Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1976
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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40th Issue Thursday April 22, 1f16! Copy

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Double FPL TieInI I


t jprI ;; .r Nears Okay By City

f A doubled Florida Power & Light electrical tie-in with the Cityof
Starke, considered crucial if the city is to get through the

AskedTo coming summer without power outages, appears near approvalby
Hearing the city commission.The .
city requested a seven megawatt tie-in. FPL in late
February agreed to a three megawatt tie-in, which doubles the
{.: present 1,500 KW tiein."I .

Air think we're safe if we get the tie-in by June. We won't be
\ ChargesOn having outages as in the past," Power Supt. Merrill Dees says. To
__ accept the larger capacity of current a substation will be requiredand
the city has authorized $50,000 for it to be built. The money
was switched from purchase of a $150,000 switchgear to increase
Coach output of the plant, to the FPL tie-in.
JonesProcedures Capacity of the power plant currently is about 7 megawatts.
Dees says In peak summer months the demand of the city
exceeds 9 megawatts. Demand was above that level last summer
in bringing to provided by the hearing and is expected to peak even higher this summer. Demand has
\ public hearing charges of examiner."I increased! eaCh year toe the past 23 he has been associated with
misconduct against football am further of the opinion the City of Starke, Dees says.
I coach Jack Jones were that Pam Thomas of District
outlined to the Union County Five cannot fairly sit upon any The city has a rated peak anything to brag about no."
t' r School Board following a hearing held by this Board by capacity of over 10,000 KW By that Dees means if the
request by Jones for the virtue of the fact that her including the present 1.5 largest engine should go
; hearing Tuesday night. husband is in line for Mr. Jack megawatt ((1,500 KW tie-in down which is the 3.3m KW
/ .: Jones' position and it also with FPL. But operating on Worthington it would be nip
Through attorney WilliamN. appears from early fuel oil instead of natural gas, and tuck for the plant to meet
DeCarlis of Gainesville that she cuts the efficiency of the the demand in a hot summer
BUS Boasts New Cheerleaders For 1976.77 Jones asked for a hearing on instrumental investigation in pushing was the plant. The new 3,300 KW month. The big engine is in

the charges stemming from action of the board," the Worthington generator does need of an overhaul now, and
New Bradford County High School varsity and Junior varsity cheerleader Brenda Roberts Seated: Varsity cheerleaders accusations of improper DeCarlis letter states. not operate at capacity is not operating at capacity.
cheerleaders selected April 6 include (II-I') kneeling: JV's Shann Edwards Angle Bryant Sharon Crosby, Gay Ip Shuford. advances brought before the Mrs. Thomas' husband because of an inadequate Dees says.
Wanda Pittman. Belinda Kilby and Harriet llamm. Standing: Kathy Teston and Rhonda llarrell. board by Union County High James is the switchgear. The units can The city council Tuesday
Varsity chl'prlpadl'rIlarlp! : Ferguson and :Neva'; Klynn. JV girls First. assignment for the lovely ladies will be the :May 2H football senior and cheerleader Jean assistant atheletic director for operate at peak capacity for night appeared to favor In-
Kathy Smith. Vickie Corbett, Sylvan \\illiams and varsity jamboree to be held at Florida Field. Holmes. Union County High. Jones short periods only, to begin doubled FPL lie-in but turned

The board which must now serves as athletic director with. it over to Attorney George
set a hearing date within 15 football Pierce to examine before
dean of students and
days chose from several Plus right now, two of the taking final action.
coach for the school.
Pay Raises For suggested attorneys to act as five 1,900 KW Superior
Employees Carroll said that the board The contract calls fora two-
in the generators are down with
prosecutor case as would decide later whether year notification by either I he-
(board attorney Wayne Carroll main shafts being replaced.One .
Mrs. Thomas would be city or FPL to break I ho
said he could not act as both relieved of decisionmakingduties should be back on line contract. CommissionerVernon

legal advisor and prosecutorin in the case.A within a week, the other a Silcox at. first objectedto !

, Considered BCH BoardPay the hearing which could date will be set by both week later. Dees hopes. the two-year clause, sayinghe
By result in Jones' dismissal. attorneys and the hearing preferred a one-year

Jess Wolbert of Starke was examiner, Carroll said and a Having new shafts made notification.
the first choice of attorneys to transcript of all proceedingswill cost the city $8.250, much less
raises for the 100-plus Bradford County Hospital are across the board salary hospital also was required last act as prosecutor but no be provided to board than the original estimates cf "I don't like to net lied up
employees of the 55-bedlE.a. anxiously awaited while the increase plus some merit Oct. 1 under state law to pick affirmative answer had been members."I $30,000 to repair the old shafts. with two-year contract whenwe
.DC board of trustees studies how raises. up the entire cost of employee given by press time caution you to keep in The shafts are now in Baldwin can dp it with one year"
much money the hospital can Administrator Edmondsontold retirement, in effect ,apay Wednesday afternoon. A mind that you are a Quasi. having rotors attached. Silcox said. "We might wantto
: afford to spend the assembled increase totaling nine percentof second choice of prosecutorswas judicial l body. The hearing be in"a position to change
'ltllllltrlrl"mi" "We haven't had time to department heads and employee salaries Sf.sa made. examiner will find facts and With the doubled FPL tie-in quicker.
.fl1t evaluate these papers or employee relations committee The* board also initiated make recommendations. Try plus' the two Superior KPL uses a l\M>-i-itr
evaluate forms from members !Mrs. Green and Bill Graudon, hospital action to secure a hearing to remain uninvolved as muchas generators back online the notification t pl'riod' us
employees," t trustee. Inez Williams Monday night that maintenance employee urgedthe examiner from the Florida possible, despite neighborsand city will have a peak capacityof standard procedure said Sam
Green told 'the board, meetingwith the hospital, to stay within its committee Monday nightto Department of friends who may want to over 19( megawatts or 10,000 Adukiewicz. FPL service
only three members and budget can afford a five give; no raises to those Administration in Tallahasseeto discuss these matter with KW Asked how good shape supervisor for I the Sliirko
I Im 10 assembled hospital percent total salary increaseor employed less than a year. gather information in the you," Carroll told the board that will put the city in. Doss area. Silcox agreed l 10> the
employees at the trustees' merit raises, but not both !Mrs. Green agreed. case. The hearing examinerwill during the meeting. replied: "We won't have extended period.
Employees are concerned
regular meeting Tuesday After with have for
conferring that t laries at t BCII are lower subpoena: powers -
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department heads prior toMonday's both defense and prosecuting
than area hospitals of the
"I I don't
want to make a
and will conduct the
meeting attorneys
recommendation until I'm Edmondson recommended to same size. The department hearing, which Carroll Phone Service
sure I'm doing the best thing heads indicated employee Interruption
estimates terminate
the committee salary may as
m mm morale is low. In some I
for both the hospital and the area
four weeks from I
m employees," Mrs. Green adjustment of 392 percent the hospital is under staffed early as now
based on the March payrollsof
TH"O'. APR IL 22 staled. !Mrs. Green and new because employees can earn
said the
W trustee Charney Williams are currently 47767. I lie underspends hospital its more at other hospitals. requested Attorney in the letter DeCarlis askingfor May Be Due To Unpaid Bill

LBLANDUSE members of the hospital'sEmployees There were only two nurseson
payroll budget by some the hearing that findingsof
PLANNING D: : Relations" $23,806, and recommendedraises duty at the hospital the hearing examiner not Interruptions in local phone Mitchell in Bonifay. Public Service Commission.
Citizens participation Committee which met with to total approximatelythat !Monday night for instance only be conclusive of fact but service may be due to an Beginning this month a bill Starke has met this since
committee7:30p.m heads and with all but two of the 55 beds
I m department amount. be binding on the school unpaid bill since changes in will be considered delinquentafter February for the first time in
Administrator staff
K.D. The nursing
Edmondson Any pay raise totaling more xcu list andis board. the Continentai Telephone of 15 days. After ten days several years," Titmus said.
UCCourthouseSATURDAVAPRIL24 twice March has three
a: and on than 'the $24,000 the budget has employers According to guidelines the South billing system will from the billing date the On complaints of long
29 again to about to lose fourth it was
Monday night a
discuss room for will have to be madeup outlined by Carroll, the board allow only 15-20 days from company will generate a five- waiting periods to hook up 'to
B pay raise proposals. indicated at Tuesday night'sboard date before customer notice if the bill is not "
by the board of trustees will act as a quasijudicialbody billing day the local telephone system.
"So you-all want to put this of meeting. in the case and will sit as service is disconnected after which phone Titmus said that 85.4 percentof
with some type budget
m I Set Clocks Ahead off? chairman Billy Dodd adjustment. That would be the "I'm afraid salaries won'tever final judge in the matter according to companyCommercial service will be cut off. If the all requested hookups wereBC
asked !
One Hour Mrs Green.
come up to they balance is within 10 daysof .
board's responsibility, based upon information Manager Lymon paid ,L.
e Pate lIil
a At Midnight "Yes. and we'll get to" it justas Edmondson indicated. He was (S -e Page IK) the disconnect, phone
soon ase can, Mrs.
service will be restored with a
DYALCEMETERY Green said. Guesses Tuesday simply telling the salary nk %
reconnect of existing School
committee how much the
WORKING7:30' D: night were that the employee
afford out of its facilities.
hospital can
Bring Mower relations committee will current budget. If the bill is not paid within
I probably meet again next of the cutoff
10 days ,
increases included in CalelldarAdoIJled
BARBECUECHICKEN lJ! week. Pay equipment will be removed
given Mrs. Green and
PLATE Some department heads figures
and the cost will be
Noon 7p.m.Adults aD : came away from the !March 29 Williams range from two to 10 I ,, considerably greater
$1.30Children/ meeting with the idea that the percent. Edmondson's figures k 1 Mitchell said."There .
SI committee was going to were individualized raises t f 1
0 Sponsored by Poor recommend to the full boardof based on length of service. EL are several Despite objections that the
Boy's Grocery trustees a five percent The committee members thousands of dollars each school calendar should be a
In RaifordSUNDAY.APRIl2S indicated they want to give month lost because of negotiated item as teachers
D: raises to the long time + nonpayment of bills. We must enter contract talks the Brad
Clny Seeks employees who have been y y y be strict to keep customer ford County School Board
; a faithful to the hospital. a k costs down" Mitchell said. unanimously adopted 'the 1976-

II Ii BILL COWANRECEPTION BlnndingFunds Edmondson also pointed out l'how. "If people will pay their bill 77 school year proposed by
III m Monday night that 23 before the 15 days are up, it Superintendent Richard
Ill In Honor of 30 yrs. employees earning the will keep them from gettingany Jockel April 12.

asUCcountyagent jD minimum wage, $2.20 per 1'e type of treatment of their "The BEA will speak to the
4-Sp.m, hour, received a 10 percentpay account. Many consider phone calendar as a negotiable item.
Lakeside Comm. Ctr. The Clay County Development raise Jan. 1 when the contact and written notices a There are conflicts in this cal-
Lake Butler Authority CCDA) is minimum "wage went from harrassment, but we must endar with the existing con-
"J!I asking for a share of the funds $200 per hour to $2.20. The M,. educate the customers," tract," said Bradford Educa
Armory Board r Mitchell added. tion Association chief nego-
MEMORIALSERVICE. derives from the lease of
One matter causing a lot of tiator George Loper.
At Crosby LaktCemetery timber and
mining rights in Lawtey BurglaryTied
t by Camp Blanding which is in irritation among customers is "I don't see starting and
W. T. Weeks Chapter Clay County. a drastic phone calls made for ending days of the school yearas
I U.D.C. To Jnx TrioTwo 1. ) bad checks, Mitchell said. The negotiable" answered
I 4 p.m. Public Invited m mam' CCDA is trying to rectify company has even gone as far Jockel.On .
: what it considers an "inequitable Duval County juvenilesand as issuing warrants for some advice from board attorney
L2' a situation" between the a Jacksonville man are of the 64 bad checks receivedin Jesse Wolbert the board
j"j"V" : county and Camp Blanding.The being held i in t he Duval County the last 30 days he said. adopted the calendar on the
military facility, now util jail pending issuance of Amounts of the bouncing premise it may be negotiatedlater.
\ "KIDNAPPED" ized extensively by the Florida charges by the Bradford r checks have recently .
I Library 3:15 p.m. National Guard occupies County Sheriff's Departmentfor .1t., increased, he added.Continental Four teacher planning days
1 17 percent of the Clay County burglary and grand Jz the third precede the first student day

Q HOSPITAL AUXILIARY land mass and pays no taxes. larceny !Monday morning of a \ largest independent phone August 30, on the adopted cal-

""'. Gen. Meeting CCDA also contends the Lawtey home. -L company In the nation serves endar. Students' last day of
7:30p.m.: a county is not receiving any both I I2' 10.896 customers in 13 Florida school next year will be June
The juveniles, 16, and
Covered Dish for the cities. Billing dates for the 8, with two teacher
money mining and tim post-
I. I Meth. Fellowship ber operations on the 72,000 George transfer!Maddox to the, 25 Bradford, await Melanie Hale Is New MisslI-Co HighMelanie local area are the first day of planning days.A .

I II ; Hall ill military reservation. County Jail for the breakingand Hale, 17-year-old Junior center who aspires to be a physician was chosen Union County the fifteenth month day in of Starke each month and the in total of 13 planning days

;. TUES., APRIL17 DD In an attempt to get some entering theft of nearly High School queen Saturday night. ,\prUI7.ln ceremonies the L'HS auditorium. Mil Hale Is the Lawtey and Kingsley Lake. are built into the new calendar
BC ZON ING BOARD funding. CCDA Is asking U.S. $500 in goods from the home of daughter of Mr. and 1\lrs.U.M.: Hale d Lake Butler. She is a member the ScI.nceClub, Beta Club (For teachers as well as 17 holiday -
7 Courthouse Rep William Chappell to see if Wilma Sue Wainwright about vice-president of the Junior class and Is head majorette for the l'IIS band. Correction of problems in <: days. Labor Day and
p.m. any funds can be given back to 2.5 miles west of Lawtey on SR First runn.r.up'Ickl Graham at left Is the 18-year-old daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Paul R. hone service have been ]Memorial Day will be one day
IU. Courw.v Ol I I the county. 225. Graham of Lulu. Second runner-up Denise Dow ling, at right is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.A. 'tightened up", according to I breaks and November 25-26
Presently all funds go to the Dowllng of Raiford. Other contestants were Denise Stevenson' daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Willie new local plant manager a' (ule!;I, Q:ammuntlytatc !) state and. in turn to the Flo- Sheriff's deputies Don Frank Paytee of Lake Butler: Sandy Daniel daughter of:Mr.and !Mrs Vernon Daniel of Johnstown Charles Titmus, who came to I ing.

lank rida Armory Board. CCDA Denton and Steve Bachus and :Mary Louise Taylor, daughter of:Mr. and !\Irs. Robert E. Taylor of Raiford. the Starke office Feb. 8. Christmas holidays begin on
EiI would like some monies recovered most of the stolen The six contestants competed in the annual display of talent and beauty before an audience of "We are allowed eight J[)ec. 22 of this year, to
"<..unO.Maw IT "' UII could decide the reports for each 100 remained In minute before they problem 3
L .140,OM.y Ii1GI designated for additional public goods Monday night then some 200 persons.. Judges seclusion some 30
j ._.._U0 Imw111c.C.ra. recreation facilities in Clay traced the burglars to their winner. :\1I..lIale was crowned by Diane Brldgeman. :\lIssl'nlon County High. There was no stations before getting bad I be given as a teacher planning

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Page TELEGRAPH April ZZ, 1976

St Edward's Altar SpecialMass St. Edward's Society everyone' Holds April who 15 made the Holy Linda Michael Powell WhiteToWedJulySl, Yhe9iciaIFI kciaai $/- Pf'Jf ;;;;!

hosted a reception for the Week Services a success:
following who received their including the Tuesday evening Wlocly Socitly Gdito., 964- 7608
Mr. and Mrs Edward M. '
first Holy Communion at a luncheon at the Methodist
special Mass from Reverend Church. Powell announce the engage-
Richard Bowles Holy Father Bowles informed ment and approaching
Thursday: Jackie and Andy members that Bishop Paul marriage of their daughter The Dewey Williams Will Woman's Club Has
Fan ton, Perri Guisto. Teresa Tanner from Jacksonville and Linda, to Michael Stephen
Futch. Milagros and Xiomara some former pastors would be White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Celebrate 50th Anniversary May 1 International
Olin all of Starke. ,.
Puig Adrienne Welty Ricky on hand for the parish White
Wilkins Richard, Steven and Confirmation ceremonies Mr. and Mrs. Dewey from three to five o'clock in Program April 14
Phillip Starling. scheduled for April 30. Miss Powell and Mr. White Williams will celebrate their the First Christian Church
The First Communicants Church maintenance are both graduates of Brad- golden wedding anniversary Fellowship Hall. "The Bicentennial Goes > "
were presented with rosaries building plans,a parish picnic ford High School and the Uni Saturday, May 1, at a recepAll friends and relatives are International" the theme
and corsages and plans for a square dance versity of Florida. lion given by their children invited to attend for the Woman's was Club of

The refreshment table were discussed. Miss Powell is Starke luncheon \ :
a faculty meeting
which was covered with white The next Council meeting is member of Bradford High Terri Kirkpatrick, Wayne Fields Wednesday of last week.
scheduled for 24.
held a lovely decorated cake School. Mrs. A. Russell Norman
formed in the shape of a cross Mr. White Is planning to Wedding April 17 International chairman gavea
Eastern Starof
and was made by the parents attend graduate school at the slide program on the people
Jackie and Andy Fanton. University of Florida in the Miss Terri who came from many rJ
Leigh Starke were Mrs.J.H. Fields I1.; ,
Mrs Robbie Shaller and Mrs. 24
Supper April fall. countries to make
Kirkpatrick daughter of Mr. grandmother of the groom,
John Samons were
and Mrs Carl A Kirkpatrickof and Mr. and Mrs. HerbertGret'n America great in the 200 years
cochairmen of this event. Starke Chapter no. 224 The is for
wedding planned
St. and and from 1776 to 1976 Since this
Augustine Wayne
Edward Parish Council Order of the Eastern Star will in the First family. I .
held St. a regular monthly have a covered dish supper July United 31 Methodist at 3 p.m.Church witha Charles!Mrs Charles Fields, son Fields of Mr. and of .............................. was presented Holy Week slides Mrs.of the Norman people \

meeting in the parish hall on Saturday April 24,at 7 p.m. in reception In the church Fel- Jacksonville, were married at Mrs. Charles Francis is their customs religions andchurches. "
:Monday evening April 19 with the Masonic Hall. lowship Hall. 3pm.Saturday in Wesconnett undergoing surgery today The slides carried k; ', j"
Richard Welty presidng. All Masons and their All friends and relatives are United; Methodist Church. Thursday, in Alachua Genera the viewers from the Buddhistand : Pi ,
Revernd Bowles thanked families invited to attend. invited attend. .'
are to Attending the wedding from Hospital. Shinto shrines of the i I -
Orient. to the great cathedralsof :
,- France, Italy and Englandand : rr
the stone churches of the '.1, ;.:
1 _Ma&Rf_ _"H..I I \
.. Norway.
A LONE [oj rr.n ,1" "'" ;fJ
/ During the business ,, .,', .
meeting the club decided not ]1 / f '

to continue with the ..' '. ) 11' 1\\
construction of ;
the band stand in the park :,.. .. ..r, \ ,
because of the increased cost f' "' ,
of construction. ii ;';:;; :,,( :
Anniversary4 Announcement was made that ,
the May Breakfast will be held : I .

Saturday, May 8, rather than ..\ .
the date. given in the yearbook ", J'l-l "'f,:;" [

Mrs. John Griffin past : :: ; '
president,1941-43 gave$100 to :
the club to help with the ,:t {

building fund. J J ..K ..
The luncheon was served by
Mrs Norman Mrs. W.H. ..J' .
Hart Mrs. E.A. Hall, Mrs. l_ a 1 4. U,
G.N. Goldwire Mrs. J.H.
DuPre and Mrs. Charles
Dinkins. Mrs. Grider Celebrates

The tables decoratedwith
s 7- w! jasmine, Easter eggs and 80th Birthday April 17
Easter bunny cakes.The head
table held a beautiful Mrs Ernest Grider of son. Art Smith of Palatka.
arrangement of roses and Starke celebrated her 80th Also on the table was a dozen
jasmine. birthday Saturday afternoonat roses from another son Paul
SAVE a dinner party given by her Smith of Palatka.
Hosp. AuxiliaryTo niece and nephew. Mr. and Family and friends ate at
Mrs. Ben McCulley at their tables in the house and in the
*3395to$12195 Hold ElectionOf home in Lawtey.Mrs. yard
Grider wore a lovely Among the 62 guests were
Officers Apr. 26 pale blue, pink flowered, floor four grandchildren six great

Off regular prices .. ,,. The Bradford County length polyester gown grandchildren Mrs. Grider's
Hospital Auxiliary will hold its designed by !Mrs Barry sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Limited offer general meeting and covered Watts who assisted Mrs Lamb of Erie, Tern. her
dish supper Monday, April 26, McCulley in making the gown. brother Lee Smith of Erie,
at 7:30: p.m. in the Methodist Complimenting the gown wasa Tenn. !Mr and Mrs. Gene
----'- Fellowship Hall. pink rose corsage, a gift Rogers and Mr. and Mrs.
Our : ._._-_.. There will be an installationof from a son, Jimmy Smith of Henry McCulley and sons of
Athens Tenn. !Mrs Gerald
__---- officers awards Palatka
best presentation and annual The refreshment table was Bouchard of Fayette, !Mich,
value reports covered with a Easter Mrs. Juamta Smith of Citra
s : tablecloth and centered by a and relatives from Palatka,

of the year.Check (.t: Regular price 99.95 birthday cake, a gift from her_ Citra, and Ocala. .

W Annirtrtury.'- ice .. -<*"-_-" v* f **X/ ''
a these :: f j
SAVE ON THESE SIZES TOO.. Mrs. Autry Elected President t i 1

features: Full size 58800 Of Junior Woman's Club

Beautiful Burlington gold damask Regular 1119.95 each piece) !Mrs Robert M. Autry was The club will sponsor a

twin elected president of the JuniorWoman's "Country Day Celebration"and
Mulu quilled to foam for'luxurious Queen size $218 dance 3.
comfort size Club at the April 12 square on July
sleeping Regular $299.95 per Ml meeting held at the clubhouse Mrs. Robert Hall was hostess
A.k at the meeting and refreshments -
Sturdy 312 Coil'unit" for extra
supportFlea King size 5800 Serving with!Mrs Autry will were served froma

O Pedic box spinglo,added -' Charley yJohns be Mrs. James K. Smith first table carrying out the Easter
support and comfort Reguf.ra41995 par Mt vice-president' ; Mrs. Gerald theme. Centering the tea
Matchingboaaping$66.00.achpi E. Wilson second vice-president table was an arrangement of
> c. ; !Mrs Jan Norton, secre pink carnations. A coconut
Multi qutlted tary; and Mrs. J.C. Dukes bunny cake made by !Mrs
ueasurer Hall was served.

