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 12, 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
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Of City Land Use HearingApathy I;

took a back seat to intrusion of a "jiffy store" intoa asked about the
possibility of
interest last bridge was not suitable for ,
night predominantly residential having the north side of the residential construction Ix--
when a good cross section of
neighborhood was depreciated street classified
as commercial cause of being sandwiched in
Starke property owners the value of homes and to conform to the two between the highway and the
turned out for the first formal
threatened to change the blocks zoned
now commercialon railroad
As one "
an "
the <
hearing on city's compre- ambience of the
area. the south side. interest .
:Mm iTsiilriils and motorists on I'S-llltl: will happily notice toad crew foreman Maltland Dampier one of four In the hensive land use plan held at J.W (Jim) Retch owner of asked in the property, he
that it be
men classified
that .rrp.iiuu work has begun/ on the bumpy| stretch of highway foreground, said the repavlng Mill be completed In five working 7:30: p.m. in the new courthouse a large colonial home, directly "It doesn't make sense to commercial.Tomlinson. a-
(run, ( all :Mrert to just past :SK-lti. days! barring bad weather. across from the convenience have one side of the street
Chief concern, besides a few store now nearing completion zoned residential and the explained at' the ';
individual property problems said it had ruined any possible other side commercial as it is be outset made that no changes would
was the situation on West sale of his for on the present city zoning on the map m the

US-301 Retopping Started Wednesday Madison Street where the residential purposes property, ands mar;" Ritch said. "No': one protests first hearing and ,suggestions but that fur all '

.. ever buy my home for
., .r.m'may, -_ residential purposes now," he changes would be noted I ,and

Weather permitting! the longer than necessary." said company has a month to begin going north again to the for added "but I might get a sale" studied before the by next the t plan public l'omnulll'l'hearing I
""eordurox road"portion of Denmark. ills company was w ork after the work order was Holiday Inn and returning some commercial use. on :\Ia19
I l'S-ii: :) | in Slarke is :scheduled the low bidder at $70.655. He issued April I 29 by the south to the point of beginning (Possibly commercial Don' Champion an opponent
I tar' i fxiv| beginning/ K a infcliicsd.iv :said the mile of pa'lngas abargain" Department of Tran for such of all J'J'requested '\
The type construction zoning. j
asphalt and
\\ pavers
morning and with the next bidSU"H' .
sportation.The '
should steel wheel rollers will only a would be as a tea room an- a change I rom /' 'I
take in lor !
days: ) higher
repaving with an work one lane at the time tique shop or funeral home). mobile home subdivision to
completion saido'J "Iin- (Denmark said the 12 man
light industrial I
asphalt and concrete surface on property he '
blocking one lane of traffic
ii ark. hnini-li iiuiiiiiKiT lor work l'I'eS1'1'1..' halted by on T.F (Tom) Mixon. owner of
will begin at Call Street and the four lane owns behind is present apart '"
Barren Construction Co. olJacksonville ram both :Monday and proceed north to the Holiday Denmark said. roadway a new brick home at 888 W. men! building and office. ,
i Tuesday morning and hehoped Inn and then south in the curblane Madison, said the value of his :Mrs. Irene Faulkner Starke
"\\e hate to he in the wa I they could beginednesdav "They can look forward to //J home had also been ruined by realtor,
back to Call Street. The having a smooth road requested ;) change in
to ride
soil won t hold\ traffic \\ The
: construction the and
up any new jiffv store joined
center lanes will be paved last. on in 10 days, said Denmark. light In.
Ritch in asking that
the area dustrial to commercial on ii
I from Broadway St, to the small parcel east: of :HIM behind

Volume Prices Up At Brooker Market 1 Church Madison be Street Baptist the'JoLuIotel.: ,d l
j j designated commercial At several points during the
instead of residential"We hearing Mutch expressed I Ihe "

\ "hili II, .11.I li<; Hi'iiokrr' Mate little late due to the harsh the county remain with "you bringing from $2.75 to $5Va need another jiffy store had belief that too much propertx i f'' >
.r'.mmT's :M.irkiM has. in winter" ami I the local market is pick urns." bushel. like we need a hole in the already been designated l I Ii t'a'irt 1 "nu-f 'Ihi1 area f\- miTlappiMK I the :south Florida Snap beans are now $7-8 a head with one just two blocks commercial I. and warned j.
|',.I'II.II.l laic I hipast' growers in commodities at ,v Prices vary at.th&.deal r&;:bushel and wax beans around down the street." Mixon said against stringing businesses: : : > '
.lucvkciul iiffunliiik! l to market. the p'e'enlllmesaid I market only market and can vary 510"1 nl biisheL"saidSriieldS\ : J.F- iTomtinsontchairmart solidly along I'.S. :lilt to the j' )ucounty"

/ll'iner :Martm' :shiHil manager Bob Allen. Localwatermelons '"from day to day according to Normally': May is the peak of the City Planning Com-\ -"might kill lint's.-the<-Ik goose* ;said.that laid'this! ,1(KJ' .,
are expected in the amounts picked. Currently month for area and
I.j Sim-Id- buyer (tor. \ M.I III 11.\" to two weeks said prices on both yellow and will probably be this year also a r ..,, ,. tG / 1 unfortunate mittee, agreed situation it was but said an ,traffic the golden egg." because il' !
,1\'"IIII-!! ironi. Pnmpaiin' Mien. The, melon market at green squash range from $2 a only peaking a little later in eM".ym'"s ,110E Rt the mistake had been made in on.JOl and becomes/ too con |I
l Hc.H-li. s.nd I tinrain, del! civhclpeil gesled sloweddown.motorists .
I; nut 1renton'dl open :May 25. half bushel according to Allento the month the market
city zoning many years ago. would desert, this
iticre.iM1 the I
perliVMl.lUecil $-I for the same amount stated.
.' till1 I 1'l'lIp".mll1l-! ,toIhe according to Shields. manager The market is and the present planning popular/ highway' for other ,
open 24 hoursa committee
market; "For all practical purposes was trying to work routes. Limited access i i.> ''l
day to serve growers and out the best solution for land
in situations
MrawU-rrii'N are over with" Cukes the
TIle'T"P"| I this .ire aid plentiful shippers, but it is not a public use in that area. Mutch said. and if solid lines
taut ,
.1 Allen only a lew places in item at the market are market, said Shields.
.l. Mutch, local of businesses are allowed
assistance planner with the along :301. the construction n'sen'ICI' '

!l Rain Gives 2 Weeks Added Life To Berries -County Commission, chairman and ..Jii. North Regional Central Planning Council Florida keep the roads flow w ill be ol needed trallic to i i i I j
- realtor George W. Roberts

t I{ Bradltll'\I I \ l'tllIl1t I \ county Sunday night andtllnd.lY possible fertilizer burn due to Sequoias but predicted he'd residential points to area to on commercial U.S.301 south Sam for requested change In use from explained though presently that the located jiffy store on a moving.Mutch also addressed the i

:' slr.iwherries .hl'1.,1 :\ morning( hot sun on plastic. "come out all right" by the takes note.Hampton. Mulch local assistance planner site zoned commercial wouldbe mobile home problems with I
I this :suitol hl' I given a new\ lease: on lite 'for 'We've still got some good Sunday night but negligible opened his fields to the "you- the planning committee's faced saying that Starke has .|
another 1\\weeks l by a I ;22;! U-rnes." said Leon Starling, damage to crops although pickers" he said around 500 present map is adopted a projected demand for ::1!13; I
.iiu-h average! i rainl.ill over the w ho has run a "\OU pick 'em" high wind blew down much of "doctors, lawyers, housewives Talks designating that area of West acres of mobile home develop- '
operation throughout the his corn. "But it seems to be and picnicking Madison as residential."It menl by 1995. I

i I \\iJ 11i'Z;& t11UttLTiI'l& :season hlll1"I'1f1'11' and pleased pronounces with added.standing up all right now" he families" from Gainesville, won't affect the presentuse "This is further broken ,j
Jacksonville and points in down into demand for two '
of the jiffy store but if it
results in spite of a higher Morris Carter Jr. reported Georgia swarmed over his different densities of mobile
ever closes down it cannot be
J than usual loss of plants attributed production off somewhat 'on place last Saturday. picking 28 used for another type of homes" Mulch said "mobile

c to dry weather and his 32-acre planting of acresof berries clean. "I I Rewriting 1925 business and will revert to home subdivisions with a

; never saw such a sight." he residential" Mutch said.It density of 3.5 units per acre,
,. ..... said. He was expecting a bus was pointed out that there and mobile parks with a
'.. Jo.... Councilman Hurt load of children from an orphanage are some 15 other residences density of 6-7 units per acre.
I in Georgia Wed- between Broadway and the These categories combined
i nesday morning. Town CharterTown Madison Street Church whose would accommodate the
In Auto Accident "Production wasn't what it owners would likely object to expected 156 new mobile
homes oroiected to into I
hnnld be. and the price the area being designated move

trailed off to $5 or $5.50." Attorney Richard that aren't even around anymore commercial. Starke period"during he added.the planning
Slarke city councilman and southbound vehicles on Carter said. "We had stiff Welty told the Hampton ," Welty said. Following the jiffy store
I 1i Wilbur Waters is recovering each half of the roadway. The competition from Plant City, council that it would be easierto Welty said if the council incident the City Council "In the past mobile home
i I from whiplash and a sprung situation is comparable to a where they were selling rewrite the entire town started action on the rewrite enacted a 60-day moratoriumon development within Starke
II I _alurdaMayle_ hip following an automobile pair of two lane roads existing berries at $- .50 a flat and are charter than to amend the that it would be ready by the the issuance of commercial has been marked by a haphazard
Flea Market TUl'5d.Itd: \' 10. Waters said that when he said. "We had the best The council had Welty checkon The problem of dogs run a stop-gap'measure until the said. "with no strict controls
St. Mark's Waters; II' resting in t the at tempted a U-turn to get into berries thoughand once amendments that would ning loose in town came.u P planning map could be over the placement of such
I Episcopal Church Hradlord County Hospital and the southbound lane to head to people get a taste of Bradford make the town marshal's job again. completed. Expiration date of units nor the control of proper
10a.m. 3p.m. said he w mild remain there his Starke. he was not aware that County fruit they always and the city clerk's job ap- "The other night one of the moratorium is May 15. design in mobile home parks. I
Benefit Day School entire recovery period the lane across the centerline come back" Plant City pointive positions instead of those dogs got into a mans Another request for change The category of mobile home
Waters said thai he pulled had northbound traffic in it. predominates in Tiogas, elected.The council soughtto chickens and killed nineteenof in the plan map was filed by subdivision has not existed in '
Monday May 16 out of a hamburger chain and his 1976 truck was hit in Carter said which have a change the charter so the them" Councilman A.C. George W. Roberts local your zoning ordinance. In
parking lot located on SR-21. the drivers door. According to longer shelf life "but are not Mayor: would serve as a Dennison said. realtor who said the area on order to protect the investment
Elks ElketttsSUrkt < Itlanding Boulevard near Waters the entire left side of as flavorsome as Sequoias," !Mayor-commissioner and Mayor Art Bruno suggestedthat the east side of U.S. 301 just in homes and land the
Lodge 1802 the Orange!! Park Mall on his his truck was damaged the veteran grower says. would be elected from the the city use a stun gun south of Alligator Creek new comprehensive plan I

Dinner 7 p.m. \\ato Slarke. Because of totaling about $1,300 in Luther Hilliard of Lawtey council members. that would drug the dogs so Recovers proposes to strengthen the
Meeting p.m. traffic he had to get into the da mages. has also opened his field and Under Florida's Home Rulea they could be captured. After Sapp controls on mobile homes in
northbound lane and turn The driver of the other reported having plenty of city no longer needs approval capture the dogs could be order that they can be
Bradford County around at the earliest t turnaround vehicle, a Jacksonville man. berries Wednesday that "need of the legislature to rewrite taken to a local vet where they From Stroke properly placed within the /
School Board spot. received minor injuries. His picking." its charter. In order fora could be held for pick-up or Starke Fire Chief city and segregated from f
7 p.m. The road on thai section of 1972 Ford van had its front end Carter reported measuring town to adopt a new charter, disposal. Eldon other types of housing in orderto
Sapp was expected to be
SK-21 is presently under mashed in the accident. three inches of rain at his its council must first pass the Welty said he saw no problem from the released preclude any detrimental ,
Tuesday May 17 construction, being widened Waters was faulted with the farm Sunday night and charter in the form of an with such a program yesterday or hospital Thursday effects to existing neighbor. 1
today (
Irom two lanes to four. All accident but was not charged Monday morningmore than ordinance then it must be put from a legal standpoint. hoods."
May 12)
Starke Council four lanes are paved now and because of the confused traffic the county average. before the people as a from after Mutch emphasized that the I
7p.m. Waters said there were north conditions. referendum. !Many of the councilmensaid recovering a slight comprehensive plan is In- ,
said that the initial cost for stroke which affected the left tended to serve as a guide to j
Welty Hampton'spresent I

Brooker 7:30p.m.Cattlemen's: Council. Hospital Trustees Delay 1/11;? / \\\A\\ j'h i\\ 1 1925 and to charter change."It would was. be written very difficult in such becuase dogs a program causing of the large would the problemsbut numberof be high and side Hospital Sapp of entered his 57,was in face.stricken Jacksonville.Methodist May 3 Starke horizon.the physical over He the declared development 1995 planning that of it .' '

Association has provision for things they agreed that the cost was "not set in concrete" but i i
Land Use Plan Explained According to a family source remains'
Decision On would decrease after the flexible and can be
9 p.m.. Ag Building AnesthetistThe } problem was under control.In Chief Sapp is fully recovered altered to meet changing
Fairgrounds UCI Building Set from the effects of the stroke. conditions of the city's .

Bradford County anesthetist May K. Piper of ., other business the council Sapp is a 19 year veteran of growth.
Bradford County Hospital Board of Trustee Ocala and that of Laura Over $1 t million construction approved funds to purchase the Starke Fire Department. Mutch said the projected

Hospital Board delayed for nine days a Thomas, the second applicant.The is planned at Union Correctional enough clay to fill in the In- He became fire chief in population of Starke for 1995 is I.
7p.m. decision on whether to approve Institute to expand and fields on the towns baseball January 1976 upon the retire 6700. compared with the
the contract of the present anethetist RN:: renovate the existing abattoir diamond. The money for the ment of former Chief Harold' current estimate of 5000. .
Starke Land Use present anesthetist or Ronald G. Douglas, has been and meat processing'plant, clay would come from federal Glasgow. Bradford County's populationIs t '
Plan Hearing whether to hire one of two working on a monthly basis renovate the post and lumber revenue sharing money the presently estimated at t '':
County Courthouse other applicants for the since his contract expired in treatment plant and poultry town already has. Council Meeting is.ooo. with an estimated ,
7p.m. position. February. Douglas and the houses. The council said they would 24.350 projected by 1995. : I .
board. with their attorneys, The work expected to take seek assitance from the RescheduledBrooker The planning committee !

Stye( ( :ammunih Board members Inez Green have been working since that about a year for completion, county in spreading the clay. will meet at 7 p.m. tonight f
*| and Charney Williams said at time to draw up a new con will begin as soon as the bids If county assistance isn't Council has been Thursday. May 121) to discuss

;;&iutc' 'ij.nh., the special meeting Tuesday tract. An acceptable one was Weekend rainfall measured are checked. The apparent available the town agreed to rescheduled for Tuesday May citizen input given at- the I' ,I
'. .&.,. >. .\ night May 10 they wanted approved by Douglas and the three inches In this rain guag low bidder according to the hire the equipment tp get the 17.730: p.m. hearing. and a second and ,..'r ,
I f"' fctCfunW MM; iMVrM Uf- more time to look over the Board at the special meeting; in the Adkliu Street back yard Department of Offender job done. The May 19 meeting was final public hearing 'will\ beheld "e '
T....*._... qualifications of certified and would cost the hospital or Telegraph editor Rehabilitation. Is Walker The council agreed to move cancelled due to lack of at 7 p m. Thursday, May J :
/wN D.N.M ImvrciK C,,". 126.660 in salary and other society Construction Co of the starting time for the the
registered nurse (IRNI) Gladys Mooty. town quorum according to city 19, in County Commissionroom \ I
costs. Jacksonville. meeting to 8 p.m. clerk Eva Clark. of the new courthouse.! I
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!I I, February:Y Land Sales Total $560,999 '!rT;':' :, ::_

r' I Land sales for February SE',4 of SE'/4, except parcels in Ward City, Brooker, $600. E. Terrell and Mathew B. James Willard Gaskins and L.E. Harris and wife to
I 1977 in Bradford County conveyed by grantor pre- John L Hughey to John L. Terrell, 1 acre, S 9, T 6S, R wife to Michael S. Tew and Thomas L. Smith and wife, a
I totaled $560,999 down $329,352 viously and except easterly Hughty and wife, Lot 12 of 22E, $100.James wife, a parcel in Lot52 and Lot tract in SEV4 of NW',4: of S 15,.
1 | from the first month of the 315 feet of northerly 533.14 feet Vollkopf Subdivision also N 10 Franklin Sheffield, 61 Woodlawn, $17,000. T 7S, R 22E, $18,400.
I year's total of $890,351. of southerly 973.14 feet of theE44ofSE44ofSEy4ofS9T feet of Lot 13, Vollkopf Subdivision Sr. and wife to Sidney L. Keen F.M.Starling to James M.L. Clyde Columbia to Clyde G. "
In comparison with = $100.William and wife, west 435.12 feet of. Starling, one lot beginning 377 Columbia and wife Lot 6, :'
. February 1976 this year was 6S, R 22E, $100. R. White and wifeto SEV4 of NEV4 of S 22, T 7S, R feetof SEV4 of NEV4 of SE>/ S Block 11, DeBevoise Addition, .J.
I an increase of $147,735, with W.C. Clemons, Jr and wifeto Charles L. Shaeffer and 21E, 10 acres more or. less,- 36, T 5S, R 22E, $100. $100. ,
i each year getting off to a slow Clifford Lamar Clemons wife, a parcel containing 3.25 $12,500. Bessie M. Burns to James L. Ronald Eugene Garver and
start and peaking with over a and wife, a portion of S 35, T acres lying In NE V4 of NW',4 of Donald B. Hazen to Dessle Andrews and Shirley N, wife to Doyce A, Griffis, N'i
1 million dollars each month 58, R 21E, $100 S 14, T 6S, R 21E, $19,000. Kempton and Antoinette Andrews Lot 1 of Block I, of NE 4 of NW',4' of SE'.,, 5
i during the summer months. John R. Foxworth, Sr. and James Everett Norman and Utley, 0.896 parcel in NWV4 of Gaskins Addition to Starke, acres more or less S 10, T 7S, .
Prices of transactions are wife to George R. Wilds and wife to Joseph E. Selken and NE of S 20, T 6S, R 22E, $8,500. R 22E, $5,000.Frank \ ) "..
figured!! from documentary tax wife, a parcel in NE',4 of S 28, wife a parcel containing 22 $41,500. Joyce T. Futch to Edward Dyer and wife to J I .: .
i' stamps affixed to deeds filedin T 5S, R 22E, $13.200. acres more or less in SWV4 of Samuel C. Lane and wife to Robert and wife, Lot 2 and Franklin O. Bonnette lying In i
the office of the county F. Brooks Herman and W. SWV4 of S 35, T 6S, R 22E, Alden C. Morrow and wife, 3.2' east 130 feet of Lot 3, block 16 E 6 acres of SMi of SEU of
clerk. Wade Baty d-b-a McMeekin $20,100. acres in SWV4 of NWVi of S 3,T. Town of Latftey, $8,933. SWU: of S 16, T 6S, R 22E, ,., ..
Land Developers to ThermanC. Ramon A. Waldrop and wifeto 7S. R 22E, $35,900. .. Cleone Dowling and $8,600.
February sales are: Flippen, a parcel in NE',4 of William Edgar Thigpen, Sr. Julia Whitley to Nathaniel husband to Leonard B. Hut- BCII Employee Of Month
Steven Cardin and wife to NE'4 of and inSEU of NEV4 of and wife, a parcel situated in Whitley, a parcel in NWV4 of chins and wife, east 150 feet of Lawtey Activity ,_
John Edward Tost, Lot 5 S 22, T 6S, R 21E, $7,500. NE of S 15, T 7S, R 22E, SEVi of SEV4 of S 26,.T 5S, R Block 3, Dowling Subdivision, Frances Harrison was selected by her fellow employees as the
Block 2, Nichols Acres, Muriel C. Gilhooly and $27,000. 22E, $100.Ramon. $10,000. Day PlannedA Bradford County Hospital May Employee of the Month. :
$10.f>66. husband to Robert S. William E. Bosier and wifeto A. Waldrop and wifeto Leon A, Ellington and wifeto Mrs. Harrison, an x-ray technician has been an employee of
Mary D. Brown to Richard Richardson and wife, a parcelin Town and Country Homesof Lindsay A Thornton and Wilbur W. Rogers a parcelin the hospital for six months and has worked In the medical field
K. Hawk and ife and William SE'4 of SE>4 of S 6, T 6S, R East Central Fla, Inc., a wife, a parcel in NEV4 of S 15, NE'/4 of SWV4 of S 14, T 85, days activities Is plannedto .' fol'about four and a half She Is married and has four
K. Hawk and wife, undivided 22E, $100.Mitta parcel situated in NE of T 7S, R 22E $100. R. 22E, $21,000. benefit the Lawtey Little children. years.
half interest, a portion of the M. Kersey to John E. SWM of S 31, T 6S, R 22E and Ernest E. Triest and wife to Fred M. Smith and wife to League Saturday, May 21. Presenting the Employee of the Month pin is Tommy Harrison
SW I ofSE'4ofS9T65R22' Lundquist a parcel in NEU of in NW>4 of NW4 of SE',4 of S Roy W. Jackson and wife, 2 L.K. Edwards as trustee a A ballgame will begin at 1 while director of nurses Mike Oswalt looks on.
K.: $2.5W NW'4 of S 12, T 85, R 22E, 31, $100. parcels in S 35, T 7S, R 22E, parcel in NE',. of S 15, T 7S, R p.m. and a chicken-rice
Gene I). Adams to Calvin C. $11,000. Geneva Lake Estates Inc. $3,000. 22E, $20,100.Jack supper at 5:30: p.m.A .
, Williams and wife, a parcel of Frances O. Frank, personal to Homer G. Pittman and Danny Ray Patterson and M. Courtnay to JamesB. "Hoe Down" is planned at
Tract 1 of Ml. Pleasant on representative of Eugene B. wife. Lot 14, Geneva Oaks, wife to Wayne E. Douglas and. Winn and wife Lot 36 Lawtey Elementary at 7 p.m.
Silver Lake $35.000. Oliver, to Frances 0 Frank 33000. Arthur B. Patray, a parcel in Keystone Oaks. 4800. that evening with live enter Christie Redding Only BUS
F Brooks Herman and W. and Martha Thistlewaite, a Elva J. McRae to Owen R. E34 of SW',4 of SEV of S 17, T. Esther R, Lunger, repre- tainment. Admission will be$2
Wade Uaty. d-b-a (doing parcel containing 2.91 acres Alvarez and wife, Lot 4, block 6S R 22E, $12,000: f b--: sentative to estate of Kyle A. for adults and $1,25 for Finalist
business as) McMeekin Land lying in NWU of SW>,4 of S 27, 21 Crosby Lake Shores, $9,000. William Clyde Shields to Lunger to Esther R. Lunger, children. Both Bluegrass and In Clay Coop'sYouth
Developers, to Larry T 6S. R 22E, a parcel lying in Stephen G. Denmark to Carole McRae Shields, a Lot 3, 11, 12 of Block 23 of country music will be
I lloisington and wife, a parceli W:"'4 of NW 14 of SW' of S 27, T Harry Gruen, a parcel in parcel In SW>'4 of NE',4 of S 29, Temples Addition, $100. featured Tour ContestBradford
i. situated in NE'4 of !NEU' of S 6S R 22E. $100. NW'4 of SWV4 of S 28, T 6S, R T 6S R 22E, $100 Evan W. Hodges, Sr and
22, T 6S, K 21E, 7000. Edsel D. Moody to JoAnn 22E $11,700 Mitta M. Kersey to Howard wife to Cecil C. Melvin and High School junior the headquarters of the
Robert 1"'. Jordan and wifeto Kramerick, 1.43 acres in S'a Roland C. Coleman to M. Grove and wife Lot 39 and wife, Lot 9 and 10 of'Block 7 Christie Redding is among National Hural Electric
[David W. llowsend and of NE'4' S 24, T 85, R 22E, Corine Butler, a parcel in S1* 41 on Cypress Ave. in Crystal Carolotta Unit 1, $3,000. four winners of Clay Electric Cooperatives Associations
wife, lot II Block D and 1-20 interest 5100. of SE'4 of SW'4 ofS22,l'6S, R Lake Homesites, $4,500. Cecil C. Melvin and wife to Cooperative's Youth Tour to Christie's 950 word essay on
in Tract E of Bedford Ramon A. Waldrop and wifeto 22E, $100.Corine The Church of God of Charlene F. Melvin, Lot 9 and Washington Contest. "Rural Electric Co-op's
(Oaks.) $3000.Siflis: ( ). Robert Earl Powell and Butler to Roland C. Prophecy at Brooker to Ruey, 10, Block 7, Carolotta Unit 1, Christie, daughter of Rev. Yesterday and Today" vias
\ L. Warren to Etta Fay wife, a parcel in NE'4 of S 15, Coleman, 1 acre in S"a:. ofSE>4 Tetstone, Grover Cleveland $3,000. and Mrs. Norman L Reddingof judged along with essays from
Thornton :N'j' of l' WII ofNW' T 7S, R 22E, 25300. of SW' of S 22, T 6S, R 22E, Fogarty,and Ralph R. Phillip, Arthur Edward Powell and Starke, will depart with the the Co-op's 12 county service
: i of S 3", T 6S, K 22E Roy Wade Jackson and wifeto $100. Lot 12 of Block 1, Ward City, -S wife to James Edward Powell, other area winners June 12 bran area.A .
except 5 acres, except 3 acres Hobet L Fuller and wife, Sybil Rosier Griffis to ClydeC. 8, T 7S, R 20E, $100. NE'4: of NEU of S 25, T BS, R all-expense paid trip to member of the National
lying in a square in the MC Lot 11. Block 1, Pinehaven, Griffis and wife, SI-2' of Mark Olin and wile to 22E $16,000.M.F. Washington during National Honor Society with a '3.2
corner except a lot lying in S 13900. :'IiWI., of NWU of S 1, T 5S, R William B. Oeschger and wife, Wiggins and wife to Youth Week. average Christie is also a
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i i (Geneva: Lake Estates Inc Spyros D. Drivas and wife a corner $100.Stephen lies east of SR-16 lying in S 8, T Lot 15, M.F Wiggins Subdi- representatives 111 join Her subjects include
to George G. Graham, aMieel parcel in SW'i 4 of NW'4 of S 28. G. Denmark and 6S. R 22E $500. vision, $100.Linda hundreds of other young chemistry. biology II.
(lI in Govt. Lot 1 of S 36, T T 6S, R 22E, in the city of wife to Stephen G. Denmark, W.F. Andrews and wife to Cochran to Joseph E. people from throughout the American History, geometry.
HS. It 22K.: $17.500. Starke $18,200.Raiford Jr., a parcel in NW'4' of SW'4of Donald E. Welch and wife, a Wilson and Terri D. Wilson, Y United States for a week that vocabulary and grammar and
t"asMl'Sl'abright to Harvey Tetstone and wife to S 28, T 6S, R 22E, $100. tract in S 27,T 6S, R 20E containing S'z of N'aofW'4ofSW'4 of will include visits to the White she is on the annual staff.A .
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i Page JA TELEGRAPH May 12.1977

