Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 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: UF00027795:04103
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from the rear in the old bus lot, at new Bradford High The BUS auditorium Is just right of the picture above. The
I School from left are all five main phasesTThe new Agriculture area formed by the new buildings, old A-Building.and the auditorium
Industrial Arts, and Special Education wing at left. form a sort of rectangle with a walkway leading betweenthe
1 Next to that Is the mathematics-science complex, the library auditorium west to the athletic complex.
I and administrative building the English building, and at far Somewhere In the files in the county administrative building SecondaryRepavinRoads
I right the newly completed Home Economics and Business across L'S-301 from BUS Is a master plan for the high school
Education building. Only old A-Building remains of the original drawn up by Supt. Tom Casey and Architect Don Morgan when
BUS site. Students' are slated to move Into the new buildings BUS construction first began. It shows a system of walkwaysand -

next fall. covered leisure areas for students. in one form or turned down a request to pave Road be paved. Chairman only one bid Monday for 25

i another occupied the Brad- the Speedville Road. George Roberts told Davis all miles of repaving from

ford County Board of Com- A delegation of about a the money for paving had Marion Construction Co. for

I 111! 2 BHS Buildings Nearing Completion missioners in regular session dozen persons with been allocated to retop 25 $431,681; at a cost Of $17,267
Monday, May 2, when they spokesman Willie Davis miles of county roads and 15 per mile. The''county had
asked to rebid repaving 25 opened the session asking for more were yet to be done. previously thought the paving
\ Nearing completion Phases Salley and contractors to Phases 4 and 5, costing completion of the auditoriumin miles of secondary roads and 1.4 of a mile of the Speedville The commission received would be about $10,000 per
4 and :5 of Bradford High determine if the facility is at $768,125 will add ap- 1959, and the field house in mile for a total cost of $250,00
I School construction were "substantial completion." proximately( 25,000 square feet 1967. Phase 1 of construction and leave enough money to

1\I toured Wednesday, April 25, The tour group found to the existing BHS campus added about 13,000 square feet pave the Pleasant Grove
I by school officials, board several minor Items that and Include areas primarily in 1970 for English and Social Students Win HonorsIn Church Road. -

members, architect Craig would need to be corrected ,related to specific learning Studies classrooms, phase 2, After further discussion in

I _. 1971, 18,000 square feet for the afternoon the board got in
: P?,' _. w, -- library and offices and phase touch with Department of
i ..a' 3, added 18,000 square feet for officials and
State Science FairFive
Math and Science classroomsin said they were unhappy with
1973. bid for the
only receiving one
1r 7de 25 miles of retopping and the
An overall plan has been
BHS seniors returned
bid the Pleasant"Grove
followed closely, said Casey, from the State Science Fair $191,800 Road.on

and two additional phases are and Science Talent Search in Commissioners asked DOTto

.)': '''c.t: planned for sometime In the Fort Pierce last week with ,'.. turn down each of these bids
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future. 6 to 8
': ;. ., f" general classrooms and a new 'awards 'draping their --.. and rebid the road projectsbut
J the end of
projects marking
4 did not get either confirmation
; .t { k a. cafeteria their high school science fair or denial over the
.. I'I'f Casey said his first priority ,efforts.
'V'e 'f would be building a cafeteriaat '" phone. ,
the middle school, con- Karen Powell second place ryA The roads to be retoppedare
I f6''>; winner at the BHS science fair
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:ji 'f' ":" currently eat in a portable and first place winner at the -SR 235,7 miles from SR 100
,. : .' ,' regional fair, placed third in
( cafeteria set on campus in the SW to junction of SR 231 at
'" Fall of 1976. Food Is preparedat .the category of behavioral and* a Brooker.
the Vo-Tech school and 'social sciences'at the state '-SRS 125, 8.S miles north of

''W ,," ", II brought to the Middle School. fair ,Her project, entitled "A Lawtey from DuPont to New
'," Students ate in the gym before Four year Conclusive Study River.
11 the portable cafeteria was 'As To' 'The' Development k -SRS 225 7 miles, SR 100
borrowed from the state. ; .Theor, Of. Cognitive north to SR 16, the Bayless

$******>oIIII"J'; ;;'. ""1'rNai.k,7* .,*/*. PropsseV; ;,dealt with testing Highway.
114'[ 'i In the initial planning stage, tiAJory Uta development 01 *t* -SR 200 A, 2.0( miles from US _"

Casey says Is the possibility '.logical thought processes in 301 south of Lawtey to junctionof
of upgrading the high school school aged children. SRS 225 in Lawtey.

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-- .- gym expanding Robin Chism, blue ribbon -SR 18, one half mile from
auditorium into a community'center winner at the BHS and U.S.Army's .
SR 100 (the Charley Johns Rd)
School Tom and Board Members Vernon Parmenter.. J.T. Parrish and
Superintendent Casey under a federal public special awards for his
Lake .
I to Crystal turnoff.The
Arthur Oilskins along! with architect Craig Salley and contractors gawk! at construction in the works grant. zoological project entitled "A yt
agriculture center of Phases 4 and 5 of Bradford High school construction. Funding for phases 4 and 5 Series Of ExperimentationsTo ''t'tw commissioners also

before keys can be turned centers. came from capital outlay and Determine If Degregated turned down a request to

vTJr: Siniw if tierThursday over to the school system Centers included will be a additional construction money .i maintain cattle gaps leadingto
would also be from y., in the New
Sapp Cemetery
around the first or second home economics area and a probably 33 Mil Citations K: lf
week in May. The full board is carpeted business center that the sale of State Board of SM r River area. "There Is no way
will have the of Education bonds.Complete we can build and maintain
to tour the facility majority
before the additions are ac $25,000 of equipment pur rebuilding of the Issued At Lawtey cattle gaps on a public road"
school has been in -- Roberts told Ethan Sapp. The
t cepted. chased this year. An exceptional high plansof
ie education classroomwill the Bradford school board Thirty-three citations for Robin t'hism and Karen Powell returned from state l sdeiue board told Flora Belle Nettles

also have an appliance since 1966 when Casey was mobile home license fair with these reminders Robin won second place from lie I S they would check into the

center located in a room next superintendent. He was also 'violations were issued in Army's special awards and Karen took third place in situation allowing access to
RaifordTo to it to be used as a teaching responsible for new schools Lawtey and immediate behavioral sciences In regular competition. the cemetery across land
J built at Brooker and Hampton. vicinity last week as'the Nancy Ilildreth. Lucy Bradley, and llarl.i ('I1I'I>.tolh... all owned by Sapp and Floyd
aid.Decorated with orange and The elementary school at county's drive to bring all brought honorable mentions! home from the slate science lair Wiggins.In .

white super graphics the Lawtey was enlarged and new delinquent units in line with othr other action, the
Vote Industrial arts center has wings at Starke Elementaryand the law continues. Since the Ascorbic Acid Can Cause was' entitled "The Design Of A board: \
designated areas within for Southside Elementarywere inspection drive began in Diabetes Mellitus And Kidney Poll And The Statistical
a zoning
specialized 'paint spraying, added. The first three April, 80 citations have been Malfunction In A' Rattus Analysis Of The Results .\.. from Doyle Starling to rezone
and explosion proof room and phases of the high school were issued, with tag purchases up Norvegieus." Robin fed Compared With The Nationwide 30 acres one mile west of
May S locked storage and project started and phases 4 and 5 to date running well over amounts of Ascorbic acid to a Gallup And Harris Lawtey from agriculture to
On PayAn storage rooms. began in Casey's prior ad- $10.000. rat to determine if the subPolls.." open rural to sell a minimumof
ministration. Only about half of the town Lucy's presentation entered
stance would diabetes I
\ cause lots. The
The is one acre request
i agriculture area
: Library Book Sal Expansion of the V.Tech of Lawtey was covered last of kidney malfunctions. in the biological the
ordinance providing pay similarly decorated and has a was approved by zoning
week, and the inspection of dealt with
I May 2.7 for Raiford town council teacher's office, resource school is currently at the stageof This year marked Robin's sciences category board In its.meeting April 26.
Reg. Library Hours members was approved library and restroom with submitting an applicationfor mobile home units were third trip to state science fair, "The Antibiotic Qualities Of
continued there this week. Brassica
a $50,000 and made the fourth for Ipomoea batatas.
Tuesday night by the council shower. planning grant year -Heard a report from Zoning
Several informations have And Alluim
City Land Us. be for architectural and Karen. rapa. cepa. Director L.M. Gaines that
and will
placed on a The new additions to the 25
been filed the State Attorney's '
Plan Hearing engineering services for by Honorable mentions werejancy's( presentation investigated
referendum on this upcoming acre campus were all .since the last meeting 27
Brad. Co. Courthouse October's election ballot for designed in accordance with Phase 4 of the facility. The office against mobile awarded to Lucy Bradley. the question "Is mobile home tags had been
7p.m. the voters to decide. serving the handicapped and school board selected Craig home owners who failed to Nancy Hildreth. and Darla There A Correlation Between sold bringing about$4,000
have and Salley and Associates as the purchase tags after their Christopher In the Fair'sTalent the Development of Permanent the county.
The ordinance drawn by ramped walkways citations. Some of these will Teeth And The
Saturday May 7 up bathroom facilities to allow architect for the $1.5 million Search program. -Took under advisement a
council attorney Richard wheelchairs. dollar expansion of that appear at plea day in county Darla's presentation in the Prediction Of Reading Success request from Judge Elzie
Welty) has been under dis- facility. court this Thursday. physical sciences category In A Growing Child;?" Sanders to purchase a Sony

Broadway Review cussion since the February court-conference reporter.
"Too Good To Forget" meeting when it was broughtup device
The recording costing
UF Men's Glee Club by councilman Michael around is for
Parents Lack Action $2,500 necessary
BHS Auditorium Dobbs.At Question Of the "proper functioning of the
a p.m. February meetingthe court," said Sanders. He
council instructed .
$1.00 Adults Welty to
that under Florida
.59 Students research if a pay incentive
Criminal Rules of Procedure
could be either implementedby 3.170"no plea guilty or nolo ,
Bake Sale a change in the town OnDiscipline To SchoolBoard.
contenders: snail oe acceptedby
B.C. Volunteer charter under home rule or a
a court without first "
Fir Department referendum.All determining, in open court, {
Ladies Aux. terms of council mem- access to a telephone to call irregularities had occurred"no .i
For the third straight monthn tion and received a different with means of recording the
10 a.m.-I bers will expire in October home.A felonious act" had hap- }
p.m. a row discipline has been a version from Principal C.C, proceedings stenographically ,
Front of Wlnn Dixie and several members indi for discussion with the Anderson. letter was.circulated in pened. mechanical means." "
natter or by
cated they would not run tradford County School Gaskins returned to the the school saying her !Mrs. Denton said her Representatives from i

Tuesday, May 10 again, but to generate interest Hoard as parents questioned same issue about 90 minutes daughter would be "killed if daughter was afraid to return Motorola asked the board I
in the council and incentive to ick of action taken at the later after parents of middle she returned toschool." added to school. She was joined in what it anticipated would be 'I l

serve they would like to see a ..--- ..I. middle school and chairman school children queried the !Mrs. Denton. Casey told the discussion by other parents the needs of the county for '
who said, their children had
BUARC salary.In school board that Principal
Arthur Gaskins flayed board about discipline in that emergency medical services
Sunshine Acres the last election only five School board members Tom Casey Monday school. Casey told the boardhe Jesse Moore took no action on also been 'mistreated at the to monitor heartbeats in the +] i
7130 p.m. people qualified to run for the Arthur Gaskins and Vernon night. still had not received official what Casey termed "was a' middle school and asked the field and send the Information ,i
council. The referendum will Parmenter discuss points of' After concluding the agendaset word that it was pot that pat on the behind" because it board to ensure these inci- to the doctor at a hospital. :"
ask for to be construction with school be students word dents would not happen again. I
Jones Lankford Whit $25 monthly paid for the special meeting had been turned in by the would one
American Legion Post 5* only if the regular monthly board architect'Craig Salleyon Monday/'May 2, Gaskins lit students and he did not feel he against another. The two Casey and Mrs. Pat After a technical discussion: .:
Meeting at I p.m. meeting is attended. the sight of Bradford High into Casey saying "the facts had given the board the wrong students involved In the letter Spengler came to 1loore'sdefense. Roberts l instructed: the clerk to ili t
Welty also agreed to write School Phases 4 and S. he (Casey ) told the board information. Casey said the writing were suspended for and said he had actedin check on the availability of :;'
another letter to the a fair manner. Moore was' funds from the Governor's
Bradford County county untrue." Gaskins was students received immunityfor three days in what seemed to i
Hospital Board commission explaining the The new wings are also were referring to school board discussion naming who the marijuanahad be "the most appropriate in the audience-but was not Safety Fund and what would '': "
7p.m. reasons the town wishes to designed to cut down on 18 of students been purchased from methods for 10, 11, and 12 year asked any questions. be the range capabilities of :
acquire the land at the vandalism In the school,' on April ; at rather than suspension. old children said Casey. Casey said since the incident -: various systems. The unit i
Hampton Council community center. featuring plywood 'ceilings, caught smoking marijuana told which upset the whole would have to transmit to I
7i30p.m The council approved Dobbsto recessed lighting under impact high Casey he The board also heard from The boy involved in the school because the .boy.had Gainesville or Jacksonville j!I
Gaskins at that meeting
represent the town at the resistant glass in the Mrs. Don Denton who read a pushing incident was tran- been taken from the campus'by since Bradford County ',
knew about the circumstancesand
Breaker Council next commission meeting bathrooms. letter itemizing events sported to the courthouse for a uniformed officer, certain Hospital would not have a !
the being
7:30p.m. ,asked for either a lease or. School Board Members handled .matter'the was Bradford beginning May 21 when her Denton. actingas action had been taken. doctor to monitor the screen.: i
purchase of the county Arthur Gaskins, Vernon daughter, a middle school a Bradford deputy sheriff, The campus was covered by
property which Is currently Parmenter J.T. Parrish County Sheriff's Department. student, began being harassedby and a complaint was filed in teachers on a special alert to -Authorized county attorney

\11r\!; ,(Canul1uul used as the community center along with SuperintendentTom Casey said the and circumstanceswere students a boy at school. Mrs. the state attorney's office. see "that we have order on Dudley Hardy to draw up an I t
; and Head Start program. Casey and Principal C.C. "hazy" no Denton said April 27 her Board attorney Jesse Wolbert. campus.! said Casey. ordinance providing an additional : '" ,
State, 1nnk'AicNMM New garbage specificationswere Anderson toured the two had been suspended. daughter had been pushedand also assistant state attorney Moore said he felt the inci- $1 fine In criminal I ))1 It

drawn up and approvedby outside area classroom' that, "It is disturbing to me when food was 'wiped on her County, said an dent "had been blown out of cases to be used: by the l .'

.*.n.M.._imurMl.v UpT the council. Details will be can be utilized by four groups:;' 1 don't get the right answers'.' clothing 'during the lunch Investigation revealed Moore, proportion"and he did not feel Sheriffs Department to train I \

'.!!f<.'O.plf.-.....CMbd available later for bidding The additional 20,000 square said Gaskins.'He said he had period. Mrs. Denton said her and his staff acted In'"com.: the campus was.dangerous for officers under, the Police '. '
purposes. feet of phases 4 and S follows done some further investiga- daughter ,was- also refused mendable fashion" and while any student. Standards Act .

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Minimum Standards: ]For Promotion Favored By Advisory' Committees I

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County wide school advisory English skills and expressed are going to get along in must rely on their experienceto many cases' students held agreed a set of standards for school projects and topics. policies were parents strictly enforced would
meetings held In school doubt that many would be ableto higher education." Anderson "get the gamut of all" back reach a level of physical promotion was necessary.The The subject of promotionand that more interested in the
centers March 29 to discuss pass the assessment tests. explained that the term higher possible discipline problems. maturity above others in that Starke Elementary retention policies were become.
proposed minimum student The mother of one senior education Included college Following a remark that grade level and a possibility of School Advisory Committeemet introduced to the meeting. situation.The committee agreed with
performance standards said she spoke with her son's technical skills, and practicaiexperience learning was "a joy" to the becoming a discipline with four parents, three School Board rules and procedures for
required In grades 3,5,8 and 11 teachers and learned that during everyday generation who are now the problem. teachers and the moderator, current state laws were present to parents. They are
leaned toward having (imore than half of those life.To parents of BHS students, Other area of discussionwas Principal Dewey McKinney, reviewed. It was the reporting report cards each
standards set and retain those teachers students do not begin remedy this, Anderson ,Anderson pointed out that a pre-vo-tech type present. concensus of all present that as weeks letter at mid-
students not doing the work, sentences with capital letters. explained,"We must set some some students choose not to training to allow students with Mr. McKinney began the some type of uniform policybe six from;office if child is a
tempered only in cases when a Many students are deficient in guidelines to see to it that the work to their fullest ability those interests a chance to discussion by reporting on the set concerning promotionand candidate term for retention; letter
student is working up to his use of punctuation and student has progressed to the because of peer pressure.. pursue In that progress of various local retention and, that if these from office when child is sent
fullest capabilities. paragraphing level that we say he has "Certain clannish groups on are not academically incline office for disciplinaryreasons
Parents at the Bradford BHS Principal C. C. progressed." campus point a dirty finger at Last year in the middle school to and teachers
High School advisory meetingtook Anderson agreed that the The notion of state a boo(worm,"he said. 28 students were held back ;
time to read the basic percentage of students mandated guidelines to insure Students realize this and but 45 were passed that were Squash CucumbersOn notes or telephone calls.
skills assesment tests for the lacking in basic skills graduation with basic skills sacrifice school work to be not working up to grade level Present report card forms
third, fifth, eighth and (English and Math) was high. brought some criticism from accepted by a clan. but were fully working up to reviewed briefly and it
eleventh grades before "They don't know the basic parents that the school systemis One father present their fullest capabilities.A were decided l that the present
discussion of their reactions. skills that are necessary for being "guidelmed to suggested that perhaps Brooker Market was more informationto
Parents present showed livlihood, communication death."Schools are also in the students lack a feeling of consensus of the group form gave
which could said would be in favor ofa parents than any form usedin
concern that a large the skills process of listing a set of
(percentage of seniors at BHS that a senior should know. It consequences for each make them apathetic towards minimal skill level in each of Bushels of squash have been watermelons wil ,begin going the past.
were deficient in basic makes you wonder how they possible infraction of school school work"People want to the grades discussed but with rolling off the Brooker State through the market. But The Hampton advisory
cancelled due
rules, and one parent feel like they are the recommendation that Farmer's Market for weather conditions are also meeting was to
commented that listing and accomplishing something. If other consideration be used two weeks now, but near holding back the melons. the illness of Principal Connie
JOHN'S interpreting these required they don't feel it, then not based on mental ability volume and prices have been Some growers are Irrigating. Clark.
e.. e.1 guidelines was a time- don't like it (school work/) alone. low, according to Market "Growers had anticipated a
264-1353 Remodeling & Roofing Co. 2I -9oo2 consuming duty BHS' advisory committee Discussion in the Manager Bob Allen real good volume at Brookerthis BROOKERIN
Anderson said that it was meeting was attented by 10 elementary schools followed The extremely cold winter year,but this dry weatheris
Hum AMHM CMWbto DA* ..(... t ,...I IRs.Atq too late to complain to the parents and four other along the lines of the other and the present extreme dry going to cut us drastically," BRIEF

,M Wf *, hud Ns.M,.. .. R YM11G.InM state, that these requirementshave citizens. They expressed schools but included weather is cutting into the Allen says.Normally.
.. been in the works in the concern that the, name discussion of report cards. normal volume of vegetablesIn May would be the
We" M
: T.. state legislature for a few "advisory committee" may Southslde parents the Brooker area, Allen peak month for Brooker By i Jeanette Prescott
B9tat1I.. ( rka.Iar..I.AI""l---- years. He said that as far as have kept some parents awayif recommended report cards go says. The same factors caused vegetables.It probably will be Phone 485-1715
discipline was concerned they felt they were not a back to letters of the alphabet planting in south Florida to be this year, too, Allen says, but
SAVE -We Do Our Own Work TR parents and administrators formal member of the A-F rather than present late, causing some overlap In later in the month than usual. Graders Packers
committee. It was agreed that system, they felt that even production with local vegetables Buyer on the market Is VBJ Needed At Market
the advisory committee though it meant the same which is a big factor in Packing out of Pompano Eddie Woods, foreman of
should be treated as open grade A-F was more easily holding down prices, the Beach, the same buyer who the Packaging Operations of
it's NEW 14 Lb.'RIBEYE ended in its membership, and understood. They favored manager noted. has worked the Brooker the "Farmers Market" in
should include all parents, keeping the level of Squash are currently market for the past three Brooker, said as the produce
teachers, administrators, and achievement a part of the bringing $1.50 per bushel. A years. increased coming in he would
STEAKSANDWICH students at BHS. report card along with the good price would be $3 or Allen also handles the need additional workers. He
at the At the close of the meeting, letter grade. better. Cucumbers are lust Starke and Trenton markets. said about May 7, he will need
Anderson said, "This group The 22 attending were in beginning to come in. Gradingis Just a few strawberries came an additional 30 employees for
can't come up with Iron-clad favor of a "hard nose" usually done in the late through the Starke market grading and packing as beans
progression steps. but we approach to minimum afternoon. coolers this season, he said and cucumbers will begin to
COOKED C DRESSEDTO should be knowledgeable on standards, but also felt a The Brooker area usually and a few peas are expected come in around that time.If .
D.Q TO 9 9 what the guidelines are." He subjective element must be markets squash, both yellow later. Around the first of June anyone wants to get in
PLEASEHICKEN said that various groups of used and would rely on and green, string beans, Allen will move to the Trenton touch call: V.B.J. Packaging,
ORDER parents, students, and teacher judgement for cucumbers,pepper, and small market where watermelons 4851251. Or come by the
NOT teachers should study the students working up to their amounts of other truck crops. are grown on a bigger scale market in Brooker.
BREADED ..THIS A HAMBURGER IS REAL STEAK PATTY guidelines and give fullest capabilities Around the first of June than anything else Cystic FibrosisBikeAThou
suggestions for Fourteen for discussion at

implementation. Lawtey Elementary agreed Set Sat., May 21.
FILLET The Middle School advisory that minimum standards Youths Caught In The Act Approximately one of every
drew a smaller group than should be set. When a child is
1,500 babies born in the United
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last month for discussion retained should be --
programs States this will have
TWO starKe juveniles Police patrolman year
ri SANDWICH about the proposed minimum provided for remedial arrested by Starke Police out Eunice. Cystic Fibrosis. It will cause
student performance training so that he will be ableto side Vogue Manufacturingafter Patrolman Eunice said he them much suffering and
Ith lettuce and mayonnaise brazier. standards. catch up on that work, an attempted break-in found the boys hiding in some heartache. It will shorten
Discussion by ,seven Lawtey parents said. Sunday, May 1, were discovered bushes, one carrying a stick, their lives. Cystic Fibrosis
parents, two teachersand The turnout at Brooker was to be responsible for and took them into custody does that to children.
I aD ALL MEAT NO BONE 1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke Principal Jesse Moore receptive to the idea of having 13 burglaries or attempts in without incident. The Cystic Fibrosis
centered on "socialpromotion" standards spelled out and Starke back to Jan. 9. investigators Foundation
Phone Orders accepted dating Upon questioning, is trying desper-
and retention. that children be
suggested learned that to find controlfor
Investigators learned the juvenileswere ately a cure or
964-7478 Debate centered on if a"holdback tested mid term and then the two boys had just broken responsible for five CF( and improved treat
is used, how and teachers could
'. policy long parents intoSouthside Elementary the attempted break-ins and six ment for other lung-damaging
could this possibly go on. work on the area a studentwas and had takena diseases like
same morning burglaries in Starke.They will severe asthma,
Moore pointed out that in weak In. The six presentMgpiEBSj small of cash and and
amoung also face criminal mischief chronic bronchitis,
s I small items, such as pencilsand charges for throwing a pop bronchiectasis. Won't you
food. Witnesses notified bottle through a plate glass help?
; P YJ police at about 11 a.m. Sunday window at Plggly Wiggly Bike-A-Thon '77 Is being
as the juveniles tried to get supermarket last April 4. held on May 21 to raise the
into the rear of the Vogue The two juveniles both funds so desperately needed to
how to be building. When they could not under age 16, were handed support the care and research
a enter the rear door they trieda over to the Division of Youth these children deserve. We
SHELL LOVE A LIVING PLANT! window on the north side of Services and taken to the will be biking from the
the building, but were interrupted Alachua County Detention Brooker School to the park in
:) by the arrival of Starke Center. Worthington Springs have a
1. smart shopper.. ; Picnic Lunch and returning to

,... ,9 'jSj YDRANGEA, .. .' .. 'the school:a total of IS miles.
},*_ !; .- Please: pledge generouslywhen
jSjNR&P Of Lovely Bloom IN HONOR a biker calls on you, alsoif
: you would like to help with

with theVellouu ,.. .,'.'.<"'-, '><." ,"'(!11 $ 3 9 9 $ 5 9 9 please the lunch call or, Juanita help in Adams any way, at

& 485-1532 Thank you.
....:' ) of School News:

'\. -1..:; Kindergarten Registrationwill
page begin next week, Monday
,' : through Friday, May !9-13
The school office will be
BUSHESrNice MOM open until 6 p.m next Thur
The Yellow Pages of your Continental Directoryare sday for those who are unableto
register during school'
an indispensable buyers guide offering you Selection Of hours.
valuable information A SPECIAL FOR EVERYONE To enter kindergarten a
on name services, Colors $ 99 ........................................................ child must be five (5)) years
dealer names, locations and business hours. 2 old on or before January 1,
THURS. FIU. 1978. In order to register you
I! Call for the lowest prices..locate the store that & Variety SUN. will need a birth certificate, ,.
verification of immunizations, I
; has the product you need..order by phone. May 5.8)5OoFF) (mumps, Is an added requirement .
this year) and a physical

Karl Rundberg, one of our Yellow Pages forms examination.may be picked The necessary up at the

Sales Representatives, wants you to shop and $4000Off school CUBB office.Head. Start: 4 i

save the easy way..and when you call-say The parents of Head Start 4::
students, all past and present
"I found you in the Yellow Pages." parents, are asked to please .
On AnyGRASSMASTER TOKO write Mr. Gibbs and ask him
WITH THIS COUPON to please keep Head Start in i

( \T:; Continental Telephone \\2\ Beef, Pork, Rib Starke.held i At present at the classes Civil are Defense being

Keeping You in Touchfor
Chicken OrCombination Shelter, since the building
a Better Tomorrow Complete Spring to Fall Lawn Care burned that was being used.
An Equal Opportunity Employer Plate This program has done more
The Grassmaster Bags or Mulches l good than it's been given

North Temple Ave. L credit for. Please won't you
as you Mow Vacuums up 12 Oz. Or 16 Oz. Steak: help keep it for the children I

Starke, leaves LIMIT ONE COUPON PER PERSONSONNY'S coming up.
In the Fall.
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It's powerful yet quiet 11ay13
MONDAY, chlckaii with rut. .lr.wbtrry .

