
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r s HAMPTON AREA NEWS Computerized Phone Switchboard Considered By Hospitai"I

_.. _, .
II- In what was called a spiritof 5369 to first Gommunicalionand lines are a big problem; said ings. The board has heard a ney draw up the contract
alnPton Haptlst\ Church Johnson who was 87 years ola visited their grandmother, "friendly competition" two $253 to the present supplier Barber proposal from a Gainesville rather than the one presentedto
on April 26 and enjoyed a !Mrs. Rose Parsons in Cin- telephone systems appeared Continnetal for lines into Both companies referred to anesthesiologist and negotiated him as drawn up by hospital
'":lYustor, Melvin Hamel; family celebration cinnati before spending the before the Bradford County the hospital.Continental. interface devices which have with Douglas over the board attorney Richard
DA$ Pastor, Richard Mash- Jody Wadsworth enjoyedhis rest of the week with Buckle Hospital Board Thursday, representativesBob been debated for nine years amount of time off in his con- Welty. Douglas said he ob-
i Activities for the 1Ionths.'Ulay 9th birthday celebration on who is in the U.S. Army. They April 21, to begin presentations Norman and Ken Barber and whether the consumer tract that expired March 1. jected to the contract stating a
: include: May 6-PT.F.MYllttng April 26.Lisa saw the special events and rebuttal for improvIng did not make their formal presentation would have to pay the additional The board gave a one month particular amount of liability
\ with Bro. Don Glenn Carter entertainedwith program when Buckle telephone service to the but did ask that money for the device extension and Douglas is now insurance that he should
?pccial speaker May 15tyopiecomingAll a slumber party in received a medal for riflery hospital.First board members as they considered that separates two telephone working on a day-to-day basis. carry. Douglas said he didn't
{J. bring dinner celebration of her 13th birthday and was promoted to 1st Communication Corporation the proposal of First systems. Douglas said Thursday he "feel he should be dictated to
grOUndS.. May 17-Special- on April 22. Platoon They enjoyed of Winter Park Communication to "look at After Continental represen- would prefer to have his attor by the hospital."
.lj Patrick Mahoney. !May Donna Faye Burns spending Saturday night at representatives, Robert Dean the fine print" and local ser- tatives presented their brief .
'School Awards Banquet celebrated her 24th birthdayon the Guest House there and and Clark Leips said an elec.tronlc vice was only "5 minutes remarks they asked if possibleto .
*jiftluation: is scheduled for April 23. visiting the!Museum and other computerized switch away." They reminded the be included on the agenda of
:atp 3. !Mrs. T.F. Brown enjoyedthe interesting sights. They found board, the same as the one board members that maintenance a special board meeting set DeWitt C.JonesFuneral
f tudents of the Upper visit of her son and Buckie in good health and his recently installed in the Bradford was part of Continental's for !May 10, 7 p.m. I II
ttflfning>> Classes of Hampton I daughter-in-law: and Mrs address is now: Pvt. Clarence County courthouse would included costs, and referred The special meeting is set to i I
*frr>stian Academy enjoyed a Gordon \Veest of !Miami who William !Melton, Jr., 203-55- result in a savings of $223 a Starke and Bradford Countyas consider an anesthesia con-
trlpito Six Gun Territory on spent last week with her. 7926, U-2-1 1st Platoon Fort month or $2.BOO for the first "thunder alley" Lightning tract that has been tabled for Home, i
April 18 with Mr and !Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Knox, Kentucky 48121. He year.Total. damage that occurs to phone the past several regular meet-
Miishburn, Susie Lett and :Melton and children Addie. appreciated hearing from his lease-purchase priceof
JInrOlyn( accompanying them Pam and Teresa drove to (Iriends and hop: they will the system would be $32,503 r---------r
,!' he trip.Personals Fort Knox, Ky.on April 14 and continue (See Page 5)) with a monthly payment of I Now Open II I II STARKE KEYSTONE

,f&lighter s of Laurie Mr. and!Hicks!Mrs "Life is too short to be Dr. Richard W. Odom j Keystone Mini I II II 964.6200 473.3176
"rloH\ 1 licks, was elected to small." Benjamin Disraeli I Storage
I Varsity Cheerleading
:yrll 171! ad of Trinity BaptistHejtiool ANNOUNCES:' THE OPENING/ OF HIS OFFICE II I II RENTALS

in Jacksonville. She is Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR FOR GENERAL DENTISTRY I I You Kup Thi Kiy Optn, 24 Hrt.JS" .
t Id be
congratulated for this ONLAWRENCE Hospital Beds WheelChairs
tams li!'$! nor and in will be football cheering and her BOULEVARD 10..2.. tlit' 2S '5000 I IL
864 Suite C N. 301 I & Crutches
basketball next
r Happy Birthday to Dan 9 6 Daily 473-3734 .J
rl" 964.8018 Office Hours by Appointment Telephone 473-3449 or 473 3359
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!Soft'''Hull Phone Tournament ia5: -17I3: SERVICE AT LOW PRICES

The; next t Brooker Softball
tournament to be played at
Hi boker !School (tall Park ill : '
tart 7 Friday May 6 and ,
continue :May 7-8. '''S y ,.tbj ; ": vwa 'fdhk ri K41rla'.alrglr t :tYi n sri -

This will be' a Team Tour NE W ,,, II } spJ: I J riS} illy' ,
ikinicnt. v ith trophies going to tit ?w 1t r ;Vr. srta } l. HNOUS 0 J wjiR ;

tlu;'.vv liming team and to the
Mental and third place teams. I
.\\<*,mlvull also K<> to an Secret 1
individual for Sportsmanship Q.P .lel..a rnrr..w r
all\1'\1.: VP. WinnersHJcfreshments FOR
'; will be on SUN
\\Mifn.! Also a fried chicken d SENSITIVE a
ttlIi fr is planned for noon SKIN1 1
Satlay;,; : 7. Please make 1 }
pkrns to attend and back your
('llf"Hen: I
:;.1River Baptist Church
vnrwn;< } <>red with a visit Irom"Tilt' 1 / e E aT
Keachouts" I the )'OUIIptplt."f' ANTIPERSPIfc RANT LOTION
? choir, of the/ First i
Baptist Chinch of Safety 'ie
I lIarhllr i Sat. und Sun., April 16- 4OZ

17 Thry 7, nil enjoyed a campoutS.i REFIECTS LIMIT .Y A

Suntlay I ;' night. and u sing on 30- OFF IAICI TWO I : 1n

,About 35 visitors ac ALSO'AVAILABLE
imrlbanied them for the oc 1 r tt ,(a(1 4
cad lon, ? n IN 7'OZ ::;

PKftSONALSMr. :; SIZE BfpM.f m? m Z mw f'-i

: and Mrs Saber [Kd- 1 "
/ ,;tilJn; yr ry, 1,, 4ip
'iii'dsol: T.mip.1'' MsiliKJ" their/
iishfr's.: Mrs. [Eva Harrell.
also Mr and( Mrs. Zedra A r L 'y' '
Hamilton. Tuesday through -. Say;
Suifrliiy; 1217.\ all
April They '
.ittViided New Hiver Baptist CHLORINE' GALAXY
Church together Sunday andmoved 7 OZ. -LI IMITlWO T AND
:Nil and Mrs C.J. Stalnaker BRU'SPU'T[ 33 rSH-ON FOR CLEANER PARTICLES.
an/ C llu'ir son 1'1111visited ; BETTER TASTING 12" I
I I heir. mother Mrs Annie.U'rpig.in c LOtiON t JUICER WATER. e
i in Hrewton. Ala. EASY TOINSTALL
i ecently ?! ANDOPERATE. IAN
Mr and :Mrs. Lloyd Harry. FRESHJUICE .
i visited her brother, Mr Bill BOTTLE OF 100 LIMIT ONE 9 IN SECONDS! REG. 24 95
('nlllI'I; )' in LtH'sburg then ---c{ $17 r 99REG.
traveled on to visit his sister. ONE l A DAY ,Y 26
:Mrs.;! Ciiimta Evans in Haines .f
City, Saturday and Sunday. \MIHS Plus IRON .REG. 888 I 29.99 4

Aped Ui17.a'jK : J4L) VITICPSOM 1 10.99 MODEM 3 SPEED

:.: community t :extends its S1'.rrr' VIII Ill LIInu,. MODEL 2150 Ii
heart felt mouthy\ to the FAST A TINGI( LIMIT ONE
l.mnly. especially wife ofMr 79 I
: Joshua (Pitt* Baxter. ho 4LEPS B I. EVEREADY GASOLINE W-CUT
visw-d at 3-30: this
morning. April 22. after a OM SALT . LAWN EDGER :
lingering illness in :North: LAWN
Florida Regional Hospital in 2 H.P. BRIGGS & STRATTON
> ;\er Elementary: school 49 PAK OF 2 CONTROL. REG.
students taking part in SAI #5635 l 88
physical fitness day Saturday. 'C'OR'D' $141.88 I

April 2.J were: Doug Green T.-/ STRIPS . #E93BP E95BP :
Curtis Jones Hichie Twiss, : P iSTIC 9997 .:
Don. Khxson.: Darrell Polk _
Joe Ellington, Carol Fussell. CRASS
Valarie Cason, Barbara 1R!
Touchstone Vanessa '. 1302:, LIMIT TWO CATCHEI
Se.i-wick. Rickie Harris, TO 119 TO REG.
Karen Davis, and Cindy SH(WER 119.88 I REG. 9.99 7"

!Phillips.All students will attend a SH concert III t BUS Tuesday

Hirthd.iv I'artv.: WISS !
Miss Hart celebrated her I, ct 20Z. TUBE -
roast( and a slumber party at CIJCO(.VIROLINDITION AA BATTERIES WISS # 5335
ri'a ANVIL
iHT'itiome Her birthday
was Thursday. April a. Up to 10 nrn.i man unka 1.5 VOLT #E91BP "
Those helping her celebratethis. FOUR '
her l ,Hart Brenda, and Willingham.Debbie Hodge.Dee 1u DI PREE: FOR ACID FAST INDIGESTION RELIEF OF 88__ 99 TWO POSITION 6 6 i

Comes were played and DISCOMFORT REG. 1 UTCH-WITH 2mm 7 8

prizes Missy were received won by many everyone.lovely AIFLAVOR .KALADE . . s 2.89 REG.HANG UP 43.49 HOLE. 9.88

gifts? They all sang Happy .12O
Birthday to her and wished .
lter-many, more to come.

tr Funeral: rte'. M I MELNOR MODEL
!Mr. Joshua (Pitt) Baxter's FIRESIDE 8 OZ. BAG 'iy I DURABLEOUSE VINYL 9370
funeral was conducted by H SUGAR. OATMEAL OR PULSATING
Rev!' Terry Cranford in the 120Z. CHOCOLATE CHIP ? : 5/8" X 50 FT.
Brooker Baptist Church SPRINKLERfull

Sunday with interment April\ at in 4:30: DedanCeirtetery. p m. BLANCA HES a CoOKILIMIT, 3 :. GARDENHOSE WISS TEFLON COATED or pert clrcU VIIIATIMO tfllMUHMIAO

PEANU' up to 75'. Adjust
3 HEDGE SHEARS from ].t ttrvamto
School Lunch Menu: May 2-6 navor Ee601y tin. spray.
Salaina Cup
...,candiad, dZr 1.19 88
macaroni and eft. carrattt.tatftatf EDGED
Ml.... rail. mil.. and plums.. f I N BLADES.,
Tuesday sloppy dad iraaafrult. and I LIMIT( NORTHERN
.rand*. .,.... Mans* franch Irks. bun. TWO 88 499
and mull.WadnatdavPltu.. ASH HANDLES. 6
son lonntow4
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*. aatafo chips' mllb.rrld.r .
Har-l-CiM cn'c. Scull cua.
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I -.n.pnne(.rom Pale 1 Lawn Ciiairs And trrinnin' & Pic/in

the marijuana and would Rain didn't stop the blue- tlnuously from Friday night were real crowd pleasers with ""- waa4'7I11 -
make it difficult to prove. grass fans as an estimated until Sunday afternoon and music and jokes.
Gaskins said he was not 2,500 showed up for pickin' even on Monday morning
.. interested In what the sheriff and grinnin' for the three day some were still at It. The rain may have kept fjlA.W1'"ey
was doing but what action had Lawtey Bluegrass Festival. Clark said it is a family some of the local people awayon ; ..
been take by school authori- Promoters Ken Clark and event and groups from different Saturday, said Clark, cutting '
James Waters said it was just parts of the country the crowd by about half .
ties.Casey reminded the board like a camp meeting or travel to visit Lawtey. One t1l1S'C "
the rules governing disciplinewere reunion. "People that don't guy drove all the way from A summer convention is
in the process of being get to see eath other but California to spend three daysat for four days in July
studied through school advis- couple of times a year get Lawtey, said Clark. A Including the July 4 weekend. .aa.y..
ory meetings and these rules together,camp, visit and play check at the festival showed
must be written and filed with music," Clark says people from North Carolina, The festival is not leased
the state by July 1. Some of the music went conMEN'S Tennessee, Atlanta, Macon, and will remain with Ken and u.
and all parts of the state of James. They said they felt if it
Florida.A changed hands people would ,r .,
MANUFACTURER'S SHOW* think it was not the same WIt UpY11,,, -
show. Buck Lee will be help-- r
ROOM OVERSTOCKED group from Milan, Ga. ing with the ground work and I dl4rr ,
was the hit of the weekend, promoting the show, said ? dJIh /
"The Mayor and Buford" Clark.S.SarntMX.

SLACKS Solids Fanci and SLACKS Solids Fancies And ). {, ei ::1

Size I
Sizes 44.50Buy ,
Buy One
$700 I y I
Pair For I Pair For $800

A real crowd pleaser was "The Mayor and Buford" who said, (
LAKE BUTLER APPAREL COMPANY STARKE,FLORIDA "Behind this ungly face..ls an ugly person!"

Weekdays til 5:30pm: The winsome twosome successfully combined pickin, grin. The covered barn came In handy when the rain came, but that t
496-3601 ring Jokes and bluegrass music, all to the delight of the didn't stop and grinning at the Lawtey
til PHONE:9644701 OFFICE HOURS MQN-FRI. estimated
Saturday 2pm : audience. Festival. An
2,500 attended the three day BIUegrA11|

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Waters' Grocery ..

f ENTIRE SELECDJer1JLTh One Lawtey resident whqt,
TIONI did not attend the Bluegrass{,
X31 S. Walnut S4arfceFla; : Koh festival was grocery store,..,
AK owner Danny Waters wlo.) ,:|
? 4C r"cl : T' e m '4w&' spent the weekend cleaning J.
Ser 1 the mess caused by a speeding ,,.,
! aM % car which crashed into his,, '

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IArAty famAY p.ca : r NOW Two Jacksonville men were":!1',
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y ,,.r, \= ,t .,;ti !df FqV ORITE ON YOU R charged with driving while'
g ( i TYPE OF v intoxicated and reckless JT
yam" ; '
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1 CgMERq driving when their 19G6 Ford!
OFF traveling at a high rate j4'{ "
REC 1, speed, became airborne asfrl'i"'! '
PRICE crossed the railroad on SnI:' I
225.' landed into the middle or,,;'
LJS-301 and crashed into tHe;;)
west side of Water's Grocery
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the side facing 301. ]
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Nobody in the store was
hurt. The street was; unoc7
T ENTIRE cupied when the accident to '" r'I
1 SELECTION place about 6:45: p.m. net\
E closing time. A few minutes,
earlier and the store and tljl'j'
1LNIwM I 1 _( 1 '"j' KfYSrONf street in front would have,f'.JI'
been busy, says Patrolman .
Charles Carter.
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Only clerk Gloria Row w s'l
in the front of the store when: 1 I

-* ( TERRIFIC the car came through the wall, ,
". 'Ii
; '4. 's' ,u/ All KEYSTONE VALUES ON 3OFF Mrs. Howe, behind t the cayh,,,"; I

I ? I I ', ;a CAMERAS Owner register Danny, was Waters not injured and tli'e I"'J,

butcher were in the rear of tne .
y- 'ai 'tz EG.
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f,4 PRICE Iu store behind the meat counter!
+: and another
S ei y'as
a 'u ; < : "
u the warehouse. }
: ? The car knocked the fropjr,:
::!'; j_ t ri.e{ 1 yT window of the store out!?,,,,
knocked out the brick wallnp',, (,
broke a front beam and tor ., 11,
'; up the candy box and drinJt ,:,;,

f 24-IHCH, PORTABLE WITH AND KEY LOCK METAL ENTIRE SELECTION box.'I There was glass all behin" ''I.'J l?

I the counter I don't know hoist ,..
BARBQUEGRILL REG. P GAF in the world !Mrs. Howe kip+l"
FILE BOXESKeep B.88 from getting hurt." says.';
Waters0: estimated, ,,
your important papers CAMERAS 0ii damages has been made bvt|'|1
t in order. Metal constructionwith the insurance company but.,
I lock. ''SOUTHBEND 630 2596 J Waters guesses around SII.OIIQt() ;'r!
!Baked enamel with easy J REG. OFF The two Jacksonville meri.:, ,,",
clean chrome grid Legs 299 driver Jesse Pullens. Jr.. fi'w. l fold for SIZE SPINNING REEL & SAVE NpERWIfgSfL 0
storage REG. 3 69 and the owner of the cASybin;
rr ; V.
i passenger James J. An
t ROD COMBO>> REG, PRICEREDWOOD, lesson 64. were treated for ,rl' I,
JUMBOSIZE minor injuries at Bradford1 fr; ,
888 397REG. S-foot, 2-piec fiberglass rod 69 9 County Hospital. II I
with No. 630 reel' spooled
REG. 4 99 with approximately 200 yards --
f r/f TriVi/.sv.,
11.88 of 8-lb mono. 1 lUll 'r. ;
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AND st ??.1
ping burglary and grand lariff ('
FIFTY :3 g BATHROOMPOLE FOLDING ALUMINUM "= 743 ALUMINUM .a ceny. and possession of al.nt{ ,I
weapon by a convicted felort,i '
J J SHELFORGANIZER CAMP STOOLWITH Hussell Binstond., and Scottmi,
FOAM + FURNITURENONTILT 1 David I'hipps, 2.1. escaped.f.
rrlf.; from Florida State Prisons:
1'' I 1 SV LEG CONSTRUCTION! t usingI ire cutters to get _
ICE CHEST ADJUSTS FROM 7' 8"TO VINYL :+,,, ',, TUBULAR ALUMINUM FRAMES ; );i; through a security screen:' 101111, )
the Novmi.
garment on
0: 8' 2" HEAVY DUTY TOP tSs CHAIR CHAISE # iII 16. "u,
GLASSES. .. y f'fi Rinstead and Phipps' ).
;;::::--> SHELVES. COMPLETE 2.79 allegedly entered the home oTu,, ,
-mow WITH / Frank and Barbara Brady,**
TOWEL located west of the prison in-*."'
jG 99 Lake Butler Once inside the"),I /
299LADIES HOLDERS. 388 l r, x343 ,,t r,. took a butcher knife from the:t' I r
: i home and hl'ldIrs.! Brady at.' -
:.- REG. 10.99 .fj BEG, 11.99 REG. knife point until her" husband i 'A
returned home from his job at-ii'I r
Union Correctional Institute
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MEN'S CUSHIONED BATH TUB WITH _._U ;j The inmates then took theBrady's
I INSOLE- 4 1973 Thunderbird and
WHITEOR fled to Jacksonville where,f
POLYESTER NAVY WASHER HANDLE ? 1r;,' ,_ they were captured by lawrt,
REG. TWICE THE enforcement officers. Icol'
5,99 PRlllrs When the pair left the Laker<
SLACKSASSORTED 49OUTSIDE s-- Get e1lfra Butler home they took a .22,"' REG. TAKES Color r set caliber pistol the butcher j-
+ COLORS 77 99c THE WORK printed black. and WhtetIwitd every knife,two shirts a jacket and f
j TO roll of two dollars in cash. Binsteadwas ->,;0
i SOLIDS & PRINTS .'t',.. TUBCLEANING ?W ICE THE fVERYDAyoped and serving four years forrv*
1 FILM auto theft and Phipps wastn.-
t When serving 25: years" for,breaking/ (
YOu Pick, and entering, robbery and.,
REG 288 HEEL BED PILLOWS Prints up I possession of a firearm." ixn\
f"m In another case, Beatrice' ;
$3,99 POLY SANDALREG. O DgyigYoothesregufodaprice Oorf black l and Jackson, 42, of Starke, pledi,3
not guilty to charges of COTHKC
Y one ,
\ 00 + :," y, tit ducting a lottery. She was.j>i
5.99 215 : 1 :Yttlq arrested March 20 at her resi
dence on Ash St. Also chargedin
MEN'S 399 REG. rpr that case is 59-year-oldj
t > } r.M Clark of Stark
329 wasri; hC' + 1. 4.( Anna Wright wu>
(HAWAIIAN 1 I 'a 'foi She also pled not guilty to the/->}|
DACRON $ charge. Their trials are set tail I
ASSORTED PATTERNS begin May 11. baa I
PRINT Daniel Miles, 21, of Stark |iv
r N rt'; pled not guilty to the offense 41i,i%:') !
SHIRTSASSTD. '/ WINDSHIELD Detergent DispensingDISH verbally assaulting and committing I
battery-upon a latKy.officer.
PATTERNS SQUEEGIE WASHER Miles allegedly struck:
and cut the hand of form w>....
) s sroNGEiTH Starke Patrolman David !?!'"' I''
.: 01 J; : t 24'" HANDLE Huber on Dec. 3, while fn ttil'..w i Ii
HANDLE FILLS Starke police station. He al_..,.. II: i
EG.588 88,. 69 WITH ( j I aBANKAMERICAAD struck Patrolman Ricky Beit *' \
REG. LIQUID ... nett as he tried to assist HubeVTT* i I
: 1.29 DETERGENTREG. in quieting Miles. ?- _
1.19 The next criminal trial termv '
I is or. the .dockets for May 3VT!**" ,

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might have been expected situation: the U.S. could indeed be over- .. .' ;. "....... .? .:.. .:.::.. ...... ................. ::.:.. .; . .

energy President immediate conservation Carter's"kiss of fair message death"and attack forthright fell underan from in present whelmed.the 1980's rate by of crippling or profligate 90's if energy we energy continue shortages waste.our ; :Ii J Jt\ ;\!;: !i!! il&11ilif 1:! ;i1i 1" ,,r'f} ,; I I

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private axe to grind.In We are prone to forget the leaky roof f1 j t1 1 : !Ij i i1 ii! i1 i I N 'fi!;:;::" ':1i 1 i "
when the sun is shining and most of us f::!::::::::: i : ; ; ::1t ij iiti[ ,

a televised kind of "equal-time" have already forgotten the jolt of the "1977 -"1995 ::::: :::::;::::::::::::::::::..':!r.1l. ::. ,:::. :.:::;;;;;:.;:: ::.:.:.:.: -':; :::::; .;:;!:::'': ,::;:;:::;:::::::::::::::::':::::::;:::::; ,
rebuttal, representatives of the oil, gas 1974 oil embargo and the threatened oil f: \>jo>:: '"'' "' :':" ':: : :: :::;::::... :::::: :'. ."::::,"', :::::,.:.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. ,
and coal industries came on strong with and gas shortages of last winter. l4 i 3.C;{',: .i.: :::::::1:;:::::;::::::::;:::: ::;:iitfiit;:; : 'lif # i; :: :i1iiii! !;;:: !:;:;:;: :;:;:::;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::

j a "yes-but" theme of "agreeing completely" National energy consumption dropped } .*\ ;m;;;t;;;::;;;;;; :;;;; ;;;;; : : ::;:: i : ; ;,, I" ; ; :1 1m::!;! ::;;:':::lJ;: :;: :;:gt:; t.. .

with the President that a, crisis after the '74 but r ff ::::;:::::::;:::::::::::::; : : :. ::::;: ::: ::; I :
exited BUT Mr. Carter's ideas of how significantly embargo :::::: :::: :: :; : ; !;: ;':: /111111111 /: ::::::::::::::::::;:::::::: .K
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I it should affect their own particular last year it rose an unhealthy 4.8 per :::: : : : :; '., Jt :" ,.. : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .

I bailiwicks were all wrong. cent energy to reach use that peak.nearly currently For to an the depends energy-based pre-embargo I ''l/ 1 11 ::, iiijoo r YflJr iWp l j! :

economy \
But this stance not nearly sot gas 1.111'flltli I! ::
was ;
even and oil for 75 per cent of its needs such a I ff' mill' ;; .t,; ; .j iiJ <: l' ii
stupid as estimates compiled by "ex.I t I 1 i .
t I ::: .dlmi
trend cannot be sustained. : :: ::: n..ttZ ;; ::::':' II :: :
I I perts" at a U.N. conference which disa :::.::::;:;::;::::: : : :: : !; : :, :':':':i ))11111111 lllr.11 ':" lH'i'/: :r. ;;: ": ,,:.::.: .

greed with Mr. Carter's warning of oil According to Ralph Nader the U.S. -', ..., v.. .. W,. ':::::._::.::: :::.:.:::.::::.::..:.:.::.:;.:::'.:.:..f::?,<" :,:,:-:::. ::.::.::.:.:::: .:_ ......:::..:. .' {..ri-:.. .. -.l::: ,. .. ,
and gas shortages because they say ''::&Gt: tl': ::::: :I::::::::::: :::':::;:: ::::::::13 :: :i..:::;::::121:. .'::::::.-:. t.. ;:/.:::;:;'.;::%: ,..: '
"the world probably has enough of both has a waste factor of more than 50 per : ":". t : :f :::::;; \F: ; ; :i:; ; ; '
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for another hundred years." cent in energy consumption. We use l;It ;/ ; : : : ::::.:.:.::::::: :: i

Another HUNDRED YEARS! Big countries twice as much like West energy Germany per person Japan as "f J,: ..:."l............... .......j....rooli.!:; ::\:.:...;.;,. I''ii:i!!!!; llli::,.\ ... ",r.f:. ..!.;.}... #A :.::.:::::.:.:::.:::::";;.;., .. ...j '...... :r
Deal! So that'll get us and our childrenbyperhapsthen : :::::::t::::::::;::: ;:;:::;::: :::: ;:: : : E: ill' =',,..:" ::: "' C- 1:1 .
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what about after and Sweden, which are getting along .,:;.SiS7.L:L,'.' : .rI.i11', 'J1\\> .t.f.:::;..:.::: ::::;! .:" ';':;=!:::::: :::::::::::: :
well with about the 'fffi".Jom:: 41' .':':: ;jo:':';;?" ':' ); ;'f1':':':':':':':':':':':'::: ::::
&, that" According to these "ex- very living that we have here.same standardof 1l:;;:;:I;;:; :; ::1 I[tI:1: ;;; }; l SI.: :lrfllRWf !'Jd! ;; ; ;;;; r 1 ; ; f
...additional petroleum and
| parts resources would "most probably"gas be The so-called "sacrifices" we are askedto : :: @!11fjM'tf! !! 4\iW\)! m.1 ;! > ;'. : ):>!! I' :: :;@lilri: : :!! h:;:::::::<:::;::::::;/1, 1

cost-to available albeit to ttransition us the at through a substantially use of the"renewable period higher of We make are not are asked really to no give sacrifices up our at comfortable all.- !I -I]' ; iijiI! \\I! l '. r'' .: ;:milii I I I ''jIi: :;:;;; :i:;: aa i tfj! 111j! 111!!1Jf! i1i1i1I J :I

I I energy sources." waste. Even way of with life this-but cutback only to our give way up F. Rftt E.:; [!:t1j11\U:': )f1 } :iM.i; ::: i:I;: 1. 1ft:1r: : : ::;: : ::1.1::::::::::.:.::':':';'::::::::;: ::::: J I

1 I Well it seems to us that's a classic of life would still be regarded as I .. '" i [tmm; }:::;:::::, '::::::::i''I/;: J / .:;_ iii'lM'i: !::!! !:; '::::::;;::::::;::;::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:::: :::::::::::::::::: 1w I II

example of counting your eggs beforethey're luxurious by most of the other nations of I : : 11 11II 11111 : !: ;; ft t HW 1J jt1m;:::::;::::;::; jltmmm ;1;;::1: j

the world. ij. .. . . .
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an impending shortage of fossil fuels. Perhaps we may to forego our l" ... : ..'..... .:':::::" ,, ..:..:..:..:..:.. lj IIII1 :::: ::::: ::::::::::::::
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overcooled : I I'll
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Such statements also make Mr. oversize fuel-guzzling cars, and our : : .'::::::::;:' .,.,.!'. .. ..::::::::;:::::: ::.:.:.:.:=\::: :::::::::::::: I
Carter's difficult of convincing energy wasteful buildings-but we will r'i i : :.:. ::;:;:::;:.: :::::: ::... '::::'::::;::8:8:::::::::: 1:::::::::::::::::::
: I problem be the better for it, both morally and :" ::.::.::.::.::.. >;,j .. ,t. ':;:.::..:..:;::.:.:.:.':';':':':':"f1.:.::.::.::.:.::.::.:::.::.
the American people that a crisis actually l" ::: :: ':: ::-:: : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : " "" ':':" ':':I

I well as does making exist it even harder more to difficult persuade as physically.more based Our on the new values lifestyle that will made be once our I A. ...tIr\ '\f1 i 1jjj!!!! {jII!11![ f 11ji1mtt1iit! :4 j

I them to "think and: live conservatism." nation great in the beginning, with a ... .. .:.; ';';1:':':' .:..................... ................................. ...... ; ;
I minimum of the souped-up neon and L ;:: / I I4I, ':; :'t'r: 1. .1:1:1: : : : ::1: :j

f I Most indications are that the tinsel materialism that is our- nation'sgreatest .i;r ft.Jfjjf; : :V]:: mmimmmfm; :ilil_

I President is right in his appraisal of the threat today.

Plague of

As if Americans didn't have time to dodging them-at least ; ,I TRANSPORTATION TENTATIVE SITE ND\
enough your UBPfl
: MULTIFAMILY LIGHT INDUSTRY l\\\\\\\,'\\,\\,\},'\,J\ \r
to worry about, what with the energy until the city and county get around to COMMUN UTILITIESFOR, NEIGHBORHOOD .. .. .....
I shortage and all-now -' there's the ,patching. them up again. Hill I III MOBILE SUBDIVISION'HOME IImmmCOMMERCIAL' I \ PARKS a '. **,{,( .fcr "w""-" J -
I pressing problem of the worst pothole i > RECREATIONDWELLING ,
crop in recent history.If .


jou've already I lost your dentures

hitting a hole in Bessent Road or along

I Laura Street-to mention just two Please Study Above Map and Appear at May 5 Hearing
hazardous areas among the many-
r I cheer up; you're not alone.

You are just one of millions of

., American motorists who are gnashing readers'\ V1CW& County Agents By -r--r:
their teeth this spring as they do their ::
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best to maneuver around an estimated --- Notebook
98 million potholes in the roads of the 'cw Taylor I -

nation. "We're finding the magnitude of HELPING THOSEWHONEEDHELP HISGOODDEEDS = Phone 964-6554 & .
I '. the pothole problem is about double
| I what it would normally be," theI
says Even:; though we
Dear Sirs having attack by a of A
: Dear Editor: pushing his plow, and loving variety pests.
I I deputy director of the National PicassoPerhaps some dry weather concerns good disease and insect con-
I ; Association of State Highways and Paging I'd like to bring attention to In this wonderful Bicen his fellow man. In the past six about our crops along with our trol program is important, not
( weeks his wife has been in
the readers of the seasonal invasion of
Bradford insects
Transportation Officials. tennial Age of our great only in protecting the
Union General Hospital with a
I Telegraph about the Special and disease I would like to
Country, I'm praying for maturing crop but it is
the of
stroke. From
I' I* Picasso or Cezanne could Education classes in our understanding between the pressure delay talking about these this essential to the production of
of his
The estimated cent increase this, trying to take care
twenty per schools. week and
make still-life report on our recent
an interesting
I painting young and old. Our strong wife, he too is in the hospital. high yields year after jear
in the current pothole crop means from the scene pictured here but it is There is not too much ever puritan ancestors paved the Nobody tells us much but it pecan growers meeting. Trees which are prematurely
i that the average American motorist in rather said about Special Education way for us.Particularly. defoliated by insects mites
a disgusting sight to owners of seems the plans are to place Dr. Tim Crocker, our Extension -
( the course of a month's driving, can property along Call Street who must but there is a great need I'm referringto both of them in a nursing Pecan Specialist from and diseases frequently set a
I i expect to encounter no less than 20.000i collect trash from their window sills and within the students in these a dear, sweet, Christian, home. the University of Florida dida light crop the following )'ear.

j i potholes, according to The Road Information door facing every morning due to the classes. Harley Shaw, born and raisedin Mr. Shaw's one wish is to good job for us last week. Although today's pecan
I Program (TRIP), a group fact there is There are two teachers at Brooker. In the past 50 spend his golden years In his His talk covered general grower is fortunate to have
only one dilapidated
gar- Bradford High Miss years, any child born In that pecan grove managementwith effective fungicides, Insecti-
supported by private roadbuilders andequipment : Crosbyand home among his dear friends.
bage can along the full length of the Call special emphasis on the
l i: manufacturers. Mr. Harvey. They teach area is richer for having I know that My God and My cides and improved spray
Street business district. the 9th through 12th grade known this man. He loved all Country will pave the way for need for a spray program to equipment available to him.
I pupils. These two are dedi- of them and always had a him. A man who has lived and control insects and disease. spraying for pest control is not
: Resulting from the unusually rugged When an inquiry was made by a cated and give all of them warm smile and loving words breathed Christianity all his Some of our trees and an easy job. It requires attention -
winter freezes, the pothole boom is Telegraph to find out why the selves to the work, but a for all of them. t life should have his good deeds groves can be rejuvenated for to many details that on
reporter teacher can only do so much. returned to him. the surface may seem
and profitable
straining state, county city road production by
waste bins had been removed, we were These individuals give freely Mr. Shaw is one of the oldest fertilization unimportant. Perhaps the
maintenance budgets, as well as the told that "the bottoms rotted out" and of their time and energy to living natives of Brooker, has In God I trust, proper management. three most important factors
wallets of motorists who must pay for something was said about them being help these children prepare lived by the sweat of his brow, A Beloved Friend in a spray program are
the extra wheel\ realignments, shock for graduation and to make a Selection of an orchard for timing coverage, and rate.
absorbers and tire repairs. It is replaced "soon. That was a year ago. useful life for themselves. rejuvenation implies that the
grower will first determine Pecan diseases, such as
estimated that an extra $45 million will The situation is particularly bad in the But these children need whether there is a reasonable scab must be prevented by
! be needed this year just for fill block between the theatre and the old more. Some children don't 1N NAM 0LIT. chance that it can be made providing a protective covering
materials. courthouse when people (and have their basic needs ful WpA'f s 0 productive.The of fungicide over all
filled. They don't have susceptible tissue from the
Water seeping into the cracks of aging perhaps some adults, also) leave the food clothing or shelter.proper Much soil must be examinedto
pavement which freezes in winter and movie loaded with popcorn drinks in less, school supplies. determine that there is first time the leaves unfold
later expands on thawing causes the and candy bars. In the absense of E GIRD ample light-textured soil until the nut is developed. If
cups I have visited in homes of ; above the clay and that the disease becomes
potholes. Cars and trucks hitting such waste bins the empty (or partly filled) y established
the children and was made hardpans or high water table on young foilage it
swollen hollow bumps in the road cups, bottles popcorn bags, and candy aware that some of the are not present. Trees shouldbe is more difficult to prevent infection
quickly pound them down and in time wrappers are deposited in the most families live on less than checked to be certain that on the nuts during the
potholes within potholes can actually convenient place viz: window ledges $100 dollars a month ana have they are of varieties known to remainder of the season.
Water the of to walk 10 miles to eaten a bus produce satisfactory crops in Some
develop. saps strength the doorways, or most often the sidewalk or and come to school. the area. Varieties and soil insects such as nut case-
soil under the pavement and the pothole glitter. pecan weevil and
are the two most important
plague could actually have been much We will sponsor a Carwash factors in determining hickory shuckworm occur in

worse this year if we'd had a wet spring.So All of which results in on Saturday, April 30, at t Hurst VJEL OE SENT whether rejuvenation will be orchards at particular times. 1(
messy Shell Station and a RummageSale successful. Timing of sprays for control of
situation which even gifted artists like on May 7, on the corner of these insects is important
sA very
now that you know what a potholeis Picasso or Cezanne could hardly make Walnut and Madison street. u. pgooYROA Dead branches should be and each grower
and how it got there, you can devote atractive.BRADFORD The money earned will be t i 6 PoT.NoLe pruned out as far as feasible should learn to recognize the .j j
used for a trip to Disney $r together with other branchesas vulnerable stages of these
f World. Otherwise, these necessary to aid in the insects and time his sprays S r
children would never have the development of well-branched accordingly 5
money to go. Any donation symetrical trees. Steps should
COlJ will be appreciated. also be taken early In the
"E r rejuvenation program to free 4M5 Now 1MeaT"FR
; If you have anything laying the tree of excessive quan HAND
around your house that you tities of moss or mistletoe.
don't need, please donate Trees of unproductive
1 trrapt these items to us. Call 964-7424 varieties may be cut out to
for pick-up, or bring it to the provide more space for remaining -
sale when you come. trees. According to folklore a ring
; .
':;/ "!, ." :!" worn on the forefinger is supposed -
Many things / !!! !. "'",7 r Disease to
are being done ,!1Ii/i1/I/J! .", : for our young people today. ,"! ," : often the limiting factors in ;>> n the rdignified |
1 Nih Year STARKEFLORIDA IS Cents Let's not forget about Special ;;... the production of pecans in one, on the marriage ::t
50th l tissue Thursday April ". 1917 Copy Educaion. \ ;; ,' Florida. The nut requires finger an "/ ct.onat.. one. 'L
f Ruby Mersey fjPll!tf about 7 months to develop and end on the little finger ::1
/ a
1222 Bradford St. ,'
:.a t during that time ia subject to masterful one
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I Tribute to Sen. and Mrs. Johns/ Placed In Congressional RecordThe I

and Mrs.following tribute to Sen. Carty's term, he resumed his munity State Bank of Starke. has ever been more gentle nor Eag\P '
Charley E.
who celebrated Johns place as Senator from Sunday has been designated compassionate when it comesto
Wedding their 50th Bradford and Union Counties, by the' Bradford County concern for others. It can J 6 STOCK
Anniversary on serving through 1966-a total of Commission as Governor and also be said that he is as toughas rae
Sunday ,
April 24
in the Congressional was placed 28 years as a legislator and Mrs. Charley E. Johns Day. nails when it comes to ,
Record of chief executive. It would be Impossible to battling for his principles, U
April by Rep. Don
Mr. Fuqua: During that career recount all of the con convictions, and friends. f\a.
the Speaker,Sunday marks Governor Johns was a strong tributions to others made by Mrs. Johns is a gentle and eJ.Jeca\\ S\.s\af\Ce
golden for wedding anniversary advocate of prison reform.It this couple and their family. beautiful lady who made REDUCTION
Governor former is fascinating to note that Governor Johns served in the everything worthwhile. 1'\7
and First 964.7620
Florida, the Honorable Lady of this good friend and gen- Florida (House of Representatives I consider it a very real
and tleman was a railroad con- for 2 years, beginning personal privilege to pay this
Mrs. .
Charley E. Johns.It
ductor and retains his in 1935, and was then electedto tribute. And for all those who
will be a special day of seniority but has been in the the Senate to serve his other cannot be whit them Sunday,
warm this feeling for the friends of general Insurance businessfor 26 years as a public official. for them and for me, no wordsof
distinguished couple, not the past 40 years. He is Those who know him can tribute or gratitude could 'T
because of position or honor, also president of the Com- attest to the fact that no man ever prove adequate.
but because of the people they .

are.It.will also be a day when all :L
of us, their friends, will say .
another prayer for their son,
Jerome, and his family This
young man, a distinguished PUBLIC NOTICESTARKE
public servant in his own .,
right lies in the hospital
recuperating from a very
serious accident and it will be
toward his recovery that QUANTITIES OF MERCHANDISE MUST GO
Governor and Mrs. Johns'
thoughts will be directed.
Few people can match the REGARDLESS OF PRICESince
exciting and exacting life LAND USE PLANHEARING
which has been that of the
Charley E. Johnses. Few We Are Closing out All Sizes 2 to 7 Girls And BoysEntire Stock Of Shoes For
families have given more of I
themselves in service to The Whole Family And Reducing Our Entire Mens And Ladies Inventory
Governor Johns' father was So That We Can Fit Into One Redecorated Building "qtr"
once1 sheriff of Bradford '. .

killed County in, Fla.the?line and of later duty as was a On Thursday, May 5, 1977 At 1:00: P.M.In THE SAVINGS ARE YOURS, '
deputy In Nassau

County, Fla.Markley Johns, the Sale Starts Thursday April 28th \ "

Governor's brother,died after The County Commission Chambers Of The 7; ..
being designated president of ', \1: i ,
the 1933!: Florida Senate and it MEN'S LADIES j !

complete was his brother's realized that ambition service-an to Bradford County Courthouse SHOES ......r.e.:3000......,$9 88 SHOES ......WfK8.....;?"........ $5 88 lrfl. .
aspiration when he f
became president of the 1953 Starke FloridaA \ \
Senate. LADIES ;. \ -1 .J. "\\

Sunshine guided Tragedy the Slate life was of and to Mr.fate strike and again Mrs.our t ); ;j BOOTS.u.n"S.TT........$5 \t.:::: ,;--.J ,.\+\', \y yJ

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> \ '
Gov. Dan McCarty died on
September 28, 1953. after ,t.

completing office and less Governor than 9 monthsin Johns, The Proposed LAND USE PLAN 1977-1995 KEDS.......Wf18.. .....':.......$590 \ \

as president of the Senate,
assumed the leadership of our J BOY'SKEDS.
State. For The CITY Of STARKE Will Be Held By c ( ) :at 3, $590MEN'S
It was an administrationthat ..........Were......7".......... I
spurred highway construction I
und freed the '
Overseas Highway from tolls. THE STARKE PLANNING BOARD t v MEN'SSHIRTS
At the conclusion of Mc-
:a J IJ
()' Lenu Reunion Set .

There will be a reunion at Public Input Is Encouraged, And Arrow Van Heusen I

Camp O'l.cno Saturday, May Long Sleeve t
14. from 10 am. to 5 p.m. for h
all campers who attended Interested/ Citizens Are Invited S/L90
'amp Osceola at O'Leno with Values To
"!\Ir.Mont"from 19:16: to 1936.:; ,,",ow
"Hriniz the family and come And Urged To Attend sl6ooSHORfSLEEVE1 -
join us" says Rev E.F \'10, .
!Montgomery ,For more information -
!Montgomery<< Jr., P.O. Box 90
41il.! lake City i Florida 32055:; Now SUITS Were 1 95" Now $89

$ -790 1 Group Va/uedToS12500Now/ $7990

'p Alterations

We have dozens: off homes .: >Q.7"t.\\--. ": ,:.- r tr- MEN'S FARAHSLACKS 4

to build on your lot or ours! I If. >"j' .l.

Levrs; 1;- Values
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Pirates Keep Perfect Record In DYB

f.: In this weeks Dixie Youth Giants 22- Lawtey Blue, 8
Baseball action sponsored by Ilia
the Starke Recreation The DYL Giants scored 12
SPRING Department, the Pirates runs in the second inning and
00 managed to keep their record 10 in the third to take a 22-8
unblemished at 3-0) putting victory over the Lawtey Blue. :
them in first place in the Lawtey Blue pitchers gave -rT
i I National League while in the up a total of 15 walks to help
I H American League the Mets the Giants keep the bases
ATH tied the Braves for first place. filled. In the second Inning 10
Games this week: of the first 12 batters were
Pirates 16-Glanls 15 walked. Jason Bennett hit a
AVIIIG A third inning grand slam double and Randy Parado hit
$ home run by Pirate first base- a home run in the second to _
NOW OPEN man Gary Perry helped the bring the runners across the _
Pirates squeak by the Giants plate.
1615. Lawtey fought back in the
,,In.ILI., WEEKDAYS I 7:30-9:00: The Giants gained an early bottom of the second scoring L
lead with a first inning home eight runs when Giants pit L
eEITEIl run by John Bennett and chers gave up five walks and

SATURDAY 8:00-5:00: : SUNDAY 10:003:00PLYWOOD : added 7 more runs in the two hits. A double by Sam ,,{ ,; Mlsf V
second. Norman was the big hit of the
The Pirates came back with inning. + :. V ,
':. FENCE POSTSROUND2"to2V4" 5 runs in their half of the Andy Chaff was effective at
,, second and pulled ahead in the the plate for the Giants
J '
:-.. ,",'" f third on strength of 7 walks drawing two walks, hitting Giants Pitcher John Bennett swings for the fences. I
/a UTILITY and Perry's home run. two doubles and scoring four

$ Other hitters for the Pirates runs. mons had four hits including Dixie Youth
5 79 c and were Todd Richard Alvarez 2 for 3, Lawtey Gold I 11-Angles two doubles, while teammates BASEBALL SCIIEDULE
Denton for
ea. 1 4. Anth Williams pitched a Clifford Hill and Sam Norman April 28-May 4
John Bennett 3 for 3 for
.- -- the Giants with was one home run four hitter and struck out 12 in had two hits each. Thursday, April 28, at 5:45:
leading 11-8 Lawtey Gold over the Dodgers play Lawtey
and a double Other Giant
the Angels. Angels 30-Braves Blue.
ROOFING 2x4STUDS hitters were Tony Diggs 2 for 3
Blue right fielder Lex The had
Angels few
with very Friday April 29 at 5:45: the
one double Richie Parrish was the big hitter for chances to hit the ball againstthe Mets play the Braves and at
i 5V MetalB'519 Fender 2 for 3 with double
I Crimp and a the game going 2 for 4 with a Braves but when they did 7:00: the Giants play the
Billy Arron and Larry double and a triple. Shortstop they gave it a ride. Of the five Dodgers.
59 Long each picked up a double. Eddie Herding also picked up hits by Angels' batters, three Monday, May 2 at 5:45: the
two hits. were for extra bases. Mets play the Angels and in
12'--7.flO 8 Ft. Pre Cut Mets 22-Lawtey Gold
For the Angles Kevin Fred Conner Angel shortstop Lawtey at 5:45: Lawtey Gold
Lionell Griffis had a triple Jeff Johnson had double and
r-------------------- r--------------------, a a home plays the Braves.
controlled the bats of Lawtey
Blaine Dyal and Fred Conner run while teammate Blane
Tuesday, May 3 at 5:45: the
1 1 KB-4 Gold striking out 8, while his
10x14 METAL each picked up a single Dyal had a double and a Pirates play the Dodgers and
I Met teammates knocked the Angels' pitcher Leslie single. Sixteen batters in Lawtey at 5:45: the Giants
I ,I'I STORAGEBUILDING : cover off the ball. Morris allowed only six hits reached base on walks for the play Lawtey Blue.Wednesday .
: : Jim Schoening Cary Froun-
$15700 WHEELBARROWS29&a felter and Gary Williams each and struck out seven but was Angels. May 4 the

I i: : : : picked up three hits for the hurt by giving up seven walks. The Braves out hit the Giants play the Pirates.