"i 1 Full Roster Helps BHS Football 11: Presbyterian Madison.., St.,

t I Coach David Ilurse said the offense on the option," player back.IL with any varsity now nobody has a starting Coach Hurse said he's seen -tf '? '' Top LeagueMadison

j that progress in this year's Sexton said.Sl'xton experience for llansen position sewed up" Hansen good improvement on the
I spring football is as expectedand said he sees the From last year's JV squad said.Hansen offensive line. He pointed out
he's well pleased with his defensive end and weak-side Hansen is working with said he's trying to the improved blocking of rr Street Baptist and
'I, team's improvement. linebacker positions as vital to Donald Reddish, Dale Rogers, playas many people in as center Marcus Cruce and the Presbyterian are locked into a
"This is t the first week' next year's defense. Mark Mosley Richard many positions as he can He play of David Walker and tight battle for first place In
I had everybody out. and last "We'll be strong up the Milner, Dwayne Cummingsand said he's trying to get a look at Kenny Rodrigue at tight end. > i Men's Church League Softball
I. Friday's scrimmage was the middle with Marty Russell Martin Slocum. who can best fill a position, "What we need very badlyis sponsored by the Starke
first time everybody worked and Rowland Cummings\ back "These guys (last years "Defensive back is a skilled to have everyone at practice Recreation Department.
i together! ," Ilurse said\ at tackle, Kenneth Cruger JV's) are going to have to position and it's tough to everyday" Ilurse said. "And Presbyterian slipped by the
i One urea that Ilurse and back at nose !guard and come through for us. They'reall learn, especially all at once," we need leadership from our Senior Boys to move ahead
defensive coach Mike: Sexton! Lawrence Patrick back at looking decent but right Hansen said. seniors," he added. with a record of 7.1 while
have seen much improvement strong-side linebacker," Madison St. has played one
I is at defensive end. Sexton said. Six men are back from last year's Tornado defensive grid less game and is second with a
"Mike VanzantlIon "The defensive end and squad 6-1 record.
!Moore and Mark :Mosley have weak-side linebacker Misfits MerchantsEnd First row (l-rt) Rowland Cummings Chuck Register and
progressed! a great t deal I this positions are the key. It we Kenneth Cruger. Second row: Lawrence Patrick, David Carter This weeks games:
week, Vanzant and :Moore 11nil somebody who can do the and Marty Russell.
have been excellent loading job there we'll be a good First Half TiedThe Presby. 10-Sr. Boys 9
defensive ball-club," Sexlion A two run rally in the
said. seventh, spurred by a doubleby
MAKE YOUR HOME Kenneth Cruger! makes second half of the Mens Misfits 9-Merchant3 Nf Carter's 5th Dale Haas and a triple by
MORE things go for us." Sexton said Open season, sponsored by the The Misfits continuedtheir Bruce Jackson, helped
lies quick and he's a lot Starke Recreation Depart. winning ways with a 9-3 Presbyterian overtake the
BEAUTIFULWith stronger than last year lie's a ment began Monday with the three hit victory over the Earns BHS Senior Boys 109.
stucco & stone ready made nose guard." winner of the first half of Merchants to start the second The Senior Boys had taken
Sexton said that Russell and season still undecided. half of the season. the lead in the bottom of the
Stuccu, cut stone Patrick were looking good at Badcock Furniture had a Terry Gaines led the Misfits Two PointsThe sixth when doubles by Dinky
CogubioI k buck cut theIr positions und both should protest on a loss to the Starke hitting attack going 3 for 3 Kilby and Al Chapman and a
I brick concrete fireplaces he excellent for next t year Merchants upheld, giving with one RBI Donme Wheeler Bradford High boys triple by Randy Crews
FREE EST S FINANCING The defensive secondarywas them a win instead of a loss had a single and a triple and 3 track team scored only two combined with two Presbyterian
473.3133 hard hit by graduation and also allowing Badcock to RBI's. points in the regional track errors to produce four
and Coach I Denny Hansen is tie the Misfits for first with a 4 i meet Saturday in Winter runs
"25 Years ExperienceS having to completely rebuild. record of 7.1. Merchants 17-Lawtey 5 Park. Leading hitters for the
12 6 I 19 Jtprt [David Carter is the only The Merchants were guiltyof The Merchants out hit and Coach Grover Howard said Presbyterian were Pete
using too many out-of- out fielded Lawtey to gain a ky. by judging the times at the Puckett, 3 for 4 with a double
county players in their 14-12 17-5 victory. meet the competition was and 1 RBI, Randy Margin, 3
Slater's win over Badcock. The Merchants out hit probably the toughest in the for 4; Phil Vellenga. 2 for 3
Dwight A playoff game will be held Lawtey 15-9 and committed state. with a home run and a double,
May 19 to determine the only one error compared to Apopka, who won the meet, and Dale Haas with two
Food & Scat winner. nine for Lawtey. should be the favorite in this doubles and 2 RBI's.
Ronnie Thomas led the Mer- Donnie Evans and Steve The big fish week's state meet,.according For the Senior Boys Dinky
I.ate 9-DuPont 7 chants in hitting going 3 for 4 to Howard. Kilby was 3 for 4 with a
Open U S 301 S Starling fished Rodman Dam was one of two caught that
In games starting off the with 3 RBI's.Greg Franks and The only man to score for double, and Randy Crews was
30 and brought home this morning, the other was small
7 A M- 12 P M & Walnut St second half the season Lawtey Bish Bishop each had two hits 22Va April Ib catfish. enough to throw back In. BHS was David Carter in the 3 for 4 with a triple and 2
tied their win record for the for the Merchants. 220. His time of 23.2 was fifth RBI's.
LARGE GRADE A BORDEN'S first half of the season with a Ricky Solze and Wayne RBI's. Charlie Green and best in the region and earned
9-7 victory over DuPont. Woods each had two hits for Wilbur Waters each had three Roping Club two teams points for the Grace 24-:Morgan Road M
EGGS MILKFlat DuPont and Lawtey tied for Lawtey. hits while Dwayne Hardy and Tornadoes. Carter's high Grace got its offense into
last place in the opening half Jim Lewis each had two hits. finish was a surprise since it high gear and tightened its
$139 Ga,. $149 of the season with 1.7 records. Badcock 18-DuPont 2 Jerry Teston had two hits SeesDollatiolls was only the second time he'd defense to v>hip Morgan Itoad
"Tank" Sommers led Badcock scored almost at for DuPont. ran that distance. 248.
Lawtey's hitting attack with a will in beating DuPont 182. In next week's action The Bradford Roping Clubis "For not working on starts Grace's victory was a team
BUSCH BLUE NUN double and a triple and 4 Badcock pounded out 21 hits Monday, May 16, Badcock looking donations of landor and all that stuff I was really effort as every player had at
BEER lIEBFRAUMILCH RBI's Doug Jones and Wayne for the evening. Bill Jacksonled plays DuPont and the Mer- so it can give the impressed by Carter's 220, least two hits for the eveningand
Woods each had two hits. the attack going 4 for 4 chants meet Lawtey. Next youth members of the club a Howard said "It may mean as a team they had 30 hits.
6 PK $118 3: 69 Donald Jackson had a triple with 1 RBI. Brian Johns also Wednesday, May 18, DuPont place to spend Saturday that next year we'll put more 10 of them for extra bases.
1 12 Oz Cans 5th, and two singles to lead had a hot bat going 3 for 3 witha plays Lawtey and the Misfits nights. emphasis on the 220 for David, First Baptist 22-Grace 3
DuPont. double and a triple and 4 play Badcock.H .
The roping club presentlyhas because he really liked that First Baptist scored eight
an arena on the Southeast distance." runs in the second and eight
I corner of the fairgrounds but Carter also finished seventhin more in the third and went on
in January it is scheduled to the 440. Teammate Stanley to beat Grace Baptist 223.
have to move to the northeast Williams ran a 53.3 in the First Baptists 22 hit attack
corner. quarter but failed to place. was led by Don Neel's 4 for 4
"We can move but we haveno "Stanley Williams did real with two doubles and 5 RBI's
guarantee on how long we well considering it's only his Mark Price, Bob Milner and
can stay there" Bud first year of competition, at Benjie Moxley each had three
Clemons, vice-president of the the beginning of the year we hits in four attempts while
club, said.Clemons. didn't even know he was a Jimmy Prevail Jay Godwin
said club members quarter mile man," Howard Gary Grable and Kenny Neal
didn't want to invest the said. each had two hits.
money to build new facilities The mile relay team of For Grace Dwight Elder,
unless they knew they wouldbe Williams Marvin Tyson. Pat Welch. Cliff Griffis and
H able to stay long enough to Esau Bright, and anchor man Ed Green each had two hits
make it economically Franklin Bell finished eighth
real feasable. with a 3:33.5: only a half Madison St. 12-:Morgan ltd. 2
Clemons said what they are second off the team's best Madison Street held Morgan
trying to get now would be for time for the year. Road to just four hits in
the youth members and not Howard said he was happy beating them 122.
: for the adults. with the team's performance Stewart Duncan led the
"We want a place for the because David Carter who Madison Street hitters going 3
kids to be able to spend usually runs anchor in the for 3 with a double a home run
Saturday nights, so we can mile relay couldn't run. and and 3 RBI's P.D. Cam Joey
keep them off the streets," the team still turned an ex Bennett and Harold Branhamwere
"/yciemons"' said ('(-'II-'nllim-' each 2 for 3 and pickedup

j 2 RBI's
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Tonight( (Thursday, May 12))
ESN PRODUCE11VINE W; at 7:30: First Baptist meets
Morgan Road and at 8:45:
.. Grace takes on Madison St
l I Ir _I'!'1IJ r On Tuesday, May 17, at 7:31)Presbyterian :
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RIPE RUSKIN -b p and at 8:45: Morgan Road
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Gatorettes at 3 O lead
the womens open league. The
Domino'J are in second with a
FRESH record of 2-1 MacDonalds is
third with a 1.2 record.
BLACKEYE PEAS 39 LB. record.DuPont is fourth with a 0-3

Tonight (Thursday, May 121.
at 7:30: Domino's plays \Mac-
FRESH LOAD OF tt :('XW" < Donalds and at 8:45: DuPont

Use your eyes before you use your ears. SOUTH FLA.WATERMELONS'. DuPont takes Tuesday on the plays\May Gatorettes.MacDonaldsand 17, at 7:30:

the Gatorettes meet

l\IcDonalds33-UuPont 12
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Before you think about putting up your t.; How far away is safe? & CANTALOUPES ran sides kept the the bases score filled as McDonalds \and.

CB base antenna, makelire you've ot.- Certainly a distance no less than the height up walked by 1>u1>ont

your signals; straight. .. :';;<',:..:.. of the mast. -SEAFOOD SPECIALSFRESH 33.12.\McDonalds scored 19 runs in

To beginith, Citizen Band{ antennas;, .:. ::. :'. This safety rule not only goes for CB the third inning!: on only two

unlike TV antennas;, are under FCC ".' antennas but TV antennas as'well. Or any metal \ hits as DuPont pitcher Sheila
Cox walked 14 batters.
regulations pole for that matter. RED ,- !t J'rV'\\ Starting pitcher for Mc.

FCC: ;and local rules; sometimes differ on And here's another word of caution; even SNAPPER .. : : had Donalds control, Ginger problems Crews givingup also

the allowable height. So before when lower \, 12 walks in two
erecting using guy wires to raise or your K '', innings

your antenna, check with the appropriate; antenna you can't be assured of positive control. $169 ;, i 12 allowing runs on DuPont just two to hits.score all

authorities. So better double check the clearance. I LB. \\\1 tik>-. Sharon Wilkerson led the
And wh .you're ready to put it up So many people are now tuning into CB that $ 99' going McDonalds 3 for 4 with hitting 1 double attack anda

check on one other thing; the clearance. we thought you should also be tuned into the SCALLOPS 2 triple. Edith Sapp also had a
I\ good night at the plate going 3
The lightest touch of your antenna or necessary safety requirements. CROAKERS SHEEPHEAD for 5 with a double and scoring

guy wire to a power: line could cause you \ This safety has been brought FRESH five runs.
message & NILE PERCH Mary Felton had two hits for
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a serious shock. r to you by Florida Power and Light as a public LB DuPont. .

Here's how to play it saf Make y I service. Because serving the public is reallysure FRESHWATER BREAM $119 Gatorettes 13-Domino'. 1 ,

that you check
other word.;, not only the space above the ... Domino's to just one hit in
gaining a 13-1 victory.
antenna but all around. So if yourantenna Norman's Farm Cynthia Williams scored the
should fall won't Domino's only run when three
happen to it .- "I
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happen to fall onto a power line. Produce & to score. Kathy Whitehead
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY had the only hit for the
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: Nancy Wilkerson, Karen
Pupura and Violet Kendall
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OPEN 8:3O am 6 pm Redding helped her cause
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Mets Grab Two Wins c- -wr- Baptist Blue Wins ,

In a showdown between
Gold was charged with
Move Into First Place .. t4 First Baptist Blue and Gold errors. seven
the Blue withstood some poor Grace Baptist jumped out to
second and third Inning a 4.0 lead in their game with
fielding and held on to win 14- the Fellowship Angels but the
The Mets took two games the Mets each hitting a double 11 while the Fellowship Angels Angels fought back with six
this week to take first place in 'and a triple in four times at Pitcher Emmett Watkins handed Grace Baptist a 14-4 runs in the third inning to take
the Dixie Youth Baseball bat. loss knocking them out of a control of the game
American League held Lawtey Gold to just two second place tie.
sponsored hits and struck out 10 in Baptist Blue was forced to
by the Starke Recreation Braves 13.Angles 4 The Fellowship Angels held
guiding his team to the win. rally in the sixth
to beat the
Department. It was feast or famine for Grace to just eight hits while
Watkins also helped with his winless Gold team. A triple by
Angels pitcher Fred Conner pounding out 14 hits of their
Mets 10.Braves 9 He struck out 12 but allowed.14 bat adding. a single and a Lynn Pierce and singles by own. EF;
A mixup in the batting order home run.Grant Ester Pierson, Vorrese Jones, Brenda Lee, Alma I
in the fourth inning put out the walks as the Angels fell to the Williams also had a Theresa Hobbs, Debra Packham, Grace Searle, and
Braves 134. hot bat hitting a double and a Alvarez, Martha Grable and .
fire in a Braves rally and Mary Hersey went 3 for 4 for
allowed the Mets to scratchout John David Frances led the triple. ;..,. Kathy Taylor helped the Bluesto the Fellowship Angels while J$
a 10-9 victory Braves hitting with a double'and Lex Parrish had a doublefor score five runs and take the Helen Hersey Clairnell
a single while Pete Lawtey Gold. '.... -" .. lead. Branham, Wanda Bishop and
Heiken, Advard Mars The Mets are in first placein .....- JPi
The top four batters In the Scott I'f/tP' For the Blues, Theresa Jackie Hersey each picked up
Hudson the American league with
and Jeff Taylor each a
Braves line-up accounted for Hobbs was 3 for 4 while Lynn two hits.
had record of 52. The
all nine of their team's hits a double. Angels are Pierce had two triples and Eve Futch led the Grace :,
Mike Lemire was 3 for 4 with a Braves pitcher Scott in second place with a 3-3 Vorease Jones had two hitting attack with a triple 8.i. 4 4a
mark. The Braves in third
Hudson held are
the Angels to five
double, John David Franceswas single.
hits and struck with a 3-4 record and Lawtey singles
2 for 3 with double out eight. First Blue leads the
a Scott Gold is in fourth with a 2-4 Helen Crosby led the Gold'shitting Baptist
Hudson was 2 for 3 with a record. attack with a 3 for 4 league with a 3'() record with
and Jeff Mets 11.L,Gold 3 the Fellowship Angels in
triple Taylor was 2 the take evening with a double while
Nine Friday Angels on
with double. Lawtey Gold errors second with a 2.1 record.
for 4
a Loretta Marchant was 2 for 4.
the Mets at 545.
Lionel Griffis and Emmett and five extra base hits by the : Monday Both teams had their Grace Baptist is in third witha
Mets paved the way to a 17-3 Lawtey Gold takes on the .
Watkins had the 1-2 record while First
big sticks for
Mets victory Mets in Lawtey, fielding problems as the Blues
Baptist Gold is in the cellar
made eight errors and the
dweller at 03.

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finish in three hours and 1975 FORD PICK.UP 1972 DODGE PICK-UP,,

eighteen minutes. A rider lost U Brown & White
points for going too fast or too va Long Base :
slow. v-a PIS ie'
"We set the course up so it
would be a challenge to the $2995. $1395 :
experienced rider but still '
ridable for the "
beginner, ie
After three hours in the dust and heat a drink tastes pretty good.Berry'Shot'ForA Jimmy Thornton of the Polish .1975 FORD GRANADA 1973 DATSON *.

Path Finders said.
Riders rode on fire lanes, : 6 Cyl.With PIC K-UP ::

jeep trails, woods roads and Air Conditioning iei
Record'Mary paths made for the race as
they followed the course i $1595 : ':
marked by arrows through the $3450

the state meet. the grade school so we're woods. ie

record in Berry the shot broke put the but state still girl Cindy from Griffith BHS the in only the other meet getting better" trained girls all Riders wear an almost ,A rider churn for the finish line in a blurr of smoke and dust. : 1975 1977 CHEV C-I0 :: .;
the time, McGriff said. armor like suit to protect )
finished third in the state finished 12th in the mile and Earlier McGriff said that them from the bushes, trees,.. ,r'J.; jt_.'. ie RABBIT Never Titled 4,000 'm I
track meet Saturday in Winter 880 yard run. BUS competed in the toughest and occasional' spills. Full .- -, -? Miles AlT & ,Air'X
I Park. "Cindy ran her best time in region in the state. His state- face mask, helmet, kidneybelt 'took their toll on the riders.I were awarded. '. 19,000 Miles PIS, PIB .... "f
Berry's throw of 39 feet the regional, she didn't run ment was proved by the final padded pants and boots Many had to quit at the Overall
broke the old state record of38'8'a" her own race at state, she standing. Four of the top ten and shoulder pads are all halfway point because of the winner was Dirt Whitsonof $ mV
but the first and started too fast and expendedtoo Daytona Riders $2350 $5295 :
teams in the state were from standard equipment. who had only One
second place finishers broke much ," McGriff 11points.
this region, including state the there exhaustion.The .
Despite protection point is awarded for each
the record by even more. champion Rockledge. and was sanctioned by 1976 CADILLAC 1976 BLACK n!:!
"I knew Mary was capableof said.The best part about the were still many cuts race minute a rider is late. To hold
Rockledge won the bruises. The most serious the Florida Trail Riders down the stiffer COUP DEVILLE
racing 'I
it but she hadn't gotten meet for McGnff is that both MONTE CARLO '
championship by finishingfirst Association and the com-
injuries were two broken penalties are given for being C
everything together at one Griffith and Berry will be Silver- Padded Roof
in the mile relay, the last collar was broken down into
bones. petition early. Two 14,000 Miles a [
points are given
time, Coach Jerry McGriff back next with all a ,
, year along AM/FM Tape 14,000
event in the meet. The first While the weather was good different classes based on theriders' for the first minute a rider is
Real Clean
said. but three other girls from thisyear'sdistrict them half and bike III Miles Just Like New
place gave a point for the race the hot tem- experience early and five additional
earned .
The points by Berry champion team."They've 60',-60 win over Ft. Lauder- and roads size. A total of 57 trophies
peratures dusty points are for each
placed BUS in a tie for 18th out got a good pro- dale Dilliard. given $8395 $4795 I
of 53 schools represented at gram in the middle school and minute Most before riders that.thought the (; \

course was challenging but '
I Pat Welch landed five bass, Red Alvarez Places ThirdIn fun."I didn't know that there

: L t L EaL but W.T.says Smith they says were he small.landed were lanes that in the many state crooked," Chuck fire 473-4470 & 473-4078 O '

several small bass. Says he Santa Fe Fishing TourneyLarry Wicker of Tallahassee said. ie ,11
just couldn't lure those hawgs. -
Pat and W.T say Cross Parks of Palatka took These fish are kept alive
L' o Creek is awfully low. Anyone the top honors in the Santa Fe until they were weighed in and
& QP fishing out of Cross Creek Open Fishing Tournamentheld then turned free again in the
should proceed with caution, Saturday May 7, in Lake water.
t1tI11- .hey say. Santa Fe hauling in a six Other big winners, for their''
BY NIIL: -T A word of caution when you pound, three ounce bass, total day's catch, went to PUBLIC NOTICE
''are launching your boat. Be which brought his total catch Bobby Ditto, San Mateo,
sure your car gear is in Park for the day to 13 pounds and 14 second place with nine pounds
Suwannee County Bass- Lake. lie also landed the position and the emergency ounces. two ounces; Red Alvarez,
masters of Live Oak will biggest bass for the day. brakes are on. Also have the Twenty-two contestants Starke, third place with nine j
challenge the Bradford Larry says he's finally gotten back wheels choked -'good. entered the event, trying their pounds; David Johnson, STARKE I
Bassmasters in a next his stuff together, so all you Don't take chances. skills for top money prizes for Gainesville, fourth with eight
Saturday, May 14, bass bass hunters had better look Even doing all this, don't be eleven hours in temperaturesin pounds one ounce; Larry
tournament at Santa Fe Lake. over confident. Don't let excess of 95 degrees. Townsend, Gainesville, fifth
The tournament will beginat out.Don Thompson placed anyone get into the boat while Nineteen of the 22 were place with seven pounds; LAND USE PLANHEARING
2 p m. and end at 9 p.m. All second in the April tourna- backing into the water. Don'trish successful in boating a total verlye Newbern, Ocala, sixth j
Bassmaster .11 meet at the ment. In behalf of the club I the chance of turning a day's catch of 84 bass place with six pounds and one
Branding Ir.. Restaurant in would like to congratulate fishing trip into a tragedy. weighing 103 pounds and 15 ounce.
Starke at 12:30: p m. sfcarp. Larry and Don for doing so ,-Bass Wishes ounces. I

are The_vunijjuowout_Suwannee_ .....f nf Bassmasters..n..t..tfc... fine f well in. ,.this tournament.:_'nun. _lED"_" _____..1. Neil t.Crawford.. ,.!.MI_1..( ,h'.QMIODI... ....... ..I". ,,
bass fishermen. The Live Oak

area is not blessed with the Thursday May 19 1977 At 7:00 P.M.In
number of fine lakes we havein MEMORIAL DAY SPECIALYou'll : .

the Starke area, but don't .
sell them short. After they I
travel for a couple of hours the Be A Winner With
Live Oak boys mean business. The County Commission Chambers Of The I

Let's show good sportsmanship BRAND NEW BRAND NEW I
to these fellow fishermen,
but let's come away winners. 12x70DIAMOND 12x70DIAMOND Bradford County Courthouse 1
Winning is not everything,
but it beats losing. 1
Larry Noegel won the April TRIO) TRIO Starke, Florida i
club I tournament in Orange
I !

Badcock Takes 3 BR. B&% 2 BR, B&% I


1st At BrookerBadcock $745000 $125000FHA :

swept four straight On The Proposed LAND USE PLAII1977-1995 \

games the Brooker to take first Invitational place in & VA FinancingNo \1

8.Tournament held May\ 6,7 and Down Payment. With V.A. Financing For The CITY Of STARKE Will Be Held By I':

Dorsey's Restaurant from

and Fernandma the third.Keystone Beach was Merchantswere second OLIN'S \, \ THE STARKE PUNNING BOARD .11

Jim Sweet from Dorsey's r
Restaurant won the most QMO HOME

valuable player trophy. Sweet .. l t
was 17,for 20 with two home Public Input Is Encouraged And

runs and 9 RBI's. 100 Starke 9645606Olin's ,
Moose Club 1140 of '
Gainesville won the Sports- Interested/ Citizens Are Invited
manship Trophy. Mobile Home Seven Years In The Same Location And .

Other teams from the area We Will Be Here To. Serve you ;When You Need Us. SAnd
that participated in the Urged To Attend ,
who tournament was host were team Brooker and the You Might Check Out Our. Competition, For They Come And Go. S SI"

Starke Merchants. Sf f!

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Page8A TELEGRAPH May 12, lt17

1 PEOPLE TRUST ECKER D'S Pirates, Giants

Tied For DYB !


Pirates and the Giants
a are deadlocked in first after I
J the Pirates lost there second
game of the season and the
ur Giants picked up two wins

4 OZ. PLASTICCOPPERTONE 1 18OZ. $1.00 15OZ.BRECK. REG. In Pirates games 11 this Lawtry week:B.8

REFUND 49 Lawtey Blue had the Pirateson
BY MAuI the ropes but the Pirates
SCOPE GET COUPON fought back to earn an 11 8

II SUPER [ T\\ MOUTHIN STORE, ALLBEEWithC BOTTLE OF ton r NORMAL DRY ECKERD I going victory.The scored into. the was sixth tied at inning 8.8

__ OR OILSHAMPOO when the Pirates scored three
SHADE runs. Lawtey Blue came backin
super WASH >> the bottom of the inning to
SUNBLOCKING + CARDS put two men on base but were
,. IINFI'te Craig Sapp was 3 for 4 for
rs ara,.. = uMIT BRIDGE, the Pirates and Kenny Davis
wCopslani :if.--: ONE 9 9 POKER the Pirate starting pitcher hada
\ ? ? home run.
\99C LIMIT 21
:w Mr. SCOPE rrircena ONE 129 PINOCHLE Bruce Simmons of I.aw ley
Blue in the had third.a three run home run

Giants H-Pirales 6
The Pirates dropped their
second straight game as the
o aIlluuhlIll Giants held them to just five
r hits in winning 14-6
The Giants also had only
five hits but were helped b\
GALAXY-201NCH GASOLINE A II receiving 12 walks
For the Giants Richie

I SPEED FAN POWER EDGER LIMIT ONE Fender had two doubles
Gil." GUARD Timmy Tyson had a triple and
FIVE t ..RENT BLADE Obl-F 19 Randy Parado hit a home run
STICK SAFETY GUARD 2 H P BRIGGS & STRAT. N For the Pirates Craig Sapp
THREE SPEED >37I3 a TON MOTOR-3 WHEELS' POLAROID had two singles and :Martx
REG $, Irons and Jason Polk hit I
TYPE 108 double*,
2.5 OZ
Giants pitcher John Bennett
6 9
LIMIT had nine strike outs
2 Uodj"roIIO.III\\tl'>
The Dodgers survived !some
kEG 22 99 W WITH shaky pitching and went on to
M COUPON heat'Law le> Blue IO-M
(WITHOUT COUPON The Dodgers pitching Ital'up
PROCTOR SILEX "' 4 991 18 walks but gaP up im
k double b>' ('lay Ion :Nur-

;; ,,,,, EXTRUDED NYLON LINE WITH the lead Johnny Brown and!
SPRING LOADED FEED #600 {'orv' rounlelter: had honit-
15 OZ 119 : ((7L\ runs lor the Dodgers
{ ::
LIMIT' 2 ''R'CEINSECOS8 m..24 88 DUO TANG .iants Kichie IIhidger2Pitcher Fender gave

t' 99 up t two runs on two Singes and
REPORTCOVERS PET'M two wild pitches in the UrM!1
inning but then settled down to
KOTEX REG. 22* EACH strike out nine Dixigers o rid l
2FOR DOG TICK & allow only two more hit- lot.,
MAXI PADS NOVUS 6-DIGIT SELF PROPELLED f the rest t cil;' I the game
i. ) (half' and Ja"ii I
BOX OF 12 CALCULATOR LAWN MOWER FLEA COLLAR Kenni'tl nth l each had a double old", "1 1iI ,
'S With 4 functions and Df1 single lor the Giants chili
22 INCH CUT 3'/a HP KILLS I FLEAS John Bennett and Hit'hie
+ decimal.
u a floating 29
? J p '. : __ .L.f.1LJI.\\ Plus algebraic logic, MOTOR BRIGGS & STRATTON ;VatpdSe Pet'm UP TO FIVE Fender each had doublesThe !
77 lets you solve problem REG 141 88 MONTHSONE I Mandmgs/ "hllIh I ,'
jJ ai you'd lay them tick&flea collar REG $2 69 I'll'dlo.' Grunts tied with ">
J t .' lemrds aril\ l I the I DiKl rrv
J No. 750 9 9 119i.1 right In'hind at 4.1 l.awtr\
J J RUBBERIZED CANVAS Blue .is tourth with a "Tleiurd

et' '' GILLETTE REG 989 ,SURF RIDER '|'iHla\ :Max I I-:! the I IIoKlu"| 'N
. .
CRASS CATCHER .7.88 host the I'irates! I tin/ Frul.i\
J ; : WITH GRAB ROPE May: I I Uiwtev' Hlut1 pl.ivIhi 1 ;'
,r111 FOAMY ALUMINUM J/d INCHES X 50 FEET r:1:1'1\ I beam conduction Giants, at T pin Tuesdav} I the.
f SHAVE CREAM + Ilodut'I' play l.aUeHim' :"n

3 GARDEN HOSE 1.\\eley


n... REG ",' 12 x19 COOKING \ DURABLE Norman Farm
s- : Model ti 797
Tsoti: i1 :Normans, Farm Uuiniii-
PERSONAL 2888 EG 88 C cr S.O .I Softball 1t'lm1111 In'gin 'In
34 88 3 1977! season h\ hosting .1 I I-
INFLATABLE team tournament lhi>
weekend at West-ide 'Park
V 'in
27 X 72" AIRMATTRESS Starke
RAZOR :Normans 'llrmIii" |I.. l
IGLOO PLAYMATE OSCILLATING years Florida :stale! (h.in.
BY 27x72 INCHES pions md will Inmeelinc!
r SCHICK 9 ICE CHEST SPRINKLER MADE OF TOUGH some ol the top tr.iiiIron! allover
FOR J2 VINYL WITH PILLOW I the lale in thi-
The strong held will |l.iI\I'
LIMIT ONE CAPACITY. I REG $4 88 the Gremlins, from laiM: |
4 REGULAR 13 88 99 the Kebels. Bla/" mil'
Olympians from J.ukoiille
DENTYNE 88 66 SANDALS 37.. Other entries mcludi I the.
BONUS PAKGUM Jaguars! from Koca Hal on, the
Green :Machine ol Box ton
PEGICC' Beach: t the Spirit nl Green i
61 .. Cove Springs. The Zixiiai'
-- --<:>-0=r.: from St Petersburg! the
,. "' Skeelers of Gaml'S\IlIe, The
2FOR BIG : Green :Machine I Irom ( ,&-,iii
&4 ? FOR HEDGE AND ,__ .-4/ and the Zandarettes Irom
29e n MAMA :..,.....- GRASS TRIMMING! ApopkaPla
tn n ;;-- "COMPETITION" \ begins! Friday night at
r ( T PANTY 1 19 INCHES LONG ":15 and will continue through
+ SWIM GOGGLES J 7-OUNCE Sunday afternoon A SI pass
HOSE HEDGE SHEARS o for admission w ill he good lor
FLAVOR all !games,
I COMPETITIVESWIMMER Trophies will be awarded to
LIQUID ,IA.: uid.lflrl: I t SHADES WITH WOODEN 99 IN 1"9 the winner runner-up and the
; REG 99i HANDLE 3 third place team Individual
PLUMB' ? 49 REG $5 88 trophies will be awarded to
j the
FANCY players on the! top two
LIQUID DRAIN r !;;;;;J', .D_ :::::: teams

32 74 .
EVA SHORTS Season OpeningSkeet :

.1 i 1./1,/-..;. SOUTHBEND 730 Tournament
I f
OR FANCY PATTERNS REEL AND ROD Elf N REG. The first match of the local
skeet shooting tournament
COMBO i. LIMIT was held Friday night at the

i Film Prints MULTI-144 REG 688 6'/i FT. FIBER 999 TWO man Keystone's Club Heights Sport-
1 Celanuta.eto' $799 REG. .13 99 The winning squad madeup
m1 pro'lf with.v.ryroll $1 99 of Myron Prevatt. Truman
of color or Dickinson. Bill Sumpter and
f f 1 and whiledeveloped film, Corky Rowe. all of Keystone.and .
and Jerry Rowe of Slarke.

mblaCk; : : EVERYDAY TODAY SALE PRICES' GOOD THRU WEDNESDAYoPEN 5 vtS To: 87(SOME ITEMS LiMiTfD; SUPPLY) local managed team to out and shoot two another teams

Lr [ from Cecil Field to retain the

Kodak Film owh.e OQ ( ; p p D P 0 p team Ed trophy Kimutis for of their Starke club.was

your developed prinft you,buy peck filmand two up i UJ(] J JmlJ i L I r_ _- 'I i out high Skeet of scorer 50 shooting targets of the is night broken.open with to the 48

rolls of Kodacolor or Sunday and
block and while film I night from 7 to 11
far the regular price 831 S. WalnutStarke I i at the Keystone Airport.
of on....TODAY
I Eldon tUckabla trav u THE:
s OFFICE, SHOP Ph.: 1M4..S11U.