SAVE ON REGULAR FIRM Regular Price. S79.95 each Flex O Pedic Box Spring for Club woman of the year was ..............................
added About This Question: voted on and will be
Sleeping Comfort support Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof
announced at the May banquet
"When I had fire Merritt Island
May 8 in the Pecan Roomof spent Sunday
$7500Regular loss a dispute arose the Garden Restaurant to Wednesday with his par.
S99 95 each piece jSj 4O.OO to over the amount of the ents Mr. and Mrs L.H. Gib-

Queen Size 519500 64.00s claim. It was then I r-: son.
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King Size S275 writer insuring com t.: at
pany and representedtheir
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tFt iJ iiiFW Never on sale. have fought for my
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4__:"_ ..'....,""..z but always a good buy -v settlement Charley?" E. Reg. $595 $366

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lIZYlsls aal.e.unisrn irage.s

ADK SororityHas Rehearsal Dinner

n Cancer Held April 16

Program April 12 For Moo re-Winfree

Alpha Gamma chapter of Mr. and Mrs.W.F. Moore of
Alpha Delta Kappa had a Lawtey entertained at a
program on Cancer's Warning dinner party last Friday night
Signals at its April Meeting for their son, Michael, and
The district II ADK meetingwas fiancee, Carolyn Winfree,
reported on by President, following the couple's
Frances Hamilton, Ruth wedding rehearsal.
Frazier and Eunice Searing. The dinner was held at the
The chapter will be home of Mr. and Mrs. T.L.
represented at the state Casey Jr on Bessent road.
T } convention in Jacksonville, The dining table was covered
May 7.9 by Mrs. Hamilton with a white linen cloth edged
vice-president Gladys with lace and was centered
Thomas and chaplain Ruth with an arrangement of white
Frazier mums and blue carnations.The t
h '4 Zi Lucille Payne and Gladys 15 guests included the % li +Mw q qII

Thomas presented the cancer honored couple, their parentsand
s program and showed a film attendants.
'" "For a Wonderful Life" The honored couple '
i Hostesses for meeting presented gifts to their lpeC'!; I i' I n, 1,

which was held In St Mark's attendants during the dinner. Volunteers
Teenage Donate Stretcher
Parish Hall were Ernestine
..J '
tk'vaai' Register, Muriel Gay and Joy St. JohnCelebrates Teresa Spivey. president of the Teenage Volunteers who work at the Bradford inception inParticipating 1173.!
Thelma Thornton. An Easter County Hospital some IS hours per week, presents a S2H( check to C. B. Haillie. in the presentation of the check Saturday morning April 10. were
arrangement centered the tea 12th senior member of the Emergency Medical Care team. (l-r) Teenage Volunteers Darlene Shirley. (her! Nell Janet Duncan Dana
table. The Teenage Volunteers donated money for the rescue unit to purchase a scoop Alvarez, Sharon Hobbs Donna Krantley, Diane Wright. Becky Wall. Teresa
Birthday 17 stretcher, which breaks apart at one end to allow an Injured victim to be scooped llobbs. Paula Lock, Mrs Linda Johns, advisor; Mrs J, R. Kite, advisor; "Mrs.
Apr. up without movement. Each of the rescue vehicles will be equipped with such a Jim Lawson advisor; Pam Tucker Kelly Woodham. Not shown are Lindj Settles,
Jackson stretcher Baillle said. The EMC rescue team has made over 2,000 runs since its Susan Edvtards.Cindy Edwards Nancy Ilildreth. Brenda Prevail, Kvrlvn Griffis,
Joy St. John celebrated her and Michelle tiullion
1 st Runner-up In. 12th birthday Saturday when e e S..------------e S e e e -.--- -----..--------

! her Richard parents St ,John Mr and took Mrs.Joy, per ona a Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton !Mrs C.C. Hoppe of Tampa
Beauty Pageant and spent Sunday with Mr. and visited their son-in-law and spent the weekend with spent last week with her sisters -
Wynette Joyner Marilyn Mr and Mrs. C.L Manes of
the Mrs. HAL Mcintyre at Ponte daughter, Mr. and Mrs their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Beasley and
Griffis to Llppizann Horse Jen-
Lakewood Ohio and Miss
Kimberly Jackson four. Vedra and brought back their James Montuoro and daughter Mrs. Mark Hamilton in Mrs.J.W. Kincaid. Joining the
Show in St Augustine. nifer Haas weekend
year-old daughter of Jeffrey were
Christie, in Tampa on Tampa. family over the weekend were
grandson, Kevin McIntyre for
After show the
Jackson of Starke and Mrs. girls guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.S.
several days visit. Saturday and Sunday. They Mr and Mrs. James Hoppe of
t Vickie Hyrne of Moncks Corner enjoyed swimming at St. Haas. helped little Christie celebrateher Mrs. Russell McKae under. Tampa
= S C., placed first runner- Augustine Beach and a seafood Mrs. Martha Minx. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rader third birthday on Sunday. went surgery last Friday in
'.' up in the Pee Wee division of ( dinner. Martha Dorko and Miss Linda Henry Enroute home the Baldwins North Florida Regional :Mr and Mrs Edward Davisof
and Mr. and Mrs. C.A.
The two girls were Joy'sweekend Haas attended Library at Lyleriaof
the Hemisphere beauty Day visited Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hospital. Gainesville and :Mr and
Peoria, 111. were first of the
pageant held Saturday, April guests the Florida Legislature in Baldwin in Inverness. !Mrs Roy Andrews of Jacksonville
week guests of Mr. and Mrs
Charleston. S.C. Tallahassee Wednesday. Sunda'isitorM
10 in f were
Kimberly competed with 45 L.C. Early.Mr. Mrs. Charles Hardy visited Mrs J.P. Young of Jacksonville (it' Mr and :Mrs H.O: ::, \'
other little girls in her division ::b J Yo w Mrs. H.L. Speer of Starke her mother, Mrs. G.E. and Miss Viola Werner of
She will compete in the and son-in-law and daughter and Mrs. David Montgomery McGauley. in Palatka Thursday Columbus Ohio were :Monday
South Carolina State Hemisphere andfamily and family spent the visitors of Mr and :Mrs C.G. Desk Tilt:
Miss Rhonda Edwards and Mr.and Mrs. E.P. Boland to Saturday. Spindles -
Pageant! June I 11 and 12 Brian Pulling of FSU were of Athens, Ga spent weekend at their camp on the Hill. ()KICK. : SHOP. Ph. !MM-5-fcl
in Charleston S.C. Terri Cochran, weekend guests of her the Easter weekend with B.P.. Suwannee River.
Kimberly is the granddaughter parents Mr and Mrs. Curtis Boland in Pahokee. The v v I f i- ''-
ofIr!\ and Mrs, Joseph Wilson Edwards. Bolands remained with Mrs. Mrs. R.B. Alvarez of Lake- vv vv 1 r ,, i -' i i
.lames'F Putnam of Stark? Speer until Monday. land is visiting her daughter

and :Mrs Lucy Jackson of St ToWedMay27Mr. Miss Monica Jo Rowe of Miss Dorothy Alvarez, this
Augustine and Blake Jacksonof FSU spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Whitehead week. _
Starke. She is the great and Mrs. D. Larry !Mr and Mrs\ Eddie Douglasand and Mrs. Judy Martin Pre .
granddaughter of Mrs. :Margaret Cochran of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs Robert visited Mrs. Janet Moore in Dr. Michael J. Pickering of
Jackson of Starke announce the engagement and Green. St. Vincent's Hospital on Sunday Tampa, son of Mrs. L.N. -
approaching marriage of their Pickering of Starke was on Summer -
daughter, Terri (Denise to Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrington the roster of Fellows elected -
Joseph E. Wilson son of Mr. and daughter of Lee Casey and Mike Sher- Nov. 7, 1975 in the American
and :Mrs Carl J. Wilson of Ormond Beach were Easter man visited Chris Cox at Lake College of Physicians. Dr. and
Starke. !guests( of Mr and !Mrs. C.N. Park from Wednesday to Sunday Mrs. Pickering attended the
V R' '* The wedding will take place Christy convocation on April 5 in
c t May 27 at 7:30: pm. at the Philadelphia Pa Dr. Picker
home of :Mr and :Mrs Richard D... and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger ing teaches in the Departmentof
D Thomas in Starke. Dr. and Mrs. DW Whiffen and daughter, Mrs. Jim Baley Nephrology at the University
and son. Michael returned of Asheville, N.C., spent of South Florida Medical
Sunday from an eight day Saturday and Sunday with Mr. School.
cruise in t the Virgin Islands and Mrs. Jan Douglas in
Knroute; home they visited Tallahassee.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Bruce
2JiJ'ljou..l now Mrs. Whiffen's brotherinlawand Mathews and family of Mait- FREE MowerIf
sister, Mr. and !Mrs Lucian Johns of Jack- land were Saturday visitors of
a ,rFiIPo :Mr and Mrs. Thomas .FHowell. Frank Garavito Miami! and sonville spent last Thursdayand his parents Mr.and Mrs. Garl
brought back her mother, with her Mathews.
former local Friday parents,
residents now residing in El Mrs Anni Joellenbeck who Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, r Cub Cadet Tractor
Paso. Texas are visiting had been visiting her daughter Sr. The Carters also had as Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Herlongand you purchase a
friends in the Starke and for two weeks. Mrs. Joellen- Friday guests Mrs Marlon Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Stem-
Keystone Heights area for beck w ill return to her home in Starling and daughter, meyer of Jacksonville were between March 1 and May 31 1976 ,

several da>s. Germany next week after Danielle, and Miss, Joyce. Sunday visitors of their
Shelley Riherd, three months visit here. Harris of Jacksonville., mother\Mrs W.F. Herlong.rf you will receive a Mower

Jim and Drew Williams of :Mrs Clyde Sinclair spent
Gerald Griff Ormond Beach spent last the weekend with her sister, Da Free of Charge!

week with their grandparents. Mrs N.K. Hurst in Boca Photogra I I
To Wed June 12 !Mr and Mrs RA Colson. [Haton. 'y Walters II I
II Now here's another
:Mr and :Mrs Paul Markey Announces An &
:Mr and Mrs. David Chris-
Mr and Mrs Peter Alogna

announce Kiherd the ol engagement Lake of:Butler their andapprouchmgmarriage and topher:Mrs of Waycross Harry Stallings and Mr.of and their children home in Cheshire will return Conn.to ODan (IJIJJ013( (!J E ED good reason to buya r. .tL

daughter: Shelley: Wilson: to Gainesville and families were Friday after a week's visit At A New Studio Location H Cub Cadet. .,r--: '.
weekend guests of Mr. and with her mother, Mrs. Steve
Gl'raldl1chat'l: Uriffis. of '
:Mr and :Mrs Gerald Griffis son of Mrs Charles Dmkms Weldon. Joining the family | 738 NW 23 Blvd. QUALITY. r ,. 3)_
Kaifonl during/ the weekend were !Mr IUa .- .l.
the wedding will be held Local admittances to Brad- and :Mrs C.l\1. Patrick of West Gainesville Dlii You can tell it by the way a cub cadet is built ..-=-=-... _
June 12 at b':!III) pm. in the ford County Hospital this fo'iorida.Ir.! and Mrs Steve Date: Saturday, April 24 Automotive.type frame and direct drive trans.
week include: Rex Bailies Weldon :Mdcclenny, Mr and i}9Ia!
First Baptist Church in Lake mission with no chains to break or belts to slip '
Joe Mellon Griffis Mrs. Dora JR Weldon of Jacksonville Hours l 0 A.M.-6
Butler Mrs. Gertrude Hais- :Mrs III : PM, You can tell by the qUiet. With iso.mounts 'o l -.:
Hiiisten. and :Mr and !Mrs W.A.
Miss Rihord is a graduate of I cushion the Extra of insuiation
Union School and ten Willis Swindell. John Weldon of Bushnell and their III if Mother's Day Portrait Special engine layers steel -
County High -
attends the University of Bryan William Burgm and families.Dr. Gifts In Bridal and Portrait Divisions Plus a super-sized muffler J1
Mrs Lois Thigpen of Starke You can also tell by features like the _

Florida Mr. Griffis is a graduate of Miss Stephanie Lane Lake and Mrs WH Green iii Refreshments Will Be Served EJm "Maintenance Mlnda>r" a special clock I
l'mon Counts High School and Butler; Mrs Debra Booth and family of Tallahassee Come In And See New Photography m that tells when It'S time for periodic .
Keystone Heights; and Mrs the Easter weekend
College Lake City Community Thelma Hampton, Raiford. with spent his mother Mrs. Lex m Styles With A Personal Touch.; N maintenance.keep your Cub It's Cadet one more like way new we long help

Green and family. = aDCODD; Essssn
after ofthers
!* 'J. 'i'w w w; w*:JL* Don Joiner of Greenwood. qUit. J
You also tell its trade -
S C., Mrs Louis Yancey, Jr. can bv =*
t/eiv.. irrii.aft and Mrs. Hollis Hope, Jr. of tional high; resale vsluc. Quality i -T. ,,_
Atlanta Ga will be Friday to is your best reason to buy ato J Q iji.. .,.
Mr and Mrs Greg Monday guests of Mrs. L.D. new Cub Cadet. There will I '
Whitakvr of Starke announcethe \inmg never be a better time than
birth of a son, Joshua
('la>. born April 10 in Alachua Mrs Mack Williams Jr of Cadct right now to buy a new Cub CUB CADET" lAWN AND. GARDEN TRACTORS

General: Hospital Paternal Des Moines Iowa was Wednesday W EA\ UU K14aL\4\ W7NOR, ll.L fstot"u MlW' QUALITY PRICED -
grandparents are :Mr and to Sunday guest of Mr

:Mrs James Eddings of and !Mrs Williams. Sr. Miss .. .
Starke :Maternal grandparents Patty Williams of FSU joinedthe
are :Mr and Mrs. family over the weekend III.
Davis Gassed of Starke.
"" '" -SP.ttsweoa. ...
Mr and Mrs Curtis i

.' Padgett Jr.. of Starke OIPLICVTK BRIDGE
announce the birth of a son. CUB RESULTS FsgeR
Kobort. born April 20 at 12:30a : Mr.and Mrs. Curtis Sanders . Te'p DOLLAR TRADE.FOR
m. in an ambulance enroute were the winning couple at
to Shand Teaching Hospital. Duplicate Bridge Tuesday sJ.JilitL..J Welttlt $
Grandparents are Mr. and night Mrs. S.W. Hamilton and poll pulJ.s ln so ts PisFMS YOUR OLD MOWER .
Mrs. Willard Wynn\' of Starke Mrs: F.J. Shaw were second
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sutton and Dr. and Mrs Jim Mine-

.of...Merrit.......Island..................... singer were third %,ON, MMit-, Low D6UN PIi'lI1ENT

I tfMtfMIl .

LTC and :Mrs V.J Spenglerand T1IKBRDFORD JblIo.1.
'hAat.AnORt. un'aaA, sfxs.
:Mrs Emma Badman
visited H L Spengler in bt Published r\er Thursday easy BIJPfeT( TERMS
Augustine' on Monday at 138 W. {Call Street
Marke, Florida 32091 Fsbio.t; Amo"
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen .
:r:; and daughters. Erika and Alicia Second Class
postage!! paid

'. :Mr, and were Mrs.weekend Larry Fender guests at of at SUrkc. FloridaSubscription SEfis t.oJl.J, noilt, and.6 J.;...... TeST DRIVE One

Crescent Beach Rates:

In trade area: 18.00 per
y Mr and Mrs. Ray Wittman TtJJ)1i
year; 13.50sU months Y
and family and an exchange 11lwLScLILy ..-
student of Cumberland Md.
Outside trade area: 17.00 - -
'f- were Tuesday luncheon guests per,.ar: 14.00 six months
.f of Mrs. W.F. Herlong. Qp L 11:00(; : Pm IcliaJdt3xtslod: /

,",... :7ha 1lJ.t i I I I II II
eahing.I.&t"rrr.1 I J. ) -

Grooming & G.pJ.17G.:3oPm.\ : at13Pua: .

Bathing bt: 6UT
( l I
Breeds to 701 .oa'ta son 9s1, tsoo

404 W. Madison St. Starke 473.2161; STARKE FLORIDA

Closed Sun. Mon
Pall For Appointment .
Next To "Sooner Later Your '"
( P/gg/y Wiggly or Favorite Dealer'Kimberly
964-5221 '1I.e'10. 71i't


Page TELEGRAPH April 22,1918 r rk

Terry Reddy Receives LB City Council Urged

New Assignment

Terry Reedy County most of that time in Bradford
Forester for Bradford County County. He will be
for the past two years will accompanied to Arizona by I BUTLERServingnotice city to study the situation and property and the area was Motion to accept the low bid
leave Friday for a new l his wife Verna. that the city will have to bring the treatment plant into paved. offered by Clemons was made
assignment with the U.S The duties of county become involved in land use compliance with present The new site is also on the by Councilman T.S. Thomas,
Forest Service at Fredonu, forester here will be carriedon Y planning, chuck Kiester pollution standards. county-owned airport Jr,. and seconded after a
Arizona.Mr. temporarily by Chuck outlined the Local Hutchinson said the plant property, just down the road lengthy pause, by Councilman
Reedy has been with the Weber. Union County Government Comprehensive now operates 25 percent overcapacity form the other site, accordingto Spires. It passed
Florida Division of Forestry Forester until a successor for Planning Act of 1975 last receiving about Spires. unanimously.The
for 2'>u years and has pent Reedy can be found. Wednesday April 14, to the 330,000 gallons of waste watera Contingent on relocation of council also approved b
.- Lake Butler City Council. day into the 250,000 gallon the proposed pound, the the clearing of SE Seventh
I daily capacity plant. Problemis council accepted the lower of Street between SE Seventh
Councilman John Shaw that outside ground water is two bids for installation of aseptic and SE Sixth Avenues.
urged the council to think entering the system and tank at the location. Thomas said opening the
seriously about land use overloading the treatment The$420( bid of Gerald Griffis street had been requested by a
Take the load planning because if the cltydoesn't plant which lowers the won out over the $425 bid of resident of the area. The
follow the regulations effectiveness of the plant. J.T. Parrish of Bradford motion passed unanimouslyafter
off with +.el r.n t.t.t (w.S hlh?: JJ: Irrx l h of the 1975 state mandate, the The engineer informed the County.A Councilman Bill White
will be with date for construction of was assured the street was not
Hydrants Get Face Lift For Bicentennial county charged council that federal grants are
I the planning of the city land available to fund 75 percent of the pound is still not set, adjacent to property owned by
Hijackersair If you've noticed the red white, and blue fire hydrants newly use and the cost subtractedfrom the analysis of sewer although Spires hopes James Thomas in the SE
painted around Slarke streets, it's a Bicentennial project of the the city's state revenue problems and 75 percent of the building the long planned Seventh Avenue area.
: 1I Cadette and Junior girl scouts and boy scouts. The Bradford sharing funds. actual cost of solving the animal shelter can be "Every time you mention
adjustable High FBLA Club is going to paint faces on some of the hydrants Shaw also urged the council overload by expanding the authorized at the next meetingof that SE Seventh Street it's
on LS-301 and downtown. members to attend the present system or by plugging the council May 12 at 5:15: just like" World War III
shock absorber. The Junior girls painted tops of the hydrants white, the boy citizens' participation what allows ground water to started, White said.
iyl scouts painted the middles blue, and cadelte troop the red committee meeting on land infiltrate the system. p.m.Paving of 4,100 feet of Considerable controversy
'e ye bottoms Above, Dirk Schmidt Cana Schmidt, and Patty use planning scheduled for Estimated cost of the streets was authorized by the surrounded the paving of the
>lul ins were busy Saturday, with Patty's mother, Mrs. Laurie tonight (Thursday April22)) at preliminary engineeringstudy city council at a cost of about SE Seventh Avenue during the
.1 .Vullins. driving them around is which Lake Included in the paving meeting of the council in I
catching up some hydrants that 7:30 p m. in the Union County $25,000 of $10,500.
were missed, this one at the The committee the roads around which members of the Union :
... city park on Church Street. courthouse is Butler would pay 25 percent projects are
4":'" }' Money and materials were donated by the Starke Rotary persons appointed by the or about $6,000.Hutchinson( Powell's Mobile Home Park County Taxpayers ,
r; Club Guaranty Federal Jackson Builders Slarke Paint county commission to do worked with the and SE Seventh Avenue. Association accused I
,- J' Center, and Register Oil. planning for the county under city in 1962 in preparing a Lowest of four bids and the Councilman Thomas of being I
!HI' the same state mandate. similar study. He mentionedthe one accepted was submittedby the beneficiary of I
.1 ami/ lI
I 1 "III !tP!!Jil .. lk- ;....- The state planning act city water system neededno Archie demons, a Union improvements in that area. I IThomas'
MANSIZEfor E';1g1tJ! requires the city to assign a expansion at the present County commissioner. son James Thomas,
local planning agent and time, but said the council Clemons bid $1.65 per square had purchased land nearby
apoint a citizens' participation should plan ahead to insure an yard three cents per yard Councilman Thomas said the
a good day's work committee. The planning adequate supply clean under the second low bid of improvements were plannedto
If you haul or tow heavy loads agency can be the city councilor drinking water. $1 t.68 and five cents under two benefit the families already
your car t, rear end may need a one person Kiester said. The proposed dog pound other bids of $1.70. living in the area.
lift American Parts Hi Jackers In other action April 14, the also entered the three-hour Council memeber Margie
u IIII ':, ,; are the answer Hi Jackers are council listened to possible meeting's discussion. Cason asked City Attorney:\- To Lam ToClaaa,1yWaitress ,
','I ',", the nation s leading air adjustable solutions to the overloaded Councilman Tommy Spires Hal Y, Maines if the city could and
i 'I t 1' shock absorber They fill sewer treatment plant. told the council a more award' the bid to demons
like a tire and lift up to 1 000 Ibs Consulting Engineer James suitable site for the pound had Maines said it would be proper Cook Wanted
to give you the control and stability Neal Hutchinson of been located which would since Clemons is not an Apply At
II Ih you need Jacksonville Beach said he save the city money because a employee or official of the city Norman's Rest. Waldo
would be glad to work with the well was already on the and other bids were receivedfor
4 4
MADE IN U.S.*. 22 ?9
the project.
'" I each All-Gear Drive S Bigger Wheels
ill Installation, AMERICAN PARTS 4 Blgger-Tougher Higher Clearance 10,000 Men To TrainAt
included SHOCK ABSORBERS 3 Point Hitch 4 or 5 ft. Mower Does Mobile
12 In. Bottom Plows Cultivators
Disc Harrows 4 Bedder Blanding This Summer
Planters Pert. Spreader Your Home
SPORTSMANS WORLD Over 20 Implements For 2 to 20 Acre Almost 10,000 National mand Headquarters out of