1:i Mets, Braves 12-Lawtey G. 11 Angels but only received 4 Standings for Dixie Youth
I l 1 For Lawtey Gold Nancy Lawtey Gold fell behind 8-0 walks. John David Francis American League: 1))
: I.. WITH THIS COUPON -BCT-'- .. L _ WITH THIS COUPON .CIa Teston, the team's only girl in the first inning and had a single and a triple to Braves 2-1. Mets 2-l. 3))
knocked a double and had 2RBI's. managed to pull within one lead the Braves attack. Jeff Lawtey Gold 1-2 and Angels 1-
I r-------------------- r-------------------- run when a final inning rally Taylor and Rohn Edmondsoneach 2. .
I : 1 MASONITE nOLL. 1 12-2 Electrical I !Meta 18 angles 2 short. had a double. Mike National League: 1)) Pirates
Charles Strickland with Waters and Mike Lemire each 3-,2)) Dodgers 2-1,3)) Giants 1 1-

I I ROOFING ; ; WIRE I I Things were going bad for three doubles and John David had singles. 2,4)) Lawtey Blue 0-3
$699 the Angles until the fifth Inning Francis with 2 singles and a
: : : NM TYPE 8 c : then things got even double, were the big hitters
worse. for the Braves. Mike Lanier Senior
I I 90 LB. ROLL I 230' IIOLL Lin. Ft. l The Angles were trailing the and Chase Atchison each had Boys Moving
1'1 l Mets 9-2 when the Mets scored two hits while Mike Waters I

; LWITH THIS COUI'ONBCL: J L.-- WITH THIS COUPON .BCT- .J 9 men more to the runs plate while In sending the fifth 15 to and hit each.Vance Cullerson had one In Mens Church LeagueThe

I end the game at 182. Anth Williams had a single
"J"M'" 3330N.WALDORD. Grant Williams Cary and a triple for Lawtey Gold
Frounfilter, each had two hits and Eddie Herdon had two Senior Boys took two The Senior Boys pulled
..o. for the Mets. singles. Mitch Williams had 1 wins this week and moved intoa ahead to stay in the fourth
376-2604. Mets Lionel tie for third placp while with a 3 run rally,and added 6
pitcher Griffis and
Nancy Camp
No Sato to Dealers. w. "_..Mw niuM l.>I hi* u._...._ : held the Angles to just two hits managed to draw 3 walks. Presbyterian edged Morgan more runs in the fifth and 2
I Not deepen.hl.wepyraphk. | a/tnde GAINESVILLE and struck out six.t Road Baptist to keep their more in the sixth to off-set 7
1 I Pirates 10-Dodgers 4 record at 5-0 and in first placein run sixth inning rally by First
the Starke HecrealionDepartment's
While the Pirates may have
I been out hit they weren't out Church League.
walked. The Pirates managedto First Baptist jumped into an Presby. 12-M: Road 10
I draw early lead in the first when On the should
13 walks and had 3 paper game
DI batters hit by pitches giving Mark Milner hit a home run have been a run away. Presbyterian -
them a total of 16 free ticketsby with two men on. came in 4-0 and Mor-
I I first base and a 10 to 4 The senior boys came backin gan was 0-4 but it took two
victory over the Dodgers.The the bottom of the inning extra innings and Bruce Jack
D Pirates managed only when Wade Winkler led off son's home run to decide the
four hits, two by Marty Irons with a triple. The Senior Boys winner
and one each by Craig managed to score one more
and Mike.Colvin, but still run in the first leaving them
i! tr: to win. down by one run. :Madison Street I7--
: vq'' r managed For the Dodges Steve Little An Al Chapman home run First Baptist 7
H I AI lBillmOI1 [p and Bruce Rebers each had tied the game for the Senior
two hits while Clayton Nor Boys in the second but First Madison Street pounded out
Baptist came back with a run
man, Johnny Brown and 22 hits as every man had at
in the of the third
top to regainthe least
Ronnie Andrews each pickedup one hit in a 17 to 7 romp
hitDodgers. lead.. over First Baptist.

ill 0 lBo] 11I 21-Lawtey B. 16
e1ya The Dodgers and the Blues Raiford Volunteer Firefighters
r had almost equal statistics in I
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\ With a rally going in the Mother's Day Benefit This dinner will be held in
third and the Blues left the Dinner for the Raiford conjunction with the annual
bases loaded and a rail>' in the Volunteer Fire Departmentwill Enduro Motorcycle Race in
I /V fifth ended with two men on. be held at the Raiford Raiford.
Both teams had pitching Community Center Sunday, The race is sponsored by the
problems. Lawtey Blue gave May 8The Florida Trail Riders Associa
I up 12 walks while the Dodgers dinner will begin at tion, and it will begin early
I : :: pitching gave up 13. 12.30: p.m,, and there will be Sunday morning
7z -
Steve Little and Clayton choice of chicken and rice, or All proceeds from the
Norman were the big hitters fish, as well as a variety of dinner w ill go for the benefit of
., vegetables, bread and drink. the Raiford Volunteer
I for the Dodgers with four hits Fire
each. Little had two singles Hot dogs will be sold at a Department.
and two doubles while Nor separate stand.Donations .
man had two singles a double will be $1.50 per New communications
and a triple, Dodger Bruce meal. Tickets are available equipment and a back-up
Rehber also had a hot bat from all fire department tanker truck are two of the
hitting three doubles. members m advance, or at the items needed by the depart

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April 28. 1977 TELEGRAPH Page lIA I

I ;: Bradford Girls Dominate District_ Track Meet

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Winning 14 of the 15 events, yard dash with a time of 11.7. 28.6 record held by Virginia Hurlay C. II.I; Yvonne kink, B, II.*. 140 Yard Dash-I II kaura Ch... B.I 1M Yard Hun 11 Cindy OrlHItn, B, B,71.',1)) Whllflald, (A,II,; I) Hurlay Running Long Jump 1)) Emma I
the Bradford County High Cindy Griffith was high Crawford. Mlle Run 1) Cindy OrlHItn, C, .OOt II Ouirtarman,SA,u.li,II Nancy 2,20.0> 21 Robin Ichwada. B, 1:91: .1; 3)Cockier. ) C, It.Si, Linda Sawyer, B. If I, IIVv.nn. Murphy B, IST'i II Bony Hudson B,
School girls track team point scorer with I':.'.li 1) kind Richardson C. ilt.li McNul", B, tl.4i 41 Maaca, P'. M.11 I) PI lilt, .i 41 Mitchell c,JoijSI .Link B. It.ti U Dabble Games, I.''>4"l, 31 Scott. IA I4'l"t 41 Gibbs.Pe .
dominated the District 14V4 points, Merri Ormsbee, 4'10"high 21 HCOK ft. aiMlf 4) Parrlth, SA.ti4 Dunn PS, ri.ti 4)) Carolyn Oomaa, B. ) Bird PS, !..OJ.'i .> Prtdi McDougal,, B, 10,0. 14'J'V'f SI) Pratha.+ C. 'I4'l"i II I o.
5-AAA winning two individual firsts jump, broke her previous ,n II Mltchall C. 7ilt.li tl Cathy M.I. I, 3:41.1.: Two Mlle Run-" Linda Rlchardion Nooly PS .'.", 4)) Nancy McNoal, B.
meet Friday April 22, with a and taking part in the winning jump of 4'9". Smith, B, ,,,21._'. Ml Yard Medley Relay, 11) BHS, B, II.111 31) Slices, PS, 19.13, II) Bird, .'.", SI Parrlin .-.". 4)) ".. Cindy
total of 123 points. mile relay Miss Griffith MO Italay, I) BHS I..... udyHank.roon. 440 Yard,Relay-1)BNI I .. Yvonne 1:01.4, Virginia Crawford PayonnaHawkins PS, 16,16.1. 41) Norwood C, If OS I. Games, B, Debbie Games, .. "'". I
won -Mary Berry, 104'4'AI"breaking kink
Antolnatta Bright Debbie Virginia Crawford, Morel orm. ,Marrl Ormtbao Laura DiscusI I B.
Chataj Mlle Relay-I 11 BHS 4:347 Cindy II Mary Barry I04'4'"iII
Eighteen individuals mile run easily by 20 her own schoolrecord Oom. and Virginia Crawford 1) PS ebaa Payonne, H..kln" II C. ..., II 21) C,Jl07.ll, 31) S*,107.4, 4> PS. lllt.l.' Orlfflin Nancy McNoal Carolyn ) Sptncar, C, "'l", 1) Caber, SA
quali seconds and won the half mile of 9811." 1iSI.li 1) SA hlf. 41 C. Ii04.1. PS 23.4 II 'A IS.). 120 Yard Da tl- I) Judy Hank.rson, OomM Laura Chase, II PS, 4:47.Ii: SA, S'lljm". 41) Chili Hawkins. B, '4'4"iII
fied for the regional meet run by 21 seconds. The 880 relay team of Judy _. vt """'.-,.,. -,, ""- .:.13..( 41, C. I....'. Joy Mains, B, '>'!,''; al, Jonai, PS
which will be held April 29, at Hankerson Antoinette Snot Put- II Mary Berry, B.)4'.>.". n" ". i
Astronaut High School in With Bright, II Baker, SA JJ'2"; II Spencer, C, The top four finishers in
12 points Debbie Gomes and ,
was Mary
Titusville, beginning Virginia ::10'''',", 41) Johnson C. U"/'j"i SI each
at 3 p.m. Berry for two individual firstin Crawford with a time of 1:56.6: Noily, PS, 247""; t> Linda Budget B. event qualified for the
the shot and discus. With 11 broke the school record of 21.7". regional meet.
Coach Jerry McGriff said points each were Fayonne 1:59.5.: '1
this was "our best meet of the Hawkins, Laura Chase and Bradford with 123 points t : (I sow
year. it came at a good time." Merri Ormsbee. Linda dominated the other teams St. Mark's Day School
"You want them to get ready Richardson had 10 points. with St. Augustine and
about this time of the year for Palatka South tied for second 'M1 I Ir Iv .

the big meets," added with 47 points, while Green ::1._ Summer Enrichment ProgramAges
Breaking: school records Cove had 41 points. ,

Six girls placed in double wereCindy Griffith, 5:49.5: for STATISTICS
figures, McGriff said. Five the mile run, breaking her .*,It II.yard',Rallnar.low hurdfos1)IA II 0,)3)I flmmonl....ckl.r.PI. 5.9 9:30: A.M. 2:30: P.M.
school records were broken previous record of 5:49.7.: II*; 41, Strawtar, i*. lt.2.
and Fayonne Hawkins tied her -Judy Hankerson. 28.6 for lot Yard Dash II; PayonniHiwklnti
own school record for the 100 the 220 broke the I. 11.7.21 Praina c. II fi IIOlbM ) June 13-17 & Irama
yard dash PI, U0 I) Icon, SA I3.N 9)) Puppetry
June 20-21: Candles. Batik. Tie lye
v v June 27July I Cooking Ca mplnK,Indian Crafts
f7v- July 5-8 Leather Working
Girls A July 11-13 Weaving& Paper :Mache :Masks

I Squeeze To Perfect aMa .1 _y d L July 18.22 Terrariums periements Aquariums, Science Kx-

July 22.29 Carpentry& Sculpture
: August 1-5 Pottery
Season Buchholz August 8.12 Making &Racing Boats Cars& Airplanes

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The Lady Tornado Softball rolled by the Buchholz right defense that failed as Miss Swimming, Music Sports Storytelling Drama, I
team squeezed by Buchholzand fielder for an inside-the-park Jenkins' hard hit grounder. Gardening, Movement Exploration: \It'S. Trips
Baker County High this home run and gave un just kept rolling through Members of the BUS girls track tea m take a break from practice for the District meet Friday J
week to take perfect 13-0 defeated BHS girl softballersa Bobcat defenders and the Pictured are (l-r): Front-Cindy Griffith Denise Revel, manager Linda Sawyer Virginia
record into today's district 7-6 win over the Bobcats. speedy Miss Jenkins rushed Crawford. Middle-Laura Chase, Yvonne Link, Antoinette Bright. Judy Hankerson, Linda REGISTER NOW! (Weekly Basis)
tournament at Westside Park. The win ran the BHS recordto home with the winning run Richardson. Back-Coach Jerry McGriff Mary Berry,Cilltla Hawkins Nancy McNeal Robin Sch-
BUS BAKER 12-0. before Buchholz even got the weda. Not pictured are Merri Ormsbee Betty Hudson. Debbie Gomes, Carolyn Gomes, Fayon 25 Per Week Call 964-6126 '
Dora Triest and Emma The closely fought contestwas ball back to the Infield\ Hawkins, and Emma Murphy.
Murphy reached first on tabbed a preview of the
errors by Baker County's upcoming district tournament
shortstop to set up a two out play-offs by Coach Alvarez.
triple by Francis Coltrane Buchholz led 6-2 going into
which gave BHS a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the fifth inning
the third inning.In when the BHS girls exploded YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
the fifth
inning Dora for four runs on a Francis
Triest led off with a double Coltrane grand slam to tie the
and Phyllis Sharpe drove her game. Dora Triest led off witha
in to score with a two base walk, Sylvia Jenkins
error on the second baseman. singled, Cassandra Johnson
Triest,Coltrane,Sharpe and walked,and Miss Coltrane followed -
Fayon Hawkins each had one with her bases loaded
hit for the Tornadoes. home run. DEDICATION I I DAYOF

BUS-BUCHHOLZ6 Buchhflz huddled and came
out yelling ."defense, defense,
Sylvia Jenkins slapped a defense" in bottom of the
ground ball between first and seventh after the Bobcats had I
second in the bottom of the been retired on three pop fly
seventh inning Friday which balls. But it was the Bobcat


Track Team Realistic


About District Meet I -,

"With a little bit of luck chance to qualify was in the Sunday School 8 Mi. South Of Starke on Hwy 100
we'll finish second," Bradford long Jump.
High boys' Track Coach "If Franklin Bell or David 10:00A.Ma. I. '
Grover Howard said, Carter can hit a good jump : '
referring to the upcoming they could finish third or !) : '
district track meet. fourth," Howard said. SUNDAYc"c"" \ <. '
Howard isn't being MorningWorshipA I
pessimistic but realistic. _
Palatka South is the heavy "' '' -,.. .f

the favorite past in five Friday's years meet.they'vewon For Woniens Open 11:00: A.M. ''\ >b i.;

the meet and this year ,., ,, should be no exception. League BeginsA ..
"Barring Palatka any major cat. Dedication Service MAY 1

strophe south four team women's open
should win, Howard said. league sponsored by the ,
Howard said he thought the Starke Recreation Department 2:30: P.M.
Tornadoes had an outside
opens play next week.
chance to send seven to nine At 7:30: May 3, the DuPont
men to the regional meet. To team takes on the Gatorettesand Evening Worship
advance to the
regionals a
at 8:45: Dominoes meet
man or team must place in the McDonalds.
top four finishers in an event. The women's church league 7:15: P.M. 1977 }
Discus men Keith Carter
sponsored by the Starke
and Smith
Bobby were pickedby Recreation Department was
Howard to finish second idle this week. Next week on
and third in the district. May 2 Grace Baptist takes on Nursery Provided MERLE PACKHAM. Pastor
"Other than
a man and
First Baptist Gold at 7:30
Palatka South, nobody has
at 8:45: First Baptist
touched our guys this season,
takes on the (Fellowship

season Howard is said.Carter's 132 best.feet while throw Smith this Angels.Standing League. for Women Church- Preaching At All 3 Services Will Be Provided By

has thrown 139 feet.
1. First Baptist Blue 1-0
The 440 yard dash is another Fellowship Angels l-O
area that Howard picks the 2. Grace Baptist 0-1 Tony Gonzalez of Kingsport TennesseeSpecial
Tornadoes to finish strong. First Baptist Gold 01. ,
The reasons are Floyd

Williams"Carter and is one David of the Carter.most know your1 Music By Hope Choir

outstanding men in this area
but Palatka South has two CarpetIngKEN
men with better times,"
Howard said "but David COMPLIMENTS OF: GENERAL CONTRACTOR : Triest Construction Co. Keystone Hgts.Fia.
hasn't lost a race this year. He

he hasn't could really run been a better pushed time so" c"4 FINANCING BY: First Federal Savings and Loan Assoc., Putnam Co. ARCHITECT: Don R. Morgan Keystone Hgts., Fla.

Howard added. TEAL hi
Howard said Williams looks ENGINEERS: Wilder & Associates, Jacksonville Fla. PAINTING: Nprth Fla. Painting Lake City, Fla.
strong for the number four .
spot in the meet. "
"This is Floyd's first year PLUMBING: McGill Plumbing & Plumbing Supplies Keystone Hgts., Fla. DRYWALL. : Frank's Custom Drywall Keystone Hgts.
and he's inexperienced. He ..

hasn't Howard seen said.Freshman his. best time yet" CARPETS FOR PLAY ROOFING: Ferber & Osteen Roofing Co. Gainesville Fla ELECTRICAL: Bell Electric Co., Keystone Hgts., Fla.]

Richard Smith
was given a chance by CArpet manufacturer
Howard to qualify in the 880. art continually MASONARY: Thomas L Richardson
Innovating, presentingnew .
yard run"He's .
not the favorite but ideas In printed Const. Co., Keystone Hgts., Fla.
floor covering. Some ,
nobody has worked harder r' "
than Richard. If he can run a" lire nurseries designed especially others for .:'i ..:'.:" : HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING:
for -* .
2:08: I think he can qualify : w .
Howard said. kitcheni And At tome least one for i.iiJ.ll.fv,,. '>1 ,. ; Bill Williams Heating & Air Jax, Fla. I
"If workouts are any Indication playrooms. ; .
Richard can do It," major manufacturer is I, r" '
Howard added. making carpets which ,,. r r 'ACOUSTICAL TILE: State Plastering Co., ]
are giant gameboardt ,
t. The mile relay team of for use In playrooms.. If ," Gainesville. Fla.
i Franklin Bell Essau Bright. Carpet Is the today
David Carter and either Floyd happening In floor t J.i. 4i
Williams or Marvin Tyson is coverings. Manufacturers 'tt ;. WOOD WINDOWS: Ernest L Brown
picked by Howard to take are taking the
second in the meet. lead In setting home decorator .. Ocala, Fla.
V.Howard said the one styles. Carpets !

fi.j question is Tyson who should be more than .-- .....- ;:: ....
Si injured an ankle in spring lust functional.they IIo>y> r'rfit f
CIo football practice and may not should be the'center of
IS/ be able to run. Tyson is also a your decor. .
member of the 880 relay team Be sure to look ever
u> Baptist
ioU that Howard gives an outside our large Inventory of ,1rr i lHope
*; chance to qualify choosing.carpets Our..,courteous.b.-.fore ,1

"0f the five teams in the salesmen will be happyto _
meet our 880 team has beaten confer with you on 1

,_ only one, St. Augustine, and making selection the right .. -. .- : .. ..:-.0r-="'1: .
toSJT r
uc we have to beat them again -t Church
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qualify. Howard .rrf, ,_. r_ '"
rt the 880 team ... ,
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|<- Tornadoes getting a. second Carptfc .... .. .
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tP f ,. Badcock Furniture Locks On To First .