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May 12, 1917 TELEGRAPH Page 7A ,1xar

Pay Raises AuxiliaryWell DOR v + iS

Okayed In LawteyPay Staffers

raises totaling $25 per Jordan for a pay raise. In his ballfield at the 'school. Lights
week were given two city absence (the marshall is in would be turned off at that Complete
policemen by the Lawtey ,
City Pennsylvania attending the
Council In action time, except in unusual casesof # ;
Monday funeral of his mother)
ball The rfyr
lengthy games. ,u
night. May 2, and
a bid Councilman Robert Scott l.-
staff will this
police oversee *
totaling $18,500 awarded for moved that Jordan's pay be responsibility.City TrainingGraduation
an auxiliary well completewith temporarily raised : r ,
Dump, electrical work week, retroactive to April. Clerk Lucille Shuford
and tien.Police The motion, seconded by informed the Council the ceremonies for
pay raises had been Councilman Bennett, passed County will have available Department of Offender
tabled last month for further unanimously. $59,000 for a CETA summer Renabilitaion employees
consideration. When the Patrolman Carter, em- help program to benefit low Minimum completing the Standards basic 160 hour for Foster Rates High In Training
matter came up again ployed under the CETA income youth with summer
Monday night Councilman program, has been working training. This matter will '. Corrections was held Robert Foster accepts his certificate of graduation on
Buster Bennett's motion to for two years at$178 per week. job brought up again after Receiving certificates of completion for 160 Hour Minimum Tuesday, April 19. completion of 160 hour Minimum Standards for Corrections .
give Patrolman Charles He has not had a raise in that further information has been Standards for Corrections from Florida State Prison are (I-r): Four classes of graduateswere from Sheriff Dolph Reddish. Foster dispatcher-jailer for the ''
Carter a $10 per week pay time. recieved. (Front) Larry W. Tew,James P. Smith Robert II. Tanner awarded certificates of Bradford County Sheriffs Department, had the highest scores 4'
raise died from lack. of a Marshall Jordan was -To consider purchasing a Roger W. Newton; '", completion and were on handto ever received among those attending night class and one of the j
second. earning $212.50 per week. The new tractor with mower and (Back) With the graduates are: Col. M.R. (Hicks, Ray Gray, hear remarks by Dr. Iven highest grades overall.
Councilman Ben McCulley $15 raise will bring the sickle bar for mowing city DOR Region II director;Jdo Morrison, assistant superintendentat Lamb, director, Police \
---------- -------------- ----
then moved to raise Carter's marshall up to$227,50. Jordan streets and ditches.To FSP and J.W Warreni .I IA Science and Corrections
salary $10 per week beginning had a $25 pay raise a year ago. write Seaboard railroadto :'S Departments for Lake City
July 1, if his work was still The town's newest request that passenger Community College, and Ray
satisfactory at that time. patrolman Skip Phillips, was trains be ordered to limit their : Gray,DOlt Region II director. I
Councilman John Robertson the second hired under the speed to 55 mph in the city CUBB Change OverExplained
seconded and the council CETA program. Phillips after patrolmen had clockedseveral ; Completion of the basic ,.
unanimously, but reluctantly, received a $10 per week pay of them exceeding 80 course gives each graduate 9
passed the motion.Councilman raise two months ago. to 95 mph. semester hours credit on the
McCulley -To purchase Starke's old To Public junior college level and offers
suggested that In the future, The council received two addressograph equipment for the opportunity to continue
such raises should be con- bids for installation of the $100 to address city water -- work toward a degree, said
sidered in advance of budget auxiliary pump and well. One bills.That public hearing held part of a 10 county community Lamb.
planning, around September, bid was thrown out because it the police staff should Monday April 18, to get therequire action agency October 1 Mrs. I
so the council can anticipate did not meet specifications.The not have to rely so heavily on citizen the Nelson told the 65 persons The 'joint graduation .
input on _
-- ... .. _' < c
and ceremonies covered four 'S"
state assistancefor
tiese: raises and be preparedfor $18,500 bid was awardedto county re-alignment of CUBB gathered at the civil defense
them. E. Earl Floyd & Sons of necessary equipment to Economic Agency with the building. For a county to go by classes, the first beginning in Lawtey Correctional Institution employees receiving cer-i.:
Councilman Bennett pointedout Jacksonville. The firm will write up accidents, B & E's, Suwanee River Economic itself to become an agency it December 1976 to the last tificates of completion for the basic 160 Hour Minimum StanIi 1
"If he is good enough to begin work in mid or late May.In homicides, etc.; further, that Council located in Live Oak must have a population of ending March 1977. duds for Corrections are (l-r):
keep, he is good enough to geta other action, the Council the Council would take had "good community In- 50,000, said Mrs. Nelson. (Front) Thomas (Head, Roger Alan Redding Charles T.
cost of living raise." agreed: whatever steps necessary to ,volvement," said Mrs. Sally Bradford, with a population Classes for minimum Stearns Robert Rosier;
Also previously tabled was a -To place a 10:30: to 11 p.m. purchase limited equipmentfor Nelson, executive director. around 15,000, must join with standards are held throughthe (Middle) Paul Kish. Charles W. Marshall Linda Sparks Billy
request from Marshall M.M. curfew on the use of the police use. Bradford would become others for funding. CUBB has Correctional Training Joiner, Mitchell L. Anderson;

--- been in existence since De- Institute on the grounds of (Back) Ray Gray DOR Region II director, Capt. Ferrell .
cember 1964 and Is now receiving Union Correctional Institute, Manning, R.W. Blom Charles It. Garrison, James W. Teston. .K
$500,000 yearly in Raiford. Timothy Clark, and W.ll. Smith.
funding, Mrs. Nelson said. k
The 10 countv community
agency would have a tow I

about population 33,000 of low 110,378 income and Craig Salley Is Architect I

people available for direct .
services. I
The programs presently '
available in Bradford CountyMrs. i.
For Vo-Tech
Nelson said, "woudcontinue Expansion
as they are and thereis .... .
rrk a good possibility that there Going through the legal Vernon Parmenter who tractor must be within 75 '
will be additional programs." motions the Bradford County selected three firms from five miles of Starke, guarantee ,
I- 1 She did tell the group the School Board selected Craig applications submitted.The everything he does for two it
administrative offices and the project calls for :
x ii iiS iiyy may Salley and Associates of years
w rwW 1 1I 1'not I i be located in Bradford Gainesville as the architect to recommendation board adopted of the the five tenance.years Whoever service the main "'
+ r County. draft plans for the $1.4 million con- >
x committee selections in orderof
tract is awarded to must start
County commissioner Hazel
+ Paulk, a member of the CUBB expansion school. of the Vo-Tech preference, Salley, MichaelLee within 10 days of the contract /.1! .i
k Adams, and Architectural date and will calendar "
have 60
board of directors, said county
The board met in special
Design Associates, Inc. all of ,
officials agreed with the realignment session following a screening days for completion. i i
Gainesville. Committee
and sent an affirmative The estimated construction j
committee of board
meeting members said, they based costs for BMS BMS J"I I
resolution of intentat Lawtey, '
Chairman Arthur Gaskins and
their decision partially the
Charter members of the Bradford Middle School Chapter of Members must have an overall 3.2 academic grade polnL. their meeting March 7. members J.T. Parrish and proximity of these firms on to gym Brooker, Hampton BHS and, the Southside administration s
The was told after 12 ,,j
I the National Junior Beta Club after Installation ceremonies at average and satisfactory conduct In all classes. group Starke. The others not building is 'I'
in 4- $83,500. t
operation as a
years ;
the school April 28. selected were: Byron Hall
County CUBB Agency it K Registration Set Alternates add $32,760 and )j' .'
Architect of Park and
would be disbanded under a Orange mechanical and electrical ,

I 56 Charter Members of BMS Beta Club Installed April 28 district funding program setrr For May 9-13 Charles Fla. Parton of Holiday, estimated contingency construction,$27,000 for cost a total of : '
r up by the state in 1974 under, J
Students entering Bradford Negotiations for a contract _. )
Fifty-six charter membersof and parents, Karen ,Holtzi) the charter membership of the Charlene Beam, Lourdes,*? l Ito-).newii regional form oft;; r County Schools for the first with Salley were brief and he $143,970.The board approved f.J
the National Junior Beta treasurer, lighted the black Junior Beta Club at Bradford Castaneda'and Joseph Herres. government. The Community* time at the kindergarten or was approved unanimously by Salley's first request for architect .1 i
Club were installed in an candle and spoke about her Middle School: Beta Club sponsor is Mrs. Service Administration, a first-grade level may register the board as architect for theVoTech payment of $3,023 .!
impressive, traditional duties and the seriousness Peg Stanwix-Hay. Louis federal agency, pays the May 9-13 in the appropriate under the same representing 35 percent of his l
ceremony prescribed by the which should characterize the Martin Hunter, Sherry Garner and John Snell are co- administrative costs and with elementary school during the terms, a basic fee of six per- basic fee of 6 percent of the
national order Thursday office she holds. Davis, Susan Sapp, Michelle sponsors. this funding it gives CUBB a regular school hours. cent of the total estimated total $143,970 or $8,638. l
28 in Bradford Clemons, Suzanne Newport, Beta Club members are private non-profit agency the construction costs, as hispreviou.o
night, April Beta initiates were called To enter kindergarten, a V .
Vickie Carver, Tina Best, currently volunteering their base to apply and receive
with the
Middle School. forth by sponsor, Mrs. child must be five years old on ; contract In other business the board: i
Shane Thornton, Lorrie services on a regular other funding.The .
board. Also approved unani-
Following the singing of the Before Raymond St8nwi seated-Hay.each Chambers, Marlene Mc- schedule. They are working at re-alignment is expected or to before enter first January grade 1, ,1978 a child, and mously was a contract to -Authorized Casey to adver- I
Beta Club song by Beta being Williams, Donna Marsh, St. Mark's Day School, Starke to be completed by the must be six old serve as the architect for all tise for industrial arts
received his national
student on or
; Chorus students, Deborah Frances Whitaker, Tammy Elementary, Southside beginning of the fiscal years equiP'f'f
certificate from Jesse J. year before January 1, 1978. other schools "at the pleasureof ment not to exceed $ ,
Parmenter delivered the Louis Baldree, Bobby Starling, Elementary, BMS, the public October 31. After the public Parents and the board." be placed in the new industrial :
devotional. She concluded the Moore, principal or Vickie Nicula, Tract Smith community churchesand hearing to guardians are .0
library, get community reminded that Florida The board also authorized arts center at BHS. ;
scripture reading by leadingthe Garner, co-sponsor. Ms. Daryl Thorton, Ronda Stern, home for the aged. involvement the board of to bid specifi- I
audience in the saying of Myrna Lou Rahn presented a Eddie Winkler, Scot Craft, Worthy character, good directors from the 10 counties Statutes require that pupils Salley cations for prepare the county school -Took no action to allow ) I
the Lord's Prayer.A yellow carnation to each Deborah Parmenter, Nancy mentalitv. creditable will be elected up to 51 withequal entering school for the first The bids students moving to other :
student at this time. and time in kindergarten or first re-roofing projects. areas in the county to ride i
Wallace, Karen Holtz, Dale achievement com, representation (one-
be at special
opened a
candelabra containing Principal Moore administered Eugene Underhill, Rebecca mendable attitude typify the third from each) of the poor, grade must have a birth are board meeting June 6 at 7 school buses to out of district I
certificate other p.m.
different colored candles was the Beta Club Cooper, Maria Castaneda, Junior Beta Club members. civic and private organiza- or acceptable schools. Chairman Gaskins It J I
placed on a starched white pledge which the students Billy Seay, Annette Austin, The members must have an .tions and government bodiesin bonafide proof of Salley told the board the said rather than seta precedent t 'it'
clothed table in the center repeated, right hands raised. Joyce Thorpe, Lynnette overall 3.2 academic grade the 10 counties. birth, physician's statement roof bid specifications would they would follow.', I
front of the room. Before Each student was then pinnedas Hamilton, Vicky Sheffield, point average and satisfac- Mrs. Paulk, representingthe that the child has no com- have pre-qualifcation items board policy and if a student ; II
giving the president's speech, a charter member. Brenda Dorminey, Kathy tory conduct in all classes. board of director of CUBB, municable diseases, and that would preclude certain wanted to finish the school '"
Tammy Baldree, holder of Following the pinning, Lois Henderson Kelly Slade, Carol Purpose of the organizationis presented Mrs. Nelson ad verification of immunization contractors from bidding the year in his previous school, :j i
that office, lighted the white Moore lighted the gold candle Hildreth Terri Massey, Drew to encourage effort, reward plaque for her past services as against municablechildhood certain diseases.com- project.Included. parents would have to provide S j''
candle. vice- and delivered the members Andrews, Teresa Ann Harley, merit, and to promote those executive director. will be: the con- transportation. ) .
Terrie Mathews, pledge. Tommy Powell, Diane Bizier, qualities of character that
president, lighted the red Mrs. Stanwix-Hay read the Rebecca Cooney, Dennis make for good citizenship.The I
candle and spoke of her duties of prayer for youth from "The Chesser, Yllah Slocum, local chapter, like the 215 11
and the significance Book of Common Prayer" Kimberly Buhler, Regina National Beta Club, is a Board Approves AppointmentsAustin
lighting the candle. usedby, the Episcopal Church. Rasnick,Randy Parado, Terri service organization and is t

Becky Cooper, secretary, Refreshments were served Lynn Mathews, Karen Chitty, non-profit. All monies raised' Receiving Brewer, Muriel Gay, Johnnie Talley, Hardrick Taylor, Jane Ann Baker, Roger
lighted the blue candle before following the ceremony.The Tina Ratliff, Lois Moore by the members will be" were 215 instructional per- Green, Bettye Haas, Mae Trawick, Rita Nichols, Earl Chilson, Betty Crawford,
speaking to the Beta initiates following students formno Laura Oehler, Sherra Mott, distributed to charity. sonnel appointments for the Francis Jenkins, Helen Johns, Howell, and Elizabeth Deborah Dixon, Deborah st
school year 1977-78 by Evelena Kittles, Yvonne Walker Gray, Charlotte Hoffman, r I
Bradford County school board Long, Vicki McKinney, School Deborah Patrick, Emm'a'.; I
Conviction In Melrose Murders members Monday night. May Tommi Nolin, Margaret Peek, W.irney Bradford Adkinson High ; Allison: Strong, and Patricia Wain- ,
Taylor 2. Barbara Reddish, Robertha Aljets, Gregory Alvarez, wright. : ,
The board also approvedtwo Snell, Maurice White, Lysle David Brooks, Alice Brown, Bradford Middle School t : ';: 4,
resignations and Williams, Suzanna Williams, Dean Cassels, Edythe Combs, Anna Clayton, Susan Crowley, < r\
Doreatha B. Richardson, Sue Winkler, Fatha DeSue, Bill Costello, Harold Cun- Barbara Stein, Virginia
Affirmed By District Appeals Courtin teacher at Southside Gail Cook, Richard Ezzell, ningham, Nancy Denton, Walkup.Bradford. A 0( ,'j
School who is Minnie
Elementary Dorothy Jackson Lou Hilda Dey, Doris Jaddem, High: Sharon ) J
retiring. Patray, Vicki Powell, and Linda Harrell, Edna Brower,Susan Chilson, Reddy 1 i
of obtaining an arrestor conclude the Melrose murder murder cases in other Superintendent Casey told Susan Scott.Hampton.
1 am highly pleased, said hope Harrington, Eugene Harvey, Cox,Dennis Hansen,and Sally I
Sheriff Dolph Reddish conviction." case as they became known states. Barker was appointedby the board all the appointmentswere Elementary, Inez Harvey, Theresa Hansen.
following the one word opinion Taylor is now serving timein throughout the country and I the court to defend Taylorin not recommended for Norma Jean Clark Ernestine Holiday, Hope Holliday, Vo-Tech: James Hunnicutt, i
"affirmed" by the First California and is not due to would not expect any further the case presided over by assignment to a specific Denmark, Maureen Paul, Grover Howard, Melba and Betty Killabrew. ,
District Court of Appeals return to Florida to begin development in the foresee- Circuit Court Judge R.A. school and some were "apt to Arlene Rich, Carole Shields, Howard, William Hurse, Paul Approved for annual con- f
Thursday, April 28, of the 1975 serving a life sentence until he able future relating to the "Buzzy" Green. be transferred." Noelle Silk, Kathryn Hutchins, Carolyn Issac, tracts were:
murder conviction of CarlMelrose serves time in Colorado and case," Reddish added. Reddish credited the Casey indicated he would Wigglesworth, and Earselene Denise McCulloch, Jerry Brooker: Martha Pillow. I
Robert Taylor for the Texas. Taylor's attorney Jeffrey assistance of other agenciesand bring teacher school Zimmerman. McGriff, Steve Miller, !Mary Hampton: Debbie Bigham, I'
murders. "Our conviction of Taylor Barker of Gainesville based Individuals in a cooper- assignments before the boardat Bradford Middle School: Osborn, John Reddish, and Joyce Kuykendall.Southside .
should absolutely assure that the appeal on legal question of ative effort for bringing the a later date. Jewelle Brown, Judith Clark, Michael Reddish, Paula : Cheryl Gladden, I ,
"This reaffirms our faith In he will never be free again," the introduction of evidence case to a successful con- The recommendations were Doris Cranford, William Register, Olivia Scott, Joy Goodall, Dorothy Leach, '
the criminal justice system, said Reddish. "This shouldGAINESVILLEFlorida that Taylor had been Involved clusion with the conviction. approved unanimously Dampier, Carolyn Dyal, Michael Sexton, Sandra Susan Nichols, Laura Rose, :
when even those of us that following a motion to acceptthe Brenda Farnsworth, Louis Smith, Gladys Thomas, and Elaine Wood. I
are In it full time on occasion full attachment by Mrs. Garner, Julia Griffis, Mildred
Offers Referral ServiceTo Thomas, Thelma Starke Elementary: Nancy I
Form Bureau
have reason to question that Pat Spengler, and secondedby Hardin, Ruth Jenkins, George Thornton, Robert Thorpe, Brewer, Judy Burrows, I
system," said Reddish. J.T. Parrish. Art Holliday Loper, Jeanne Loper, Adele Virginia Waldmire, John Cynthia Hardee, Sandra' :

Taylor, 38, maintained Coordinate Farmers And Truckers was not present due to illness !Mitchell, Dorothy !Moore, Whalen, and Florence Jen- Johnson, Annette McClelland, \
in his Ester Norman, Clydeen
family. : I
throughout the trial that he nings. Carol Redding, Carol Ward,
l instructional Petrella, Gerard Petrella, Sue Vo-Tech Bernice and Deborah Woodfin. I _
for I
when the Approved :
in this state .
was Marketing Association, an "We want to do all we can to Shubert. Patricia Sigglekow, Ezzell
of personnel who hold continuing Alfred Ells, Quincy Gardner, Lawtey: Laurie I
Nov. 30, 1971 killings with affiliate of FFBF, is these transported as Snell t
farmers will be working settingup get crops Donna Smith, John ,
Greene, Roy Hoffler Odessa Hamilton Sharon
and contracts Henry ,
Marr and Bobbie were:
truckers to avoid what could a referral service to help efficiently as possible. Peggy Stanwix-Hay, Phyllis I I
Robert Peterson Jr. i
Valerie Turner took place a t a truckers find loads for return Southside Elementary: George Holiday, Owen Fayson, ,
crisis in
become a transpor- Vicki Beal Benson< Hoover Martha Inman, and Susan Starling.
beauty shop near Melrose. next trips north and to help far- l'
tation spring crops
Sandra Kauffman Bradford Middle Farouk
Carolyn Canova, Joseph Mary : 4 '
.... month. their mers goods.find truckers to haul Sen. Chiles' Aid Duncan, Mary Agnes Local Girl On McCloud, M.A. Payne, Sr., Abdulla Audrey Griffin ; I
Reddish said upholding the "We always have a shortageof Ferguson, Beth Freeman, M.A. Payne, Jr., Della Lorraine .Smith and Michael 'I ;
conviction of the circuit court trucks to haul spring crops, Mildred Harper, Iva Jean Dean's List Rosenberg, Ruby Thomas, Woodfin. ft:
"further proves the credibility but this year, the situation is Farmers and truckers can To Visit Raiford Harrell, Cynthia Lawrence Joseph Warren, Deanne Bradford High Ruth I I \
and sufficiency of evidence serious/' says Raphord call Glenn Tyre or Ray Beulah Freeman, MildredHarper Patsy Anne McClure of Westcott and Walter Westcott. Crosby. William Hahs I
which the state presented. very Farrington director of Gunther at (904)) 343-5183 between Bo Johnson, aide to U.S. Iva Jean Harrell, Starke has been named to the Lawtey Elementary: Alice JoAnna Hallman, Michael 'f: ", I
Assistant States Attorney Ken Commodities and Marketing 8 a.m. and 4:30: p.m. A Senator Lawton Chiles, D- Cynthia Lawrence, Beulah Dean's List at Valdosta State Anderson, Annie Anderson, Hartley, Carol Hawkins I y'I
Hebert did an outstanding jobin for Florida Farm Bureau recording message service is Florida will be in Raiford at Lennon Laurie Mullins,Willie College In Valdosta Georgiafor Melody Cuttino, Rebecca William McRae John Smith J r, '
presenting probably the Federation (FFBF). "Due to available in the- evenings. the city hall Thursday, May'' Mae Randolph, Ernestine the winter quarter. Dobbins, Thelma Knight, William Vogeney: and '
l most complex and far the January freeze, most Farrington stressed that this 26, from 2:30: to 3:30: p.m. Register. Verna Schmidt, Patsy is one of 589 students Eddie Joyce Sexton, Bill White. I j
reaching murdertrial that has Florida farmers replantedtheir service is only a referral and Chiles office phoned Raiford Brenda Shinholser, Ernestine who had a 3.3. grade point Sinclair Sylvia Tatum and Vo-Tech: Oscar' :
ever been held in the" history of crops at the same time, FAMA will not act as a City Clerk Katherine Alvarez, Thompkins, Jo Ann Tyson, average as freshman or Linda Tougaw.The James Killabrew, :Jack LInda"I ; v I
Bradford County. and they will all be ready for broker, but will simply relay( of the planned visit. Marilyn Vellenga, Monterey sophomore or a 3.5 average as 24 teachers approvedfor Daniel, Delores I : I'
The sheriff added,"the case market at about the'same Information. Johnson will be on hand at Wasdin. Eugenia Whitehead upperclassmen out of a continuing contracts were; Rebecca Reddish. and \
to 11M became very personal time." the city hall to answer Hazel Williams Burney possible 4.0. To make the list, Southside: Phyllis Goldberg- Tanner. : .tti .
from the outset I became Because of the potential "We want to get the word questions and hear problemsfrom ,Winkler and Julia Rlpplinger. a student must carry at least Geraldine Lewis, and James Approved Madden) '.
almost totally involved In truck shortage, Farrington out that Florida does need officials and the general Starke Elementary: Philo- 15 quarter hours of course Lewis. were: Doris' and {
investigation and pursued the says Florida Agricultural truckers," says Farrington. public. mena Adkinson, Donna work. Starke Elementary: Robert Gloria Lewellen. x
case when there was little or 1

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I ge8A TElKr-HAPII, Ma ... 1977R

rr CHURCH ACTIVITIES honoring Mrs. Futch on her LAWTEY Mrs. Henry Godwin and Hampton Lake and Mr. and Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt
ii CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday birthday.Mrs. family because of the death of Mrs Floyd Settles of Starke were treated to a Mother's
School 10 a.m.; Worship J.P. Wyrick Miss her husband Friday af were Saturday evening dinner day dinner by their son-in-law .i
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Elizabeth Terry and Miss By Elizabeth Terry ternoonMr. guests of Col. and Mrs. Wm. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. '
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Arthurine Blanchard visited Phone 782-3300 and Mrs. Charles Wilson.Mr. L.H. Harper at their home In ,.j
7:30p: .m.; YPE (Friday at 7:30: her sister Miss Enza Blan- Padgett and sons Lang and and Mrs. Paul Ray and Starke. .
r p,m. chard and Mrs. Thelma Cora Hodges of Macclenny.Mr. Denmark of Jacksonville, Darren of Jacksonville were daughter of Jacksonville were Chad Boatwrlght. son of .
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Wilson at Baker County and Mrs. Leslie Sweat 01 were Sunday dinner guests of weekend guests of their Sunday dinner guests of their Mrs. Lindy Boatwright, (spent
Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Nursing Home at Macclenny Glen St. Mary, and Mrs. their mother Mrs. Lois brother and sister-in-law Mr. aunt Mrs. John Tye. the weekend with his uncle
Worship Services 11 a.m and on Thursday afternoon. Hester Hicks gathered at the Carter. and Mrs. Russell Miscally and Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. "
y 7 p.m.; T.U. 6 p.m.; Prayer Mrs. Bessie Watts of home of their sister Mrs. O.J. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Smith, family. attended the Work Shop for Tommy Clayton and Tom'of
Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Geriatric Nursing Home at St. Anders on Mother's day for a of Dade City were Monday Mrs. Barbara Harvey of Delegates and Pastors in First Jacksonville. The Claytons Y
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Augustine spent Mother's day family get together and dinner overnight guests of their Atlanta Ga., visited her Methodist Church of brought him home on Sundayand
4 t Program on WPXE 8 a.m. weekend with her son and which they enjoyed very cousins Mr. and Mrs. Oscar cousins Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Gainesville on Thursday were Mother's day dinner
Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.; daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. much. Carter. Kelly on Wednesday after.'' night. guests of their mother Mrs.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Barry Watts and Barry Lee. Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews Johnie DeVore of Atlanta noon. Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wigginsand C.R. Crews.
7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting Rev. and Mrs. Leonard and grandson Billy of Ga., spent Saturday andSunday Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harvey Mr. and Mrs.. R.W. Ed- Mr. and Mrs Phil Eunice of .
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Melton and family were Jacksonville were Mother's with his parents Mr. and Daric of Perry visited thir wards of Jacksonville were Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. ,
GRACE UNITED Saturday dinner guests of day dinner guests of their and Mrs. J.R. DeVore and parents Mr. and Mrs.Charles Mother's day dinner guests of Roger Eunice, were Sunday ,
METHODIST: Sunday School their mother Mrs. Louise mother Mrs. Pierce Crews. family Starling and family Saturday their parents Mr. and Mrs. morning guests of their .
9:45: a.m.; Worship Services Messer of Orange Park. This Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mrs. Mrs. Truby Wainwright afternoon.Mr. B.L. Wilkison. All of them parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold '
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Choir was Mrs. Melton's first outing J.P. Wyrick visited their and Mr. and Mrs. Hermie and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended church with their Eunice. r
Practice 7 p.m.; MYF 7:45: on since coming home from the cousins Murray Hagan of Kelly visited their brother were supper_guests of their mother. Several of their Sunday morning J.C.
Wednesday night. hospital.Mrs. Lake City and were dinner Cecil Whitehead in Memorial cousins Mr. and Mrs. T.C. grandchildren were guests Prevatt Jr., and four of his
United Methodist Women Tom Whaley and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hospital in Jacksonville and Booth and family of Gainesville grandsons from Gainesvillecame
met at the parsonage on Tuesday Stare of Tampa and Moore of Live Oak on Friday Rembert Carradine in St. on Thursday night. also.Major and Mrs. James to bring a gift to his
May 3rd with 13 ladies Mrs. Virgil Griffis and Mrs.\ Wyrick returned to her Vincents Hospital, Jackson- Mr.and Mrs. C.H. Brown of Dougherty and sons of mother Mrs. Carl Prevatt.
RuttIer! present.Mrs. George Roberts children ad Mrs. Maines home in Tallahassee by bus ville on Sunday. Pine Hills near Orlando Valdosta Ga., Mrs. George Miss Sherree Shinn at-
Sr., presided and Mrs. Frank Griffis and children of and Mrs. Futch returned to Henry Hodges and children spent Sunday afternoon with Breslin and daughter Eliza- tended the State Band Concertall
Ilinton Jackson. Kt. 1 Coss gave the devotional. The Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starke Friday afternoon.. attended the Stock Car Racesin their brother and sisterinlaw beth and Mrs. Mabel Royetteof day Friday and Saturday
Starke. holds a 6 foot rattlerhe next meeting will be held at Smith and family and Mr. Miss Judith Rentiers of Lake City on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Jacksonville Billy Ray, at Fletcher High School in
ran over Monday afternoonon the home of Mrs. Jim Burton and Mrs. Lynn Boch were Charleston S.C. and her night. Teston. and Miss Doreen Wilson spent Jacksonville.Mr. I
Leroy Jackson's farm on (Adel Dinkins) in Jackson Mother's day guests of their grandmother Mrs. O.J Sincere Sympathy of the Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Mayo the weekend with Col. and and Mrs. Fred Moore
Forsyth Road. Jackson said ville. mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Boyette Sr. of Lake City were Community is extended to and daughter Melissa of Mrs. Wm. Wilson. James celebrated Mother's day on
the snake had four rattles and HIGHLAND BAPTIST: and sister, Mrs. Daisy guests last week of her son Dougherty and sons will be Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
estimated him to be 6 inches Sunday School 10 a.m.; Boch. and daughter-in-law Mr. and with her parents tor sometime R.C. Moore and family of
across. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Jr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Jr., and MIKE MITCHELL while Major Dougherty Is Lake City and other members l
7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting children visited her mother- family.Mr. away in Service. ,of the Moore family. :
U.U Caltlrmrn Will Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. in-law Mrs. O.J. Boyette Sr., and Mrs. Jack Harris of UAR HElL LINCOLN ;
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday in Lake City on Mother's Day State Farm visited Mrs., .