3 Year FinancingYour Guardsmen will train at Camp Tallahassee.June Leak?
INVESTMENT FOR A LIFETIME Blanding this summer with 6-19: 362 members of 4 Gal. .--
TRUCK STOPHWY the first unit 80 men from Co. the 841st Engineer Battalionp
C (P), 53rd Support Battalion ( ). Miami. Will Cover -7
SUPERIOR TRACTOR CO. June 20-July 3: 363 men of
301 S. 964-9984 from Plant City coming in on
April 18, remaining until May the 841st Engineer Battalionp 12 x 60 ,
Bring This Ad 'or '1 ofl ol >S or more purchase at this, location, 5353 WEST BEAVER *,??S; .* 781-9011 2. ( ), Miami. r $99
The second largest contingent July 9-25: 160 men and officers
of the summer, 3,900 men of the Florida National
and officers of the 53rd Infantry Guard Ililitarycademy Gal.
with (ICS I.
Brigade Headquarters -
in Tampa will arrive on Aug. 7-21: 630 members of
24 and 2nd Battalion. 263rd Air
April depart camp May
8. Defense Artillery from South
Other units scheduled for Carolina.In ::
use for the first time this
summer' training Blandingare summer ill be the first contingency ILE H(

l ; u v1 .. .. i iThe 149th May: General 16-30: 160 Supply men of Co.the, Guard buildings of the new which National were +' ::kATIN:) c I tANItE

2J n Lake Wales. completed April 1. and include
headquarters building, six
May 22-June 5: 4,000
Guardsmen of Alternate Corn- barracks two messhalls and ''ADolt

one warehouse.Also battalion. supply and

Library To Show in use, for the first time
V will be new demolition ranges YourselfKeep
', which have been moved back
Movie !
Kidnapped from the south portion of the Your Home Warmer In Winter, Keep Your Home Cooler
camp to the center of the postto
DYTON Insulate in Summer
crossroads settlement of Starke began to grow when the Library's The Bradford March County film Public pro pollution avoid complaints in the Keystone of noise (You'II Save Money On One Coat Coola

first Atlantk-to- Gulf railroad, running from Fernandina to Cedar gram will, a movie feature based"Kidnapped" on- Heights area.Training operations, will be Heating Bills and, 8 To 10 Degrees

Key, was built through here in the late 1 1850's. Pictured here is one the novel of the same title by more extensive this summer Electricity 6Ue.OLIN'S)
Robert Louis Stevenson.
with increased helicopter firing

of the early.trains approaching the Call Street crossing in the days attend The the public showing is invited April 26 at to Unit by on the new Air ranges Assault located Firing MOBILE HOMEHwy

before streets were paved. 3:15: p.m. five miles south of the junctionof
All films are shown free of Highways 16 and 21. The 100 W. Starke
charge. new ranges have been used on
to weekends since December
CURB BoardTo '" _... ,.. -- .... .... ... -----
'. t t O O
; V"
:. r 04.
:Meet :Monday' Z&3%

A meeting of the board of
directors of CUBB Economic
Agency (Clay Union Baker
ww and Bradford counties) will be
held Monday, April 26. at 7:30: 1kr4.6h PRINGTIME
p.m. at the Civil Defense t h. C f
Building in Starke.All Q
;, I interested citizens are
r v welcome at this and all
meetings Directors.of the CUBB Boardof The Savings Are Fantastic .


.James W,:Martin '!\ PULL ON '
Ft. Campbell, Ky Army
4 Sergeant James W. Martin of
Lawtey stands ready to ,, ..PANT'SWHITE
defend the free world on a
t .
.cafa4.r.nsile \
moment's notice as a memberof AND ASSORTED! ,
the Division Ready Force \
(DKF) at Ft. Campbell. Ky PASTELS 100% 1

-4 ]J u 1n u1 101st The DRF Airborne contingent Division of the is i1? POLYESTER

geared to react immediatelyto EXCELLENT .

are proud to have had a part In the progress of Starke PNaEYOt"r problem both domestic areas. and foreign //I ASSORTMENT OF

W O Men of the 101st are placedon t! j/ PATTERNS AND WEAVES
by providing funds for residential and commercial DRF status on a rotating
< basis. i JUST I
construction totaling millions of dollars since our founding a r Sgt. Martin, son of Mr and $567)) PANT TOP
YiTi" Mrs. Howard Martin is a 1 Sizes 8-18
In July 1 964.. Come In and discuss your needs with us. s"'a id1N' squad leader in Company A, BLOUSESPOLYESTER
2nd Battalion of the division's327th

sergeant entered the
Army in August 1972 completed SOME FRENCH CUFF . Sizes, 8.18

As Our Country Celebrates Jackson basic S.C.training. and was at last Kt You'd Or More Expect To Pay 52000 C AN Q Q

stationed at Ft. Clayton, C,Z.Seaman .
200 Years of Freedom Gerald' Griff Our Price

Coast Guard Seaman PRE-WASHED $
L Guaranty Federal Celebrates Apprentice Gerald E Griffis 299
20,son of Mr. and Mrs. GeraldD. JEANS Sizes 8-18 JUST
Griffis of Starke, has
20 Years Of Service returned to Norfolk. Va. after
four weeks of refresher training
".' aboard the Coast Guard
Gainesville: I \ Cutter Taney at Guantanamo
Guaranty 3300 S.W Archer Road 'Ie" : Bay Cuba.
taeoere The performance of the CONVENIENT
138 E. CallStarke
220 N Main /3501 W University Ave. crew of the 40-year-old cutter LAY-AWAY PLAN

Federal I Keystone Heights: Lawrence Blvd & Sylvan Way IFSLIl.a during the training earned the

Starke: 395 W Madison Street -----1 I ship Atlantic for both Area Excellence Mon. thru. Thurs., Sat. 9am 5:30: om9am Cb

. Savings& Loan Association Lake Butler ,,175 w. MaIn Street ---.- Awards readiness and engineering.operational 6:00pm: Friday Qo
A 1974 graduate of Bradford
High School, Griffis joined the
Coast Guard in September.
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April 22.1976 TELEGRAPH PageS

.. .f '"' ..,' ". .. Water Lines To Be ExtendedTo Paul Dinkins Jr. Found Dead In St. AugustinePaul
< ."
l '. ., County Agents Association, He was past president of the
""It... .. ?kir Hampton Recreation ParkWater L. Dinkins 49, a nativeof also serving ten years on the Hastings Rotary Club and was
IfI Lawtey and county agentfor county agents committee of active in Boy Scout work and
JI lines will be installed retain monthly billing practices St. Johns County for more the Florida Association of 'the Jaycee's Young Farmer
from the Hampton water system for water usage. than 20 years, died Friday, County Commissioners.Last Program. He attended Grace
to the new city recreation City attorney Richard Welty April 16, from a gunshot September he receivedthe United Methodist Church in
park, rather than drilling a was authorized to investigatethe wound. coveted environmental St. Augustine.
well, the city council unani- possibility of placing fines Dinkins was found dead on quality recognition award Dinkins was the son of the
mously decided Tuesday upon parents of vandals in the the patio of his home in St. presented by the National late Mr. and Mrs. Paul
night, April 13. city a move requested by Augustine shortly after 8 a.m. Association of County Agri- Dinkins Sr. of Lawtey. He is
Cost to the city for running marshal Ralph Green. by his wife returning home cultural Agents in Milwaukee, survived by his widow, Ann
lines to the newly-formed park Increasing vandalism in the from an errand. An autopsywas Wis., and in 1969 was presented Carter Dinkins and one son,
.. iF will be about$300,and the only area called for drastic mea- performed, but the report the Distinguished Service David, both of St. Augustine;
-:"j i. v ,. charge from water works sures, Green said and has not been made public. Award from this same one brother, Charles Dinkins,
I f V. a owner Arthur Bruno will be although nocity court exists to The St. Johns County He was a member of Starke; and two sisters, Mrs.
' .rr; 1 l I for hookup, as opposed to a enforce such a fine something sheriffs department said the group.Epsilon Sigma Phi and Horace Cox,of Santa Fe Lake,
,. :, I t f $1,000 estimate for the well should be done.Marshal shot was believed to have been Gamma Sigma Delta honor and Mrs. Jim Burton, Jack t
i proposed by council member Green also fired by a .357-magnum societies in agriculture. sonville.
J Mrs. Bobby Sheppard. requested and received permission revolver found beside the Funeral services were held
.. 11 Trees have already been set to purchase a fire body. He is said to have been ro: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: at 10 a.m. Monday in Grace

on the recreation department extinguisher for the marshal'scar. suffering from a chronic sto- I ::1 i: Methodist Church, St. Augus
BMS Chorus Gives Spring Concert grounds and a fireplace has mach ailment. torn Off Thanks tine, followed by interment at
been built for $300 for picnicking Bids on repair of the city Dinkins had an outstandingrecord WW&ttStf&ifi&SfffffffiCARD, ; ::: 12:10 in Kingsley Lake Cemetery -
Bradford Middle School's chorus performed In concert March 19 a(the school gym reported recreationdirectorcouncilman hall porch will\ be re-taken due of service in agricultural ::: .

:Members of the chorus are l-r)front row: Joanne Hall.Shari Evans Tina Simpson Mrs. Regina A.C. to misunderstanding in bid- work receiving numerous THANKS ..............................
Wmxlfin. Director Sherrl Tew, Tract Smith, Regina Holmes Charlene Beam, Marla Norman, Dennison. ding procedures by one of local, state, and national I would like to express my Sgt.Leon G.Wilkerson
(linger! Crews. Future plans for the park three bidders Tuesday night. honors. He graduated from appreciation to my friends and AGANA, Guam U.S. Air
Second row: Kim Slocum Sherra Moll Debra Grlffls. Christy Faulkner Frances Whitaker, include sports areas and a Rebidding will also include the University of Florida witha relatives for the food and kindnesses Force Staff Sergeant Leon G.
Janice Thornton, Cathy (Irifiis. Vicki Mcula. Robin Stephens music theatre.In repair of the city's equipment BS degree in agriculture, shown to me during the Wilkerson, son of Mr and
Third row: Terry Goodge. Linda Sawyer, Vickie Kersey Kim Norman. Lisa Cordell. Cathy other action at the regular building and will be acceptedat and also went on to earn a loss of my mother.Nadine Mrs. Leon Wilkerson of Law
Lrmlrr, Gloria llollis. Cathy Holt/, Dale Bedford monthly meeting, council the next council meeting. Master's Degree He moved to Cannon toy, has arrived for duty at
Fourth row: I'aulandl'rloli.! Barbara Leziak. Rocky Edmondson Dale Bradley Denise Dalley voted against allowing three St. Johns County in 1956 after Andersen AFB Guam.
Janice Browning! Carol Geiger! Sherry Vanzant. Beverly Chitty. months prior billing to the city serving as a vocational agriculture CARD OF THANKSWe Sergeant Wilkerson a special
Firth! row: Robin h Hodges, hrlsandra Hamilton. Janet Kasley. Donna Crawford Terri) Powell, for its water usage. Council- teacher in Anthony. are sincerely grateful to I vehicle and base vehicle
:Marynn :Miller Suzette Roclrique. man Gene Taylor objected toa With a staggering price tag During his career in St. the church, friends and neigh equipment supervisor with a
Sixth row: Joyce Thorpe, Beth Starrier, Tonda Gibson, Tammy Baldree Cheryl Jacobson. Mike recent advance billing by of $5 billion in losses annually Johns, he was widely praisedfor bors for all the many kind acts of unit of the Strategic Air Com-
Starling/ Robin WIlliams, Joey Her res, Denise DeSue. city water works owner shoplifting is the largest recorded his "dynamic youth" sympathy during our sad mand, previously served at
Bruno, who explained that crime in the nation. development program bereavement. These kindnesseshave Hurlbert Field Fla.
particularly in 4-H work. He meant much to us.
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6 TELEGRAPH AprI122,1s7aBHSBaseballers

Subdue .nM Union High Baseballers ;j

Clay 6-2, Edge Rams 2-1 Move Record To 22-4 .

In one of their better weeksof offs which began Wednesday, ,Richard Hall and an eight l hit r
the season Bradford Appril 21, was the final gameof attack to subdue discouragedClay
baseballers posted a 2-1 mark the regular season for the High 6-2 on Bradford Into Subdistrict Play
with wins over Green Cove Tornado nine. Field. :L44.jR :

Springs and Gainesville "We took a beating over Hall went the distance, win- .,,; .\ I I
Coach Hansen ning his third keep- ..-, "''I.IIIIII'I1r' ;\!
Eastside before getting there Denny > '<: the while his Tiger teammates
'.l'f' entered
clobbered Monday night at commented. "Palatka is ing the ball low aril away -. :. '. ..., '. : Union High baseballers Hemme, who record touched KH for six runs.
Palatka South.It always a tough situation." from the Blue Devil batters : .. .. .. 1 increased their season recordto game with a 14.1 walkedfour The combination gave the
was a rough night all the The Tornado nine ended its He struck out four and walked .' ... 22-4 this week but lost the yielded six hits in the Tiger baseballers their 21st
with 10-7 three. The Green Cove .. Suwannee Conference title Blue Wave batters
way around Monday; the regular season a player .. win against four losses..
record, not counting coaching first base had when P.K. Yonge jumped ace first inning explosion.
school bus carrying the i:.,,'" -.1; Keystone ended its season
watched Hall's pitches all Bill Hem and won 10-5 The Tigers never gave up
players ran out of gas on the tournament play.PALATKAGAME .\ me the first 1110.
the ,. despite the disaster in
home. afternoon and hit BHS pit .. Friday in Gainesville.It
way The 13-4 loss to Palatka cher the hardest when he '. ..''- '''1 .r.f.i was the second time this inning. They scored once in "He kept them offstride
South, seeded number one BHS pitcher Richard Hall unloaded a booming triple as a '-';. ...." season PKY has beaten the the second and put together with his curve all day long,"

going into the district play- walked four Palatka batters in pinch-hitter in the top of the M ,. .. .,.e4:. .:; Tiger nine. The Blue Wave three straight singles 'in Tim the said Lake Butler Coach Terry
third for three more runs. of Whitehead
the Braves' four run uprisingin seventh, which centerfielder win clinched the Suwannee Stroemer
', .....' Whitehead's RBI single in the solid 5-11, 180 pounder."It .
the first inning. The Braves Jimmy Prevatt couldn't quite ,,' Conference crown for PKY.In
led all the way with Hall catch up with close to the stadium later action, Tim fourth brought home anotherrun
FLORIDATHEATRE giving up a total of eight free fence. L. ___. ,_ ,_ Whitehead threw a 6-0 shutoutat but the Tigers' fate had of was at least l his second"
been sealed by a pair best effort of the year.
passes, allowing 10 tuts and Catcher Jackson Prevattled Keystone Heights in
striking out three. the Tornado attack going Tornado catcher Jackson Prevatt slams a sharp single Keystone Saturday and the insurance runs by the Blue
Bradford managed just four three-for-three. Freshman between short and third In the bottom of the sixth to drive home Tigers exploded for seven Wave. Whitehead fanned nine
hits against the tough Palatka third baseman Jeffery Nor two runs, putting the frosting on the cake In the Tornadoes' 6-2 runs in the first inning in The Wave tallied 10 hits off Indian batters while walking
nine. Shortstop Dinky Kilby man slammed a double which win over Green Cove Springs. Cross City to beat the Bears 7- Hemme."It only one. It was his seventh
had two hits for BHS and drove in two runs and added a 3 Monday. was like two win against two losses.

FRI. SAT. SUN.lllail drove in a run. Jackson single, going twoforfour.A sixth when he slammed a Jim Prevatt evened the UIIS may get another shot prizefighters" going at it Bob out
Prevatt hit safely and drove ina walk and a single scoredone bases loaded single between score 1-1 for BHS in the second at PKY in the subdistrict play. there, said PKY Coach Danny Hazen paced the
ffiJ] e a J run, and David Gaines hit run for Green Cove in the short and third, making it 6-2, frame when he reached base offs of District 6 Class 2A Hawkins, "Even the" outs Lake Butler attack with a
safely top of the first But BHS came BHS.A on an error and scored on a baseball being held in Lake came on well hit balls. triple In his two-for-three dayat
Disney's Palatka South scored in right back in the bottom of the perfect throw from the second miscue. The winning Butler this week. Play began the plate.
every inning except the fifth. first to take a 3-1 lead and control Green Cove left fielder nailed marker came in the fifth when when Hilliard met Santa Fe at CROSS CITGUIE
Fred Clemens Fred Clemons'
BHS scored one run in the of the game. Dinky Kilby Kenny Aycox, trying for a Kilby scored on a wild throw noon Wednesday, PKY met Catcher and Catcher scored Chris RBI
UUL1UAIIJ first when Kenny Aycox, walked, Kenny Aycox was third run off the single, at the after he tripled. Cross City at 2:30: p.m., singled twice Harold Jimmy Esford single, Lawson,
and who had walked, and Clemons
second batter up, walked, safe on an error, and Jeffery plate. Newberry played Hawthorneat Mobley
stole second and third, and Norman's double scored both. BHS loaded by the bases 5:30: and Lake Butler met both tripled in a first inning scored on an overthrow to
_!:!'::.r'G_ scored on Jackson Prevatt'sRBI Jackson Prevatt's first single when Jimmy Prevatt and AAAI rP1N Jasper at 8:30.: explosion that led Union High third base as the Tigers broke
baseballers 7-3 Monday night the ice with two runs in the
.,"--- -- single. scored Norman from second. Dinky Kilby were walked by Both the winner and runner-
BHS plated two runs in the Clay made it 3-2 in the top of the Green Cove relief pitcherand up from the subdistrict will go by the Bears in Cross City for third inning.
PLUS fifth with two out when, Kilby the second on another walk the speedy Kenny Aycox on to district play set next their 22nd win of the season. UHS added three more in
Kurt Russell In singled and Aycox again and single. beat out a slow roller to week Lake Butler pitching went the fourth, Danny Hazen
walked. Two wild pitches BHS that back in the second base. sensation Bill Hemme
got one PKY GAME: the scored on Gerry White's RBI
The Strongest Man allowed Kilby to score and fifth when Norman singledand The loss dropped Clay High, P.K. Yonge jumped on Lake only one inning him but single, Harold Esford crossedthe
Aycox stole home. Jackson Prevatt walked, which beat BHS 2-1 earlier, to Butler ace Bill Hemme for explosion gave raised a seven his plate after a wild throw to
In The World BHS put together two putting Tornado runners on 11-12 on the season. eight runs in the first Inning to run cushion and third and White scored on
in the sixth Gaines first and second. Charlie record to 152.
singles beat the Tigers 10.5 Friday Chris Lawson's sacrifice fly.
scoring on Kilby's RBI safely Revel then hit to the shortstopwho EastsideGameShortstop April 16, in Gainesville and KpyslonrGame'
301 overthrew first base, Dinky Kilby take the Suwannee Tim Whitehead hurled a The Tigers made it 6.0 in the
Green Cove Game allowing Norman to score, tripled in the fifth inning and Conference crown away from three-hit shutout in Keystone fifth Inning when Clemons
DRIVE-IN Everybody was getting a making it 4-2, BHS up. scored on a wild pitch to lead Union County High. Heights at the Indian nine scored on Whitehead's sacrifice -
piece of the baseball Thursdaywhen Jackson Prevatt drove in Tornado baseballers 2.1 by Hazen followed with his
Lee Van Cleef In the Tornado nine combined his second and third runs of Eastside of Gainesville in a BHS Meets Palatka Central triple, but was left on base.
the three hit pitching of the game in the bottom of theSUPER pitcher's dual Friday night, -h
THE it]
April 16, in Starke. In
STRANGERAND Catcher Jackson Prevatt Friday Play-Of District Track
threw a three hitter at East-
THEGUNFIGHTER side as he took to the moundfor Bradford High baseballers Jacksonville. Others of the 12
the Tornadoes. Prevatt play at home against Palatka teams are St. Augustine. Lake Meet TodayBradford
BUYS struck out nine Ram batters Central tomorrow (Friday Weir Palatka Central, North

Tecfin color* and walked just one enroute to April 23)) at 7:30: p.m. in the Marion. Gainesville Eastside, County High boy's
Batglrls (?) Laura Kay
the win. Thomas and Gloria Strickland subdistrict baseball tourna Clay High, and Ocala, Van- track team travels to Lake
"i' ;. "PLUS Eastside pitcher Clint Jones (leaning forward) diligently ment the opening round of 12- guard. Teams are seeded City today (Thursday, April
NEW also three-hit the Tornadoes, watch team district play. according to their won-lost 22) and Friday to vie for posi-
over equipment duringThursday's
NEW but the Rams allowed two Surviving that test, the BHS records in Class 3A play. tions in regional track compe
JAMESCAAN 4' x 8' Sheets baseball game nine next Wednesday, April
unearned which
runs provedthe tition.
Living RoomFORMICA chance
with Green Cove Springs. There a good
of 28, meet the winner of the
ROBERT DUVALL difference in the game. Bradford High Mill make it to About 10 schools are
,, CHAIRS Eastside scored its run in Bishop Kenny-Lake Weir the district. Tornado coachessay. expected to enter from this
the first inning when Keith game at 6 p.m. at Palatka district from which
Misfits Stay BUS beat Palatka Cen- one top
THE KILLER ELITE | $500 & $600 per 2750 Kelley walked, stole second South High School, site of the tral5.4 in the seventh inning team and six first place event
sheet | each took third on a wild throw, and district tournament. veryearly this season. PC led winners will earn a berth in
Sun & Mon scored on a fielder's choice Atop Men's "Palatka South has"every- 3.2 going into the seventh regional events.
%13"18' NEW thing going its way says when, BITS rallied for three High jumper Milton Baker
Robert Redford In C Small FryersRegistering BUS coach Denny Hansen. PS runs and the win. and distance man Kirk Hun-
SoftballThe is the number-one seeded
% 14"18' WHITE Open Palatka Central lost 2-1 singer are prime contendersfrom
team in the district and will be
the BUS
to team, coach
Monday night Clay High.
16"18' Misfits continue to lead playing on its home field. Grover Howard predicts.
the Starke Recretaion Bradford High is seeded Jeffery Jockel consideredthe
For SoftballThe Department's Men's Open fifth in the district behind PS, top Tornado pitcher, has a