..:."; j ;) Badcock kept a lock on first Lawtey 17- Dupont 13 Devore and Shuford each .three, three RBI's and scoring .'
.. H place this week with a 22-3 had two hits and three RBI's. three times. Mens Open League Schedule Y ON'
9'.j1l victory over Lawley while the In a real slug fest Lawtey Steven Starling, Tom Tatum, Misfits Merchants 1 for Week of Aprll28-M 4 'f!
Misfits stayed in hot persuit scored four runs in the final Wayne Wood, Daniel Summers *' ..On Monday, May 2 the "
j r: vE'1- I picking up a victory and Inning to outlast Dupont 17-13. .and Randell Hlpgin- The.Misfits, 'led\ by pitcher Merchants play Badcoek '
J: _. ., -4ij : staying one game behind Back to back singles by botham each had two RBI's DavidBenhett,. put all the Furniture at 7:30: and Lawtev 11.
: Badcock in the Starke Lawtey's Doug Jones and for Lawtey. pieces together, holding the plays the Misfits at 8:45.:
1 '\ r.l r.. Recreation Men's Open Tracy Griffis started the Willie Lee had a hot bat for' Merchants to only one run and "
Q''I League. seventh and back to back Dupont going two for four with five hits,to earn a 5-1 victory. On Wednesday May 4, '
4 '. Here are this weeks games: doubles with one out by David one home run and 3 RBI's.Dale Bish Bishop for the Mer Lawtey plays the Merchants
"" Badcock chants and Don Wheeler for at 7:30: and at 8:45: DuPont 1"
22-Lawtey 3Lawtey
Devore and Danny Shuford Mollerup also had a goodnight
..... _.id- ;:, -J 1- .. f ; t ""t.J ...4 .. jumped out to 3-0 kept the rally alive. at the prate going two for the Misfits each had two hits. takes on Badcock, .
,. '4 {'J lead but after that it was all ... .. ,.. .. j,.
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runs in the bottom of the first
Spring Is here and along with the crack of the baseball bat you'll hear the crack of the leather 4 runs in the second, 4 more in Don't Waste Open .4 'r
with Spring!: football underway at Bradford High. the third and finished with an
Twelve lettermen eight!: of which were starters last year were among the 33 players who 8 run burst-inning in the 7 Days rr s ;
reported when practice began!: Monday. fourth inning. Your Income Tax A Week ( '
Coach David llurse said he expected the eight starters from last year to be the nucelus and Badcock out hit Lawtey 17 to :.
and had
5 3 home
loaders for runs.
next year's ball club.
llurse said during the spring, workouts would concentrate on fundamentals and trying to find Leading hitters for Badcockwere W
the right! place for each player. Charlie Green going 4- RefundThis <
i llurse added that spring JV practice for eighth and ninth graders begins next Monday and for-4 with home 1 double and 1
nimuie interested should contact Coach Reddy Cox. grandslam run. Brian
Johns went 3-for-4 knocking 2
homers and totaling 6 RBI's.. Year Buy A Mobile Home ---'=

Tornado Baseball Ends With VictoryThe singles Larry Mercer in 4 trips picked and up Ellis 3 From Mark Olin ,

Griffis and Timmy Eiland ( I I '
each had 2 hits. Tax Refund Special
Bradford County High With the victory, Tornado For Lawtey Ricky Solz had 2
baseball team ended its pitcher Jackson Prevatt Jim Prevatt in the second hits while Steve Starling i
t, regular season on a winning gained the dubious honor of inning helped a 4 run rally by David Dwore and Wayne 12x50 FLAMINGO 24x60 Champion :3 I BR-2B
note with a 10-2 clubbing of being' the only pitcher on the BUS and gave them a per demons had one hit each. .
t Keystone Heights.The manent lead. Misfits 17-Dupont 3 2 B.R. .
u in was the last game team the throw a complete The Tornadoes added to Behind 2-0 in the bottom half 12,9000
before district tournament game. He held the Indians to their lead in the third when of the first the Misfits an., .329500
play begins this ,Friday at just five hits and struck out Kenny Aycox and Richard swered with 2 home runs, 2 N. DMM P 1f1t. rt For VrttrainHwy .,q.. l I I I I
F'.ilatka South. six. Hall hit back to back singles doubles and 2 singles;! to score f fC
and Jeff Norman drove themin 8 runs and take control of the _
with a double. They addedone game. After picking up 2 more
Hasty Green, GM Lose more run in the fourth and runs in the second the Misfits J OLIN'S I
two more in the sixth to seal put the game out of reach in =: -
I'' the victory. the fourth with a 7 run spurt.
The victory was the Tor- Hitters for the Misfits:* '
Quick In Ga. Tourney nadoes fifth against 13 Tommy Wise 2-for-4, 1 RBI; T MOBILE HOME
defeats.In Don Wheeler 3-for-4, 1 RBI; 100 Starke 964-5606 I
Steve Cox 2-for-4; Randall
I Hasty Green and the Green Ken Sanders ,Ford of action earlier this week: Thomas l-for-3 2 RBI's;
11 Machine both went to the Albany, Georgia, took first Lake City 9 BHS 3 Donny Bagwell 2-for-2 3 NO MONEY DOWN FOR PRIOR SERVICE PERSONELLSEE I i
Thomasville's Hose CityI place.Buddy's of Tallahassee You can only hold on so long RBI's; Wayne Harper l-for-3
with finished second, and Warren and then something has to Wheeler for
I Invitational Tournament 1 RBI; Fred 3- -3, 4 '
high hopes of marching Motors took third. give. BHS managed to tie RBI's; Ralph Gilpin l-for-3; THE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED CHAMPION MOBILE HOME
t through Georgia, but for both Harry Hatcher manager of Lake City in the fifth inning at Terry Gains l-for-3 1 RBI; WITH DRY WALL CONSTRUCTION AT QUN MOBILE HOME "
t trams it proved to be a short the Green Machine wasn't 3 to 3, and the score stayed and Donny Wise l-for-3, .3 .
I v.ulk happy with his teams two that way until the tenth when RBI's. .oOQ11'1 Tq ''Q. r ' quick losses."I the roof fell in.
The tournament hostedome don't want to take Lake City sent 11 batters to
of the strongest competition any thing away from the other singe and hit 2 doubles a V ESTABLISHED 19041Bnihill
in the country. teams but we played sorry and a home run, scoring
:National" Champion Warren Softball, we stunk," Hatcher 6 runs and nailing soen the
Motors and Class "A" said.
champion Heed Nuts were "We have to work harder got their first run on a
just two of the strong par and get better," Hatcher second inning homer by
II ticipants. added Charlie Revel. Jeffrey Jockel .
Hasty I Green finished ninth The Green Machine's next and Kenney: Aycox scored the
put <01 l 32 teums, winning only tournament is in Valdosta two fifth inning runs when OVER 150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST
''Hie. game over local rival the May 6, 7, and 8. The Hasty singles by Richard Hall and 1
I (;rl''n !Machine. Green travel to Jacksonvillefor Chuck Colbert, and a sacrifice Dale Brown.ANNOUNCES ,
I "We lost! t our first game in a a tournament l\1ay6.7, and bunt by Dinky Kilby pushed

luwnpoiir to the Southerners" q. them across. . HsREOPENING/
lit of Alabama Ronnie
I Ihomas of Hastv Green said. BARGAIN PRICES 4 I
And alter our win over the I
lil'et'nllIchine: \\eere
eliminated by Epps," he

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I a tune-up match for thisFriday's ,3'. ;, a Yc Your Jr With A Bright New Paint Job ;
tournament the
Tornado Golf team finished i*' ChoiceCONTAINER lIlT '
And Overall Cleaning Due To His
'(:l'ondin a triangular meet in
I West Nassau.I.uke: I I

I City won the tournament Recent Fire \
I \\nth a score of 159, the TREND S
f Tornadoes second with
171 and West wee:Nassau': was third GROWN MILLS Thanks To The Great People That Helped Dale Get His Store
it 1112 .
The match was held at the Back In ShapeTHAT'S '
I Oeerfield Country Club, the CITRUS 11AZT'' t' \
site orIus\ vear's district "

I I tournament"I\1 told' the players to worry TREES NOT ALL . t
about \the golf course and not

I their\dkinson score.said.Adkinsnn" described.Coach Warney the Your Choice HAMILTON BEACH All The Furniture In The ,Store Is New I

course as "real tough" He
,said of the front nine holes, six I ORANGE j
I I have water traps GRAPEFRUIT $599 Many Items Still Need Uncrating Dale Is Offering
: Scott Roberts tied with Lee .

C'u'ey'lornactoes tor with low a man score for of the 42. SATSUMA The Latest Fashions and Styles Available

Wade inkier shot a 43 and LIME
Itichiiri) Games snot a Reg 4759
41 I lo round out me top tour. Anywhere . .. .
Adkinson said part of the \ I
Tornadoes problem has been
with their putting."Everybody's .

I gone sour this putter week has" eI. FOGGER COME TODAY
I Adkinson said. \ I f J73 5VIA/AIMIA

l "I 1 didn't worry too much Do-It-Your self Home Exterminator
about the losses this week K\
'I because! the whole season Just Press The Clip and It Fogs The
boils down to this Friday,"
t I Adkinson! said referring to the. ) Whole House. Each
district ;lournament. Small Size Size DOII'T'
I. 'c
The Tornadoes finished the $199 Large $399Reg.
season at 9.12 but Adkinson '2" S4 a Customer "
whose teams have never '
finished lower than fourth in 88 :
/ thedislricl.the tournament"We is looking forwardto $100 0" Who Stops By O1i r

can redeem our loss \y
with a strong finish," Our Oil
.\dkinson said
I Adkinson\ picked Orange s 9 Hahn G G 01111
Park. PalatkaSouth, and Clay .. GRANDOPENING
High as the teams to beat and P'" LTD 500-8 HP 30" Cut k .
said that Lake could be : 1
City a .
I ,
sleeper to watch. '-J t Reg. .1'-
799"I OPt""II
The golf team will leave I. :
j Thursday for one full practice
t round before Friday's tour.iwmcnt. ReceiveFREE
Hahn. The Tough
\.. 69995 :
In matches earlier this week One With A 2 Year 1\fJ
) the Tornadoes lost to 8AIIIIA'8

Gainesville Lake City Buchholz and Limited Warranty On The Trans Axle '?

BUS 169 BuchhoU 154 Automotive Type Steering Floating Front GIFT ,
Wade Winkleras low mar I
for the Tornadoes with.a 40 Axle I
Disc. Brake. Cuts Clean & Even -
Lee Casey shot a 41 I. Scot!i
Roberts a 42, and Richard I See Hahn. 'I 4T.msTe
Gaines a 4K.

Hobby Allen was low for LIMITED TIME OFFER ACT NOW AND SAVE 400' HTAtlllMfO y1G
Huchholz with a 38. : ......u_. ._
BUS 163 Lake City 158:
The Tornadoes lost their ,of NURSERY AND 8ndcoclc"4.'amoll. eyayi'
last home match to Lake City alIDA Doubt HOME FURNISHING CENTERS
five strokes. GARDEN CENTER
Richard .
by GUARANTEESllh - mauci* iooit COVKXIMO mttomm '
Gaines and Wade Winkler tied En

at Tornadoes.39 for John low man Valmskl on shota the V -Vniii.ai L- 539 starke E. Call St ;:Cj.t.viws.;::l :: ,:|| DALE BROWN OWNER'''

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42 and brother Joe Valinskl ,/ .......OffIce.G.Iowe..........fly.4.Stark M.e.r It y.vr !1..1! ri..l ln4 i.. 1 128 S. Walnut I St. 9645289tcACJz J
shot a 43 to finish the top four. .....Im 0..... ..r....r rth. CIty kf Iti. .......
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Rev. Jim Love, Hospital Auxiliary Holds Installation Monday Night ..
BRA AI D CpU Page IB ,
f. / "
Miss Neis HonoredRev. t
was served buffet. The dining

Jim Love, minister of tables were covered with 1 ..
the First Christian Church, alternate yellow and green vtgnxp1add:
cloths and centered at In-
and his fiancee Miss Arietta
with wicker baskets
Nets of Ormond Beach were Jt
holding permanent
given a bridal shower 4'r l' ,z of daisies and w.
Saturday night, April 23, by arrangements strawberries. The Sweetest Strawberries TM Side of Heaven CC"ly EJlo.
the Women's Council of the
964- 7608 28,1977
decorated napkins were used. April
First Christian Church, gQ1.jf
Hostesses Mrs. L.C.
Starke In the Fellowship Hall. were
Early, Mrs. Basford and Mrs.
Arrangements of honey., Louin Redding
suckle, baby's breath and
greenery were used at focal Memorial Service
points in the hall and on the

refreshment Games were table.played under Sunday, May 1

the direction of Mrs. Fred $ 1 Mf% .
Dobbins and Mrs. Steve At Crosby LakeThe
Wright. A big success was a ;
new version of "The NewlyWed W.T. Weeks chapter of
Game" played by "Oldie- the United Daughters of the re n,
' Wed" couples, Mr. and Mrs. !! Confederacy will hold its
James H. Faulkner, Mr and 1 annual Memorial Day service
Mrs. Dave McCarver, Mr. J Sunday, May 1, at 3 p.m. at the r
.. .
and Mrs. Bob Smith, Mr. and .r. -J Confederate Monument at ,
Mrs. Delbert Casey and Mr. r
Lake .
Crosby Cemetery.On ti
Officers Installed
and Mrs. Bob Hayes. at the Hospital Auxiliary Meeting Monday the will be E.L.
Decorating of the hall was night are: Seated (l-r) Mrs. Dave Shuford Mrs. W.J. "'rick, Matthews program, speaker W.B.
handled by Mrs. Grace Full- Mrs. A.C. Bastard, standing-Mrs. Lou in Redding, Mrs. Linda ;
violinist Mrs.
Kay Johns, Mrs. Drew Reddish, and Miss Arthurlne McKinney, ; ,r
wood and Mrs. Jim Faulkner. Blanchard.
Carolyn Canova, soloist and .
Assisting in serving refresh- Mrs. L.A. Canova will accompany gS
ments were Mrs. Lola Zip- Thirty-four members of the Auxiliary through on the autoharp.The .
Bradford County Hospital many money making projects .
Mrs. Edwin Williams,
perer public is invited to
have for the
Mrs. Warren Carver, Mrs. Auxiliary donated 2,701 purchased
Mattie Miley and Mrs. Grace volunteer hours to the hospital hospital a cautery unit for the attend. i.i
Fullwood. during the past year it was emergency room for $2,715, ;

Approximately 50 guests brought out in the annual two medication carts, $1,128 UDC To Meet -. .... :.."...... .... \ ,
attended., Out-of-town guests reports given at the Auxiliary and an infant immobilizer for 1 I- "j

were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin meeting Monday night in the $200.Mrs. May 4 AtHoliday i e r. it ill ::.A y .
Richard Neis, Jr. of Daytona. Methodist Fellowship Hall. Dave Shuford, -
Rev Love and Miss Neis The Auxiliary has 43 active president, presided over the Senator Johns gives son,Jerome, a fatherly greeting latter makes a surprise appearance on
will be united in marriage members,eight life members meeting where it was an- Inn crutches from Gainesville hospital where he recently underwent leg amputation following an I
May 21 in Ormond Beach. eight sustaining members and nounced that Mrs. Ida Lee accident. From left: Mrs. Jerome Johns, Markley Ann (Johns) Cash, Sen. Johns and son; Mrs.
13 new members. Plummer has been appointedin The W.T. Weeks chapter Charley Johns,and the senator's half sister Mrs. W.J.Ollvenba u m. ,I
charge of the Hospitality UDC, will meet Wednesday;
Shop in the hospital lobby May 4, at 3 p.m. at the Holiday Sen. And
Charley E. Johns
Mrs. S.W. Hamilton Installed Inn.Hostesses
This Week's Special the following new will be Mrs. C.N.
officers: Mrs. A.C. Basford, Christy, Mrs. J.D. Seymour, Celebrate Golden AnniversaryApproximately
president; Mrs. W.J. Frick, and Mrs. Jewell Roberts. st

BROWNIES 2/25 president-elect; Mrs. Drew 1,600 people and Mark Henry, great
Reddish, first vice-president; Walter Tomlinson went to the Woman's Club of grandson.The .
Mrs. Dave Shuford second Starke Sunday afternoon receiving line stood in }
Remember To Order A Cake vice-president; Mrs. Linda K. Maxine Manning between the hours of 3 and 6 the lounge in front of the 4
Johns, treasurer; Miss Ar- p.m. to congratulate Sen. and fireplace where the mantel
For Mother's Day May S thurine Blanchard recording ,.Wed April 6 Mrs. Charley E. Johns on held an arrangement of cream t ,
secretary; Mrs. Redding Walter Tomlinson of Starke their golden wedding an- stock,yellow roses, pompoms, .''r

Qaaoa J Uru !? Eaoo"Starke's : corresponding and Maxine Manning of 'niversary. and statice. .
secretary; and Mrs. Charles Macclenny were united in The reception, not only one In the foyer the guests ,, '
Swartz chaplain. Each officerwas of the loveliest affairs held in signed the guest book at a :t
marriage April G at Green 4'
Own Bakery" presented with an orchid Cove Springs.The Starke in many years, but the table attended by Mrs. Olin ,
corsage. day, April 24, was proclaimed White, Mrs. Warren Winkler 7 .
couple is residing in
138 E. Call St. 964.5890 Preceding the business Starke. "Governor and Mrs. Charley and Mrs. James Reddish. ) -
meeting a covered dish dinner Johns Day" by the Bradford The gift table held a basketof

County Commissioners, in yellow pompoms, blue iris -
recognition of their con and yellow roses. j2
tributions to the county and In the sunroom the punch'; ,
;Florida. table was covered with a
Hosting the affair was their white lace cloth over white j
son/ Charley Jerome Johns linen and held two silver two- c'
and Mrs. Johns and their branch candelabra with
daughter Mrs. James H. yellow tapers and entwined )l./I k
lash: and Mr. Cash. with yellow sweetheart roses ". -
Standing in the receivingline and baby's breath. Smilax :L i b.
with Mr. and Mrs. Johns roping was draped around the !Uj :
were Mrs. George Miller, skirt of the tablecloth accented -' ,
Mrs. Douglas Hardy Mr. and with gold bows.
Mrs. Jerome Johns, Mr. and The punch table in the l'
Mrs. James Cash, Phillip auditorium was covered witha
I .Johns, grandson; Miss white lace cloth with smilax Sen. and Mrs.Charley E. Johns greeted friends from all parts I
-. Adrienne Kazarian, granddaughter runners accented with gold of Florida at their 50th Wedding Anniversary Sunday afternoon.
i ; Charley Jerome, bows.Centering the table wasa "
Cash, grandson; Jimmie tiered wedding cake flankedby pompoms and stat ice: At the" Reddish nd' Mrs. Beverly
Cash, grandson; Deborah four branch silver can- base of the candelabras were Morgan soloists, and W.B.
Williams granddaughter; delabras with arrangementsof arrangements of leatherleaffern McKinney violinist.
Frank Williams, grandson, yellow sweetheart roses, green grapes limes and Among the out-of-town
lemons. guests were Congressman and
Centering the stage was a Mrs. Don Fuqua Colonel and
gothic arrangement of cream Mrs. Reid Clifton, Major C.W.
statice, yellow roses pom- Keith, Colonel and Mrs. Ralph
You'll want to rememberhow poms and yellow statice.On Davis, General and !Mrs.
the piano was an Henry G. McMillan, General
they look arrangement of 50 yellow and Mrs. Billiard. Dr. and
rosebuds and baby's breath. Mrs. J.W. Keitz, Senator and
Palms were used at vantage Mrs. LK. Edwards Senator
today points throughout the club. and !Mrs. Randolph Hodges,
Mrs. Johns was lovely in a Senator and !Mrs. din G,
yellow chiffon gown with gold Fraser Senator andIrs.! .
sequin trim complimentedwith .W.C Herrell Former
a gold throated white Chairman State Road Board.
orchid. 'Honorable' Alfred !McKethan.
Inviting the guests into the Representative and !Mrs. John
: F 1' dining room were Mrs. W.B. Ayers Honorable Edward
Mundy, Mrs. Robert Green Ball. Dr. and :Mrs. Carl. C
Mrs. A.G. Loudon Mrs. P.G. !Mendoza, and Judge James
Felos, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Johanos.
Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr.
Pouring punch were Mrs.
H.C. Ritch, Mrs. H.H. Adams, First MethodistsHold
Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy Mrs.
C.N. Christy, Mrs. John A. Teen Banquet
Torode, Mrs. J.W. Kincaid,
Mrs. Sammie David Miss Sue Saturday NightThe
Brinson, Mrs. Franklin Ritch
Mrs. S.W. Hamilton, Mrs. First United Methodist
1 J.W. Hitch and Mrs. V.J.
Church of Starke held a Teen
Spengler.Presiding. Banquet for the youth of the
at the cake table church and their guests
< were Mrs. Charles Williams, Saturday night at FellowshipHall.
Mrs. H.M. Richarde, Mrs. .
M.A. Pettit, Mrs. W.J. Mrs. Richard Little coor-
Olivenbaum, Mrs. Charles dinated the event with Mrs.
< ) Darby and Mrs. Hogan Randy l'iewland in charge of
'ak I\'HWWi2\ Copeland. entertainment. The Newlywed
Attending as floor hostesseswere game was played with the
Mrs. Dave Paulk, Miss following couples participating -
Norma Canova Mrs. Bobby Mr. and Mrs. John
\ :
\ I \ 7JY Gillain, Mrs. Carolyn Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Redgrave, Mrs. J.H.DuPre, Polk, Jeanne Loper and Louis
/ Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. E.B. Garner, Carolyn Eaves and
ice Searing, Mrs. R.A. Green, Rev. George Harper. Mrs.
Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs. Ervin Richard Odom and Mrs. John
Andrews Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Miller acted as the official
A. professional Mrs. L.F. Dinkins Mrs. M.G. scorekeepers with Mrs. New-
McMillan Mrs. A.Y land as Master of Ceremonies.The .
8x10 color for Covington, Mrs. Paul Bridges, winning couple was
sl portrait Mrs. C.A. Knight, Mrs. Alice Jeanne Loper and Louis

( Choose from Barron, Mrs. James T. Moore Garner. Door prizes were
I our Mrs. Robert E. Biggs, Mrs. provided by the UMW.Approximately .
selection' of $ scenic and Maxie Carter, Jr., Mrs. 50 people

l 88 color' backgrounds.Select William Wilson, Mrs. Joseph attended.
Jan 5uit5 Valinski. Miss Lillian Stump
additional portraitsand and Mrs. John Anderson.

save up to 1/3 comparedto Providing music during the Little Women
reception hours were Mrs.
'ec 1975 prices. See our new large Decorator Portrait. L.A. Canova and Mrs. Inez
0 a 1 per or sprig Your complete satisfaction guaranteed or your Green pianists, Mrs. Vernon To Meet May 2

for money cheerfully refunded.No The Little Women's Club
perfect LADIES will meet Monday, May 2, at 8
\ obligation to buy additional portraits p.m. at the club house.
have your wry ownprudublr All members are asked to
N THURSDAY Apr. 28 thru SUNDAY MAY 1, 1977 Jean or. Apparel 'attend as new officers will be
Feature the latest in
Shop elected and official date
c 10:00: A.M. 8:00: P.M. Jr.n_. Denims .ndbporUwmr. and details an for the Disney
\ SM.SSO( World will be voted
t 837 S. Walnut St. includes. : Supplies.SlurrFlslurra..Trainina..lin trip on.

TG& >nor .!) HvKinninKln DUPLICATE BRIDGE I
rnlur> <-.. and a G.Ir! CLUB RESULTS .
ltiiiltj Grand Opening fnluring a
0 .IIlIno.n crlrbrily. }uu Jeff Wrenshall arid Eva
run. be open and earning Mathewson were the winning
aT '. One sitting per subject $1 per subject (or additional subjects prolilH wilHin 1.1: d..,..Coll .couple at Duplicate Bridge
groups or individuals in the same family. Persons under 18 iw .B>liiii. TOLL FKEK: Tuesday night Dr. and Mrs.
must be accompanied by parent or guardian. I-HOO-874-47MO. Auk fur Jim Mlnesinger were second
Mr.J.rm 4/21.6/12 and Mr..and Mrs. Ed Wainwright -
were third.

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Paste 2B 1'KI.KCItAIHI Anril2H.. 1977 .. .. ,.