Hear Land Us* flan/ I School Services 10 11 a.m.a.m.; and Worship 7:30: afternoon.Miss Elizabeth Terry her afternoon.Pierce Crews on Saturday 2201 N. Main St. Gainesville Fla. e.. ......, JOHN'S J

p.m.; Prayer Meeting nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.Sue and Laura Witcherand -- ,... 264-1353 Remodeling & Roofing Co. 14-9002 !
Comprehensive land USt Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Terry Futch and familyof Sue's daughter Stephanie I U.:>jIl Z
plans for Bradford and Unior ISORTHS1DE BAPTIST: Jacksonville Beach were of Miami were Sunday dinner 372-4251 Bigaagi 372-4251 Run MAkM e.....liti SUktKM AhmIpNE, &W1IIwI/ :

Counties will be the topic ol Sunday School 10 a.m. ; hosts for a birthday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar !)* M TfM. J ffll ft. Net NnilMaj. I VhajlCtatrtf .. ;i
discussion at the Cattlemen'sAssociation Worship Services 11 am.; Friday evening honoring their Carter. Mrs. Laura Witcher *Mrt. M TftH J
meeting at 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 mother Mrs. Joyce Futch. spent a week with the Carters. "More Cars For More People
Thursday. May 19, in the Mrs. Marian Hall of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand ".... w..lar.nl.AragAA..rl

agricultural building in p.m.ST.. JOHNS: MISSIONARY: Jacksonville Beach, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Earl Than Anyone Else" Ti SAYE We Do Our Own WorkFOOD '
Starke. BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 "c.
The meeting was postponedfrom am.; Worship Services 11 .
its regular May 12 time a.m. and 3 p.m. on second and
due to a conflict in dates. fourth Sunday; Prayer Band FAIR WANTS YOU TO FEEL GOOD i
Charles Justice of the Mondays at noon.
North Central Florida SMYRNA; MISSIONARY
Regional Planning Council BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 U.S. NO. 1 NEW FLORIDA
will be present to explain a.m.; Worship Services 11
various aspects of the land use am. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: WHITEPOTATOES
plan to the cattlemen mem- p.m. ; Prayer Meeting
bers. A full attendance is Wednesday at 7 p.m.
urged by the president FredG. 0 C
MONDAY Spaghetti with meat
Counselors ch..... totted salad, peachet. trench
Camp bread 11111UTUESDAY 41 SAVE 40" 10 I
: Turkey salad' on .lettuce
tweet peal trench 'ro... fruit 'lallo.bitculte. .
To Be Interview IJGiiidniice \' butter, milki,' LB BAG
WEDNESDAY: Laiagna with, che....
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The Bradford-Union : Salltbury steak with The Valuable
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Friday Guidance May Clinic 20 as the has date set for FRIDAY I. relit Turkey butter milk tandwlch., ; buttered Coupons in this: I PANTRY PRIDE 1 LB BAG I I 60. -ATTn I
interviewing prospective earn, trench tries tweet potato pea, /J PKG. of
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problems. Dodgers vs Lawtey V.
camp is operated on a daily
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in Alt I IIIN1 .M> MICH GOOD TXUO., fH \. ,
attempt to alter the child's and !Mrs. Fred Moore Grocery. 'H'UHID. NY id It' UIMNtliy 010.111 elttvD.
.behavior with intensive and visited their son-in-law and .
concentrated efforts using daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Seeb ..- S ---Y: : TomatoJu id tf "1. ,
behavior modifying Andrews and family of .. ,
techniques. Wildwood on Sunday and their .ow"cfl 0 COMPARE e..e.... Wo.
Anyone interested in applying grandson Andy Andrews in sAVE
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Interviews will be con- County Hospital. Our
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Guidance Clinic 321 West Miss Arthurine Blanchardand Pudding Cups 69 SAYE
Madison St. Starke betweenthe ,, t it lu 201 EveryDayLowPrkc
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Grape hours of 1 p.m.5 p m. Blackshear Ga., were Jam or Jelly 69
tomorrow (Friday May 20)) Wednesday dinner guests of
Persons applying should call her sisters Mrs. J.P. Wyrickand Vienna e Sausage 3/1/ | LIBBY S FOAMY
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Suzanne Newport Outlasts 11 Raiford News regret to learn that he is ill in Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stafford i L

Sat. In State Spelling Bee of Union General Ilopsilal in went shopping in Starke ,
Lake Butler. '
O' Wednesday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Alford Ad- Charley Mattox had as
luck next year"after faltering noon to9 p.m.May 13, 9 a.m. They went to their vacation dison and children came over weekend guest, a buddy from ,!
on the word "liason" in the to 9 p.m. and May 13, 9 a.m to home in Inverness, also they from Gainesville Sunday and Lake Butler Jody Hurst. 7
state spelling bee competitionheld noon. traveled to Christmas, took Alford's mother Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Killer Little I
7t7 in Jacksonville Saturday. Congratulations to our )Florida near Orlando to visit Inez Addison to Dowling Lake Woody, Mrs. Cenie Addison I.';
May 7. Raiford students who attend Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence for a picnic lunch. and Matthew were business
Suzanne daughter of Mr. : : : Lake Butler Middle School Cannon and family. Mr. The annual Firemen's visitors in Lake Butler I.
and Mrs. Max Newport of for winning ribbons on their Cannon is Monroe's first Mother's Day Dinner was held Wednesday.
Lawtey, outspelled 11 other projects they entered in this cousin and he is a former last Sunday and many enjoyedthe Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ray "
contestants in the local years L.B.M.S. Science Fair. resident of the Raiford fine meals. Check the and children of Lake Butler II
competition. The contests are Mary Louise Taylor community. The Killer's also paper for further details. visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ,
sponsored by the Florida daughter of Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Sincere sympathy is ex- Wilson Monday.
Times-Union in all Florida Robert Taylor Gary Griff, Raymond Kite and family in tended to Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Ruby Rickerson and r
schools. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Inverness.Mrs. Rodney W. King and family in Cheryl of Lake Butler visited :
In the state competitionthere Griffis and Bill Hemme son Rosa Sapp's home was the death of their daughter, Mrs. Juanita Harris and :
4 were 24 contestants and : of Mr. and Mrs. David the setting for a Mother's Day Lisa Ann.Friends. family Friday, I''
Suzanne said she hung in there Always"'I Hemme were named as get together. Those who came of Floyd Cogginswill Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stafford I
Suzanne Newport with nine or ten faltering before Superintendent's Scholars, were, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell regret to learn that he is a visited an had lunch with ;
Middle her. She was ac- recently at Union County High Allen of Fort White Mrs. patient at North Regional their aunt and uncle Mr. and
Bradford School companied to Jacksonville School. Hospital in Gainesville. A Louie Williams in
I by Congratulations to Glenda Bass and son David of Mrs. I
seventh grader the attitude Suzanne of New her parents,her sister and two MitfdAlways"I these fine students from Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. speedy recovery is our prayer Jacksonville Tuesday.
has "better
port friends. Raiford for a job well done. Randy Thomas and son Lee of for you. Mr. Edmond Layfield of
Several other students from Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Sincere sympathy is extended Thomasville Georgia visited
Raiford were named as Walter Parrish of Lake to Mrs. Dorothy Blom Mr.and Mrs. Cecil Wilson and '
Principle's Scholars and more Butler Mrs. Patsy Tyler and and family in the death of her family Wednesday.Mr. 'I
964-5757 were named to the Honor children, Shawn Paige, and father Gust Forsberg. .and Mrs. Dennis Rogers
Scholar's Roll at U.C.H.S. We Brad of Jacksonville. Folks Mrs. Glenda Bass and son of Chatahoochee were"'
praise all of you for these from here were Mr. and Mrs. David of Jacksonville spent weekend visitors recently of ,
accomplishments. John G. Sapp and son Wayne the weekend with her parents Dennis's parents, Mi, and ;f
Archer-Tanner Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat and here Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mrs. Willie Rogers.Congratulations It
Personals Ramona Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wallace.Mr. to Mr. and f
Miss Ramona Sweat, of Sweat, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer and Mrs. Drew Sweat Mrs.Earl Dobbs on their forty i
301 South of Starke Hahira Georgia was here for Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. and Ramona were shopping in six year wedding anniversary. f
the weekend. Ramona attended Mack Sweat. Jacksonville Saturday and Mrs. Frances Kitler ate f'|
church with her Mrs. Cenie Addison and while there visited with tended church Sunday with f.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Drew children Mellisa and Matthew relatives. her mother Mrs. Eula Carlton
MONUMENTSDoyleM. Sweat and sang a special went to Lake City Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. John W. at Pine Level Baptist near 'I
song, "Ten Thousand Years." visit Cenie's parents, Mr. and Manix of Tampa were the Starke. Afterwards Mrs. t I
Thank you Ramona for Mrs. Woodrow Everett and house guests last week of Mrs. Carlton,Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I.
Archer sharing with us your special family. Gertrude Hart. They visited Starling and children and .
God given talent. Friday Ernest Addison with other relatives in the Kathy Starling had lunch with ''I l'
L.F.D. Miss Linda Sue Alvarez of Mrs. Inez Addison, anciF'rankie community during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kitler at I.
Gainesville spent the night ) Rivera were shop- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson their home. I
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. ping in Gainesville and while entertained with a fish fry Mr. and Mrs. Alford Addison I''
"Within Your Means Now, Peace of Don Alvarez Sunday night. there they visited Mr. and Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. and family of .
public to enjoy seeing these Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kitler Mrs Alford Addison. Woodrow Kitler and son, Mike Gainesville enjoyed coming to ..
beautiful plants is: May ,12, 'were on vacation last week. Friends of A.R. Bruner will Gordon and Eddy Kitler were Raiford recently for a Bar B
the Wilson's guests for the Que lunch at the home of
delicious meal. Ernest Addison. Also, there to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert enjoy the meal were. Dock '
Taylor, Mary Louise and Addison. Mr. and Mrs. t.d- ';
3 3 LEG BREAST QUARTERS QUARTERS WITH WITH BACKS BACKS SAVE 20' A LB Mrs. Charlene Crews and son ward Addison and children. I
3 WINGS. NECKS. GIBLET PKGS. Alian of Lake City went to Mrs I Inez Addison and "
Adel, Georgia recently to visit Frankie Rivera.I I II
FOOD Mr. Taylor's mother Mrs. I received a letter May 9
LOTS OF FRESH S.B. Taylor. from Nana Tompkins of
C Mrs. Juanita Harris and 1
Jasper, Florida Mrs. Tomp- I
FLORIDAOR Mrs. Fronie Crews were kins used to write the
GEORGIA shopping in Gainesville Raiford News. She wrote that
CHICKEN Tuesday. she had received her Union I
FAIR County paper and had read ji

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I I'HOltl.K.M: No.i--The Bin Ditch." I0-f6 deep ra\Int' cut by Mater PROBLEM ofJlimasaDrive.: No. Popular "swimming hole" in Alligator! Creek atdeadend )I'KOHI.IvM.;: :Vacant house and overgrown lot when. rats meprovlngu I
running whereoneyaulhbroke his neck In dIVt'.
intoAlligalorCreekinbackofhomesonBridgesStreet. nuisance for nearby uniform factory employees.

VIEWPOINTNixon Problems, Problems Wlio's Got The Problems ? I ICity

Councilmen likehouse..ives. %'Ifr' City:; itf/ Steals llnx Sonu- Iou:; ;" ." The Council at first considered
have a job that's the
filling deep hole
Fools Himself{ ; never done. with rock and rubble hut on

No sooner than John Doe'sditch clings to roots of tree forminga pot smokers and other undesirables when he struck a second I thought, decided thai
gets fixed, than Joe roof over the cave, and in all seasons. hard clay ledge while diving since the creek lied is !slate
Not The PeopleWhat Blow's street needs grading. recently the little girl fell Located at the dead end of from the cliff and will be an property, they'd better, get
through with only the roots !Mimosa Street (east)) it is a invalid for life. permission 'before' taking
Some problems just won'tgo holding her up from a plunge\ action.
away however, and of several feet. deep hole washed out in the This spot has been the scene

some people won't do for States-not only in Mr. Nixon's case harried councilmen turned channel of Alligator Creek of many unsavory incidents: I'rnbll'mn:1: :i Less

but in the case of criminals, from their attention to three of At its May 3 meeting complete with miniature One being the rape of a dramatic than the other twotrouble
money these at their last meeting. Council authorized the Street waterfall at the far end
juvenile girl by two or three spots is the old!
bank robbers. to murderers to rapists.
ten-foot Department to investigatecost /; juvenile boys, and the most t dilapidated house and small
Problem No. I
Such is the only way to describe the They serve little if any time for their deep ditch that is rapidly of IB-inch pipie to channel Property lines of homes on recent being a serious woods overgrown' lot I lying between

maddening, saddening, and totalling crimes and actually become the assuming proportions of a water into creek in a project !Mimosa extend Io the creek fire last Saturday afternoon Johnson's More and the plain

frustrating spectacle to which Richard beneficiaries of their misdeeds- miniature Grand Canyon in that may cost in excess of banks and homeowners are deliberately set in two locations \ of ('adlllal'1.l1llIla'lul"lng: 'm'a7'he

Nixon subjected himself on television in through movies TV dramas songs, the back yard of Mr. and Mrs. $5,000. frequently annoyed by' by juvenile boys, burning ramshackle house is a 'lire
Michael 712 E. tresspassers congregating in five acres woodslaiid.( and. 'health hollal'eun! l ,
the David Frost interview last week. magazine articles and newspaper Phillips, Problem ;No.; 2 This their < should
Bridges St. yards to "dive off'Into and almost coming close Ix.1 condemned as ,such I It I I i-.1 i
nuisance" drawsswimmers
columns about their exploits. Throughsome "attractive the cool but .
mUI'k.tt.rs.. enough to shower sparks on harbor, lor I'als1 hi* some
Of the "show" attracted the American Eaten away by erosion the in the summer and One lad broke his neck
course a large strange process several houses along :Mimosa 1 Irm ecoders' limes such poison, put out by
ditch funnels water draining
television audienceso do pornographic public-or much of it-has come to eastward from Water and St the nearby, store to protect

movies-and the innate believe that crime is glamorous, and that Clair St. through underground their seed and feed 'I he rats,

curiosity of homo sapiens makes us those who participate in it are objects of pipes channeling into a then sometimes die within

Americans willing to subject ourselvesto sympathy and admiration rather than rapidly-flowing torrent wet times) behind the Phillipsand
almost anything in order to satisfy derision. Harold Glasgow homes. creating. a i nuisance: .

that nagging curiosity.But .
How else could Mr. Nixon get by with Pat Phillips (tin photo I It ',\.1'- ienirted| I ,il I Ihr

his smirking defense that the motive for surveys the scene thinking: of Council meeting that tin
if :Mr. Nixon hoped to gain
any III I the l li.ul!
owner ( propel
her four-year-old daughter. >
thing other than the $600.000. he was his cover-up was "pure political contain- Becky, who must be carefully lie'rluirr'rnr'nlx; \'i'e'If'rl/ir/ Srlntol" llnnril/ Minilnrsnnil agreed. t to let the oily clear oil
ment" rather than obstruct -
paid for his performance, plus 10 percentof an attempt to watched during play hours to the lot and "icimhiirsc 1 the
the commercial advertising take, he justice for the benefit of individual shield her from a possibly C.ininly. ."'i"/If'r"I"; '"15list Council for. I tit' expense in

have been criminals? dangerous drop of 10 or 12 feet \111\t'll The ,street! committee
must sadly disappointed.Here
into the water below The Dear Sir'St.'E'ral averages about I.HHI) hours! was designileil! ; to investigatrwavsanii I
results for
After all it was the same old Nixona swift stream has already years ago we hearda per year at his or 11I'rork and its people our inunliy mc.msol' getting: tin
and there there may have been a washed out a cavern somefour deal about dci- Teachers. also have to keep up 1 lot clearedI'riibTcmsT
little older perhaps..a little less great a ..
sob,sister viewer who got a lump in his to six feet back under t tu nothing! board of education in with their education In mostcases t Whilepl'aking! of' !its wire- .
or her throat when :Mr. Nixon, at long "imperial. But the tactics were bank undermining I thv lar/p-/ Bradford County Therefore by I taking courses at a meats lor niemfxTK! the :'tr.IjI';. ; ";"" im.v

last, and three too late finally basically the same the subtle passingof oak tree at Mrs. Phillips the people changed the boardof collect1 or a university during 'Ixiard of education, we should never cease, Bui then vilial, -
years the buck and the setting-up of those right. A thin layer of topsoil their summer vacation or at also, the 1 Councilman
education membership with turn our attention/ to a City I t lor it )not to
admitted that he let the American
"fine gentlemen and great Americans" high hopes Voters arebeginning night school requirements tar superintendent solve problems"standards
people down. These were the ones-or Formrr to ask of si-linols' They arelengthy
BUS questions
Haldeman and Ehrlichman as the I Kccently it has come to me
at least the same who enjoy t and broad This'
type again like howdoes one there person
culprits in the wood pile. The old that has l Itcen much
having the wool pulled over their eyes, per- Studt'1ft'IHlwr: qualify as a member of the bickering, arguing disagreement must t keep U -III.eltl'! on ) and policies ol' Ilirsihmil
and haven't had a good cry since :Mr. secution-complex references to a "Fifth Bradford County Board of and indecision among all recent developments He Let superintendent\

Nixon's similar breast-beating in the Column" working to overthrow his Of Council: Education !My answer is that teachers !>supervisors the must t he trained to understand carry' out I the standards. ,.milmlicies
Presidency, and the hint that maybe the there are no qualifications cit public and (the board of and work with the supervisors ( 1111 Innlion II lit1 needs
famed Checkers speech many years ago. Paulann Lock, former but that there shouldbe 'he ihooses and I the teachers
present assistance. let him cull on the
CIA itself was to "shenanigans" to educationmore I t than lor
up Bradford High School student!,
standards set' by the State who work with him us \\dlu<> boald! ol education
/get his hide. There was the coldly was elected by the student of Florida many years previously It the pupils who attend his
The least tIr.: Nixon could have done seems proper to me that. these
calculated, computerized smile, with all body of Southwestern High. school He tx
RI't'nRn.t Vernon: Him/
for his $600,000. plus ten percent would what school problems and adjust
Hanover Indiana to be one of Another question is .
Therefore, let
the warmth of an iceberg-and, like an leeway E : Hn.ul
be settled Morgan
ments must by
have been to have stood up like a man three girls on the Student salarv is paid a board
the bulk of its sinister threat the 'board of education set the
,and -once and for all- admitted the iceberg Council. member It is $(,216.25. while compromise With the thought
hidden below the surface. in mind that no problem is so
of and Miss Lock was also selectedby the salary of a beginning
guilt obstructing justice coveringup
the Farm Bureau to be one teacher is H,200. A board of great that sensible reasonable
a crime. But he obviously intends to You did it once, Mr. Nixon. You fooled of t....0 students from Jefferson education member possibly people can not settle it by

continue the cover-up and go to his the bulk of the American people! with County. Madison Indiana to spends' 110 hours per year in giving and taking!! and County Agents By

grave still piously proclaiming/ that his jour maudlin Checkers speech. But you attenthe state convention this office while a teacher working interests: together of t those for the concerned hest t I

mistakes and admitted "lies" of the Bobby
heart ,and not the mind. A sad and could not do it again. ':;:::::::::::::::::::::::ft: ::fc:%:::::::%:::::::::::: :::::::::,:,:.:.:.:.:;:.:.:;:;:::::;:::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: that if we.1 1 would hot1t'sllbplieve return to our Notebook V

nauseating/ spectacle.: Among/ the half-truths you spoke in --- old members system and not pay the = TaylorlMiotli'MUi5..l = & ...... '.
of the board of
this latest television fiasco, the only .,- .
Had it not have been for Gerald Ford's education, we would secure a
whole truth
when said
was you IT WAS/ better hoard with a better The rain that finally came broiler and I'gglrueUl'lIIIn\ !
ill-considered Mr. Nixon TU5T A LITTLE
(suprisingly forthrightly): "I let down spirit We must t rememberthat last \\weekend as welcomed: Same ol the highlights( Include

well have been forced to answer "free"in my friends. I let down the country. I let rlARAALESS 'PQUITICALCONTrM :..... it is a great honor to be a by everyone, especially our the poultry outlook mamne,

a I courtroom the questions propounded down our system of government..:' member 01 the board. of farmers and gardenersc! management and! uUli/al tan.
to him last week on televisionfor education w ere on the serge of a drought 11ami insect control and'

fee of $600,000.t That is sad __ that could have seriously' reports: on poultry research
a a You CA.and; did speak the truth There should be seven nonsalaried \
damaged our crops beyond All programs III In- given hv
commentary on justice; in the UnitedUpgrailillg members on the
thl're1r.: Nixon. Congratulations! 1J hoard of education with standards recoveryhow \'pr. most qualified and evperu'ncedIx'nple I
now looking set by the State of crops g again u!>l'lullll

HATi3T Florida without strin11(! Looks like our strawberryseason our poultrygrowers I

% r should consist of a builder, a is about. over. Dry The Watermelon Field I.I) ) '

I i Sn h div i is io n 1+ T farmer! a laborer, a lawyer weather along. with other will 'he held in Leeshurg nil
an educator, a minister and a problems caused our Wl'dn'sdIJUII(' I This
aos5r ,I business man. A board of this production per acre to be verylow i meeting and tour is open tomyone
kind would quickly restore most fields. of .. ,
-" ..- in Quality interested in watermelon
1 () (tls And' StreetsAt -- -- confidence t'cunomanel. a strawberries was good production and I hope
smooth running system.To though throughout/; the our growers( will be able. to
picking season. Prices were attend\
prove the above I ask also\ good all year.
r '- :--- you to think of the outstanding The Vegetable Field 1 Day

long last, and not a moment too flack, even though they have neveracceptt'd / non-salaried! Zoning I'm hoping that most will be held at the University
T4 AT'5Np Board. of Bradford County It ers made enough leld to
grow y Horticulture I'ml
the is to in Gainesville
!soon county preparing tightenup the streets for maintenance.The .
is the opinion of many people want to berries next
grow on Thursday, June 2 This
its regulations! on roads and streets in ')( Ne-SE' that it is one of the best in our tear I know that demand for is always a good program because -

subdivisions and or developments new ordinance to come up soon FOR state. They have a. difficult berries was strong, especiallyfor it is an opportunity to
for I I I/ )1 time in this work because so L'-l'ick-It. and road side hear about and
approval by the Commission, willprovide / i I ) ; see a good bit
The County Zoning Board is now that t COVE many people feel that theyshould markets. ;Maybe the prices received of vegetable research thatis
"All streets and public Up
do just as I they pleasewith and demand for our for
j on our of the
going part
operating without an ordinance on sub ways shall be cleared and graded to their property berries will cause interest (10 state. There also
'is a /good(
divisions-a situation that will hopefully their full width of right-of-way includingside continue so our acreage will lunch available that features

be corrected when the new zoning slopes and to the appropriate c-- un Another! alaril'd.!shining example of increase. fresh sweet corn tomatoes
public spirited
ordinance is prepared in conformancewith grade, and shall be surfaced in accordance work is that done by the men This is the time of year cucumbers onions, and fried

the county land use plan. Under the with the applicable standard who wrote our' present when activity increases for chicken. I hopea good numberof

present set-up however the owner of a specifications of the Florida Departmentof i national Constitution in the our folks! in production agriculture reserve vegetable this date growers and attend will

tract of land can sell lots by "meets and Transportation.The ? 18th Century. This !great document Several Short Courses the field day this
came about because and meetings!! have been heldor
bounds, in width streets he
these men pooled their ideas are scheduled in the next
desires with any kind of surface he owner must dedicate a minimum and ,were able to give and few weeks.The Another important program!(

wants-or none at all-and start sellinglots. right-of-way of 60 feet before the county take compromise and adjustto for farmers who need to be
one another's ides for them Beef Cattle Short certified to use restricted
will accept maintenance; pavement base Course was held last week at pesticides will be held next
t must have a minimum of six inches of the University: of Florida. The week This is the training

The condition of the so-called streets compacted limerock covered with a surface ,\ Boa>W ; program was good as asual. program that the majority of
then becomes a matter of concern for the of asphalt of and : f and well worth t the time of our our farmers attended last fall.
lot owners only. The will not concrete one one- cattlemen attending. This session is for those who
county fp4
quarter inch thickness. Minimum widthof p she could not attend last year and
accept them if right-of-way is less than the pavement must be 22 feet. 45 Olf?I sesame inn Other short courses and will probably be the last
60 feet in width and the "developer" of workshops scheduled in the "day' session I will hold.

the project if he's still around has no These are just normal Q( oy next few weeks are the
requirementsthat BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. Poultry Institute Watermelon
ygrl7CN The w ill be from
responsibility to provide maintenance program
in effect years Publishers Field Day and the Vegetable' a.m. till noon on Monday. May

ago. With their strict enforcement, the Published, each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark' *la. under Field Day. 16. and 8am. till noon on
The County Commission remains proud owner of a new residential lot will Actof March 3. 1879 The Poultry Institute will be Tuesday, May 17, at the Agriculture -

under constant harrassment from be at least assured of being able to get Subscription rate m trade area: $7 per year: $4 six months. held on Tuesday and Wednesday Building on North :kit

residents of such "developments" due to into and out of his property without Outside trade area: *8 per year: $4 50 six months. May 24-2S, at the in Starke. Call me at IMM-C-JHO.

the rapid deterioration of the sub- undue wear and tear on his car-or on Phone 964 6305 Starke. Fla. Flagler Inn In Gainesville.The questions Extension; or 209.need if to're'eivethis you' have

standard streets, and must take a lot of his person. men program and others is for involved poultry In training.t."u .