LM.VM.gM.rECwsao.LJ Softball League with a record Ocala (Forest, Gainesville lingering soreness in his arm I PRICE SLASHING:.
Small Fry Softball Buchholz, Bishop Kenny of after his .
A PARAMOUNT MfitAltPLUi. inning marathonwin EXTRAVAGANZA:
MOBILE HOME Program, Grades 1 (First) 40.The misfits picked up their over Santa Fe High a Fool Long Steak SandwichThe

A hn.o...L.M... through registering age at the 9 Pratt are Street now fourth win Monday night, BHS Golfers Win week ago. BUS coaches have Biggest Steak Sandwichin
April 19 been holding Jockel out this Bradford County for $1.15 -
RICHARD Center and the Recreation by downing Brooker
LEE BURTON SALES & SERVICEHWY Department Office. Practice 125. They hit safely 12 times Tri-Match week, waiting' until they are All-the-Way.
certain the arm has
with Wayne come
MARVIN sessions will be held each Harper, Lloyd
and Gilpin, and Ricky Bennett around. Hansen said he and You've got to try itYou'll
5$::4 964-5606 after Monday Wednesday getting two hits each. Bennett In Gainesville Coach Ron{ Everett are hope. like it!
n 00 I.S beginning
included a home run in his two ful Jockel 1 will start against
P. *arr. Wednesday, April 28, from
Tornado golfers played Palatka Central this
: pm. hits.Brooker steady and won a trimatchover night, but are uncertain. .
This will be strickly a "fun" was led by Gene L'.S.30to.o.: 96I-6567
Eastside and Oak Hall
Raulerson and Lamar
league. Some of the mothers Sanford
last Thursday in Gainesville. J
with two hits each.
have volunteered to coach the Brookerhad
hits. BHS recorded a team totalof
kids. The second game saw 169 to Eastside 181 and OakHall's YOU NEED A WILL

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Cross-The-Creek Gators, 192. Matt Herres. Wade Winkler an
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.t; 35 Bradford High foot form the core of an experienced to very little experience at the says, is last year's backup experienced junior this
-.. ball players report Monday to football team which is beginning of last season," center Lawrence Budget. coming season.
begin 20 days of annual spring expected to have size, quick- says head coach and athletic Budget started two games at Jimmy Clark, the fullback,
was a beautiful day on the practice in what is expected tobe ness, and speed. director David Hurse. center last season. He will be also started several games at
St John's River, Saturday one of the better seasons in "We have pretty good "I fine backfieldas tried at offensive tackle this linebacker last season. Clark
> expect as a
April: 30.Being. wr Tornado football experience, both offensively
v / :1 history. I've ever had since I've spring. will probably go both ways
beautiful doesn't BUS returns IS lettermen to and defensively, contrasting been here," the veteran Lee Casey, last season a this season.
always help the fishing. footbal mentor says now entering weak side guard, will be at Kenny Aycox was a starting
When you read some of the his 20th at BHS. linebacker when he returns cornerback last season His
about editors' comments BHS Girls 4th year this season speed and sure tackling will
bass fishing, they lead Jimmy Prevatt, who will be Three boys started at offen- make him a fixture there this
you to believe that bass starling his third year at sive tackle last season at one season, though he will play
fishing is better than ever. quarterback has a wealth of time or another: Bobby more offense.
experience, Hurse points out. Smith, Charles Reames, and
The only thing that Is better r In District TennisFour Prevatt will |be able to do most Keith Carter. All three were Erie Biggs also worked the
is the r I last half of the
sports equipment you + I anything asked of him the starters and have experienceat season as a
use to catch a bass. .rt coach has starting cornerback, after the
points out. Prevatt the offensive tackle spot.
Something must be done In of five BHS top lady girl. It was my one been practicing his passing injury of Richard Lashley,
the near future to preserve the tennis players made it to the disappointment of the since January and can be Split end Jackson Prevatt is and has experience there
black bass. Protecting them finals of tournament Coach Howard returning. Prevail was the
r quarter district play expected to be much Depending on how the base-
during spawning season would last week, mounting enough improved in that backup quarterback last sea
department, ball
team does in the subdis-
do wonders. said.Bright son, but will be used this sea-
to for of the
points earn the team spot Hurse says.Fullback .
at end. Coach Hurse trict Friday night, the football\
Lennard Register fished fourth place schools tournament Class III son split
s. among 11 was Jimmy Clark, at 6-
with me and we fished hard 4. y.ss : competing."I competition, where Ruth 2 and 215 pounds, is returning says he intends to work young team may be short eight or ten
players Nurse
Monday notes
between the power plant northof 1 isrsli/s1s Hazen advanced to the finalsIn for his third season as a Jeffery Norman at quarter
Dunn's Creek and the I+ thought we could have beating a Santa Fe starter. back since he is just a sophomore
had third place, but Nine games are
this currently
railroad coming season.
crossing south of Rider Jim Bedell looks like he can feel the ground coming up opponent 6-1, 6-2 and a the
Dunn's Creek all considering the competition I "Clark will be as fine a foot- Another experienced tight on schedule for this fall.
day. he files off bull in the of Florida Rodeo. Madison County contender 6-
as a recent University was pleased," commented ball Coach Hurse has signed to
We talked to several 3, 6-3. Hazen lost to Buchholzin player as anybody in the end returning is Erie Biggs, a
coach Melba Howard of the state Hurse play Ware County High of
fishermen that fish the river the finals in another tough says. proven pass catcher.
District 3 Girl's Tennis Running back Andrew Car- the other the Waycross, Georgia to replace
every week and they had the Local Student Heads UF Rodeoby match 6-4, 6-1. Going way,
same story. No fish. Tournament. "Ruth did an outstandingjob. ter, at 190 and 5-11. is a hard Tornadoes will return starting last year's one shot deal with

LAURIE FAGAN rodeo kindles enthusiasm and Buchholz will go to state, Her performance was runner, has speed, and will be defensive end Jay Godwin, Tallahassee Rickards.
Coach Register and 1 finally something else for opponentsto who at 6-2 now weighs in at
UF Student Journalist helps make more people having earned first place with really encouraging, Coach Fernandina Beach has
landed three bass for the day. aware of this area's depen- 28 total points. Gainesville Howard said.Danette deal with, the coach says almost 200 pounds. Keith Car- dropped Bradford High
The weather change could The University of Florida dence on agriculture and the High took second with 16, Rodrigue found an Kenny Aycox, fastest man ter started several games at Hurse Is currently looking for.
have had an effect on the Jackpot Rodeo featured calf agricultural sport of rodeo", Madison placed third with 14points easy 6-0, 6-0 win over her on the squad at a 4.5 second 40- defensive end last season a replacement.
activity of the bass.I dressing and bareback riding Outlaw said. and Bradford High Baker County opponent to yard dash, lot of before Injuring a knee and los-
know it was an off day for for girls too, at the Florida He entered the bareback made fourth place with 11. bring her to the quarter finalsof offense in the backfield, Hurse ing the position to Willie BUS spring grid practicewill
fishing, because some of the Drill Field Saturday (April bronco riding event and ]In "hard match" play, where she lost to a says. Perry, and has experience. run 20 days within a 30
men came in with no fish of 10)), stayed on the required eight more a than two hours, Jennifer played Gainesville High opponent 6-3, Thus the starling backfieldwill Carter is 5-11 and 185. day period after Monday, the
any kind. seconds, but hf was disqualified 64. have size, quickness, and Outstanding sophomore same rules under which the
Jockel earned I
in the
a place
A part of the UF Carnigrasfair because he touched his Pam Tucker was the only speed, plus experience. defensive tackle Marty Southeastern Football Confer-
After all boats had weighedin the Second Annual Stu- horse with his free hand. Lake quarter finals in defeating a BHS singles player to miss Up front tight end Steve Russell,6-1 and 230, will\ be an ence operates.
City contender 6-1
at sundown found dent Rodeo 3-6,7-
we that was put on by the
from calf
The events
ranged 5. Jockel lost in the semi finals semi final play, losing to her Ernest returns for another
Harold Branham and Chuck UF Rodeo Club.
dressing for the girls to steer 6-1. 6-0 to Donigan from Lake City contender 6-2, 60. season 20 pounds heavier,
Durkee were the winners for and bull for the Grace Wins 3
riding much
this month. Chuck and Harold Lavern Outlaw, a Bradford dogging, and other similar Buchholz, who "went, to win the In doubles action, Jockel stronger. and must Baptist
buys Improved."We
did their fishing in Rodman High School graduate who is events. The calf dressing Class I singles competition. and Pierce teamed for a 6-4,6-
Pooland said they lost several now an agriculture student at teams of three Lynn Pierce topped Myers 4 victory over the Chiefland expect Ernest to be one
bass during pie day. UF, is the president of the UF each required to put a tee shirt on a girls calfin from Eastside 6-1,6-3 to earn a number one duo, but drew of the top tight ends in the To Top Ladies' I
Rodeo Club. the specified time. There finals in the Class II semi Buchholz in semi final play to state," Hurse says. Play
where she lost to her lost 610.. Also returning with a full ... ...
Russell McKae has been between 10 and 30
flexing his muscles' in "The rodeo was a great suc- sons were in each event. per-. Madison County opponent 6-4, Hazen and Donna Samons season experience under his Grace Baptist continues to second inning was 18.10 in
Sampson Lake for I ho cess and we were fortunatethat 7-6 in a 5-4 tiebreaker also earned a place in the belt is center Jeffery Jockel.At hold down the top spot in the favor of Hope Baptist Hope
few day. Huss landed a past nine no one was hurt. The "Lynn should have beat this quarter finals with a 6-2, 6-1 185, Jockel is quicker and Starke Recreation picked up just one run, in the

and half pound bass.and said win over the number two stronger than last season. Department's Women's fourth inning, while Madison
the Chiefland team, but also drew "Jockel's Church League after posting scored two in the third and
lie also year's
big one got away. experiencewill
indicated that one Lore him up, Bradford Boys Take SixthIn Buchholz in the later play and be valuable to the line," three straight wins. then tied the game al 19-all in
couldn't turn him, says he lost &-0, 6-0. Hurse says. GB won its third game, the bottom of the fourth
plans to get him some nylon Play ended Friday after two One player the coaches will without a loss Monday night, inning.
and return. full days of solid competition. have to find a place for, Hurse April 19, downing First The score remained tied
Baptist Church 2013." The until the bottom of the sixth
The!May tournament will be District Net Tourney score was 9-8 at the end of the inning, when Madison Street
held on Lake Santa Fe. 6th inning, but Grace then scored two runs to take the
Bassmasters and families will First Baptist Leads pulled away with an 11 run lead 2119.
have their annual fish 'fry at GAINESVILLE Facing 1 to enter the second round of Bradford High tennis team outburst in the top of the 7th Nan Hall .and Alma
this tournament.We tough competition'from the singles play. Scott Tinsler also measures 9.6 overall and 6-5 inning to out to a 20-8 lead. Packham led Madison
anticipate the largest district's 16 schools, the earned a place with a 6-0, 6.2 for district play. Church SoftballWith First Baptist didn't give up Street's 16-hit attack with
crowd ever to be present at Bradford High tennis team victory over Tom Riherd of League though, as they plated five three hits each. Clairnell
this annual event took sixth place in the District Union County.In runs in the bottom of the Branham. Brenda Lee and
3 Boy's Tennis Tournamenthere finals Dixie Youth the first week of league runs after two outs that won inning before making the last Denise DiCandio each had two
] for
Pat Welch has been quarter play the for them as Madison out to end the
already Friday. White lost play gone First Baptist game game. hits, including the league'sfirst
singles honors to
scouting the lake. Pat landeda Church find themselves on top Street scored 6 runs in the Janie Ratliff led Grace out of the park home run
10 pound Hawg last week in Buchholz won the team title !Mark Clark of Columbia Baseball Play of the Men's Church Slow bottom of the inning to pull\ Baptist with four hits in five by Denise DiCandio in the first
followed I 2.6, 6-3, 63.
Santa Fe. with 25 points, by County Crews lost to Brian !Monroe Randy of Pitch Softball League with a 2- within 2, 1313.Presbylerian. trips to the plate to lead her inning. Mary Hersey Jan
We certainly hope Mrs. Oak Hall Gainesville 'High, 0 record. rapped out 14 team's 14 hit attack. Debbie Searle, Grace Searle and
Russell McKae is doing Lake City and P.K.onge.. Columbia County 6-4, 6-2, Set Next WeekThe Tuesday night, April 13, hits to Madison's 10. Each Jones had three hits. Tonia Pickren led Hope with
sixth with five Andy Crews fell out 6-0, 6-1 to
better. She has been BUS placed First Baptist .defeated team committed 10 fielding Ellen George and Betty two hits each.STANDINGS.
hospitalized for the past few points in the tournament \play. another Columbia Tinsler County Dixie Youth Baseball Presbyterian 22-7. FB errors. Stuart Duncan led the Bresee were tops for First ; Grace
days Larry White earned one player unseated Francoise was Van League will get under way collected 19 base hits while t.winners with four hits. Matt Baptist with three hits each.'f>' Baptist 84)),v Hope.,'? .First
IVnny Zollowki has !been Intforlhe Tornadoes in the Gainesville by within the next week under the Presbyterian managed eight ,JiHerres r added.three to the. First Baptist collected 12 hits.Madison >.f'j.aptist 1-2; Madison, Jf&jl-' !
voted into the Bassmaster's first round of play, beating Oost of High 6-4,6- Starke Recreation Greg.Alvarez led the First cause. Joey Bennett hap two, 1 Street Baptist ;4- '.'+-.JtJrVSJ:
Club. We wish Benny lots of John Shor of FlaglerPalmCoast \ Department with a few minor Baptist'wIth four hits, with hits. Eddie Blalock Emmett broke into the win column SCHEDULE: Monday,
success as a Bassmaster. 7-6 in a 5-2 tiebreakerand White and Randy Crews changes that have taken several others with two hits Akridge and Ralph Morganled with a 2119lin over Hope. April 26 7:30: Hope vs Grace,
7-6 in yet another 5-4 tie- teamed up to win over a Baker place. each, including. Jim Lewis Madison with two hits The game was a wild scoring 8:45: Madison Street vs First
Benny is an avid fisherman doubles in Spring Holidays at* the hit the each.
breaker. County team 6-0,6-0 who league's first home affair as the score after the Baptist.
and has to be his credit one preliminaries, but turned school have caused a delay in run. Presbyterian had 13 hits, First Baptist had no
bass that weighed near 18 Randy Crews also earned a around for defeat by a the beginning of the season as led by Stuart Duncan. problem picking up their
pounds, caught out of place in the quarter finals Columbia County duo by 6-1,6- no practice could be held due The other game of the night second win as they downed
Kingsley Lake on a Bomberbait with a 6-0,4-6, 6-0 victory over et. Andy Crews and John to the number of boys that saw Madison Street Baptist Morgan Road 183. FB led 9-1 CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
while trolling several Greg Ginslrom of Union Sa mons were defeated 6-3,3-6, were going off for the Easter down Morgan Road 19-4 after the first inning. First
years,ago. County in the first round. 6-3 by a Columbia pair. Holidays."We behind a 19 hit attack led by Baptist banged out 18 base
Bass Wishes Brother Andy Crews topped were sorry to find out Lamar Williams' three hits. hits to Morgan Road's 5. Jim
Neil Crawford \VfldonoCEaslside6-3, 6- Final season record for the that two of our sponsors wouldbe Thursday night was a Lewis was tops for First with Let us explain our energy

unable to help us this year, different story. With everyone four hits, a triple, double, and
Southern Discount and the thinking it would be a two- 2 singles. saving system.

Athletic House. We are very team league, Presbyterian STANDINGS: First Baptist
Sat. grateful for their support in pulled a shocker on Madison 2-0, Madison St.
the past" says Recreation Street as they won 1513. 1-1. ..
May 1 Director Randall Davis. Presbyterian led off the first Road Presbyterian"0.2.SCHEDULE. 1-1, Morgan COMPLETELY
O Until other sponsors are inning with eight big runs on
rt > 11 AI.STARKE : found the teams will be given six hits to take a commanding : Friday, April
"nick-names." If any business 8-0 lead. At the end of the 4th 23-7:30: Presbyterian vs First
or organization would like to the score was 11-5, and then Baptist: 8:45, Morgan Rd. vs INSTALLED
sponsor one of these teams, Madison Street added one in Madison Street.
please contact the Recreation the 5th, and one in the 6th to Tuesday, April 277:30: ,
Department. narrow the lead to 11-7 going Morgan Rd. vs First Baptist;
Sponsoring fees are $100 per into the final Inrungs.Presbyterian 8:43: Presbyterian vs Mad.
team. This money is used to then scored 4 Street. 1490
buy uniforms and equipmentfor

J Sponsors the teams.for the other three Undefeated Gatorettes ((2-TON SYSTEM)

LAND teams are: Guaranty Federal,
S Chamber of Commerce, and
the Elks Lodge.Crews plus any n.c.ssary.I.ctrical
'Lead Women's SoftballThe / wot

,. Gatorettes are sitting record for the Women's
eyyy. atop the Women's Open games as the doubleheaderwas
State Level Softball League with a 3-0 played in less than two

AM1i AUCTION record, with their biggest hours. SAVE $$ ON
Weight LiftingTAMPA challenge having come by The first game saw the
way of the Independent Gatoretles take Brooker 11-1

Mike Crews, Merchants, Tuesday night, in five innings, while the YOUR ELECTRIC
Bradford High School senior April 13. Merchants shut out the
''., Auction a 10 Miles S. Of Starke participated in the Florida The Merchants are holding Stumpnockers 13-0 in five BILLCa"I.r'
Amateur Athletic Union second place with a 2-1 recordin innings. The games started at
i 5 WALDO 1 Ya Miles N! Of Waldo Weight Lifting Championshipand the Starke Recreation 7:30: and the field lights were

finished second in the US- Department sponsored slow turned out before 9:30: p.m. It
15 Miles N. Of lakes hours to new "SUPER
normally m
; z I pound class Saturday April pitch Softball league. IIIIIIIIUIINN III
E" unit I I. now alt t
playa game.
.. GainesvilleHAWTHOAI..JE 10. at the Seminole Heights Tuesday night, April 13, saw
The Gatorettes rapped out available. Demand to g111HU1IH1
Center here. the Stumpnockers down [ 81u1tl11
y GAINESVILLE (Just Across From Community Crews recently successfully Brooker, 15-9, with both teams 14 hits with Violet Kendall\ ... .ffici.n cy comparison
3 eight hits. Base having a perfect night at the
State getting
Waldo Flea Market) defended his Florida before you buy.
made the difference. plate with a four-for-four '""
. tIe lifted running
School againstsix
.' High Carrier beats them all
performance in their win over
other Although winning, the
U lie described opponents.the event hereas Stumpnockers committed 12 Brooker. Carolyn Redding, up to 70" dependingon
fielding errors compared to Francis Coltrane and Merri the brand.