W. Fred Moore Hope Holliday A1 U Ruth Hazen .1I

''+ aa Luncheon A Shower HonoreeMiss

CelebratesBirthday ;_ iL---10.
HonoreeMiss Ruth Hazen May 27
/t : bride-elect, was honored at a

." Hope Holliday, bride- .; bridal I shower Thursday, April
W Fred Moore of Law ley 9 a elect!, was honored at a lun- 21, given by Mrs. Dolph E.
celebrated his birthday cheon Saturday given by Mrs. Reddish, Mrs. Sidney
Sunday April 24, with a McRae and Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. R.E. Pattersonand
Dewayne t
family dinner at his home. George Huggins at the homeof 1NIIIIrArlette Mrs. J.T. Prevatt, Jr. at
Those attl'mhnlwere/: : Mr. the latter.Attractive. the home of the latter.
and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and arrangements of Arrangements of roses and

Jay of Live Oak. Mr and Mrs. spring flowers were used at 'L. ", pompoms were used on the u
Tom Casey Kathy and Lee of interest in the party refreshment table and in the
and Johnny Hobbs of Starke; ; living room. Miss Eoline
Mrs S.D. Andrews and r.L rooms.The two dining tables were Green presided at the punch

Debbie of Wildwood.: Mr and covered with ecru linen cloths bowl.
>'. Jr and
Mrs. W.I Moore and centered with arrange- Seventy-five guests were
Jason of Miami; Mrs. Gayle ments of sweetheart roses and invited to call between the

Todor, Scott and Brad and larkspur. Bridal place cards hours 7:30: and 9 p.m. v1X J '
Jeff Torode of Orange Park; 1Mr marked the seating arrange- The hostesses presented the
Jimmy Moore, Mr. and Mrs. honoree with a vegetable bowlto
ment for the 14 guests. Neis
Lisa Coleman Danny Thompson, Kevin and The hostesses presented the her chosen china as a Sherri Brown \
Bryan of Jacksonville; Mr. .and Mrs Lacy Sllcox honoree with a recipe box Rev. Jim Love memento of the occasion.
Dean JohnsEngagement
Joe Sapp and Moore of
Mrs. Mickey
j filled with the favorite Out-of-town guests were
guests '"
141 w leyMr Sue Mitchell, Lacy Silcox Wed April 16 recipes. To Wed May 21 Mrs. Pansy Strickland great-
Engagement : and Mrs. David Mooreof Bobbie Chaff aunt, and Mrs. Jettie Hazen, Told
Mrs. Faye
Jacksonville stopped by in Miss! Sue Mitchell of Miami Following the wedding a grandmother of the bride-
I Mr: and Mrs Hillon the afternoon. and Lacy Silcox of Starke small reception for the immediate assisted in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Neis of elect of Gainesville. Also
Mr. and Mrs R
Coleman ol Starke announce were united in marriage April family was held at Ormond Beach announce the attending were Mrs. Jack E. Douglas
+ Brown of Twin Falls, Idaho
and -f-- IGat 7 In. at the home of Mr the Kpps home.
(the engagement approaching J p engagement and approaching Hazen. mother of thebrideeffect
I of
marriage( of their Mr. and Mrs Merritt and Mrs. Harold Kpps; with Mr. and Mrs. John Myers marriage of their daughter, ) and Mrs. Basil announce engagement
Sherri I
their to
i daughter. Lisa Gail, to Joe U. Williams spent ten days Kev Charles l H. Swartz The couple are residing at spent Wednesday to Sunday at Arlette Jean to Rev. Jim Davis, mother of the Dean Johns daughter of Mr. and
Sapp. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. recently in Acapulco. A trip performing the nuptials. 424 N. Water Street. Disney World and Sea World Love, son of Mr. and Mrs prospective groom. Mrs Charles E, Johns of
Joe I n.) S Sr. of Law ley and Mr. and of
The uedding will he anevent Stale Farm InsuranceAgent.y. Glover at Brooksville.Mr. Harrisonville, Mo.
i in July Miss Brown is a 1975

::DJ'YoJ and Mrs. Robert Barks- graduate of Twin Falls High
now 0 0 0 The wedding will take place School in Idaho. She was a
rOIWKCTION) !tI Mr. and :Mrs. K.O. Dansby dale of Humboldt Tenn. and May 21 at 2 p.m. at the Grace member of the National Honor
visited :Mrs. :Nona'; Carr in Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lutheran Church at Ormond
and selected to be
:Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sch- Mr. and Mrs. George Powellof Williams of Newport Richey Society was
1 Jacksonville
Lloyd Bryan did nol have on Sunday. wab of Merritt Island and son, Newton N.C. arrive Fridayfor returned last Thursday from Beach. in "Who's Who Among
surgery in Alachua General two weeks visit with Mrs. Miss Neis is a junior American High School
Eddie Schwab of Gainesvillewere
two weeks trip to Europe.Dr. .
Mr and Mrs. Polo Lacayoand College in St "
Ihepl'll Flagler
hospital as reported in weekend guests of Mrs J.H. Fields. Students. She will graduatein
.\ 21 edition of the family of Tallahasseewere Augustine, majoring in June from Utah Technical
Anderson. l
Myrtle and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen
; j
weekend of Mrs. _
Telegraph. He was in the guests Mrs. A.J. Eaves and Mrs English. College in Provo Utah in
attended the Florida
but for observation James Barron. Op- Itev. Love is a graduate of with data
hospital accounting a
Douglas Seymour of Ed Kimutis attended the Girl tometric convention in Hollywood
and tests.The is his Scout annual meeting friend- the Unniversity of Missouri processing emphasis. i
Mrs. C.C. lloppe of Tampais visiting from Wednesday to
Columbia Mo., and is the
Telegraph regrets theerror. Mrs Mr and Mrs. J.D. ship dinner at Jacksonville Dean is a 1971 graduate of 1
visiting her sisters parents Sunday where Mrs. Whiffen is of the First Christian
Bradford School. He
O L lU-asley and :Mrs. J.W. Seymour this week. University last Thursday. State Public Information Church in Slarke.I High
served two mission
a in
Kinruid this week chairman for the auxiliary..
Japan for The Church of Jesus:!
Christ of Latter Day Saints
I He attended Kicks Junior

WE WANT YOU TOi1XXF and College is in currently Idaho for two attending years

i Brigham Young University in
Provo Utah. He is studying
Criminology and will

FRESH GREEN CUCUMBERS ORFlorida Joanna Knepper, graduate next year from at this that time.program

SAVE 10'EACH Norman YoungTo The couple will be marriedin
9 the Salt Lake Temple! of The

I FAI R Church of Jesus Christ of
Off Wed June 25
Corn Latter J Day Saints on June 2:1:)
A reception will be held in
Mr. and Mrs. Leland P. Starke on Friday. July 2, at ,
Knepper of Keystone Heights 7:30: p.m. in the Chuivh of

SUPERMARKETSClip OFF psly 2Of OFF Iffl' announce the engagement and Jesus 'hrist of Latter I Day
approaching marriage of their Saints on livssent Koad.

The Valuable ". daughter, Joanna Mary, to All family and friends are
2 ROLL PACK I I Norman Thomas Young, son cordially invited to attend the

Coupons in this Ad & TOILET 37S SQUARE FEET v* | | ANY SIZE of Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. reception.
i I Young of Albany. Ga.. former

Save Up To... I TISSUE 19 |II I DOZEN EGGS I'I'I residents The St.wedding Williams of Starke.will take Catholic placeat DKG SororityMet

$1 8 0 I ,. .,.. I .. Church in Keystone Heightson
I I 0" COUPON HITN > T,0 OH 1100 t FOOD MUM. TOUCCO OOUCU KCLUDIO 1 0" COUfOH HIM! > W MML .000. M June 25 al noon with a
\mmm- - ml -. -- - mm -- -- -- / reception following in the
church fellowship hall. In Lake Butler
All friends and relatives are

Bargains, in Grocery All ITEM. AND "en! OOOD TNUPI. _APA. 21. TMIU NDrNT 4. "77 guANTITV HIOHTf{ KEirivEDii invited! _to attend.BIRTHS. Alpha Nu I'h.iptet' of Delta 1'
{;'. Kappa Gamine So;tfty mol
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COMPARE -. :..oeu' rwro l Tuesday. April 1H.! at 7 p m in
TAOLaMKII Lake Butler 1>:leml'nlarvSt'hnol .
...... 99 Media\
Libby Pickled Beets 3/M/ 1 29'j' The meeting was preceded
Day LowPrice {fp with a buffet supper! prepared{

j' / 119 Mr. and !Mrs. llarlen Lynn b.v the l lake Butler hostesses
ill/.v411, 30'i Luther of Starke announce the J President Shirley Jasnnek

t birth of a daughter Alicia presided over I the \business
i Brown Beans / ;;
Deep 344M J 57
Lemon juice 12'I Lynn born April 13 in Alachua meeting, calling for committee
I lOtl UlUIKUt > APPLE General Hospital Maternal reports lirsl Four
Hot Doe Chili / 1 34'49C grandmother is Mrs. Gladys members attended the slate

FRUIT S NFOTAR: FRUIT COCKTAil Jenkins and maternal great meeting in (Orl.lI1d"prll) 1110 -
PEACHES -160Z'. SAVE JUICE SAYE grandmother is Mrs. Lillie ( Each: briefly reviewed themeetings
EveryDayLowPrice giving I the local
fef CAIIMII010NIPx111ll CHICHN' I40NMF 351 ff Pellom. Paternal grand-
Quik Snacks 4/M/ 1 1I 34'PICUI parents are Mr. and Mrs. chapter news on scholarships.
James H. Luther all of legislation the impressive

NM Green i>Beans m ai 4/M/ 1 1I is' 32oz FOAMY Starke. elaborate candle-light decorations service. .and(he

JAR LIQUIDDETERGENT BPW To Meet showed the numerous !gilts
P &
P1ing Fruit Cups MC79e presented to them
I .
HIM' TonightAt Janetaltcrs. program
Ice Tea Mix (chairman turned! the meetingover
w ,
COMPARE lyInG. vow is :
I OWCl.00S ChamberThe to Marilyn Vellenga.
Bonami Cleanser 4/s/ 1 research chairman Mho had
34' Waffle Syrup 69* business charge of the program entitled
'IM PMitT mof' HiriMAi FIMM so' monthly Committment toIxadership
Instant Oatmeal 2/f1/ 1 38' 32ozBTL. meeting of the Starke She I''porll'lilhal
Worehestershire Business and ProfessionalWomen's
1 11 Pill 11111Grape Sauce 79 20* the teacher today is dealing
Club will be held
Jam or Jelly 69" 26' 'MhIlCIIp Thursday, April 28, 1977 7:30: with students whose families!
0 t a t oes 3/M/ 47* p.m. at the Chamber of move an average of nine times
while the child is in grades K-
Commerce.This .
.I 12. There have been cases of
I. r /ar for fir ter be devoted evening to orientation meeting will and parents in California and
Florida to court because
will be presented by Della
PUNCHDETERGENT POLISH SALAD MONOGRAM their child has a high school
PAPERTOWELS PEANUT LONG GRAIN Rosenburg diploma and cannot read
Please contact Lillian
BUTTER DILLS DRESSINGS It is expected !there will be a
RICE Pearson 782-3806 if you are
interested in attending. big push m the next few years
19 in Child Care Centers for
125SO 3/l -- ta excess teachers. Social and
FT Family Services are
Mrs. Beverly Blackshear requesting monies usually
returned recently from a 22 allotted lor certified teachers.
day trip to Tahiti New There is a bill in our Mate of

0.......... .. Zealand, Australia .and Fiji Florida legislature to require i
COMPARE ,0. ...eu rwro. Bargains in Frozen J Health & Beauty Aids COMPARE ,0..CflrVito Islands. teachers to take an English

'Um cnu i"u M MI UMU ( COMPARE -l.U.ON .ou W/a ISIS. i i COMPARE aalq/rON eau II.. II 1/1 eL1010NMIY Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early years.examination:Mrs.every Vellenga three/:
Libby Corn 3/89c "' AO/MKPM U.N Flavor Ice 89C .0. spent last Friday to Thursday distributed a questionaire on
Ml PWIII IA l IIKON1M I >' cwii visiting relatives in Mobile, professional goals and accomplishments
Tomato i t Soup b/'l/ 20'EveryDayLowPrice Pink Lemonade 11II1". 6/M/ 1 20' J sine-Off Tablets 97e 1 isMI Potato Chips 87" SAVE Ala. member Each

nun m iiu/ HUT mix w,110 was asked to fill
Downyflake Donuts Z/M/ sr' J Colgate Toothpaste 79|t is* Mr and Mrs. Leon Cady and them out,and the questlonaire i
family of West Hartford will be used again next fall.
SAYE run 11511011N/ ( 0111 1 Conn. are Thursday to Joyce Weldon. membership
Fish 99t SAYE
181 Fillets 3o j schick Super II 99 111' EveryDayLowPrice 201 Saturday guests of Mrs chairman invited all members -
Itll Beverly Blackshear to her home in Mac-
PANTRY PRIDE EggsNSubstitute 591 38" J s Scope p Mouthwash M" 40 BONUS clenny on May 3, at 5 p,m. for
PACK Mrs. Susie Lillibridge of
4"11110110 S i*wooi an orientation meeting for the
Trophy Strawberrys 2/89t/' II' Lipstick M49 Tucson, Ariz. are guests this six new members. The next
I TOMATOJUlCE M. DelMonteCATSUP week Norman.of Mr. and Mrs. Tullie September.regular meeting will be in

t 70' Ti' I1'f Those attending the meeting/
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill of in Lake Butler from Bradford
Ocala the weekend with
t spent County were: Chickie
f Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ed. Adkinson. Mona Canova,
wards. Maxine Gibson Edna (Hart

Evelyn Haney, Helen Johns'Muriel
46oz 38oz Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Van- Norman. Tommie
Wrinkle of Wilmington Dela. Nolin. Maureen Paul Della
CAN BTLEvcryDaylowPrkc are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kosenberg. Gladys Thomas,
Drew Reddish this week. Marilyn Vellenga and Sue
Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopsonand
f. --- s'I I1 _- -- --_ "" '_ I Ii.._II t" son, Christopher were
i Cv !4 weekend guests of Mr. and
HUNGRY JJtCK "" SAVE 1 10'I CASH 1 I I SAVE 10'' CASH I ryDayl.owMc f SAVE 10'I CASH I r SAVE 25 CASH It Mrs. Robert Dopson in
Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and
1 Mrs.
I ; DRY and Mrs. H.F. Darby of Mr. and Mrs.
PIAVO** : parents Harvey
: CAT FOODi II SWEET! 10'II _PEAS_ WHEATIES ; : lake City, Mrs. T.G. Ritch Edwards last Saturday
KOI BOX I I OlSPOSAtlCDATTIMI I and son David, Mrs. Thelma
c _4J I JL'IsfSasV. .OR/12osITl.l I 3/l .... I M-. Mendoza and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
S. !rinST Mi J'i7'S w X.Y J : _/.00'..Mli/Y .Ir LIc_M I
'' Y SilMrT'iJT HIM. R.S. Glines of Jacksonvillewere Holmes of
'':: ,::! f ,, f i'.u ::pM/yrtlHll.r| ; : ::" MIMm. IrMI i Dupo III. spent last
4iii ___ __
\ --- __ ..._u._ _" Sunday visitors of Mrs. Thursday and Friday with Mr.

1\ YOUR DISCOUNT SAVINGS ADDRESS-320 SOUTH WALNUT ST. Carrie Wooten.Rich and Mrs. Mary and Mrs. B.J. Eggers.

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Exceptional Student Art Show On Tap In Gainesville MallAn Mrs. Ida Bogen, 78 _Harold om___ Norman. 43 j
in Mr. Harold K. Norman, 43. Saturday, April 23, in the
wook Hebrew
exceptional student teachers, Ida Brown Bogen, 78 Cemetery of Rt. 1 Box 108 Lawtey died Chapel of Archer-Tanner
art ,
display material support services to ticipating Richmond, Virginia. Archer-
died in
show will be held at the Show times will be Friday, these six counties is sponsoring students and citizens are all Bradford Thursday County, April Hospitalafter 21, Tanner Funeral Home of Thursday, April 21, in North Funeral Home of Starke with
Gainesville Mall Friday- April 29, 10 a.m. 9 p.m.; this event. It will serveas urged to attend the display. a brief illness. Starke was in charge of local Florida Regional Hospital in Rev.Charles Harvey and Rev. .
Sunday, April 29-May 1 with Saturday, 10 a.m. .6 p.m. the highlight activity of the FLRS urges everyone to arrangements. Gainesville after an extended James Cowart officiating
arts, crafts and handiwork of and Sunday, May 1, 12 noon to Exceptional Student come to the Gainesville Mall Born in Poland, Mrs. Bogen illness Burial followed in Crosby
students from all to the Born in Bradford County, Lake Cemetery under the
exceptionalities lend
Education Week proclaimedby support
p.m.Florida lived most of her life In the Mrs. Annie Cooper, 62 direction of Archer-Tanner
In Alachua students and Mr. Norman had lived his
Learning Resources all six county commissionsto exceptional
United E. 62 of
States. Annie
Her residencewas Mrs. COoper
Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist, System (FLRS). a federal be April 25-May 1. Over educators in their communityand on SH-100 between Starke Route 1, Griffis Loop, Starke entire life In the Lawtey Funeral Home of Starke.
Putnam and Union counties on project providing media and 1,000 students will be .par the surrounding areas. and Keystone Heights.! Mrs. died Friday morning,April 22, produce Community.farmer He was and a a StarkeElementary
Bogen was a homemaker and at her residence. a
member of the Northside
_ Bill Reddish Memorial Fund Established: To Raise Funds For Heilbronn BaptistryAn i member of the Jewish faith. Bradford Mrs. Cooper County was November born in Baptist Church. .
Survivors Include:three'
18, 1914 and was employed as
R.L. (Bill\) Reddish Heilbronn Springs Baptist Building Committee of the in care of the Heilbronn Survivors include: two a cook for a restaurant and a sons, Charles K. Norman and "
Memorial Fund has been Church. Heilbronn Springs Baptist Springs Baptist Church. They daughters, Mrs. Helen Katz of member of the Holiness Michael L Norman both of
established at the CommunityState Reddish, who died March Church. should be mailed to the Miami and Mrs. Bernice Church Starke, and Harold Kevin News
28, was a life-long resident of According to Reddish's son, Community State Bank of Thompson of Starke; one Survivors include her Norman of Jacksonville; v
Bank to which donations Heilbronn Springs where he Keith, checks should be made Starke in care of Ray Norman sister Mrs. Clara Pittleman or husband, Robert her three daughters, Mrs. SheilaK. Kindergarten News: '
can be made to build a bap owned and operated Reddish's payable to the R.L. (Bill)) Arlington, Virginia; five mother, Mrs. Sarah Cooper Wilson; of Cox and Miss Vickie L. The kindergarten classes at
tistry, or baptismal pool, at Store, was active on the Reddish Memorial Fund and grandchildren and two great Palatka; three daughters: Norman, both of Starke, and Starke Elementary have been-.
grandchildren. and Miss Kath E. Norman of studying the community
Mrs. Leila Burkhalter
Funeral services were held Jacksonville his parents, Mr. To help the children
; helpers.
"It usually takes than three weeks 11 in the Oak- Mrs. Lucille Appel, both of
more to prepare a good impromptu speech. Monday April Jacksonville, and Mrs. Lora and Mrs. Leon Norman of widen experiences and to
I. Mark Twain Guillebeau of LaGrange, Ga; Lawtey; two brothers, Leon broaden their school activities -
M. Norman of Starke and knowledge of the
one foster son, Christopher
The Restaurant Equipment Co. Watkins of Starke; one sister David A. Norman of neighborhood, and, to create
Mrs. Margie Dykes of Gainesville; two sisters Mrs. an interest in the communityitself
964-5757 w$ w.MUM. J... Palatka 16 grandchildren and E.L. Norman of Starke, and went on several
964-6206 Mrs. Donald Thomas of walking trips.
four greatgrandchildren.Funeral
WHITE CHINA WITH SCALLOPPED EDGES services were held Wildwood, and four grandchildren They visited the Florida
Monday in the DeWitt C. Bank at Starke to
Cups '1389 Plates 6'/ '1028 Jones Chapel with Rev. I.V. Funeral services were held where their mothers and
s ArcherTanrterFuneralHome Luke officiating.Burial was in fathers bring their monies and
Saucers '8a8 Plates 7'/ '12 8 Dyal Cemetery. aloRo.o.osoo o other valuables for safekeeping
They really enjoyedthe
301 South of Starke Salad Bowls M580 Plates 9" *1940 J&id ijou Knotu courthouse where they
Card Of ThanksWe observed the court room and
Fruit Saucers *7" Plates 91/2 25" Judge Sanders in session. The
t Local admittances to children observed some
MONUMENTSDoyleMArcher desire to express to our Bradford County Hospital this
Bouillon Cups M2" Platters 10" '27" kind neighbors and thoughtful community( helpers that keepsus
week include: Abel Cowart, safe at home and at school-
friends many thanks for the Herman Nettles, Mrs. Della
Plates 5 Yz" 7" Platters 11V the policeman and the
Archie M. Tanner kind acts and comforting Goodge Mrs. Nancy Eunice, fireman.

Less 10% Cash & & Other Bargains! sympathy in our recent Mrs. Nina Sanders, Mrs. Since it is a privilege to live
L.F.D. L.F.D. Carry 50,000 sorrow, For the beautiful Carolyn Williamson, Mrs. in a community where
service, floral offering, food,
Lucy Green, Emmett Norton, others their-
The Restaurant Co. and other kindnesses we are everyone helps by
Equipment Sr., Mrs. Sandra patray and
"Within the children have
Your Means Now, Peace of MtlsdAfways" deeply grateful.The Mrs. Agnes Conner of Starke; services
learned in which
W. Mss Jn. ways they
Harold K. Norman
Charles Sapp, Sr., Mrs.
at home
can help at school in
Familv ._ Minnie Phillips and Mrs. the community
Annie Smith of Lawtey and
Mrs. Nettie Moody of Lake Mrs. McClelland's 4th Grade-:

Mrs.McClelland's 4th gradeis
Among those attending studying countries of the
FOOD Holiday On Ice during the world As each country is
weekend were: Mrs. Ruth
studied each student writes
BONELESS BEEF SAVE 50* A POUND Johnson, Mrs. Myrtle An. letter to that country's embassy a
derson, Mrs. James Barron, in Washington. D.C
U.S. GOVT.INSPECTED 99 Mrs. Robbie Shaller Mrs. One letter each time is
James Richardson, Mr. and
selected to be mailed askingfor
Shoulder Roast FAIR Mrs. Sam Richardson, Mr. additional information.
CORN FED and Mrs. Joe Gissy. Mrs. Several children have already
Josephine Cumber Mr. and received answers. Karen
Mrs. Bob Ferguson, Mr. and Kimutis-Iceland, Sabrina
Mrs. Jim Duncan. Mr. and' RandAlldredgeSwitzerland.
Snell-Norway \
CONSUMER SUPERMARKETS Mrs. Richard Welty. Mrs. and

_. iLtJ SHRINK AND FOOD COSTS Shirley.Don Norman Fort and, Mrs.Mr Leroy andMrs. Alan Thibodeaux, -Spam. Still

I "SHRINK" IS A SAD WORD TO SUPERMARKET EARS. IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH DIETS, PSYCHIATRISTS, OR CLOTHING. IT we are pleased p Norman and their families. hoping Netherlands are Robert, Barry Beilany-the Powell-
Greece Marcia ttatterson-
EDUCATION Watterson. Danny Brown.
4th Grade: Michael Colvin.
'See Chief Kelly US Navy Doug Samons.
in Meat ALL' ItlHl AND PRICES GOOD THUKS.j APR II. THOU NED. M'IfA._ E917.: .QUANTITY RIGHTS AESERvED.BONELESS Recruiting Station Starke 5th Grade: Jody Gnffis.