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models with Key-Lectric or ReCoil Start BOYS tin clnnaman ,.11., milk.
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Reg. Now $179' Irtnch frl.i, run In lea cream bun..
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y idi 853 Starke Families In Substandard HousingApproximately ; f-11.

853 low Paul Kratzmaier, of Merritt Vernon Silcox who said there representative of the Police zoning code to comply with the v
income families in Starke are Island, who described himselfas was a deep hole in Alligator Benevolent Fund in executive new planning map. : '
living in substandard or over- a creative engineer in the Creek at the dead end of session before or after the Approved using needed j a
crowded housing units, and field of consumer products, Mimosa Street (least), Silcox next council meeting on May youth workers for summer
almost half of these need told the council he was Inter. said one boy suffered a neck 17 to start negotiations on new employment to be paid by j.'
assistance with their, ested in Starke as a site for injury which had made him an salary contract for the Police funds administrered by the ,
problems, Charles Keister of location of a two-phase operation invalid for life by diving into Department. State Employment Service 1
% the North Florida Regional that could offer sizeable the hole and hitting hard clay. Authorized NCFRPC to revise under a $51.0UO(> ) program
,_ Nw & Planning Council, reported at employment in production, He said police have to answer its schedule on the city's Approved write-off of I.
s4A. i a hearing Tuesday night on sales distribution, and frequent calls to the area be comprehensive plan to pushup delinquent utility bills totaling t
t"" r the city's application for a assembly He said he would cause of injuries or disturbances completion of a new city $2.81697: j'f,
$214,000 housing assistance need about two acres for the from "pot smokers"and I
grant. initial phase, and from 10 to 15 others who gather there. --..-. 1
Of the 412 families needing acres for the second phase, a After a discussion of filling the 'I
help Keister said 160 included rolling mill, which could be in hole with rock it was decided Star he Home CenterU.S. ( 1
Slderly or handicapped per- another location. that, since the Creek bed is
sons. The number included in The council referred Mr. state property, permission sot N. stork !
The KIIS Junior ROTC unit placed third in the male drill competition in a drill meet In Lake the low income bracket was Kratzmaier to the Chamber of should be obtained before 964-8741 It I
City April 21.: The members In the first row are (l-r): W. 'handler, G.llpndl'rlonlI. Cowart. II.Itlankenshlp based on the 1970 median Commerce and the Bradford taking any action to correct t
B. Lunn. and L. Randolph Second row: VV. Ferguson S. Shouppe J. Ithoden, G. income figure of $7,330, which County Developments......the problem.
You A Owned Lot
(ionto. Adjms.. Third row: (.. Padgett.!: II. Pete C. Covington L. Starling. A. "'ox. Fourth row; 11 Keister said had increased to Authority. Brings Factory
C.Hrlght.Sylvester, (i. VMIheison. J. Bright. C. Griffith, and C. Crew Kneeling Is Commander Lyndell the $10,000 to $12,000 bracketat In other business, the Awarded In other action gasoline the Council contract: That Will Save You Hundreds Of
this time council took steps toward
Keister said the grant, if obtained correction of two "attractivenuisances" 'to the low bidder, Register Oil Dollars.
would be 100 percent which were Co., at 41.7 cents per gallon for .
BHS Drill Team Wins HonorsThe and ,
funds, regular 44 2 for un
requiring no matching described as dangerous to JUST COMPARE
HUD well adults. leaded-both subject to tax of
and would come through children, as as
Bradford High School gwl.pri."w"-" for use in "target areas" A motion was approved to 8 cents per gallon.
Junior ROTC unit recently b among low income or spend around $5,000 for about of Griffin Milledgeville Pipe & Products, Ga. was Co 60 12 60 12
Irll 400 feet of 48-inch drainage
competed in a platoon I minority groups. awarded contract low
NCFRPC will now proceedwith to place in a 10-foot deep on its
precision and exhibition pipe Sat ilia
"" bid for 2,000 feet of 8-inch PVC WaJco
meet in Lake City, and placed 11" ee completion of the full ditch from Water Street to and
June 1, which Creek. Mike pipe fittings.
by Alligator 2BrF/R
third in male platoon drilling application Referred the of
while Cadet Jess Adams was will be forwarded to Phillips of 712 E Bridges St., problems 2BRF/K
judged third best individual Tallahassee for screening by said the ditch was in back of cleaning up area
Store $6060
E. Brown-
exhibitor. the Office of Manpower and his home and had washed outa on $6020
lee St to the Street Com-
The drill meet was spon- Planning.Due cavern under a large oak mittee, and authorized
sored by the Lake City JROTC to the failure of some tree that a child could fall into getting
removal of
prices on stumpson 50 24 60 24
Torch Club an organization of 100 homes in the new sewage with potential injury The N, Walnut Street.
service areas of Reno to tie 'problem was brought by
parents of JROTC members.The up Charles
meet was held April 23. into the system, reportedly Commissioner Joe Warren, Schaefer's Approved Mayor to Pacemaker Pacemaker
because of the $620 fee now who said the ditch was getting suggestion give
In addition to that, cadets .,: -- -1Lt .--- -- charged by the city, the progressively worse, and had the sewer line contractors 30 3BR-2BF/R 3BR,2BF/R/
celebrated a military ball council voted to allow those been debated for several days in which to correct Utility Room Bar
and awarded Cadetof John R. Smith ( ) and Sgt.-Major William Haas. breaks in the line, the
April 16 Colonel r who apply within\ 30 days to years by the Council, with no or city $10 140
the Year to Cammander L'S Army JKOTC instructors at BUS, are seen here with Cadetof the hookup fee in monthly action taken will do the work and deduct ,
Lyndell Bright. Citizenship the\'ear l.>ndell Bright and Cadet Jess Adams ranked third pay installments over a two-year The second danger spot was cost from payments to con BIg Family Look At This $12,920
award was given to Cindy best male individual exhibitor in a drill meet April23. period, with the charge added ', reported by Commissioner tractor now in escrow
Griffith senior army instructional bills. Agreed to meet with a
their utility 70 24
a wards were givento Superior Cadet Awards to LDI LD III Cadet Awards were to -monthly----,------ -______.._.._uu. 14 Wide
Jenecia Bright and Mark Cindy Griffith, LD II Julia awarded to Josie CapcnSt
Griffith Wayne Ferguson was Chambers, and LD III Jess and Lester Randolph LDI1 Montebello
judged the unit's Most Improved Adams. The Sojourner's Cadet Awards went the Henry TEST nilj-VE'j 2 B r F/K 4 BR.2 B F R
Cadet Award was awarded to Chris Pete and Cindy Gonto, and LDI r Utility Room Bar
Other awards presented at Crew. ,Jess Adams was also I Cadet Awards were given to
the military ball were the awarded the Military Order of Marion Puttman and Ray THE AMAZING $1280 $14,980 '
Department of the Army World Wars Award. Sperry.

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A !\ .!... afternoon shots at Aldridge hitting him have been fired from a nine On Refrigerator Door ,
shooting following an argument in the lower part of the body. shot 22 caliber revolver which I
has put one Starke resident Aldridge was taken to Brad- was recovered at Bradley'shome. Us
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in the hospital and ford County Hospital treated "
another one in jail according and released but he was Bradley was arrested at his
to Starke City Police. taken to Shands Teaching home and charged with All Houses In Compliance
Loyal Eddie Aldndge. 24, Hospital in Gainesville aggravated assault with a I -
was'shot by David Bradley Tuesday night Hospital deadly weapon and taken to ?- With HUD Standards
20 Monday i May 2, on east spokesman Wednesday said the Bradford County Jailw .. ::
Brownlee Street near the Aldridge was not in intensive here he was still being held
intersection of Pine Street care but could not give a Wednesday.
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t'age4A TELEGRAPH May S, 1977

Avondale Choir '-' ''''" '
St. Edward's Church News '' ,
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Reverent Father Patrick brated the Tuesday Mass with To'regent ;, '

Foley, pastor of St. Edward's Father Foley and other parish 4. ) '
Catholic Church attended the priests. a @
I-1-- ProgramThe i .
Convention of the St Mayor Hans Tansler gave a :
Augustine Diocesan Council of welcoming speech at the .
Catholic Women held at opening meeting on Monday Avondale Baptist
Jacksonville's Robert Meyer Mrs. Donald Le Fils, president GRACE BAPTIST CIIUIICII Church youth choir will be
Hotel on April 24, 25 and 26. of the Florida Council of Highway 100A South GKAIIAM BAPTIST SfAHKK coming to Kingsley Lake Bap
Mrs. John Samoml, as president Catholic\ Women addressedthe Rev Jerry Milton Rev James Starling CHURCH OKGOD tist Church Thursday night,
of the Gainesville contention on the topic of Rev. M.E.Drake May 12,7:30: p.m. to present a

Deanery, attended Board "love, unity and sharing." SUNDAY Sunday School, special music program.
each day of the On Tuesday, Mrs. Nancy C 10 a.m., Morning Worship, 11 Sunday: Sunday School, 10 The public is invited to
Meetings!( SUNDAY: Bible School, 10 Morning 11 ; '- ; rr a ,
Convention and presided at Fisher, R.N., Director of the a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.. Training Union, 6pm.; a.m.; Evening Worship Worship, 7p.m. attend. ,+ .I
the Monday Luncheon Center for Life organization at a.m. ; Children's Choir WEDNESDAY: : MidWeekPrayer a.m..;

Session. !Mrs Samons also St. Vincent's Medical Center, Practice, 6:15: p.m.; Training Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday: Family Harding Completes
headed the Share Shop spoke on the importance of a Recruit Training
Union, 7 p.m. ; Evening Training Hour, 7:30: p.m. :
meeting held on Tuesday and strong family unit and preservation Worship, 8pm.WEDNESDAY. -- -
Friday: Prayer Meeting,
of all life.
gave the Deanery Report ; : Sunday
Proceeding the Convention Guest speaker at the closing School Workers Meeting, 7 FIRSTCIIRISTIANCHURCH : p.m. Navy Seaman Efdrldge
JT Concelebrated Latin Mass p.m.; Bible Study and Prayer, Si0 Harding, whose wife Jeannie
banquet was Archbishop
Jim Love, Minister is the daughter of Mr. and
hold St.attht'ws'
Has on Sunday at 7:30 Adult Choir
Church with Edward Miami who A McCarthy talked of the of Practice p.m., 8:15:; p.m. PINE GROVEMETHODIST Mrs. Clarence Covington of ...._'H t.--- ....."" ....,,.".,- ---
I Ifistor. Msgr! Daniel Ilegarty( importance of women in the "A Church Where Every- SUNDAY: Sunday School,. CHURCH Starke, has completed recruit F'I ItST\PTIST CHURCHASITMIOKKDINKAKI.Y
service, Rev. Ben L.Coleman at the Naval Training : !I'MMI'8!'
training :
Mass welcoming/ reception 10:45: a.m.; youth group, 6 Center, Orlando.
church SAC worship, 7 SUNDAY: Sunday School, During the eight-week Readies For Centennial
v as held in the parish Also attending the Convention p m. ; evening Church !
uditoi mm from St. Edward's LAKE BAPTIST p.m.; Choir practice, 8pm.WEDNESDAY 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, training cycle, Harding

J Bishop Paul Tanner conilebnited were: Mrs. Victor Ashline, Paige Bowman, Pastor ; : Bible 11 a.m.; Evening Services, studied general military sub- Celebration May 15
( :Mass on :MondayI Mrs. Ogden Bates, Mrs. SUNDAY: 10 a.m. Sunday Study 8pmSMYRNA 7:30: p.m. jects designed to prepare
I receeding/ the opening/ of the Richard Coss, Mrs Josephine School; 11 a.m. Morning SCS THURSDAY : Prayer them for further academicand

(: onVI'ntlon at I ho maculate Cumber. Mrs. Lester Hum- Worship (Special Recognition : *\\ TIS1 CIIURCII Meeting, 7:30: p.m. on-the-job training in one The First Baptist: Church In later years a three story?
(. (inception C'hurch along with pries, Mrs Francis Meng, Of Our Mother's Today); 6:30: Elder T.C.Williams CSCFIRST of the Navy's 85 basic. occupational of Starke will have a special addition with a connecting
Qeanrry Moderators! and Mrs. Richard Richards, Mrs. p.m. Church Training; 7:30: "On'the search for a METHODIST I fields. Centennial HomecomingMay hall was way constructed to
Included in their studies
garish pri"\(! Bobbie Shaller and Mrs p.m. Observance of The friendly church"Welcome CHURCH close order IS, 1977 to celebrate Its join the educational
Msgr James lleslin. Lord's Supper. were seamanship, building.
1lX't'san :Moderator, concele- Henry Stefanelli. WEDNESDAY: 7:30: p.m. to Smyrna Sunday: Church School for drill, Naval history and first. 100th The year theme is an old The first pastors and theirfamilies

assees.SL. ,-eeec Mid-Week Bible Study. all ages, 9:45: a.m.; Morning aid.A fashioned day. Everyone is lived in a small
of Bethune-
-Ce SUNDVYs: Sunday School, Worship (Nursery provided) 1975 graduate invited to where old style frame building of unknown

[ :Mark's Episcopal: church FIRST B.11'TISTCIIL'ItCll 1'lltSTS.Jo1UI.Y: OF 10 a.m., Worship Service, 11 11 am.; MYF Snack Supper Cookman Beach, with College a bachelor, Daytona of arts clothing and enjoy dinner on origin that was located on
Weekly Schedule Rev lien Bryant GOD a.m., B.T.S., 5:45 p.m., (Janet Turner and Laurie the the grounds. Sunday School the church property. In 1905a
I degree, Harding joined
Sl'MY: 11:30: am. Holy\ SUNDAY: : 9ot3: a.m., "The l Happy Church Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Mullins) 6 pm.; MYF in 1977. will begin at 9:45: a.m., the pastorium was purchasedon
Cuchurtst., 9:45: a m. Church Sunday School 11 a.m., llwy. KintUflilonM. All visitors are warmly meetings and recreation, 6:30: Navy February worship service at 10:45: a.m. N Walnut St. A new two
School llam. Morning Mormrig Worship Lord's Starke welcomed. We preach the p.m.Tuesday and dinner on the grounds at story brick home replacedthe
'rayer Supper; Church Training; Sl.'iD.Sunday: School, death burial and resurrectionof : Bible Study Class - 12:30: pm. All friends and wooden structure in 1956.
: TIESI: \\": 11)) a 111. Women 7'3U:: pm. EveningVorship. 10am.; Morning Worship, 11 the Lord Jesus Christ. meeting place to be an- CALVARY BAI'TISTCIIURCII former members are invitedto An additional room, carport
)If the (hun'h :Meeting, 7 pm. :MOM\Y: 7pm., Youth a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 Come join us on the Lord's nounced, 10 a.m.Wednesday attend. and workshop have been
ur al1Sr\ Choirs Practice Choir Day. : Chancel Choir Jim Black, Pastor After the completion of the added.
CS C TlIESUScheduled mWEDNESDAY: : : : Youth --- Rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. first building in 1884, many In 1957 a group of First
Group Activities. meeting p.m.; Bible Study, SUNDAY' : Sunday School. changes were made to the Baptist people organized the
.\iRpitKKprisrRev. IIl'Ut'1I \\EU'iESD6:15: : and 7pm PINE LEVEL BAPTIST ,-------- 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, structure because of the Madison Street Baptist
I. (. II.H. Brooks! 6:45: p.m., Regular Wednesday Pastor Robert Harden REV. ROMAN ALVAREZ II a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 increases in membership. Church. They met in the
Night Activities. Welcome one and all! SUNDAY: Sunday School, ObituaryCharles p.m. Minor changes were made Starke Elementary School
Oi age StreetSt'1)11' 10 a.m.; Worship service, 11 from time to time as needed Cafetorium until land on
Sl'hoolw See -e-- a.m.; Choir Practice, 5:30: -- In the winter of 1911-12 the Madison Street was purchased
: Sunday p.m.; Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.; P.Sapp church building was com and an auditoriumand
a m \\ ..rship Service II UNITED PK.NTKCOsrAL:: : Jo'mST I'HES'TEIUS Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Charles P. Sapp, Sr., 46, of pletely remodeled to add educational building
am. !enmK:: \\urship, 7pm. UIURCII UIUU1I WEDNESDAY: Teachers Lawtey died Thursday April ALLEN ('lI.\PEL classrooms and an assemblyhall were constructed.The .
1l I:: ):sESD.1V: : Prayer llev.O.I.ells. Dr.Jack Hand minister Meeting, 7 p.m.; Mid-Week 28, following an apparent A.M.1CIIl.'UCIl' on the east side. Morgan Road Missionwas
Service 7 p m 204 N, Water 7:30 Choir heart attack.A "The Friendly Church" June organized in 1967. Land
Service, : pm; In 1939, an urgent
,. .. C. ., ....... School lifetime resident of 71'!) Pine St.,Starke
''-" "" Vi> } ; .1'YL .Y "" '-"' sl'MSunday: Practice, 830: p.m.TIiUltSDA need for additional space was purchased on Morgan
V 4 r j Ci 9::.10 a m.. Morning Worship, Y: Visitation, Lawtey, Mr. Sapp was born Rev. R.G. lleaslie, Pastor! brought about a new Rd. between US-301 and SR-

i llam I 7:15 September 13, 1930. His financial This where an auditorium and
1: fift t tG 1 1r : p.m. l.'SU.Sunday' School program. 16
r'r r Cr I'll ll'HSD.Choir' : SATURDAY : Bus parents were the late John resulted in a rectangular educational building was!
ituLlll rw.ft practice, 7',io( pm. visitation, 9 a.m. Sapp and.Bessiel Rosier He 9:30: a.m., \Morning Worship, 5, building on the west side to erected. In 1972 the mission I.
veteran of the 1 llam.: Evening Worship
was an atmy church
love house a kitchen recreationhall was organized as a
Korean War foreman p.m., first Sunday only:
carpenter and six more and joined the New River
Some spider webs if straightened out would span 300 or for the Wood-Hopkins least 7:30: p.m. Friday before classrooms. This became the Association. Rev. Bob

more miles.lw' //Jj: Contracting Company and a first Sunday CCCC Junior Department of Cooper, the mission pastor
member of the Evergreen Sunday School has continued in that
Baptist Church. BAPTIST A dilapidated wooden position.The .
Survivors include: his School. house moved from the staff of the First
- - widow, Wanda Lee Sapp; two Sl''iU.Sunday: pastonum lot in 1945 was Baptist has grown. In 1964
r sons, Charles P. (Pat) Sapp, 10 a.m., Morning Worship and remodeled to house the Jams, Jr. as
O.L. came
: ,) J 4 ,'v : ... CENTER! Jr. of Starke, and John Sapp of Services for the Deaf, II a.m., nursery. Two barracks were Minister of Music and
Training Union, 6:30: pm.
.two daughters, Mrs.
IPANELING Lawtey; moved from Camp Blanding Education. William George
Evening Worship 7:30: p m.
M .of. ... Joy Lynn White of \\1-U rSUlIdweek: and converted for use by the served from 1966 until 1975.
a Miss., and
Pascagoula Service and Bible Primary and Junior At that time Travis T
4'x8' I Sherry Sapp of Lawtey; four Prayer Departments These three Kimbril took the position of
Study. 7:30: p.m.. Choir
brothers, Joe D. Sapp, George
buildings were used by the of Education
I !Minister
I .
SCALLOPS Practice, 8:13: p.m.UNITED
SHEETS' ', Sapp, and James S. Sapp all of expanding membership until leaving Mr. George as
Law lev and William Saoo of 1949. At that time they were Minister of Music.
Gervais, Oregon; four sisters,
,' JUrs..Jamie Clubb of Delta, -a a--- removed of so that construction -
I 7$2.99'lB. I I a new building -------
1 : PtSTE'uST\L
59c t( Colo., Mrs:Mildred Petzel of could begin.Beginning.
Gervais, Oregon Mrs Sharon in September CARD OF THANKSWe
Eiland of Lawtey, and Mrs. ;201! $ Water StreetKDNESDAY
the finance
1944. committee
i Pat Hamilton of Gainesville, wish to express our deep
$12.000 for the
I I and three grandchildren. \\' : : Bible construction appreciation for all the
Funeral services were held study, 7:30: p m. of an entirely new prayers, kind words of love.
SHRIMP SHRIMP Saturday in the DeWitt C. nuu.Young people's building. In 1948 a building 1 food and beautiful flowers

Jones Funeral Home Chapel service; 7:30:: pm. committee was appointedand during the I loss of our dad and
$ with Rev. Lester Austin of Sl''iD.Sund"v: School. the members were III. husband. Also the Sheriff's
See Us For Your Kitchen1 Brow nice chairman
as L.A
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ficiating. Burial was in Evergreen 10 a \\orshipServices, II Department for the conducting
Cabinet Needs HI Cemetery in Raiford. a m. and 7:10::)( p m.RA131CLINIC. Canova and S E. Sparks. The of the funeral
shaped educational procession.. May God's richest
building was built in flee blessings always be with each
CO.I I months. The church voted to
TOMATOES continue the building -The Family of