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TopicAt -- OBITUARIES TORNADO ---a BROOKER IN BRIEF By Jeannette Prescott ..La
'Hampton Baptist 9t

For May 17 Speech Henry A. Godwin, 62 Aaron A. Sumner, 70 TALKS
Henry Godwin,62, of 1013 Aaron A. Sumner, 70, of 633 School Trips
s East Call Street, Starke, died W. Pratt Street, Starke, died Mrs. Cooke's kindergartenclass Mrs. Cora Lee Stamaker Karen, and Billy, had dinner I
Hampton Baptist Church Friday afternoon, May 6, in Friday afternoon May 6, in BV: Denise Gisay and Mrs. Powell's first will drive the bus on the field with their mother, Mrs
; will have R.D. Patrick the North Florida Regional the Bradford County Hospital Diane Crews grade class, as part of their trips. Chaperones will be Mrs. Maggie Hodge, and Carl on 1
t Mahoney as a guest speaker Hospital in Gainesville following a lengthy illness. Neva Flynn study of plants and animals, Lou Patray, Mrs. Jerri Mother's Day Sunday, May 8. '
Tuesday, May 17, 7:30: p.m. following a brief illness. Born August 10, 1906 in visited Silver Springs Phillips, and Mrs. Melodie Paul Prescott and son,

Mahoney, 'whose subject Born July 7, 1914 in Columbia County, Mr. Everyone Is proud of Tuesday, May 10. They toured Stilwell. Johnny, treated Mrs. Jeanette i,
J: will be "What Is Communism tr Jacksonville, Mr. Godwin Sumner had lived in Bradford Christie Redding who placedin the Deer Park and Wildlife Prescott to dinner out at the
:Go; anyway?", served for more lived in Starke since 1941. lie County for 48 years. Mr. the four top finalists in the Nature Trail. They saw an School Menu Branding Iron Restaurant in
2.., than twenty years in the Air was a rural route mail carrier Sumner was retired from the Clay Co-Op Essay Contest. alligator and reptile displayand May 16-20: Starke on Mother's Day. They
fi. Force Intelligence in Europe, with the, Lawtey Post Office Florida State Road Depart Christie will take a trip to went on the Jungle Cruise. MONDAY brown beef on also visited Mr. and Mrs.
Laos, and Vietnam where he for the, past seven years. ment, had driven a taxicab for 'Washington this summer for This was an excellent opportunity rice, carrot stix, citrus salad Clifton Polk in Starke and Mr
was attached to the Green Formerly with the Starke Post several years, and operated a her outstanding achievement. for the students to green beans, corn bread, and Mrs. Orea Prescott, Anne
: Berets. Office, Godwin has 33 years fruit and vegetable stand. He Christie will now compete observe plants and animals In milk. and Rhonda in Brooker. The "
An American Opinion service with the Postal Ser- was a member of the Smyrna with the remaining finalist their natural habitat. TUESDAY Sloppy Joes on Prescott's arrived home justin

Bureau Speaker, Mahoney's vice. Mr. Godwin was a Baptist Church. and the winning essay will The fifth and sixth grade bun, baked beans, fruit jello, time to see their two
; talk is expected to be laced member of the First United Survivors include his wife, enable the contestant to meet classes of Mrs. Scott and Mrs. french fries, milk.WEDNESDAY. daughters, Inez Prescott and .
ft with personal experiences and Methodi Church and a Rosie M, Sumner: five the President. Good luck Ezell were scheduled for a Peanut Mr. and Mrs. Donnie McCarthy i
his opinion of where Communism R.D. Patrick MahoneyUSE member of the Masonic LodgeNo. daughters : Mrs Mildred Christie! field trip to Marineland today butter and jelly sandwich, and Shawn before they
fits in the world 35 and the three York Rite Thornton, Mrs. Carolyn (Thursday, May 12)). cheese and macaroni, returned home to Lutz and I
Iff' conspiracy, and what it means Bodies.r Thornton, and Mrs. Barbara Excitement at school is peaches, mustard greens, Tampa. The two daughters
for America. BRADFORD SurvivQrs include his wife, Gilpin,. all of Starke; Mrs. being arroused by the plans of The second, third, and milk. spent the weekend with their t
Everyone is invited to hear COUNTY TELEGRAPII Lucille Johnson Godwin; a Evelyn Booth and Mrs. Nancy the 1977 prom. The final dateis fourth grade classes of Mrs. THURSDAY pizza, corn, parents. 1
1 the speaker. There is no admission WANT ADS daughter! Mrs. Barbara Ann Jakob, both of Brooker; five set for June 9. It is being Jackson and Mrs. Pillow are apple sauce, rolls, milk ,
: charge Griff of Starke; two sons: David Sumner and held at the Flagler Inn of scheduled to visit Silver yellow cake Prayer List i
brothers' John M.Godwin of Clyde Sumner, both of Ft. Gainesville. The time is set Springs next Tuesday, May 17. FRIDAY fish and grits, Mrs. Jessie Mae Fowler :
Starke and William F. God- Meade: three sisters: Mrs. from 9 p.m. to I a.m. Rumorsare cole slaw, /i orange, cheese I
i 14x60 14x60SUMMERHILL win, Jrj of Chattanooga Loca Bell Gibson of Jacksonville goind around that this is to slices, milk. CARDOF TIIANKS
Tenn.; a! sister, Mrs. E.H. Mrs. Doris Phillips of be the best prom ever. A A 1 'fJllt/ult. Choir; This will be the final menu I wish to express to my kind
CLASSIC Register of Orlando. Palatka, and Mrs. Ruby reminder to the Juniors : planned in advance this school neighbors and thoughtful "'
Funeral services were held Waldron of Hampton; two half Don't forget to pay your three To IVpwf'iif I'roprani term. The school lunch room friends many thanks for the
fotaI Electric 2 BrFK Monday May 9, in the chapelof brothers Winton Sumner ,of dollars to attend the prom. It will use supplies on hand to kind acts and comforting
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Palatka and Crockett Sumnerof must be payed before the end The Avondale Baptist finish the remainder of the sympathy in my recent
Home of Starke with Rev. Tampa, 26 grandchildrenand of May. Prom servers will be Church youth choir will be term. sorrow and for the beautiful
8175 7939' George L. Harper, pastor of five great-granchildren. contacted by next week. The coming to Kingsley Lake service, flowers and food and
the First United Methodist Funeral services were held Juniors send a special thanksto Baptist Church Thursday PersonalsMr. other kindnesses in the deathof
Church, and the Rev. John M. Monday afternoon. May 9-in Mrs. Virginia Johns for her night May 12, 7:30: p.m. to and Mrs Irving Hodge my husband Joshua Pitt
Flynn, pastor of St. Mark's the chapel of DeWitt C. Jones help and guidance. Thanks! present a special music and children. Rhonda, Myra Baxter.
Episcopal Church officiating. f'uneralHome of Starke with program.The Mrs Joshua PittBaxter
Burial was in Crosby Lake Elder T.C. Williams of The Navy Rock Band playedat public is invited to
Cemetery with Masonic Rites ficiating. Burial was in the BUS auditorium last attend. '
at the grave. In lieu of flowers, Macedonia Cemetery north of Tuesday during 6th and 7th CHURCH
the family requests donationsbe Macclenny. periods. It was enjoyed by + SERZTICES s
made to the Memorial many students. A break in
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Fund of the First United schedule was appreciated by BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CIIL'KCIIKev. PINECROVKMETHODIST:'; :
Methodist Church the Ben
or to all students. The students BryantSL'NDAY
Rev 0.1. Brooke
Rev. nl'lIl..('olenlanSUNDAY
Crosby Lake Cemetery CARD OF TlI.\ KS would like to see the band Orange Street : 9:45: a.m.,
Association. return. Sunday School 11 a.m.,
Just a few heartfelt words to : Sunday School
the wonderful friends and Sl'USunday: School 10 Morning Worship Lord'sSupper
: 9:45: ; a.m.; Morning Worship
The Science Club took : Church Training
CARD THANKS:'; neighbors during our hours of a l.In.i Worship'Service II 1 1 1a ; II a.m. ; Evening Services.
field to Sea World 7io:: p.m.. Evening Worship.MOMY .
trip during
heartbreak and need due to :
The recent loss of our m Evening Worship p m. 7:30: p.m.
beloved husband and fatherwas the death of our loved one. A school last Monday. The WIIIISU.I'ran'r: :'; : Choir.: : : 7 p.m.. Youth Til U USD AY : Prayer
Science Club members thank
made easier to bear by million thanks cannot conveyour Service 7 p.m. !\Il'etin i 7:"to pm.
the administration for TUESDAY : Scheduled _
Fully FurnishedDOUBLEWIDE 24x40 your prayers, cards letters appreciation. May God
allowing them to -e---p- Group Activities.
phone calls visits, food, bless each and every one. go. PINE:'; LEVEL BAPTIST
WEDNESDAY: :'; and
flowers, donations to the
Excited students have been AU.KNUIAI'KI.::'; : 6-45: p.m.. Regular Wednesday -
Charles Sapp : Sunday School I
Heart Fund, and the heft
Fully Furnished awaiting the "1977" annual A.M.K.flirHfll"Tin : : l l l Night Activities
10 a.m.; Worship service, 11
bronn Springs Baptist Church Church"7ll'im .a ---
which will be within Friendly
8413 fund for memorial.Also arriving a.m.; Choir Practice, 5:30:
the next week. An assembly is !) St. Stuik j
thanks to the CAKDOFTIIVNKS p.m.; Bible Study, 6:30: p.m.;
special Rev'. K.i. lloaslie. Pastor. CHURCHDr.
being prepared by the Annual
Sin qlcd Roof medical staff at Alachua We would like to take this Jack (Hand, minister Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
Service After Built Far Enerqy General Hospital and the opportunity to express our Staff arrive.to take place after they Sl'U.Sunday: School WEDNESDAY:'; : Teachers

Archer Tanner Funeral Home thanks for all the beautiful 9-30:: a m., Morning Worship.II SUNDXV: I : Sunday School, Meeting. 7 p.m.; Mid-Week
The Sale Is Our Conservation18,8OO53 and staff. We deeply appreciate flowers and other thoughtful a m., Evening Worship ;5 !9,':\in ii m. Morning Worship, Service, 7:30: p.m. ; Choir
all these and other kind deeds in the recent loss of our m. lirst Sunday only Io\e II a mIIIURKDAY Practice 8:30: p.m.
The try outs for cheer- p : '
nesses. May God bless each of loved one Barbara Wilkinson. leading have been held least 7:30:: p.m. Friday'be-fore I : Choir I THURSDAY : Visitation I
Big Asset you is our prayers. May God bless each one of due to some halt given by up first Sunday practice, 7-30: () p.m. 7:15: p.m.SATURDAY'.
The Family of you. a-ae a i-- i : Bus I
EL. (Bill) Reddish The Wilkerson FamilyA trying will out be are this hopeful that so they tryouts C.U.VAHt' H\P1IST (.iR.\CE: IUPTISTClIl'U1I visitation, 9 a.m
year ----
John Brown will be able to go to camp. ('I HUH I I Highway bOA South ST.1.ltK'S: EPISCOPAL
Jim Black Pastor Rev.Jerry Milton
.. .... --
::;.. ; "" Rev.John Flynn
., .DtD e;:
= The BUS Band did well in !
SUNUXY: : Bible School. 10 sTl"1m.tay 14, 10
Mobile Home Center ..) 'J _..;:::=- t1 ,, ;:. the state competition. The !'l'I1.Sundav": :Morningorship.School u.m. : :Morning Worship 11 a.m. .3 p m., FLEA MARKETto
c-- _- students are proud of the \\1-1: > 11m.; ,
_ _-.::: __ :: ._' ....:_ _:::_ Fighting Tornado Band. t II I a m.. Evening Worship 7 a.m. Children's Choir benefit Church St. lawn Mark's Day
Practice. 6:15: p m.; Training School ; \
473-3775 Hwy 21 N. Keystone Hgts. whale's eyes are protected from salt water by an oily sub p m. ASP __. Union. 7 p.m. ; Evening Sl'U'Uoly:'; : Eucharist,
stance so that the whale is constantly shedding greasy tears. !') Latest Gossip Worship H pm. 8:30a.m.: Church School. 9:45:
'l...,. .w.. .. .. At BIIS: ".,.i' vi i 1 MKSTAS.iKMBI.VOKon. Eucharist i
\\KD\Ksn\Y 'Sunday'School a.m.; Holy 11 a.m.
'Uf 1f1f um_ y r- (; ,
Chris Easten is moving tll' Workers :Meeting 7 :MONDAY : Vestry
California. "The. llu|>pChurch p m. Bible Study and Prayer meeting-Parish house, 7:30:
llw II! lit \\ fldonM.Staikc .
Shan Edwards is moving to )
7:30:: p.m : Adult Choir p m;
First ChurchSunday !Massachusetts. .. Practice 8-15: pm. TUESII: : Jr. & Sr. Choirs i
Baptist Sl'I1.Suml.l.: School
Saturday after the and :
prom "A Church Where Every Practice. 7 p.m I
graduation Starke ill invade III u m :Morning \ Jrship. II body) '" Somebody" ..aaSa ,
Crescent Beach. u.m.. Kveningorship., 7 a e a a S.MX: RN'.X: ii.XI TIS1 CHURCH

Coach Jornov's wife gave p m.11EDNFSDtY. (.\II\M lUI'TIST Killer: T.('. \\1 Ilia I1IK t
May 15, 1977B(1JU(1J(1JJ birth to a baby girl. : : : Youthmeeting lc\! .. .1.1 nics Starling "On the search fora
7 p m.: Bible Study friendly church?"

7pm.I !St'NDXY: : Sunday School

( ( ( ( ( ( ( a[b Drugs It's I Past W'elcomenneandall or Robert I harden! a.m 10 am.: Training, :Morning t'nion.Worship 6 p.m.11; WelconetoSmyrna ,

Your Choice -a e a \\1-:11': ESIIhd.Week: : : sl'n.Sunday:.; School. I

KinSTCIIKISTIXNIIIIU Prayer" Service.. 7-o;:) p.m.KIMJSI.KY 10 a.m.. Worship Service, 11 \
(' 'II a.m.. H.T.S., 5:43: p.m. .
a a a
A community drug program Jim Love, :Minister a Evening Worship. 7 p.m.

( (] [ (] ] ] ( UIJIJJ(1J"One ( will be presented tonight : LAKE Brown BAPTIST All visitors are uarmlvSIAKKK
Kev. Paige
(Thursday.m. at the May Brooker 12)) at Elementary 7:30p : !il'-n:!SfMY: :am. : :morning Sunday service.School SUNDXV: : Sunday( School wl'lcorU a a a: ,I

School sponsored by In-I: "> a.mmilh: group Ii(i 10 a.m.; :Morning Worship 11 ('ht'RCROFGUI I )
the Brooker 4-11 Club and the p m. l'vl'nillgJrshlp.. 7 a.m. : Church training. 6:30: KfM.K.Drake: : j
Bradford County Sheriffs Department pm.: Evening: Worship, 7:30:
p in : practice R p m.KIINKSDY
Hundred Years Preaching The Gospel" \\ : : : : Bible p m.WEDNESDAY Sunday : Sunday School !10
Learn the facts behind : : :! : 7:30: p.m.
Study; B p m II m.Iurmng: Worship II
drugs and its possible traffic ---- Kev Stanley Frye. a a m : Evening: Worship, 7 "
into your community Become FIKSTMKTHODIST: : Baptist Evangelist, will be p.m.
1877-1977 aware of where drugs come ('lIl'IU'1i presenting a slide presenta- Wednesday : Family
from, the danger of drugs to lion "The Spiritual" Challengeof Training Hour, 7:30:: p.m.
( you how one becomes ad- Sunday: Church School for Palestine. The public is .Friday : Prayer Meeting
dicted to drugs and the cost all ages 9:43: a.m.Iorning: invited. 7:31):: ) p m.
factors= a drug addict faces in Worship (Nursery provided) ,--a a ----
meeting his physiologicalneed. 11 a.m.IYF; Snack Supper :\l(1nj.Ito.U UNITED:'; PENTECOSTAL:
J. Old FashionedFirst (Janet Turner and Laurie BXPTISTSUNDAY CHURCH
The Friendly People Of Bring your own questionsand !Mullins) 6 p.m. ; MYF :'; : Sunday School Hev.O.L. Wells
have them answered by meetings and recreation, 6:30: 10 a m., Morning Worship and 201 N. Water St.
\ the featured speakers, Sheriff Services for the DE"af.ll a.m.. LIJ.Sunday:: School,
Baptist Church Extend Celebration Dolph Reddish and Deputy p.m.Tuesday: Bible Study Class Training Union 6:30: p m. 10 a.m.: Worship services, 11
sAn Don Denton of Bradford meeting place to be announced (Evening: Worship 7:30:: p m. a.m.. and 7 p.m.
County. 10 a.m.Wednesday WEDNESDAY: :! : !Mid-week WEDNESDAY: : Bible
Invitation To The People I This program is open to all : Chancel Choir Prayer Service and Bible Study 7:30: p.m. 1

Dress AccordinglySunday without regard to race, coloror Rehearsal. 7:30: p.m. Study, 7:30: p.m., Choir IKIDXY: Young People's

Of Bradford County To ii national origin.. p Se aaaaa a Practice. R a] JTI e_a_ c.1:2iLp.:: () ..JTI..___ I
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School 9:45: A.M. Morning Centennial Worship 10:45: Living color Portrait ; \

Lewis Haines
Former Pastor Preaching 1

Burying Of Time Capsule, 12:15: Old Fashioned Dinner On The Grounds, 12:30: Ward :
May 16 & 17 Montgomer.y Photo Hrs. ,

Evening Centennial Mon & Tues 10-1,2-5 '
First| | Baptist Church Of Starke Is Located At Starke Fla. '
Service 7:00: P.M.
Worship Clark
Jefferson Streets
Former. Pastor Leslie Preaching downtown stark, Fla.

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Local National Guard Unit To Begin r ,..v4d'
J L .n is the nationality of his family.
Only the rich and middle class it i

Annual Training May 28 At BlandingThe of can these afford being to drive Volkswagens cars, most, i!

since the price of gasoline is I
local National Guard Presently training at Camp Wesley K. Thomas, Juanita $2.00 per gallon or higher.
unit, 631st Maintenance Blanding is the 53rd Infantry Griffin, Leslie D. Carlton. Many people earn no'more
Company, will complete its Brigade from various Guard Promoted to Staff Sergeantwere than $18 per week and food Is f.I
final weekend training session units around Florida. That Jerry Whitehead and limited and simple, consisting
this weekend, May 14-15, and unit will remain until May 14 Emmett M Norton, Jr. mainly of black beans, rice, II
will report May 28 to Camp when they will be replaced by Promoted to Specialist Fifth vegetables, fruits and little n
Blanding for 15 days annual the 153rd Engineer Companyfrom Class were James B. Griffis, meat. Electricity also is very [.
active duty training. Lake City. Bobby J. Handley, and TravisC. expensive; therefore, there
Recent promotions to Wynn. are few air conditioners or f.
The 631st Maintenance Specialist Fourth Class in the The local 631st Maintenance r r'y rv heaters. Mr. Pires wants his '
Company is responsible for local Guard unit are: DavidM. Company recently had eight ; t children to learn English and
i vehicle, weapons, and radio McMillian Randall A. enlistments including DavidL. o14nh enrolled them in the school on '
services, and general equip- Massey, Rickey L. Faulkner, Green, Albert L. Batten, Friday. After only a few daysat I
ment repairs to units trainingat David K. Griffis, Paula A. Jr., Robert E. Patterson, III, school, Abner, Lela and .
Camp Blanding. The local Reed, Kendall A. Reed, TerryA. Herbert M. Herres, Paul Regina have made friends and I
unit will be training with Vogt, Steven M. Wilkinson Bart Tanner, are communicating well and t
about 20 other units from !May Weissinger, Larry W. Horace E. Gann, and GeraldA. enjoying life. As Connie Clark, '.
28 to June 11. Williamson, Larry L. Ford, Hendrieth. School Principal said "we can '
learn from them as they can

I Souffisfcfe ElementarySouthside learn from us.ELEMENTARY .f fIIAMPTON l

students in gradesone were seen enjoying some of The sixth grades were il, w r r '' "Mary Popping" r
and three will be given a the rides. A special thanks to fascinated by the horticulture vJ& The following cast of
visual screening test before Mrs. Bobby Faye Chaff, Mrs. demonstration given by Mrs. r+ characters from the 1st, 2nd I
the end of the school year. The Elaine Thornton, Mrs. Shirley Westcott on Friday May 6. and 3rd grades put on the :
Gnann, Mrs. Dimples Over- Interesting and little known :
Starke Woman's Club is per- production "Mary Poppins"before
forming this services for the street, Mrs. Lucille Nazworth. facts about plants were a large audience of "
children. Mrs. Ida Mae Schmitt and shared with the students as parents and friends on I
The school newspaper, Mrs. Gerri Lewis for being well as their common names. p Monday evening. May 9, at I
and to Mr. Lewis Each student was given a
"Jaws, published its first chaperones Hampton Elementary School: !
edition May 3 and was hailed a for driving the bus. Their only plant to take home. Narrator no. 1 '- Michelle r
great success by all its regret was that they needed Southside is pleased to learn Kirchaine Narrator no. 2 f
readers. The "Jaws" staff, more time there. that sixth grader, Douglas Tammy Peeples, Narrator no. I
Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Gwen Ms. Goldberg's second Glover,is recovering nicely at 3 Michelle Monday, Mr. ,
Akridge, and Mrs. Murphy grade class would like to wisha home after a stay in the Banks -Tracy Prevail Mrs.
I worked with the reporters to quick recoverty to Penny hospital.The Banks Amy Williams, Jane
organize, type and print the Jefferson's brother, Tony and attention of all studentsand Mindy Hersey Michael ,
'I newspaper. also to Lisa Nettles' father. adults in Invited to the Cast of characters (I-r): Williams. Stephanie Williamson Diana Cardin Sandy Friese. Tommy Len Jones, Mary I
Students in grades kinder- The following students beautiful bulletin board in the 1st row: Michele Gunter, Kim Smith, Brenda Curtis Justin MIndy Hersey. Michelle Esty. Brett Russell. Tommy Lynn Poppins Michelle Esty, j I
garten through third are deserve special recognitionfor cafeteria being done under the Wad.. orth. Robin Griffis, Shannon Ford Dawn Walling Jones.Mark McKinney Sid Russell Debbie Helle. Grace Rowe. Bert Brett Russell Katie
looking forward to the annual their good work in reading, direction of Nathaniel Coley Patricia Rhoden. Leslie Brown. Stacey Paladino Nicole Clark 4th row: Debbie Taylor Tammy Rhoden. Amy Williams Nana Kim Smith, Nur-
Mini-Course Day on May 27. since they have advanced to a artistically talented sixth 2nd row: Lynn Bowen Anne Brennan Steve Jenkins, Jackie Michelle Monday Perry Keaton. Andy Smith Tracey Prevatt, semaid no. 1 Michele
This year five popular courses new reader, Sharidy Harper, grader. The subject is "What Mitchell, Harold Mitchell Tommy Laverne Jones, Karen Randall Glisson. Judy Wadsworth. Michael Waldron Marleen Gunter, Nursemaid no. 2 -
are being offered: cooking, James Martin, Angela will you do this summer?" Waldron, Barbara Davis Regina Pires, Tommy Croll, Tommy O'Steen, Amy Clark Tammy Rhoden, Nursemaid
I jewelry making, outdoor Williams, Evette Gainey, During National Music Hardenbrook. Jimmy Lolacana Steven Shepherd. Trees in background: Eddie James Kirk Williams, Eddie no. 3 Brenda Curtis Nur-
i games terrariums, and tyeI Shane Martin, Cat hey Davey Week May 1.7 the library 3rd row: Tammy Peeples Michelle Kirchaine, Melissa Lloyd, Roger Green. semaid no. 4 Lynn Bowen,
I dying. Supplies are needed for and Billy Portis. featured a display of books Nursemaid no. 5 Debbie
use by the children parti Mrs. Freeman's third grade articles, and pictures of Taylor Jack-In-Box Mark
cipating in these courses. took a field trip in connectionwith musicians and musical In- McKinney Raggedy Ann "
Parents and friends are encouraged their study unit on foods. struments. Of interest to the HAMPTON AREA NEWSby Grace Rowe, Raggedy Andy :
to send items to Assisted by Mrs. Brumbaugh, students was a display of Sid Russell Clown !i
I school as requested in the !Mrs. Huggins and !Mrs. Retch, make-it-yourself musical Debbie Helle, Trees: Roger J
i letter sent home on April 28. the class walked to the Pastry instruments. The library is Green Eddie James, Eddie d
) Grades four through six will Shop in downtown Starke. Mr. also displaying a Mayflowertree : Dolores Meng 468.1915 Mrs. Ida Jones of Graham family whose brother, AaronA. Sunday one weighing seven Lloyd Kirk Williams I
>I have a field day at a later and !Mrs. B. Huffington very with colorful flowers celebrate her 76th birthday at Sumner died in Starke on pounds at their brother-in- Animals: Diana Cardin, j
date. graciously explained the made by Mrs. Randolph's HAMPTON CHRISTIAN an outdoor dinner on May 7, May 6. laws pond in Micanopy. They Sandy Friese, Stephanie
1 On Wednesday May 4, the bread-making process and the special education class and CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Steve Varnum were with the rest of the Williamson; Waiters: Tommy 3
Safety Patrol members wentto machines used, showed the Ms. Goldberg's second Rev.Ja mes Shaw, pastor and children Misty and HAMPTON LAKE family, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hardenbrook, Perry Keaton;
Six Gun Territory in Ocala. students the bread being graders. SUNDAY: 10 a.m. Sunday Stanley also attended their Activity is picking up on the Meng who enjoyed a bar-b- Children with Merry Go i 3
All members enjoyed going baked and how the dough School; 11 a.m. Worship grandmother's birthday cele lake with the warmer que at the home of Mr. and Round: Tommy Croll David
back in time to a frontier cutting machine worked. The GURICII Club Service; 7 p.m. Evening bration. Among others attending weather. Fishing and skiingas Mrs. Russell Gilbert. Newspaper l'l'Helsabeck.
town. After looking at t the 'Ole students were allowed to buy Jr. Worship Service. the festivities were: well as motor boating, Lawrence Kevin, Gerald, reporter: Jody Wadsworth;
West' they spent the some baked goods at the Mr.and Mrs. Wiley Langford, canoeing and jet skiing kept Chris, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Andrew the Dog Marlene '
remainder of the time on the completion of their observations To Hold Car WashThe HAMPTON BAPTIST Mr.and Mrs. Basil Davis with the lake busy during the past Meng Mr. and Mrs. David O'Steen, Uncle Albert ,
I rides-even some chaperones Junior of the CHURCH their children and grandchildren : week. There was an abun- Meng and Tina also enjoyed Michael Waldron; Bird Lady I
Starke Gurich Club Chapter will have MONDAY: Teen Visitation and Mr. and Mrs. dance of swimmers also, and eating, socializing and playing Dawn Walling, Birds -
March a 7 p.m.; Leonard McKinney and that alligator was spotted by volley ball.Teresa Nicole Clark, Patricia
I car wash Saturday, 14, children. The birthday cake several this weekend. Bauldree
CLAY ELECTRIC TUESDAY: Visitation 9:30: reportsthat Rhoden; Mr. Dawes -
at two
from 9 to 5 ,
a.m. p.m.
I a.m., Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. and refreshments were enjoyed her parents and all the Randall Glisson; Bankers -
I & locations North and Dairy at the Queen on US-66 WEDNESDAY: Prayer by approximately 50 The Joe Riddick familywere family had a very busy day at Randall Chastain, Andy
301 Phillips Meeting 7:30: p.m.THURSDAY relatives and friends. among those doing lots their Zodiac Restaurant in Smith; Chimney Sweeps -
PLUMBING SUPPLY Station on will US-301 be North. : Churchwide Mrs. Fred Peeples held a of skiing. Waldo on Mother's Day. Steve Jenkins. Jackie Mit-
I Blvd. Support donation will appreciated.be asked. Visitation 7:15: p.m. party at her home on May 6 in Lawton Yougblood had a Teresa says her favorite food chell, Dancers : Barbara
1013 Blanding' $1.00 SATURDAY: Bus Visitation honor of her daughter's, successful fishing trip with his there is chuck wagon steak! Davis Tommy Laverne
wood Park is
Rldg Orange Junior
The Chapter just 9:30: a.m.; Tammy Lou's 8th birthday son, Darrell, recently on Red- Mr and Mrs. George Masud Jones, Harold Mitchell, Karen
Electric&Plumbing Supplies&Trailer Poles getting started, now accepting SUNDAY: May' 15: Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hunter water Lake. Darrell says the and children. Tony, Geoann Waldron, Ann Brennan, Leslie
applications for membership. Homecoming, basket lunch on entertained at their home on water really looks red there and Melody visited Mr. and Brown, Shannon Ford, Robin
Open 7:30: to 5:00: Monday through Friday President Freddie Stephens, the grounds. May 9 to celebrate Renee's and they caught 105 shell- Mrs Lyle Williams for Griffis, Stacey Paladino
8:00 to 1:00: Saturday Jr., Vice President, Kevin
second crackers catfish and bass.
birthday. Among Mother's Day. Cathy says it Justin Wadsworth, Amy
Phone 964-7173
Hamilton. for or MAY 17: R.D. Patrick guests attending were her Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spell always rains when they come Clark, Brenda Curtis, Jimmy
Phone 269-1291 5.12 4tp 8 2 964-7688 for applications Mahoney: Free lecture opento grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and Stephen, Mrs. Viola from Jacksonville. We are all Loiacana Marlene O'Steen,
membership. the public: Subject- Paul Meng and Mr. and Mrs. Lefebvre Mrs. Lily Jones and grateful it did rain that day! Steven Sheppard, Jody
"Spies, Lies and Betrayal"MAY Al Lagassee. other friends enjoyed fishingat Wadsworth, Mellissa I
28: Banquet Congratulations to Mr. and Cedar Key on Mother's SCHOOLNEWS: Williams and Regina Pires. I
Manufacturers / 1 1ff JUNE 3: Graduation Mrs. Walter Rhoden who cele- Day. They report catching The faculty of Hampton The costume and props
brated their 17th Wedding crab, catfish and speckledtrout. Elementary School appreciated committee consisted of Betsey
f BIRTHDAYS Anniversary on May 7. the lovely begoniaand Hersey, Jolene Friese, Chris
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jones Sympathy is extended to Tommy and Eugene Meng gernamm plants sent in Cardin. Cathy Wulliams,
Sales Room were among those helping Mrs. Rubv Waldron and caught several nice bass on May 6 with Happy Mother's Millie O'Steen, Elaine Smith.
n: iaair r '" ''
l Day wishes from the Vo-Tech
'Of if6,. _._ Margaret Wadsworth and
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I I + : NiL ,.t Horticulture Class Students. Mary Overholser. Dance
WholesaleOffering I '1H.>I"l1 A1414U: ]; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Choreography was done by
aw i1''!! lIE 1flJ' o a93:1' T} GAS SALEGAS Brookins who live adjacent to Lucy Hodges;;,Script Adaptionby
1 .a'.K=:. .J. BAR-B-QUE the school were saddened the Arlene Rich; Music
'i..I at.. !!I'" :iJ.9"1J. !Rti.I same morning when all their Direction by Jo Benson: I
s BRk potted plants were stolen. The
R and direction
Props stage by
''extra: HI'i1R:': i$1LtM GRILL SALES EVENT OF THE YEAR! plants had been cared for Joyce Kuykendall and the i f
i \: the winter months
.", l..ffi1'I\I"! ."vsl through so Pianist was Jean Clark. A big
niiUn' Iii ;, .." it is depressing to think any- "Thank You" to all who help
....ta. .8.t= :U.11 one would delight in taking
make this
a success.
M E N 's .]Bg. j : ....M'i' 3 DAYS ONLY them. A number of boxwood
r..x ,. .
a were recently! removed
,"" 1 ;;::t Thursday-May 12 Friday-May 13 Saturday May 14 from plants the entrance to the
DRESS PANTS ..dg..l e 3n.'Ii.1 school by vandals.
aa LFW UUt1J 8am-5pm '8am-5pm 8am-1 pm The marigolds dnd zinnias Lori Ann Stone