D oW HER TERMS 20% down and 20 years to pay at 8% Crews an Olympic scored style 264 pounds meet. in Brooker's four. Brooker just Ormsby the winners.had two hits also for

the clean and jerk and scored didn't take advantage of their

-h f\\I"MC\"G\ Purchase Price Down Pmt. Mo. Pmts. 176 pounds in the snatch event hits Carol Hall led the played The in second about 45 game minutes was as
for total of 440.
= a
2000 00 400.00 s 133Qlr. Mike Reed Daytona Beach Stumpnockers with three hits the Merchants stopped the
art and Debbie Branson had two. Stumpnockers 130. The
had 264 in clean and Jerk plus
palmed 2500.00 500.00 $16'aTOF1t10UAB000E Merchants got 12 hits to the
OW" 20' in the snatch for a 473 Charlene Melvin and Diane
E:! 3000.00 600.00 2008 total. Thigpen each had two hits for losers four.Cheryl .
';f 3500.00 700.00 2343 BHS Crews weight-lifting was a member team of the for Brooker.Second game of the night Warnsley,Sheila Crosby Forsyth Marvin, and AIR CONDITION SERVICEALL

saw the two top contenders, Betty Hudson led the
f. It's You Can'tAfford four He years.has entered the "Junior the Merchants and the Merchants with two hits each. BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR

Something Olympic" meet in Vero Gatorettes. go at It. The Standings: Gatorettes 3-0, CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED
Merchants 2.1, Stumpnockers
Beach, Saturday, May 1. Gatorettes come out on top,
To Miss!! "This is the biggest weight 129. 1-2. Brooker 03. PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER .
t.. lifting event in the State of The Gatorettes led all the Schedule: Thursday April
Florida" Crews said. way as they banged out 14 22, 7:30 Merchants vs
safeties while the Merchantswere Gatorettes; 8:43: Brooker vs

If you want to own your own piece of land. you can! Hearndon collecting\ was tops 13 hits.for GG.the Stumpnockers.Tuesday. April 27: 7:30:

Currently 25 per cent of winners as she rapped out 3 Stumpnockers vs Merchants;
CONDUCTED BY: Ben Campen, REALTOR U.S. businesses use dictating hits. Violet Kendall, Francis 8:43. Brooker vs Gatorettes.

machines, but the Business Coltrane and Carolyn Redding Air Conditioning
CAMPEN REAL ESTATE 481-2437 Hawthorne Equipment Manufacturers Association had two hits each. Cheryl

predicts that the In- Crosby, Carnell Williams,
' After Hours 468r1944 or 481.3428 dustry's 1975 sales of $200 Shelia Forsyth, and Joy 332 W. Madison StarkePh.
Maines tied for the Merchantswith
r (Salesman will 1 be on site Sunday, April 25th -5)) million will climb: to over $334 two hits each.Thursday 9647701t1.A

million by 1980. night games set a


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CHURCH ACTIVITIES luncheon at North Central Danny Thompson and Brian of Elizabeth Terry Jr.,was also a dinner guest on Mrs. Pierce Crews spent Mrs. Pierce Crews visited
Church of God: Sunday Baptist Church both days. Jacksonville gathered at the Mrs. Jerry Vogler and family birthday of their aunt, Mrs. Sunday. Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Equilla Roberts on Fri-
School 10 a.m. WorshipServices They also visited Mrs. Strick home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Dennis Farmer, of New Ernest Grider. Her four sons Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilki Waldo Pringle,of Worthington day. Mrs. Roberts just
11 a.m. and 7pm. land's son-in-law Don Parce- Moore on Saturday to help Mr. Smyrna, were Sunday dinner and their families and her sis son, Jr. and son of Jackson Springs. returned home from Bradford
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: luzzi, who Is a surgical patient Moore celebrate his 75th guests.Mr. ter-in-law, Mrs. Juanita Smithof ville spent Saturday with their Mrs. C.R. Crews spent two County Hospital where she
pm. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. In Alachua General Hospital birthday. .and Mrs. Floyd Jenkinsof Palatka, her brother-in-law parents, Mr, and Mrs. Donald weeks with her son and was treated for a broken arm.
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday on Wednesday. Mrs. Maines Griffis and Jacksonville were Sunday and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilkison, Sr. daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mr.and Mrs. Daniel Massey children of Palatka spent the dinner guests of their brother- Lamb, her brother Lee Smith Jack Wainwright of H.C. Crews and family of and Terri of Jacksonville
11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. and family of Naples spent the weekend with her mother( I in-law and sister, Mr. and and her nephews and their Tallahassee was a Saturday Clearwater, and her son-in- spent Sunday afternoon with
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 weekend with his father, A.E. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, andMassey Mrs. O. Nicula and family. families,of Athens,Term also overnight guest of his mother, law and daughter, Mr. and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
and other relatives. sister, Mrs. Daisy Boch. Mr. Wayne Harper and son of came for the weekend. Mrs. Truby Wainwright.Miss Mrs. Billy Woodard and Arlie Dobbs.
pmFilth Baptist Church: Friends of Miss Arthurine and Mrs. Lynn Boch of Jack- Starke were Saturday. dinner Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wigginsand Roxanne Dubose of family of Largo. Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. James Anders
Radio Program over WPXE Blanchard will be happy to sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil guests of their grandparents, family of Jacksonville Decatur, Ga., spent the week Woodard and her sister-in- and family of Palatka were
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday.. Bible learn that the doctor plans for Griffis and family of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Mrs. Lavon Wilkison andchildren end with her uncle and aunt, law, Mrs. Joyce Phillips of Saturday overnight guests of
School 10 a.m. Worship Services her to leave Cathedral Health and Mrs. Tom Whaley andCenter Cecil Whitehead visited the and Mrs. Gloria Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee. Largo brought her home their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Wednesday, April 21, girls were their Sunday dinner Prevatts on Saturday morn- Rowe spent Sunday with their Mr. and Mrs Robert Tuesday and were her over O.J. Anders. Sunday dinner
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at to come home. guests. ing.Mrs. parents,Mr.and Mrs.Bennett McClellan and Jeff were Sun- night guests. Mrs. Tommy guests were Mr. and Mrs.
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Manuel Stephens took his Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice Eula Barry, Tommyand Wilkison, Sr. day dinner guests of their parents Clayton and son of Jackson- Johnny Jenkins and Robert of
Grace United Methodist: daughter,Mrs. Debbie Woods, visited their parents, Mr. and Julie, of Jacksonville, Mrs. J.E. Mclver of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Les ville spent Wednesday with Hilliard, Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship to Columbia,South Carolina to Mrs. Harold Eunice on Sunday visited her brother and sister- was a Sunday dinner guest of McClellan. Other guests were them. Jenkins of Jacksonville and
Services 11 a.m. and 7 live with her husband, Eugene of last week. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold her sister, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright their son-in-law and daughter, Major and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs Bill Anders. and
pm Choir Practice 7 p.m. Woods,who is in the Army and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gus- Eunice on Saturday evening.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Maxie Reddish, Dougherty and family and family.
United MYF 8 p.m. Wednes stationed at Fort Jackson, tafson,of Green Cove Springs, Darlene Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanand Donald and Randall of State Miss Erma Wilson of Valdosta Mr. and Mrs J.C. Beach of
day.Several S.C. Manuel was their Wed spent the weekend with their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Farm on Sunday afternoon.Mr. ( ,Ga.,Miss Billie Wilson, Jacksonville were guests of
ladies of the Church nesday overnight guest and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Austin and Rhonda, and Mr. Clark attended services at and Mrs. Wallace Elizabeth Breslin, Mr, and their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
and their pastor Jim Hall, returned home Thursday. Doobs and family and grand- and Mrs. Frederick Prescott Grace Baptist Church on Sun Chesser of Maxville and Mr. Mrs. Tom Boyette, Mrs. J.F. Robertson on Sunday.A .
attended Holy Week Servicesat Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie were Sunday dinner guests of day morning. and Mrs. Fred Carter and Mabel Boyette of Jacksonvilleand family cookout of barbe-
United Methodist Church, and Kathy of Starke; Mr. and Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor Miss Cheryl Boyette spent a family were Sunday dinner Bill and Ray Wilson of the qued hamburgers and fixings
Starke, during the week. Mrs. S.D. Andrews, Debby Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wyke man and Mr. and Mrs. Carl few days with her cousin Miss guests of their son-in-law and University of Florida in were enjoyed Saturday after
Highland Baptist: Sunday and Randy, of Wildwood; Mr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman and family. Lisa Durban of Jacksonville.Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville were weekend noon at the R.W. Bryans by
School 10 a.m. Worship Services and Mrs. Charles Moore and Wayne Berry and son,Mr.and Sixty-two relatives and a and Mrs. W.S. Crews, Wayne Hardee and family.Mr. guests of Col. and Mrs. Sandi, Ralph and Phil Jacobs,
11 a.m. and 6pm. sons of Moultrie, Ga.; Mrs. Mrs. Mitchell Ellis,all of Lau- few friends gathered at the Sr. of Jacksonville were Sun- and Mrs. David Parrish, William Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ted, Louise and Lisa Bryan,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Gayle Todor and sons; Jimmy rinburg, N.C., spent Thursday home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben day dinner guests of their also of Maxville and others Fred Whetmire of Orange all of Gainesville and Pat,
p.m. Moore and Wayne Boatright through Wednesday with Mr. McCulley and David on Saturday mother, Mrs. Pierce Crews. gathered during the afternoonfor Park were Sunday guests. Ronny, Kevin and Karen
Northsldc Baptist: Sunday of Orange Park; and Mrs. and Mrs. Doc Mosley. Mr.and to celebrate the 80th Her nephew, W.F. Atwood, an Easter egg hunt Mrs. Rosalee Brown and Williams of Lawtey.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser
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lucky winners. WITH-
Mrs Jo Benson led the
Southside Glee Club in a brief PACKAGE OF = HOOD, _

preview of the upcoming HAIKARATE FIVE SKEINS MEN'S ==
Spring Music = SPIT
Concert, and = 7 QUART
Southside students participated IN 3 COLORS. SLIP-ON =
in a Bicentennial 24 OZ. = MOTOR = ==
costume parade.The events of PARTY PORTER
REG. 22.88 s
the evening were enjoyed by REG, 6.99 = DECK SHOES = ==
We wish to thank the people MEN'S DOUBLE = ---

who night made possible our Family Fun AFTER SHAVE ntr acN = 48 8 GORE DUCK-HEAYY UPPERS 18 99 =

We also thank all the -
parents who donated dessertsand many LOTIOH == INSOLE CUSHION _= __ 77CWITH 99'; =
their time to make this LIMIT ONESHOP =
event so successful. We 4 OZ. =-= -==
couldn't have done it without -

Spelling you Southside! Bee held in the its annual school lAOc MEN'STSHIRT = BAR-B-Q c:; ;: = SISAL ROPE

cafetorium March 26. Prior to ;.
the school ; =
spelling championship
each of the three = MITT -"DIAM. =
fifth grade classrooms had STRAWSOLES = ; = SOFT LONG, =
conducted their own com- REG. 79' REG. 1.49
petition to select the top three = WITH POCKET = :; ;: ::
spellers from each class to
championship.participate in the school ASSORTED SIZES = 58* ?;.., 89< ==

The nine participants in the == AND COLORS ==i PROTECT YOUR === ==

school Powell.competition Tammy Richards were: Jeff, MEN'S AND LADIESTATAMIS = =i v COOKING HANOI = =

Brian Williams, Brad McRae, FRUIT OF
Karen Kimbrell. Robin Stern, THE LOOM
Clover Darell, and Nazworth.John Bennett.Douglas EARLY SOME I REG. 1 .89 _- BRAKE m LIGHT DIMMER _

The: top third three place-Brian finisherswere ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY THONG SANDALS FLUID Z RANGECHOOSE* ROTARY FULL ,_ _-

Stem-School Williams-second ChampionBradMcRae. place-Robin WITH 12 OZ. CAN -= YOUR LIGHTING MOOD =-

8 NATURI SOIL 1 44 :::::! BRAKE = :. ==
Brad and Robin will now 1 = 109 FROM JLUID = =
represent Southside in the mast; REG, UNION- -
Bradford charge
County Spelling Bee j
to be held on April at 10 A.M. 'NIl ...,..._ CA"D i .,. '. 2.49 = CARBIDE .:a rieel.z = ==
in the School Board Room. We 'I t I..' d.' .. ... REG. 1.S9 = 4.99 ==
Congratulate Brad and Robin !
and wish them much success:
Y .In fh. fwm. M.......iniMY

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April 22,1976! TELEGRAPH Pagel

.... .
Hampton Hi-Lites . . I SENIOR CITIZENSthe
by Dolores
Phone 468-1913 Meng: serves Reverend as pastor.Lee Koberson first reply with a letter graders are extending their Douglas from Gainesville. enter Baptist Memorial A tip of the hat to our 2nd The movie "Kidnapped"from
I > Hampton children enjoyed The Hampton Christian picture of President Gerald Bicentennial activities with a Robin Wadsworth is enjoy- Hospital in Jacksonville for vice president, Mary Allen, the book by Robert Louis
an Easter egg hunt last Satur Church hosted a Fellowship Ford and a lovely picture of study on camping techniques.At ing the week with her great eye surgery on April 22. and Della Speed (secretary Stevenson will be shown at the
day at the Hampton Recreation Covered Dish Dinner in the the White House. the conclusion of this study, grandmother, Mrs. Katherine pro-tern) who chaired and Bradford County Library at
I. Park. First and second City Hall Saturday evening. Mrs. Noelle Silk's Kindergarten they: hope to enjoy( a camping Wadsworth, in Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark recorded minutes at our last 3:15: pm. Monday, April 26.
prizes were given each of the The pastor. Reverend James class enjoyed an Eas- outing together.The .and Mrs. Harold Waters and grandson, Kenny, spent meeting, April 13. First vice The library will conduct a
three age groups for most Shaw, greeted guests which ter party and egg hunt hosted school children enjoyed! and family celebrated last Saturday and Sunday at a president Bill Richards and book sale of fiction and varied
eggs found, as well as a special Included the Hawthorne by Mrs. Paul Friese and the delicious fried chicken Harold's birthday on Easter family reunion in South Georgia his wife Hazel, who is our subjects the first week In May
award for finding the Assembly of God Minister. An daughter. Sandy, on April 15. lunch served on Thursday. Sunday with dinner at Mrs. secretary, were on a Carib-- Paperbacks and hardcoverswill
prize egg.Those egg hunt was enjoyed by chil- The children hunted eggs they They especially appreciatedthe Louise Newman's home in bean cruise.. Joe and Peggy be sold at prices everyonecan
winning were: dren well colored at school the day lovely candy filled Easter Starke. Kerrigan were in Miami. afford.If you have been to
as as a Gospel Sing Mr.
Brenda Carter, Jennie Rhea, which Included several musical before,and put them into Eas- baskets which Mrs. Blonnie Happy Birthday to John Williams and entertained Mrs. Lysle Alex and Emma Morton the library art show April 5-12,
Becky Nugent, Tammy ter baskets they had fashioned Derkman made for each of Hodges who celebrated on Kathy'ssisters were guests of Alex's daughter you have seen the beautiful
Peeples, Gloria groups.Steve from strawberry baskets. April Mrs. Ann Masud and Helen and her
Hillis and Ernest them as a special treat.Personals 20. husband, handmade macrame cushions
Patty Sherman. enjoyed recently After the hunt the children Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall Mrs. Frances Ross and famil- Fred Stark on a very enjoyable made by Senior Citizen Karl
a college preview ies
Thanks go out to Helen Prevail with friends from the Friend-trip were served an Easter Bunny spent the weekend with Mr. also Mrs. Frances Cottleon three-day trip to Sanibel Hoist. One of these cushions
Woods Egg Farm In ship Bible Church in Keystone cake baked by Mrs. Friese. We wish a speedy recovery and Mrs. John Hall in Atlanta, Easter Sunday Island. will be raffled off during the
Brooker and Bill Trlnks from Heights to the Toccoa Bible Assisting with the party were to Mr. Bill Maxwell who is a Ga. Mr. and Mrs. We are extremely sorry to book sale.
Hampton Lake for providing College in Mrs. Brenda Walling, Mrs. medical patient, atGainesville's Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver George Simpson hear that Mrs. Betty Parhk House bill 352, "The Eye
Georgia. are enjoying visit from
eggs. Those working hard to Doyle Simmons, Mrs. Silk and North Florida look forward to spending this Mr. and Mrs. Bill a Martin cannot attend meetings because Glass Bill," has passed in the
put on the hunt were Mrs. School News teacher intern, Miss Susan Regional Hospital.Also weekend in Fort Lauderdale children Bill and Vickie who and of ill health. Betty is a legislature in Tallahassee.This .
Bobbie Shepherd, Mrs. Carol The Hampton Elementary Scoggins.The we hope Mrs. Mary where their grandson, Jimmy arrived Saturday from New staunch member, and we wish bill allows advertising in
Nugent Mrs. Mary Lou School children have been first and second Dell Brown will soon be able to Gehron, will be graduating Philadelphia, Ohio. her improved health. We will an open market which will
Peeples, Mrs. Linda Phelps doing a good job keeping the graders in Mrs. Jean Clark's return home to recuperate.She from Junior College. trip to World They before plana keep In touch with her. save the people of Florida
and Mrs. Diane Bruno. The school grounds neat and clean class enjoyed hunting eggs, is presently in Shands Mrs. Edith Parker enjoyeda returning Disney to Ohio. A sincere vote of appreciation millions of dollars in the cost
Hampton Area Volunteer Fire after the 'Pick Up Pollution'campaign coloring and decorating them Hospital.We four day visit from her niece James Contois, Steven and to Mr. Randall Davis, of glasses.
Dept. provided prizes recently conductedwith on the day before Easter are happy to report that and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brown superintendent of recreation,, Our next meeting will feature
awarded for this vacation. They also enjoyed Wadsworth Clyde Copeland from Birm- Guy and his staff Miss Gayle
event. first, second, and third Jody has been Hammond and Joe Cribbs a covered dish lunch. We
graders under the direction of the goodies Mrs. Clark put in given permission by his doc- ingham, Alabama.Mrs. enjoyed a weekend Akeridge and Donnie Thomas, will meet at 11:30: a.m. and
Church News Mrs. Arleen Rich. We trust their hand made baskets as a tors to resume normal boy- Garnet Studer hosted with Tommy Meng.cam pout for their dedicated efforts in Peg Richardson will offer
Hampton Baptist Church they are making all of Hampton reward for good work. hood activities. His parents, her grandchildren CherylAnn managed to cook and eat They all supplying new card tables, grace at noon. We hope you all
sponsored an egg hunt for and vicinity a cleaner Mrs. Earselene Zimmer.man's Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wads- Gregory and Van and the fish they caught painting the hall and typing are able to attend. An execu-
children following Easter place during their fifth graders each worth, celebrated this good their mother Mrs. Marion Lake. in Hampton documents for us. Sophie tive board report will be given
Sunday Services. vacation! Spring morning join the sixth graders news with an Easter celebra Page from Jacksonville and Fisher, Peggy Richardsonand by your president to cover the
Reverend and in the patriotic flag salute at Miss Joann from Melbourne Hampton area residents are Bernie Smith washed
!Mrs Melvin Mrs. Anna Clayton's tion at their home on Sunday. Wilby cur next four months' activities of
Hamel are on a week long trip students the front entrance of the Their guests included Mrs. with an Easter Sunday invited to leave any news tains and cleaned walls. our club.
wrote letters
to Chattanooga, Tenn; where President recently Ford to school. This class is also Hazel Gnffis and family, Mr. dinner. items they wish published Attention: Arm chair travel
they are attending a Bible pictures of the President.requesting The receiving replies to the pen and Mrs. Bill Weisner from cither with Mrs. Mary classes resumed April 15 at Sincerely,
Conference at the Highland class thrilled pal letters they have sent to Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan Hampton Lake News Williams iit the Post Office or the school board meetingroom Joe KerriganBROOKER
was last week
Park other states and countries. Friends of Mrs. Virgie at Bruno's Store. Kindly sign
Baptist Church where when Jackie Mitchell from Waldo, Mrs. Lucille on N. Temple Ave. Next
received Mrs. Carole Shields' sixth Moody and Mrs. Marjorie Barksdale will wish her success items and leave phone numbers class will be today, April 22, at
when she is scheduled to where possible. 1:30: p.m.ECKER'S .


PHOTO OFFER ti. Get an extra set of prints with every roll of color or When you pick up your developed film and prints, buy
black and white film developed end printed. two rolls of Kodacolor) or black and white film for the Farmers Market
TODAY AND EVERYDAY regular price of one. TODAY AND EVERYDAY The Florida State Farmers
I Market in Brooker is just
beginning the spring season. A
Yy few boxes of green squash
have been packed.
A bumper vegetable crop Is
expected this season. Everywhere
you look anyone who
5451 has space has it planted. Four
- Gll11nl IS 2.5 main products sold over the
NNSON' oz local market is green and
r DENTAL S yellow squash, cucumbers,

A ;, FOAMY FLOSS 50 MENNEN peppers, and watermelons.The .
a YDS. workers report they'reglad
to have !Mr. Eddie Wood
Y SPEED back as foreman. The
y r7" SHAVE DENTALFLOSS improvements to the
::.. ,.a LJM. machinery, the new floors and
,: new office space all look very

, : !REAM rfiwro6 ..., STICK good

: ONE were honored with a
; ; nivfvri' birthday dinner at their home

Easter Sunday. Sixteen members
of the family attended the
REG party hosted by daughters,
Mrs. Wanda Hodge and Mrs. .
j, WAXED LIMIT Kathy Thornton.The .
UNWAXED ONE birthday cake bore the
73 inscription "Happy Birthday,
UNWAXED Mother and Dad, April 19 &
EXTRA FINE 20." written in icing Dad
i MINT .- .. '' "FULL 23 received a Bicentennial wrist
.L Y ,; T CHANNELS watch and motheran iron pot
ONE 1 J with lid, good for cookouts.

Mrs. Eva I/la rr ell spent
:) Thursday (lo Easter Sunday
SELF PROPELLED = HOUSEHOLD = PERFECT FOR THE L v with her children. Paul and
== =; OCEAN BEACHES* f AMPE Yvonne Emery and childrenin
POWER X Quincy.
= BROOM 2.. \ 9MlN. Out of town guests joining
the Bill Bigham's the Stanley
II CA Green's and the Lloyd Wood's
=_== "I ALL CORN === SSETTE at a picnic and egg hunt Easter

109 ALL METAL REG. 1.59 Sunday wereIr.! and !Mrs.
Lester Hardce of
22" CUT3V4 = :::; TAPES !Mr. and !Mrs. Kenny
H P FILE BOXES V\\ Williams and son, !Michael of
Tallahassee, Sgt. and !Mrs.
BRIGGS & = WITH LOCK AND KEY = 2 =_= RUBBERIZED C'reig'ood and children Jeff,
= STRATTONREG. === ==== 12 and
? s "' Todd Cary, of Charles.
= REG. 3.69 SURF-RIDER ton S.C., Raymond Guest of
2" Nashville, Ga.. and Troy
lasso- REG. SIZE .
'l-J == L Thomas of Gainesville.Mr
REG. 4.99 .;..,.'.:-.. 7,) WITH A + and Mrs. Orea Prescott
f E "= )} GRAB ROPE enjoyed having some of their
JUMBO SIZE. 3REG. '.' children home for Easter
/ REG. 7 97 _- g, Those visiting included Mrs.
3 69 Francis Parrish and children
REG 9 99GRASS / :
ras CHECK SIZE 2 \ i Jan and Ebsen, of Parrish,
== CATCHER ., == == 'II/ == Fla.. :Mrs. Betty Hunter, !Miss
-- _- Inez Prescott, Vernon Pres-
cott of Tampa, !Mr. and !Mrs.
GASOliNE = rllNrl _" = ,"" -/ REG. L.C Prescott, and !M>-s. Nellie
4.99 McCarthy of Lutz. Shawn
LAWN iI1 ::::- :McCarthy, who had been
-- FOR THE FISHERMENI visiting his grandparentshere
returned home with his

EDGER = = parents.
"SUPER KNIFE" Mrs. Francis Parrish,
= -- '' ''' _"\- her
accompanied by mother,
= CAULKING ''' :: _
= = w:: !Mrs Lizzie Prescott, visited
88" '/i INCH x 50 FT. 1 her grandmother, Mrs. Alma
= 6 IN. FILLET PREPARATION!! .. Pons in Fairbanks Saturday
= = COMPOUND IMAIHI ''AI '!lI"EN'' .MWWY.y night. Mrs. Pons is not doing
:2 H P. BRIGGS GARDEN & MM very well. Remember her in

MOTOR = !Mr and Mrs Harlen Hodge
: = = LAWN HOSE CAULKING GUNS. = PREPARATION and children of Lachoocheewere

-' visiting their mother.
=== REG. == == STAINLESS H !\Irs.l\Iaggie Hodge,and other
109.97 REG. REG relatives Saturday Monday! ,
== ti =- 244 2.99 44 65 188 ROSEWOODHANDLE !Mrs Grace Barry is home
-" 1 02. LIMIT from Alachua General
= = ONE Hospital. We pray she will
=== == == == REG. 2.49 continue to( improve.
Mr. Carroll Atkinson is saidto
be improving in Bradford

Fan ShapeSPRINKLER DRILL POWERED HElPS SHRINK/ County Hospital. We pray he'll
. ELECTRIC FLEX-LINE 4O6O eo = SWELLING' OF continue to improve, and will
= OIL HEMORRHOIDAL return home soon.
= EDGER ANDTRIMMER 20 -- Prayer: !Mr. Coy Edwards,
!Mrs. Alice Edwards.
t;;; 10 :80 -_ -, CHANGER CAUSED BY

-:: .II'c-=:::: =-= O 00MOOJ = Heavy Duty Plastic With =-= INFLAMMATION. ServicemenPFCIlandalL.
-= LENGTH 56" === .,10 V MINUTESNO
: ( f == == On-Off Valves MISS its .Trainor
.20 ?D = 66 REG. fUMP
78C 4 DISCHARGE Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
= =
30 120 = 5.99 HOSE CUP Army Private First Class
i5988 = Reg. 99 BAGS ties' Randal L. Trainor, son of Mr.
=== ==== and Mrs. Leo R. Trainer of
Route I, Starke, was promoted
JUMBO 12 IN. March 31 to his present
.C EXTRUDED =: = PRICES GOOD ONE FULL WEEK! rank while serving with the
:' I It5::: NYLON ==== 25th Infantry Division at Scho

, LINE. = THERMOMETERINDOOR THURS., APRIL22 THRU WED., APRIL 28 / field Pfc.Barracks Tramor, Hawaii.is a combat

s = SPRING .=== in
= engineer Headquarters
5 LOADED OROUTDOOR OPEN DAILY 9-9 OPEN SUNDAY 9-6 I I Company, of the division's65th

:; FEED 8 8 == Engineer Battalion. He

INSTANT ---' 4 EASY TO = EBflEFEEB( J 'I 0GCM1EG(! entered and completed the Army basic in June trainingat 1975

ESTOP/START READ -- Ft Leonard Wood Mo.
: SWITCH f REG. 5.99 = 831 SOUTH WALNUT ST., STARKE The private of Bradford is a 197 County graduate -

-- High School in Starke.