I program and built Un Andrew J. Dobson.Sr
.-'. _If' 140 S Thompson Starke TI( 964-5711 church auditorium. A 5-5 It pel
C 'r.1 ),. - ...... dedication service was held
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Church Activities TUUDAY tpaghattl with meat We are pleased to report LAWTEYBy Mack Sweat of Raiford. a recital on Sunday afternoonat Tallahassee, arrived on '
chMH, '....d ....od. peachee, trench that J.R. DeVore Is still ableto Mr. and Mrs. Truman Trinity Academy.The Sunday afternoon for a visit
Church of God- Sunday bread WEDNESDAY milk. Turkey wild rice be at home with his family. Elizabeth Terry Norman and Mrs. L.H Executive Board with Miss Terry.
School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser cranberry. aauct.green lima beant. ,fruit Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof Phone 782-3300 Harper of Starke were Friday members of the Chamber of Sincere sympathy of the..f
vices 11 am. and 7 p.m.; cup bitcuiti, peanut' butter, milk. Worthington Springs were dinner guests of their parents Commerce of Starke were In- community Is extended to the >
Prayer Meeting Wednesday matlwd THURSDAY,.,...Moat.Muf....with.., paanutraliln gravy, Wednesday dinner guests of guests of their parents, Mr. to her home in Auburndale on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. vited to the home of Col. and family of Mrs. Daisy Padgett, >
po graan
7:30: pm; YPE Friday at7:30: lautlla, rolla buffer, milk. their sister Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. George D. Kelly and Wednesday. Other guests were Mr and Mrs. William Wilson for who passed away on Thurs-/.
p.m. FRIDAY Splcad ham and cheeseundwlcn Crews. family Other guests were Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Me- Mrs. Lonnie Teston. cocktails and dinner. There day. I
Evergreen Baptist potato. chips, buttered corn Mrs. Edna Cason and Mrs. Jerry Pionesa of Jacksonville Clellan Daren and Paul of Sincere sympathy of the were 35 guests present on Col and Mrs. Kenneth,,
Sunday School 10 a.m. ; pears milk.I.awtey Dolan Dobbs of Jacksonvillewere and his fiance, Miss Evelyn Vidalia, Ga., spent the community is extended to Saturday night. Grins of Satelite Beach were<:
Worship Services 11 a.m.,and Tuesday dinner guests of Granger of Interlachen. weekend with their parents Mrs. Charles Sapp and family Mrs. Pierce Crews and\: her Sunday overnight guests of I
7 p.m.; T.U. 6 p.m.; Prayer Dixie Youth Baseball Mrs. Cason's brother and Mrs. A.F.Atwood drove her Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan of because of the death of her sister Mrs. Charles D. Col. and Mrs. William Wilson.
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Onie Thornton, Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. husband, Charles Sapp who Sellers, were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Sumter D.,, f
Faith Baptist Radio Tuesday May 10, 5:45: p.m. Arlie Dobbs. Other guests passed away on Thursday. guests of their sister, Mrs. Harley had a surprise visit,;, I
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. at Lawtey Lawtey B vs were their brother, O.D. Ronnie McClellan and his Waldo Pringle of Worthington from their son Dean, who is in,
Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.; Pirates. Dobbs of Lake Butler, and Starke Elementary NewsThe dad, Les McClellan visited Springs. Savannah Ga., on business i. I
Worship Services 11 a.m and Wednesday May 11, 5:45: their son, Casey Dobbs of Ronnie's uncle J.R. DeVore, Mrs Joyce Futch of He arrived Saturday night and.> j
7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting p.m. at Starke Angels vs Jacksonville, for dinner on Starke ElementaryPTO Starke Elementary in 1976-77. on Sunday morning Blackshear, Ga. called on her left Sunday night. He saw lots II; I
Wednesday at 7:30: pm. Lawtey G.Thursday. Saturday.Mr. met Tuesday April 26, to CTBS test results are in and Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. sister Miss Elizabeth Terry of friends and relatives while., ,I
Grace United Methodist- May 12,5:45: p.m. and Mrs. Tommy elect officers for 1977.78 and all parents are encouraged to Roberts of Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon. Their here at church. He also saw"I
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; at Lawtey Braves vs Godwin of Gainesville visited spring music was presentedby come to school for a con- visited their sister, Mrs. John sister Mrs. J.P. Wyrick of Mrs. Elva Reddish _.
Worship Services 11 a.m and Lawtey G.Friday their brother-in-law and children in kindergartenand ference with your child's Tye, Sr., on Saturday af
7 p.m.; Choir practice 7 p.m; May 13, 5:45: p.m. at sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold[ grades 2.4 and 6 under the teacher to discuss the test ternoon.Mr. i
MYF 7:45: Wednesday night. Starke Lawtey B vs Giants. Eunice, on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. direction) of Mrs. Deborah scores and receive a copy of and Mrs. Gene Taylor St. Mark's Day SchoolFall ,
Mrs. Robert Lee took Miss Edward Griffls was Woodfin. the scores. and family Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Leonette Dyal Miss Susie Personals hostess for a family get-to- New officers elected were: P.E. Students of the week Norman and family, Mrs. Enrollment Open For
Muse and Miss Kathy Watersto gether and birthday anni- president Jim Hester; are: grade 3 Devin Carlson; Darlene Norman and sons,
the Career Fair at First Miss Elizabeth Terry was a versary party on Wednesday president-elect. Sheila Pugh; grade 4, Kim Sapp; grade 5, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman KINDERGARTENSmall
United Methodist Church of guest of her nephew and niece afternoon honoring her vice-president, Lysle Julie Wise; and grade 6, Mrs. Padgett, Mr and
Gainesville on Sunday afternoon Mr.and Mrs. Terry Futch andfamily mother, Mrs. Cecil Hardee, at Williams; treasurer, Carolyn Francine Long Mrs.Marcus Griffis and girls Class Certified Teacher
The Career Fair was of Jacksonville Beach the home of Mrs. Hardee. Mr. Carver; secretary, Fatha Starke Elementary Title I Miss Nora Starling and Mr.
sponsored by the Gainesville from Monday to Friday.Mr. and Mrs. Griffis and family DeSue; membership chair- Reading students, grades 1st- and Mrs James Padgett of Individualized Instruction
District of the United and Mrs. Lonnie Teston gave her a fern plant with man, Linda Alday, and assi- 3rd spent the day at St. Jacksonville, gathered at the
Methodist Church for young spent last weekend with their macrame hanger. She also received stant membership chairman Augustine on Wednesday, home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reading and Math Readiness
people in the 9th through 12th mother, !Mrs. ti.A. Melton lingerie and another Linda Bowen. April 27. Wilkerson Sunday to celebrate Music Art Dra lng. Science, Field Trips
grades. and brother, Lloyd Harris of plant. They served supper President Hester reminded The children toured the Mrs. Wilkerson's birthday
Highland BaptUt Sunday Ocoee who was quite ill. followed by birthday cake andice everyone of the Starke Chamber of Commerce anniversary. Optional Day Care Program May Be
School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser While there they visited their cream. Elementary Fun Day comingup (Information Center) where Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee
vices 11 a.m. .; brother-in-law and sister, Mr Mrs. Charles D Sellers of Saturday,May 21,from 1 to they viewed a historical filmof Massey and family of Raiford Combined With Kindergarten
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at and Mrs. C.H. Brown and Auburndale spent the 4 p.m. on the school grounds. the city. Afterwards they have purchased the Thomas
7-30: p.m. family of Pine Hills, near weekend with her sister, Mrs. There will be a planning toured the Castillo de San Lindsay home (formerly Kindergarten 9:30: A.M. 2:30: P.M.
Laura Baptist Sunday Orlando. Pierce Crews. meeting for all workers May Marcos (The Old Fort). Sellie Norton home) and planto
School 10 a.m.; Worship Services Friends of Mrs. O.J. Phillips Henry lodges I and children 9,7:30: p.m. in the school cafe- They learned how the move in soon. Mr. and Mrs. Day Care 7:30: 5:30: P.M.
11 a.m. : .; regret to learn that she is a attended the Stock Car Racesat teria. Spanish soldiers protected the Lindsay are moving to Pen-
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at patient in Bradford County Lake City on Saturday sacola
Principal,Dewey McKinney people of the city. The Register Now Ca1l964-6126
7:30: p.m. Hospital. Our prayers are night. thanked the PTO and Starke children marveled as they Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mr.
Northside Baptist- with her. Mr. and Mrs. John Tye and Elementary School for the listened to the guide tell them and Mrs. Jack Harris of State
Sunday School 10 a.m.; Worship Mr and Mrs. Pete Jenkinsof family are spending some excellent cooperation and how the cannons were fired. Farm and her mother Mrs. Kindergarten Starts August 29, 1977
Services 11 a.m. and 7 Jacksonville visited their time with their mother, Mrs. support which he received this Ruber Rickerson of Lake
p.m.; Prayer Meeting grandmother, Mrs. O.J. John Tye Sr. term. The PTO presented Mr. The children then toured Butler enjoyed a fish fry at
Wednesday 7 p.m. Anders on Saturday af !Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly, McKinney with a cast- parts of the restoration areas Mrs. Richerson's home with *Ask About Our Summer Enrichment Program '
St. John's Missionary ternoon.Mr. and Donnie Kelly of Jackson aluminum charcoal grill in where 18th century shops and other friends on Friday night. .
Mrs. Leon Luther houses located. For 2.9 Year Olds Beginning June 13 1977
Baptist ChurchSunday ville were Saturdav dinner appreciation for his service at Miss Christina Dobbs was in
School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser- and daughter of Starke were
vices llam. and 3 p.m. on Sunday dinner guests of Mr. PANTRY PR5DE WANTS YOU TO FEEL GOOD
second and fourth Sundays; and Mrs. Tommy Barnes and
Prayer Band Mondays at family.
noon. Miss Lynn Whaley of Starkewas
Smyrna Missionary a Sunday dinner guest of Cucumbers Bell
Peppers or
Baptist- Sunday School 10 her grandmother, Nellie FOOD
Wilkinson, and aunt. Daisy
a.m.; Worship Services 11 .
a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: Boch.
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Charley
nesday at 7 p.m.School !Mosley and family of C
Highland were Sunday dinner CORNFRESH
News guests of their parents Mr. FAIR
and !Mrs Lonnie Teston.
Mrs Sexton's Mrs Mr and Mrs. Kendal I.
Tatum's and Mrs. Tougaw's2nd Mobley are the proud parentsof .........
and 3rd grade students a son, Kindle Bryan born
visited historical St. Friday April 29 in Shands SUPERMARKETS
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Augustine on Monday. The Hospital, Gainesville. Grandparents 24< OFFCLOROX 2O* OFF e
students enjoyed visiting the are Mr. and Mrs. Clip The Valuable ,g. 3 S.

Fort and. other places of interest Franklin!Mrs Vernon Camp Mobley and ,Mr.both and of Coupons in this I GALLON I I ANY SIZE 1 y(

ball The faculty-student was held on Friday volley- Starke.Mr and !Mrs. Jim Cham- Ad & Save Up To... i
April 29 The best three out of berlin and Mr. and Mrs. Bill BLEACH 59r i I
five game set was won the Chamberlin went on a fishing $ :
teachers. The students will get trip Sunday to Rodmans Dam 2 0 5 5II" INs !' """"I" T U"., HAT t. TKKU MO.. H.Y 11. It" LIMIT' 01 UICN CIUTI N11N' TNII COUPON TNWI.. /u+ S TNIO HI...HAT II to" L"-" 1 01 'ACH CfOTS >4
another opportunity to near Keystone Heights. L-----------------------J L 011 GO WON .I1H N II SO DO 0000qp aqt T041Cf0 .OUtTO IYGWga. !i
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challenge the teachers In soft- Tommy Barnes son of Mr. \ 'I 1
ball later this month. and Mrs. T.L. Barnes, and >
Parents are reminded that Windy Austin,daughter of Mr. '
will and Mrs. Wilbur Austin, were ,I 'ri
begin Monday. May 9 and baptised on Sunday afternoonat or or or MIX or or
will continue through Friday Mr and Mrs. VaughnPrescott's DOLLAR SALE DOLLAR SALE DOLLAR SAIESTOKELY DOLLAR SALE DOLLAR SALE
May 13. A birth certificate for landing at Kingsley
the child is needed l at the timeof Lake, andwill be received into CASTLEBERRY s PFEIFFER $ S LIBBY FRUIT a NECTAR I
registration. A physicalexam Highland Baptist Church. HOT DOG SALAD V DEEP BROWN W [FRUIT COCKTAIL ;

and the required immunizations Mr and Mrs. Roger Padgettand CHILI 4 1 DRESSINGS 1 CATSUP Q14oi \\1 BEANS I PEACHES 3'' I S
will be needed family of Jacksonville '05.. CAN FRENCH ITALIAN.Sol CHEF BOTTLE STVLK 3' BOTTLE Q'SiFOAM \J "'t.o. CAN- 4- t.o. CAN :!II III
before classes begin in visited Mr. and Mrs Franklin
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II Scott Mark and by Dolores Meng brother-in-law, David Gray, In Slade when they were Installed -. Washington D.C. expressingtheir
Meetings Curtis Davis Thursday May 5, at the 468-1913 members to displeasure of the
Timmy Jones Barry and Friendship Bible Church in Phone Jacksonville on April 28. as charter Middle School clubbing to death of some
Hampton Senior Citizensare Monty Moore and Fred Keystone Heights. This subject "Spies Lies and Be her grandson John Fitzpatrick the Bradford Mrs. Peggy 170,000 harp seal pups. Since
scheduled to meet on Phillips. They succeeded in organization for Senior trayal.! Mr. Mahoney is a 22 and returned home School News Beta Club. _by Congratulations the seal skins are used for
Friday May 6.7 p.m. in the raising $30.55 for their team Citizens meets the first and year veteran of the Air Force, Sunday evening. Stanwlx-Haye. fine students! rather frivolous purposes, the
City Hall. through the car wash and third Thursdays of each having served with the Green Craig Buhler and Brian The Hampton Elementary to these Hampton Ele- students felt they should take
Hampton Volunteer Fire donations from friends. Ted month. Berets. He will give information Green moved to Panama City PTA is scheduled to meet On April students 25 Joined the side of the conserva-
Department meets on Monday Curtis, Sr. and Hank loU are Beginning at 10 a.m. an on his experiences in Beach on May 1 for work in Monday May 9, 7:30: p.m. at mentary schoolsin tionists in protesting these
hi'' and Lawtey
May 9, 8 p.m. at the coaching the team.Birthdays. interdenominational informal Europe Laos and Viet Nam. that area. the school when election of officers Brooker the concert of the murders.The .
Firehouse. service will be held followed There will be no charge for Beware of snakes on the will take place. There attending School Band. sixth graders were
Hampton City Council holds by a free lunch at noon. Arts this speech. crawl! Jean Clark Chris and will be an added bonus at this Bradford High from songs pre- given the assignment to watch
their monthly meeting on and crafts projects are Among the Juniors from Eugene Meng each killed meeting with the production of Selections the contest were the May 1 TV program/ on the
Tuesday May 10, 7:30: p.m. in Joyce Kuykendall observedher planned after lunch. Trans- Hampton Christian Academy coral snakes during the past the musical "Mary Poppins"by pared for music National Disaster Survival
with popular
T the City Hall.! birthday on May 2. portation Is available for visiting the Tennessee Temple several weeks. On May 1 the 1st 2nd and 3rd grades. combined excellent con On Monday they held an
t. Mrs. Jo Benson has been to provide an Test.
Tammy Peeples celebratedher anyone needing this serviceby University in Chattanooga Gilbert Crosley killed a rattlesnake Two discussion
Little League seventh birthday on May calling 4732713. Everyone over the weekend were: Joe which ended up in Fran, working with Mrs.Jean Clark, cert enjoyed by all,ages.Cassie extended reactions lively in times on of
6. is invited to enjoy this Meng Chanda Simmons Meng's freezer, along with a Joyce Kuykendall and Mrs. local teenagers as- proper hazardous driving
The Hampton Little Leaguei Christian Caroline painted turtle with 19 hard Arleen Rich in directing this Riddick and Gene Joyner. tornadoes
t r. fellowship. Story and Joy this production fire hazards,
their Mr. and project. The teachers are sisted In making conditions
i: Baseball Team won Mrs. Wilfrid Williams. shell eggs brought to the
f< game with Melrose on April 26 Fontaine spent May 1 with Mr. Hampton Baptist Church house by Kevin's dog grateful to all parents who enjoyable. Dean CasselsIs floods and general emergency
I.IJ when the score ended up 18 to and Mrs. William Schaub of Hampton Lake Donations for the American have been most cooperative in to be commended pro- situations.
Crescent Cancer collected furnishing props and viding this enriching exper- Lunch Menu
1. City. The public is invited to Society are being
Members of the team who attend a lecture on May 17 at Mrs. Viola Lefebvre accompanied by Mrs. Frank and Pat costumes in assisting with this ience to so many people. Week of May 9-13
"i*!! assisted with the car wash Church Sews 7:30: p.m. in the Hampton Mrs. Roba Clark. This is a good cause program.The School
'0) held at the Firehouse on April Baptist Church to be given by Baldwin of Gainesville on and we hope they will be well school personnel wel- Hampton Elementary MONDAY"amburo.r on bun
30 were: James and Ted The Jolly 60's Club meets on K.D. Patrick Mahoney on the Friday to visit her son and received in their efforts. comed the following new stu- Shields' sixth /frvnch hill One. ,t milk., l teHuce, tomato' pickle,
dents who from Starke Mrs. Carole piacn
.1 r. and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown came
family Mr. Mrs. Eddie TUISDAYTurklY Sandwich
II Fitzpatrick in Tampa. While and family and Mr. and Mrs. recently: Lisa Rothjeb in the grade classes gather an potato chips pus A carrot, rant cup
1)( there they attended the First Eugene Meng attended the fourth grade Tern[ Rothjeb abundance of information coomt, milk.
and Smith in the sixth from their Junior Scholastic WEDNESDAVM.at SoUCI with
'J funeral of Mrs. Brown's Kenny
964-5757 964-6206 Holy Communion ceremony of ... ,
grade. magazines. Last week when ipaglwttl I. to d salad green beam
--I .V"VY... ..... MN__.....r-- the seals french bread applaiauco milk.
--- The school secretary Lucy reading about baby
ca. 'tl. :::::WI' .VHII slaughtered in New THU"SD"'YChlck.n and rice
Hodges, received a lovely being blackoytd peal carrot sticks cherry
'tI" arrangement of roses, baby's foundland Canada in March cobbler roll, milk.
ArcherTaulerFicrterajHvmeI1 Give A MotherHI II IIII\ = breath and greenery on April they were moved to write the mashed I'RIDAYHamburger potatoes turnip arsons steak, pear,
30 in observance of National Canadian Embassy in hall. biscuit milk.
301 South of Starke Secretaries Week. Lucy is a

r, | A Cake On Her Day .!II!l of school pleasant lunch acting necessity and also other as around collector school the Raise $4,630 For DeVoe Infant I Itians.

MONUMENTSDoyleM.Archer T r money receptionist cheerful A total of $4,630 has been Sponsored by the

((111 II ''ilGJI3 [;JD0'iljJ' ( GJOD[;J I and nurse imaginary to students ailments with real anda efforts collected to help from defray three the local cost REACT coffee Butler break and CB held local Club April cb'ers of Lake 23 in a

Archie M. Tanner source of general school of Denton DeVoe Jr.'s kidney
information the shopping center raised
I < treatment.A .
tX "Starke's Own Bakery" q Mrs. Carole Shields attended $698 and a benefit car wash
I L.F.D. L.F.D. the installation of her chicken dinner April 30 held Saturday April 30, at
HII 138 E. Call St. 964-5890 |lI|:l former students: Kim Buhler, sponsored by the "Friends of Harper's Gulf Service Station
"Within YourMeans Now, Peace of Mind, Always" *' Debbie Parmenter and Kelly DeVoe" raised$3,754 from the on US-301 raised$178 bringingthe
.;D .w.rie.iYieWe_ dinner and individual dona- total to $4.630.


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t Sad Sight On Easter Sunday +. ;:: : FORESTRYBy Chuck Weber II I


Gentlemen: fi .,;rl[ hurt. The mother was dazed to the pathetic Easter Sunday

I just returned home see all this. I own a trailer wreck that wiped out this
vacation in Florida. from a The woman's little boy and I know what it must meanto family's property and ruined iPEMft14P NEXT SEASON'S
through Starke on U.S.Passing about 12, was crying because see it all destroyed by what would have been a happy 4-) NURSERY OFFERINGS
six 301, his wallet had been in the someone who literally plungedinto pleasure trip. And we know ; As
about miles
south of the trailer and all the money he her.I whose fault it was.I Nurseries of the Division of threaten production as it did I
city, on Easter Sunday I saw had earned Forestry have announced last year.
an accident that broke my winter, was lost.by trapping They were all heard her crying, and Ican't asked her name, and told F l! ND ) their tentative list of species
heart. A woman, with four searching the forget it. If she receives her I had relatives in South and prices for the 1977-78 WIIERE DO OUR I
children, traveling in a lovely their belongings whereall anything from an insurance Jersey. She said her name v .planting season. TREESG01
camper trailer, was hit in the strewn. were company, it won't replace an was Ninette M. Antman of 303 People sometimes wonder I I
back by a young man, entire car and an entire Briarwood Drive, Wyckoff, f ArLF The list looks slightly dif what the Division of Forestry
speeding in a pick-up truck. The camper. Devaluation plus ferent from those of past :
car was a wreck, and N.J. does with all the trees that we ,
We stopped to see if we could their camper a total loss. It Inflation will see to that. : years. Pine prices have edged raise in our nurseries. I
helpbut what can a passer. was chained up and taken to a My reason for writing Is thatI If your newspaper can upward, but dogwood prices
by do' dump, no doubt. One girl was cannot erase from my mind check on this and start a fund, have dropped from $60 to $45 Many of the pines are grown
I shall be the first to send a per thousand. Chinese tallow- by contract for the paper .,
check. I will have my friendsin tree and high-gum-yield slash industry. And other large lots

.' .. '" .. your area tell me whetheror pine are not scheduled for are bought by individuals to
not you are doing this. sale, but tupelo gum has. been reforest their land.
: added to the list.
E.n'lTO'R/lILS: How many cars, plus a But a surprisingly large
trailer, are totaled on an Possibly the most welcome share of the pines, other

.. .. .. Easter Sunday? It was a very additions to the roster are conifers, and broadleaf trees
tragic sight- a completely improved-growth sand pine go to individuals for their own
G unnecessary accident that this (for dry areas only) and a use,and to.nursery growers to
woman was not responsiblefor. fusiform-rust-resistant strainof be put into containers and

Get Involved NOW If I can help her get back loblolly pine.. grown to larger size for sale.
what she left home with I
shall be a happier person. --- In the following list, pricesare Only 1-0" seedling are
L :., per thousand: grown and sold-that is, trees
I am a camper from grown for one year in their
Gas pumps and colonial mansions just ; Roanoke, Va. who knows the < : CONIFERS: N. Fla. Slash original seed beds, but never

, don't mix.That ..d',.- ,.i'.,. f I 1 love a person can have for the ( ; ) pine $10, N. Fla. Slash- transplanted.And .
, outdoors, a trailer, and the improved $12, S. Fla. Slash
that it brings pine $10, Sand pine $10, Sand we do not maintain
happiness '
is the message that zoning and others. L --/ '--:... '.".:,......,'..'..,....,,.,. ..,.::.;., pine-improved $12, Loblolly supplies of seedlings a tour
planning boards have been trying to get -Name withheldon -- ) ':',":;"':'':, :f' pine $10, Loblolly pine- county or district offices for
across for years sometimes not too request. : improved$14,Spruce pine $12, continuous sale in competitionwith
! successfully.But Longleaf pine $12, Southern private nurseries.One .
Editor's note: The redcedar$30, Arizona Cypress
w of
I goal our nurseries is
Telegraph has checked on the %a $30. Baldcypress $30
kL to grow needed tree -
! species
nothing illustrates the point more circumstances surroundingthis
especially native trees that
graphically than the above scene on accident. The driver of BROADLEAF: Dogwood
i T are hard to obtain for such
$45, Catalpa $30, Green ash
the pick-up truck was Kyle .
West Madison Street where
I through a Ellis, 24, of Jacksonville $30, Sweetgum $30, Sycamore reasons as scarcity of seed or
I fluke in zoning, a convenience store was charged by the Highway $30, Tupelo gum $30 Rose- difficulty of handling. When
: complete with gas pumps, is nearing Patrol with careless driving. wood (subtropical) $30, Red such species become readily

completion directly across from a stately Damage to the pick-up was Maple $30, Cottonwood available commercially, at
'I least in most of their ,
'I colonial home. estimated at $2,500 and to the County Agents By +/ (cuttings) $30. they are taken out range of
I auto-camper at $7,000. The }
1 production by our nurseries.
A few
more (or
is set for administrative
case BobbyTaylor .
I Though perfectly legal according to -. ", '1- hearing in the civil division of Notebook "hardwood") species may be
! added to the final list, which Few people have any idea of
which classifies
present city zoning, one the county court on Thursday, will be available the detailed planning and hard
t in
side of the street commercial and the May 12. = = Phone 964-6554 Orders cannot be accepted July.be- work that lie behind the j
other side residential-it is enough to Poor If anyone wishes to con fore July first. millions of seedlings that our

I make a city planner gnash his teeth in Planning1ad tribute to restoring the lossesof The annual Beef Cattle general Insecticide nurseries produce each year.
' purpose With help from the State'sDivision All of our nurseries welcome
frustration. this family. The Telegraph Short Course at the
pure Zoning Universityof applied at seven-day In-
of Plant Industriesand visitors-the
will be happy to receive the large pine-hard
Florida will be held Wed tervals. The dust
spray or .
the U.S. Forest Service wood ornamental
centers at
donation and forward to Mrs.
If have ever said or thought, nesday through Friday May should contain either controls have been Miami and Punta Gorda
you remain as they are as long as the presentuse Antman, or it may be mailed 46. The Short Course will be Malathion or diazinon plus new as
"What's the use of zoning and planning directly to her at the address established to help insure that well. One visit is worth a
is continued. But the city is mandated held at the Cecil M. Webb methoxychlor TDE, or Sevin.
-a man should be allowed to do by law to adopt a long-range planto given above. Livestock Pavilhon at the Apply the insecticide after a nursery disease will not thousand descriptions.

what he wants with his own property"if work toward in the years to come, and University and will cover rain or overhead irrigation.
CAR WASH AIDS factors affecting calf and
you have ever said this, we repeat- all phases of this plan (of which the mapis SPECIAL ED weaning performance.The crop. Some of these same insects

here is the answer. only one) must be completed and and diseases may attack other

adopted by July 1, 1979.If Dear Sir: program should be vegetables in your garden.
To show what disruption such haphazard I thought the public would beneficial to our cattlemen, These same pesticides used

I practices can cause in the lives of the city does not prepare and adoptits like to know how we did with calf especially operation.those A with concerted a cow according should give to adequate label directions control.
others-the owners of two homes one our car wash this past Satur
own plan then the State will take effort has been made to

I{ on either side of the jiffy store, have put lover, prepare the plan, and bill the city day for Special Education. provide the latest research :. ":::::;.(:::::-":
I their homes on the market for sale and for its services. Certainly it is preferableto The Donations and profits information and management
amounted to $55. These techniques available. This informal VETERANS AFFAIRSby
one who had built a new brick home on were
have a plan developed by "home
I deeply appreciated.Our teaching is carefully William Haas
I the west Madison site has already folks" rather that one dreamed up by mixed with an opportunity to Veterans Service I
started construction of another new some Tallahassee bureaucracy. deep appreciation goesto visit with other producers Officer

j home on SR-230 East to move into. Station Mr. Carl and Mr.Hurst and at Shell Mrs. university businessmen personnel and in ::fi. .:.:::.'%=='::; ::::fimX .'
I Citizen input into the plan is requiredby Crawford at Fina Station for engaged I
marketing our products. Service Office'Will
The Veterans
\ .. The owners of the colonial home law,"and desired by the committee. allowing us to use their facilities Be Closed 16th and

across,the street estimate that the con- When finally adopted it should be thepeople's free of charge.I Today's (Thursday, May 5))) 18th May

venience store has depreciated their plan-for they are the ones who wish to thank Miss Crosbyfor program will cover breed and ii1 ,
effects on calf A in GI Bill L I
for residential management change payment
property greatly, use will have to live with it. coming from Gainesvilleto in the morning. effective June 1
production ,
and from it also. Tho students procedures ..
they are prevented selling help us, .
The afternoon session will 1977, will bring checks at the ----- - --
for commercial use by its present A detailed map of the plan was who participated with their include a panel on herd health end of the month rather thanat
residential zoning.To published in last Thursday's issue of The time and energy were Kelvin and parasite control and the beginning to 1,5 million Bradford County Farm Bureau members Tommy and
Cruger, Jessie Narsworthy, and LaTrelle Hamilton with Representative Frank \\illiams and
Telegraph and those who have not yet Tony Richman, Freda Fay diseases speakers and on reproductive problems at veterans servicemembers, dependents enrolled in wife, Debra. at the multi-county legislative reception In
further complicate matters, the McDougald Sandy '
studied it carefully should certainly do parturition. Veterans Administration Tallahassee.
committee now working on a comprehensive so before tonight's meeting. Then. Blankenship. Shirly Johnson, education programs. These

land use plan for the city had don't leave it up to your neighbor to Bowen Roosevelt.George Kisby Griffin, Frances and Thursday evening will be and other changes are explained Farm Bureau Leaders
designated the entire length of W. devoted to Breed Associationand in a "stuffer" to be
appear at the hearing and voice his Fred Baker.
other agricultural group sent with April and May
Madison Street from the intersectionwith
be there and voice
Broadway to the city limits as residential your opinions own.Freedom. yourself Don't on the forget corner our by RummageSale Badcock meetings. checks. Plug Ag LegislationTwo

with the exception of the Store this Saturday, May 7. Friday's program will cover Another June 1 change, I

Madison Street Baptist Church property of speech is still in the Hopefully we will have cattle nutrition. Speakers will brought about by law, agricultural leaders Legislators present In- I
(institutional) and the site of a long- another profitable day and be discuss nutritional needs of modified an arrangementwhich from Bradford County Farm
American Bill of Rights, and NOW is the in the cluded: Frank Williams and
the cow for maximum production. past Bureau were in Tallahassee
able to make our trip to
established jiffy store at the intersectionof time to speak BEFORE the plan is Disney World June 3. Limitations of Florida automatically gave trainees a April 28 and 29 to meet with wife, Debra.