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Bradford Square 2/10'1"2, 6th Grade: Daiiiela.Uigb
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SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY NEWS Book Sale Set May 2-7 At LibraryThe .h

1 -- annual Spring Festival Best sellers, westerns, <

There's a NEW LOOK at put that trash in the proper LAWSON TO HEAD son.On Book Sale at the Bradford romances mysteries, ;.
Southside School! receptacle as well as pick up ss PTA 2nd YEAR Thursday!April 21, these County Public Library Is set children's bool'tsL.and one set
\ The especially designed papers lying about the Southside P.T.A. installednew two rooms visited the Union next Monday-Saturday, May of Britannica Encyclopedia;

... Southside Sharks T-shirts are grounds. officers Tuesday night, County General Hospital. 2-7, during normal library will be priced to sell.

; evidence of this. Students of April 19. Mr. Jim Lawson, They were welcomed hours. Hundreds of paperbacksand
Rose's first
grade administrator Tom Parish
The public library, locatedon hardbacks ranging from 5
all sizes are wearing the class, with assistance from president; Mrs. J.E. Den- treated cold drink*.
and to a Walnut and Jackson cents to a dollar will be of '
popular shirt with the sharkon Mrs. Ferguson, cooks something mark, vice-president; Mrs. and Wilson
Randy Jerry Streets in Starke, is open fered. '
I the front. The shirts come Pearlie Jefferson, secretary
the students can help guided them through the Monday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., The books have been '
in children's sizes of small, Mrs. ILL. Gay, treasurer
with each week. They learn to
emergency room and explained Tuesday through Friday 9 donated to the library for the
.. '. medium, and large and sell measure, mix, and pour and Mrs. Benson, music the uses of the rescue a.m. to S p.m.and Saturday 9 book sale by community ,

for $3.50 each. then have the delight of eating teacher, directed a choral unit. Ken Willits explained the am. to9pm.. .residents..unn._.. .
Mrs. Sandy Duncan's fifth their product. Last week to group in several songs., function of the lab where the
grade math class is studying observe the season, they made Mrs. Whitehead's third students were allowed to lookat Martin Complete
fractions. As part of an strawberry pancakes which grade presented their play, blood slides. Mrs. Lee Weapons School :
assignment, the first (of the A Spouse for Susie Mouse,"
ate strawberry jam. the ;
The All New three groups) made "treats"for These they students are also that they had worked so hard explained The students surgical room.in Navy Fire Control Tech- Great Lakes, III., Martin

the math class. In doing planting corn and beans in to perfect. Sudents with several tests participated one of which nician Third Class Jay L. received instruction on the

1977 60x14 REGAL this the tearing challenge was milk cartons to be taken home speaking parts were Russell was an electrocardiogram, ; Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. electronic weapons system
in following the recipe, when sprouted. Trainor, Tammy Morrow, they observed an X-ray being Alan D. Martin of Route 3, Box installed aboard current U.S.
how Dennis Gibbs Rowan. 272A Starke has graduatedfrom warships. ;
sequencing, discovering Tracy ,
made and the developedfilm
Now At John Brown'sCkck important the correct Mrs. Lennon's kindergartenis Bruce Davis, Clevie Myrick (of a clock, showing its Fire Control Technician A 1976 graduate of Bradford

measurements were, and currently studying animals. Richard Arroway, Cecil mechanism )'', Tommy School. County High School, Martin
paying special attention to the Through films, filmstrips, Jackson, Brian Lane, James Harrison, respiration thera- During the 23-week courseat joined the Navy in August
H Wth John fractions involved. The records and books the children Carlton, Eddie Hall and pist, set up a unit for the the Naval Training Center. 1976.LerJa's.
J students participating were learn about kinds sizes James Ormond. Ada Griffis,
students and demonstratedthe
Btbr 'I.. A .KM. Hem
&ty Mike Christmas, Krlsty habitats, and whether the Laureen Slocum, Wesley equipment. Teachers and '
Johns Martha MUM>hv, Clare animals are domestic or wild. Johnson and Slim Martin students wish to thank all
Winkler, LeAnn )Flynn, Elizabeth Students are encouraged to helped tape the play. Props personnel of the hospital for

He Is The Oldest Dealer In The area Kelly, Cindy Sysskind, bring pictures of animals to were made by Mrs. White- helping make their field trip a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF INTENT TO ACQUIRE
and Mary Lou Guisto. school to discuss with the head. Invitations to other After lunchin
Mrs. Duncan's home room class and at the same time to classes made by Missy Allen, the park in Lake Butler, the CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR SERVICESBY
And You Only Need To Ask has been doing a unit of studyon tell about a pet they have. Meshel Hankerson, Timothy sixth graders returned to BRADFORD COUNTY. COMPETITIVE
nutrition. As part of their Mrs. Mullins' kindergarten Page, Andy Jones, Marvin school

J Your Neighbor About His service study, they planned the school students are learning about Jeffers and Michelle Morris. On Saturday, April 16, CASE NO. School SELECTIONThe Board of Brad-
lunch menu for Tuesday, April Special thanks go to Mrs.
plants and seeds through a Laverne McDuffie, Norman IN RE: The Marriage of ford County, Rorida In accordance -
included Hall who
19. The menu fried Jacobson and Mrs.
t variety of experiments they Dague, Dewey Morris and DOROTHY FULLER, with F.S.287.056! shall
chicken, mashed potatoes, conducting in their room. helped with the play pro- Ocala
are Willie Wright went to to Wife/Petitioner
conduct open competition in the
JOHN BROWN green beans, rolls, grapes and Each child helped plant seedsin duction. participate in the District and selection of a Professional
student received of each
milk. Each
a Group pictures room
a large glass aquarium so Special Olympics. Results: ROBERT STANLEY FULLER
Architect. Those individuals of
nutrition button after he she and 8x10( individual
or that they can see the roots plus insecond
Laverne McDuffie came / .
HusbandRespondent. firms
MOBILE HOME CENTER identified the four food form and the plant seeds picture of each child are now wishing consideration
grow in the standing broad
must have in the office of The
A nutritionist will visit available for parents at $5.25
groups. and unfold. They have also
jump and the 5O-yard dash. NOTICE OF SUIT- Superintendent of Schools
the classroom in the near beans and each. They may be purchased
planted corn, peas Norman Dague was first place NO PROPERTYTO
current GSA Standard Forms
473-3775 Hwy 21 N. Keystone Informa- office.
future for follow-up in of through the
I in milk cartons a variety winner in the standing broad
251 254. and 255 by May 1,
foods and connection with the
tion concerning mediums: grass, soil, rocks, In Willie first
Health Plan jump. Wright was : ROBERT STANLEY 1977 and failing same shall not
nutrition. blocks, cotton, moss and excluding Berkeley study winner in the standing 1037 Plaza Serena
place FULLER be considered. Individuals and
is Mrs. Wood's and Mrs.Ripplinger's .
Mrs. Payne encouragingall sun, air, water and unit broad and the
jump 220-yard California 91764.
/ Ontario firms may offer any further
students in all levelsto sixth grade
grade soil. By observing growth, or dash. Morris first
Dewey was YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED statements or evidence of qualification
participate in a personal lack of it the children will rooms had their blood typed
place winner in the standing than an action for Dissolution of by the same date.
clean-up of our bv county health nurses Mrs.
learn a plant's needs. broad and second
jump place
school T-h-i-n-k. the Redfearn and Mrs. Richard- Matrimony has been filed Selection shall be based upon
grounds. winner__ __ m in the__ Softball throw againstou and you are requiredto but not limited to: capabilities,
contest. All particpants had a serve a copy of your written adequacy of personnel, past

I .....it 1 ii', s fad... E GLE On saleThursday delightful time; after the defenses if any to it on J.J. record and' experience, willing
moltu1WtouW nnl LOWEST 6ANNRMIRICARO events they were treated to WOLBERT. JR., Attorney for ness to meet time and budget

1HAH ANVWMIttut PRICES IN Friday IB refreshments at McDonald's.On Petitioner,whose address Is 142 requirements location recent
I 44 m nointwky Wednesday, May 4, the West Call Street, P.O. Box 1066 and current work/ loads and the
L-- ? prktl; TOWM and Saturday! Southside Safety Patrol Starke, Rorida 32091.1 and file volume of work previously

\ j members will take a field tripto the original with the Clerk of the awarded to the firm by the

Six-Gun Territory. They above-styled Court on or before Board.

will leave about 8 a.m and May 25, 1977, otherwise a judgment THE SCOPE OF THIS
return before 1:45: p.m. All may be entered againstyou SELECTION IS FOR ALL ADDITIONS -

I; Brand Sale! members are requested to for the relief demanded In REPAIRS AND CON-
National bring their money for the tripas the Petition. STRUCTION AS REQUIREDFOR

soon as possible.In WITNESS my hand and the BRADFORD-UNION
Mrs. Freeman's third seal of said Court on the 26th VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL
grade the winner of the day of April 1977. CENTER OF A POSSIBLE

Multiplication Grand Prix is GILBERT S. BROWN AS VALUE IN EXCESS OF

The names you know and trust at lower-than-low prices! Alvin James. Their baby CLERK OF SAID COURT.By 100000000.

rabbit, Thumper, is now six : s/BULEAH MOODY, Selection of the three best
weeks old and growing nicely. Deputy Clerk. qualified firms shall take place at

Mrs. Brumbaugh will be in- FIRST PUBLICATION: April 23 5.00 p.m. May 2, 1977 Negotiations
1 .1 1 1rz terning in third grade until the 1377. with the best qualifiedfirm
rr Ts [@ jtixra : rz r end of the year. Mrs. Debbie PUBLISH: 4/28/ 4tchg 5/19 or individual shall take place
EIljI, t.JJli;; u / Purvis will tell the class about immediately thereafter
1 !I I8"'fj
Preslone .;; ''I I T1 f' proper demonstrate proper use of ARTHUR GASKINS
'ft-s 'ILLJ
I 3I the new toothbrushes fur- CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
1I : rl: ', }I .y Ms. Goldberg's second REGISTER
liI'i 4/21 2tchg 4/28
.!..... =r"'r:;: Ii'
: -, ., ...... 5f '-' 7L4 f grade class welcomes Anita FICTITIOUS NAME
w'I Carlson and Sarena Clark as

I ''ht!. ANTI.101,_ :<1$! "'- ==::::::::::S==-::I .fens their new helpers. The other Pursuant to Section 866.09 NOTICE OF INTENTION .,'-
== ==::=-- .
---- s 5i '1.r i sixth graders who have helped Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby TO REGISTER
are Nadine Green, Tammy given' that !the undersigned FICTITIOUS NAME .
: Richardson, Donna Prescott, Thornton, Route 2, Box
SAYE 1,00 SAVE26" SAVE 3.15 Pursuant to Section 866.09
i'Ly Sheree Harmon and Barbara 16-P. Starke, Florida, 32091,
VALUE PLUS '' fa Florida Statutes, notice is
doing business under the firm
hereby that the undersigned
FREEZE, 1 GALLON FROM PLANTERSI! 20"3-SPEED FAN MEN'S BOOTS happy to hear Kim Norman's name of "RUDY'S given
/'I Willis L. McCallum fit. 1
\ ,
WAS 88 Y grandmother is doing well CARBURETOR & TUNE.UP." Box 437, Starke, Florida. 32091
15.73 0lc.2 ,
::: 3.881 ? 69c 5 I\ after a stay in the hospital, Route 2, Box 16-P Starke! doing business under the firm

Pat.ntd Pr..ton. formula Planter. paanut candy In a PuggMI atoal caao w/bakad 10" high with rugged vinyl and they wish Lisa Nettles'father Bradford County, Florida, name of "MAC'S AUTO
protect. .ngln. ,..,-round '........b.. 12 am. can a namal ttnlBh moldad aafatygrill uppora. hilt tricot lining a speedy recovery. This 32091, intends to register said RECONDITIONING" 411 S.
from frMtlng A boll ov.r.. ."""klng'paIlngl.voII.. A bladaa. UL.ppoved.I pull ...... Rich brown.7-11 second grade room is getting fictitious name under the Walnut Street Starke. Bradford

DICKIES SHAPE/SET ready to begin a study unit on provisions of aforesaid statute. County Florida. 32091 intendsto
MEN'S WORK PANTS insects by collecting
Rudolph Thornton
r9i owner. register said fictitious name
specimens, live or" dead for Dated this 7th day of April, under the provision of aforesaid
yyl, k > I A i 7.88 their"insect Zoo. The second A D. 1977 at Starke, Florida statute.
s }y.' ''?v grades were treated to a visit 4/7 4tchg 4/28 Willis L McCallum,
I owner
Nd.'f, ;?- ".' SV DISCOUNT PHrCI WAS ttT4: from Larry Brown, father of Dated! this 29th day of April
Ii Coma and got 'ami Eaay.cara Ron Brown, and tight end for A.D. 1977 at Starka. Rorida.
I i 'I'' onuerse no-Iron cotlon/poly- the Pittsburgh Steelers who
oatar Mane work panta 4/28 4tchg 519INVITATION
II spoke to them on Thursday,
mad la last by Dlcklaa.lia NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
I JUMBO AVOCADO MEN'S TOP BRANDBASKETBALL LEVI'S BLUE JEANS students are encourage to call Sealed bids and/or quota-
Pursuant to Section 866.09
i the school for an appointmentwith received in the
Florida Statutes notice is here-
I WAS _POS 1 1.OO :7.88AI.: Dllc.3 88 11.88 t their child's teacher to by given that the undersignedDon office of the Administrator
4/t40 T37: discuss the test results of the E. Champion P.O. Box 177 Bradford County Hospital 922
Handaoma lead taa tumblanoaooratlva Any hoal or hoataaa would .... to moat standard Wdga a arch euahlan Comprehensive Tests of Basic East Call Street, P.O. Box 1060.
I avocado ...... DISCOUNT PmC WAS t2M: Starke, Florida 32091, doing
b to from
gold or "proud arva thlaboautyl faucata.Raducaa Impurlllaa alight Irregu"
daalgn,by Anchor Hocking Hobs M ouncaa. aoM-ctoanlng.. s.II-In.taH.d.. Canwaa uppora.MEN'S .12. A_'. 'lavorltn. arnea. key Skills that students took in business under the firm name of Starke, Florida 32091 until 5:00:
1(601 L...'. clu.rva top /' mid-February. A. letter was "CHAMPION'S RECYCLED p.m., May 19, 1977, for furnishing -
I SAVE 17% waight cotton .....Im la sent home with each child the following suppliesand
'l. .....Ied and bar-tackad at GNOtG BATTERIES 838 N. Temple
OFFI INSECT point of strain and town rip about this on Thursday, April Avenue Starke Florida 32091. or services, f.o.b. the Bradford -
I I REPELLENT, with Iha alrongaal throad.Ouaranlood 21. Intends to register said fictitious County Hospital:
I -a naw pair....
: 8 OZ. CAN M I.....dpi tlita ItJa.i name under the provisions of Bread and rolls.
[t 1.22 I q q15 Fewer Lawmen aforesaid statute. Eggs.
Fuel 01.
Don E. Champion, owner.
rs WASTIZ 1 % Killed In 1977Compared Dated this 21st day of Apr, Insurance.Laundry .
*converse LADIES' SUMMER A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida and Linen.
M TANKS OR SHORTS To 197 t 4/215tpd 5/12 Medical and Industrial Gases.
SAVE 14% SAVE 1.00INFLATABLE SAYE 1.00 Welding Supplies end

SAVE 14% I I'' EVEREADY HEAVY ONE- A WOMEN'S tIE 1.66 According to preliminary figures Equipment.

AIRWICK AIR DUTY BATTERIESFRESHENER MAN BOAT, 38" DECK SNEAKERS 1 Colorful carton tank topa.In of the FBI 12 local, MUk end Ice Cream.
L- _> 1421.22 w a 9.97 WAS S. M. L. Polyaalar pull-on county, and state law enforce- NOTICE OF Pharmacy and Drugs
9 OZ. CAN5 short fanclaa A aoKda, a1a.fUPCRBUYt ment officers were killed due SHERIFF'S SALE Respiratory Therapy Services.

1r:90 .- Last .longar than ordinary' Rugoad vinyl construction. Canvas uppora 'In vhlta t to criminal action in the Estimated needs or amounts
...It.,,$. In Mary flaih. w/oar forks, nylon aalatyropa. color*. aoma light "'eg.. United States and Puerto Rico Notice is hereby given that I I. are available upon request from
A radio 4Pk.YtVAMIA .2 air" ch.m_..rapalr" kit _' ,
WAS 8k light lay uaa ".n' '.12. af .
'I- )J during the first three monthsof DOLPH E. REDDISH, as sheriff the office of the Administrator.
1977. of Bradford County Florida Bids will be opened during the
SAVE 1'"
('II' Thirty-seven officers were under and by virtue'of' Writ and regular meeting of the Board of

REYNOLDSWRAP slain during the same periodIn Execution, to-wit: Trustees 7:00: p.m. on May 19
'. FOIL 1 l1gwM 1976 continuing a downward Execution issued out of Circuit 1977. The Bradford County
37Vt SO. FT. \ trend. Felonious killings of Court of Bradford County, Hospital Corporation reserves

590WAI7k VALUE PLUS! law enforcement officer in Florida, pursuant to a Final the right to reject any and all

i MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE the line of duty were down in Judgement for THE FLORIDA bids and/or quotation or to
CHAMBRAY SHIRTS MEN'S TOP QUALITY 1976 14 percent from 1975. NATIONAL BANK OF GAINES waive any minor technicality or
T-SHIRTS a BRIEFS During the first three VILLE, Florida, and against informality In the bids or quotations

faY SAVE 1.00 VALUE PLUS, Dlac. 3 96 UfTaahlrta months of 1977, eight officers JAMES R. and CHRISTINE received.
1.DfI SAVE 25% GEMINI INDOO WHITE PROFESSIONALSHOES PAICI. Tot 39 were killed in the Southern BROOKER. defendants in the Bradford County Hospital
FLOODLIGHT T V ANTENNA SANS cotton Chambray w/ States, one in North Central amount of $4,524.18 together Corporation
M OZ. WINDEX I1 FOR WOMEN front __.11, tall, shad. A knit brtafa afDaeron
WINDOW WAS al.a.... *l oa t, M,L,XL. oolyaalar A cotton.Ft States and one in the Western with cost of collection.
WAS 4.88 CLEANER *:,*. DISC.PKICI. 3. 88 ,- *of iiuoa .M.L.XL. States, one in the North Have seized and have in my 4/28 4tchg 518PUBLIC
eastern States, and one in possession the following
UHf/VMf "
Imoravaa" r50.p. .. r
W50Hiwpeo.115010aU.a594 fofd .
/ Mon eomoa .It* braaa dtpoaltlon ...i. .f"r Puerto Rico. described personal property to-
bulb.arnp/.fo/ 01/hold.and "padd.dCo.cu0115ad
aafaty plug. Fully edIUlI...... WAS 7115 _.5 5 *- control3QQ aota.W.IIIto.SAve'1' a"T Five of the officers were wit:
slain while handling disturbance 1972 Grenadier Mobile Home, ...
SAVE 16% tl Ii iurl __ UNn L calls, two were 3 BR, 1-3/4 bath Model .

.---- PACKAGE OF 3 '- ',- killed: attempting arrest for Number CK,. Manufacturer'sSerial NOTICE .::
SPALDINQCHAMPIONSHI crimes other than robbery or No. G7172. A public hearing wM be held

V. t ;- ._ ;... t burglary, two were killed in Located approximately six ((6)) on May 3. 1977, at 7:30:: p.m. In ::
SG I TENNIS BALLS tI I -' "" connection with robbery .isles west of Brooker, Floridaon the City Council. Chamber at ::

1.97I -- ; matters, one was killed in an Highway 18. the Startle CIty Hall regarding .-
r i@T unprovoked ambush-type the Otis application for federal .:

WAS2S4Q \t situation, one was slain in As the property of the above assistance from the U.S. ::
connection with a burglary named defendant and that on Department of Housing and :
MY t -- SAVE 3"RIGHT % SAVE '0" '\ matter, and one was killed Monday, the 16th day of May. Urban Develapment-Colvmurlty :

SAVEfa% SAYE 21 STRETCH NYLON DRESS MEN'S FRUIT-Or- BOYS1 FIRST QUALITY while enforcing traffic laws. 1977 at twelve o'clock Noon on Development Block GranProgam.
SAVE13% GUARD SOCKS FOR MEN THE-LOOM TANK TOPS JEANS BY DICKIES All of the officers slain said day on the promises of Rt. The primary purpose'

DISPOSABLE VITALIS HAIRGHOOM7 BAYER AS PIRIN- 2.' OZ. STICKDEODO"ANT WAS :; WAS OrfJC during 1977 were killed 1, Box 46. Brooker.Florida I will of the public hearing' will be to :
LIGHTER W/ OZ. 200'8 Limit 2)) "2f'tr4a. 2$..1 2 3 397 through the use of firearms. offer for sale and sell to the discuss and receive public :.

" BUTANE FLAME 1.39 1.! 9 970WAI T._ nylon Up. Nsaap Coal oorton or arto kiwi. k> Handguns were used In six of highest bidder for cash in hand comment, on the Housing
;l s.a664 .. Om50 III (aanlaliSMr. % IOn Ai pM the slayings, said the FBI. the above described property of Assistance Flan (CHAP) portion :
WASS wA WAS tat: Wcab4.51011.> > 1O-1* Nrlpsalasnd 50aN s. a. M.L 5001 said defendant to satisfy the of the application. A copy of the ;

aforesaid' Execution. application is available at the
' 31r 2 W. Madiso. St. Reg. a King ,Bup..8 Jaws He who truly knows has no DOLPH E. REDDISH, Sheriff CIty Clerk's office for public

\ '-7513 1 CIGARETTES: 4? $4" Carter, $j jh 11 Carton occasion Leonardo to shout. 'da Vinci 4/214tchg Bradford Courtly.5/12/ Florida. 4/28/inspection Itcnflr and review.

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; _ April 28.1977 TELEGRAPH Pace SB .

I Dolores Meng CLASSIFIED AD ;

Phone 468-1913 I \.


Deadline for Insertion

The following Hampton Tuesday noon preceding

Elementary School students Thursday before publication -
participated in the countywide I

athletic events held in Starkeon

April 23: Shian Roberts Minimum charge$2.00 I

Becky Crawford Oscar Estes (Covers 15 Words)

Sid Jenkins Penny Flythe Each word over 15

Teresa McClellan BradRussell. 10 cer.ts

Christine Sherwin I

Hobble Spitze, Teresa
All classified ad.tnust .

Bauldree Marie Corbitt. be paid for In advance STANLEY HOME PRO- MOBILE HOME-12x6S HYGAIN NO.1 o .