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We have recently started a may have read or I
test with a tree not native to otherwise heard about a i:'
these parts. Four weeks ago disease that is causing some
one hundred Chinese concern to timberland owners I
Chestnuts were given to us by in some parts of North :
Tony Jensen and Louie Florida. That disease is called'i i:
Nieland, Extension Foresters Pitch Canker. Not much is ,II i
from the University of presently known about this
Florida. Mr. Nieland, who is problem. It has been observedthat
now retired,' began working it prefers Slash Pines
with! the Chinese Chestnut most frequently. It has, '
w about twenty years ago as however, been found to attackall
part of a nationwide other species of pines found tIn
experiment to see if this tree Florida. The reproductive 1
could provide us with a spores of this disease is 1
? i S701SlW eI fr replacement for Its close normally found to start in i
j ONSUI 1 relative, the splendid young, succulent tissue near '
, y American Chestnut !the top of the tree or end of a I
branch. The most noticeable .
The American Chestnut was signs of attack are a) Dead,
considered the queen of the Tree top or branch end; b)
eastern American hardwood excessive amounts of pitch
forest trees. It attained flowing down the tree trunk; .
heights of over one hundredfeet
and diameters of over This disease has existed Inn
eight feet. In the open it cur area for many years
developed massive wide. causing growth loss in a small,;
spreading branches and a number of trees and even
road rounded crown. killing a few trees yearly. Lash)
...'OWing on well drained soils, year, however, it was
it was found from Marine to ,observed in Flagler and;
Michigan to Alabama. The Volusia counties in great,
Market Road Alexander Road wood, durable in contact with numbers. Large tracts of
the soil, made good fence trees were being infected
posts and poles.The bark, rich heavily with the disease,.
in tanic acid, was used pushing it into an epidemic
By extensively by tanneries. This condition. It was hoped that
Dump Clean -UpProject County Agents 1 tree, however, was best !the natural controls would
BobbyTaylor known for its delicious nut prevent its spread and force it
+ that was borne in a sheathe to subside. Unfortunately
Notebook appropriately; called a !those areas are apparently
Adopted By Chamber Board "prickly bur.: The year 1906 getting worse. This caused
proved to be the beginning of much concern, bringing abouta
the end for the American study group composed of
Chestnut when chestnut blightwas foresters from timber
Most of our spring time whether it has the We also had a good talk and accidently brought into the University of
"Voluntary and illegiti commission to provide equip- locations, offenders may be vegetables, pasture grasses potential as a commercial tour of the Dupont mining this country. Within a few Florida. Florida Division of
mate" dumps around the ment and operators and the prosecuted, added county and other crops are green andwill variety for us. operation that was arrangedby short years all American Forestry and the U.S. Forest
county will be cleaned up as a Health Department for equip- attorney Dudley Hardy. do a lot of growing as soon Ralph Bryan. Mr. Muir, Chestnuts were destroyed, Service. A statewide field
Starke-Bradford County ment and sanitary help as our night-time Mr.'J.T. Wainwright, chief environmentalist, gave us a leaving the eastern hardwood check has been carried out by
In other action, the Cham- good overview of the methods
Chamber of Commerce JJro- temperatures approach 65 of the Lawtey Community
forests with a void to be filled. the County ,
ject in the near future president "What we need to do is ask ber of Commerce Board of degrees to 70 degrees F. Correctional Institute,gave us used to extract the titanium Sprouts from the old trees still inspecting seven randomly
Harold Davis reported at the people of the county to Governors authorized spon- Seems that most spring crops a good program and tour of minerals and also gave a but seldom freed selected plantations
come are per
the monthly luncheon meetingof 'rat' on people ere sorship of a little league team will not do much growing until that facility. We learned that detailed report of the land : the up disease. This area, luckily,
the Chamber Board of Governors they're not supposed to," and heard a report on traffic we get these warm nights no the center and community reclamation efforts of the showed county. no apparent increasein
on Thursday April 8 commented Bradford County and sewage problems at the matter what day-time have very few problems with company. Perhaps the 'Chinese the incidence of pitch
Judge Elzie Sanders at the county fair by Chamber exe- temperatures we have. inmates as they work from the Chestnut will provide a will do
As coordinator of the pro- April 8 meeting. cutive vice-president Bill Wil- center the last three to nine Their program of removing replacement for its diseased canker. Pathologists and field
ject. Davis has solicited aid son. Efforts are already being Cool nights are good, months of their prison the top-soil before mining, and American Cousin in the near extensive laboratory
from the Law ley Correctional Since the county has made to thwart such problemsat however, for strawberries. I sentence. then replacing the top-soil future. If a good percentage of studies to learn everything
Center work release adopted an ordinance fair Wilson have heard several possible about the disease ana
programto against next year's growerssay before seeding rye-grass and !the nuts germinate under the
provide labor the In non-authorized that have had ideal all their timeat its spread.As .
county dumping said. we Inmates spend bahia grass appears to be careful hands of: the Bradford
strawberry growing weather the center except the time very successful. Once, the Future Farmers of America I mentioned earlier, we
this year even though our total they are on the job. They are pasture is established, pine who are caring for !these don't seem to have this
strawberry production per required to pay the state for trees are planted and seem to future trees they will problem here presently. But it
editorial. acre so far has been below their keep and must save all of be making good growth. It eventually be planted inappropriate would still be a very good Idea
average. We are trying to their earnings except for $25 was reported that this locations for all timberland owners to
determine what has caused per week spending money. reclamation effort is costing throughout" this area. They keep a real close eye on the
this below normal production.Some There are many more about $1,000.00 per acre.I will be distributed through health of their trees. This is

Dump The DumpersOne of the reasons we have interesting aspects to this was proud to show these FFA and 4-H members to be always a good practice but it
discussed are late setting due program that are good. I'm agents a cross-action of our planted next winter. A special is especially important right
sure Mr. Wainwright and his county. It reminded me that If do spot an
to a shortage or availability of thanks goes to FFA advisors now. you
staff would answer any we have a lot of good activity and abnormal number of trees
plants, and setting plants with! Paul Hutchins Greg
swallow may not a summer and other junk is being illegally dumpedby small crowns, and plants of question you might have at around us that is sometimes Alvarez for their help in this that have a poor appearance,
make, but apparently one load of trash local citizens in NO DUMPING areas. poor quality. A cold winter any time. unnoticed or unappreciated. project. give me a call.

dumped by the roadside continues to Apparently when one starts throwing and late set plants doesn't ..1Pictured e

grow and grow, as others follow suit, garbage in a certain spot, others figure allow enough time for the N + '. lee I. .I M+

until a miniature garbage dump is estab-- they might as well join in. Such actions the strawberry crowns and plant potential to develop-for atP

lished to become a sanitary hazard and of course, are punishable by fine and berry production for our

an unsightly smear on the landscape.Two even imprisonment.So harvest season.

examples of unofficial garbage far only one of the county's proposed The good growing season

dumps are shown in these photographs.One system of garbage collection cen- has enabled growers to .
harvest of the biggest -
some e+x
is located on Market Road between ters has been placed in operationthe and best strawberries I have \ aaxp w.MN r wws.wneaa., .rtlwtyeae.ntla a.r.-n'wv txr, r,n. y ; -

U.S. 301 and Highway 16, and the otheron one east of Lawtey but four others are ever seen. I hope you have had i"tt

Alexander Road between 301 and planned, at Brooker, Hampton Bayless yourthib of these luscious:

Highway 100.According Highway, and Starke as soon as suitable year.

sites can be secured. In the meanwhile County Extension Agents
to its latest news letter, the citizens are asked to cooperate by carry- from the eight Northeast

Chamber of Commerce now plans to do ing their trash and garbage to Florida counties had a good
meeting and tour through
something about this unsavory situa-
established .
County week.
tion. A project approved at the last
We stopped at a strawberry
Board of Governors meeting provides for order to assist the Chamber of farm, the Lawtey Community e e 'F +

coordinating a joint effort with the Commerce in this project citizens are Correctional Center, and the

County Department of Sanitation, the asked to notify the office, phone 964- Dupont Mining operation near

County Commission, and the Lawtey 5278, of the location of these unsightlyareas. Lawtey.

Community Correctional Center to clean There are many others aroundthe The Agents were quite

up many of these unsightly areas that county in addition to the ones pic- production interested and in strawberry I tried to

exist in our county. tured here. They are certainly no assetto answer several questions on

the areas where they exist and are a varieties, cost of production,
This trash, garbage, old appliances blight as well on the entire county. labor requirements and the
strawberry situation in
general. I apologized for
taking them to a field that had
We just been sprayed and they
i AgreeThe
were unable to walk down the Bradford Guard Commander Surrounded By Local Beauties
rows and sample some of
those big, delicious
following letter to the editor appearing are seeking legal solutions that will end berries. ripe in this old photo In those days the Guard unit "large delegation of ladies delivered "a very neat little

in a recent issue of a daily news- this harassment. graph is Capt. R.C. Heibergerof was not housed in a modern and gentlemen" and Mayor address" congratulating the
paper, deserves to have the widest pos- They asked several the Bradford County armory,such as Starke boasts Sweat welcomed the boys in a men for having gained the
sible circulation, and we are willing to do "Currently we are contemplatingtraps questions about the Florida- Guards, with a bevy of early today. There was only a short speech and invited Capt. good graces of "so noble a
to hang on to the culprits until an Belle variety that is new in our Starke beauties all dyked out makeshift meeting place Heiberger and his company to band of ladies," and compli
our bit by devoting to it in edi- I told them that
our area. we were
space animal control officer can take overbut for some patriotic occasion in upstairs over a livery stable at "repair to HemmingwayHall" menting them on their tho-
torial column. It concerns the everpresent still evaluating this variety the early 1890's. Apparently the corner of Call and Thompson where a banquet rough knowledge of military
problem of dogs whose owners let we hesitate to hurt the animal whodoesn't and can't tell at !the present the girls were members of an Street the location awaited them. Col. J.T. Wills tactics.DQ4aDiJn .

them become public nuisances, destroy know better. The owners who auxiliary or drill team con- !occupied by Stump's Store for
ing the property and disturbing the DO know better are the ones who shouldbe 3 City Pension nected with the Bradford many years.

of their made to suffer. County Guards1 who were the Later that year The Tele-
peace neighborhoods.The Board MembersAre the present graph carried an account of a OQPiJOD
"Do that some Solomon National Guard. warm "welcome home" party
letter you suppose
: "As Natural
says a Dog Sworn In
come forth with a legal solution that given in honor of the Guards I
Lover I am fast becoming disillusioned. may Pictured from left to right WIlliam Haas
their return from an
:Many of our neighbors have dogs andthat's will rid us of these pests and still" main- Newcomer Freeman (standing), are Misses Annie encampment upon at Ocala. elcrns Service OHice-:
relations? Matthews, Annie Markley
tain good neighborly Register III plus incumbent
o.k. with us. An occasional bark Winnie Farmer Ida Witkov- The condition of the buildingwas
members. Councilman
ing at night is not too disturbing (unless We wish we could answer the writer's ski, Capt. Heiberger, Myrtle so bad in those days that
prolonged and incessant), but what but don't think the answer Vernon Silcox and Mayor Martin. Nina Richard, Alva The Telegraph commented in While the Veterans honorable dischargedveterans'
question we Commissioner Charles its issue of Sept.22, 1893: "The Administration is the primary with 100 per cent
bothers is Johns and Gertie Meacham.
really me when in violation of ,
lies in some all-wise Solomon. It lies in Schaefer were sworn-In walls of the Guard's armoryare federal agency for serving service-connected disabilitiesand
(from' left) Lula
the leash law these roving animals tear the consideration or lack of consider- Tuesday, April 13, for new Kneeling McDonald. Ethelind Richard, cracked in several places former members of the their dependents and

up a carefully planted garden and use ation of the dog- wner for the property terms on the pension trustee Gertie Wills, Lucia Sharp, and. as a precautionary mea- nation's armed forces, a unmarried widows.
our grounds as a public relief stationour -- rights of others. As long as this con- board of the City of Starke. Hattie Wills, Maude Baisden, sure, Capt. Heiberger has number of veterans benefitsand -Preference in Federal Civil
love is to the acid test. and decided to abandon the use of services are available of Service employment,
put sideration is lacking, we will have to put Mary Sapp.
Register local Gulf Oil It, awaiting repairs. In the other government sources. incluidng points added! to
"We retire early, and since these up with the nuisance of marauding dogs distributor, is the member The building background meantime, the weekly drills This Dist includes passing scores in competitive
and barking dogs unless we go to court will take place in the street. examinations, waivers of
the House
creatures devastate during the night we required on pension board ls the old Kentucky
have little opportunity to identify them. against a "public nuisance," and most who has no connection with! hotel that stood on East Call The train that brought them FHA Home Mortgage physical I requirements
Because the people seem to prefer to suffer in silence the city. He replaces Blake Street. back to Starke was met by a Insurance up to a maximum restriction of certain jobs to
garden damage and the rather than resort to due process of lAw.QCi Jackson who moved from of $45,000. A minimum cash veterans, preference for
mess on our lawns is considerable, we Starke. investment is required: ten retention in case of reduction
per cent of the dwelling's of certain jobs to veterans,
Other members on the Crosby to Head Demo Group value between $25,000 and preference for retentio* In
_oRtD,4 board are Utilities $33,000 and 15 percent of the case of reductions in force,
Superintendent George value above 35000. The and similar advantageous

p i Graudons, Jimmy Crosby of Starke was re-elected treasurer. maximum Interest rate is 8 procedures for veterans, their
Kt fitp4BOB utilities representing the was elected chairman of the Crosby was re-elected State and a hall percent plus a unremarried widows and
system, and
wuwrO Chief Bradford County Democratic Committeeman and Ann mortgage insurance premium mothers of deceased veterans
Jimmy Bowen
o representing the Executive Committee at the Godwin was reelected State of: one-half of one per cent.
c> employeesThe city'sgeneNl annual' election': of officers: Commit teewoman.. -A government guarantee of: -Preference in referratj* to
-') G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER held last Thursday night. the premiums and interest training programs in privateor
ION Publishers Crosby alao holds the office of Jay Ellis, Jr. 'was introduced due on eligible commercial public schools and for,:wi-
five-member board is. State Democratic Committeeman as a new member-at- the-job training. j
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. charged with administering from this county. large of the county com- life insurance policies not
under Actof March 3. 1679.Subscription. the city's pension mittee. exceeding $10,000 in any -Social Security credits

rate in trade area: .6 per year: 13.SO six months. Currently, 10 former plan.city :Other officer elected a'tab' The retiring Jhairrrum of the Individual case for two years toward monthly retirement,
Outside trade area: 17 per year: 4.00 six months. employees are drawing time wer;V5 rrte-Odom. 'cochairman > committee is dry Andrews,, after discharge.- inability and survivors
Phone 964-6305 Starke Fla.i \ Vernon dlin, -Unlimited benefits are available! to
retirement according to City ; who has filled the office for' mmiuary and qualified veterans and their
Clerk Merrill Edwards. secretary; and Sylvia Reddish many years. post exchange privileges for families.

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102 E. Brownlee 964-7721 Land transactions filed during Largest transaction for the Reno subdivision from purchased two parcels in Thomas sold lot 18 of Sampson purchased property;
the month of March month of March was the sale William and Ruth Powell for Lawtey from Eugene and Lake Shores, unit one. to south of SR-229 and I
of two located SR- $2,000. Betty Lou Shaw for and Alma Poynter for lying
totalled $647,398 up considerably parcels on 10000. Harry North of SR-235 in S33, TSS.
No other process cleans carpet 10 thoroughly.The from the February, total 21 near Keystone Heights in Roy and Annie Dewberrysold Orion and Sally Mae Jarriel $3,000. K21E from Allen and Deloris
Tr. of$413,264 with sales amount Bradford County from R.C. a parcel of land locatedS29 sold lots 21-25 of block three in Raymond and Mary Sorreis J JJ.W.
wox Hydro-Mitt carpet cleaning system Fields for 34000.
ing to $1,416,277 for the first and Rose Gardner to James T6S, R22E, to Richard Santa Fe Shores to Donald E. purchased a parcel of land Jane Gask
Is the preferred process for safe' truly effectivecleaning. quarter of 1976.PRICE and Lucille Tiller for $102,000, and Rebecca Roberts for Bish for 11000. located S31, T6S, R22E from and Myrtle +is
.; Available 'for rental at Mary Carter according to tax stamps $5,000. James and Shirley Gaskins Walter Williams and Sons, sold two parcels of 6.76 acrjes|
located in S25 T5S.R2fEand
Paints, 102 E. Brownlee, Starke, Florida affixed to Warranty Deeds in Herbert and Barbara Lindsay purchased property located Inc., for 14000. each Arthur
the vault of the Circuit Court purchased lot two of block 525, T5S, R21E from J.W. and Betty Rogers and Linda S25. TSS, tor
Clerk. eight in the town of Lawtey Myrtle Gaskins for $20,000. Frankhouser purchased lots and Peggy Gaskins
All Mary Carter Paints Foot Long Steak SandwichThe Other transactions during west of the railroad tracks William and Alice Cone sold two and four of block 19, original $40,000. Strickland I
Biggest Steak Sandwichin March 1976 include: from Nancy S. Eunice trustee; lots five and six of Unit three Town of Starke, from David and Cheryl
1O% Discount Bradford County for $1.15 Frank and Melba Ilgen solda joined by' Nancy Norton, Indian Beach, to Harry andLeta Walter and Josephine purchased property;
Off Regular: All-the-Way. parcel of land located S24 Charles Norton and Alan Townsend for $27,333. Brunosky for $17,000. located S35, T6S, R22E from
Price FOR CASHNot Checks TBS, R22E, to Leland and North for $8,000. Franklin and Dorothy Flare J.T. and Nettie Ruth Kirk- Sigmund and Ann Figlock for
) You've You'l1likeitfPOWELL'S got to try it Evelyn Brailler and Gray H. Myrtle H. McKinney sold vey purchased a parcel of land land sold lots three, four and $22,6R6.
WE MEET ALL ADV. JAX. PRICES Roberts for $3,500. property on Julia Street in located Sao! T7S, R22E from 11 of block 30 in Livingston, Samuel and Virginia located Spencer S29-,
Izell and Zellouise Mont Starke to the City of Starke for Oval and Bertha Moore for Truby and Company's sold property
DAIRY FREEZEU.S. gomery purchased lots 2, 3, 10000. $15,000. addition to Town of Starke for T7S, R21E to Kenneth and I.
.301 N.'""-6567 and 6 of block 18 or North James and Edith Eunice George and Annie Lue $24,000. June Manning for $30,000.
Virginia Sikes purchasedtwo ; Ii
parcels or property in .