Broadway and Madison. adopted not afterwards. forages for meeting the nutritional two-month money advance at state legislators about issues Bill Hunter, Florida FarmBureau's
Ruby Hersey needs of the cow, the start of school. important to agriculture Communications

These are just a few of the problemsthat energy and protein supple of the Director and coordinator of
ments and minerals. A panelof Ending prepayment According to county
can develop when little or no cattlemen will also tell system will have the most legislative chairman Tommy the legislative receptions said

thought is given to planning the future Y'all Com, {Jfttn'l Yon ? Drugs : ,about their feeding and noticeable effect on veteran- Hamilton, the group talked "Our members are not

and illogical zoning such as residentialon I i grazing programs to meet students continuously enrolled with legislators about coming up here as paid lobbyists I''
one side of the street and commercialon /t's Your ChoiceA their herd's nutritional needs. this summer. They will taxation, the select committeeon but are taking time off
receive their last VA check farm labor's from their farming operations
the other is allowed to exist. A sizeable sum was raised at the car proposals ,i
community drug programwill The afternoon program will under the prepayment systemon crew leader registration to get their views across about
wash staged last weekend to raise funds May 1,covering enrollmentfor imported beef and municipal
be feature
presented on May 6, water quality considerations the needs of agriculture We
This is the reason that every civic- for a trip to Disney World for a class of 1977 at 7:30: p.m. in Theressaat management of May. taxing districts. think that by speaking sin-

minded citizen who wishes to protecthis "Special Education" students. For this the old Hope Church. range land and improved The next check, covering Bradford County Farm cerely and sensibly our

property from depreciation such as the teachers and parents of these This will be 'forages for pasture, hay and June enrollment, will be Bureau members present at representatives and senators
the three homeowners referred to aboveare youngsters are grateful to the public. sponsored program by the Theressa 4-H silage. The final speaker will issued July 1. Subsequent VA the multi-county legislative will listen and be responsive to
suggest putting together a will follow each additional the people that teed
experiencing, should become involved Club and the Bradford County total ranch management checks month of enrollment.A reception were Tommy and nation" our 1

in the adoption of the land use The two Special Education teachers Sheriff's Department. program.All student whose enrollmentends LaTrelle Hamilton.

plan for their own protection, if nothingelse. give freely of their time and energy to Learn the facts behind this is to that the 26th in June will receive the

help these children prepare for gradu- drugs and its possible traffic Annual Short Course say looks like payment for June on July 1. UF Glee Club Concert

ation and to make a useful life for them- into your community. Become one of the best ever. I think it The modified advance pay- j jI

Tonight is the night for that involve- selves. But the children need more than aware of where drugs come will be well worth your time to ment procedure permits 'II I
the of to
from danger drugs
ment to begin. The first hearing on the that. Some do not have the proper food you. ,how one becomes addicted take in every involved session possibleif in the advance payment at the Termed 'Shoiv Stopper' t
,shelter and for bit of you are beginning of a school term for
city's comprehensive land use plan will clothing, or as a to drugs and the cost cattle business. Call me if you

be held at 7 p.m. Thursday May 5, in the fun. like a trip to Disney World-that. is factors a drug addict faces in have questions or need In- the month first, plus month the or following

County Commission room of the new entirely out of the question. meeting his physiologicalneed. formation about the short month only if the student "A show stopper," says Bill Music. Hello Dolly, The Music 1

courthouse. A second hearing will be course. makes a written request and McRae, Bradford High and Man, Fiddler on the Roof, and

held at the same time and place on This Saturday another event a Bring your own questionsand This is the time of year the school agrees to processthe about Middle the school combined choral director many others. '''I I

Thursday May 19. Rummage Sale, will be staged for bene- have them Sheriff when I get numerous calls advance payment. be presented in concert the BHS to Director of the choral ;

fit of this pleasure trip and we hope it the featured speakers and from gardeners about auditorium, Saturday May 7, groups is Dr. John Grigsby, 1
Reddish in the
The City Planning Committee has meets with the same warm response Don Dolph Denton of Bradford Deputy problems and pests on their Jimmy AlvarezOutstanding at 8 p,m. by the University of associate Department professor of Music at the 1 I

spent many hours of volunteer time in a from the public that the car wash was County. common vegetables.problems One of is the wilt most on Young Women's Florida Men's Chorale."It Glee. Club and University of Florida. J

conscientious effort to come up with the given. tomatoes. Unfortunately, this
A similar program will "It will be great family i
best possible land use plan for every If have unneeded articles held at the Brooker Elementary problem cannot be corrected Man of '77 has the potential to be entertainment, certainly it
area of the city. It should be borne in you any School on May 12 at after it has attacked the the best" show ever staged will be an evening not to miss
around the house that would like to here said McRae. "It is just
you tomato plant, and I hate to tell "
mind that this is a long-range plan-a 7:30: p.m.These Jimmy Alvarez, Bradford fortunate that if you enjoy music, said
we are
get ride of. call 964.7424 for pickup ser the gardener that there is very McRae.
guide to future growth- and not some- County property appraiserhas able to get them here becausethe
vice, or bring them to the sale when you programs are open to nothing he can do for affected been named an "Out-
thing that will affect property owners all without regard to race, plants. Man of Florida groups have per- Also McRae said the
standing Young
formed to sellout audiences
immediately. In fact all present uses of color or national origin.f7. wilt America for 1977' by a boardof University of Florida .
The best way to prevent across the state, McRae Chamber Singers will perform 'I
property will be "grandfathered in" and And you will come won't you? (fusarium and bacterial) is toand advisors sponsored by the added. Funds from the con- at the BHS auditorium,

grow resistant varieties national Jaycee organizationand cert will go to the middle Friday, May 13,"8 p.m. with .p
or fumigate the soil before other service groups. school and high school choral the proceeds going toward the j
transplanting. Even then McRae The
The men, 21 programs says. choral program here.
young ages
some plants develop the choral department is
may spon
through 35, were chosen for
'CRi1Q4 disease. the UF here.
their voluntary service to the

atiliijiitp4 Other common problemsare community, professional The touring 'group of two II' 'I
insects, and diseases like leadership, academic separate choral ensembles '
r early and late blights, leaf achievement, business ,advancement provides an unusual and
spots and sometimes viruses. and civic -or :
o oti191e varied program. The com-
7Qwii Leaf and blights can be political participation. i
bined choral groups will
controlled with regular
a feature choreographed .
-,10" Publishers 'r
spray or dusting program Alvarez Is serving his first selections from Broadway \
Published, each Thursday and entered a w cond Oars Matter at the Post Office at btarKi. !:Ia. under using Zineb Maneb, Captanor term as Bradford property musicals' "Too Good To ;
Actcl7*March 3. 1879. : .' AM Moa RAPO copper. appraiser. In high school dayshe Forget." Featured numbers The smallest mammal it the ,j
'':.1. Subscription fate in trade area: *7 per year: Max months. 'T1>STATION 41t UMlTVP. VTATC9 eeOAPCATIM6" : THAN IN IN served as stat president of from the following musicals pygmy shrew, which i II only
-- -:.',:: .Outside, trade area: .8 per. year: M. .50 lix months. W ANV OTMttt r.uMTR'Al: e f Insects such as hornw rms" Future Farmers of America, will be presented: Kiss Me 1V4 inches long without its L '
(;'Phone 964-6306 Stark, Fla. 'UIUNI'I76T1" TRS 1I'Oi'' 5,2. isAU14oR.zIp fruitworms, aphids, stink. and also as a national vice- Kate,- Guys and Dolls tail, and weigh only OIM4ight n

T :A""M" 5TAT0M3.9SI lr"X52 FMI- I bugs,be loopers controlled, and cutwormscan with a president of this organization. Oklahoma The Sound of enth of an ounce. .!t\'


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Phone Margaret 431-1347 KiUer ECKE I RD'S L ( PRES RIPTION SERVICE. .at lowllowp !

written thoroughly This is this the enjoyed column first time and it I I have have r pro.criplbnprkMwith what,ou'n paying flow.

Please, if you have much any 1 ______
news I would very
:' appreciate you telling me.
Through this column our
shut-Ins and out of town
readers can keep up with
,."' some of the things happening
". The week of April 10 The 1-LB. BOX
':. First Baptist Church of RAIN SPRING
Raiford held several cottage
prayer meetings in the homes
Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey + See this lovely assortment
"' Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. REG., UNSCENTED OR EXTRA HOLD 8 8 CHOCOLATES necklaces ropes, earrings and

Drew April Sweat.17-24 the First Baptist 1 3 11b.Box of line bracelets)
Church of Raiford held arevival t'I & Confections. 88C
REG. 1.37 .
Reverend Terry 11 02. ChOCOlateSItriJJ'
Cranford, pastor of Brooker LIMIT TWO U REG. 15.99 100
Baptist Church, brought the 9 _. 2.50 .
message each night There 2
TABLE OR 'IJ. : 1 .44
were several people who REG. 2.00 ,
rendered special music. HANG ON WALL qj c..JV
Brother Cranford also had a } 2.44
special session with the little #RM-1 REG. SIDE IA. REG. 3.00

ones each night in which they ..',' ANDMAGNIFYING ,.'r 2.44
sang several songs. All of this MILK ., REG. 3.50
was truly a blessing. There ROSE 2 LB. BOX
were many visitors throughout 51 REG. 7.00 5.99
the week and we extend to CREAM12ounce .
SKIN -- -
them a warm welcome back to "T

worship be Vacation June with 13-17 Bible us.at School the First will bottle. Limit dispenser, 1 bottle. .. .' ,

Baptist Church in Raiford. Ina !: Mom 1 lie word&

details.I later.issue we will give full 99e Milk..Rw.-. : :

would like to a get .
well message to all the sick in _
our community, and wish '1 i Ji, 4. ) ,,1' '
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them a speedy recovery. ..., .,, .
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Our deepest sympathy to ..- < -- -* --",,-"h.co-...-....- -.--
Mrs. Katherine Ross and
family in the loss of her
Also,sympathy is extended to
the Linzy family in the loss of DRESSER
their loved one, Mr. Charles ANTIPERSPIRANT8oz.
; aL
The Brownies met last .size.Scented or Unscented. (. Save on this Complete Style Bottle Gentle An assortment of
Thursday afternoon, and are Price includes 25' Off Label. Limit 1 Kit Permanent. Limit 1 56 to hair your 9 9 lipstick holders
currently making a special 1 hand mirrors
something for their mothersas !: rlffw111 LIMIT TWO powder boxes
a gift for Mother's Day.I 89e 89 and many more.
would also like to print any 41Ni N EACH YOUR CHOICE
news that any other group _
may have. So, please contactme. _
remember the Firemans'
Benefit Dinner,May 8 at 12:30
p.m. to be held at the Raiford LIMIT
Community Center. The COVER GIRL 7-oz.Bottle. TWO
C All
proceeds will be used for pur types.
LIQUID 8 Proteinenriched.-
chasing equipment. This >
dinner is in with MAKEUPMedicated
conjunction -
< 41
the Enduro motorcycle race to u. .. Make-Up by LIMIT TWO
be held May 8 in Raiford. Bottle of 100 tablets. IN. ,, Noxzema. Assorted shades. rs. i ACE MATES
There will be a Head Start Limit 1 I v Y Limit 1 Bottle F
parent's meeting Tuesday, E .1j 1 PURSE
May 10, at 7:30: in the Com- s y '
munity Center in Raiford. All 119LISTER 109 I li KIT
parents are urged to attend.
Recently, the employees of MILK BATH 48 Includes Designer a Purse.
the Head Start traveled to I 2 Comb & Brush.
Jacksonville to Hope Haven 1 Full Quart Reg 4 50 -
Children's Hospital and at- PH balanced. I I

tended a workshop for handi- .. 59 Moisturizes*;.' 'dry. .
capped children. *skirt: ,
Smokey the Bear paid a MINT M Ix IN
visit to the Head Start ] NICE 'N EASY = I
children recently and the P0- ASSORTED
children from the Baker MOUTHWASH HAIR COLORINGShampoo
County Center came over and In hair color with, ) HAIRBRUSHES
they all enjoyed a film about 12-ounce Bottle.New flavored built-in, conditioners. Limit 1
the prevention' of forest fires. mouthwash. Price includes g
Thursday, April 28, the 12' Off Label Limit 1 Bottle,77C SHAVER Top quality ci "
children of Head Start took a 149SUMMER'S 8 8 Natural Boar
trip to Six Gun Territory. Mrs. Disposable. 2 bristles andhardwood "
Fannie Riggins, Mrs. Lavada Ladies' safety handles. 'ii, "
w. shaver. Adjust a Reg. 398 !
Poltull, and Mrs. Catherine 79
able razor
Wilson, employees of the
band. Limit 1 J
center, along with several of
the parents accompanied the
children on the trip. It was I
reported that the little ones c PLAYTEX
enjoyed the rides best of all.
On the way home they stoppedfor EVE HOUSEHOLD
a treat at Burger King. Q-TIPS TAMPAX GLOVES
Tuesday night, Poor Boy's 4V4-oz.Disposable douche. ,
Men Softball team of Raiford COTTON : Peg or Herbal TAMPONS Rubber,latex o
traveled to Lawtey to compete Bs'I' Box of 40.Regular 0 C lined. With
against the Poor Boy's team PacK of 400 double tipped,flexible LIMIT -139 or I 99 Free glove in
of Lawtey. The first game sticks Limit 1 pack 3 3C ONE Super. \\ each box.
', 1.59
ended in a score of 7-4,Raiford \i-y Limit 1 Box Reg.
Poor Boy's favor. Second
game final score was 14-10; 13cCOLGATE rffl.PJ
also in favor of Raiford. The
time limit ran out in the third 444POLAROID'S
game with the Lawtey Poor
Boy's ahead. Mr. David
Rogers is the coach for
Raiford Poor Boy's.
Thursday night, April 28,
the Poor Boy's girls softball
team went to Lawtey to MINUTE MAKER CAMERA
compete against the DuPont
Darlings. The game went into Takes 4'A"and
TOOTHPASTELarge big 3'' eco-
an extra inning with the 9 9 nomical 3'/"'xxx%" 60-second
DuPont Darlings winning by a 9oz.tube.With Fluoride. 19 super color pictures. Elec-
slight margin of one point, Price includes 18' Off Label. tronically controlled.
leaving the final score 1716. Limit 1 Tube99e Automatic exposure control.
Poor Boy's girls you are to be r Reg. 24.95

effort commended and good for sportsman-your fine !: I /l I llll/tlll// -_ _

ship.Mr.Don Holt is the coach
for the Poor Boy's girls team. SHARP
Sunday afternoon, Raiford TURBINE
Poor Boy's Men's softball 23 CHANNEL Fold-up legs.4-
team competed against the position positive 1 SPRINKLER
Merchants team of Lake grid adjustment. 1
Butler at Raiford's ball field. FROM DePreeBEACH
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Miss Ramona Sweat of or SWIM COMBO
Hahira Georgia spent the GRILL A GREAT SPRINKLER AT
weekend with her *E-1525 INCLUDES ALOWPRICEI2000)
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat.
Mr. Gary Mattox, service- 3'9 WITH PABASUNSCREENI 59' $99.99 FINS & SNORKEL.
man and son of Mrs. Juanita
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Memphis, Tennessee. 11.88 3 REG. 1.69
Mr. knd Mrs. Richard
Hunnicutt of Jacksonvillewere ...t. 5.99
weekend guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Hunnicutt
Little Melissa Addison and
Mendy Wilson reported to me

the that certificates they were sure they proud got at of ECKERD'S I TWICE THE PRINTS AND TWICE THE FILM

school Monday for parti-

cipating Olympics.Mrs. in the Junior FAMOUS i Get on extra set of prints with....ry roll of When you pick up your developed film and prints, buy

business. in Star ins Friday was on in PHOTO ', (color or Mock and. white film developed. and t 1 two rolls of Kodacolor or blade' .and. white film for the

Start connection program.Mr. with. the Head OFFER I*' printed. TODAY AND EVERYDAY. regular. price of one. TODAY AND EVERYDAY.

Edward Addison and

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, (MOTHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, MAY 8TH) 9ARLGAO TISSUE High Flagship School, a six piece rock I

. Box Of:rfud-2 ply. band made up of active duty
, >"' White or assorted colors. naval personnel, will be in !
REG. 66 Limit 2 concert at Bradford County S

2// : May High 10 School, at 1:15: next and 2:10 Tuesday: p.m., 1!
: 99C1 The band is a component of
: VIP PRO LADIES TIME BAND & FOR the Navy Band in Orlando and !
AAl'Jce: SLIGHT SUPPORT TEXAS INSTRUMENTPANTYF will be under the direction of .
Musician Second Class Bob
1250 WATTS L. E. D. DIGITALWATCHES I Leketa The band's music I i
includes past and present rock '
and soul hits from groups such
PRESTO as Santana, Stevie Wonder,
HOSE LiI STYLER DRYER Stylishly slim,fashionably feminine Elton John and KC and The ',

ventilated 83%Nylon 100 17%%SpandeJl with ..... 5 Perfect function timing capability, styling with, performance single button BURGERHAMBURGER Sunshine Flagship Band.participates in t'f .
cotton .
crotch activities as the
2 SPEED command REG 29.95 community i I
comfort.No 600 Regular 2.29 SETTINGS Navy's "musical am- |
AND FOUR COOKER bassadors" to the south- >
49 HEAT SETTINGS 2Oofo eastern United States.

1288 : I OFF. ray More

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The Federal Com-
munications Commission has
INSTANT announced an increase from
: $50 to $100 in the maximumfine
ICE TEA MIX [Nestea] it can levy on operators of '
iced tea citizens band radios who
24 OZ. WITH mix IJJ violate FCC rules.
; 7 The move is an effort to
: 13 reduce violations on the I
SUGAR. presenlcodeand provides the
REG. 1.59
following penalties:
? .. -For use of power in excessof
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that authorized $100.

...-ra cI ::. -For use of a frequency not
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MAKER 'i:'\VI S .' MASSAGE9' PEANUTS Rte, The Register family
association will have their
8 CUP MODEL 5129. ) annual homecoming at the :
1 )
AUTOMATIC BREWING 6.Ouarlcapacity.Crock + WALL MOUNTED I 1202. Spanish peanuft Wayfare Baptist Church I j
lifts out with easy grip '411LWALLORHELDM200 77C located about 300 yards off
DM1 100 REG 19 99 r REG. 99' 'I
( | handles for table serving $5** REBATE LIMIT TWO U.S. Highway 129. about '
19'9 REG. and easy clean up. REG 29 99 23"LADIES midway between Statenville I;
I I'
Model 417 Regular 29 99 FROM HAMILTON BEACI I
26.99 I WITH PUNCHAtE OF t and Stockton, Ga., Sunday
88 MODEL 41T May 15.
CROCK WATCHER Registration will start at 10
24 >. Offer end* GILLETTE a.m. and the meeting will I''
Jun 30, 1 77 \ CRICKET commence promptly at 11 I I
SUPERVIEW I a.m. A basket picnic will
BUTANE LIGHTER follow the meeting.All .
HAND descendents! of Samuel
NORELCO LADYBUG BLOUSES Adjustable flame Register, 1786 to 1869 and their
MIRROR / Durable, dISposable.6ge. invited friends are cordially
9'JI 16'in I invited to attend. Bring a I
size gives .
YOUR CHOICE OF PULLOVER basket filled with food, if
full head and shoulder .. LIMIT
view .
Assl colors Reg 3.79 -- ASSTD COLORS TWO possible.
99 Rniford News I ;
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1499REG. 388EMBROIDERED (From Page-7)) .
REG. ''I
Mr. Dock Addison were
business visitors in Baldwin I I
POLACOLOR 2 TYPE, 108 and in Friday I t
REMINGTON Mr.and Mrs. Monroe,filler ,,
HANGINGPLANTERS OR WOOD & ROPE COLOR FILM visited hey\ .aister..M"I o.lwUl '. I y
THONG Andrews in' Lake, Butler '
SUPER-SHARP REPLACEABLE Gives you beautiful color pictures Thursday. '
t in 60 seconds 8 prints Mr. James Young and Mr
Bob Stafford both of Jacksonville -
Plastic hanging. pots in 2 sizes colors and sizes had lunch with Bob's
WHITE AND YELLOW ; with one buckle closing. 4f .I parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert I
7-IN. 10-IN. 1688REG.19.99 Rea 4 99 II? ip aIA Stafford Friday.
Reg 99' REG. 1 69 88 Mr.and Mrs. Bill Hunnicutt
went fishing and camping, I
Thursday and Friday at the
57 77e lli Okefenokee Stephen Foster
GALAXY 3.SPEEDOSCillATING State Park in Fargo Georgia. I
KODAK Mrs Myrla McLeod of
Worthington Springs, her
grandson and his family the
THE HANDLE Jimmy Mathis's, visited !Mr
LADIES'2PIECEBATHING and Mrs. 0.6. Gordon

STEAMER Finger-tlp controls.Whisper INSTANT Friday Mrs. McLeod is Mrs.Cordon's .
quiet performance. Tamper sisler.Recently. .
BETTER HEALTH! + proof grille removes for wit CAMERA ) Mrs Mildred ,)
Steamed fresh vegetables& easy cleaning Reg 39 99 ,. SUITSIncludes Minshew and Mr. Lucious I
fish are delicious & natural % many famous brands Jordon, of Baldwin, Mrs
tasting Stainless steel Fits in assorted colors prints INSTANT PICTURES Gwen Wesley and children,
all saucepans Reg 2.98 48 and sizes Reg 7.99 2999 FOCUSING IS PRESET. Mr Bob Stafford and family I 1
T"a7)0 : REG $39 93 of Jacksonville visited Mr. : I,
99 21" 6 88 and Mrs. Albert Stafford. ''i
They enjoyed a hamburgerfry
15 QUART with all the trimmings.
Friday night, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Harris and Mrs. Frome
Crews of Lawtey visited Mrs. I
Ruby Rickerson in Lake .
CHEST Butler I
My husband treated our son.
( 1.. Little Woody to a movie
/2 IN. X 50 FT. z 99 D>luM..molded Friday night in Starke. We
; poly plait.c. saw Walt Disney's "Freaky
I 788 Triple,iniulatid. Friday."Really,enjoyed it
GARDENHOSE Side, h.ndle.. ahngedld. as much as Little Woody did.
Mr Rod Coffin and Bob
REG. $9.99 Stafford of Jacksonville
I visited Bob's farm here last
s 320 2 ply vinyl garden hose. .-'mssL week check on a fine crop of
Flexible, durable lightweight tomatoes they have planted.
Mrs. Ruby Rickerson and I

.44 ... ..mImm.' ..... son Cliff accompanied! ,
and Mrs.Jack Harris visiting t tin