Jimmy Fesler.Monty Glisson unless you have DUCTS buy .r Mil. 1973 Talloaks.. Phone 964- E AUTOMOBILES GUNS FOR SALE 22'., 40 CHANNELS

Jimmy Joyner Elizabeth an established account Phono Barbara Danlels,473- 7183. 4/21 Ztch 4/28 FOR SALE I 25'a, and 38'a sold at Dah-
D.J. Riddtck 758. 3/17 6/2 -- ------- mere Discount .
Mitchell. Patty with The Telegraph. In ,12tpd -- 1 TF/Chg RETAIL SALE :.1' -
Sherwin and Darrell that event II extra 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 $139.95 $81.00TRUNKMOUNT "
Youngblood. FOR SALEs Electric Pencilsharpeners. acres with 2 rental mobile DODGE POLARA 1967 TOPPER for short wheelbase -
charge for 7
Connie Clark, School Principal billing. Not Handy for horn home aQ for 35000. good condition, loaded good pickup, (75; Also GAS .m0 0 frwillrjjarrL'rff
responsible for
errors or office. For sal.. at Tho Some owner financing. tlree. Also PROLICK RANGE full size, $75.

spent many hours when given over the Office Shop phone 964-5764. Phone 964-8253 after 4 p.m. TANK for ...., 100. Phone Phone 964-5478. ANTENNA .
coaching the Physical Educa- phone or when copy Is ---------- 2/3 TF/Chg 782-3416. Itpd. 4/28 4/14 3tpd 428ALUMINUM $19.95 $1.00 I. '

tion students for these events not typed and brought to __ -- -- -- ----- !
--- -------- ;
which included pullups the office. DODGE CQRONET 1967 WINDOWS TERWILLEGARMOTORS

situps shuttle run. 50 yarddash \ FOR RENT J NEW HOME 3 BR, 2 A/T, P/S. A/C 500. Single hung and awnings. 36 .

and 600 yard run. Nancy bath, carpet CH/A corner Phone 964-6000 or 964-5450. a 8 8.50; 30 x 27 964-7200

Kullwood who assisted as a lot, by school. In Koyetoae. Itpd. 4/28 $11.50,18.52! $15.50146: .

teacher trainee from the University FURNISHED W.W. Cox Building Con --- --------- x 52 $27.00: MANY

of Florida also helpedIn L WANTED APARTMENT Three tractor. Phone. 473-4931. OTHER SIZES. BARGAIN MOTORCYCLES I Cecelia Terwillegar t
the largo room. Gas light. and TFChgBY CENTF.R. 301 South tfnchg
preparing students --------
furnished., Private
which involved a great deal of OWNER 3 BR, 2 Bath GALE SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR
Reasonable.Inquire .
record keeping as well as WANTED Used r. 603 E. Brick Homo, CIlIA 1 Acre SALE 10 percent above. SUZUKI OF STARKE !""
encouragement for enduranceand frigeratore .......u, and St.r... 3/31 TF Washington Icb. Lot Outside City Limits on cost. Olin'e Mobile Horn dealer.your nutborlied Phone 964-6020.1640 Suzuki Large old home on Bossent Road with many
atovei In good condition. 230 E. Extras, Service. Highway 100W.,
Hwy. Many
skill. EVERYTHING NEEDED beautiful trees including trees.
Phone Dahmer'a Starke. Phone 964-5606. South Walnut |301 south In pecan
Dlicount --------- $28,000. Easy term.available
Although the Hampton team 964-7923. to go Into bulldozing and dirt Starke.l. TF/Chg
in fourth TF/Che;_ OLIN'S SUBDIVISION Phone 964-6930. bualneae. Complete TF/Chg_ ':'I
came out place they hauling Modern bedroom 1 and one-ha bath C B home In ;
112 lots 4/7 /
acre 130 month
per b.! $1,500.. Phone 468-
especially proud of ___ __ prko
were PERSONALSERVICES water and sewage furalihed. 1551. 4/21 TF/chg COUCH AND CHAIR SALE .WANTED city with CH.A. Low down payment and closing ,
Jimmy Fesler who was For Information phone Mark BRICK HOME-4 )'r.. old. 169.95 up. Dahmer's HEATING AND AIR costs. Only $23,500
--- -------- ;
awarded second place in the f Olin Olln'a Mobile Home 3BR. Z bath carpet utility Discount. 2/3 TF/Chg CONDITIONINGINSTRUCTOR

600 yard run. Most of them enjoyed S.nlc..III.b...)' 100 Weet room, CH/A. 4 ml. North of 14'.fishing ALUMINUM or aiding, with BOAT trailerand Summertime's co'n--e have the best of

participating and enjoyed NEED HOME IMPROVEMENTS Starke. No pete pi...". Stark. off 301. 27000. 25 HP motor. Can be WATSON'S HOUSE OF College level, program Hampton Lakel)
Phone 964-5606. Phone 9646915. 4/21 Start July 1,1977 .__
the final tugof-war OR REPAIRS 1/13 seen at Tackle Box 4/21 VACUUMS many brandsof --- 1
results where the Starke girls DONE for llreplacei. remodeled TF/Cbg TF/chg 2tchg 428WINNEBAGO new .vacuums. Used Salary Negotiable
------------ School and Spacious well kept. older home on Madison large
the kltchene, bathe, machine available. Expert High Diploma ;
won out over Lawtey boys! MOBILETlOMElnToTntry --- ---------
MOBILE HOME WITH 2 6 Experience landscaped lot with storage house.
Shields' addltlona ,.r.."., or ".- repairs, all. makes. Parts and year .
Carole FIFTH
children welcome.
furnished ACRES double wide .
dosed carporte phone Marcus aeceeeorle for all vacuums. Required -----
graders enjoyed a trip to Phone 964-6114 or 473-4777. 24x60, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, WHEEL 28 feet self- ContactDr.
Grlllla, 473-2108. contained Built-in central vacuumystems. Attractive apartment house next to Garden Res ..
Disneyworld on April 22. TF/Chg 4/7 TF/chg CH/A In Lawtey on SR 225.Ju.t ; excellent 404 NW 10th .Jock Fuller taurant. Eight modern units with ample parking
condition, 6700. Phone 782-
off U.S. 301. $17,000. SANTA FE
Transportation expenses for Avenue, Galneavflle. Phone
FOR RENT 40x60 .block 3347. 4/21 3tchg 5/5 area. Excellent Investment.
financed Contact M.M. Jordan, phone COMMUNITY COLLEGE
this trip were by the BILL'S SAW SHOP complete 3767110. TFChgTOP _
building,12 celling. Ideal for ------------ -----
3/24 Gainesville Florid.PbaD.I(90413787810
PTA as a gift to these hrpenlng. service, moat any business, Starke TF/ChL- MOBILE HOME LOT with SOIL. FILL DIRT 6days | If you are fuel-conscious we have a brick fiorpe""

students. Mrs. Mary Burton circular hand, carbide, area. 1250 per month. Phone well and septic tank. Small week dozer work convenient to churches and stores that Is completeand
bus driver for chain mower blade hollow down
was the the trip 964-8606. payment. Phone 468-
TF/Chg ljchgRalph
and dragline work. Phone 4/2 modern in every detail. including four bed.
and chaperones and ground and b.I........ Leave Brick Home 3 1551. 4/28 4tchg 5/19.
among at Jackson Building Supply LARGE APARTMENT BR 2 Bath GE Heat Pumpfor 468-1873 Star Route rooms and priced right!
this ------
(guests on trip were: Mrs. Hampton, STEPHEN
Starko or Keyatone Height upitaira with central only 35000. Call Adams HATCHING EGGS wild -----

Evelyn Bauldree Kathy TF/Chg_ heat/air downtown. Phone Builders 473-2056 or 473- turkey Jumbo bobwhltee. S.M.L.L! NDf'I .CHC. Bryan We have beautiful homes in Connerly Estates. You
Carole Shields and .
Casey 9647271. 4..70.4n4 J.M. Edward., 964-5379. SWIMMING POOLS have to see to compare and truly appreciate.
to buyor
daughter Holly Lucy 3tchg 4/28
TF.chg 4/28
4tpd 5/19. deluxe above Real Estate
sail Avon phone 7552807or -----
Beth ------------
Hodges Hodges and ---- --------
Hen- write Lome Clyatt P.O. LAKE FRONT HOME 4 aluminum and steel pool 32 .oil SR 100. Just Needed i Homes in good repair for $25,000.
laughter Amy Cindy FARMALLCUBTRACTOR acre
Box 220 Lake City, Florida.TFChj SUMMER COTTAGES on \I3t|; repossessed by bank,
dnx, Carolyn Joyner, Ruth Klngiley Lake Air condi BR Dining Room, Living .. Phone 9647895. Itpd. will sacrifice. Phone collect South ol City. Good -----
Room Fla. Room with rock timber. $55,000 POTPOURRI
Hiddick, Shirley Ramsey and tioned. Weekly. Phone. 533- 4/28. \1904J-39S-5103 days or
PIANO TUNING-Repair. lire place and built In -- --- Demorest home
stereo Starke
Claire Roberts. Mrs. Burton's 2366. ------------ evenings. 3/3 TF ICh. near Plaza.
Bought and eold. William slao patio Like New. Call YARD 22 Acre SR 16 West.
mother and her three children 4/14 4tpd 55APARTMENTS SALE Friday. Handyman special: Green property on Call St.
George 1228 Blandlng St., Adam Builders, 473-2056 or Apr. 29, 9 ...... until dark In High dry and wooded. Pecan grove with 10 acres plus home..m .
also the which ------------ cozy
enjoyed day Starke. 1tpd',3HENLEY 4734470. 4/14 Stchg 4/28 Lawtey on US 301 at Shell, FOR SALE mobile home 27000.

was delightful weather. ---- ---- ---- Furnished -- -- ---- Station. Itpd 4/28. parts and supplies. OLIN'S -- --- .
The reported that the ELECTRIC one bedroom, air Lake home Silver Sands.
group BEAUTIFUL HOUSE on ---.--- -- --- MOBILE HOME SALES. Cecelia/ T. Terwillegor//
President's Hall of Fame is up realdential, conditioned all electric., Hampton L..... Built and RCA and GE T.V.'ei Highway 100 Weat. Starke, 3 BR furnished house with

to date with the addition of commercial induetrlal. Champion Apartment,. 838 owned by contractor using Complete set of Wilson Golf phone 964-5606. TF ICb, adjoining acreage avail 206 West Madison Avenue
President Jimmy Carter. Phone 4311700. 4/7 4 tod. N. Temple. Phone 964 7285 the very best materlala. Clubii Kenmore ....b"r. able. 28000. Starke Florida
473-3096 for
4128 or appt. Itpd ---
Dock and dockhouie. Further Into phone 533- FOR SALE Diamond
other favorites Many
Among enjoyed 4/28. OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
3 BR block house with 2
--- -------- 2811.4/28 5/5 .
built-in features. Will take 2tpd needles for any stereo over -
the Carousel of I
were --- --------- acres oft Brow DI"" Road. REAl' HOME PHONE 964.5145
BABYSITTING IN MY property. down payment. ------- -- --- 247 different ones, we have
Progress Eastern Airlines HOME day or night except ONE BEDROOM HOME Phono 4681551. 4/28 LOT FOR SALE Five. them all. Dahmer's Dia- $21,400.
tour, Space Mountain It's A Saturdays. Phone 9645363. Ltving/dlnlng" combination.No TF/chg. Oaks Subdivision. near count. TFChgQUARTERHORSE -- --- -

Small World the Haunted */*, iffI "/*JALCOHOLICS > children. ao pete. 962N. -------- ---- Country Club Cleared I to 137 acre off SR 100
House and Tom Sawyer Temple Ave., 964-5193. Itpd TWO BEDROOM FRAME ....000. negotiable. phono South from 11,100/acre. FAULKNER
----------- Owner financing.. .
Island ANONYMOUS To home with two-car. garage, 9644833. Itpd. 4/28. AQIIA. Gentle bay stallion,
The fifth graders who are eucceeeful living TWO BEDROOM trailer partially furnished 262 S. ------------ for pleasure or show. Before --- E ..
Claudette for people who want to Market Road. Phone 964- Myrtle St.. Starke. Phone YARD SALE 8 Every. Sat. 5:30.phone 964.7064; after 6 2 and one-half to 200 acres ..

being Peterson taught while by Ernestine STOP drinking and STAY 7460. Itpd 4/28. 473-4732. 4/28 TF/.... and Monday, 10-6, Clothes p.m.. 7823050. 3/31 TF/chg North of Lawtey. From m A GCOROI, ROBtRTJ
------ ------ $l,300/acre. Owner financing.
topped. Meeting Thursday Dishes, Pots A pane, etc. 4
-------- ----
Denmark is recovering from and Sunday 8 Phone MOBILE HOME 3BR Miles North of Starke L IHSUIIHCC..X .....
p.m. .
MOBILE HOME. 1973 on ----- - .
surgery have been doing a 964-6'109.01'' 9645434. 114 furnished. ft a, ,.tllItI... Two bedrooms.Call 964-0226- 301. Itpd 4/28. .; 7MOBILE --...---- 126-9:Water SetStarke 'm *..Norm nil Tempi Mt *t avo." .

study unit on Safety. They Christian Street.. tAvf f/ii. epacloue grounds, no pets 1. sitar 6 p...., weekdays. all ------- Restricted building lots Florid 1 .
the visit of or 2 smell children. Phone YARD SALE Eve7y. sTt. HOME near Country Club. Owner 964-5065 -
appreciated Sgt. SARAH COVENTRY JEWELRY 782-3279. day ..e..D.... 4/28 2tpd 5/5 .
Lawtey, Itchg 8:30 5.30: Miscellaneous financing.
Don Denton of the Bradford
aalee. ----- --- ----
County Sheriff's' Department Phone Erma- Johns.opportunity.9645483or 4/28. LAKE VIEW HOME Items, Corner of Madison 'PAR'KID.ld" -- R.... 1976 12' x 65' Mobile JjF'-
------ ------ NEED acreage. Small or
who showed slides on drugs Annette BeaeUo, 372- BRADFORD VILLAGE Two-itory redwood, 3 bed- and Walnut' Streete, By City Limits In Home with Expando. BR
2 B....... .. Itpd 4/28. large Hampton area. I sad three-fourths B.
and explained the effects of 4444. 12/2 TF/Chg APARTMENTS 1 BR, rooms CHI, In Walk to Bradford Square -- ---
--- ------ Washer dryer freezer
harmful drugs on the body and modern, furnished AC, Phone Bradford 4732481.County. 40000.4/28. YARD SALE Frl. & Sat. Or Downtown 24 Acre. -1000 ft. on SR 16 stove. refrig. and furnishings 3 BR. LR. DR. Lg.

mind as well as the seriousness WILL PAY up to ISO cash carpet walk-In closet walled Itchg 9-2. Clothes, Furniture, Weat.2 bu Udlnga I38.0OO./ included. All in excellent Family Room. Fireplace on
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of dealing in any way for old ..... Thornton' Sal. garden patio off street MUST SELL 1976 Mobile Toys MI... 406 S. Thompson 130 Per Month Terma. condition. 20 acres with bar%,
vii.Ph..." 964-6243. 1/20 parking. 315 Weat -- Graham terma.
with Next Oil Co. All COD""DI.Doe.Fir. .
drugs.on home, 24x60 CH/A un- to Register city -- --
( April 25 these fifth TF ICb. Washington Street phono furnished total electric, 3 Itpd. 428.SWIMMING. .,Police Protection 20 Acres Raiford area R... lBS. I and three.fourths - -
--------- 964-8601 before, 9 am. or Water and Dairy barn, well 4 pump. Brick Country Club Estates 2
bedrooms --- --- -- --- City Gas, B. home.Nice .
graders invited the fourth and bath. Phone
SEPTIC after 8 p..... 4/28 7F/cbg. Sewer $30,000. Iou very reaaonable.
!sixth grades for a talk on bike BRADFORD 964-5723 after 5 p.... Itpd POOL SACRI. neighborhood.
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SERVICE- $28,900.
safety given by Sgt. Winston TANK residential pump-outa 40. EFFICIENCIES$30weeki 4/28 FICE leading distributor Jo-Lu Motel 6 beautifulacre. with ----- New block home In town 3

lIa rber of the Florida Highway Foot iervlce guaranteed. MOTEL ROOMS 3--BEDROOM------ -BLOCK--- .has deluxe. aluminum pools 964881Q7'THOMAS, Pecan, trees, 2BR. Frame Farms A Acer. 24 acres of BR, 2 B, LR, C/HAA.

Patrol. Since many Phone 964-8121. 125/week. Fnrnlahed HOUSE 15 located left over from 1976 season I house, stove, refrigerator beautiful woodland. Pecan Urge garage, quit. area

students ride bikes they were 4/7jUpdjl/28. utilities Included clean and 4 mfles west on. of acres. 1/2 price, guaranteed installation & waaher. Theresaa. area o.k. and scattered pine.Res. corner lot.'I.
:._____ 301 3miles Lswtey on and ter.... Phone 20000. -
able to learn much about the quiet. Starllte Motel -- -- -
SR225A. Completely built- collect 384-6156. TF- .
SEWING MACHINES north of Starke. 3BR. IB Brick. Several romm.rclallot. on
importance of proper repaired .n m..... in kitchen: carpets central /Ch._ II] -- -- 2A on :30 I.
4/7 TFchg.SOMETHING with nice
!signaling( and methods of oiled sod heat cad air. Recently appraised WE HAVE OTHERS! approx. pecan
cleaned adjusted. tr"... Good Terma.WaterfrontWe - -
tiding bikes and walking. n. Work guersnt..d. JamesStrickland at $48,500. Call 782 LL REALTY PHONE:' RALPH BRYAN ---- 3 BR. 1 bath block con

Water safety was also studied corner Morl.D'Ro.d 3133. 4/28 2tchg 5/5 BRASINGTON REALTOR have struction LR, Family

hy this group, stressing the sod Highway 16. 3/10 HOMES FOR SALE Cadillac Oldsmobile 621 North Walnut St.St.r. 964.8788 waterfront property Room In town.

necessity of carefulness in TF/Cbll Sales & Service ..,Florida 32091 D.y.NllbtorW."keDd available.If - -

!swimming, boating and skiing --------- HOME-4 bsd- \ LOST & FOUND Fine Selection Of Used 964-6162 IB -- -- 9 acres pasture land
BULLDOZER: WORK-land BRICK reasonably priced just off
( A.J.ThomasReal you are In
luring vacation time. clearing road building, alte rooms. 2 bath living room. Cart Taken On formerly Associates selling your property giveus SR 16, N.W. ol town.
The Primary grades were preparation. Phono Edward dining room. family room FOUND: Bull calf about 6mo. Cadillac Trades REALtOR Art Patray a call today, - -
entertained at the production 1259. with flr"pl.c.. CH/A, indoor Very nice large 'frame
Davie Glen St. Mary .. old, atrayed IDto.my :2001 N.W.13 378-5301 3 bedroom frame house In 473-2039 Paul H. Faulkner
of the play "The Three 3569. laundry room ODe arre,2172sq. Harden and paeture. In house on corner lot In town
GAINESVILLETfCbg Smoker on 4 "lots,
Wishes" presented by Mrs. 4/14 tln/chg 't. Phone 964.6784. Hampton April 19. If you etreet. pave W ayne Douglas Realtor 3 BR. 2 baths C/HAA.

Arleen Rich's third grade --------- -- 4/14 4 tpd 6/5 are missing a calf call 468- -- -- 964499196I -Associates- largo garage.

class on April 20. The cast of' MOBILE HOME MOVING ----------- 1684. on or after April 30. 3 bedroom frame house or Irene L. Faulkner - -
mobile home hurricane SPEC1AL- 4/28. .6593 15-20 acre tracts high landon
characters included Amy alao Itpd.. between Raiford and LakeButler 964-S14t .
and mobile Just outaide city limits on -- ---- paved road Grahamarea.
anchoring -- -
{ Melissa f one Susan
Clark the narrator, THE O'NEAL'SARE on acre. M.B.k.eD Term.
Williams Brett .home roof coating. Olin'sMobile rU. Power 2/3 acre "'t. ----- W-SJ72
as Molly, Home Service. Phone 3 BR Home In - -
large pines COMMERCIAL !Modern 2 bedroom home
Russell Michelle .
as Adam. 1-3-6 acre homealte 2
964-5606. Highway 100W., good condition cheap- PROPERTYNow BACK with carport central heat

Monday, the Tree Fairy, sup- Starke._TF/chf.. !! __ 18000. Phone Wayne at available. on SJt. 100 and alrnd fenced la back miles N.W. of Stark.
ported by Amy Williams, 964-6991 or Art at 473-2039. in city limit of St.rke-, J Complete yard. - -
Frame home town 2
Marlene O'Steen, Steve : CLEANER RE- 4/14 TFchgFM' New Brick
ACtUM Bldg.-Corner J -----
Jenkins, David Halsenbeck PAIRS all makee. all ------- lot. Ajaceot lot zoned Lawn Care F. Delano Thomas bedroom reaaonable.Frame LR kitchen. FR.
Tracy Prevatt and Andy model Starke Sewing Center ; ; ;: HOUSE with brick commercial also Reg. Real Estate Broker Lillian C. Pearson Very
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215 Eaat Call Strict.phone front living room dining Eve.. weekenda
:.smith; Roger Rich assistedthe Real Estate house In town 3
9644312. room/kitchen combla.tloal3BR. L.K.ED 964-6120 533-2210
children with this production 4tpd. WARDSIIIA bedroom 2 bath living
I 1/2 baths, CH/A. On ASSOC.INC.
which Included scenery room. 2 car carport,
I acr. outaide city limits. 473 2669 964-5823 ASSOCIATES
constructed by the class and I STARKE storage ares. WalnutStreet.
130,000 by owner. Phone REALTOR \ Arthur Brunoeve.wkenda468 Cozy 2 BR frame home .