SOLIDS & FANCYS f'ng: : II iif::. planted are by a beautiful 1st and sightto 2ndgradt"rs Can
IIUr.'M,, l1l Idlgts This Spring instead of NO "GIMMICKS" behold as they are now
190 % Double KnitSizes .n-1' "I hlflwi; coming in full bloom,
1141 lg i1 413f our annual "Truckload Sale" AT A NORGAS SALE Mrs. Carole Shields and her Via CB Radio
28 .42 !:ZQ.z.: J'tt.J' ; :U sixth grade class were thrilledon

Sizes 44-48 5 4t r l''., i"t IUl : ;:ii we are having an *Our huge stock of Gas Grille .ia Sale Priced May 5 with the visit of Hampton resident Lori Ann

Jf' ..,, *Models are Complete-/ Xtfvwrised David Dos Anjos Pires and his Stone will now be able to
( r'A21:, "At Our Store Sale"AT *Pal;;,.. Models Include Quality Carts Gas children: Abner, Leia and communicate beyond her
: Regina. Mr. Pires and his home with a CB radio while
2 For The Price .j ;; i: iiiU TRUCKLOAD Bottlesev the GAS la Included i ....wife Nilnda Barreira and she is in a body cast
[t: *u ; PRICES! *You wilt not find thai ,we "Just Sold The family recently arrived from recovering from spinal fusion
,- II. ,,I W Last One" when you get here Brazil and are presently living surgery.
iu it NEW *GnHs are Aisembted-Tested-Warranteed with friends, Mr. and Mrs.
"., r.S'4lt' FESTIVAL MODELCMBCFHM477C" Don Wilson and family Mr Lori received the CB radio
Of f One 1 0'1'iii'$: AEII r1..:."!" "tJi" ':; *Every"Best Grill Brand"Producl.a a Nationally Advertised Wilson and Mr. Pires became and tower through a joint

If' I 11, tG. yf 1 acquainted during Mr. effort of the Starke Shrine
>r. : ;;; :! h.:: aAsamu. BV ARK LA *60 Day No Interest Payment Plan Available' Wilson's tour of duty in South Club and the Gatorland CB
..I 't.lt'iti. (Or terms up to 24
atssrtF. months) America. Club.
We Are Reducing OurEntire .:Iae:b1ll;! :i141iraas Cast 3 Year Aluminum ... Mr Pires does ministerial Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
.l 9seNLMM. Burner work and has also done con- D.B. Stone, Lori returned
Inventory Of Men's J ...: u : Warrantee struction work. He is
;:: _; .i__ 1 COMPLETE-READY I FIREFLY now home from the Shrine hospital
; '...It1UI U.lilll.I ... TO COOK ON! OOHOHItX BY'ARKLAEconomical interested in improving his in Greenville, S.C. at
''..{ :. "-.J1 U. [ English and making a new Easter and is expected to
DRESS PANTS t.UatfdJ:' :. .11 j l*, tlr1 ... To Buy j'S home for his family. In explaining wear the cast at least until the
.4', '. a .w.. $ 28 and To Operate to the students about end of May.Fourteen.
'11'un. q; GRB-20 hfe in Brazil, Mr. Pires explained -
To Make Room For .: Formed Aluminum Body
.....i : : U.. 'SJln.. > there are 22 states, year old Lori has
.I'C: 6. "I -.1 comprising different an appointment at Hope
New stock 1rr.sr:' ar+t. 1 ilWiUt COMPLETE $92 many
I BROILMASTER nationalities such as Ger- Haven in Jacksonville on May
; :T
.,.'Ha:H' 'I IIli..lllR 'UUI Q-3TX man, Polish, Italian, Dutch 28 and she is anxious to have

All These Pants Are First Quality .&.:11:..-.."'.... II 1V ,I1ros.I/ The Finest, Large Size FLAVOR TWIN Russian, and Portugese which the cast removed.

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We Have A Good Selection 1.* '..Iwnl OUR BEST DA&GRIUo BV ARKLA
1"1" ,.ul1a! Redwood Shelf Heat AMERICA'S MOST DeWitt C.JonesFuneral

Of Sizes And Colors a' il:::. indicator Included r POPULAR TWIN BURNER I I

PRICE Iron Cooking Grates, HomeSTARKE
Over ptl At No Extra Charge
2,000 Pairs

SURFACE. Sale Priced; at $19 9
We Could Use This Whole Ad KEYSTONE
Stock And Going FastDon't Describing The Features of This [ A LARGE GRILL-AMPLE FOR LARGE FAMIlIES

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I UDC Met May 4 At Holiday Inn
() ,
iw "'
h4 Miss Norma Canova read an covered dish picnic. Co- _SINCE 1879- t M1layl2,1977
interesting paper on the Battle hostesses will be Mrs. Guy if octa
of the Shennandoah, betweenthe Sale and Mrs. Charley E. 't\\i j ,
I ___ Confederate and Union Johns. 1111
armies at the W.T. Weeks The hostesses, Mrs. C.N.
[, chapter, UDC meeting held Christy, Mrs. J.D. Seymourand QU 'lo ry
x Wednesday of last week at the Mrs. Jewell Roberts Qi
Holiday Inn. served refreshments during'the The Sweeleit SlrawberrU THli Side of Heaven society hlor
Mrs. Guy Sale, president, social hour The 18 964-7608 ,
presided ove.' the business members and guests were ;
meeting. It was announced the seated at a T-shaped table
June meeting will be held at which was centered with an

f. rw .y Jlrj Mrs.the Kingsley W.B. Mundy Lake home with of a flowers.HAMILTONCROSBY arrangement. of spring Mrs. Douglas Hardy Chosen "Club Woman Of The Year" t'


f.r t Cynthia Hamilton, William Crosby At Woman's Club May, BreakfastSome .'

r Engagement ToldMr. 125 members and 1'i rh ,{ r ( } n I; .I f
guests attended the annual I n .
and Mrs. Norman B. May Breakfast of the
Hamilton of Gainesville an- Woman's Club of Starke held
nounce the engagement of at noon Saturday in the 1 :
1 8G. 7fr4i 4Ti
( their daughter, Cynthia beautifully decorated club

Diane, to William Wayne house. i iti
Crosby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Spring bouquets decoratedthe } i.
E.H. Crosby of Hawthorne. tables where the officers, ytr ';Y '
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Dekle Cynthia Is the granddaughter past presidents members and 'f 1

rJ Nelson Dekles Celebrates of Mr. and Mrs. guests were seated.
Alfred Hudson, formerly of New officers for the 1977-78 f
; 50th Anniversary Starke, and Mrs. Frances year were installed by Mrs. ,
Hamilton of Starke. John Griffin president of the ;
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Dekle Mrs. Robert Dekle, Mr. and The wedding is planned for club in 1941-1943. Officers are: ,t, : j '
) of Lake City celebrated their Mrs. Sherwood Dekle and July 30. 4 Mrs Curtis Sanders, -.( / ..
I golden wedding anniversary daughter Mr. and Mrs. Max president; Mrs. E.A. Hall r t
May 1 at the home of their Smith and daughter and Mrs. first vice-president, Mrs. Olin
r daughter, Mrs. M.L. Johns at Mable Beilling all of Lake Mrs. Cadle White, second vice-president, a t1
f New River City; Mrs. Betty Gainey and Mrs. John Smith, third vice-
I The occasion was also Mr. Brenda and Randall, Mr. and Honored On president, Mrs MA Bald- i
and Mrs. Johns' silver wed- Mrs. Michael Gainey and win, fourth vice-president;
ding anniversary. daughter of New Port Richey; Mother's Day Mrs. A. Russell Norman \
i Both anniversaries were S-Sgt Stephen Johns of recording secretary; Mrs. .
celebrated with a family Homestead AFB; Richard : A.K. Carlisle, corresponding I
Mrs Victoria Cadle
I dinner buffet in and 68, was secretary; and Miss Florence
spread style Dekle, Mr. Mrs. Roy honored at Mother's
a Day
; the yard. Young Mrs. Mac Scott, Mr. reunion at her home on Bay Jennings, treasurer. 1
The three tiered golden and Mrs. Dekle Bethea, of street on Sunday. Joey BakerCelebrates Mrs. Douglas Hardy was ,L
cake served announced as "Club Womanof
wedding was Jacksonville; Mrs. Ruby
from a table in the house Bethea,Mrs. Margaret Boner, Mrs. Cadle has nine the Year." The members Starke Woman's Club officers and Woman of the Year at the !May Hreakfast. Shown (l-r) are:
which was covered with a and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus children Dorothy Griffis, voted for their choice at the Miss Florence Jennings, Mrs. A. Russell Norman, :Mrs. John Smith, :Mrs. Olin W. White, :Mrs. I
Ruth Tyler, and Luther Cadleof E.A. Hall!,Woman of the Year \Mrs and Mrs Curtis Sanders.
white old lace cloth flanked by Dekle of Lake Butler; Mr. and Starke, Bessie Warren of 3rd BirthdayJoey April meeting. Douglas Hardy
gold candles.An arrangementof Mrs. Fred Johns and family of Maxville, Walter Cadle and Mrs. VJ. Spengler, out
yellow roses were also usedas New River; Rev. and Mrs. Gladys Johnson of Baker celebrated his going president, was Stork Shower
decoration.Mr. Roman Alvarez of Pine Level Jacksonville, J.W. Cadle, Lois third birthday Saturday after- presented a beautiful silver
and Mrs. Dekle spent Baptist Church. noon,April 30,ata party bowl and a past president'spin
Waldron and Bobbie Ann given Given For .
for her
of their married hfo in capable leadership
Robinson of by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas, Ga., 35
for the two
Lake Butler. Mr. Dekle is a Larry Baker. past years. I
retired construction worker. Junior Club grandchildren grandchildren, and representing 37 great The party was held in the Bill McRae, choral directorof Mrs L. BroomeMrs. q, ry
the Bradford School i
They have seven children, three carport where the fireman High h
three sons and four InstallationSaturday generations. theme was carried out In the and Middle School, presenteda Lynn Broome and
daughters 19 grandchildrenand decorations. Joey wore a musical program. The eight baby daughter Christina
four great grandchildren. fireman's hat. members of the BHS chorus were honored at a stork
Those attending were W.C. The refreshment table was who sang were: Kathy Taylor, shower April 26 at the Pine I
Dekle and daughter, Mr. and BIRTHSMr. centered with a small fire Stephanie Green Paula Level Baptist Church Sunday -- -
The Junior Woman's Club Carter, Alisa Morris. Rhonda School building.
will hold Installation engine.Thirteen friends and Griff. Fayon Hawkins, The walls were decoratedwith j
LADIES ceremonies and annual and Mrs. Harry Milton parents enjoyed the occasion. Kevin Neel and Todd Schmidt. baby pictures (powder,
h, v tyour u'r> .u.n awards banquet Saturday, Hatcher III, of Starke, an- The youngsters were given Cindy Canova accompaniedthe oil, soap etc). .4
profilublt Jvun ..Appurrl May 14, at 7 p.m. at the nounce the birth of a son, coloring books and suckers as singers at the piano. The refreshment tal.le and lily
!Shop, rralurc the Ulvsl inJrunH Garden Restaurant. Harry Milton Hatcher IV, favors. gift table were covered with
Denims. and born May 9 in Alachua Among those attendingwere white cloths over dark pink. A
I Spurl.ararr. SI t/I\O: General Hospital. Grand- Joey's grandparents REDDISH FAMILY baby doll in a tub with all the
inrludrx.: hupptirn..SI. DUPLICATE BRIDGE parents are Col. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker of REUNIONThe baby accessories centered the I
ui itlurrH..Training.in( CLUB RESULTS H.M. Hatcher, Jr. of Starke Logensport, Ind, Mrs. Susan Reddish gift table. An arrangement of !
)our sliiri. !).,.heginningImrni"ry..und and Mr. and Mrs. James M. Stodghill and sons and Bill will be held Sunday family, May reunion 22, pink, blue and yellow flowers
u l.ttlHdrund ; Rhea Johnson and Lora Harrell of Moultrie, Ga.-- Brewer of Melbourne at the Primitive Baptist in a cradle centered the r 1 I
; OprnmK) featuring a Frances were the winning refreshment table with a storkat
--------- Church.
.HI known crlrbnpr tmil couple at Duplicate Bridge ------------- Relatives and friends are one end.Game .
'.. bv open and earning. Tuesday night. Jeff Wrenshalland Mrs. Merrill Edwards and Miss Ruth Crosby of invited to attend and bring a with prizes were
profit, ilhm L'1 J; dYy... Fall Eva Mathewson were Mrs Mattie Morgan are at- Gainesville spent the weekend basket lunch. "'1/>, enjoyed by the guests.
ux anytime TOLL FREE: : second and Mrs. S.W. tending a seminar at Oral with her parents, Mr. and Lunch will be served at 1 Hostesses were Mrs. Owen
I-HOO-H7I-I7HI). Ask for Hamilton and Mrs. F.J. Shaw Roberts University in Tulsa Mrs. A.L. Crosby, Jr. o'clock.DR. Alvarez Mrs. Thad Smith Outgoing president of the Starke Woman's nubIn.: .J. ,
Mr.Jamrx,. 4/2 .11112 were third. Okla. Wednesday to Sunday '. Mrs. Mark Moody Mrs. Spengler hands orerthe gar( el to incoming! prl'SidpntIrll.: Curtis
James Davis, Mrs!Bill Black- Sanders at the May Breakfast Saturday ..flay 7. ._, j
burn, Mrs. John Kenny, Mrs.
JAMES H. MINESINGER Roy Bryant, Mrs. Roman
Church Of God Has Mother'sDay
OPTOMETRIST Alvarez, Mrs. Jessie Ricks,

SALE! Save 4O to $8O ANNOUNCES THAT HIS NEW OFFICE IS OPEN FOR A.B.Broome Mrs. Whitehead Jerald and Baldwin Mrs., Mrs.Jennie Mrs.J.G. ProgramThe

Moody. Starke Church of God the oldest mother, youngest
mother and the mother with
., held its annualIother's! Day
------------- the most children. There
stamp and coupon king andqut'ln was I
at the IIa approximately 90 mothers
THE NEWELL BUILDING ON LAWRENCE BLVD. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tilley .m. service.contestSunday present. :
JALONE'ulamourpEdic' I Hollywood spent last week The ladies auxiliary The choir of 40 members +I
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA. 32656 'with her sponsorthe
parents, Mr. and project each year with presented a musical program
Mrs. J.G. Jackson. They also during the special Mother
: proceeds going
OFFICE HOURS: OFFICE 73-2600 visited Mr. and Mrs. Robbie children's home in Tennessee. Day service !Mrs I\I.E. I
Shaller. Drake,
wife of the
HOME 964-5717 This is a National project for
9 a.m. To 5 p.m. 5/5.5/28 "
"A Mother's
the Church of God. spoke on Duty
Each child was responsiblefor Anyone having coupons or
51O stamps they would like to
collecting green stamps
Innerspring contribute to the children'shome
and coupons. This year's
Grads For winners were Kelli Jo Dyal, may do so by calling I
SALE $ *T7f\95 TWIN SITE daughter of !Mr and !Mrs Rev l\I.E. Dranke, 964-5-145

/17 EACH PIECE Charles Schmitt. and David \
PRICE of !Mr. and Mrs.
Cooper son Grace
Reg 99.9 FULL Baptists
ea pc SIZE 99.95 a Donald Cooper. They turnedin

Reg 119.95 approximately $1,000( worthof Celebrate

r"L QUEEN SIZE r 1B77 stamps and coupons.
,I. ? 49.95 Corsages were presented to
Reg 299.95 set 'n Day

; KING SIZE 339.95 k Oo Mrs. David Jones the
a Thirty guests enjoyed
OTBg Reg 419.95 set ..nI i !Mother's Day banquet

+' er ig1k Honored at Saturday, !May 7, at Grace
Baptist Church.A .
Stork ShowerMrs. lovely spring garden
it theme was carried out,
complete with the banquet
David Jones and table decorated in shades of
daughter, Christy, were light green, yellow and white
/ :. honored at a stork shower A devotion on "Mother's!
Did You April 19 at the Pine Level Day" and "A Christian
Baptist Church Fellowship !Mother" was presented by 1
\n 0a 1r Hail. Mrs. Lanette Griffis !Mrs
''a Hostesses were Mrs R.M. Vonciel Futch led in prayer. I
> > i. ,d ForgetTo Alvarez!Mrs Leonard Moore, !Mrs Futch was honored as
Mrs. James Davis, Mrs. Roy "Outstanding Mother" of the i
Bryant !Mrs. J.G. Broome, year, for her faithful i
Mrs Mark Moody, Mrs. A.B. dedication to the Lord to the i
Whitehead, Mrs. John Kenneyand church and her family.
Mrs. Jennie Moody.A Hostesses for the eveningwere
pink and blue color motif !Mrs. Inez Faulk, Mrs.
Order Your Graduation was carried out in the Nancy Smith and Mrs.
decorations.The Lanette Griffis.Mr.
refreshment and I
gift ------

Cards And Name Cards ? white tables cloths were over covered pink satin.with and Mrs. J.E. Hardy ,
I p Arrangements of pink and returned last Wednesday from I
1 --- blue flowers were used on both nine days trip to Hawaii. ;
j tables. One arrangement was

.I 1. Flex.O.Pedic in a cradle and the other one in !Mrs Weldon and 'I
Comfort of Foam (U'.- Well Isn't To Late We Will a Powder pink and can.Games blue. Johnson Baby Mr. and Gladys Mrs. Jack McComb

) spent Saturday and Sunday
with prizes
were with son and daughter Mr. I
'Innerspring GraduationCard enjoyed by the guests during and !Mrs J.R. Weldon in
Print A Duplicate the party hours. I
TF You enjoy not only the comfort Jacksonville. ,
of loam, but the deep.support -
of steel/In a matlracs.fashioned, 1
crafted end cllmattod for '-

i Support of Steel Florida Foundation For you Call SPECIAL THIS WEEK

It'.A Fact You Can Do B,rt"At 964-6305 And Order Yours Today Glazed Donuts $139 DOZ.

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Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby UII)
spent Sunday with Capt. and Mrs. W.C. Wooten and
Mrs. Mickey Dansby in daughters, JoElla and
Gainesville.Mrs. Kathryn of Atlanta, Ga. were Mrs. Esma Yongue and Troy Bowen and Charles Wolfof
Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs.E.W. Mrs. Thelma Dean of Fair- Lake Geneva; Mrs. Anna
.Pauline Stone and Miss Hayes. field were Tuesday visitors of Herceg of Keystone Heights;
Mamie Anderson of Archer Mrs. Lila Caldwell.Mr. Joseph Richard of Raiford;
and W.G. Stone of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lawsonof I Rodney Carpenter of Lake
Mich. were Sunday visitors of Fort Walton Beach spent and Mrs. Edward Sch- Butler.
Mrs. E.M. Davis the weekend with his mother, wab of Merritt Island and
Mrs. Ewell Lawson.Mr. Eddie Schwab of Gainesville Mrs. Titus Olson is leaving
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker spent the weekend with their today, Thursday, for ten days
returned to their home in and Mrs. Charles mother and grandmother visit with relatives in
Logansport,Ind I Sunday after Lawson and family, Alan and Mrs. Myrtle Anderson. They Paducah,Ky.and Mounds, Ill
three weeks visit with their Laurie, of Tallahassee and were all Saturday dinner .,
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan and guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. '.. ,. --- -----
Larry Baker. Mrs. Jack Dayof family, Joe and Cindy, of Live Anderson in Callahan. Mary Wooten have had as
Southfield, Mich. was also Oak were Saturday visitors of y visitors Mrs. Thelma Men- Chuck RegisterMundorff ...
April 16-April 23 guest of her their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ) Twelve couples of the local doza of Jacksonville on f-----
daughter, Mrs Larry Baker HA Lawson. rp' square dance club, the Straw- Wednesday of last week, Mrs. Terry M d I
and family.Mr. berry' Swingers, spent the Jack Dewees and children\ and
and Mrs. Lallue Mr. and Mrs. O.G. I weekend in Fernandina Beach Dick and David Ritch of
Williams and sons of Ormond Strayhorn of Wildwood, Mr. attending the Spring Festivalof Jacksonville on Sunday, and Register
Beach will be weekend guests and Mrs. Leslie Green and tP the Sweet Art Squares, the Dr.T.G. Ritch of Jacksonvilleon ,
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. M.O. Harrell of Brooker :: Yulee square dance club. The Monday. I
R.A. Colson.Mr. were Sunday visitors of Mr. festival was held In the
and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Recreation Center in Fer- Mrs. Frieda Norman spent Are Boy StatersTerry

.and Mrs. Charles Hardy iTiii:: : nandina Beach last Friday the weekend with her son and
and Mr and Mrs It.W Mr and Mrs. Roy Girod of and Saturday. daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs.
Milner, Jr were Sunday San Antonio, Texas visited Local participants in the Marklee Norman in Hampton. Mundorff and Chuck outdoor sports, especially golf
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr and Mrs. J.G. Holton and square dance festival were Register, two Bradford High and Softball. His hobbies in-
Hardy in Gainesville. Mr and Mrs. Eston Jordan Horticulture-Flower Mae and Harry Hatcher,Anne Sunday guests of Mr. and School students have been clude geology and collecting
the first of the week UCI and John Greene, Marge and Mrs. Bill Sessions were their selected by the local Indian artifacts. Terry is a
Mrs. W.B. Thompson of Al Carlisle, Barbara and Don son, Douglas Sessions and American Legion Post 56 to Boy Scout in Troop no. 70, andis
Ocala spent the weekend with 1214 Rardon, Teena and Mac daughter of Tallahassee, Mr. attend Boy's State in active In his church. He
her parents, Mr and Mrs Leo -------------'I Show Open May Baldwin, Betty and John and Mrs. Kenneth Stokes, Mr. Tallahassee in July. plans to have a career in
ChampionClopida. I I I Flynn, Anne and Wayne and Mrs. Harry Lent and Mr. "Boy's State is one of the engineering or computer
I|I AN OVERSIGIIT and Carol outstanding youth science.
Whiffen, Larry and Mrs. Jack Stokes of programsof
1 1 11 -,i 1 I Inmate Huey Leroy Fullard thusiasts visited the show last Bruner, Barbara and Melvin Jacksonville.Mr. the American Legion, said Terry and Chuck will be two
i itheott.'e 1 local photographer R.P.I j displays his plant-in-wood year, and M.B. Jordan, UCI Prevatt, Mary Ann and Hank Post Commander R.J. of about 500 other outstanding
I :.McLondon was to have been I II creation to be seen in the 1977 horticulture instructor, hopesFor Kyle, Sandra and Jim Dun- and Mrs. Robson Duffy. Paterson Jr., "and we have yough men chosen by the
I given photo credit on two II | inmate flower show opening at an even large turnout at and Bob selected two outstanding boysto American Legion to attend the
can, Mary Agnes Miss Beverly Eggers and Mr.
I "great" pictures he snapped|II noon today (Thursday, May this year's show, where more Ferguson. attend this year." week long event. They will
and Mrs. Warren Johns and
I i I: 01( the Charley Johns reception I I 12)) at the club house across than 300 outstanding plants Chuck is a junior at BHS and receive more than 40 hours of
of Jacksonville
S.TARKE.964.5451 I 1 for the Telegraph. But In the I Highway 16 from the main en- will be exhibited.The Charles Francis is in satis- Sunday family guests of Mr. and were Mrs. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. on the job training in oper-
II I I 1 rush of getting the paper out i trance of Union Correctional factory condition after under- B.J. Eggers.Mr. Lennard B. Register, Jr., of ations of city, county, and
-SAT.-sun : our staff forgot to past up the j Institute, Raiford. show will be to the state government.The .
fRI, I I I I II open going open heart surgery last Crystal Lake. He was chosen
&eNE \ I II I I credit lint'S"Ith the story and I Ir Ribbons displayed were all public from noon until 9 p.m Friday In North Florida and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett this year as Bradford High's 500 participants will
\fia.Cf pictures j ji won by the talented Fullard in 12 from 9 in dormitories Florida
r I II on May ; a.m. to 9 Regional Hospital. and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald STAR student and is presently stay at
tI I i It was one of those times lI II | the 1976 show. p.m. on May 13, and from 9 Norman and sons visited Mr. the student council State University. The dorms
I when It was left to "the other l lI j II More than 3,000 flower a.m. until noon on Saturday, Eidon! Sapp is a patient in and Mrs. James Adams in vice-president. He Is a will be divided into cities,
p j I fellow" to take care of it, and l lhas j II lovers and horticulture en- May 14.Mrs. the Methodist Hospital. Alachua on Saturday. member of the National Honor counties, and districts, and
R [I often happens things ended j jI I --------------.------------- Society, Fellowship of the boys will elect govern-
with doing It. We're Christian Athletes, and the mental officials and hold
nobody j
Mr. Mrs. James Barberof
I lup I Vickie Turner of Dr. and Mrs. R.E. son
{sorry, Mac. i Brant and Robert Strunk under- home Panama Library Committee Chuck is legislative meetings and other
City were
.! \\e should add that Mr. Mac J Gainesville, Kay Turner and went surgery last week in entertained at their on Saturday visitors of Mr.. and also active in sports, being on duties of elected officials.
I Bob Johnson of Jacksonville North Florida Santa Fe Lake on Monday,
Regional Many political figures
'is a true friend of the Telej j Mrs. Tullie Norman. They BHS's football and weightlitlng are
:'graph, often helping out.' Just Jas spent the weekend with their Hospital. 'April 18. The guests enjoyed a were accompanied home by teams. He is also an scheduled to speak to the high
mother, Mrs. Janet Turner. talk by Mrs. Janice Hancockof school
hedld on Sen. Johns' recepJ J his Mrs. Susie Eagle Scout and is active in including
grandmother, .
I .Ilion, to see that we have a I J The Mother's Day dinner Mrs. H.II. Adams and Mrs. Live Oak who displayed Lillibridge, who has been his church. either Governor Reubin
I Sunday was also a joint birth J.H Moseley were sightseeing different interior decorating Askew Lt.
needed photograph in the J the Normans the Terry, son of Mr. and Mrs. or Governor Jim
''paper. We Just want Mac to I J day party for Kay and Dr. last Wednesday and ideas and ways to beautify the two visiting weeks. past Wayne Mundorff, is a junior at Williams They will also hear
Plus 'Iknow we sincerely appreciate I J Richard Odom, who with his Thursday at Busch Gardens, home.Dr. Dopson attended an BHS, and is a member of the state cabinet members and
I II family were also guests of the Clearwater and Tarpon educational seminar at the Florida
M V M puwno ,4 Ihls willing assistance. J Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards band and the high school Supreme Court
Hotel in Orlando the
i haraton
I -The Editor I Turners. Springs. past weekend had as Sunday guests science club. He enjoys all justices.