MULTI $1.00 on all COOL-RAY 1 Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs.Saturday Woodrow I
POSITION Hitler and son. Woody, went I
Fashion with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe
= =
} Killer to their home in In-
WEB & ALUMINUM. SELF PROPELLED COMBI I LOUNGE) I OFF verness,last week for a couple I
of days. While there we did I
LAWN 22' POWER MOWER = S.tblSllcs. = some shopping and a whole lot '
4 CYCLE MOTOR ADJUSTABLE HEAD PAD. ADJUSTS TO H Stafford accompanied her son !
Sturdy tubular,aluminum frame with durable CUTTING HEIGHT 1V4" TO 3" 7 POSITIONS-. 12.88 II Bob and grandson Bob. Jr., I
webbing Post front legs Assorted colors. REG. $141.88GRASS on a business trip to Albany,
LAWN CHAIR See what I- Georgia. While in the "Peach I
Reg.7.99CHAISELOUNGER1188 MATCHING VINYL TUBE I you're missing. State' they traveled over to ,
597 the now famous Plains, '
119 a Georgia and did some sightseeing
FOLDING CHAIRCADMIUM Mrs. Stafford said she I
COOL-RAY4 polarized lenses stop reflected enjoyed looking around In an ,
99%. antique shop there. Also,
C glare up to
while there they saw Billy
CATCHER PLATED STEEL COUPON GOOD THRU 6/11/ 1 Carter's service station and
REG. 9.99 ........ ECKERD DRUGS Mrs. Lillian Carter's house.
MEG lie / r On their way back to Florida \
they stopped in Pearson
Georgia for a short visit with i.
Mrs. Stafford's sister and j
husband Mr, and Mrs. Gerald
Renew. '

a.ooQOQOnaQa] [$ EAar Stafford My Brother.of Lakeland Kenneth is a t'I I

faithful out of town reader of
the Raiford News and he had a '.
birthday May 3 so we would j
831 Walnut 'Starke'' k1i L'M'TE' like to wish him a happy birthday

I : As I close my column,
here's a special note to all us
mothers Have a happyMother's ""t

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lOA TELEGRAPH May S. 1917 I:

Sp ringFootball Off To Slow Start ,7" < '----. <" ,,<, :' 0"

.... -

After two weeks of Spring Mike Muse are working for a veer offense put a lot of he can also get better use out at linebacker and Sexton say
football Coach David Hurse starting spot. pressure on the quarterback of his running backs but he both men are capable and
said it's difficult to tell what Hurse calls the strong side it requires him to read the emphasized that the veer should see a lot of playing
he has because many of his guard slot wide open. Kirt offense and make the proper depends on the quarterback. time.
players from last year are still Minton and Isiah Jenkins are decision. Last season three "H we find the quarterbackscan
involved in track and both trying the position year veteran QB Jimmy handle the veer we'll stay The defensive backs have
baseball. Kenny Rodrigue is workingat Prevatt executed the difficult with it, if not we'll go back to had very little time together
"We lost a lot of key players tight end and Hurse said veer, but his experience is the I," Hurse said. because many of the men .1r
from last year and some are that David Walker is making gone via graduation. On defense Hurse said there Sexton thinks will be shootingfor
(going to be difficult to good improvement at that Jeffery Norman is the are some holes to fill but he spot are still out for track ..1
replace," Hurse said. position. leader for the quarterbackspot added, "I'm sure Coach and baseball.
JOn the offensive line the Fredie Mack and Kirt and is receiving com- (Mike) Sexton will come up
Tornadoes have four men Minton are both trying for the petition from Doug Reddish with another fine defense.' Free safety David Carter is
returning. Stanley Williams tackle slot.Rebuilding. and Dwayne Cummings Sexton said at this stage the only returning lettermanin
and Jeff Norman at split end, the offensive Norman has some experiencefrom he's still trying to get the the defensive backfield.The .
Bobbie Smith at weak side backfield is another major last years varsity squad defense put together. annual Spring jam- +." '
tackle and Issac Cummings at task for Hurse. Quarterback, while Reddish was last year'sJV boree will be held in t
weak side guard. fullback and two halfback quarterback. Sexton said his returning Gainesville May 27.
positions have been vacated "Whoever can get the job letterman Marty Russell, Gainesville High School, :
While Hurse may have them by graduation."We done will be the starter," tackle, Kenneth Cruger, nose Eastside, Buchholz, Santa Fe
returning he has had very hope to continue with Hurse said. guard, and Lawrence Patrick, and BHS will compete.The c
little time to work with them. the veer offense but it will At halfback Marvin Tyson strong side linebacker, have .
Williams is still running track depend on whether our and Glen Carter are com all had a good first week of regular season for next
Cummings just finished track quarterbacks can make the peting. Hurse said that both practice.At fall will be almost the same as
and Bobbie Smith is out for the necessary adjustments," players were on last year's JV last year. The only change
Spring with an injury.At Hurse said. team and he said Tyson may defensive end Alton from last year is that Clay
center Marcus Cruce and Hurse explained that the have a slight edge in speed Moore, Mark Mosley and High in Green Cove has been ., ,; qp1 Y
.. and quickness. Tyson has Mike VanZant are all working substituted for Monticello. }
been a workhorse for the for a starting role. Sexton said t: i ,q iraZ'nt .'.MY' aL +
Tornado JV for the past two Moore and Mosley have JV

seasons.At fullback. the Tornadoesare deal experience of promise.At and .show a great different Tornado gridders scrimmaged every day this week giving coaches a chance to see players in

converting Eugene positions. I
/ Hutchinson a 6 foot 200 pound defensive tackle Sexton
tackle from last year's squad. has two inexperienced men. '
Essau Bright is also workingin Fred Wood and Fredie Mack BHS Hope:s For Upset In District Baseball
the position. are both trying the position.
t rtab "Our problem is going to be The Tornadoes are hopingfor seeded fifth out of five teams. Hartley, whose home townis situations as possible,"
/ I Ii depth. More of our kids are Chuck Register and Issah an upset in this weeks "We'll have to score a lot of St. Augustine,said he would Hartley said.Hartley .
going to be going both ways," Jenkins are both trying for the District baseball Tournamentat runs if we're going to win," really like to win the opening said he used this
Hurse said.Hursesaid. weak side linebacker spot. Palatka South. Coach Mike Hartley said round but it's going to be a type of practice in the final
by using the veer Both men have JV experience With a record of 5-13 they're about Bradford High's tough fight.Richard two weeks of the regular
opening district baseball season and he noted some
- -
( Give Mom game against St. Augustine Hall will be the improvement.
11III11III11III11III which was played Wednesday. starting pitcher for BHS. His
If regular season games are record this year is only 2-6 but "We're doing the basics
What SheWants. any Indication Hartley couldbe his ERA is a low 2.51. much better," Hartley said.A .
LAKE CITY SPEEDWAY right. The Tornadoes beat "We've worked all week in 0 win against St. Augustine;
To complete St. Augustine twice, 12-11 in inter-squad games, trying to would send the Tornadoes
eight innings and 126. get as much practice in game; against number one seed,
her pleasure Stock-Car Racing Palatka South tonight at 7:30:
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May 5.1977 TELEGRAPH Page IlA

Girls Track Tie For 5th GatorettesWomens MacDonald's Win Big *.

Open Slow Pitch and Marion Walmsley ate tied at 1 and 0 and Mac..""
At Titusville Softball League opened MacDonalds out hit Donalds and DuPont are tied J
RegionalThe Tuesday night with two run- the Domino's 5-2 but still lost at 0 and 1.

away victories, as the their opener Next Monday, May 9, the I

.' Domino's beat MacDonalds the first ofwomen's Gatorettes meet Domino's at'1 1
McNnl INS *" After night
Bradford High girls region, McGriff said and the Gatorettes .
trot .,... _
10" 11 .Im IHIM'4" 7:30: and MacDonalds
4a league'spon.sored meet
track team finished in rl. ,, open I,
tie While
a for Regional competitionmay II Tarry 'HIII' *.I"IMyanl bw p walloped DuPont 240.
fifth out of 19 teams in .._ by the Starke DuPont at 845.: The games':
the be tough, district competition II Oliver TA The Gatorettes made short I
Region Two championships at is weak according toMCGrlft II.>, I) Htwklni 'MI it.J .HIM. Own Recreation Department theDominos ,
duel. mead work of DuPont, scoring 19 are played on the Pratt Street'', I
Titusville Friday. ,and he says this Tack MM ROM II A._. Heck !fn runs on 13 hits in the second and the Gatorettes FieldFANTASTIC :
Two girls from BUS earneda of competition hurt the Tor- sO1.Y, 4) OrilWh, INS nil.t. 101.RI. ) inning. In DuPont's half of the i ii
spot in the State Finals nadoes. ......_. 'H' <:'1. OrlMlth. brooks second thev failed to score so i
Saturday May 7, in "Of the three har M.* KhMl. 1 .....eI lOt li",I)
Winter other teams In the game was awarded to the ltiLi'4at( srC'C'
MO mayII Kick It4t 0.II :
Park. Mary Berry finished our district two scored no 'Ml (H.nk.'.... trlhl. o>mn and wI Gatorettes since they were ten 3DC3GLIfla'r (
third in the shot put to earn a points and the other scored .._ l liM4 runs ahead.
birth in the State 440 yore ....h- ItMI..leI.
meet. only two. said. DebbieCarrhad a home run
.., .
Lk WMr 4I.0 I) Chat
Sophomore Cindy Griffith Rockledge was the overall .MS 44.I, 10) MeN.... BHt l7.r and a double in the second for \. tt. SAVINGS *
finished fourth in the winner with .. : ,
mile 134
and points 440 yard r l.y II Hock the Gatorettes, and Carolyn '< .
fourth in the 800 to qualify in Titusville Astronaut was hll.'. Ill) 0)MS S4I Redding had two doubles. f.1"-" J.-r.
both events for the State meet. second with 58, Lake Howellwas 000 yur.....nI.U"l. < LkHawllllill MacDonalds pitcher :
Coach Jerry McGriff said he third with 30, Eastside ...._.....*HS I,41.4I Ormmi. .......k.r Belinda Kilby lost her aim in BEAUTIFUL HOUSE FLOWERS
was pleased with the over all was fourth with 26 and BHS old shall. rican* at Jilt. ,41ooo I r u 1 1C.ti' the second inning allowing '__'
team effort but disappointed Buchholz and Ocala Vanguardtied mdi. ..yI) Rock ItM,'. O7 M eight walks and her team was HOUSE PLANTS
0) >Mt I." It
in a few individuals who had a for fifth with 18 points. mllo rwnII Appwt, Hack plagued with errors as the
good chance of scoring points It,..... I) mckMtMHI BM1 UiHII Domino's scored 11 runs with- POT SIZE PLANTS FOR THE OFFIC
and qualifying for the State SlatltlloDlicut1) I RicmrdtM break own tch**! racortfol out getting a hit.
meet. M.._.TA 117'4 I",') Carry, II,14)Mil
The Domino's didn't
.,. _... get
'MS *f 4 4" Hlwkln. IH> N'." II Lk M ll YARD PLANTS
"Region Two is the toughest Lent jump. 1) '..U.Y.Ro."I7' 4:01.I. 71) 'MS ">11.' .IMim Ol OHIWH, Cindy Griffith trains for the 880 and mile in Saturday's state their first hit until the fourth SHRUBS
region in the state last year I1.S", 10) Hudson >HI II'US" McNoil. Oamoo and. .Chit. krako own finals. inning when they got back to SHADE TREES
school rocord o< 4iJOT9
three of the top five teams in Hlgn MurpHy.Jump INS II M.C.ll t.It"... four tin'...... 'In sack. back: hits by Beverly: Kendel
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BHS Track Last In DistrictThe ,, Misfits Win To

Bradford High's boys inches with a throw of 41'3" in "Bright ran the 880 and the Tf
track team finished last in the shot. sprint medley and you could Take First PlaceTwo
district competition Friday tell that he was effected by his ,
but did qualify five men and The mile relay team of sickness," Howard said. r I
one alternate for the reglonals Stanley Williams Isaiah wins by the Misfits, one Badcock's Charlie Green :
today in Winter Park. Jenkins, Marvin Tyson and Bright is making the trip to ; u' over previously undefeated his team in the game
Junior David Carter lead Franklin Bell finished third Winter Park as an alternate in Badcock and the other a 24-O) gong 5 for 5 with 3 home runs I
the Tornadoes qualifying witha with a time of 3393.: David the mile relay. no hitter over Lawtey, has and 5 RBI's. Other hitters for i:
third in the 440 and a second Carter who usually runs the launched them into first placein Badcock were Steve Cub- I
place finish in the 220. Carter anchor leg of the mile relay One event that Howard was the Mens Open League bedge 3 for S with 2 RBI's,
may also have a chance to run was held out for a rest buj will surprised in was in the hur f'' ;' Softball sponsored by the Brian Johns 3 for 5, Emmit
as part on the mile relay team be available for the state. dles. An area that Howard Starke Recreation Depart Akridge 2 for 5 with 2 RBI's
that finished third. figured as a weak point, ment. and Larry Mercer 2 for 5 with
Carter's finish in the 220 was Coach Howard said hurdler Dale Rogers ran his Badcock lost two games to 1 RBI.
somewhat of a surprise; it problems in the field events best time to finish sixth and drop them in to second place.
was the first time he d run in and relays caused his team's John Tatum bettered his best One loss to the Starke Merchants Merchants 6-DuPont 9
that event. poor placing. time by three seconds to finish Is under protest. ahead David Kilby in the scored bottom of a the go
."I 1 knew David was strong in seventh. Badcock claims the Merchants run
the 440 and I figured he'd havea "We only placed two peoplein used too many out of sixth Inning to give the
chance in the 220" Coach the field events, it's' been a Richard Smith took sixth county players in the game. Merchants a 6-3 victory over
Grover Howard said. problem for us all year, place in the 880 to earn team Ifr Games this week: DuPont last Wednesday, April
Howard said, "and we didn't points and John Bennett took a 24.DuPont
Carter wasn't the only man place in two of. he three relays sixth in the two mile run to f Misfits Z4 -Lawtey 0 was held to 6 hits
to qualify or place in the 440. and relays are worth more earn team points.In Misfits pitcher Fred with Andrew Timmons getting
Stanley Williams finished team points than individual the 100 yard dash Avery wl t i; s y, fS't wt Wheeler tossed the season's 2 hits and one RBI.
fourth to earn a trip to the events," Howard added. Shell ran his best time of the first no hitter Monday with a The Merchants' David Kilby
Thomas each
regionals while Isaiah Jenkins year, 10.7 and was forced intoa 24-0 dumping of Lawtey. and Ronnie
finished sixth to score team Another reason for the fifth run-off spot fora place in the Wheeler and his teammates picked up 2 hits.Menhants
points for the Tornadoes. place finish could be injuries. finals. P committed two errors, : 11- Badcock 12
5 Discus man Keith Carter Discus man Bobbie Smith who allowing only two base run- A four run fifth inning rally
finished second with a throw was expected to finish secondwas ners. led by a Ronnie Thomas
of 126' 8", to qualify for state. out with a bruised kidney. Qualifiers for the regional track meet are front row: Marvin Tyson, Keith Carter and Stanley The Misfits pounded out 22 double and singles by Steve
-',Issac Cummings betteredhis Sprinter Esau Bright had Williams. Back row: Franklin Bell David Carter, and Essau Bright. hits 13 for extra bases. Their Byrd, David Kilby, and Bish
own record by three feet problems training due to a hitting attack was led by Fred Bishop helped the Merchants
but missed qualifying for the stomach virus and was Wheeler 3 for 5 with two home edge Badcock 1412.
regionals by and half slowed. and ,6 RBI's Tom
runs Badcock out hit the Mer-
BHS Golfers 6th In District Wheeler 3 for 5 with two chants 15 to 11 but committed
doubles a home run and 4 9 errors.
RBI's, Lloyd Gilpin 4 for 5 Dwayne Hardy was Bad-
MIKE MITCHELLVAR with a double and 2 RBI's and cocks hitter for 4.
top going 3
HEYL LINCOLN MERCURY INC. End Season With 9-12 MarkAs Don Wise 4 for 4 with 1 RBI. Charlie Green Steve Cub-

bedge, Tim Eiland and Bill
Misfits 20-Badcock 16 Jackson each had two hits for
2201 N. Main St. Gainesville The old adage that practice a team BHS shot a Sophomore Scott Robertswas Casey is the only senior on The Misfits knocked Bad- Badcock.
makes perfect didn't hold true respectable 321, and with a low man for the Tornadoes this year's team but things cock out of unbeaten ranks Mike Grace Tom Palidinoand
M | |J-MII-M! last Friday when the Bradford little improvement Coach with an 81. Richard may not look better next year with a 20-16 win Wednesday Tommy Reddish each had
372-4251 M nrrrori 372-4251 High golf team finished sixthin Warney Adkinson thought his Gaines shot 84 for second for the Tornadoes. Orange night, April 24. two hits for the Merchants.
the District Tournament.On team would have a chance for Wade Winkler was third with Park and Lake City finishedone Badcock has filed a formal
last Thursday the team third place. 86 and Lee Casey was fourth and two in this year's Randall Thomas, Donny protest on the game. They
"More Cars For More People. went to Callahan to play a with a 93.Adkinson. tournament and lose only one Wheeler and Fred Wheeler claim the Merchants were
practice round at the Deer- But the next day during the player each to graduation were the big sticks for the over the 5 man limit on out of
Than Anyone Else" ,'TI field Country Club, the site of tournament the Tornado- said that Roberts while third and fourth Misfits. Thomas was 5 for 5 county players.The .
the district tournament score bloated by 23 strokes and Winkler didn't playas finishers Clay High and with one double and 3 RBI's,
scheduled for the next Friday.We're giving them a 344 and a sixth well as he expected and Casey Palatka South have their while Donny Wheeler was 3 Misfits are in first t witha
---- -- for 4 with home and 4 7-1 record. Badcock is
"heMDnWIApYIW. place finish. didn't play well at all. entire squads returning.The a run
Before the tournament RBI's while Fred Wheeler was second at 5 and 2. The Mer-
cooking up something forMother's Adkinson had been leery of the "I'm really disappointed Tornadoes finished the 3 for 5 with a home run and 4 chants are third at 4 and 3 and
numerous water traps and had three back from RBI's. David Bennett had 2 Lawtey and DuPont are tied
we men season with a record of 912.
So Mom won't have to.Mom
Day. your hazards on the Deerfield last year's team and I thought Scott Roberts had low averageon home runs and 3 RBI's. for last with 1 and 6 records.

shouldn't have to cook on Mother's Day course we'd do better than this," the team with 40.9 for nine
"It's a tight course but the Adkinson said. I
"Maybe just holes.
Instead she should be able> to sit Kick> relax water didn't bother us, we just underestimated the other "I ,lust hope for better next I
To Tie
and simply\ \be .lrrrec .ncJ. didn't play well," Adkinson team's improvement," he year, Adkinson said. Angels Jump MetsWith
This Mothers [).y, why not take Mom to McDon, 1J's!' said.Snapper added.

That way, she won't w ind tip cooking on her d.iy., two wins this week the J.D. Francis, Charles
And I utter all sine's done for you isn't it time Angels have jumped from a Strickland, Mike Waters and
you did a little something: fur her last place tie to a tie for first Scott Heidson each had a hit
16-9 Loss To Buchholz place in Dixie Youth Baseball for the Braves.
We do It all for you.. American
League. Mets pitcher Emmett:
Games this week: Watkins held the Braves toI

LYdSHwy : \ Ends BHS Girls SeasonThe The Angels Mets out 10 hit Meta the 8 Angels hits and struck out 10

11 to 8 but aided by walks the Angels IH-I.awtey Gold H
301 South Bradford High Girls Murphy then walked to load second and one run in the Angels won 108. The Angels stole the show
softball team lost its only the bases. third fourth and sixth innings. At the plate Blaine Dyal 2 and walked away \\Ithan 18 to
r .;i% Starke9648408 game this season Saturdaywith With one out catcher Dana The Bobcats had been for 4 with one triple and Fred 8 victory over Lawtey Gold. I
.7. a 16-9 loss to Buchholz for Dyal hit a ground ball down hitting the ball hard all after Conner 3 for 4 with a double, j
.7 5 the District 3A Championship.When the third base line for a single noon but BITS had managed to were the big hitters for the The Angels received 14 I
Coach Greg Alvarez to drive in the first run and contain them but the seventh Angels.For walks and stole 9 bases duringthe
told the Bradford girls softballteam also to retire Bobcat pitcher inning was'a different story. ) the Mets pitcher Lionel evening Jeff Johnson and
all they had to do was Jewel Gordon. With two on and no outs in Griffis was 3 for 4 with a Blaine Dyal each had 2 stolen I
wr hold Buchholz for one more New Buchholz pitcher Mary the top of the seventh. Bobcat double and Jeff Coltraine was bases while catcher l Leslie :
: inning it didn't seem like an Doody also got off to a rocky center fielder Melanie Dunn 3 for 4 with a double. Morris managed to steal I home
!" impossible task. start. After getting BHS smashed a ball just past the !Mets Braves 7 for a fourth inning score.
Midwr'sin/ / ,Mum.1
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center fielder Fayonne
had the
The Tornadoes put outstretched glove of Sylvia A double by Grant Williams
Bobcats down 1.2.3 in the fifth Hawkins to fly out for the Jenkins.The ball rolled all I the combined with a walk and an Big hitters for the Angelswere
and held them to just one run second out, Susan Blalock way to the fence for a homerun. interferance call on the catcher Jeff Johnson 2 for 5 witha
in the sixth to tie the score at smashed a ball to left field for pushed in the winningrun triple and Fred Conner 3 for
6-6. an error bringing in two runs. in the sixth for the Mets 8- 4 with 2 doubles.
"All we have to do is hold Doody then walked the next With first baseman Betsy 7 victory
1l -r a It them in the seventh, score a three batters for BHS, Betty Allen on first lightning again Williams had two hits while For Lawtey Gold Mitch I
run, and the district title is Hudson Terry Parrish and struck for Buchholz as Jill W.T Prevail Lionel Griffis Williams went 3 for 4 and ]
ours," Alvarez told his team. Dora Triest to bring Dyal and Sanders smashed a ball just Emmett Watkins and Jimmy scored 3 runs and Anthony i
N,4) --_ But it was not to be. Blalock in to score. past Fayonne Hawkins for the Schoening each had one hit for Williams was 2 for 4 with a
1 t Buchholz exploded for 10 runs Doody and her teammateswere second home run of the inning the Mets. double and two stolen bases
s ? in the seventh and went on to In trouble again in the Dyal Hawkins and Hudson
beat the Tornadoes 16-9 second when BHS added scored for the Tornadoes in :. ***** Extra Clran Car ******
4': handing the Bradford girls another run. Emma Murphy the bottom of the seventh butit
their only loss of the year. scored helped by a single by wasn't enough to catch i AUTO
J Just six innings earlier it Carol Hall and walks by Dana Buchholz. aJiJOO( ( : II IIi
looked like BHS would run Dyal and Fayonne Hawkins. Buchholz will meet Palatka .
r, away with the game. Aided by Buchholz crept back into Central for the regional i SALES

1i'Ilrfsa4 poor fielding and pitching by contention scoring two in the championship Tuesday G:(ccs_ ._U.:. EC l ;
Buchholz, BHS jumped off to a
: 5-1 lead. JS h
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Prevatt Honored At Coke PartyMiss Ruth Hazen
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Donna Prevatt, June Gaskins attended the Coke Bridal Shower "f. 6 CpLNrr (f) Page lit

11 bride-elect, was honored at table on the porch. The table SINCE 1879 t May'. "" 1
a Coke party Saturday afternoon was covered with a white lace HonoreeMiss ifOaa
at the home of Mrs. Jack cloth and was centered with a Q! .
Hazen on Brownlee Road. crystal punch bowl with Ruth Hazen, May 27 :
Hostesses with Mrs. Hazen crushed ice and cokes. En- bride-elect, was complimented -
were Mrs. Robert Patterson, circling the bowl was a at a bridal shower last 7..tSl'7"'SId"J Iltootr Jlt !
Mrs. Dolph Reddish, Mrs. garland of fragrant jasmine. Thursday night given by Mrs.
Arthur Gaskins, Mrs. Mervin Assisting as floor hostesseswere Townsend Strickland on ode1ii ,
Jackson, Mrs. Norman Mrs. Hazen Mrs. Strick Edwards Road. 9647608'Flower 1 I

Reddish, Mrs. Townsend land and Mrs. Joyner I Games with prizes and : ._.. ... .. .._. ... I
Strickland and Mrs. Randall The hostesses presented the refreshments were enjoyed by r
Joyner.Mrs. honoree with the vegetabledish I. the 35 guests during the party Show I
Patterson greeted the to her chosen china hours 7:30: and 9:30: p.m. Susie Powell and Donald Falcon i 1

guests at the door and pattern as a memento of the y The 35 invited guests were May 12.14-

.I. presented them to Miss occasion. a N BHS classmates of the bride- Wed April 16 at First Baptist Church [
Prevatt, her mother Mrs. J.T. One hundred guests were a elect. Felons are raising flowersfor
Prevatt,Jr. and mother of the invited to call between the The refreshment table was the future, and on May 12, V.
prospective groom Mrs. L.O. hours 3 and 4:30: p.m. covered with a white lace 13, and 14 they'll show their Miss Susie Powell, daughterof
Hartley of St. Augustine.Mrs. cloth and centered with an work to the public. Mrs. Evelyn V. Powell of
Jackson and Mrs. arrangement of white and Hampton, and Donald D I
Redding the Miss Karen and Jodie yellow Mrs. Stella ;The 17th annual inmate
presided over Gissy Diane Davis pompoms. Falcon son of Mr and Mrs.
refreshment table in the Johnson of Tallahassee were Joyner and Miss Kitty Hazen flower show at Union Joseph II. McGee, were unitedin
dining room which was visiting her parents Mr. and Lester Johns assisted in serving. Correctional InstitutionUCI marriage April 16 at 7:30: r
covered with an Army-Navy Mrs. Joe Gissy over the Among the guests were Mrs. ( ), Raiford, is used as a p.m. in the First Baptist
cloth and centered with an weekend. Karen attended a Engagement; Told Jack Hazen, mother of the teaching technique by M.B. Church with Rev. Ben Bryant c
arrangement of roses. Home Economics conventionin honoree, and Mrs. Basil Jordan who trains the men performing the nuptials.The .
Mrs. Reddish and Mrs. Gainesville on Saturday. Mr.and Mrs. Oscar Davis of Davis, mother of the for future employment.Part chancel was centered

Starke announce the engage- prospective groom. of the free show is with a gold bridal arch
ment of their daughter, The hostess presented Miss evaluation of the plants by covered with sprengeri I and -v-
Margaret Diane to Lester L. Hazen with a set of Hickory
OF FLORIDA certified judges made white daisies. On each columnof
UNIVERSITY Johns, son of Mrs. Louise knives as a memento of the available by the Florida the arch were two con ;
Johns, all of Starke. occasion. Federation of Garden Clubs, tainers of apricot and white l
MENS GLEE CLUB AND Miss Davis, will be a 1977 which has supported the gladioli, Killian daisies, 1

graduate of Bradford High Clifton Griffis program from its beginning.The apricot carnations, mixed
WOMENS CHORALE School. ferns and yellow and white
Mr.Johns is a 1975 graduateof CelebratesBirthday main idea is to ensure daisies and gypsophila.
Bradford High School. that men who have been
Garlands of white daisies with
Wedding plans will be announced convicted of felonies have a greenery draped the chancel.
at a later date. vocational skill for their
PRESENT Throughout the choir loft were
Clifton Griffis was honoredat future before they return to large baskets of Boston fern,
-------------- world.
a surprise birthday party the free two gold tree cadelabras with Hyr ,

Mr. and Mrs. Don Joiner of Sunday,May 1, at his home on The show will be jn a burning tapers.highlighting 1I
\ Port Charlotte were last Griffis Loop. clubhouse across State Road the bridal arch
Wednesday overnight guestsof The 37 guests enjoyed 16 from the fenced compound.It stood two large gold candelabras -
his sister, Mrs. L.D. Vining. refreshments from tables will be open to the public containing 42 burning .
decorated with festive cloths from noon to 9 p.m. May 12, 9 tapers. The couple I r
& Mrs. F.W. Strickland set up on the lawn of the a.m. to 9 p.m. May 13 and a carried out a unity service by ,
.. returned Wednesday after Griffis home. a.m. to noon May 14. the lighting of candles. .' I
'\ ,\,- surgery last Thursday in St. Games were enjoyed by the More than 300 plants will be Presenting a program of ]
) '\ Vincent's Hospital. young and old. shown. Types of plants en- nuptial music were Mrs. I. :
% .. ,, tered will be Charles Francis, organist: ,
< -------------- -------------- bromeliads :
Don and solo
house Hardy guitar :
specimen plants,
Mrs. Henry O'Hara law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Milner, Jr. and ,
age begonias philodendron ,
returned Sunday from two Mrs. Blair Phares in Winter
Mrs. Eddie soloists. .
weeks visit with her son-in- Park. coleus, exotic ferns, hanging Douglas r ( ',
MAY 7 8.00 P.M. baskets, cacti, orchids and Randall McGee attended his < ,1
landscape plants. brother as best man. Ushers -'or
Dr. Richard W. Odom were Eddie Douglas Chase j .
t Hardy Doug Conner Gene ... s .