Hood The singing.Primary Grades are House Cleaning 964-6580. 4/14 4tpd 5/5 j 964-8705 4/28. .1572 central atr-large. corner lot, - -

115.500. 3 BR 2 bath CB home with
busy practicing for the SpecialAny STROUTREALTY Harold Eppa ---- large FR i in lawn. Veryilce.

musical "Mary Poppins"which Single Story G INC -----------t eve.wkend. 964-6616 :2 BR frame with carport on .

they will present at the Fla. Power 15000.
House$29.93TwoStory;! :itJIIII" 964 5196 Coming Well Drilling Judith Flynn - -
ITA meeting scheduled for : 2 BR 1 bath frame In town.
House eve. wkenda 964 83M
8.7 100-S at 100- '
May 9. acrea-cor - -
39.95 to 69.95 HOUSESi Sat. May 14 2" thru 6" } I 'n land Realty A. 15500. Mobil. home with large
MONDAYoioql,. cup. macaronin None Steve Simmons r
...... ,... Hill, Higher 8 Rooms Near Starke Fast ---- addition an 1.8 acree off
c.. ,Mmst. pear Mobile Homes 19.95 34500. Rotary l ...wkenda 964 5881Mobile Combination Going 10 acre, facing SR 230 and 301 South. Owner (.finan

arl.TUISOaY.mo.. lulce. roll milk pray v. This Is a pressure and ---- Drilling Equipment j business. with nice apartment Wilson Road S22.00O. ring

mathed potato* mustard arietta, chemical cleaning 9 Room. Cloae In 25000. FLEA MARKET on 1,88/ .cr".; with ---- - -

...1....... corn broad milta' guaranteed to remove ----- STATE LICENSED I IPumpm" Home 407.26 'U. on 301. I 5'tacrea facing two graded 3 BR. I bath CB horn
WI ON IS DAY- Corn doo>. Irene -- roads 9000. with FR. nice,
mildew bugs stains 5 Rooms 15 Miles From CRAFT SALE Service Poles very
,F,.$. baUd Beam arapelruit ora 9toctioni < Starke$14,000. Cheap way to get your own ---- swimming pool.' .In te>wa. .
doufhnut, milh.' etc. j business Prime location 36.35 acres 156,500
TNUPSOAY.leronl., to.ioalad. 'all Collect 964-8961& ---- Benefit ji 100 AMP 45' 55' Bid small. ...t. -- GEORGE ROBERTS JR.
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,... hall coo .., 7 Rooms Near Hampton St.
.. Mini poach after 6 p.m. 18000. Day School i I2O down.Let ua show you this LAWTEY Reg. Real Estate. Broker

.cult. mils .portion. arils colt 4/21 S/S Jackson and Church: New UsediSalesParts'Seivicei property. Small 5 room frame .house Phone 964 7826
FRIDAY- Pull ----- j 200 AMP l
,law ....... .u...... Iruil .Itllo. milk S Rooms A Bid,.. on 1 SUrke -- en 1.4 acres, .- 12000.
- .- Acre 127,500.FARMSi 10 At, 12 percent down. -- -- Saturday

WMKVArn4M11S7 Bal. In 10 )'re. 19.8 acres with nice SAIL
MAINTENANCE I --- frame home. 50000.
[ NEED DEALERS E-Z TermsPlumbinci W.M*
PRODUCTIONS ; ----- I \ Lot In Stark.. ISO' x 150' ----- LONGCHAMPHome
10 Acres, 7 Room 4 Many Search: your close: ti I tS.OOO. Commercial bldg. 15000. and
bid... $60,000. and I I 4M215Si Building
come: tell withu. .
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... j I i r*. W.M. rto Material.
WORKERSI -- .oo the lawn. I ..... ta v/s> */II-T/I 2 BR Frame House on one- 29 acres 133.500.
77 Acr... 10 Rooms
half lot. WE BUILD-
acre ----- -
II | Furnished. M.., Bldge. I New Installation ---- Beautiful far.. 51.8 acres
Fla. has "Your Pw.ns Or Own
steel mill in Baldwin. Lake Freet 1195,000.BUSINESSES .
New electric Everyone Invitee 4 BR Brick, nice aria on 301. Brick home with 2fheplncea
workers II ----- i Remodeling ... abort walking. dlataace to 3 BR 2 Bathe. your Lot Or Ours"
production Helps ui help.
for you-
immediate openings I IDuprmnc. town. CH A. barn fenced FREE ESTIMATES
I ; a fun dayl! -- -- planted 195400.
I ($400 Per hr or higher) and maintenance workersI ----. I Repairs Registered Real 3 BR.. C.B. 1I0u... Mce ----- Remodeling Repairs'

I I ('5" per hr or higher). Rotating shifts. Liberal II | reaUaran Completely l-ktuage-daadng.. equipped. Pleace no clothe: :. Estate Broker Neighborhood.- ---- .bldg.Need. iota wall- Lawtey acreage. area* ,Homes Additions Bought-, a

A ... maker 8)75.000
.y 100' on Lake with trailer, .easterner waiting.ASSOCIATES. ..
! In person. ----- Fred Sackett Sold -.Traded
benefits. Apply PUMPS & SUPPLY} well & septic tank. -----
company I Apartment. H...., 1 at Call Marae C rll.le) I II Broker Vernl P. OdontReglatered _

I FLORIDA STEEL CORPORATION 122,000 and 1 at 32000. 9ftl-flM3 for spate I COMPANY J I II U.S.301 Real Lola Zlpperar' 964-7154. or ACREAGE FOR
----- Florida
detail and reservation I I II Hampton. .Estate Broker 782.a397.
Yellow Water Road SR 217 I STROUT Broker REALTY .. I 864 N. Temple Ave. II | 904-7700 LillIan Pestle. ,
I Phone 468-l'7J3! 964-5476 REALTOR 9646853Highway
Fla. O* 100 Seuth I 1/4 Mile I Starke I ad..
East Of Baldwin Pearl A w a 301 South
From I.toraedlo. *f 301 Itpd 4/28 I I II TF-Ch 964-7739 .' .Florida
I M/F J aad lOll Sonth I 964.7061 I 782-3806 Stark

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St. Edward's Rev. Bryant Serving As Evangelist For 2 Weeks Revival set At III

Holds InstallationReverend m t ; Rev Ben Bryant, Pastor of Is serving as a guest the Chicago and Detroit area Pleasant (hope

First Baptist Church, Starke, evangelist for two weeks In Rev. Bryant will be
Pleasant Hope
Father Patrick preaching in the Hillcrest Church will hold a revival
installed the following Leo -Trainor, 46-- Baptist Church In Chicago,
Foley Mrs. Bessie Cox' 90 May 4-6, 7:30: p.m.
officers to the St. Edward'sParish Illinois April 24-30. Rev. Asa Coleman ofMacdenn
I Council at a special Mrs. Bessie Hudson Cox90' Mr. Leo R. Trainor, 46, of Southern Baptist Churches of )' will be the speakerand
Mass on April 18: President rPA of Starke died Friday evening, Country Club Road, Starke, the area have visiting special singing will be
Josephine Gumber, Vice April 22, in the Starke Nursing died Monday, April 25, in the preachers from several statesin Friday night.Pleasant .
President Tim Clougher and rr Home following a lingering V.A. Hospital In Gainesville a concentrated revival !Hope, located
Dclbres Meng Secretary.Mrs. illness. following a lingering illness.: effort. three miles north of Starke on

N 4. Cumber appointed the Born in Eatonton, Georgia, Born in Pawtucket, Rhode New Baptist Church In US-301, invites everyone to
following to Committee ? r December 13, 1886, Mrs. Cox Island, October' 1, 1930, Mr. Yipsilanti Michigan, will be attend.A .
Chairmanships at the meeting Trainor had moved from
moved from
held in the Parish Hall: Pat ,'..2YYY \ Georgia to North Miami{ Miami to Starke in October the setting for the second ., .
week This cursade is
Allen Social; Tim Clougher- \ tii Beach 5 and to 1971. He was a Navy veteranof May 1-7 0,' -
years ago
Finance, Ways and Means; Starke, where she had lived the Korean War and'a sponsored by Convention the Florida 'e" ......... ;
correctional officer at t Florida Baptist '" ----
Fran Meng Community
for the Mrs. Cox '
I past year. Evangelism Department, ::: --
Gale Richardson State Prison.
Affairs; was a retired nurse and a '
I include his with pastors from churches in fish called the oarfish look
Liturgical; Beverly Tyrrell member of the Camp Creek ; crusade
I .- Religious Education and Primitive Baptist Church in widow, Edna Thompson Florida serving as like a horse and has a stream
Whitehead Nominated Richard Welty Building and Putnam County, Georgia. Trainor; his mother, Mrs. evangelists. ing red mane.

I To West Point AcademyKen Maintenance. : Survivors include: one son. Claire D. Trainor of
I Antoinette Coss serves as I"v Joseph E. <( Whitehead, son of Mr. Music Chairman for the p' of Keystone Heights; one Randal L. Trainor, U.S. Armyin "Never answer a you Y Chinese Proverb
and Mrs. Leonard K. parish.Muriel. daughter, Mrs. Bessie Hawaii, Raymond L.
Whitehead of Keystone Gilhooly serves as Giamportone of North Miami Trainor, Richard L. Trainor,
I Heights, has been nominated Bingo Chairman and is in +. t ; t s Beach; one brother, Irby and Russell L. Trainor all of Dwight Slater's
by Congressman Bill charge of Bingo games held in ... Hudson, Bradenton; one Starke; ..one brother, EdwardJ.
Chappell for an appointment the parish hall on Saturday V44U' sister, Mrs. Louise Hum Trainor of Hollywood,. Fla.
.... The remains will be sent to
I at the U.S. Military Academyat evenings. phrey Bartow: seven Food & Seat
I West Point.Whitehead Anne Samons is Parish Rev. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez grandchildren and three great Forreston Illinois for services
who Mill Secretary. Donna Samons Is grandchildren. with burial in the Chapel Hill Open US 301 S
graduate from the Keystone in charge of Youth Activities Funeral services were new Cemetery in Freeport,
Hope BaptistTo 7 A M. 12 P M. &.Waln,151.
lor the parish. illinois DeWitt C. Jones
High School this June is also Monday in the Moore Funeral
considering the. U.S. Coast Among business matters Home Chapel in Milledgeville, Funeral Home is in charge of
Guard Academy which has discussed at the meeting were Dedicate New ChurchHope Ga. Burial was in Pine Grove local arrangements. BUSCH BORDEN'SBEER

expressed 1 an interest in him painting of the Church and Cemetery near Eatonton Ga. --- MILK
hissed on his leadership and Rectory: the Parish Nursery Baptist Church at be preaching in the morningand DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -
I academic qualifications. for Sunday Masses, religious Theressa is planning special evening worship services.He I Home of Starke was in chargeof PINKUROVKMETHODIST: :
According to Mrs. education classes, and the services dedicating the new will also deliver the local arrangements. : CIU'RCII :P"Dep.. $109 Gal, $149
I Whitehead her son plans to parking lot extension recently church Sunday, May 1 I. 2:30: dedication sermon in the Itev. Ben L. Coleman
visit both schools before completed by Joe Gissy. afternoon service. Rev. VON' SCHIAVONE TASTING FRIDAY
It suggested a parish p.m. a a a a SUNDAY Sunday School,
making a final decision. The was Gonzalez and his wife will be LIEBFRAUMILCH GERMAN
\\ hltl'hcml.re former residents survey be taken for available Besides the regular mor- presenting specials in song in The First Baptist Church of 9:45: a.m.; Morning\ Worship, ft SATURDAY 3-7
of Starke talent of specific capabilitiesby ning and evening worship all of the services of the day. Starke will have a Centennial 11 a.m.; Evening Services WHITE WINE $ STOP BY AND HAVE A
hitchead is holding the parishioners. service a dedication service Both the pastor and people Homecoming Sunday !May 15 7:30: p.m. $439
nl ficv of president in the e e a will be held that afternoon. of the church: extend a cordial and celebrate with an Old THURSDAY : Prayer 23 0:. Btl. CUP ON THE HOUSE
I'ellouship of Christian Special guests for the day invitation to the public to Fashioned Day. Meeting 7:30: p.m.

,Mhlctnt, Huddle Group and isa Djal Cemetery will! be Rev and Mrs. Tony attend these services and to

:i student government class Working Saturday Gonzalez from Kingsport share in their joy on this AMANA REVCO MAYTAG HOT PINT
representative Tennessee. Rev. Gonzalez will special day
Active in both football and There ill be a working at
trackhitfhead., captain of the Dyal Cemetery on
the (Iwitball (team this past Saturday. April 30 starting at
year, was chosen as All-Area H a.mm \ ,
Guard; All Sectional Line- Helpers please bring tools, ,, \: ,.
Kicker and All Stale Line- rakes, lawn mowers etc. Ct\U\\C\ \ """
hacker on the third team.
a a asFIRST.IS.FAIBL1' I--1 '1\
In his junior year.llhitehead

was picked as All :: OK =9"FJ \ .
Linebacker. All Con- n'l.\et
County (,IIIJ)
lerence Guard and Linebacker "'flullai| |)\ Church MARK'S MADISON ST. BAPTIST t
and u as chosen for the I l htli ill\\rliloii EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev.Charles R. Swartz -
All Mate Linebticker. second !Sl.nkcMM WEEKLY SCIIED'ULEKKIDAY(9:302:00

team. : >.\\.: :oundaSchool., .
During this sear he also re- lu it in :Morningorship.. II ( : : p.m.) FridayMen's Softball! te't
I irixwl' the school award for am Kxening: Worship 7 Spiritual Pilgrimage, The game, 8:45: p.m. Westside :: '
Host Lineman and Hatchetman Rev. Harald K Haugan-Bnng Park ,
t the school's) defensive |1'111\\KIiNKSt\Y:!' : Youth a sack lunch and a Bible SaturdayYouth outing to 1.At

iiuiiid Hireling.' /: 7 p m.: Bible Study. Work retreat for men Camp Six Gun Territory. Leave
In spring sports, \\hitehead, T Weed. church 8:30: a.m. bp.1596
I is' a member' of the school \p inPastor, Robert Harden !SATlltDAY(10:00' ( : a.mJ) Sunday"HOMECOMING" %

record setting Sprint Medley elcome one and all! Convocational Meeting-St. and "BIBLE CON
Kfl.is It'am.'unl1lng\ the 440) Barnabas. Wilhston Fla. FERENCE". Sunday School,
leg --- -- SU. 0\\-8:30: a.m., Holy 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship \ s
I I 110'1'11I1"! the I Uo hurdles in 'ifi a a a- Eucharist:9:45: a.m., Church 11:00: am.; Church Training
"'''IIII..llal.I I l 1111'a Ilan\ 4411 in .'<4 SMlltNA: i\l TIM!' illLIUII School ; 11:00: a.m.. Holy 6:15: p.m. ; Evening Worship, '
M'riiniN Hal and 'is" the umliuri Killer: T.('. \\ illia ins Eucharist. 7:30: p.m. frfr//
I II ,III i MI the mile ii-lav "On the search for afriendly ea aa Monday-Bible Conference,
thurch" 7:00: p.m.
\n honor roll student First Baptist TuesdayMorning Bible

throughout his high school U flcome to tinny ma Church Schedule Study and Luncheon lr:00a : Starts Today Einds Saturday %
rawerhitehead plans to .m. ; Bible Conference; z
'sue I he engineering f held in : School, 700pm.
\leu MMIAYt Sunday Sunday May 1, BaptistMen's :
iutuie studies at his! chosen III a i m., Worship Service 11 Breakfast 7:30: am.: WednesdayBible Conference 28 30 1977
collegeMr illl1.n B.T.S.. 5:43: p.m.. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.: 7:00p: .m. 2 April April 8Co
: and Mrs. L.K. l K\ening: Worship. 7 p m.All Morning Worship 11 a.m.:
Uliitc-liciid and :son. Ken are visitors are warmly church training, 6:15: p.m.;
.in West I'oinl. :N.Y and :New welcomede preach I the evening worship 7:30: p.m. SaneFIRST
I ondon./ ('(1/111/ this week death, burial and resurrection Monday. May 2, deacon's METIIODIST
where Ken will visit bothilt.illl..lIl.S. ol the Lord Jesus Christ. meeting, 7pm.Tuesday CHURCH -
They will return Come join us on (the Lord's May 3, WMU S. -
on \\ednesda l Das' Council, 10:30: a.m.; business, Sunday: Church School for i REFRIGERATOR 3.5TCU.lt.

as a a 11:30a.m.: ; luncheon, 12 p.m.; all ages, 9:45: a.m.; Morning ___- refrigerator'I
program 12:30: pm.; junior Worship <( n iii .Hltsr. I'KKSIIYTKIUAN: : choir, 3:30: p.m.Wednesday 11 a.m.; MYF Snack Supper <* Ml Now, !
('11 IUII May 4, family <(
Dr." .l.uk 11.1 lid. minister night supper 6:15: p.m.; Mullins) 6 p.m. ; MYF M Just In Time ,
Sunday School worker'smeeting meetings and recreation: 6:30: **'
!Sl'MMY: : Sunday School. R.A.'s G.A.'s Co\ot\ I,

!I\II:;! a 1 m Morning WorshIp Acteens, World Friends, and p.m.Tuesday: Bible Study Class For ,
lIam i Mission Friends, 6:45: p.m.; meeting place to be announced -
TliritSDAY : Choir "Hour of Power" 7:30: p.m.; 10 a.m.Wednesday ValaM VegrtabloFroozlng I
|"irKlice.: 7:11I:: p m. adult choir, 8:15: p.m.; trustee : Chancel Choir = : 'li'
a a a a meeting, 8:15: p.m. Rehearsal 7:30: p.m. rrs'4s,
STAKKK: Thursday, May 5, visitation, H2524M \' ; f -- :
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( Ill R'l HOriOI l ) 7 pm
HnI.I.Ih'akt": : Saturday, May 7, Bus Of
ministry visitation, 8:30: a.m. ALLEN CHAPEL Quantity r

Sunday : !Sunday School. 10 a a a a AM.ECHURCH Qrich Models And Styles Q Model BC-20W
"The Friendly Church"
; II .
a Ill. :Morningorship. 20 1 cu ft capacity
a m Kvemng: Worship. 7p AIRPARKSPT1ST 719 Pine St.,Starke! To Choose From
CHURCH Rev. R.G. Heastle. Pastor CensorP.
i m
Airman lai.> H. It a k ken! I Wednesday( : Family\ lIev O.D. Brooks with the
ft \KKKCOM1M.KTKSHM. : : : Training" (Hour 7-30::! pm.Friday Orange Street SUNDAY: ; : Sunday School THE QUALITY GOES IN !.A N '! 6.53 cu. ft. Freezer
9:30: a.m., Morning Worship. -'
: Prayer Meeting. ON THE BOTTOM!
( 'IHMMNCirman : Sl'SIJ.Sunday School 10am. II a.m., Evening BEFORE THE NAME GOES ON
7 :all\
Bakken. 1111. loveeast
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11 first
Worship Service p.m., Sunday only:
ol :Mr and :Mrs. Joe B.Ic.ikken ;
son a m.; Evening Worship 7 p.m 7:30: p.m. Friday before
Jr of Kt. 2. Starke. MTKll: PF"r: : 1L WEDNESDAY: Prayer first Sunday. Prices To Low To QuoteTHE
luis /been assigned 1 to 'hanute ('IIl'IU.Jt2t1 Service 7pm.GRACE a a a a
,.\KH. III.. alter completing
Force basic training ) Water Street! PINE LEVEL BAPTIST

Lackland Dining AKB.the six Tex weeks. the airmail at \\KDNK.SDAY: : : : Bible -- SUNDAY REV. ROMAN: Sunday ALVAREZ School I Hotpoint ranges

Mudivd I the Air-K-orce Murtv.. illI:: p m. BAPTISTCHURCtl 10 a.m.; Worship service, 11 MAYTAG
mission organisation and .. .'tIU.Young people'sservice. Highway 100A South a.m.; Choir Practice, 5:30:
customs and\ received special !. 7:30: pm. Jerry I). Milton pm.; Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.; tMth
instruction t in human relations l'U.Sunday: School, Pastor Evening Worship 7 p m. WSWNG MACHINE .
Completion of this in a m. Worship Services, 11 964.5658SUNDAY WEDNESDAY: Teachers i '
training earned the individual a I m. mid 7:30: p.m. Meeting 7 p.m.; Mid-Week '-' SrfCloanino.. .

credits towards an associatein -aaaaaaa : Bible School. 10 Service, 7:30: pm.; Choir T.bs. WorkOut
applied science degree CARD OF THANKS am.; Morning Worship 11 Practice 8:30: pm.THURSDAY OwnStvosTlmo
through the Community Mrs. Karl Hoist and Family a.m.; Children's Choir : Visitation w
College of the Air Force. wish to express their heartfelt Practice 5:45: p.m.; Training 7:15: p.m. ...
Airman Bakken will now thanks and appreciation and Union 6:30: p.m.; Evening SATURDAY : Bus Of Wash Days .
receive specialized training in cooperation helping get the Worship 7:30: p.m.WEDNESDAY visitation 9am.CALENDAR ,
the in re rait equipmentmaintenance Blood Bank started. Also : Sunday OF EVENTS
field special thanks to projects and School Workers Meeting 7 MAY: A206 &
The ;airman is a 1976 gifts flowers, food and held a m.; Bible Study and Prayer, May II: Baby Day. May 8: Monty
graduate" of Bradford High from friends and .good neighbors 7:30: p.m. ; Adult Choir Mother's Day. May IS:
School. Practice 8:15: p.m. Special Music, evening ser- r ice Energy
For the concern and understanding vice. May 22: Old Fashioned ?
Duncan CompletesSupi ) for Karl through the "A Church Where Day.

>l> Course! L. years of his illness, my Everybody is Somebody" S aoc ---
:Marine Private Jimmy ( -
children and I gratefullythank CALVARY BAPTISTCHURCH --
(Duncan son of Mr. adn !Mrs. a aGRAIIAM ----
of Route 1. you. .11. ,-
El11l'rDuncan Mrs. Karl E.Holsttaaaaaaa BAPTISTRev. Jim Black PastorSL'NDAYi (
Box" 'lfi7-D. Lawtey. has .James Starling pricy
the Marine
Sunday School,
.\\iatlon :Mechanized Supply CARD OK THANKS SUNDAY i Sunday School, 9:45: a m.; Morning Worship

Course. To our friends in Union and 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, U 11 a m; Evening Worship 7 -
The nine-week at the course Naval wasonductl'd Bradford County and all a m.; Training Union 6 p m.; p.m. Sfl l Boy RB737T/B
Florida: WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week .ns a
Technical Training Center Words are inadequate with Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. -
lh'ridwnliss.: The course And Prim Haw Boon Raducod
which to express to everyoneour
was designed to provide love and sincere appreciation -__, __ -A- -
students Ith the background MORGAN ROAD
for your prayers, concern

supply necessary duty to in perform aviation aviation Fleet cards, thoughts for Jerome, flowers Johns. Our and FIRST CHURCH CHRISTIAN BAPTISTSt.'SDA"1 Sunday School. Sab On Morehandiso. In Stock Only Ploaso No Phone.. Calls For Quotas Froo Doltory

Marine Force (FMF! ) units hearts are filled with love and Jim Love( MinisterSUNDVY 10am. Morning Worship and
Students' instruction In- gratitude to all of you. Services for the Deaf. a.m., WI 5wrtJPfltT ffntr" Nv. Special
cluded material handling, Training Union. 6:30: pm.
Jerome is doing nicely because : Sunday School '
procurement and inventoryand of files : of your prayers and the 9:43: a.m.: morning service, Evening Worship. .7:30: p m. Buy On Sale Merchandise; HndThup Savings : -r
WEDNESDAY: Mid-week .
the <
preparation 6
wonderful surgeons, and he 10:45: a.m.; youth group .
and reports. In addition, they Golden evening worship 7 Prayer Service and Bible I Pmmmmd Th..Thr. Pays
was able to attend our p.m. ; Will Bv On To You During
were taught the procedures Wedding Anniversary Party. p.m.; Choir practice, 8 p.m. Study 7:30: p.m., Choir
maintaining squadrons'operating E.Johns WEDNESDAY) Bible Practice, 8:15: pm.
-The Charley
funds.Duncanjomed. the Marine Family Study, 8pm. FEDDERS REVCO -

Corps in September 1978.



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