I II I ... Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dennisof
II I Mrs. Agnes Preacher and Callaham and Mr. and Mrs. UF Draw Warm
; son Bailey Preacher of Joe Hill of Ocala. Singers

Unnsdr 09\ Final Ridgeland, S.C. were recent I
o visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Mrs. Marian Conner and
Artists in
Response Concert
J Lawson. daughters, Helen and
Margaret Ann of Orlando

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowman Mrs. Vivian Harley andchildren A large and appreciative Most effective was the
J _. 3 Days Of of Jacksonville, Mrs. Lex Hank, Maryann and audience was brought to its processional from "Sound of
301, ,_: ::DeC Fa, Green of Starke and Kathleen Phil of Merntt Island and Mr. feet in a standing ovation at Music" sung by members of
..j} Stalks. and Josh McGriff of and Mrs. Bobby Crawford. and the close of a combined concert the chorale as they entered
'l'\t'i we. I jrSraHKEws4 all St, Gainesville were Sunday family of. Providence 'were of the University of ,from the rear of. the audi-
....."J.t. ). \\1'-N. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. visitors of,'Mr. and Mr&.*,..:Florida,Meo'" Glee Club and....tonum and proceeded-at\ slow ,
'4H4 96415'2.0Sale RA.: Green at Kingsley Lake. Barney 'McRae during. the. (he Women's Chorale in the'BHS pace'to'the stage, ending the
weekend. auditorium Saturday number with the always
'Mrs. R.T Hipps of night. popular "Climb Every
: Waycross and Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. M.E. Drakeare The two groups, composedof Mountain." The rousing
The terrifying motion : R.T Hipps, Jr. of Benton, visiting their soninlawand 77 voices, ran the musical "Seventy-six Trombones"from
Ark. were last Friday and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. "
I gamut from classical to show- "Music Man, and the
picture from the .
terrifyiNo. I I Saturday guests of Mr. and Ivor Smith in Fort Lauderdalefrom stopping numbers under the pensive "Sunrise, Sunset"
.Ibett teller.IU.S Ends Mrs. A.S. Harrison. Monday to Thursday. expert direction of John R. from "Fiddler on The Roof"

Grigsby. were high spots of this closing
Dr Francis Lamar Carter Mr. and Mrs. Huston Mc-
Opening with a group on the segment and drew a well-
nf( Jacksonville received his Clane of Starke and Mr. and
Sat May 14th subdued side, the chorale was earned standing ovation.
I degree of Doctor of Mrs. T.K. McClane of particularly effective in its Bill McRae BHS-BMS
Chiropratic (D.C.) during Gainesville were on a interpretation of the chorale director, announcedthat
March commencement Carribean cruise last week. traditional
spiritual, "Way the 21-voice Florida
All Name exercises of Palmer College of faring Stranger." Chamber Singers from the
Chiropractic at Davenport, Capt.and Mrs. J.B. Godwin,
In the Men's Glee Club segment university will present a
Iowa Carter is the son of Mrs. Jr. and daughter of Fort
a novelty "Old program of classical music in
STRANGERAND BrandMerchandise Nealy Carter and the late Benning, Ga. will spend the Mother Hubbard," and the the auditorium Friday night,
Laurie C. Carter of Rt. 2, Box weekend with his parents, Mr. timeless "Grandfather'sClock"
THE / May 13, at 8 p.m. McRae is a
102-H Starke. and Mrs. Godwin, Sr. at Lake
Butler. were outstandingcrowd member of the group, and
pleasers. hopes this attraction will also
I and Mrs. A.S. Harrison
draw _
a large audience
t INOnrss. visited Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Henry

U Harrison in Waycross, Ga. Stefanelli spent Sunday with Starke Elernenta-rv-N ws I
All Merchandise Marked Below Cost. on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli "

family in Jacksonville and The Starke Elementary discuss the P.T.O. calendar
'Local I admittances to celebrated Mother's Day and P.T.O. is for
sponsoring a Family 1977.78.
sirs Good Selections Of Sale ItemsIn Bradford County Hospital this Henry Stefanelli's birthday. Fun Day Saturday,May 21, 1-4 P.E. Students for the week
week include: Joe Milton -------------- p.m. at the Starke Elementary were: Grade 3-Kflth Gilling-
Griffis, Mrs. Carolyn Sapp, playground. ham; Grade 4-Stanley Brown
.; PItt.S, Stock Mrs. Lollie King, Mrs. Marian Recreational activities will Grade 5-David Reichert;
Politics is like roller ;
RATTLERSstaid Finucan, \Mrs. Rosa Stanley, be provided for parents and Grade 6-Lisa Lawson.
: ft All Sales Final No' Refund No Exchanges \Mrs Joan Griffis, Clyde skating.want You to go partly, and where partly students and will include such The third grade took a trip
Mrs. Nina Sanders you go
Johns, ,
things as relay races, egg to Marineland on April 29th.
where the damned things
---- -
I \Mrs Ruby Strickland and take throw, sack races, jump rope Everyone saw many different
I William Burton of Starke: -Henry you. Fountain Ashu rat competition, small group kinds of fish and marine life.
games and many others. It was a thrill for all to see the
Awards will be given and porpoises do their numerous
refreshments will be served. tricks, and especially to
MANY S. Sarnt, MD.) P.T.O. President, Jim Hester see the killer whale get his
(Mr. Watermelon Man) will teeth brushed. Overall it was
provide watermelon for all. an enjoyable and educational
ANNOUNCES TIlE OPENINGOF The next meeting of the trip.

HIS OFFICE Starke Elementary Citizens Poem written by Sabrina
Advisory Committee is Snell. Mrs. McCIelland's 4th
HAPPY RETURNS. FOR THE PRACTICEOF scheduled for Tuesday May grade class:
GENERAL MEDICINEAT 31, at 7 p.m. in the school Spring is different from all the
; cafeteria. rest.
I There will be a meeting of It's the time of year that birds
132 EAST MADISON STREET all P.T.O. officers, Tuesday, make their nest.
When you come into a Farmers own cooperative. May 17, at 7:30: p.m. in the We plant seeds and we are
Mutual Exchange, there's a lot more These dollars,whether invested STARKE,FLORIDA school cafeteria. All officersfor sure they will grow.

here than meets the eye. in FMX expansion or paid out in cash, the current school term That's because Mother Nature
Of what do is share of PHONE 964-6701 OFFICE HOURS MON.FRI.94S and newly elected officers for say's so.DroUlfll'.
course, you see a represent your a business you : : I next term should be presenl toit'S

lot, too. own and help shape in your own self

Because nowhere will you find a interest. Broken

more complete line of farm supplies. So,the more you return to yourWe've NEW / Lb.IBEYE By 2.2 Inches

got it all. FMX to buy, the more happy returns

Everything from automotive you're going to get. I STEAK"SANDWICH Of Rain Sunday

supplies to nuts and bolts,tillers, field GoIdKist.Good at the Bradford County's two-

fencing,feed, seed,fertilizer,and you things for the farm month spring drought was
name it. and from the farm. broken by a heavy thunder-

What} don't see,though, are COOKED DRESSED storm Sunday night and
you C
DQ Monday morning bringing an
the extra returns you get when you do :7ARMERSVIUTUAL TO' 9 9 TOPLEASE. average of 2.2 Inches of rain to

business with your FMX. r ORDER the county, accompanied by
wind, hail, and Ii
Like the kind of help and advice
BREADED THIS 13 REAL STEAK NOT The storm was preceded by
you can' get from your Gold Kist *- A HAMBURG PATTY unseasonably hot and sultry

farm hands. weather, sending the mercury

1 1 heir job isn't just to sell you IHIGKEN FILLET soaring Into the 80's throughout -
most of
something but to help you plan and Camp Blanding S-inday.reported the

develop total farming program so EXCHANGE : : : SANDWICH lightest rainfall in the area,

you can operate more efficiently and 1.87 inches, while the

profitably.Then /ith lettuce and mayonnaise Keystone Heights forestry

there are the returns you 2226 N. Temple I brazier. tower Bradford's measur2.1.three towers

get just bybuyingthrough your fJJj Starke Fla. I -, reported: New River, ,,2.4;
Farmers Mutual Exchange. 9 10''NO BON 1401 M ple Ave. Starka Highland 2.2; and Santa Fe,

21. .
.Phone .
Orders .
These are your patronage April was one of Un <4r. m' -.
refunds and equity you build in your 964-7478 months on record with t..> _....- ....___.. wro._ nine-tenths of ,n.,. 1 t.k
oc'. recorded here. ,*"

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May 12, 1977 TEL EGRAPII PaRe 38 ? I

Realtors Observed a****.** .******* TO THE PEOPLEOF8RADFORDCOUNTY
Day Thomas Complete -------. Lvgals: ------
MEN Basic Training AREASWe '

The Bradford-Clay County known as "Mr. Real l Estate' :> Airman Donald W. Thomas, would like to take this woodwork and fixtures. Pre- been mailed are required, -
Board of Realtors celebrated to his peers. ....... ............, whose mother is Mrs. Sue R. method to show( our pare surfaces for painting or repainting WITHIN THREE MONTHS FREEMAN REGISTER in ha
appre- ,
its annual Realtors Day April White also swore in 18 Thomas of Miami, has been
by scraping old
ciation to all paint THE
made tha
people application to
12, at the Starke realtor assigned to Chanute AFB, 111., y
Golf and associates during the Starke and surrounding areas rust etc., by use of scraper, FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS County Zoning Board for
Country Club, culminating the after dinner They after completing Air Force sandpaper and paint 4
Wool who recently showed us how remover. NOTICE to file any objection reclassification of the' property ::1
event with evening cocktails include Delores Steve basic training. r ,
Places filler In
putty or nail holes
great people really have that challengesthe
are. they may described below from OR to MP
steak dinner, and dancing. Feagel, Janet Cook, Dorothy Airman Thomas will now The recent kidney surgery or defects. Uses brushes, roller, validity of the decedent'swill Located 5 and one-fourth mile
Realtors,associate realtors Farris, Jeanne Goodson, receive specialized training in for and spray gun to apply paint. f
our son, Denton the qualifications of the South of Starke at the intersection '
and their guests participated Glenda Heath, Robert Hut- v the aircraft equipment main- 2nd Erects working scaffold and ? I
,put us in a great financial personal representative, or the of Hwy 301 South and :
in a day of golf, tennis, and cherson, Betsy Furnish, Stan tenance field. strain. Some of our friends must be able to work from high of the
venue or jurisdiction St. Rd.221,approximately and
other recreational activities Hall, Joseph L. Coleman Jr The airman is a 1976 made ladders or platforms

before winding down at the Carol Moffatt HerschelStacy graduate of Bradford High several fund-raising arrangement projectsthat for APPLY TO: Apply within 5 daysto court.ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, one-half Township acres 7 South In St. Range lion 25 21, Ii ,
banquet. A plaque was pre- Brenda lloyt, Neal C. School. His aunt, Diane Florida State EmploymentOffice
brought people together AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO East of 0986 to have
out parcel
sented to Laverne A. Shaw as Lederer, Nancy Kaiser, Thomas, resides in Starke. working for one goal helpingus (Old Court House), Call FILED WILL BE FOREVER and
; Bulk Storage dispense
the Top Lister for the month of Angela Conner, Linda Odom, with our huge doctor and Street & Temple Avenue, BARRED.
Gas. f
March, giving her that honor and Robert McCann. Lane Aboard hospital bills. Starke, Fl.SALARY Date of the first publicationof i

for the second month in a row. Guest speaker for the national event USS Roosevelt Words cannot express our : Salary will be In this Notice of Administration: This change In classification I II f

which coincided with many thanks to all the people accordance with school board May 12, 1977. be
Howard Henderson subject to a public hearing to f I
of Private Property Week; was Boiler Technician who approved salary schedule. (
responded to our need
held 31 1977
on Tuesday, May ,
Heavener Second
Realty in Orange District 1 Vice-President Jane Class William Lane, with donations to one projector NOTICE: The above position Is LEON M. NORMANAs 7.30 In the eat
: County
Park p.m. .,
Robert Orville Williams of Caldwell. The Realtors Day Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. another. These donations, now open under the C.E.T.A. Personal Representative of Commission Room In the r
Wilson Realty in activities were William Lane Sr. of Route 1 Title II All I
Bradford both large and small, were Program. applicantsmust the Bradford County Courthouse.
Middleburg were Inducted Kay Agresti for the Box 37, Starke, participated in be Bradford County
placed in one fund which Estate of HAROLD K. NORMAN At this time all
person Inter"i.
into the District 1 branch of Clay County Board of Donald W. Thomas the U.S. Sixth Fleet operation relieved our great debt. residents, unemployed 30 days Deceased ested shall be heard for or "i.
the Florida Association of Realtors, headed by President "National Week XXI" and disad- r
Realtors by Marvin White, Courtney D. Ray. ................ Lane is a crewmember Denton 2nd is now seven vantaged.economically against the proposal, a* I '
weeks old and is in good ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL specified In the Zoning Code of ;
aboard the aircraft carrier health. 1tchg 5/12 REPRESENTATIVE Bradford County. I

I 107 Mobile Home Owners Cited to Date USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, Again, let us thank all the GEORGE H. PIERCE A.R. Kiefer, Chairman .:
homeported in Mayport. people who helped us. We hopeif NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO P.O. Drawer 1030 Bradford County Zoning Board "
"National Week XXII" was ever the need arises for REGISTER Starke Florida 32091 5/12 Itchg
Twenty-five more citations current and delinauent fees A concerted effort will be an eight-day exercise involving someone else, that we can do FICTITIOUS NAME Telephone: 964-5701 n
for delinquent or missing since the drive started two( made to( inspect every mobile more than 30 Sixth as much for them as what has Pursuant to Section 866 09 -.
mobile homes license tags months ago, according to home unit in the county. Fleet ships, 18 aircraft been done for us. Florida Statutes notice Is 5/12 2tchg 519INVITATION ,
were issued in the Lawteyarea courthouse records. squadrons and a Marine Thanks many times over, hereby given that the undersigned I

last week, bringing the The drive will continue for Informations have been battalion landing team. Denton and Brenda DeVoe Willis L. McCallum, Rt. 1, TO BID NOTICE OF
total issued in the county to several months yet as it is filed in several cases by the The exercise Box 437 Starke Florida, 32091, Sealed bids and/or quotations SHERIFF'S SALE
estimated that some 1,000 State Attorney's office and took place in the Tyrrhenianand doing business under the firm will be received In the
date to 107. Approximately mobile home units were with defendants will appear at plea Ionian Seas, near Sicily. name of "MAC'S AUTO office of the Administrator Notice is hereby given that I,
$15,000 has been collected in out proper tags last January day on May 19. Lane joined the Navy in LegalsPOSITION RECONDITIONING" 411 S. Bradford County Hospital, 922 DOLPH E. REDDISH as sheriff '.

February 1970. Walnut Street, Starke, Bradford East Call Street, P.O. Box 1060, of Bradford County, Florida,
VACANCY County, Florida, 32091, intendsto Starke Florida 32091, until 5:00: under and by virtue of Writ and j

I Rotary Names D. W. Whiffen PresidentElectDr. Fox ReportsTo POSITION: C.E.T.A. PAINTER register said fictitious name p.m., May 19, 1977, for fur Execution, tf>-wit:
School WHERE: School Board of under the provision of aforesaid nishing the following supplies Execution issued out of Circuit 1

Coast Guard Fireman Bradford County Operations statute. and or services, f.o.b. the Bradford Court of Bradford County,
Wayne Whiffen was sident who will take office Sam Adukiewicz. Apprentice Terry W. Fox, son Center, 519 N. Orange Street, Willis L McCallum, owner. County Hospital: Florida, pursuant to a Final ,'
named president-elect of the next July 1. Holdover directors are: Neil of Joan Forsythe of Route 2, West Starke Florida. Dated this 29th day of April, Bread and rolls. Judgement for THE FLORIDA 1
Starke Rotary Club last weekto Other officers elected to Tucker, Bill Haas, and Dr. Starke, has reported for dutyat DESIRABLE A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. Eggs. NATIONAL BANK OF GAINES- '

serve during the year begin terms this July 1 are: Robert Mullias. the U.S. Coast Guard Aidsto QUALIFICATIONS: Graduationfrom 4/28 4tchg 519NOTICE Fuel Oil. VILLE, Flo-ida, and against

Secretary, Harry M Hatcher, Navigation Facility, a standard high school and Insurance.Laundry JAMES R. and CHRISTINE
starting July I, 1978. Rev. Jr.; Treasurer, Pat Farns- The new slate of officerswas Memphis, Tenn. one year of experience. and Linen. BROOKER, defendants in the
George Harper, pastor of the worth; Sergeant-at-arms. announced by Col! Fred A 1976 graduate of Bradford DUTIES: Performs painting, OF INTENTIONTO Medical and Industrial Gases. amount of $4,624.18 together
First Methodist Church of Jesse Wolbert. New directors Lewelyn, chairman of the High School, Fox joined the such as the exterior and interiorof REGISTER Welding Supplies and with costs of collection.
Starke, is the incoming pre named are Richard Welty and nominating committee. Coast Guard in January 1977. buildings, sheds and otherstructures FICTITIOUS NAME Equipment.Milk Have seized and have in my
to I i n dud ewe II e, Pursuant to Section 805.09 and Ice Cream. possession the following
Florida Statutes, notice Is here- Pharmacy and Drugs. described personal property to-

a ft'$ ,.,.. saleThursday I by given that the undersignedDon Respiratory Therapy Services. wit:
.onoutrrmMl E 1Ia On E. Champion P.O. Box 177 Estimated needs or amountsare 1972 Grenadier Mobile Home

MU." IMU SAVE Friday Starke Florida, 32091 doing available upon request from 3 BR, 1.3/4 bath. Model I
64 j.... _. uP o business under the firm name of the office of the Administrator.Bids Number CK, Manufacturer'sSerial

-7 o and Saturday! "CHAMPION'S RECYCLED will be opened during the No. G7172.
BATTERIES 838 N. Temple regular meeting of the Board of Located approximately six ((6)) j.000IJ

Avenue, Starke Florida 32091, Trustees, 7:00: p.m. on May 19, west of Brooker.. Florida. .
Intends to register said fictitious 1977. The Bradford County on Highway 18. r

National Brand! Sale! name aforesaid under statute.the provisions of the Hospital right to Corporation reject any reserves and all As the property of the above

Don E. Champion, owner bids and/or quotations or to named defendants and that on
Dated this 21st day of April,
waive any minor technicality or Monday, the 16th day of May,
A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida. informality In the bids or quota- 1977 at twelve o'clock Noon on ;
4/21 5tpd 5/12
tions received. said day on the premises of Rt.
Bradford County Hospital 1, Box 46, Brooker, Florida I will .I
The names you know.and trust at lower-than-bw prices! NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Corporation offer for sale and sell to the

Notice Is hereby given that I, highest bidder for cash in hand,
I DOLPH E. REDDISH, as sheriffof 4/284tchg 5/18/ the above described property of

Bradford County, Florida, said defendant to satisfy the
under and by virtue of Writ ofExecutiion. aforesaid Execution.
ri \tJ.l: : to-wit: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DOLPH E. REDDISH, Sheriff
Execution issued out of County BRADFORD COUNTY, Bradford County, Florida.
'" Court of Seminole County, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISIONFile 4/21 4tchg 5/12 I

,,'j. .. Florida pursuant to a Final Number 77-168-CP
ro.. d H \ ( 'f r rOtDult II Judgement for Midi Construction Division((1-2638)) t
Inc. and against Jack W.

e r I. Southard, defendant, in the IN RE: ESTATE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
I ,' amount of $1,546.00 togetherwith THOMAS MICHAEL PATRICK, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN f
/CwfcKover costs of collection. Deceased. AND FOR BRADFORD '
Have seized and have in my COUNTY, FLORIDA. !


SCIPW1f WYt SAVftS* described personal property to- ALL PERSONS HAVING FILE NO. 1.1975
wit: CLAIMS OR DEMANDS IN RE Estate of t.
1970 Ford Country Squire AND ALL OTHER PERSONS a/k/a '

540 29.88 3I1.OOWA Station Wagon, I I.D. No. INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: T.J. Alderman, deceased ,I
WAI aM was SI4a' VALVE PLUSItli the administration of the NOTICE OFADMINISTRATRIX
SS% annular dry MI M M d.oa.Nd As the of the above SALE
= == = :: MIN'S SHORT SLY estate
.. turmJ MM*PM! swans ..res.dss.....
NYLON POLO ..HlRT.i2.96. named defendant and that on PATRICK, deceased. File Notice ill hereby given that the j
Tuesday the 31st day of May, Number 77.168-CP, is pendingin undersigned Admmistratix will
= } 1977 at twelve o'clock Noon on the Circuit Court for Bradford sell at public outcry at the East
ti/m + .
said day on the premises of the County, Florida, Probate door of the Bradford County
lidit/i pMt.Pl.ek.s Meal vim *.M,L.XU VALue PLUS Bradford County Jailyard I will Division, the address of which is Courthouse at 11:00: a.m. on +II
VALUIf-nUSI offer for sale and sell to the Bradford County Courthouse, May 23,1977, the miscellaneous r.
.. MEN'S DICKIES .HA.I.TR5:948 highest bidder for cash in hand, Starke, Florida. The personal tax certificates described in that
the above described property of representative of the estate is certain Petition recorded and

: ::741"ALW said defendant to satisfy the William McKinley Patrick, filed in the Estate In Bradford
aforesaid Execution. whose address is Route 1, Box County and may be examined by

Dlle.Pact DOLPH E. REDDISH, Sheriff, 107, Starke Florida. The name prospective bidders at that loca
nus, _AYE4s" AYEtO I OMC.PMCI .. luster. Bradford County, Florida. and address of the personal tion. The minimum price bid
BURGESS O CELL PET 'M 4-MONTH TICK PROCTOR-SILEX. \ ANbuNt iMiirMr In 100% :ariikianwM.R":: .. up" 5/5 4tchq 5/26 representative's attorney are set which property shall be sold is
!lATnRIII.2..ACK a FLEA COLLAR AUTOMATIC TOASTER a N" s ptus ....,... forth below.All the sum of .1.000.00, but said

=- 67e WA* 1.99 r10.86"r btondhMMMtot MMy I. ..r. .::' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR persons having claims or sale will be made to the highest
BRADFORD COUNTY, demands against the estate are bidder above such price, if any.
L..r Isslry ew/wr.ww, OtMTMtM 10 kW MM a Hrwa MM SAYE 12" FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISIONFile required, WITHIN THREE The said sale Is being made
lit ..,.,-....-.- -...W.M-- sa.a.dlw......... LAVE A00 GOLDEN! FRUir-or- Number MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF under Order of the Circuit Judge

'SDi LOOK" Six THE-LOOM! BRtEFS DivisionIN THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF authorizing the same.
,;09 4:97 ::" 3.88 HAROLD K. NORMAN, clerk of the above court a Attorney for Administratrix
.r .. ::
,, l' Deceased written statement of any claim P.O. Drawer 1030
pt el inn incl.. kidMnnootton
S *
r r Lo.rrs a nrtorw will rtoft MM*. S MO. or demand they may have. Each Starke, Florida 32091
.. ++ **i| ALL PERSONS HAVING must indicate the basis for the
nmmSA CLAIMS OR DEMANDS claim, the name and address of
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE the creditor or his agent or
4 AND ALL OTHER PERSONS attorney and the amount
_VI!ft" SAVES4" INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: claimed. if the claim is not yet THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
SOAP oz. SAN DUST.4LB.BAaJERQENS ."""Y. 11 OZ. CAN j the administration of the come due shall be stated. If the % OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR

estate of HAROLD K. NOR- claim is contingent or un BRADFORD COUNTY.
was 10e ::'11.22 ::: 9ge au r MAN, deceased, File Number liquidated, the nature of the un- CASE NO.

Pr r ,,__ a..dy Cuh.N ...... -. .............. ..... kiss SA YE0% a pending In the Circuit Court certainty shal be stated. If the
-airy s.wrsl. lira -. rid err a r..Miss.Mvs ai.y- for Bradford County, Florida, claim I I. secured, the security IN RE: The Marriage of
BASKETBALL SHOES Probate Division, the address of shall be described. The claimant DOROTHY FULLER,
FOR MEN. YOUTHS which is Bradford County Courthouse shall deliver sufficient copies: of Wife/Petitioner,

rLIHTiI 2.64aM Starke. Florida. the claim to the clerk to 'enable and
i s The personal representative of the clerk to mail one copy to ROBERT STANLEY FULLER,
Ossk npfMf'Q, Mw9 teq. the estate is Leon M. Norman, each personal representative. Husband/Respondent. I
QCEt MM- r-tt, tt-s. VAl PLUS? AL PLA
whose Route 1, Box All persona interested in the
G V NYLON OR COTTON FIRST QUALITY MANS 108 Lawtey Florida. The name estate to whom a copy of this NOTICE OF SUIT-
r; _10rsM r KNIT TANK TOPS FOR ACTIVE BOYS and address of the' personal Notice of Administration has NO PROPERTYTO

& 1.66 x:3.97VALUEPLUf representative's attorney are set been mailed are required,

SAYE 1.10 CM... ..ore w N ..lr.. tee% AH person having claims or FROM THE DATE OF THE FULLER, 1037 Plaza Serena,
POOLS KIDS UK! AT "OA8 /.. IAN.aylsl M..'. N L b.wL err. i w demands against the estate are FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Ontario, California 91764., !

""Telf. MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF they may have that challengesthe YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthan

=- 3.96 :=a. 87e = 9.88 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF validity of the decedent'swill an action for Dissolution of
Matrlm his been filed
THIS NOTICE, to fie with the the qualifications of the ony
... N". hili.wr.May$ .... tram PrMteMl ..< up ........ Mcr.Rirew.1, COOLEST NYLON MESH clerk of the above court a personal representative, or the against you and you are requiredto
Ma. ..tt..v.Rdlwp.RlriL s.ia s..n air s- NIAYgtf
P U+ FOR MINe written statement of any claim venue or jurisdiction of the serve a copy of your written

% 3P or demand they may have. Each court. defenses, if any, to It on J.J.
WHITIIWN. ups daim must be in writing and ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS, WOLBERT, JR., Attorney for
N tlAIiUPRAY t ttk..y tr'" SI"ss. r.: iIaA must Indicate the basis for the AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Petitioner,whose address Is 142
kl tw.a
1.. 11 oz. 'f('L claim, the name and address of FILED WILL BE FOREVER West Call Street, P.O. Box 1086.
the creditor or his agent or BARRED. Stark, Florida 32091, and file
WEATHERPROOF METAL 970 / '. v3t99 the original with the Clerk of the
MAILBOX attorney, and the amount Date of the first publicationof
claimed. If the claim Ie I not yet this Notice of Administration: above-styled Court on or before
::: WASLi. due the date when It will be- May 5. 1977.WILLIAM. May 25 1m, otherwise a Judgment
come due shall be mated. If the may be entered against

aw.8UYI aAVI'Jf": 1% 1 /A j VALW"-US, claim I* contingent or unliqui McKINLEY you for the relief demanded In
AMROUTM-ORV MBN LOVAIIUKNIT COTTON dated, the nature of the uncertainty PATRICK A* Personal Representative the Petition.