AT BRADFORD HIGH ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE ;;} Pass Mrs.and Eddie Harry Douglas Hatcher. attended 1 Mh"",.. !I l,

Attendants were Gloria
Hatcher, Vicki Kirchaine and
BOULEVARD Mr. and Mrs. Rod Struth of Donna Crawford.The .
ADMISSION Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. attired
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,FLA. Bobby Case and !Martha were
ADULTS $1.00 STUDENTS .50 alike in apricot taffeta gowns
Office Hour. by Appointment Telephone 473.3449 or 473.3359 Struth of Lake City and Nancy with overlay of daisy flocked
Slruth of Gainesville and sheer. The featured :;- '
families will spend the gowns :Mr. and :Mrs Donald; Falcon ..1.1white
long puff sleeves, scoop
weekend with their mother
neckline, gathered at the
Mrs. Lu Struth. empire waistline and had lace around the sleeves The reception was held in
Mother's and neckline. The gowns had the church Hall
Day an apricot ribbon at the waist which decorate
--------------------------- was with
I rI Bring' "her to see 2 and bow in back with colorful arrangements of

Gift Her Home From I loW M OM Walt Disney movies streamers to the floor. The spring flowers. I
With For S
A I on Mother's Day and ( matron of honor carried a Clara Hazen greeted l (ho
cascade of
[ arrangement guests at the door and
I a let us treat her to a I yellow and white daisies, Marrion Veltman kept (ho

F I FREE BAG OF POPCORN d".. roses and gypsophila with bride's book. I
Denmark Furniture apricot streamers. The bride's table was
t ,. -yI The attendants carried covered,.with a white satin
l cascades of apricot carnations cloth j"
I I'Fi.'DRIDR THERTRE draped with smilax. A .
I yellow and white four tiered wedding cake
SPECIAL OFFER I STARKE 964.5451 "*i.-' ::>- daisies spregeri and gyp decorated with apricot string

I OFFER GOOD ONLY ON MAY 8, 1977 WITH TICKET PURCHASE sophila with apricot scallops centered the table. A !

? PENNY A QT. SLO-COOKER I I. AND COUPON streamers. china bell bride and groom i
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Marla Crane flower
was girl were on the second tier. '
WISE and Kd; Douglas was ring. Encircling the cake was a
f i Po' elam'on- r'- bearer. garland of ivy with a nosegayof
HOUSEAlummumeslenar .. n Given in marriage by her apricot carnations ;yellow
"" Z No-Stick interior 0 TREAT MOM TO cousin Eddie Veltman, the and white daisies and baby's
1 WARES 0 5 diHetent;: healsettings C bride wore a white satin gown breath. On each side of the

.' 0. Sue thru glass 9 ANEW with white sheer overlay. The cake were two large containers
BUYS 5 corer _,__ ,r ar gown had a high neckline, long of Killian daisies
U Z puff sleeves with button cuffs,
apricot carnations, yellow and
II; .> HAIRSTYLE with bands of lace around the white daisies, gypsophila and
sleeves. The bodice was sprengerl fern. Beverly
$ 6 95. enhanced with lace and seed McGee and Mary Rhoden cut
':: ,,. pearls. There was lace down the cake which was made and
143991 with this coupon the front and back of the gown decorated by Beverly McGeeas

TOTI COUPONf)\ FOR and around the bottom of the a wedding gift.A .
__ 71 chapel length train. memory candle with an
porcelain She wore sterling silver arrangement of the bride's
UIESTBEND diamond earrings, a gift of the colors was placed on the guest
-- On- Mother'sMay f Mtm groom, and her Juliet head. book table. The punch tables
-, Day piece secured her chapel were decorated with yellow
aluminum length veil with lace aroundthe and white daisies and smilax.

8th edges. She carried a Presiding at the punch table
-, | cascade arrangement of were Ruth Veasey. Annette
> cool apricot roses, yellow and Crane, Jackie Holzhauer and
p A.owwOC set white daisies, gypsophila and Mary Lou Redding. Floor
,, think trails of ivy and sprengeri hostesses were Gail Strick ,1
\- // with white bridal streamers. land and Gail Rhoden.
TELL CITY Following a wedding trip to I r
Silver Springs the couple is
"'OCKEPh THE BRADFORD residing in Lake Butler.

$ COUNTY TELEGRAPH The bride is a prepharmacystudent
Published every Thursdayat at Santa Fe College
1 I 138 W.Call Street and plans to attend UF

y.a Starke, Florida 32091 College of Pharmacy in Sept.

Second Class postage paidat '78.Mr.. Falcon plays Softballfor 1

Starke,FIOI'ldaSubserlpUon Green Machine and is

7Your employed.by Jack Hazen.
: sea ptHtGK In trade area: 17 per -------------. I

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Deborah Barker and James Waters Battle of Olustee ... Jeannie Faulk Honored At Coke PartyMiss

Theme of U.D.C. Martell'Johns of Jacksonvilleand
Jeannie Faulk
May 28
Wed April 17 in Waycross Ga. Memorial bride-elect, was honored at a Mrs. Richard Wimpy of
cousin of
ServiceThe Coke party Saturday morning Starke, sister

given by Mrs. J.H. DuPre, the bride-elect.
Miss Deborah Faye Barker. significance of the Civil Mrs. L.H. Jennings, Mrs Assisting In serving were
daughter of Mr. and Mrs War battle of Olustee, and its 414eA r'a, Merritt Williams, Mrs. Garl Mrs. J.A Griffin, Mrs. Paul
Fred J. Barker of Adel, Ga.. nearness to Starke and Matthews, Mrs. Tom Harding, Bridges, Mrs. C.N. Christy,
former Stal'k- residents, was Bradford County, were Mrs. James Blackshear and Mrs.Charley Johns, Mrs. J.D.
united in marriage to James u r described at the annual Mrs. W.B. Mundy at the Seymour, Mrs. A.Y. Coving-
Alexander Waters, son of !Mr United Daughters of the Kingsley Lake home of the ton, Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs.
and Mrs. Cecil Waters of Confederacy memorial I 4 latter. C.H. Nasworthy and Mrs. Guy
Starke April 17 at 2 p.m. at program held at 3 o'clock Mrs. Mundy, Mrs. DuPre Sale.
the home of Mr and l Mrs Sunday afternoon at the UDC and Mrs. Jennings greeted the Out-of-town guests were
Adrian Wallace: Odutti. Sr in Ir".l" monument in Crosby Lake guests at the door Standing in Miss Sara Barefoot of
Waycross, (ia. Cemetery. the receiving line were the Jacksonville, Mrs. Marjie
Doctor W. I Henry Fields of The speaker, Eugene L. bride-elect, her mother, Mrs. Douglas of Gainesville, Mrs.
the First Baptist Church Matthews, president of the L.A. Johns of Jacksonville, Randolph Crosby of Maxville,
Wa>cross, performed the Bradford County Historical 1Ii and her grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. Felton Smith of Yule,
nuptials.The Board of Trustees, said the Maxie Carter, Sr. and the Mrs. Thelma Dicks of Worthington -

couple repealed i their s February 1864 battle, stagedin --- hostesses.The Springs and Mrs.
vows in front of the fireplace the southwestern part of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Kirkland refreshment table was Leon Cady of West Hartford
which was flanked with three Baker County, just ten miles covered with a linen cutwork Conn.
e branch candelabras with from the Bradford County Kirklands Celebrate Sixtieth cloth and centered with an The hostesses presented the
ivory candles and magnolia line, was one of the most arrangement of roses, honoree with a plate to her
leaves significant of the war. The larkspur and shasta daisies. chosen china pattern as a
Mrs. Odum presented Confederate victory won there Wedding AnniversaryMr. Pouring punch were Miss memento of the occasion.
nuptial music. kept Florida's "breadbasket"

Mr Waters attended his son supply lines from being cut and Mrs. Joseph Travis reception with the traditional I
as best man. ik I Ir off, and prevented a planned Kirkland, Sr. of Starke celebrated wedding cake. Paula Tanner Honored At ShowerMiss
Miss Cherjl 1 Marker servedher march by Union forces on their 60th wedding
sister a* maid I of honor Tallahassee, which remainedthe anniversary March 27 at their The Kirklands each enjoy Paula Tanner, June 3 covered with a cutwork cloth
She wore n long yellow silk only Confederate state home with an old fashioned excellent health and have bride-elect was honored at a with a green runner and
crepe dress trimmed with l 4 capitol not to fall during the dinner on the grounds with been blessed with eight bridal shower last Thursday centered with a silver lotus

green and portrait collar war.The relatives and family members children, two boys and six night given by Mrs Carolyn bowl holding snapdragons and
She wore a corsage of yellow speaker commendedthe girls, 28 grandchildren and 18 Redgrave and Mrs. Douglas baby's breath. Mrs. Don Neel
lymbidium oiclnds re-enactment of the battle This was followed by a great-grandchildren. Hardy at the home of the presided at the punch bowl.
The bridgivl'n in staged last February on the latter on E. Call Street. Arrangements of spring
marriage by her father worea field at Olustee by the flowers were used throughoutthe
Starke Home Newsby Standing in the receivingline
white silk Nursing l
organ/a gown r National Re-enactment the honoree her party rooms.
were ,
with inserts of Kite on (the Society, an organization of The hostesses presented the
Marguarlte hall mother, Mrs Eugene Tanner,
bodice, and down "
the sleeves history "buffs, Northern and her grandmother, Mrs. Bill honoree with the gravy boat to
satin ribbon accented the Southern alike, who believethe her chosen china pattern as a
Mrs. Bessie Halek of Dukes, and mother of the
and flower areas. A screened
with bow
waist a I in back The
best to and
way memento of the occasion.
long tiered skill had accentsof understand preserve Hampton, and other residents porch area is being renovatedand prospective groom, Mrs. H.F.
history is to who enjoy books and Wheeler. Fifty guests were invited to
will be enlivened with
daisy late tier I linger lip it. The
recreate reenactmentwas but The refreshment table call between the hours of 7:30:
magazines can no longersee was
veil was secured to a I satin not done to "glorify war," to read the bright colors and new hanging and 9 D.m.Restaurant.
are using
bow and she carried a nosegay Matthews said, but to create a Books plants.We .
of pink sweetheart roses: and Talking available salute Mrs Clara 1
of "the
greater appreciation
through the Bradford County Barbara Harvey Bridge HonoreeMs.
marguerite daisiesA courage, endurance, and Covington as our mployeeof
rl'Ceptinn11:-- also held at sacrifices of those who went Library. Books printed in the Month." Clara has been
(he (O Hlum\ home before us" large type are popular and with the Starke Nursing Home Barbara Harvey of given by Mrs. JR.
can be obtained for those who Atlanta Ga. who Wainwright.After .
memorial for eight years as head of the spent
:Mr and !Mrs. James Waters closed The with message from was like to read, but are partially Laundry Department. Her Friday to Tuesday with her several progresssionsof

punch table. Lincoln's a quotation Address sighted. The Bookmobile hobby is sewing and she attends parents, Mr and Mrs. JW. bridge at the two tables I
Clot'ida The bride's table wascovered Mrs Charles Barker and "That Gettysburg here resolve that visits the Home every Monday the Holiness Church. Ritch was honored at adessertbridge were played prizes were
\\ ith a handmade lace Mrs. Wallace Odum, Jr -these dead we shall not have diedin morning and many residentsand Clara's gentleness and sweet party Saturday awarded to Mrs. H.H. Adams,
ilqlh belonging to the bride'sHrif.it assisted in serving. vainthat this Nation employees use this ser spirit is refreshing to us all. afternoon at the Garden high, and Mrs. Harvey, bingo.
-fcheati-e i < Centering vice. They can place an order
Following a wedding trip to under God shall continue We want to say "Thank you"for
tin table as a
was the weddingcake for book of their choice
of interest in Florida a or a splendid job. I
points Government of the To Honor Mothers
STARKE 964 54S1 Clanked by an arrange. people, by choose from the books on Sorority SaturdayGamma
ment of red roses and silver the couple is residing in Adel, the people, and for the hand. Every Sunday morning
FP.I 5AaWALT $UN candelabra Mrs Ga. people." members of the Church of God Theta At the regular business
Virgil During the month of May
The bride graduated from bring services to the Home.
Preceding the meeting Monday, April 25, at
DISNEYeNuouu&noNs Ilickox cut t the cake program our residents will celebrate! 10 Beta Sigma Phi will hold aMother's
Bradford School in 1976. Leader Howard Coleman,
High Mrs. Guy Sale, president of tea the home of Mrs. Richard
We will Day
Sharon Odum of Mr. Waters graduated from birthdays say Happy Tiny O'Steen Tiny Rhoden
Miss W.T. Weeks Chapter, placed a 7 at the Garden Little, the pledge ritual for I
the bride's Bradford School 1975. Birthday to Samuel Bryant Sonny Brantley, and Mr. and May
The Lit lest I Duluth. Ga kept High in memorial wreath on the Restaurant for membersand Joan Hamon was held.
hook and BoESe ,\clele Ga. presided at the Western Auto Store in Adel. offered a prayer Mrs L.G. Edna Canty on May 6, LoisClarke coming faithfully for many be May 9.
on May 13, Mary
to read ,
Powell former years scriptures sing
a president,

This C. Of C, Has Cookout led Music the flag for salutes.the occasion was Herring May on 18,May Lula 14 White,Lilly on Joneson the and individually pray. They when also it minister is re Little Women- - .Plan--. Disney Wnrlrl Trin. .,... I

AND 20th Elise Hansen on the 24th, quested. Each Christmas and
Saturday At Bill WilsonsA Mrs.provided Mona on Canova the autoharp, who also by Floy Sullivan on May 27 and Easter they send the home The Little Women's Club banquet Monday June 6.
Tyra Powell on May 30. Mr. lovely floral arrangements. made plans for a Disney (For further information
the soloist
steak cookout. planned by Attending\ were John and accompained Mrs.
John Griffin. and Mrs. Cleveland) Sullivan We thank them and ask God'sblessing World trip August 4, 5 and 6 members are to call the
I of Gene and
the Board of Governors Nancy Bradley,
will be celebrating their
each of them for at their Monday .
on meeting
I Starke.!Bradford( County Lillian Pearson, Elzie and The program was in chargeof wedding president.The
anniversary May IS.
Sanders John and the chapter historian Miss this service.. night. hostesses, Ann Allen,
Chamber of Commerce, was Sandy ,
We want to thank Senator
Ann Allen, president,
Pam Tucker and
held Saturday afternoon at the Anne Miller, Vince and Pat Norma Canova, who read a and Mrs. Charley E. Johns for Nancy
OYnW sir,.+naa' IVl-:. home of Mr and Mrs Bill Spengler, Dale and Barbara list of the Confederate dead sharing their Golden Wedding Woman's Club presided over the meeting Hildreth served refresh-
with members
present. the
ments social
Wilson in Law ley, Brown Ed and Julia Hip- buried in Crosby Lake Anniversary flowers with during
our The club is olannine on a hour.
plinger, Jess and Tracy Cemetery. residents. The arrangementsadd May BreakfastOn
SIOUHSHOUKKI \ Wolbert Louis and petty cheer and beauty to our
gal 1 ;: ) :\1US. I-LQUA Young Harold Davis.and Bill .. rooms. Many plants have been Saturday : '"

:;- .. Mrs Ken Fuqua was and !Muriel Wilson' : DUPLICATE BRIDGE donated by visitors,..and .
:1IiJtyc.n / honored at a stork shower The group enjoyed tennis, CIUBKEStLTSRhea friends and we take this opportunity The 'Wom' n's Club' of 1
Tuesday April 28. given by swimming billiards, ping- to say Thank You. Starke will hold its annual
I Mis Ton Smith at her home pong much food and great Johnson and Lora Henry Black one of our residents May Breakfast this Saturdayat
964.7464 on Morgan Hoad social get-together during the has planted flowers and 12:15: p.m. at the club house.
Francis Wrenshall and
The refreshment table was evening. we look forward to their Following lunch the new Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae Mr and Mrs. Gilbert
Eve Mathewson tied for first
DAYS 'I< centered with a Teddy Bear officers will be installed and
Goldwire visited Mrs.
-------------- at blooming were in San )Francisco, Cal. J.T.
dames and prizes were place Duplicate Bridge Mrs. Beverly McGee, activities the Woman of the Year announced Wednesday to Sunday at- Sumner in Oeilla, Ga over the
Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs
Fill 54r. SUN'/1tW enjoyed by the 12 friends and .
Mrs. Joseph Gissy and Jim Womack were second and director, is now tending the President's weekend.
PRtkU relatives attending daughters, Cindy and Denise Mrs..D. Odom and Mrs. RA planning a fenced in park with Convention of Life Insurance
1JfJCt; The hostess presented the will spend the weekend with Green were third. chairs, benches, picnic tables, Company of Georgia. Archie Green of Miami will
I honorit'with a baby vaporizer daughter. Karen at FSU and and walkways with handrails Bake Sale Set spend the weekend with his
I 1i as a memento of the occasion. attend the FSU circus. WE'RE SORRY which will lead to shady tree !Mr and Mrs. W.H. Green mother, Mrs. L.J. Green.
1I j For Sut. and of Tallahassee
1i We left Mrs Charles family
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DR. JAMES H. MINESINGEROPTOIIETRIST Swartz' name off in the list of spent the weekend with his Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Loudon ..
I officers pictured in the Mrs Bobby Allen and The Bradford County mother Mrs. Lex Green. visited their daughter and
Ii MElXrI Hospital Auxiliary cutline in daughter Amanda of St. Volunteer Fire Department family Mr. and Mrs Marvin
i 1I last week's paper. We Petersburg spent the Ladies Auxiliary will be Mr. and Mrs. M H. Shep- Barnhart in Miami Saturdayto

I R I! ANkOI! 'IMCE3 THE OPENINfj OF HIS NEW OFFICE FOR apologize for the oversight weekend with her parents, having a bake sale, Saturday, pard of Brunswick Ga were Monday
Mr and Mrs C.L. Dinkins May 7., from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekend guests of his mother,

.PLUS THE GENERAL F>nACTICF OF OPTOMETRYIN The sale, in front of Winn Mrs! Kate Sheppard. Mrs Helen Walker of
S. Sarnt, M.D. Dixie in the Bradford Square, Charleston W. Va. spent the
PETER FONDAis will raise funds to purchasenew Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green last three weeks with Mr. and
THE NEWELL equipment for the fire visited Mr and !Mrs. Jimmy Mrs. John W. Suttle.
Fighting BUILDING LAWRENCE BLVD ANNOUNCES THE OPENINGOF department. Rowe and family in Sanford

KEYSTONF HIS OFFICE over the weekend. Mrs. T.B. Massey of
HEIGHTS FLA 2l,00 -------------
MAD Columbus, Ga. this
is guest
(R12; tel. MONDAY OFFICE'HNU HOURS FRIDAY. TFL PHONES FOR THE PRACTICEOF Jimmy Gissy made a 4.0 Mrs. Edna Hill of Pasadena, week on Sen. and Mrs
OFFICE .'17.no GENERAL MEDICINE St. Johns Calif., Mrs. Annie Mae Ensorof Charley Johns. '
at River
"' To s u m 5, 5 5. 26 HOME "a STuI average Jacksonville and Mr. and
I AT Junior College this term and is
on the President's list. Mrs. W.G. Godwin and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wells left
=== 132 EAST daughter of Chagrin Falls
Wednesday on a eight day trip
STARKE,FLORIDA Mrs E.I\1. Davis visited her Ohio arrive Thursday to spendten to Morocco and the Canary
It sisters Mrs. P.E. Stone and days with their mother, Islands.
Miss\ Mamie Anderson in Mrs Bertha Pearce. Joiningthe

PHONE: 964-6701 OFFICE HOURS: MON-FRI Archer last week"Mom's" family on Sunday will be Needham Hurst of Indianapolis
Mr and Mrs. EK Smyth and Ind. was Sunday
daughter, Sally of Largo and overnight guest of Mrs. Clyde
Mrs Merrybeth Peacock and Sinclair. His mother, Mrs.
family of Jacksonville. N.K. Hurst, returned to In-

The WordJulia's dianapolis with him after two
weeks visit with her sister,
> Mrs. Sinclair.

!Mr and Mrs. W.G. Godwin
and daughter of Chagrin
(Falls, Ohio arrive Thursday to
I spend ten days with his
mother, !Mrs Eve Godwin

!Mr. and Mrs. H E. McLarin
Ask and daughter of Panama City

were last Wednesday and

Charley Thursday guests of Mrs. O.L.
r Haynes, Sr.
Florist E. --r

!Mr. and Mrs. George

Huggins were camping last
l\Je .Siar4re Johns Wednesday to Sunday at
/ are tnttui lo nave ,r Manatee Springs State Park.

About 'Iliis !\Ir, and Mrs. Clint Taylor of
I most beautiful collection /plants 9647711Julia Question:
(the former Pat
\1 .
{ "Already a home
Collins of Starke) enjoyed a
> &> // wrrs I has been gutted by a trip recently to Nassau and

fire caused by the Freeport.

is ready for Mother's Day, with a I storage of gasoline in Henry L. Cohens and

.,r. .. Let us help you select the perfect gift the home because of William Cliff Rhoden received

"", for wide selection of roses cut flowers the fuel shortage. degrees in Criminology from
I your special lady. the Florida State University
Can an insurance at the graduation exercise in
& blooming plants
corsages company refuse to March.

i' -Jui- the lllom who lilt a to puller in lie ,aJ.II, wt pay a loss caused by !\II', and Mrs. James

'}; have all Ihf loaf, luppliei and acteUoritt lo malt lit. ORDER TODAY hazardous such, an obviously action Montuoro Hopkinsville.and daughters Ky. arrive of

0} Sunday to spend several days
10* Dli<...t 0. Cull riribiM In SUf With K4 with Mrs. Mac her Baldwin.parents, Mr. and '

Charley E. ..