;:iii .. ,. Llwa SUPER DISCOUNT: COUPON; Jimmy Woodlawn Gaskins near Lawtey for $10,400.from I I

," t ( : CLOROX BLEACH\\ parcels Gaskins in Woodlawn also sold including two- '
441 lot 33 of section 19 plus the
.S' OFFGRISCO I ONE 39 (1111111.\1! II south of lots 38-42 to Lane
Gaskins for 32200.
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I I OFF WITH THIS COUPON AT PANT",MtlDI Oft Q d froze,WID APfttL AI,T P UWCD Joseph and Sheila Hagan
.AfHtll Af./Al 11.TOP, lACM CENTS: Off COUPON WITH A7 BO OK purchased 22 acres of
wool FOOD D D.N.TCWACCO PflOOUCTft IXCLUDIO. .J property located S20 T7S,
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FA IRSUPERMARKETS Spencer for 24000.
I SHORTENING I James and Shirley Andrewssold
SUPER DISCOUNT COUPON!: lot 19 of Golfview Estatesto

3 LBCAN DOZEN'I Bobo Lenwood for $3,000Richard and, Elizabeth
I 99 I P. Riebsam purchased -
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THRUM W"Nno.oeouOOM AT MNTft*PftlOi' 0"0.0".0 WID AVMIL>1 TMHU 5400.
320 SOUTH MOfll POOO OMMfl.TOBACCO PRODUCTS IXCLUDID .J Alice and Gloria Boree solda
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LOTS OF property located at Lake and
State Streets in Lawtey to
CHUCKSTEAK Pork LoinCHOPS Robbie L. Fowler for 5000.
Michael and Rose Bryan
purchased a parcel of land
3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS located in S24 TBS,H21 E from
1 3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS Gerald and Juanita Brantleyfor
William and Imogene Lewis
FLORIDA sold lot 13 of Smoke rise Subdivision -
GOVT. 5 LB PREMIUM to Robert and (Florence
GRADE OR Chastain for $3,000.
GEORGIASHIPPED Larry and Janice Girton
CORN FED LB purchased lots 4-6 of block five
in Santa Fe Shores from
James and Nina Robinson for

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Union Fire Fighting Problems Discussed

RAIFORD A long discussion never returned to the fire Providence Community Fire Control District with the equipment they now have.
on the problems of fire scene," Prokop said.
fighting problems locally and City officials explained that M
In Union County were discussed as they left the fire the prison
at great length at the fire department arrived with
monthly meeting of the City some water and were under a'-
II I Council here Monday, April the Impression that there was
I 12. enough water to fight the fire "
I The council Invited representatives Dan Alvarez asked Prokop q f
wr ? of the Union County if he had made a statement
v v eBMSStudentw Volunteer Fire Department, that was printed in an article
t City of Lake Butler Fire in an area newspaper that his +

Department, and County department would answer
.. Commissioners Gerald Griffis calls except In Raiford and
,. and Paul Riherd to attend the Lake Butler. .
./ meeting. Prokop emphatically denied Kd
: Joseph Schretzman acting that he made the statement.He IT
as spokesman for the County said his department would
I Fire Department based in handle all calls especially in
Providence said that when the unincorporated areas of :r
the volunteer program was the county.
Build Castles started several years ago with Lake Butler Fire Chief 0 B.
These radford county funds to establish the Dukes said that he was glad
students not In air but In dass. Diane
are building castles the ,
8lzler. Richard Trainor."ckle fire program, It was planned that the fire problems were
Carver und .
Carrie and
and craft
front Scot
Fischer Tommy
Powell proved their constructive to establish four volunteer brought out in the open at the
tolent'ln a recent two-\\l'l'k project: undertaken In lIardwlck Tay-
lor' sixth grade world history class. units serving the county from meeting with the differences
Providence, Raiford Lake exposed.He .
Butler, and Worthington said his department will
Springs.He help in all emergencies when LIr i
City Eyeing
''ft7 +t pointed out that Worthington called for assistance by other iP.L, ... .. fo,. .
Springs Is the only city fire departments. I.. .
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that does not have "We want to assist all the t' .
presently a { .. '.
Spray System fire department In the county.To people of the county Including '; --'rI.H
illustrate his point he asked Raiford, Lake Butler and ".-:. 7 'k 'f:,. ."' ...r't _... ;.4'.1.. ..;'

a Fire map Chief which Ron shows Prokop the to number show. Prokop Worthington said. Springs" i .,:,;.. '-..-....."//.1.' ....!:,.P:.:"'','.....:......... ......,- ."1i .f...,,.'_10 .-."'Lt;...It.Hj" .. -
For Effluent -- '.,(. '.., ...... ,. "' ..=' .. \J..s ,.t'"': ".".'.. .. ..... '
of calls handled by the The council discussed the .. .. '' ....".1t.... '.''' ;.r.' '. ": .:: ,,,..Jt.:. Union County fire fire problems for most of the ) .v'4" .
depart- ... l V.i.-r": ...'
Moving toward compliance ment. The map showed most balance of the meeting after '.---r.r":2: ._. .'. .-;..",."......,;, .. ........_ ..'.0..., ..... .....".1_;.{,n.'..,.' .;,.._. ,"..., ,
with state requirements on of the calls were In the south- the visitors left. No action was
Starke's sewage disposal eastern part of Union County taken by the council after
system by the July 1978 which is in the vicinity of the Mayor Griffis showed the Rep.Fuqua Presents Flog To County
deadline the Starke City Worthington Springs area. other councilmen a petition
Council Tuesday night "We are not going to get a that Monday night had 150 County Tall Collector J.R. Kelly and Elections Supervisor!\ina Flynn look on as H..p. })on Fuqua
authorized its engineers to well trained fire service in all signatures on It from residents presents to the county a nag which has flown over the capitol. County Commissioner lIalt'll"aullt
contact landowners of the cities in the county If we of the City of Raiford and Col. Harry Hatcher of Starke help to unfurl the nag which will now fly over the county- courthouse .
property south of Starke chop up the operation into asking the Union County Commission on US-301.Congressman Fuqua presenting each of the 21 counties he represents "Ith II nag
concerning spray Irrigation separate operations. I hope no to take some action on which has flown over the natlon's capitol. The 13-lItar Betsey Ross nag which banked In the
Ewa" systems on their property politics is involved:' Schretz- the county fire situation. Capltol's shadow March 11, Is a symbol 01"renewl'd faith In our country" Hep. Fuqua ,.11'x. In liNking -
Bill Armentraut man said Griffis said the petition will be that the flag be placed permanently over the county urthouse.
Ij 'ri representing Bessent, Council President Lee presented at the May 4 meeting .
Hammock and Ruckman the Braillier laid he admires the of the commission.He PRICE SLASHING
3 Local
city's sanitary engineersn said ambitions of the county volun- asked the council if It Students Among EXTRA\\GA'iiZ\' :
the spray system was the only teers and their success but would care to pass a resolu- Foot Long Steak SandwichThe '
iilaf I, BT IS Ijanf! FilIHf'f! For TV method of disposing of disagrees with the location of tion supporting the proposals Biggest Steak Sandwich
effluent from the sewer plant the fire department in Provi- but the council took no action 8 Finalists In Youth Tour l way County forSUS.
that was economically dence. but may do so In a special .
Bradford :Middle'School eighth( grader: Robert \liIam: seems feasible. At present effluent Schretzman said it Is not meeting to be called prior to Daria Jean Christopher and Christopher of Starke. Briar is
unaware of the T\ cameras filming hi'l performance In the Is being released Into important where the fire the next county commission Briar patray of Bradford the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. You've got to try it
school band last Tuesday aftt'rnoun.liIam: Ion of 1)r. and :\Irs. Alligator Creek, but the department is based but good meeting. County High and Bill Hemmeof James patray of Lake Geneva You'll like lit!
J.n. Minesinger, captured the interest of Indt'pt'ndl'nU-syndl. Department of communication with all units The major proposal offered Union County High are and Hemme is the son of Mr. I
catt"cl "Kid'R orld" producers when :\1iI0Im war pictured during Environmental: Regulation will make the difference. by Griffis was to consider the among eight finalists in the and Mrs. David Hemme of POWELL'S DAIRY FREEZE: .
the \"aldusta Stale "olll'g.'s music camp last summt'r. The has ordered this practice to Mayor J.D Griffis said "we abolishment of the Union Clay Electric Cooperative's Ha if ord. U.S. 30L :N.96-1-6517
photo which circulated 011 associated Press wires led to this cease by July 1978 because of wish that every community County Fire Department Youth Tour to Washington
filming by the "hrl'n'l Company for airing!/:: In St'ptl'mbpr. ('am. pollution danger to Rowell and have what you people are turning the responsibility over contest. I
t'raman Phil tbrecht 011 left indicated the show, hosted and Sampson Lakes.Armentrout doing but we can't afford it" to the three municipalities Finalists were announced
narrated by children would either b. seen 011 II Saturday or said the The subject of a fire that together with the state agen- Wednesday April 14. by the PUBLIC AUCTION
Sunday night between alltlS p.m. :\Iilam. In his third year playing discussions with landowners occurred behind Union Correctional cies of U.C.l. and R.M.C. and Coop's General Manager
the tuba for the middle school band war awarded a .ill l'.S. would be the first step toward Institution near Rai- the Division of Forestry. E.T. Martin after a panel of Public auction every Saturday night.miles N. of Key.
Savings Bond for cooperation with the release.Legislllture a spray irrigation system and ford several weeks ago was Other proposals Include: judges graded essays stone Heights on Hlway :n. We also have a sale every
would involve property brought up. The question of -Relocating headquarters submitted by contestants Wed night The Wed night auction III for all/the people
owners in the area south of the why it took the county so long of the U.C. Fire Department throughout the county with consignments we don.t have time for on S.turday.
.. 1'H..e! Bill '\lIu"in sewage disposal plant. He said to respond to the fire was to a city, preferably Lake service area.
a minimum of 225 acres would asked. Butler. Four There will be lots Df Mexican. pottery new household
Ads ertising or 1 E:) egluss! I'riees" he needed. Schretzman said when the -Enter Into a contract with after an winners oral quiz will next be chosen month. Items, bread and some produce on our Wed.sales. If an
The effluent sprayed over truck got to Lake Butler that It the Division of Offender Interest Is shown It will be a regular consignment
the land would contain some received a dispatch on the Rehabilitation to furnish personnel Other finalists are Susan
A bill allowing advertising I. 19i6 has been approved by nitrogen and phosphorus radio from the Union County around the clock for Yocum of Santa Fe High, Nell Remember no consignment is too large or too small.
of eyeglass prices after June house and S.'nale'utl'S of the. Armentrout said and would .,Sherlfs Department asking fire. fighting services In the'' Stephenson ot Inter achen. Turn your household furniture end unused items Into
Florida Legislature. { : be good for fertilizing farm R them.to forget about az IJwer- county... ..!,,Bret 1\1.'"Brannon and Clndl Instant cash. Foe more Information call any time'' 473-
l'tearant hope crops or plantings of pine Ing the call. He said that after -Distribute equally to the Hester of Keystone Heights 3621.
:Methodist Itp Ivai Without debate, the House trees. He added that effluent 10 minutes or so they checked three organized fire depart- High and Patricia Fortson of
The Pleasant Hop.ll'thl: )- voted unanimously. III'J-O, to from the plant will be treated It out further and decided that ments In the county any funds Orange Park. Bill Lewis
dist Church three miles North approve the once controversial and held for seven days before they needed to go to the scene that the county commission Daria Jean Is the daughter Owner 8 Auctioneer
on US.301.Aill hold a revival measure The Senate also being released in the spray of the fire.Schretzman. wishes to allocate for fire pro- of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
beginning May 2 at 73O P m. approved the bill unanimously system and the chance of any said altogether tection.
With Evangelist Rev Luther ) I 40.0. on the opening odors or health problems with the delay it took -Distribute equally to the
Alford. clay of the session. would be "\'ery slim." approximately 35 minutes to three fire departments funds I
Public is invited to altem! Armentrout said the city respond to the call which he being received from stale and .
had the alternatives of buying said is pretty good. federal revenue sources. i I

q the property or leasing it for "We had a problem when we organize their services into a I
10e10AJONirOI spray purposes, but added asked the Raiford Fire
ftn that ht' did not think the city Department to get some more -Supervise and assist the
would want to go Into the water for the fire, but they citizens of Providence toMrl. .

t I i "farming business" by buying ,- - -". r.. ________ /
- - - - -
the land. I

!& property In his owners discussion Armentrout with I Fish

!. p- Choose Here From said he would explain all .
;; : phases of the irrigation j
Favorite Colors and pointing out the 1
:- system &It FLORIDA'S i
benefits to their farming or COME VISIT N. E.
Varieties. forestry operations.In J

\. :- IN BUD & BLOOM set its othl'r regular action meeting, the on council May Hwy 16 702 E. Brownlee LARGEST WESTERN STORE!

7 -I as the time for discussion
1 Gal. Size
and decision workman's Roo"
on Everything Western..AII Under One
ContainersReg. $327 compensation insurance plans Mullet

131111 developed by George Roberts Trout t WESTERN WEAR
and Gerald Brown local j c. RIDING EQUIPMENT
insurance agents. 1 tC Men's Ladies i Children
Brown was present at Red Fish and TACK
TuesddY's meeting andoCfl'red ANIMAL HEALTH
Quality Name rand3
House a one-year contract
under a fixed premium of j 1 .. __ ...t:. PRODUCTS

LARGE SELECTION $19.237 1ft' said this was eight ....".te. by Leading Manufacturers BOOTS, BELTS
cent less than the

.:. ; \' .E YOUR CHOICE "per assigned risk" plan under Shrimp GUNS & HAND GUNS & HATS
which the city is now covered
Many Brands
; dk by Hoberts. The assigned risk I Fresh From AmmunItion Leading
':'ok: Reg ... premium IS $22.787, It was I. We accept .
3 7 said and this policy may be 'f Cedar Key Florida MASTER CHARGE
59' cancelled at any time If the I 249 WESTERN BANKAMERICARDBLANDING
city decide in favor of
IIrown's proposal. 264.3838
('ommISSloner Joe Warren I S peCu2o Church Clubs Etc BLVD.
said the city's labor force is Discounts : W.aLD''' Open Fri I, Hite
still tied up on the Highway 16 (State Rd. )
$40 OFF project and asked street till 1 9 pm

\\ \ department H. nicks if there superintendentS was any Mr. Fish B It Orange Park

Seen on T' 21" GRASSMASTER way he could project a rF
., schedule of work and inform
Kev-Lectric residents of Reno when a start ,

l' Model 20673 $29995 could be made on laying .
addition sewer lines In that
Reg. 133911S area. Hicks replied that his ON NOUTU as t
department should be able to
GUARDIAN John Brown's .MOfe.GMeox
21" start on some streets within ,,
Kev-Lectric the next 30 days.
Warren also said that he Which WouidKEYSTONE'Hr
Model 21711
would have some time after
the school term ends on June FLORN7A SA dy "
S ,,, 1
126911S$24995 11.and would like to spend one You Prefer
week with each city -,

department as a preliminary (4 ,,,,
to laying out an organizational

SAVE $30 On A WHIRLWIND chart budget for.mdking use as time a reference at

21" CUT SELF Mayor Commissioner
PROPELLED Charles Schaefer told him he
Model had the right to visit any -' -
'209" $17995Reg. department at any time.

K Registration !Iilll

O.IDA Students entering Bradford _" ..;:;'*:... ..I:""

:. 1ST GARDEN CENTER County Schools for the first .!'- ';'._. ,'.f.,:.'..:..... '.".._.:._. ... ...- .I'.._.,........ ,
time at the kindergarten or "" r---;:' ..:::':'.. ::"'. : '' '.:...'-': .
ONnOL first.grade level may register ; ..I': _: .... ; : .. .:;_:';' _..... .. .' ._- '''''' .. ..:XI-
539 E. Call St. .... ., -.. : ,';.. ........; __... -.fo .\1,
:May 3 7 in the appropriate '"':': :... # .. .- .- .... "...: ... .. _._.:....>Ji ... ....
Call 964.5745Home elementary school during the """ ...... _..-. .. ... .. -......-:.......- ._ oo.J.:4. : :

Crystal 5t Au Office us"e.River,, :8 Gaesvllle Palatka Tallahassee; ; Lake Fia Est City 1949 Starktf Also. Jacksonville In: Ocala regular child To must enter be school kindergarten fIVe years hours old on a WE ROOF DO COATINGS REPAIIIS I Wide Selection I Of 12 & 24 Wides I

or before January 1,1977. .

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14 TELEGRAPH April ZZ. 1911

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Community News By EUsahtth <"iv_ Wafter

The School Board of Bradford provided by Chapter 197,
County to requesting bids for Acts of 1974 Notice la hereby will Sealed be received bids and/or in the quotations office of Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. first and second Monday night services will conclude with members are asked to Service activity as follows:

cutting the grass at all school given that tangible personal property the Administrator Bradford Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will with rehearsal for the Young Sunday School at 10 a.m. cooperate with the Crusade at Friday night, April 23, there
plants for the period May 1, 1976 taxes assessed for the year County Hospital 922 East Call hold its regular meeting Adult Choir at 7:30.: Tuesday Mt. Moriah Weekly services Bethel. will be a Musical Talent

through October 31, 1976, to be 1375 are now delinquent and Street, P.O Box 1060, Starke, Thursday night. April 22. at 8 night in each week rehearsalfor begin with Prayer Antloch Rev. Dennis program presented at 8 p.m.
cut once per week during specified beginning April 1st such taxes Florida 32091 until 5.00 P.M. p.m. All members are askedto the Young Junior Choir at and Bible Class combine Strong pastor. Service Different Choirs will be

period. Principals should be are drawing Interest at 18 par May 20, 1976 for furnishing the please be present 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting each each Tuesday night at 7:30.: activity Thursday night appearing. Sunday services
I contacted by bidders for areas to cent per year plus the proportionate following supplies and/or services Wednesday night at 7:30.: Choir No. 1 rehearses the first Prayer Meeting each week. will begin with Sunday Schoolat
be cut. You may bid individual cost of publishing this o.b. the Bradford CHURCH NEWS Bible Study each Thursday Tuesday in each month. Choir Sunday School will begin 10 a.m. Morning service at
schools, or all schools. Sealed notice and delinquent cost. Unless County Hospital: Pleasant Grove and Mt. night at 7 p.m. Saturday night. No. 2 rehearses each first Sunday services at lOa.m. 11 a.m. Afternoon service at 4
bids must be In the Administration the amounts set opposite Bread and rolls Morlah United Church Parish April 24, there will be a Tuesday night before the third Morning Worship at 11 a.m. p.m. The public is Invited to
Office Bradford County each name below are paid Milk & Ice Cream Rev. Willie Stitt, pastor. musical at 7:30.: Everyone Is Sunday in each month. Three p.m. all members are all services.
School Board 582 North before the 1st day of May 1976 Eggs Weekly services begin each invited to attend. Sunday Sunday service will conclude asked to attend the Choir True Church of God In

Temple Avenue, Starke, by 1:00 warrants will be issued thereon Laundry & Linen with Sunday School at 9:30.: All Union at Putnam Hall.St. Unity Elder Sampson White
P.M., Friday. April 23 1976. and the Tax Collector will applyto Fuel OilPharmacy members are invited to attend John Missionary Baptist pastor. The District meetingwill

4/152tchg4/22 the Circuit Court for an order & Drugs the Fellowship Hour at 3 p.m. Church, Rev. Willie Huffman run April 29-May2. Elder
-------------- and seizureof White, assistant
directing levy upon Insurance New Bethel and Ebenezer pastor. Weekly services are as
SUPREME COURT OF THE the tangible personal propertyof Estimated needs or amountsare Baptist Churches Rev. Leroy follows: Sunday services will bishop, will preside. Everyoneis
STATE OF NEW YORK the taxpayers for unpaid available upon request from Davis pastor. Service begin with Sunday School at 10 invited to attend.
COUNTY OF MONROE taxes; penalties and additionalcost. the office of the Administrator. schedule as follows: a.m. Morning Worship at 11 Weekly services scheduledas
The name of delinquent The Bradford County Hospital t\ New Bethel weekly services a.m. Weekly services will follows: Monday night

SYLVESTER GRIFFIN Plaintiff, personal property taxpayers and Corporation reserves the right to begin Monday night with a begin with Monday noon Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
against LEUGUENER JACKSON the amounts of taxes includingthe reject any and all bids and/or Youth Evangelist Crusade Prayer Band. Wednesday at night Terry service. Bible
GRIFFIN, Defendant. cost of advertising are the quotations or to waive any minor April 19.25. Everyone is 5:30: Prayer Meeting, and Study Friday night. Sunday
first month's penalty and technicality or informality in the 1 Now-get invited. Sunday services will Bible Study combined. services II begin with

Plaintiff designates Monroe delinquent cost are as follows: bids or quotations received. real heavy duty begin with Sunday School at Thursday night (tonight) Sunday School at 10 a.m.

County as the place of trial. The l 9:30: Morning service at 11 Choir rehearsal. Also Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
base of the venue is Plaintiffs A & K Feed Store 160.68 Bradford County performance In a a.m. at 3 p.m. The Fellowship Thursday night the Pastor and Young People Union at 430.:
residence. Ace Pallet Company 174.41 Hospital Corporation I-Inch shock absorber! Hour will be held. All congregation will render Church of God In Christ
Ace VW Garage 19.14 4/22 4tchg 513INVITATION churches are invited to service at Mecadonia Freewill Elder D.R. Williams, pastor.
141) Available only at American Parts-a
SUMMONS WITH NOTICE Adams, Gene D. 70.45 1 ) quality shock absorberwith cooperate with the Fellowship Baptist Church in Lawtey on Tuesday night Weekly
Plaintiff resides at 21 Morgan Andrews, C.E. Mrs. 6.09 .------------- premium heavy-duty valuing for greater activity Installation activity services started with Bible

Street. Rochester New York, Associated So. Millwright 226.05B fide control and more ride comfort There will be no services at ML Zion A.M.E. Church Band at 7 p.m. Friday night

County of Monroe. & B Garage 51.66 TO BID under normal driving conditions. Ebenezer Sunday All Rev Richard Bethel ,pastor. Prayer Meeting and Pastorial
Bennett Wayne & Keith 15.39 Teaching Sunday School at
The Board of Guaranteed lor as long as you ownyourcar'
ACTlONFORA Bill's, CB Radio 75.74 County 9:30. Morning Worship at
DIVORCETo Boyd Janitorial Service 9.70 Commissioners of Bradford ft Profvasional I 11:30.: YPWW at 5:30.: Evening
County will
the above named Defendant Bradford Engineering to be opened receive at 10:00 sealed: A.M.bids. I"" 40"V FtIavlIy/ Worship at 7:30.: The public is
Co. Inc. 38.38 I 'n"im" '00.not"included invited to attend.
LEUGUENER JACKSON May 3, 1976 In the Carpet: Cleaning
County .
Bright & Son Concrete 17.72. ,$$1 .* .t'lPmt*l lu'e'Mn..O"' >ftotbortinioodaqinfttdcltfcli :
Commissioners Room at the '' '' 'r>d ...rout,
You are hereby summoned to Bright Liquors 11.17 Courthouse for the 1l ''an le den"your car Ptitiwni'tai Greater Allen Chapel
28 10 following: '" (m rcpiftconwn' ) 964-8596 Free Estimate
Brown, Glen &Shirley A.M.E. Church Rev, R.G.
serve a notice of appearance, on 1 70( Horse Power Wheel\ '*' irutiNrition nul included
8.27 / ( (III
Herbert E. 1 Service
the Plaintiff's Attorneyls) within Brown, tractor and 1 Offset Disc MVM) Heastie pastor.
Brumbaugh Raymond 116.63 HOUSTON'SGULF Steam Or schedule as follows: Weekly
20 days after the service of this
14.95 Harrows Heavy Duty. Complete AMEJKAN POSTS Discount and
Bruno Arthur \O % services Prayer Meeting
summons, exclusive of the day specifications be SHOCK ABSOHWHS Shampoo
may picked
56.89 up
Carlwood Interiors Class Meeting each Tuesday
of service (or within 30 days at the Clerk's Office. SERVICE
Coopers Nursery & 7 Rehearsal for the
after the service is complete if night p.m.
Landscape Co. 156.25 Senior Choir Tuesday night
this is not personally SAVE
delivered to you within the StateOf Crawford Mitchell G. 14.82 Gilbert S. Brown 666 N TEMPLE 964-7153 SAVE before the first and third

New York); and in case of Demps, Robert Et AI 46.83 4'222tch94/29 Clerk Bring This Ad for *t off of/ *S or more purchase at this location 4/22 429SAtfl Sunday at 8 p.m Choir
Fruit Market c/o Adult
your failure to appear judgment Downing rehearsal for Young
will be taken against. you by James Griffis 15.66 Choir each Wednesday night
default for the relief demanded Food & Scat 109.29 before the second and fourth