AQLOA.NOMEL ,IL 5IN... OZLM1) 21.00 253.33 351.00 claim I Is secured, the security THOMAS MICHAEL PATRICK seal. of said Court on the 26th
I shal be described. The claimant( Deceased day of April. 1977.

WAS. ,2.77 370 970 wRlar..e .... :.... salt:. tNSOsrA4wP shag) deliver sufficient copie: of GILBERT S. BROWN AS

.... .... wilt 11 .....411 ... a' ..... --.. ...... ....'= .. ......... the claim to the clerk to enable ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL CLERK OF SAID COURT.By .
was ar" .
..............wNL aN III_1;...A+G m,..-.. ... the derk to mal one copy to REPRESENTATIVE: George H. : s/BULEAH MOODY,

IA'C.H COIMVI NiirjT 11 .I d $t. 1 PACKS each personal representative. Pierce, P.O. Drawer 1030, Deputy dark.
THf 1N
STOHf SO u All person Interested In the Stark, Florid; 32091.: FIRST PUBLICATION: April 28,
FAMILY DISC OUNt CICARmE.x:4u $400'sL 904/964-6701. 1977. .
stat to whom a copy of this Telephone:
.... Sl, ,,t.iy '.I' to
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|> -fi .Iv ft Notice of Administration has 5/5 2tchq 6/12 PUBLISH: 4/28 4tchg 6/19
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Phone 964-6683 Tuesday 7:30: Bible Class;

Thursday Prayer Meeting 7

p.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m..

DELL CHAPTER 168 O.E.S. Morning Worship 11 a.m.; _.

Chapter meeting will be BTU I 5 p.m.; Evening Worship -

BETHEL Furnished,.tiUl.I..lee..d.d. aluminum, prewired re* VACUUMS maay brandaf COMPANY-.oId.UI."
and installation of officers. FOR SALE "j
MISSIONARY: Wednesday dean sad quiet. StarUte ceptablai, light awltche. aew vacuum lead commercial laduitrlal.
members are asked to be pre 7:30 Motel 301. 3 mile north of Ughta tongue and groove machine. available. Expert Phone 431-1700 Rallerd.
Prayer Meeting
p.m.; ------------
sent. Bible Class 7:30: ; Sunday .!:!!!.'!!!!."!..- _- floor delivered and act np.Financing repair, all make Part andaccaeaorlaa TF/cbg 1973 351* FORD ENGINE
available all -- -- -- ------
U 48 for
rill'RCIINKWS School 10 a.m. concluding STRAWBERRIES You month to 80 up ill. .. Built-in central vacuum and AUTOMATIC \ \
pick Bring awn > pay; vacuumayatama. WILL PAY upto$50 cask TRANSMISSION. (230 I \ttto\lletjM J
GREATER BETHLEHEM services for the day.PHILADELPHIA. tainer. K per your Hat. SR 225.con Suzuki of Stark. .964-4020 404 NW 10th for old c.... Tboat_'* Sal firm. Pbon 964-8993. Itpd

FREEWILL BAPTIST : BAPTIST Old B.I... Hwy. 9646469Knowle 964-6021) 5/12 TF/chg Avenue, Gainesville. Phone vage. Pheno 904-0243. 1120 5/11

Thursday Story Hour 7:30: : Sunday School 10 a.m.; *. 5/12 2tpd 5/19 -LAND---FOR--SALE-- White' 3767110. TF/Chg_ .:TF/Cb. ._____;...__ ------------ F. REALTY'CeceIIa'TerwIIlear
Communion service 11 a.m. ,
Vacation Bible School MAVERICK 1970 Ford 6
4 .
committee meeting 8 p.m.; p.m.GREATER ALLEN I HOMES FOR SALE 1 to 10 aero tracts, ownerfinanced. Single hung and awning. :3Bx ......1uI LIving cylinder standard h....
Good condition, 8800. Phone
Friday Junior Choir rehearsaland Low down 30 27 for who". want to
pay 8 '18.50, a people .
CHAPEL AME 9644125. 420 Irem 8-5. ..:. .
: Tuesday eat -
Usher Board No.2; ment. 473-4793 or 4681350. Sll JO; 18 a 52 SlS-SOi 46 STOP drinking and. STAY

Saturday Junior Choir will Prayer Meeting and Class ------------ 5/12 3tchg' 526AVAILABLE a 52 vna\ MANY stopped. Meeting Thursdayand Itchg 5/12
sell dinners from the kitchen; Meeting 7:30: p.m.; Silent LAKEVIEW HOME inKeyatona ------------ OTHER alZES. BARGAIN Sunday 8 p.m. Phone FURY III. 1972.

Sunday Sunday School 9:30: workers club meets the Height Two- to peoplo with CENTER. 301 South tfoch.g 9644709 or 9845434. 114ChrtaUenStreet. condition. Auto tr..... good A/C. '

am.; Morning Service, 11 second Tuesday at 7:30.: story redwood. 3 BR,2 Bath good credit only. Out- .-------- O<<: AAfc/ SBILL'S /,t> Phone 9645708. Itchg. 5/12 PREFERRED PROPERTIES
a.m.. Usher Board No.1 will Young Adult Choir rehearsal CH/A. S40.000. Phone 473- Handing buy .to SpinetConiole SPEED EQUIPMENT FOR SAW SHOP com- .
Wednesday 7:30 before 2481. Itpd 5/12 pl.... Fullyguaranteed. SALE 10 percent above ---- --- -- shelter? Distinguished 8 unit,
serve dinner at 12:30: ; : p.m. .Write before plete sharpening aervlce, 1973 MAZDA RXZ iZoOOmQea Looking for a tax
the second Sunday Young wesend cost. Olln'e Mobile HomeService. carbide modern rental' apartment on Temple Ave. Ample
Evening( Worship. 6 p m. ; ------------ truck. JopUn Piano Highway 100W., circular .001. needs fender, door
FIRST BORN CHURCH: : Junior Choir rehearsal TWO BEDROOM FRAME P.O. Boa 103, Panama City, Stark. Phone 9644606. chain mower blade hollow bumper, S400 Oliver 770 !parking ana.Spacious .

Tuesday Prayer Service. 7:45: Wednesday 7:30: p.m., before horn with two-car: garage, Fla. 32401. 1 tpd 5/12 TF/Chg ground and balanced. Leaveat Diesel SI,600 496-2769 5/12
the fourth Sunday Sunday lumlahed. 262 S. Jackson Building Supply Itpd "Old is Better" home Madison. Large
p.m.; Friday Tarrying Service ; partially ------ ------ on
,7:45: p.m.; Sunday School School, 10 am. ; Morning Myrtle St., Starke. Phone YARD SALE-Saturday, Starke or Keystone Helghta. "--------- landscaped lot with) storage house.
11:30 service 11 am.I"ELLOWSIIIP. 4734732. 4/28 TF/chg May 14, 10 a.m. until. 6 mllea GUNS'FOR SALE 22', TF/Chg_- ._ 1977 PLYMOUTH GTX
10:30. Morning'! Worship :
: ------------ 25'.. and ,38's sold at Dab-
HOUR will Wait on SR 100. Itpd 5/12 P/S P/B. Radio A/T, 440 "Uve the Good Life of Hampton Lake" We have
a.m., Home Mission; UPCW 6 : BRICK HOME-4 *. old, ...r'. Discount TF/Chg STANLEY HOME PRO Engine. S1850. Phone
yr 468-
p.m. with and or exchange be held at Ebenezer Baptist 3BR 2 b.lII. carpet, utility FARM FRESH PRODUCE DUCTS bay or aell. 2882. 5/5 2tpd 5/12 the best for the discriminating buyer

service with Gainesville Church next Sunday May 22. CH/A. 4 ml. North of Phone Barbara Daniel. 473-.
room Misty Dawn Gerd.... 3 COUCH AND CHAIR SALE ------------
Church. Visitors always At 3 p.m. there will be a Starke off 301. S27.0OO. miles South of Stark an US S169.9S up. Dahmer'a 3758. 3/17 12 tpd 6/2 Needed: '1 to 10 acres of prime land for a home.

welcome. business meeting. Each Phone 964.6915.21 301. 5/12 Stpd 6/30 Discount. 2/3 TF/Chg AVON CALLING to buy Needed: 125,000 Homes In good repair.
member is requested to at TF/chg,' k MOTORCYCLES i
PISGXIl AME: C1IUK- -------- -- -- or sell Avon phone 755-2807
t tend. ------------ GEESE Half Of Interest! 2 homes on Pratt
Wednesday: Choir grown grey FOR SALE mobile home or writ Lome Clyatt. P.O. Special : nearly new

rehearsal, 7:30: p.m., Sunday NAACP BANQUET: The MOBILE HOME WITH 2 only 14 left. Phone 9644630 part and suppltee. OLIN'S Box 220 Lake City, Florida. Street which require 2 and 3 thousand down and mo.
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School. 10 a.m. ; Morning annual banquet of the Brad ACRES double wide after 5 p.m. 1 tpd 5/12 MOBILE HOME SALES TFChg SUZUKI. 1972 750 low !payments of approx. SloO.

Worship 11 am.; Visitors ford County chapter will be at 24x60 4 bedroom. 2 baths, ------ -- ---- Highway 100 West Starke, ..D...*. 650. Phone 96...
welcome. the Holiday Inn on Saturday CH/A In Lawtey on SR 225.Juut phone 964-S606. TF/Chg MOBILE HOME MOVING 6005 after 6 pjn. weekd.,., Fuel conscious? Downtown a cosmospolitan 4 bed.
15", 110 firm ROOM AIR
aleo mobile home hurricane -
oil U.S. 301.
t'lt E CANAAN: :\ : Tuesday May 14 at 8:30: p.m. All Contact M.M. Jordan S17.000.phone CONDITIONER 8.500 BTU anchoring and mobile an day weekenda. Itpd 5/12 room. Priced right._ _
7 members and interested TOP SOIL. FILL DIRT 6 ------------
Prayer Meeting. p.m. ; 7823220. 3/24 S40; LAWN MOWER elf- home roof coating OUn'a
citizens invited to attend. TF/Chg week work Just outside city limits-frame home on 2 and one-
Wednesday Tarrying Service are propelled aa la 120; day per ; ooier Mobil Home Service. Phone
and work. Phone SUZUKI OF STARKE half with wide variety fruit trees.flowers, and
Bible The next meeting of the RECORD PLAYER In dragline 964-6606. acres
7 p.m.; Friday Study 4 BEDROOM HOME on 3 Highway 100W.,
7:30: p.m.; Sunday School 10 NAACP will be held at ..r.. with 2 rental mobile cabinet older .model 15. 468-1873 Star STEPHEN Route.Hampton Stark. TFchgBULLDOZER dealer.your authorised Phone 964-6020.1640 Suzuki. great garden spot.POTPOURRI .

am.; Morning Worship, 11 Philadelphia Baptist Churchin homes aQ for 135000. Phone 9648993. Itpd 5/12 SMITH LANDFILL., CHG South Walnut ((301 eeuth. I.St..J In
-------- ---- WORKland
Lawtey on May 16. Some owner linenclng. : Excellent Investment 1))
a.m.; Evening Worship 7'30p : road TFChgFlorilalni
.m. Welcome! Vitally important Phone 964-8253 alter. 4 p.m. QUARTERHORSECoppercolored. clearing' building site Demorest home with spacious grounds-zoned
Excellent barrel preparation. Phone Edward
:MT. :MORIAII : Tuesday business will be discussed. 2/3 TFCbgBRICK racing. Call Nathan Shannon Davis Glen St. Mary, 1-259- commercial. '

Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.; -- --- ---- 964-6942. Itpd 5/12 HELP WANTED J JNEW 3569. (2) Green Property with home (needs renovating)
CARD OF THANKS 4/14 Realty on 1 acre plus 2 large wooded lots.
Wednesday Choir rehearsal HOME 3BR.2 Bath ----- -- --- tfa/chg

7-30p: m.; Sunday School. 9:30: Words cannot adequately DBL Carport Utility Room, DUMP TRUCK 1968 C- -- -- --.----- 393 N.Tempi Av*. (3) Pecan grove, 10 acres, cozy home nice out
a.m.. Morning Worship 11 express our appreciation for on Nice Lot Drape & 50 Chevrolet 6-8 yard. 4- DOG BREEDERS VACUUM CLEANER REPAIR Stark.Fl. buildings.

a.m ; United Methodist the many acts of kindness Appliance Included. Phone peed. tran*. 2 speed axle. NEEDED.Start now railing & all make. ..Umod.I. Off.964-7700 (4) Nearly new 3 BR,2 bath CH-A home with separ.

Women will meet at 4 p m. shown to us during our recent 9644630. Itpd 5/5 Inspected.Runs good. 11,500. purebred doge for PROFIT.Get .. Starke Sewing. Center ate garage In Green Acres.
-- -- -- -- cash firm. Cardln Bra 964-
PLK.VSANT: CiKOVE; : First bereavement. Special thanksfor 6750. 5/12 5/26 hIghest nation! price.. 215-: East Call Street, -----
and second Monday. Young the food money, flowers SOMETHING SPECIAL- 3tchg We Milt all new breeder U phone 964-8312. tpd If you awn property somewhar -
------ --- Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar/
Adult Choir rehearsal cards, and prayers. We are Just outside city limit on qualified. Possible to turn .., let no nell for
; 15 LAYING HENS.Leboa. .
eternally grateful. May God Fla. Power. 2/3 acre lot, ana-hall acre of your ldl.ground'4nto .. you. | 206 West Madison Avenue
choir 1 SI.50
7:30 rooster
Tuesday :
young m
3 BR Home., in --
bless all. large pine a (10.0OO in' S .WING MACHINES Starke, Florida
you each. Phone 7823376.
rehearsal; Wednesday Prayer good condition cheap- Itchg come. Call or write [Include. repaired. all raakea 10 acre with House In .
!Mrs. Marie Thomas and the 5/12
meeting 7:30: p m. ; Thursday SIS.OOO. Phone Wayne at your phone number] cleaned. oiled and adjusted, Need of Repair.We OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
Bible Study 7:30: pm. Family ofthelateMrs. 964-6991 or Art at 473.2039. ------ -- --- KENNELS 376 Leo Ave., $7. Work guaranteed.JameaStrickland -- -- REAl TOR HOME PHONE 964-5145

Sunday School. 10 a.m.. Love- Elizabeths. Lee 4/14 TF/chg MOBILE HOME LOT with Shreveport La. 71105. 318. corner Morgan her. 2, 3. and. 4 BR .

feast service. 3 p m. -- - well and septic tank.Phone Small 468- 8650567.: 5/5 6tcbg 6/9 'Road and Highway. 16. 3/10 house for sole
down ,
payment. -----
(;on'sIIIUCLE: ANDDELMKRANCE : ----------- 'tF ICh.
1551. 4/Z8 4tcbg 5/19. Our 10 A-tracta are being
ELECTRICIAN App or ------------
: : Sunday ----- -- --- Ralph Bryan:
ILASSIFIEUAD: WANTED Helper. Only ."p. seed. DRIVERS AUTO BODY e\ divided. Bay amount you
School 10 a.m. : Morning HATCHING EGGS wild need.. 15 down
apply. Phone 4733602. 5/5 PAINT SHOP Hw,. 100 percent
Worship 11 am. Evening turkey, jumbo bobwhite. 2tchg 5/12 A 21. Keystone Helghta, Bal. .In 10 year Lillian C Pearson Real Estate
7:30 Monday RATES J.M. Edward. 9645379.
Worship. : pm.: -- ----- Complete at -----
----- ------ Repalra
Prayer Band Meeting! ( 7:30: MIDDLE-AGED LADY to 4/28 4tpd 519.EVERYTHING. Painting. 5/5 2tchg 5/12 A Good Buy .to an Excellent Real Estate 32 acres, oil SR 100. Jut
South of
Deadline for insertion with. ------ -- ---- Location for City.
help cleaning a
Thursday Prayer once a -
p.m. ; PERSONAL ----- ----
timber.. t5:>.000.(
meeting. 7:30: pm.. Friday Tuesday noon preceding week or to. Excellent pay. NEEDEDto SARAH COVENTRY JEW- Enabiee.
Bible Study. 7 '30 p m. ; Thursday before publi Write P.O. Drawer A, go Into bulldozing and dirt ELRY sales opportunity.Phone -- STARKE 22 Acre SR 16 Weet, .
5'30 IIYPU cation. Starke. Itchg. 5/12 hauling bualne.. Complete Erma Johns 9644483 W* need & ..- 3 BR frame beue.. CH/A and wooded '
Sunday ---- - -- High dry
Welcome! -- ---- --- price 11500. Phone 468- or Annetta BeaiUe, 372. acreage, with ...... fenced coraer lot, 15000.
:Minimum charge '2.00 WANT TO HELP keep lot. 1551. 4/21 TF/chg. day only. Reference age 4444. I.12/2. TF/Chg -__ ---- -- - -
of kids off the ? A Call9647700VernleP.Odom
!UKLIMCRNCK: : : streets
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Covers 15 Baylea Highway; phone Lake. home Silver Sand.
REVIVAL: Don-profit organization : Pine A 2 BR frame wiu carport on
Each uord over 15 9648993. 3 BR furnished houee withadjoining
CENTER:\ : Service every need. approx 5 acre near Cut to your Build. Jo. THOMAS Reg. Real. Estate Fla. Power 15000. avail
10 cents --- --- - acreage
Stark, reasonable will BrokerE..alD.96.5..76 -- -
and or Grtffie, 3 mile out of Stark III
Tuesday Thursday nightsat S28.000.
accept long-term lease or on Rd. 230. 5/5 3tpd 5/19 8.7 aere-eor: 100-S at 100.
7:30: m. with the pastor in OR REPAIRS - -
p All classified ad* donation. Bradford Roping REALTY -- A. 115,500.
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charge Sunday School 10 a m. DONE? for fireplace remodeled 3 BR block houee with 2
$fimst be paid for in adVance Clubc/o Robert Jordan 47.1- Pearl Andrew Assoc -- -
with Sister Barbara J. Hen unless you havean 3473 or Bud demon. 964- FOR SALE Laying Hens. kitchen, bath, 621 North Walnut St. 964-7739 10 acre facing SR 230 and acres oil Brownlee. Road
derson 8270. 50 cent etch. Go to Lake addition. garage. or en- Wilson Road 22.0OO. 524,400.I .
in charge. Morning established account 5/12 2tpd 5/19 Starke, Florida 32091
Butler, couth on 121 to dosed. carporta. phone Marcus -
Service immediately --- -------- 964-6162 ----- 137-r:;
with The Telegraph. In Dukes. West on 239-A Grlttl. 4732108. SVeacree to oil SR 100 ;
(formerly A J.Thome facing two traded
folloing Evening Service at that event II. extra WANTED tied refrigerator about 7 mile, look for TF/Chg Real. road S9.000. South Iron Sl.lOO/acr.
7 30 p m.There charge for billing. Not .. washers. and sign. Roger Johnson 496- ? -- -- Owner financing.
will be a car wash stoves In good condition. 3795. 5/5 2tchg 5/12 - -
responsible for errors 3 bedroom. frame house, inllrooker 36.35 acre 156,500
Saturday May 14. 15 10 a m. the Phone Dahmer'a Discount, -- --- - 2 and one-hall to 200 acre
when over -
given on 4 lots, -
the of Pine and 964-7923. TF/Chg pave North of Lawtey. From
on corners when is .. street. LAWTEY
phone or ) copy .
Jenkins Streets of Starke. Diamond Small 5 JOO/acre. Owner linancing.
not typed and brought to FOR SALE --- room tram houa

There will also be a bake sale the office. needle for any stereo, over 3 bedroom frame house OCOKOC! ...coorliTslISUAEL. I on 14 acre tlZ.OOO. .
in front of TG&Y starting 10 \ FOR SALE 4JUKEBOXworking 247 different one, we have. ItexUtered!( !Real between. Raiford and Lake -- -- - -

a m. Elder James A. Mitchell them all. Dahmer' Die- Estate: Broker Butler on one acre. I 'so Bit 19.8 .c... with nice 3BR Restricted building lot.
.. Country Club. Owner
mm Wfas near
frame home
count. TFChgQUARTERHORSE 50000.
pastor ---- North Tempi" Avo.JiF' financing.
---- ---- -- Fred Sackett Modern 2 bedroom. homo ----
120 Broker with carport, central heat Commercial bldg. 115000. - -

FOR RENT f2BR record capacity also AQHA. Gentle bay ..taliloa.to U.S. 301Hampton. and aJrjind fenced. In back ----- Hampton Area: 40-225

heritage Fttit nIIMiimivfl reclining loungechalri; B/W pleasure or how, Before yard. 29 acre 133,900. .."., Starts at S825

TV/radio/record player) 5:30.: phone 964-7064; after. 6 Florida ---- ---- acre to S900aere.NEED .

--------- other Item. 473-4732 or see p.m.. 7823050. 3/31 TF/chg F. Delano. Thomas Beautiful farm 51.8 acre :.-----
Mn> 21 APARTMENT Nice. at 262 S. Myrtle. Itpd 5/12 Phone 468-n'J J Reg. Real Estate Broker on 301. Brick.. hem with 2 acreage. Small or

Large. Lights A Hot Mater ---- -------- -- -- --- Eve.....k.Dd. 3 BR. LR. DR. Lg. fireplace 3 BR 2 Bath. large in Hampton area.24Acre.'lOOOft.on .

Furnished. Phone 964-8071. TI'C'hgLONGCIIAMP,:: 533-2210 Family Room Fireplace CH A, barn, fenced --
In ;
aimHle- Itchg 55CNFuRisHED 20 acre with .bar%. planted pasture S195.40O. SR 16

--- ------- Lake Butler Apparel Co. ASSOCIATES Graham t....*. ----- "Clt.2 buddings S38.00O
: HOUSE Arthur Brunoeve. - Need imall acreage Abid. Term

Historic New nansville- with three bedroom. 525 W. Before .wkend 468-1572 Country Club Estates 2 .. lot. Lawtey area --

Alachua Inc is sponsoring the Msdison. For Inlor apply Now Has Immediate lot. very reasonable.New caatomera waitIng.ASSOCIATES 20 Acres Raiford area -

annual Heritage Festival Arts 527 N. Walnut. No phone You Buy A. Harold Epps - ---- Dairy barn well 4 pump
call. Itchg 5/12 eve ......01.964-8616 block home In town, 3 S30.000.
and Crafts Showcase !May 21 Openings For Cutting Room __ .
- -- ----- BR 2 B. LR. C/HAA Loin Zlpperer 964-7154 or
on Main Street in Alachua PRIME BUSINESS: SPACE Mobile Judith Flynneve. large garage quit area, 782-3397. 6 .beautiful acre with

from 11 a m. to 6 p m located on Lawrence Blvd. Personnel wkend 964-8384 corner lot.S.v.ral Lillian Pearson Pecan trees, 2BR Frame \

The arts and crafts will be and Flamingo In Keystone - REALTOR house, Hove, refrigeratorA A
professionally judged and Ht. Inquire at Standard Steve Simmon commercial lots on washer* There.. area \

there will be a sale of the Station or phone 473-4907. Top Wages For Qualified Individuals eve.. wkend. 964-5881 301. Lawtey,Florida S20.000.____. t.

TF/.b, See - 782-3806
original works. Also live bluegrass -
-- --- 3 BR. 1 bath block. contructlon Have buyers for bouaea.
music, a country-style MOBILE HOME "with 2 Experience HelpfulBut LR. Family FOR SALEi, All .kind of

chicken bar-b-que from 4-6 .bedroom. On Grlffia Loop. John Room, In town. .ff...,home,and echael ...p. HEIIAVlToTHERS!

p.m.. historical displays and SlOO/montb. Phone 96... Not Necessary FAULKNERE - lice. Com .by The Office PHONE RALPH BRYAN

booths and exhibits will be 8253. Itchg 5/12 I 9 aero pasture land Shop or phone. 964-576-4 for REALTOR

part of the day's festivities. - --- -- 473 3715 reasonably prkad" Just off ..",k.. 964-8788

This annual event is MOBILE HOME' la country Apply In Person IB A SR 16. N.W. of town. r----------- D..NIhtor

by HistoricNewnansvilleAIachua furnished children welcome. [B Weekend
sponsored Inc a Phone 9644114 or 473-1777. Lake Buttler Apparel Co. Mobile Home L Very nice. .large; frame I W.II Drilling

126 Water St. house lot hi town Associates
All 4/7 TF/chg rrtStarke. en corner
non-profit organization. Service Poles Florid 1 3 2 bath I REALTOR Art
BR C/HAA. 2" thru 6"! Patray
proceeds go toward acquisition --------- .
964-5065 large ,.,..*. I 473 2039
and restoration of historic OI.IV9 SUBDIVISION: 100 AMP y Fast
- Rotary I
properties in the Alachua 1/2 acre lot., S30 per month, $25OO. 11O20O R... 1976 12' it 65' Mobil. 15-20 acre tracts high. land Wayne Douglai

area. water sod sewage furnished.. Horn with Expand. 3 BR on paved road Grahamarea. Drilling Equipment 9646991or
Fot nformatlon phone Mark. AMP 1 and Ihreo-toarth. B. T.,... I

0111., Otto's Mobil Ham CAN GETVOUVOUROWN 2O8"MrUKMT Waaher, dryer, freezer I STATE LICENSED 944-6593

S NEW DOG $ Service, Highway 100 Went, steve, ..f,,,. and luralsh- 1-3-6 ,; hameakea 2mOea I I
Stark, !No .... *
pet pi. Included. All I
tag excellent N.W. ol Stark
Phone 9645606. 1/13 W.M.44Y.V22S3 condition. Pumpm I
- I
Start now ntng. purMred doat tar TF IC..., HOME
PROfiT Gel Kgiwsi nsranel, pncn" ----- Frame house to town. 2bedroom. I MOBILE

W. sssisl el new brseder* if quad. RENT 40x60 block. A dream* Not re l/y. Re. 38R. 1 and three- .LR. kitchen. FR. I !
fied Rouble 10 "tin *t acre ol yourK IDa a* re ur M MM ** leurthe B. Brick. b.... Very reaseaable. New& UsedSalesPartsServicd PARK
e around "10. S'OOOO.-. building,12'ceiling. Ideal for .11 ?/ > 0/ll- NI.. nelghborhsed. I .

Can or *,,t. (include, you pnone numBe meet say .buslaei. Stark If you qualify. the Army will give you a $2500 cash S28.800. Frame ban*; to town 3 Inside City Limit
.. .
.t" P.
|KENNELS 31e Leo... Snrev. area. S250 per WeAk to Brad/orji SquareOr
bonus to train and work as aLANGUAGE ---- .bedroom, 2 bath, living I ,
port La MI05 318e850587 984-5606. TF/Chg Farm Acer. 24 atrse. albeanttfuil room, 2 ear carport I E-Z TermsPIumbInL \ Downtown

. SPECIALIST Home and Building woodland. Pecan, alarag area, Walnut I II I
.ah, and ecattered pin*. Street. $SOPeeMeatbAll
ARMOR CREWMAN Materials ---- I IJ I city Convenience

Lake Butler Apparel Co. RADIO OPERATOR -WEBUILD- Re. SER lB Brick.. ** BR 2 bath CB ham with II Fir.,Peace Protectloa,

'YoirP1cznz Or Ours apprel.1A with nice pecantreee. large FR to taw. Very I City Gai Water and
INFANTRYMAN Good T.,... nice. I New Installation Sewer
Secretarial Position Open ARMOR Your Lot Or Ours

FREE ESTIMATES Waterlreat-We harwalerfreat 2 BR 1 bath fram* .In town.MebO r Remodeling -

Must Have Experience In General there art many more great jobs available with a Remodeling Repairs propertyavailable. *-.bee with large I Repairs' I 984.88107'BRASINGTON

Office ProceduresBe $2500 or $1500 CASH BONUS. Addition ---- addition en 1.8 acre off

Home Bought a ,.. are Interested In 301 8th. Owner financing. I DurrancPUMPS i

Stable Ask your Army representative about the CASH SoldTradedACREAGE ailing year property five CavdiUM OldnDobibSnlM
a* a can today. - ,
BONUS that could be in future.Call SUPPLY
your & } &
Willing To Work Pan! H.r....., 3 BR. 1 bath CB ham I Scrvie

FOR .Realtor with FR. alee, I fYiM Section QfUndCartTaktnOn
7865800In COMPANY
swimmIng tew. I '
Individual -
Top Wages For Right SALE I ;*
Associates C GEORGE ROBERTS JR. I 864 N. Temple Ave. I Cadillac Trad* )

Apply In Person JACKSONVILLE FLA. 9&4-6S53 Irene L.Faalkner Reg.Real Eatal Broker I f 2001 N.W.U ,.-..;3785JoiGAINESVILLE i
Highway 301 South 9S4S141SaaanM.Bakken Pb........7828 Starke 11 "
Lake Butler Apparel Co. I
JoM die Starke *-m 964-7061 TF ICIacCommunity .
1JIJIe bdwjoMed dseAmi -- OPEN Saturday A M. J Jt [