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Newspaper ad foe a sign
301 S. Walnut 964.6214 Starke Call 964-7711 131 S. WALNUT ST STARKE'' company in Roanoke Va.:

.. PHONP 964-6070 "A business with no sign is a
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Southslde JOINT PUBLIC NOTICE Tied for all uses comments
To received
School Newspaper Start Florida Studies Brown, Robin Stern Robin U.S. Environmental Protection within the 3f>day period mill be YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthan NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
By 3rd-4th Graders Jefferson, April Henry Florida an action fa Dissolution. of
Southside will Agency State Prison and Union considered In the formulation of REGISTER 1
soon to
print with their own school go Ms. Lawrence's third-fourth Thresa Perry, LeAnn Flynn, Region IV,Water Enforcement Correctional Institution, Post final determinations regarding Matrimony has been filed FICTITIOUS NAME
newspaper, titled "Jaws." grade room, currently Barbara Aaron Branch Office Box 747, Starke, Florida the permit. Where there Is a significant again /ou and you are requiredto Pursuant to Section 865.09 ,
studying Florida, has launch Three Southside students 346 Courtland Street 32091 serve a copy of your written .
A contest was held to select for its sewage treatment degree of public interestIn Florida Statutes, notice ,Is
an appropriate name. The ed a letter writing campaign earned individual honors. Atlanta, Georgia 30308: plant on State Road 16, (SIC the proposed permit Issuance, defenses If any, to ft on J.J. hereby 'given that the under I
to the Chambers of Kenny Davis with 575 points, 404/881-2328 4952)) WOLBERT JR., Attorney for
winning name was submitted Application No. the EPA Regional Administratorwill signed Willis L. McCallum, Rt. 1, .
Commerce of various cities of April and LeAnn FI'Inwith Petitioner whose address i is 142
Henry FLOQ28240. The applicant hold Box 437 Starke Florida '
by Joy Vallenga who won describes a public hearing. 32091
the state. The students 560 each. The West Call Street P.O. Box
are points high- with 1088,
two I
Southside Sharks T-shirt for discharges to New After consideration) of all doing business under the firm
her entry.Any seeking information via est score possible was a per- River. written comments and of the Starke, Florida 32091, and file name of "MAC'S AUTO ;

room that has pamphlets and maps about fect 600. Southside boys' team Florida Department of En- requirements and policies In the the original with the Clerk of the RECONDITIONING" 411 S.

should submit it to news recreation scenic wonders of won first place honors and thegirls' vironmental Regulation Upon Issuance of the permit Act and appropriate regulations above-styled Court on or before Walnut Street Starke Bradford
Mrs. the area, farming industries team won second place. 2562 Executive Center Circle EPA May 25, 1977, otherwise a judg-
Duncan, sponsor, or to Mike churches andcolleges. may exercise its prosecu- the EPA Regional Administrator County, Florida 32091, intendsto
Christmas, Pertema Brown, schools. EastTallahassee tional discretion and concurrently will make determinations ment may be entered against register said fictitious name
Pam Hawkins or Arthur Dental Health Florida 32301 issue an Enforcement regarding permit Issuance If the you for the relief demanded in under the provision of aforesaid ;
When the
literature is Unit Studied the Petition.
received 904/448-4307 Compliance
Johnson Letter statute.
Studentsare are substantially
reporters it will be displayed in Mrs. Freeman's third grade stating that the WITNESS my hand and the
eagerly Agency will refrain unchanged from those announced Willis L McCallum owner.
awaiting the first the room for the benefit of all class is studying dental Public Notice No 77FL0015 from seal of said Court on the 26th Dated
issue which will be free. enforcing the final by this notice, the EPA this 29th day of Apr,
the students. A display of health. May 8, 1977NOTICE limitations as day of April, 1977. A.D. 1977 t
Succeeding copies will be sold long as the per- Regional Administrator will so at Starke, Florida.
great interest to the class Ms. Purvis, hygienist Instructed GILBERT S. BROWN
for two cents to help the was I mittee puts forth and maintainsa notify all persons submitting AS 4/28 4tchg 519INVITATION
cover made by Melanie Wood-a students in CLERK OF SAID COURT. "
cost of the proper OF PROPOSED good faith effort to meet the \written comments. If the deter-
paper Seminole Indian camp and dental care with Michael ISSUANCE OF final limitations In the shortest minations are substantially By: s/BULEAH MOODY,

Insect ZooMs cooking area showing two Chappell and Doug Carlton NATIONAL POLLUTANT possible time after June 30, changed, the EPA Regional Deputy Clerk. TO BID :

Indian mothers with babies demonstrating the red disclosing DISCHARGE ELIMINATION 1977. Administrator will Issue a public FIRST PUBLICATION: April 28, Sealed bids and/or quota-

grade is Goldberg's second around a campfire.. Melanie tablet. A flouride SYSTEM PERMIT The proposed NPDES permit notice indicating the revised 1977. tions will! be received in the

So far the making collectors an insect of these zoo. made the food and cooking experiment was performed AND NOTICE OFCONSIDERATION contains limitations on the determinations. Requests for PUBLISH: 4/28 4tchg 5/19 office of the Administrator,

crazy critters have been utensils of salt-flour dough showing its effect on an FOR amounts of pollutants allowed to adjudicatory hearing may be Bradford County Hospital 922
and painted them ap eggshell. STATE CERTIFICATIONThe be discharged and was drafted filed after the Regional Administrator East Call Strata P n Rn> inmStarke7Florida'3209l'
Harper, Greg propriately. The class Is carefully in ; rnll.6:00
Wiggens, Kimberly Norman accordance with the pro makes the above- : ,
Hal Wood Amanda watching an experiement U.S. Environmental visions of the 1972 Amendmentsto described determinations. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR p.m., May 19, 1977, for fur :

Vicki Crockrell, Gene Melton, 16 ParticipateIn showing the effects of coke ona Protection Agency proposes to the Federal Water Pollution Additional information regarding BRADFORD COUNTY, nishing the following supplies

Adrienne Mock. Fitness Program tooth. Issue National Pollutant Dis- Control Act (P.L 92.500)) and adjudicatory hearing is available/ FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISIONFile end or services, f.o.b. the Bradford

her beautiful Welty has brought In Eight boys and eight girls charge Elimination System other lawful standards and regulations In 40 CFR 125.:38. or by contacting Number 77-168-CP County Hospital:

collection for the butterfly from each county elementary (INPDES) permits to the facilities The pollutant limitationsand the Legal Support Division((1-2638)) Bread and rolls.

enjoy. class to school participated in the listed below for discharges from other permit conditions are Branch at the address above or Eggs

The Bradford County Physical their sewage treatment plants tentative and open to comment at 404/881-3506. IN RE: ESTATE OF Fuel Oil.

selected reading group, who Fitness Meet on Saturday, (SIC 4952)) The discharges all from the public. A fact sheet containing addI- THOMAS MICHAEL PATRICK, Insurance.Laundry .
name of April 23. I enter receiving/ streams classl-! Persons wishing to comment tional details about the applica- Deceased. and Unen.
"Monkees" for themselves, is The rules and events used In E k.u 0SSeSIST --- upon or object to permit tion and the proposed deter- Medical and Industrial Gases.

These ready to students enter a new book. the AAHPER Physical Fitness ; issuance or to the proposed per minations, a sketch showing the NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO Welding Supplies and
are Sharidy Test were followed. mit ALL PERSONS .
limitations and conditions exact location of the discharge HAVING Equipment.Milk
Harper, James Martin, Events included: sit-ups, are invited to submit same In and additional information on CLAIMS OR DEMANDS end Ice Cream.

Angela Martin Williams, Shane shuttle-run, SO-yd dash, 600- I,05 __ \writing within thirty days of the hearing procedure, is availableby AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Pharmacy and Drugs.

Evette Gainey, Billy yd. run, standing broad jump date of this notice to the Enforcement writing the EPQ adress AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Respiratory Therapy Services.

Congratulations Portis and Cathy Davey. pull-ups for boys and flexed- CBO SPoC- (] Division, U.S. en- above. A copy of the draft INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Estimated needs or amountsare
arm hang for girls. vironmental Protections is YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat available upon request from
*T permit also available from
students, Shaun Schmidt, Hal Participants from Southsidewere OUirvX>B II roWie PDtt/ei EOUifMtMT MOWING, THC Agency, 345 Courtland Street, EPA. The application, com the administration of the the office of the Administrator.Bids .
Wood, and Johnnie Clark for Wayne Wall Wade 'INSTITUTE 5U6OC&Tft Karl May, German author estate of THOMAS will be
VUU KCfcP'<'U Atlanta Georgia, 30308, ATTN: ments received and other MICHAEL opened during the
completing their second grade Pelham, Kenny Davis, Kevin FUILV..\ .> rfoM A uOrf." THEwrtvttr"'AfliVA CISrAN,7 who became famous in the Mona Ellison. The application Information PATRICK deceased File regular meeting of the Board of

math book. They are now Griffin, Curtis Griffin, Willie WNE N" us,.." YOUR MOW f"OWUt'Y6 AREA oR 19th century for his cowboy number and/or NPDES number review are available for Number 77-168-CP, is pending Trustees, 7:00: p,m. on May 19,
beginning work in a third Williams, Mark Townsend "''r-I" and Indian stones about the should be included in the first and copying: at 345 In the Circuit Court for Bradford 1977. The Bradford County
grade math book. Herbie American Wild West never Courtland Street, 3rd floor,
Cooper, Pertema page of comments. Atlanta County, Florida Probate Hospital Corporation reserves
traveled outside of Germany. Georgia, between the Division, the address of which is the right to reject any and all
hours of 8:15: am. and 430;
Bradford County Courthouse, bids and/or quotations or toweive
p.m., Monday through Friday. A
E naOLE "It's s "" ',. copying machine Is available for Starke Florida. The personal any minor technicality or
lptFoeim representative of the estate is Informality in the bids or quota
public use at a charge of 20
William McKinley Patrick, tions received. .
pNce$ I N DMA : cents per page. whose address is Route 1, 'Box Bradford County Hospital
The Florida
an aXanoeA Department of
.jhJ1j1.t 1i : L) 107, Starke, Florida. The name Corporation "
: way. prkal Environmental Regulation has
and address of the
been requested to certify the
representative's attorney are set 4/28 4tchg 5/18
discharge In accordance with
forth below.All .
I the provisions of Section 401 of
persons having claims
the Federal Water Pollution or
Control demands against the estate are ,
Act, as amended (P.L
required WITHIN
92-500)). Comments on issuanceof THREE
certification Including a request -
public hearing, must
be submitted to Mr. John THIS NOTICE, to file with the public hearing will be held

Jackson, NPDES Permit dark of the above court a on May 3, 1977, at 7.30: p.m. in

of to 29% Section Florida Department of written statement of any claim the City Council Chambers at
savings 13 Thursday, Friday and Saturday Environmental Regulation, at or demand they may have. Each the Starke City Hall regardingthe
the state agency address above, must be in writing and City's application for federal
must indicate the basis for the assistance from the U.S.
within thirty ((30)) days of the
claim the name and address of Department of Housing and !
i I I date of this public notice. If a
the creditor his Urban ,
or agent or Development-Community
public hearing is held as described -
ffJ above the state attorney and the amount Development Block Grant r
agency claimed. If the claim is not Program. The
F: will co-chair the hearing In orderto yet primary purpose
receive comments relative to due the date when it will became of the public hearing will be to

state certification. due shall be stated. If the discuss and receive public

OV6 r Pease bring the foregoing to claim is contingent or un comment, on the Housing ,

the attention of persons who liquidated, the nature of the un- Assistance Plan (HAP) portion i

1t you know will be interested in certainty shal be stated. If the of the application. A copy of the :

this matter. claim is secured the security application is available at the ;
c'RPOLYESiR shall be described. The claimant City Clerk's office for public '

Lys1 Itchg 5/5 shall deliver sufficient copies of inspection and review.
the claim to the clerk to enable 4/28 Itchg

von 1m the clerk to mail one copy to

each personal .
SAVE 3.15 SA lie' 1"" s SAVE 5.00COFFEE'S.
JU/ persons interested )in the
20" ELECTRIC FAN SPORT/DRESS SHIRTS VALUED AT 16-118 L- WITH MR. COFFEE III Notice of Administration has Notice is hereby given that I, i

WAS WAS WAS WAI UPyBV The Board of Commissionersof been mailed are required, DOLPH E. REDDISH as sheriff 1

VMM 15.73 IM 3.33 5.88 "I TO aiea 19.88A Control Bradford has declared County Mosquito WITHIN THREE MONTHS of Bradford County, Florida,
excess to
Nugget tool c..* ./..Iet, 'Horn"*, tolM. or prints In Luxury double knit tebrto In Choew S Mows m..go. portoct cup'in Moand 29 FROM THE DATE OF THE under and by virtue of Writ of
are(A blodM. UL.ppro od. _Iron tabrM..S,M,L,XL. solid.. ,plM M...'.2S-41 by PROCTOR B/LEX ...u..m..lulc..otlron."A'. ) disposable. niton,tads the needs of the county a list of FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Execution to-wit: \
vehicles and A
> equipment.
NOTICE, to file Execution issued out of County
SAVE 1'" /,,. 11 t J\ YOUR public sale will be held on May 9, they may have that any challenges objections Court of Seminole County, \
QUAKER STATEOUTBOARD CHOICE! 1977 between 8 and 12 a.m. by Florida
-r.. the validity of the decedent'swill pursuant to a Final I
sealed bid
j method. The place of
the qualifications of the Judgement for Hid!) Construction :
n: MOTOR OIL OT. f s1rI sale is at the Mosquito Control personal representative, or the Inc. and against Jack W.
Water end Brownlee
yard at
r ,;''-,,," venue or jurisdiction of the Southard defendant In the
: 77 c 1 '. Streets behind the City Fish and court. amount of $1,54600 togetherwith
i 1 W AI..ensSA ":/B"- ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, costs of collection.

"" AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Have seized and have in my
0 ," .!.:.... CONDITIONCrane FILED WILL BE FOREVER possession the following
lie' 18" ) crawler and bucket Fair
1 VALUE PLUS! VALUE PLUS! SAVE UP TO t5* Hiboy Trailer Fair BARRED. described personal property to-


May 5, 1977.WILLIAM. 1970 Ford Country Squire

44WAS54C -lIIgw_ "ICI DISC> 166 i 4.44 .14.88 TOtMSoMd UP 1 ..66VALUE /r ro/Leco 11v Fogging Mach. Good Station Wagon, I.D. No.

.:;.-=., Colorrd.IMCIMf ol. ,.,..*A C.r tr.. Nbrle. Mobs orsolid. This .(sunk dose HI or.It.......tub. 1 >... Leco Fogging Mach. McKINLEY OE76Y257473As j
.oMd..mon'..|....S. M,L. .A p1.10.. 51...19-41. Como../.upp...knIt hort*...tL 120/gal hr Fair PATRICK As Personal Representative -
; r of the Estate of the property of the above.1' .
SAVE 1.00 ( taco Fogging Mach.
: .. menusiCAST THOMAS MICHAEL PATRICK, named defendant and that on .
I hr
BIG 24" 120/gal Fair Deceased. Tuesday the 31st day of May,
.. PORTABL IRONSKILLET 1961 Ford Pick-up F-100 Fair 1977 at twelve o'clock Noon on

BUG GRILL SET 1960 Ford Pick-up F-100 Fair ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL said day on the premises of the
1963 Ford E-100
REPRESENTATIVE: George H. Bradford County Jaityard I will
A9VALUE a'f) 1967 Chevrolet 1/2 ton Pick Pierce, P.O. Drawer 1030 offer for sale and sell to the

/\6: din f fSA SC.PRIC1 up taco Fogging Mach Fair Starke, Florida 32091. highest bidder for cash in hand,
Telephone: 904/964-5701. the above described property of
( 120/gal I hr Poor 5/5 2tchg 5/12 said defendant to satisfy the
:::::J Junk Items (any offer)
PLUS lie'20 SAVE 24* PiCEUASICOOKWARE SAVE 23* aforesaid Execution.


HANDLE9SC WAS 144NMtly 1.96 rmCO.37O DISC f at f va.WAS" 2s.3 SALE 5/5 4tchg 5/26

eollorod plckt- ( DIsc.NICe .A_ _eel *nmol onHimrnMtTi. Wn or baby. dot tonglh.. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Notice is hereby given that I,
DIIC. PRICE front tlylo, colon. I-XL. shahMsoIaVL0.11.. d .4 pn.I''lid. *. Nylon./_....... S.M.L.DIAMOND REGISTER DOLPH E. REDDISH, as sheriff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
VALUe'US, s under and by virtueiof Writ and
VALUE PLUSt rilA Pursuant to Section 865.09 FLORIDACIVIL
,. 4 LB. SAQ REFILLABLE --- Florida Statutes, notice is here- Execution, to-wit: ACTION
l t CHLOROANEDUST. .. CIGARETTE I by given that the undersignedDon Execution issued out of Circuit CASE NO.77-58

yg 10% LIGHTER E, Champion, P.O. Box 177 Court of Bradford County, R.O. SIMMONS and WILUE M.
= .,/ Starke Florida 32091, doing Florida, pursuant to a Final SIMMONS his wife Plaintiffs.

1.98SGCYd t fc' ISAVI1.30 business, under the firm name of Judgement for THE FLORIDA -vs-


BATTERIES," 838 N Temple Florida and against K. KING, his wife, Defendants.
BAli' 14% Avenue, Starke Florida 32091.
Uf PLUS! VALUE PiU.VVINYL FIRST SUAVE SAVE 15" Intends to register said fictitious BROOKER defendants in the NOTICE OF SALE '

RUG RUNNERSTO QUALITY Mt S SHAMPOO fLADIES' JOY BRAS name under the provisions of amount of 4524.18 together NOTICE is hereby given that 1'1
CHLORINE BYHTH PROTECT CARPETS FOR ACTIVE BOYS S OZ. STRAWBERRY -, BY LOVABLE aforesaid statute. with costs of collection. pursuant to the Final Judgment ;

2 LBS. DlIC. OR SAFETY 2s 3.33WAI Don E. Champion owner. Have seized and have In my entered in cause numbered 77- :
2.97 W 1'tIIC. 6601'tIIC. X3.97PNywlw.Mlsrl cat. SHAVER Dated this 21st day of Apr!, possession the following 68 In the Circuit Court of Bradford -

-S m..P .... or 100% 2* 1 I 1.27 /*** kin A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. described personal property to- County, Florida, I will sell
MICE awm.dn..min6Sh
DISC ah..e fr.m e.Id a else'. esII51L.t SsLr., Fta Was Ut as J f WAS 140vALuepiusi ..._ SIM U-4O A-S-C. 4/215tpd 5/12 wit: the property situated In Bradford
1972 Grenadier Mobile Home, County, Florida, described as:
3 BR, 1.3/4 bath Model

Number CK, Manufacturer'sSerial LOT 10, BLOCK 11. TEMPLE'S




As the property of the above COUNTY FLORIDA.at .
IN RE:: The Marriage of named defendants and that on

LUE PLUS! COMPLETE S-PIECE VALUE PLUS SAVW13. COMFORTABLE DOROTHY FULLER, Monday, the 16th day of May, public sale, to the highest

I CL COOKIE INFAVONiTE NYLON LUGGAGE SET UATHaIW.OOIC! VINYL FOAM-CUSHIONED WEDGE! LOAFERS VINYL Wife/Petitioner, 1977 at twelve o'clock Noon on bidder for cash,at the front door

FLAY S CASUALS FOR MEN WOMEN'S WIDOWS WITH BRAID TRIM CAMP MOCCASINSWAS and said day on the premise/ of Rt. of the Bradford County Courthouse -

32.4ODISCOUNT ROBERT STANLEY FULLER 1.Box 48, Brooker Florida I will in Starke, Florida, between "

3sf MICE = 5.77 1.94: =597 2.66 ItusbendReepondent.NOTCEOF. offer for sale and sell to the 11:00: a.m. and 1;00 p.m.,

f--- ..- .....- MM rhrOTH e FS** MM, RIeMN. M..n .line. ddygwIN 'vies" III s.N pSet.N. .....-.lnr.-*.IN VNp' app.i lies 1.11. ..... ) SUit- highest bidder for cash In hand, on the 18th day of May, 1977.
.1. ..... ...... W.W. W.*f.ar MM* ......alma.5455. ,.a. save aMeNraA III.....LN ......M OL TM,......... W.blp.srupe-.... the above described property of 'GILBERT S. BROWN AS )
._ NO PROPERTYTO said defendant to satisfy the CLERK OF THE SAID COURT .

EAGLE THE CONVENIENT I'' | : Reg. & King SUper 1 Qq'E aforesaid Execution. By: Beulah M. Moody Deputy "

Op..n Ontario, CsBforrts, 81764. 4/214tchg 5/12 Itchg 6/5 \

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Pag 4B TELEGRAPH May S. 1977

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NOTICE OF TAX SALE JC1/NOUN. AfAT' uoj| | M .... RAYMOND 14 G WANETTft AL .o'7WOU. .Cl39.6 ILL IB 0.0NO.PS 81
AT 10(09' 0.. LOT I.f HUN NLY ALONG W GORY OP LOT IS. CON AT 9 r COM.SC.. ft 2i2.44'TO .Pn-.CONT N ?OO< .8 .00' .. 200' r tom SEC ;:**TO 8 :/. no'.. 106
200 TO POM NLV ON w 12.46ELY 165 SLY ON E BDRV OF e 100/ : CON 75.N 79 S 101' TO COO

LOT 19-A IS!...*' WLV I""' TO fUa IN LOOTS E OF RV $ 3.87 { ." 6.12 6.IS .9>1.I6 .188.68B.8* ...7. 1.19 8287.00_

Notice is hereby given that on the 1st 5ci6.7v *2.9r ....2 i.rs 896.si ---------------------**"--------------------------
--------------------- -- 15 6 S 12 .IJ -OOIOJl 10.00 074809CCUPCH .a .. $5 loei-ooBoo 0..1.
;:; iii- '

day of June 1977 beginning at 12:00 MvuRS A 0 e/o FRANCES CRAWFORD SI/2 OP $l/2 TOP ..!. NEI/ COM ? OP*.ICof.; ] .*:* .' TSO*. I 119 7O POB.I08-tYeses *
.u..a 'tlfO .
ALL BLK 12 w OF OLD LAWTFV G MIOOLS8UKG RO IN LAWTEV E D "'.Li-l6. .9.87 (2.S5 iaS.00 TS TO C. OESC OR .- *
... 8B.OT ....0 .5... llg?
1-A IN 1l \ICOR --------------------------------- -- .
Noon at Starke County of Bradford 61.21 1205 17.61$3.15 .0 .i--i 22OfllOO 0205-0? ---------_---.J..1.------ -
: 0546.17
.. --. *-- *--... CREWS OONNie'N 229 SLEEPY HOLLOW OR $5 8B .! .60300900
23 3 a*--i-------------------------------------0460tUPOMN 1190 18' S OF 5tr COM OF SI/1 OF Nwl/4 OP OP MAC JENKINS ST
S l/4 SEI/4. N IlvlLS tl
State of Florida tax sale certificateswill GfClRGS EST BPTTVe J PIEDLOTS 100' 160'.S 100' .! I6O TO POP.ss.lt COM AT SW tUCY C ]...S' N ? t ISO* .D 10.. (

12 AND 13 $/0 C.P ILK IM1N TOWN OP LAITY E "I.M I '! .65 >2.8 S3.IS 62.76 784 101 8 7 101 TO BEO. DISC al IT.O8

SO" UK LCT 14. 1/2 UNO IV INT TO JOYCE LEE WALKER ---- ---------------"----------------- ---- 8174.3O 88.38 89.13 ... _
be sold on the following described """""' 17 6s"ia i$?* 7oo""oo '- ------------------ --- ----

.IS.12 ...a ....) .3. Ti **.0.10i ALLDREOOe WAYNP LEI RT 1 BOM I3-P II 68 81 1683-OIOOO 01B16DANIELS
----------------- ___-- COM AT Nil COO OP SII/4 OP *. toLY < ..TII) LEE S HIT JENKINS ST
land to the -- ------- -- N lRUN 10*} R/. OPST
amount due
for the POB. E
pay 2) as ; IB09 0146-07 BU. SON BO ] 701 FOB "08. CONT ON RO 1.5. 12641. HOLY AT SW CON OP 19,45* N 790 B 30O FOR IO9I46196.37

taxes herein set opposite the same CUM AT SP UP LOT 17 RUN W PAR WITH LAKE AVP 3OPT. N 234.07 .7.01 811.OS $1.>5 ..aO..d9ji2 5 .9 J.!..-*r_81.J8 *lI7.N-. -

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; ;00 39loO "oi08-oT 3 1 6S.. 2691-OOIOO

** PY .. ...J ..7. ".** 819.31 ; DAVIS MILTON III* LA.AI ST
together with all costs of such sale and .._ N OADSDEN IT 300' C OP NE COP INTER OP OLD ? G LAMAR ST.
BE a
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----------------------------- -------- ,5IS''NT POP ALL VACANT LOTS OXNKO BY CARP N IOO4 160* S 100'0 SO* TO BIO

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BOX 3 i 69.01 61.IS
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1(I News

by Elizabeth Walker Young Adult Choir

Phone 964-6GK3 every Wednesday
the second and fourth

NAACP MeetingA The Silent Workers

called meeting of Brad Tuesday night at 8 p -- .."r- -

ford County Branch NAACP class meeting. WANTED Ud r* MAPLE BUNK BEDS. SWIMMING

met Wednesday night a vices will begin with Irigerator washers. and k AUTOMOBILES Excellent. Condition. Can bo deluxe above POOLS ground-,

Greater Allen Chapel A.ME. School 10 a.m. atove.. In good condition. f FOR SALE used aa twin bed. Phone aluminum and ateel pools

church. Worship II am. All Dahmer'a Dlaeount 782-3786 or 782-3690. Itpd (1311| repossessed by bank -- --- ....
Details for the annual are asked to : TF/Chg 5/5 will ..critic/ Phone collect :; ""
-- -- --- fI'!!!
activities of the 1972 VW SUPER BEETLE. ((904I-398-5103) day or ,
are being completed. ,
banquet Macedonia "' Clean good tire.. run lJood.p.lat.d 19" SEARS COLOR TV. .evening. 3/3 TF/Cbg i -
All interested members and HOMES FOR SALE red. 1200. Phone Portable, and Older. Console ;Jf

citizens are invited to attend. Church Law ley, 473-4656. Itpd 5/5 Stereo Phone 485-1058.

We are planning for a better Butler, pastor. --- -- --- Itchg' 55SOFAColonial GUNS FOR SALE 22', CtrWiIlt
HOME-4 bed- 25' and 38'. old at D.h-
Class ,
for your entertainment night Bible PINTO STATION WAGON -- -- -- -- -
program 2 bath living room.
This event will Meeting\ 'family room 1974 low mileage air- Style, mer'a Dlacount. TF/Chg!! _

In held at the /Holiday Inn on (Community prayer fireplace room., CiliA Indoor conditioned, disc brake Orange Clean Good ALUMINUM WINDOWS -. I -J

ldl: ) in Starke at 8:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a. room one acre, 2172 I20OO or bt offer Phon. 5631.Condition Itchg 100.5/5 Phon. 964- Single hung and ...aln... 36 ...... --..... I .
Saturday, May 14 Speaker ning Worship II am q. ft. Phone 9645784. 964-5390. llpd 5/5 a 8 $S8.50 30 x 27 .
-- -- -- .4
will be Kev W Don Pel ham. Worship 5 p,m. / t 4 tpd 5/5 CHEVY-- -VAN- -1971-- -long- DINING TABLE 36" T46". 111.50.18. x 52 115.50146

The cooperation of everyone is The third Sunday - - - wheel b.... need mlaorrep.lr. [with leal 36" 70") and 6 x 52 127.00. MANY Cecelia Terwlllegar

needed for success. (May! 15)) (ho Annual : SPEC1AL- 900. Phone 964. matching chair. 90. 1320 OTHER SIZES. BARGAINCENrER301SoitliiUncb.g'

Day' program( will outside. city limit on 8243. Itchg 5/5 Blending St.. Saratoga ; PREFERRED PROPERTIESLooking

Church sews Everyone is invited ... Power 2/3 acre. lot -- - -- Height. Itpd 55EVERYTHING SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR
: pine. 3 Bit Home, in -- -- -- -
Notice! It was! an oversighton and make this a 1971'OLVO 164. A/C. SALE 10 percent above
the part of the Staff of the event\ | condition cheap- AM/FM 4 Speed Good NEEDEDto eo.t. Olln1. Mobile Home for a tax shelter? Distinguished, S unit
Bradford the ). Phone Wayne at Condition. 11750. Phone 964- go Into bulldozing and dirt Service. Highway 100W., modern, rental apartment on Temple Ave. Ample
Telegraph Deliverance .\ "- 99L or Art at 4732039. 5371. Itch, 55PLYMOUTH hauling bualneas. Complete St.r..... Phone 964-5606. .
Community News was! not / 'U /.hl( price 111,500. Phone 468- parking area.Spacious
- - -- -- TF IChlJ
printed last week It was levlvul! Center. ; - - - 1973 GTX. 1551. 4/21 TF/chg -

turned in. :Nightly'; May 2-6 with !! HOUSE with brick P/S. P/B Radio AlT 440 -- -- - WATSON'S HOUSE OF "Old is Better" home on Madison. Large

Free Cunnan True Churchor Evans of Palatka in living room. dining Engine '/> 50. Phone 468- WINNEBAGO FIFTH VACUUMS many branda landscaped lot with storage house.

(;xl In l'nity. Hev Samp Sunday School 10 : : /. .. combination; 2882. WHEEL 28 feet ell-. of new vacuum Used

.sonhite. p.istor Tuesday Morning Services I 1/2 baths. CH/A. On :!,1it.d5': : contained. ; loaded excellent machine nvallable. Expert "Live the Good Life of Hampton Lake"- have

Meeting.Vectnesday mediately following: acre. outside city limit '73 NOVA CUSTOM. condition! 16700. Phone 782. 'repair, all make Parts and the best for the discriminating buyer.
night Prayer Services. 7:30: p m. : by owner. Phono PS/PB. AlT Radio. 1750 3347. 4/21 3tchg 5/5 accessories. for all vacuum
\ night 7:30:
5HO. 4/14 4tpd 5/5 - -- -
Service Sunday be a car wash negotiable. Last chance on Built-in central vacuum Needed: '1 to 10 acres of prime land for a Jol! !'".
Tarr HOME LOT with
> ing - - this bargain. Moving next MOBILE .).hm.. 404 NW lOtS
Sihool 10 a.m :Morning 7. on the corner of HOME. 1972. 12' week. Phone 964.5836 or tee well and optic. tank. Small Avenue. Gaineavfll. Phone Needed: $25,000 Homes in good repair.Of .

Worship\ a ,m Kvemngnrship : Jenkins Streets in ', 3 BR. Air, Equity/$300 at 616 Pinewood Dr. Itpd down payment. Phone 468- 3.!!-!.!!. ._ TF/Chg!! _
\\ 7Io.lireater:: Elder: James Albert \ 4 aume payment 3 5/5 1551. 4/28 4tchg 5/19. Special Interest: 2 nearly new homes on Pratt

; Bethlehem oastor.. ./ )' payment -- -- --- - - Street which require 2 and 3 thousand down and mo.

Phone 782-3961 alter OLDS 95. 1970 Gold with HATCHING EGGS. wild MOTORCYCLES I payments of approx. S160.
lrec" \\ill Itaptisl. (Chuifh Kev |
'i2'.f' ,,, .
Williams \.. pm. 5/5 Itpd. Black. Vinyl Top. Very clean turkey, jumbo bobwhlte
Jasper pastor - - - J.M. Edward, 9645379.
895. Phone 9648054. Itpd Fuel conscious? Downtown 4 bed-
a cosmospolitan
Service Schedule as follows: is not
A a
light year SALE OR RENT 1971 5/5 4/28 4tpd 5/19.
:MotuLi) night t the Tiny Tots ment of time but of Mobile. Home, .:_ _ SUZUKI OF STARKE room. Priced right.
- - -- -
hiMrt.e .it I 7:11I.:: Tuesday / Phone 9648524. RCA and GE T.V..i your authorized Suiukldealer.
It is the distance a ray IMDGE CORONET. 1967, .
Phone 964-6020. 1640
night l'ra>Meeting: (it 7-30:: in / Itpd A/T. P/S A/C.1450. Phone964SOOO Complete set ol WO.on Golf Are you a restorer? This large home on Bessent
would travel South Walnut ((301 south In
\\ liifMl.iy night Senior Choir - - - or 964.5450. Itchg Club! Kenmore. ....b..r.. SUrke.l. TF ICh Road is for you..Approx. 3 acres with many lovely

,leluMi-sal'. Thursday night, about six trillion miles!In.tSSIt'I"U VENEER. 3 BR. 2 4/28. Further Info phone 533- trees. _ _

CH/A Carpet. Phone. -- 2811. 4/28 2tpd 5/5
I 1I0llr sit the -
:\l.y. >. story i .
!'In n'h. 1'richiy night Junior : 1I53. 5/5 Itchg. GRAND PRIX. 1976 S.J., -- - - POTPOURRI I : Excellent Investment 1)) :

Choir and Usher Hoard No. 2 - - - 14.000 mile, lo.ded. 500, SWIMMING POOL SACRIFICE Oemorest home with spacious grounds-zoned '
HOME 3BR. 2 Bath.
Take over paymenta. Phone leading distributor commercial. I
\\ illl1lt'l'l. for n'hl'ltrlollllllld 6 H.VTF.S ) Carport Utility Room ..
9647197. Itchg 5/5 has deluxe aluminum pool f
in Stilurda' the I C.mC'ircle !Nice Lot Drape. & ...- ((2)) Green Property with home (needs renovating)
p left from 1976 .....
over .a.
will .sell dinners Ironi! the Deadline for Included. Phone. 1/2 price. guaranteed initallatlon OEOROC. .ROBeRTS. on 1 acre plus 2 large wooded lots.

kitclu-n Sunday services will 1'"('sda>' noon Itpd 5/5 and term.. Phone t IIISIIIMCE...a ((3)) Pecan grove, 10 acres cozy home, nice out

I Ifgin \\Ith Sunday School 9:30:: Thursday before : - - - i FOR SALEONE I collect ((904] 3846156. TF- nu niitiNorm building
BLOCK Tempi Av*
.1 m :Morningnrship 1111 m. cation. : /Chg _ g55 '.'
:. 3BR I B.th. $800
I IIIIIIWI'Si11lw sold Ironi t the ) ..a and take. over low COUCH AND CHAIR SALE -
kitchen bv the Senior Choir ACRE with house. and Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar
:Minimum charge ( Payment or $14,000. 1169.95 .up Dahmer'eDi.count.
Kvfiling: Worship Ii p m with (It'oci'S 13 \\ ) 964-5836 or see at 616 deep. well SR16.located 7 Phone miles 2/3 TF/Chg ( JiF' 206 West Madison Avenue
went S6.500.
\\ "l1Il'n Home :Mission in Each word over ... Drive.. Itpd 5/5 on m Starke Florida
431-1421 after 5:30:
>.'luii-go Visitors: are. alwa>':s III) cents - - - Itchg 55LUMBER FOR SALE mobile home
.\ elcomeHist '. HOMES. Will Build 3 parts and auppllea. OLIN'SMOBILE OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
-- - --- 3 LR DR. Lg.
2 Bath home nle..h.ded HOME SALES, BR. 1 41A', -
lioui liuii-h of HieI on HOMEPHONE9645145Lillian
classified Pine & .
All Cypress.
100 Starke. Family Room Fireplace
lots In Highway West ,
I 1.1III (iotl. Kklor: S.\'. must. be paid for Keystone Cut to your Build. Joe phone 9645606. TF/Chg 20 acre with .bat%,
$28.500 CH/A
i'ohi-iis. p.istor.. Tuesdax night vance IInll'i8OU! *Dishwasher Range Griffi, 3 mile out of Stark | Graham terms.Country .
.. t't 11\ Pi-aver Service established .rp..t. on Rd. 230. 5/5 3tpd 5/19 FOR SALE Diamond - -
P an .... W.W. Co. Building
-- -- -- -- -- needle lor any itereo. over Club Estates 2
I ru i YARD SALE M.6" 7 247 different have
one we lots reaionable.
:M-ixifi1 Suiulav hfhiKil! 10)::30 / very
thai event SI 10:30 Go N. Rd. 16 them all. Dahmer' Dl-
: .m. on
- Real Estate
.1 i m :\l Imnlllgo..hlp: I II i :30a lunge for ( - - -
to Morgan Road Turn left at count. TFChgQHARTERHORSE New block home In town 3 C. Pearson
a I m i Kvfiling: Worship 8:00p : 'responsible. for / IIOtEyro.! old. Handy Way Second Dirt BR 2 B, LR. C/lliA, 32 acre oil Sit lOll Just

l m V 1 P,(' W' Kveningsf : uhrn given \' 2 b.lh. carpet utility Road past Primitive Baptiat : large garage, quite area Real Estate South of City. Good

i v ice 7:4"ntioili >. plume or wiien '( CH/A. 4 mi. North of Church. Itpd 5/5 AQIIA. Gentle bay Bullion, corner lot.Sev.ral timber. $55.00O.)
". oft 301. $27,000.( ) for pleasure .ho... Before
\ :Mission.il. > !It.iptist nut tvped anil - --- -- or - -- -
(hard 1 Hev( I Dennis Strong. ,he office. 9646915. 4/21 GARAGE SALE. Sat., 8-5 5:30 phone 964-7064: after 6 commercial lots on STARKE 22 Acre* SIt 16 Went.
/. Cozy 2 BR frame bornecentral
11i0.tt)1. Service! activities: aslollous 6"I" and Sunday II. til. 515 Alton p.m., 7823050. 3/31 TF/chg 301. lot- High dry and wooded.
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air-large ,
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Itchg - $27,000.
/ Thursday night
/ : 115,500.
- -- - 3 BR 1 bath block con- - -
I 'rai el'h.t'li: ng. Sunday ('RES double wide GARAGE SALE. 842 W. MOBILE HOME .tructlol, LR, Family -- I I..... home Silver Sand.
xfliool) I in .1 i m :Morning l I
si'i; I'v ice I II I a,m Kveningvi : / HELP 'II/A.ln Lawley on Ml 225 & 7. Two FamQiea, Good PARK - Fla. Power 15000. adjoining acreage available

!'\'ice (Ii i p m, ..l off I'.S. 301. $17,000, Variety. Itpd 5/5 9 acre. pasture land 8.7 -100-S- $28,000.

\ /ion ,\.:\1.1'IIIII'I'h.: : onlact M.M. Jordan phone -- -- - -- Inside City Limit reasonably priced Just off aere-cor at 100 - -
'OlIPA: : A 115,500.
I-E.M4LF.: ( ,
I.aw It., Hev Richard Hethel.Motor 1.1.:,.. in. light iutiea. 1!, 3/2!TF/Chig!! YARD SALE. Sat, May 7, Walk to Bradford Square SR 16, N.W. of town. ---- 3 BR block houne. with 2
: Butler Rd. ol Butler acreaoil BrownIes Road.
Service activities tislollows (Corner Or Downtown - -
: I off; ....r)' negotiable. HOUSE on 10 acre* facing SR 230 and
A Alton Rd..), 9-5 curtains, Very nice large frame 21400.
I Sund1SdlOul I 10i Wilson Road 122000.
benefit your < bednpread ladle shoes, house. lot in town - -
Morning: Service 11 1 a in. Phone $30 Per Month on corner --- -
i : by contractor using girl dre****, ladle dre. ***., 3 BR, 2 bathe, C/H4A 1 to 137 acre oil !SR 100
< ommumon will be given III Itch* 55sIw .. very beat material All city ConvenIencesFir. 5V.cre* facing two graded .
furniture from $1,100acre.Owner
.. I baby thing, come Protection largo garage. South
..Police road 19000. I
- dockbou
i ho 4 serviceNiw - ADd Many
p.m. and ml... items. Given by 4 financing.
U'lht'lI1.: .. loll.ln DOG .: : .in feature Will tak l.milie.. I In case ol rain will City G**.Water and 15-20 acre tract high land -- :.. I

ll.iist\; | ( Chinch. Hev LH.IM NEI. :I>CU. Marl now a* down payment be postponed to later date. Sewer on paved road Graham 36.35 acre $56.500 2 and one.hall to 200) acre
purebred don for .. 468-1551. 4/28 Motel - -
>. is. Pastor Wednesdayighi (iet highent national /.. Itpd 5/5. Jo-Lu area Term LAWTEY !North of Lawtey. From t
- - $.1.3011IIWD.r financing -
: Praver meeting and We ...It all new. .. : 964-88107"' - Small 5 room frame house ,
- - Hen. .
FOR SALEi Laying home. 2 .
1-3-6 *
I I'.iblo i I'lass 730.: Saturday qualified. Po..ibl. \\() BEIROOM FRAME Lake acre on IA acre $12,000.
50 cent each. Go to miles N.W. ol Stark. - -
'night: at 7 pm, all >oung one-hall acre ot )' with two-car garage, Butler. south on 121 to HYGAIN NO,1 - - Restricted building lots

1 'upll'orthl'chUI'l'h t are asked! ground into furnlahed. 262 S. Duke. West on 239-A 40CHANNELSRETAIL Frame house In town. 2 19.8 acres with nice 3BR near Country Club. Owner

I ii meet with the pastor root. Call or writ ( St., Stark Phon. bout 7 mile., look for bedroom. LR, kitchen FR. Iramo home, 150.000. financing.
your phone. ) 4/28 -- -- ; i
iiud.iv. School< I'1O a.m. :Mor- TF/chg .I.a. Roger Johnson 496- SALE Very reasonable. _
tug \\'orship. I 11 I a.m. At 3 P m.lit' KENNELS:: : 376 Leo -- - - 3795. 5/5 2tchg 5/12 585.00 ... - Commercial bldg. $15,000. Hampton Area, 40-225
L. ---
and. congregationill Shreveport. HOME. 1973 -- - -- $139.95 Frame house in town 3
paMor ( 865- 567. 5/5 61.h. .. bedroom CaD 9644226 29 acre 33500. acre. Start at $625acre I'
\ ( ,' service at I Starke .. - - 6 weekday. .11 FOR SALE File 100...... MOUNT bedroom. 2 bath living ----- / to 1900.cr.oEED *.
p.m. TRUNK
in .sing I Home Communion guide and card. Everything room, 2 car carport Beautiful farm 51.8
ELrClRlCIAN: : weekend. 4/28 2tpd 5/5 ANTENNA Walnut acre ------
ill IK- given in the G pm. Helper.. Only .e.p. - -- -- you need. for liming a $5.00 atorage area. on 301. Brick homo with 2 !\% acreage. Small or

ei v'ice .ppl)'. Phone !\ HOME! 3 tiling .v.tem. AD lor/ale at $19. 5 Street fireplace. 3 BR 2 Baths. large In Hampton area.
on - -
5/12 : The Office Shop plume 964- CH A, barn fenced - -
KlH-m'/er: H.iplist ( hurrh.lev 2trhg with
with 2 rental mobile 3 BR 2 bath CB home
5764. TERWILLEGARMOTORS 195400. 24 Acres 100))) it. on SR 16
- -- planted pasture
: I..H Davis pastor ..* all for $35.000.) large FR In town Very
-- Wet. 38000.)
-- building -
l iicsdav, night 7:30.8:1C1: ) :: BIble owner financing nice.
Need email Term
Mudv( : Thursday. night prayer. I PERSONAL 964.8253, after 4pm. 9447200Mobile - acreage &
bldg. lois Lawtey - -
IU'l'IIIIJ.t. 7-8 p.m. Sunday f SERVICES 3 TF/Chg House Cleaning 2 BR I bath frame In town.Mobile customers waiting.ASSOCIATES .area 20 Acre Railord area .

'H-IIIMI! 10 a m B.T U 5 p mNew Home - Dairy barn well &
--- - - --- pump.
home with large
: Hope Baptist Church.lev - - BEDROOM BLOCK SpecialAny 130,000.)
Service Poles addition en 1.8 acres oil __
I..W : sIll do Babyaitting 15 located 964-7154
Mosely. pastor. on aero Single Story 301 South. Owner flnan- Lola Zipperer or 6 beautiful acre with
MTV'ice activity. I i i Choir home.. Saratoga miles west. of Liwtey on /House $29.95TsoStory 1OO AMP da. 782-3397. Pecan tree, 2BR Frame
Phone 9648H4J. .225-A. Completely built- Lillian P ron ,
ehearsal: Tuesday night at 7 House
- house, stove, refrigeratorA
l I' m and. Saturday afternoon 5/5 \ \ .kitchen carpet, central 39.95 to 69.95 I2O"2OO 3 BR, I bath CB home REALTOR ....h..r.. Th..r.. ..... area
- - .. and air. Recently
vgmning; al4 p.m. Sunday DRIVERS AUTO' .. at $48,500. Call 782.ap- None Higher AMP with FR. very. nice. Lawtey, Florida 120,000.____.
-chtHil 10 a.m.1olher's: Day PAINT SHOP. H.. ( 4/28 Ztchg 5/5 Mobile Homes 19.95 208"WMKB swimming pool la town. 782-3806

at I II 1 a m. !Mrs Doris Have buyer for .
program a 21. Keystone This Is a pressure and r'$) GEORGE ROBERTS JR. *

I lleastie. spl'ukl'r11 choir Complete. Body chemical cleaning 411.7 W.U.WggKaaW R.g.Real Estate Broker --

memheis are asked. to please Painting. 5/5 Ztchg ) BRASINGTONCadillac guaranteed( to remove Pboa.9647826OPEN WE HAVE OTHERS!
for rehearsal.! - - Oldsmobile FAULKNERE PHONE RALPH BK VANREALTOR
III,' present mildew bugs stains, 44S-215S
:\lt. :.Mullah and Pleasant AVON CALLING Sales & Service Saturday A.M. 964.8788Day.

drove l'nit..dI.thndl't: or ...11.oa phone Selection I etc.Call Collect 964-8961
Of U ted -----------1 ID A Night or
Church I'a.rish.. Rev Willie. or write Loma ( I after 6 WeekendAiMciate.
Can Taken On p.m. 'm I
Ho* 220. Lake City,
Still!. pastor Tuesday night Cadillac Trades 4/2l,5/5 | Drilling L
TKCJjig:: _. ___
pra.> er meeting. Rehearsal THOMAS 126 S. Water St.Stark.Flonlda. *
will be held each day for I the PIANO TUNING- : N.W.13 378-5301 m J 2"! thru 6" T REALTOR Art Patray

:Mothers Day program at Bought and aold. \ GAINESVILLEBefore Flo-r land Realty I REALTY 964.50115 473.2039
George' 1228 l Fast yR.
5.U::\(). Sunday School 9:30: llpdNEFD Wayne Dougla .
... 1976 12' 65 Mobil. *
\ Day program U Drilling Equipment x
- - business with nice apartment 621 North Walnut St. ] 964-6991
Home with Expando. 3 BR
an, : HOME 1:11: on 1.88 acres; with .., Florida 32091 or
1 and three-fourth B
Pleasant drove every first MF.NTS OR 40726 ft. on 301. 964-6162 I STATE LICENSED 964-6593
Washer ....
and second Monday night 7-30:: DONE? lor IIr..pl.. \ -- (formerly A J.Thorn. I teve, rfrlg. and furolihIng -

young adult choir rehearsal. wedded kitchen. Buy A Cheap way to get your own Real Eatato) { Pumps"i Included. All in excellent
Tuesday night!( rehearsal was additloa*, gang.*. bu.lne. Prim. location condition. FOR SALE All kind of
held for the !Mothers Day closed carport. ph.. 45' i 55' Bid email ami. 3 bedroom tram house In i office borne, and school up-
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Mobile down. Let show this Breaker on 4 lot, .. Come Th Office
cu* firilll, a* you pavestreet II. by
Re 1 and
II 3BR. threefourths
program( at 6 p.m. Wednesday New UsedrSalesPartsService 964-5764 for
property. | Shop or phone
night in t'acheek prayer T.! L_ .____ B. Brick bom.
Home - -- .....ic..
meeting Thursday night BILL'S SAW SHOP 10 A; 12 percent down. 3 bedroom frame hou.o Me neighborhood.

i tonight I Bible Study at 7 p m. pleto sharpening B.I. in 10 y... between Railord and Lake I I II 28900.
School 10 See -- Butler on one acre. E-Z Terms
Sunday a m. circular hand l I II Farm A Acer. 24 aero ol LONGCHAMP
Mother's Day program at 3 chain mower. blade Lot in Starke. 150' 150' --- I I II beautiful woodland. Pecan, Home and Building
15.000. Modern 2 bedroom home :
pm ground and balanced. : John heat I II oak, and scattered pl...
-- with plumblrLI
carport Materials
: and at Jackson Building
(iod'sllrade --- -
2 BR Frame Henao on ... and atr,aael lanced In back
Deliverance "For All People Marko or Kyton half I I Re*. 3BR IB Brick onapprei -WE BUILDI -

Church of God and HollneM. TF/Chg: 473 3J75 acre-lot.- yard. -- I l New Installation I .2A with nice pecantroo 'Your' Plans Or Ours

Inc. Elder: Singleton pastor. ALCOHOLICS 4 BR Brick airs area F. Delano Thomas *. Good Tsrms.Waterfr.atWe I I Your Lot Or Ours"

Sunday morning Sunday MOUS auechil short walking distance t. Reg. Real E.UI Broker. } Remodeling --- have

School 10 a.m Morning lor pooplo who .. town. Ev...*...ad. I I waterfront FREE ESTIMATES
and -- 533-2210 J Repairs'I Remodeling Repairs
Worship II a.m.Sunday. STOP drinking I .
topped. Meeting. 3 BR. C.B. 110.... Nice Additions
service 7:30.: Weekly
evening --- -

services as follows: Monday and 9444709 Sunday or 8 p.m.- Neighborhood.- - ASSOCIATES Arthur Brno !IDurrancjJPUMPS II you are interested b Homes Bought -

night prayer Band 7:30. ChristIan Stroot., O.l 100' on Lake with trailer ev..wkend 468-1572 selling your property give Sold Traded
Thursday night Prayer liii; / /rl; well. A *epU tank.Regl.t.rsd & SUPPLY I II us a call today.

:Meeting at 7:30.: Friday night STANLEY HOME -- -- Harold Epp Paul H. Faulkner
Bible Study. Sunday Evening DUCTS' buy or Real *ve.wknd964661Judith I j COMPANY I II Realtor ACREAGE FOR
Barbara .. I I II
5.-.W: HYPU. Phone Estate Broker - SALE
(..rl'atl'rlIt'n Cllapel.M 3758. 3/17 Htpd" 6/1 904-7700 Flynneve. I 864 N. Temple Ave. I II Aclate
.......tI. 964-4384 Ireme 96443853
L. Faulkner
.\.: .":. Church Hev. R.G.lleastie. WILL PA Y t. SMITH M4-M7C I j Starke .
up Pearl Andrew I I II tU-tllt Highway 301 South
pastor. Tuesday .
tee old Thor.t
e.n. Stove Simmon S.*.. M. Bakkest4tTt
night 7:30: Prayer Meeting and ......1'.... M.14243 HAMPTON. FLA. 904-7739 ._......d. 9 4.JM1 I .964-7081 I Starke
Class Meeting combined. T F Iba Atioeiat* .t.-.I:


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