In the notice set forth below.Dated ,(, Forsyth Vasco 3.18 ,fl.: E laDLE Sunday. Sunday services will
February 4, 1976.; Forsyth. William Vasco Jr. 2.89 YI' t tint. b begin with Sunday School at 10
Lee 4.33Gay's 1J"ri1: I coals
HURST & KING, Attorneyls) for Fraiser Mary err a.m. Morning Worship at 11
Home Appliance 94.66 64 Vera Aunvesiau At 3 all membersare
Plaintiff Office and Post Office a ROIIOI. a.m. p.m.
Address: 130 Powers Building Griffis Purvis 22.((17 .j asked to attend the
Gulf Service Station Hour at New
Rochester, New York 14614. Fellowship
NOTICE: The objeCt of this c/oEdScheyder 17.56 Bethel Baptist Church.
action is to obtain a judgment of Hall.Jack 13.34 Card of Thanks
divorce dissolving the marriage Hdmpton General Store 62.66 DOLLAR We would like to thank each

between the parties on the Hawkins, Carl R. 189 40 AY one of our many neighborsand
ground of abandonment Hayes E.A. 18 46 friends for the comforting

The relief sought is, A jUdgment Homes Interstate of acts of kindness shown duringour
Lawtey, Fla Inc. 140.51 recent bereavement for
of absolute divorce favorof

the the bonds plaintiff dissolving of matrimony in forever Jones Johnson Keystone Gareth, Bertha Paints F. & 15 7.81 98 3 8 eG.DAYS: THURSDAY. SATURDAY! greatful.the prayers.food flowers We are cards deeply and

between the parties in this
action. Wall covering 5878 s FRIDIf1ND Signed: Mrs. Ollie Mae
4/8 3tp 4/22 Klip-N-Kurl 49 33 -- .4 s YOU'D EXPECT Ei1'1. Cummmgs, wife of Mr. Author

-------------- Kwik Car Wash 18898 22% TOP MAKER DRESS C. Cummings
Lee, Herman J. 957
LEGAL Lee, Johnnie A. Sr. 609
First Born Church ol the
Allen 402 06 luilf.Dmllll FOR $10 TO'14
I will not be responsible for Lewis aqy ) Living God. Elder S.V.
Jebts made Long Distributing Co. 41 15
any by anyone other
than McConnell. N.C. Jr. 609 Icy I 1 Cohens, pastor. Weekly
_5r a 2$7:; follows
myself.DaudeW. services as : Tuesday
Owen, Sr. Mllsaps, Joe L. 6.09Morrow's .. -. r
night Prayer Meeting
Automotive 2856
I .
-------------- Motel Starke 301 WAS 2/3.41 UIIT.IUS V lint It II GIN 11 COM Al cull I Wednesday night. Terry
: NOTICE APPLICATION :t1.., ra hrf Uki teal Aa brio b *n service-'Each: Saturday there
c/o Don Holt 2334 4 $1WER rttM
," FOR TAX DEED New Method Cleaners 56 B9 55sl.low trot 1st sty!. CMtirt art (lit will be a fund raising, selling
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, New River Ranch Inc. 84 21 Rom 1lJ,4C" tin pwi ft tftmM. U titK"IMrlct activity. All members are

that T.W. TATUM the holder of Newman, Albert J. 23.54 Disposable SHE f s 1.42w uMCMtf. asked to please cooperate withit
the following certificates has 181x for success.
Newman Ronald E. Jr. 145.74
filed sad certificates for a tax Reddish. Gary 30 47 Lighter a 4 50124% Sunday, April 25,
deed to be issued thereon. The Misisonary Barbara Cohens is
Riddle. G. Wayne 1846 Oncount H:
certificate numbers and years of Saunders Wm. 137.48 $ UD DISCOUNT PtlCt WAS Ml' Z1 p $ presenting "Women Color,"

nuance, the description of the Shi Smith Bee. Ser. 7.85 SUE 14" i Price Was M/ X M'S WESTERI Him II f.SAdjustable at 3:30.: Sunday services will
property and the names in Slade, Truby C. 43.92St. Butane N I/EIIlIt1ENlI1MILL WIRt JMJ.JJTtrs begin with Sunday School at
which is was assessed are as .John Richard 4.10 SALON r+r Flame Large Fuel .,: Ifl I lltvil M 100H Cft I l STPETCI nu MI 10:30: a m. Morning Worship
follows: Standard Station, c/o/ VILE HUCI ..i Capacity, Quick, a tot ANN rn hut art tick win TEARY UIIRIII at 11:30.: Women in Color at
Certificate No. 11. Herman Lee 10.00 SANITIZES ors_ Sim MIIL 3:30.: Y.P.C.W. 6 p m. Evening
Year of Issuance: 1974. Starke Builders c/o easy Lights! Worship at 7:30: p m.
Description of Property: W14 Carl Lamar Johns 328.64 2 01 wl,; Everyone is invited to

of Lot 53 in Woodlawn. Sec. 15, Starting Land Gearing 1,133.57 WAS 1A SAYE 21X EIYE 1/% ti! +rk L i attend.
5 22. =
Twp. -S, R
Starling S.T. Jr. 1423
Name which
MADELINE in EDWARDS.assessed: Stubbs William E. 8.99 J SlVE 32% SELFSTICKVIRTL ep$1 LASMHKl; AD It.\TKS:
Thorpe, Jim 15.39 1I"W R
All of
said in
property being '
the County of Bradford, State of Tilton. John 100.44 rUSTIC COATED __ DISCOUNT pmcc WAS l/4rtT Deadline for I Insertion
Tyson Alphonso 3.18 w IRIOiE OR POKER 3$1
7F luesdd Noon
Florida. ; FIRESIDE ANIMAL CMCKEIS.OtTMCU. ) preceding
Underwood Motel Lj
rumia GIRDS
Unless such certificate or c/o 73.34 / WAS 3/1.81 ISST 01 CHJCO Thursday before publication
Mary Buby rwEAt
certificates shall be redeemed 4'R$1
Wade, Robert 23.54
law :Minimum Charge lj.00(
according to the property
Waters Norman & Anne
described in such certificate or WfT ( (Covers 15 Words)
Mae 70.30Wayne's
certificates will be sold to the Speed Shop 17.96 -> 1" i Each word over IS

highest bidder at the courthouse Wesley, Henry 55.S3 SAVE 30% SAYE 11 SAYE i 10 cents
door the 18th of y.
on day
May 1976. Williams Larry 41.78 r y I All Classified Ads must be

Dated this 14th day of April, Wee Wood, ,Ralph Wm.&B Rebecca& Thelma 53.81 6.09 t $1 $4 27ryS paid for in advance unless you
1976 l an established account
Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk Telegraph. In that
Diamond Shamrock Corp. 4.90 I
by Beulah M. Moody SAYE 2/X HCI'S PKIET T-SRIRT II'11NT. MLTESTER urs JEMS URTUIUFtl event 50 cents extra" chargd
Clerk of Circuit Court SAYE 2/X COLORFUL DITTOS WAITI7111111u1AT3 UTU STRIIITICtttia for billing. Sot responsible fut
Tax Collector
J.R. Kelly, r Mutt IMS MttM ItM Sin MMItlTn I thou tM SAAee 1110
Bradford County, Florida S Nlitlf % VprftstirctttN. errors when given over the
4/224tchg 5/13 Bradford County, Florida p S 1 q cit lor CMfort. SILL laM leer ml Irimt.M-42. lads Ill phone or when copy Is not
Itchg R DISCOUNT PRCE WAS 2l-1:1t typed and brought to the office
-------------- ascouNTPAlcewst/1131 -

SAVE 32'-
that T.W. TATUM the holder of FICTITIOUS NAME SAYE 24% \ Used ,
The Pursuant to Section 86509 ,5 II1PI3A1
following certificates has TEARY WISI -
filed said certificates for a tax Florida Statutes, notice is hereby 'IMTSIZEsmiv CLOTHS .IIPRIRTS 1 Fusiun.
deed to be issued thereon. The given that the undersignedJane VIIH! SOUIS AI 2'h53-SIZE' I Gas Ranges
certificate numbers and years of Hardwick. 806 N.W. 36th MiLl MTTLES .
Gainesville, Florida, 51 $1 I
suance, the description of the Avenue 4 To Sell
32601 and Marcus M. Pace, Rt. 21
property, and the names in i, wesi.LAt WAS1,41 e
which it was assessed are as 1, Box 289C, Starke, Florida WEM2/14Z I* V L LI
follows: 32091 doing business under the $2500Cash
c:>_ L
Certificate No. 22. firm name of "J & M SWAPSHOP"

Year of Issuance: 1974. Lawtey. Bradford SAVE 35"
Description of Property: Beg County, Florida. :32058 intends SAVE $ $ A Carry
Int. ofSLine ofSW.&W to register said fictitious name Sill U OZ.EIRLUEI '-'1. Mir MT WSPOUSLIEHEIUICT 5 3
R/Wof Hwy 301, NELY W under the provisions of aforesaid GUNK CLOTHE MRiERS lUsedMaytag
on ,
R/W approx. 230', WLY on S statute. BLUSHz: $ rfR-UTI "Ii
R/W Cor. Gr. Rd. 150', Sly E Jane Hardwick and Marcus 2 o R I ,Z2'! mrs RIPE TRIM usuuIH TMTIS'IEO( NTS' INCEST SMRTSM
R/W M. Pace, joint owners. $1 ,
Old. SR. 13. 2301) E to ? 1 W'I!UUC
t C.&vtaAIepl' KM. lull law tip tnfcttf fwlnri tadu it ittrn pits
Dated this 19th day of April, l
POB Sec. 26 TWP
5 S, R 22.
ws1tT C1sketrk/t15q.At/lIII. 'teslathatato'1ltb < It
Name in which assessed A D. 1976 at Starke Florida ) webtltlegit.Sizes 41ISAYE Washer $3000SawyerSlade

K.W. Tomlinson. 4/22 4tp 513NOTICE

All of sad property being in -------------- 21% SAVE 11% SAYE 32%
the County of Bradford State of i irf
Unless such SROWEReuitii QWLtA1 2453$" VINYL u Gas & Appliances
or REGISTER ,, II p I Iv
certificates shall be redeemed FICTITIOUS NAME L PUEI sea RIOER II li

according to law the property Pursuant to Section 86609 $1 ,, $ 1 'IWAS.MT 964-7701
described in such certificate or Florida Statutes notice is here.
certificates will be sold to the by given that the undersigned WASIJ1
highest bidder at the courthouse Carolyn and Kenneth Ran, Rt
door on the 18th day of 2. Box 68 R, Starke. Florida
May. 1976 32091 and Lenorah and Emrrett t fOR lENT Ij
Dated this 14th day of Apr, Craig Rt. 2. Box 68 R, Starke.
1976. Florida 32031 business
_AVE 31% SAVE lax SAVE 1.12
under the firm name of "C & F un 11% I.IYlII%
Gilbert. Brown, Dark CERAMICS," 122 East Call UMJITO MFUTUUIfKMI FOR RENT: 1 and 2 bedroom

by Beulah M. Moody Street, Starke, Bradford I WA Alttll/ PWERMJinFELT NALL N 3se "l $2 2 fumirfwd apts. 964-8071, 'lip
dork of the Circuit Court County, Florida, intends to SMUT S IZ. ALLAN/L FLAIR FIR HOUND lING 4/22
of Bradford County, Florida register sad fictitious name S.eawT.N ( DISCOUNT me' WASJ4Tnssir DISCOUNT 'ICI' WASJ.II' pSCOUM M CI WAS / -----------.,.

4/22 4tchg 5/13 under the provisions of aforesaid W 4' $ '/ 4$1 2.1:; ..... f eutnaIMX .unolln.1IIS IWSMFUMM1 FOR RENT: Small furnished ipt.
--------------. statute. .1 'fUTll1IHT1' SMU FOR VMU USES* IUTUI.TIMSDm 9648420. 1tp 4/22 j
Carolyn and Kenneth Flint mdLenorah wAS4/1.11 WAs4/), WlnytA lintel It |ftrt fM I .... PIItIrI fuothaMla Ittli MMkt n naff ---
fI and Emmett Craig. |joint 1W. 1u.e n lure o uses ill .Pint waist !. 11 ItInr earn Il/si III tMrtMflCaalMrlct.SJU.EAGLETHE FOR RENT: Furn. 4 7m.apartment. .

owners. Also/ potted plant
Dated this 19th day of Apr). CONVENIENT 312W.MadtMSt F'ACK: REG. 100's' and )Jewelry for sale fare

A.D. 1976 at Stark, florid FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 47' ;: John*, 544 W. Call St.. 964-
4/22 4tp 5/13 Opon daily B' ll : Sunday til O 964-7513 also k j 6483. Itchfl 422Pale
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/ LOOKING 1 1y9Pae

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1.0 p' FOR HELP? _

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p au n:'t: FOR RENT ) .....HOUSES FOR SALE"""'Ii :r FOR SALE J JFOR I. PERSONALSERVICE .mn Floriland 393 N. Temple Realty Ave. 0J

ii /2PL C #o1r5o 1.. Corner Lot, with storage bldg. --

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished FOR SALE, : 3 BR; 2 Bath;; block SALE: Sears chain saw, REALESTATE - r fI'I!!'

.r trailer 4 mi. South of with LR, DR, Den & garageon size 23 1 year old $86. AVON CALLING: To buy or sell- 82' x 145', So. Walnut Will sell

Starke, adults only, no pets. large lot at 1105 W. Homelite super two chainsaw Avon. Call 755.2807 or write rrnr .mtir. "' .a n-r- for less than assessed value.
Ph. 964-8252. Itp 4/22 Madison St. Call Freeman ,2 months old, $120. Out- Loma Clyatt P.O. Box 220 r - -
,, ------ Lake City, Florida. 100 x 260 bldg. lot. Make an CtrWilltJlarREALTY
Register III 964-8771 or 964- board motor test tank $100. New 3 BR 1V4 bath stucco '
FOR RENT: Nice 2 bedroom 5888. - -- -- offer.
tfchg 100 never used concrete CH&A w/w carpet 524.500
mobile home with A/C.Water blocks, 20 cents each. Almost terms. - -

I furnished. Quiet location, 1 'FOR SALE:by owner;3 }BR.2B, new 357 Ranger 6 1/2 inch - 40 Acres 1 mi. out of City.
1/2 miles W. on Rd. 100. 964- brick home, double carport, barrel with belt and holster 2-Story 4 BR 3 Bath frame -2735sq. - -
31 Acres 1320' on State Road.
8797. Itp 4/22 partially carpeted, drapes. 3 $125. Almost new Colt Defective Q 1'\ ft., Sep. Dr., (am. room, 4
- /
-- --- -- -- -- blocks from school. Ph. 473- Special .38, 2 inch barrel acres with pecan trees 45000. Cecelia/ Terwillegar
48 Yi mile State Road.
2039 after 5 p.m and week. and holster $125. Call 468- - acres on
FOR RENT: 12 ft. wide Large farm house.
mobile ends tfchg 1353 or 468.1196.4/15 2tchg Make a dumptruck out of 3 BR 1 bath Masonry equity & PREFERRED PROPERTIES
home outside limits. -
- 4/22 your pick-up at over 1225 6% $17,500.'
assume mtg.
Gordon 964-6114 or 473 FOR SALE less than list price. Installs 60', 2 BR furnished trailer & 1 +
k''I : house -- - - - INDIVIDUALIZED SERVICE
j 4777. tfchg 6500. Edgar Burred RFD 2, RUMMAGE SALE: 3 family easily on most 'j, "i., 1 Ion 3 BR 1 bath frame CH&A acre $6,600.VERNIE .

- -- Box 16D, Starke Fla. 1tp 4/22 affair a little bit of everything, 2 pickups.tons Unload In 15 more seconds.than fenced cor. lot_ $15,000_ ,, -P. -DOOM- PLEASE CALL ME if you're planning a move I
-- -- 1231 Butler Road Jackie Hall -
FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision Ph. 964.8375. Itp 4/22 LIMITED number of Jet 2 BR frame, stove-ref..In country 964-5476 Reg. Broker 964.7700Sundays NEEDED: A home in the country with 1, 2, 3, 4 or S
1/2 acre lots, $30.00 Hoists at this price. $13,000 terms.
per - - - acres under 130,000.
month. Wdter & FOR For information callor
Sewage r SALE ) - -
FOR SALE One high dry
: ,
furnished. For information call writeSUWANNEE 8.7 acres In Starke $'5,500.
,. Mdrk Olin. Olin's Mobile wooded 4 miles west on 100 SALES - SWIMMING POOL Join the swinging wet set! A 16 x

Homes Sdk s, Hwy, 100 W.. near lakes. Terms. 1-3887204after P.O. Box 621 20 acres 85 pecan trees more 32*pool chain link Venetian blind fence boat house

Starke. 964 5606. tfchg. 10 x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed 4:30. Itp..4/22.. Live Oak Fla. 32060 on this next week. 10:35: A.M. indoor-outdoor carpeting built-in bar, 3BR IB, LR
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$,85 00, uninstalled 14000. Ph. 904-362-2161 - K, Florida Room a II gracious, bright rooms -groundsare
Gator Mobile Home Service 3/26-5/13 2 BR frame $8,400, owner will WPXE Radio well landscaped. Easy financing.

hold at 7%. -----
3729767 tfchg. mtg.
t HElP WANTEDHELP I LOST AND FOUNDlOST - 1490r EXCEPTIONAL "House beautiful" a thoughtfully

7.2 acres $2,000 per Acre. designed executive home on a quiet and secluded
1 FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 per Mimosa Manor - street CH&A 3 BR, 2B, LR separate DR, handsome

roll, shingles $10.50 per sq., Mobile Home ParkA 12 acres well pole & septic MOBILE HOME kitchen den that opens on to a scenic patio which is
WANTED: Salesperson, plumbing fixtures Fiberglasstub Pony, light and dark 15000. appropriate for entertaining separate garage with

full time. Real estate salesperson and shower enclosures. brown with white on feet & Nice PlaceTo - PARKINSIDE workshop all in impeccable condition finest neigh

wanted for Keystone, THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 tail named Apache, really Live 36.35 acres 1300 ft. on US 301 CITY LIMITS borhood attractive financing

Staika and Melrose. Opportunity South tfchg missed by 4 kids. Lost in N. of Starka $56,500 terms. WALK TO BRADFORD SQUARE -----
- - -- Hampton, Fri. night off hlway Large Lots
ACRES with this home
for successful caiee*in - OR FIVE goes large nearly new
real estate with the oldest firm FOR SALE: New 6 Used furniture 18 E. of 301. If found or Yard CareGarbage 2.7 A. on US-301 in Lawtey DOWNTOWN with an excellent floor, plan on Road 100. A superior
30 Per Month
,. in Keystone. All replies confidential. new carpet & anyone knowing whereabouts Cans $9,200 terms. ) built-in stereo system, vacuum system, many extras
i: !. R T Lovorn Realtor. Congoleum, cloth 30 cents please contact Tracy Kinsey at Mail Boxes - ALL CITY CONVENIENCESFIRE and a super kitchen.
yd., zippers 1 cent per inch. Bradford County Telegraph. Water POLICE PROTECTIONCITY
4733254 1tchg 4/22 Furnished 2 BR 1 / B. Mobile -----
- - -- THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 9646305.. Itp 4/22 Cent. Sewaqe Plant home on 1 Acra Theressa GAS WATER AND SEWER HOT and getting HOTTER. Escape with this sound
Garbage Pickup
HELP WANTED: Union General South. tfchg.WATSON'S. - 2 Car Parking $9,500. Jo-Lu Motel9648810TFCHQ investment for now and the future! I Approx. 60 acreson

Hospital in Lake Butler is ----- --- -- .... """ Concrete Patio - Bessent Road. With this sanctuary you could have
seeking applications for RN's 11III Improved Street 140 Acres Hampton area well your own estate or could divide and develop. The home

;I and LPN's for all shifts. Contact HOUSE OF VACUUMS PERSONAL SERVICE Electric Service to elec.,pump fenced, 36x64, open has 3BR 1 B, LR, intimate eat-in kitchencentral heat
.r' Roberta Kuhlman at 496- ..j 200 Amperes barn. 24x60, closed hog barn ,- - -.., a air, large screened front porch shed 10 x 30, barn
... ...,
.1 t 2323 Mon. thru Fri. for infor Many brands of new vacuums. Metered Gas cement floor & elec. Appx. 45 I Well Drilling I II i and storage. Also quite a distance away is a nice trailer
," motion Itchg 4/22 Used machines available. acres cleared & planted : that goes with the property. Guineas and peacocks are
u Expert Repairs all makes. SPRING TIME is cleaning time. Move In Bonus. $18,000 down &assume$75,000 I I roaming around picturesque fields in a natural Florida
Parts and Accessories for all Bring springtime indoors with FREE mtg. with Fed. Land Bank. 2" Thru 6"I setting. Owner will finance.

vacuums Built in central flower fresh cleaning of your 1 Month Rent -- - I Fast Rotary I -----
vacuum cleaning systems 712 carpets and furniture, with Electric Hookup We have others Call ANYTIME CHARMING and unique country home on 4.29 rural

AUTOMOBILESUSED N. Main Gainesville 3767110. Duroclean by Oliver. For free day, evening weekend. I Drilling Equipment I II acres all fenced cozy home has enclosed front
If quotation call 4962835. 4/22 Phone 964-7498 Also evenings (associates) 964- veranda and an open back veranda with an old fashion

- 2tp 429REDUCE H 7154 & 782.3397 I State Licensed I swing overlooking a productive vegetable garden -
- - -
well landscaped pasture fields with roses and beautiful
FOR SALE, 1968 Firebird. $325. SWIMMING POOL SACRIFICE: SAFE & FAST with LAWTEr fit.78238O6. : trees. The home has 2BR IB LR and DR combination

Call Benny Zoltowski 964-8054 distributor Leading manufacturer has aluminum and GoBese Tablets & E-Vap SANDERS : : I Pumps all panelled. Every inch of space has been utilized

or 9648136. Itp 4/22/ rectangular "Water Pills" ANDREWS L-.Wyr4 .fu.ro.. win A MfAft.. to best advantage. 3 neat out buildings for additional
pools left over from PHARMACY, 356 W. Madison .,

LAWN SERVICE I storage. A jewel priced right!
1975 season, 1/2 price guar Starke. 4/22 2tp 4/29
anteed installation and terms. ..! New& Used ... .-
-- 9645529ENSED .
'1' a.I,
." p"' ., Call collect Jacksonville daysor i N W t G6 ;t.Grapefruit f bier, .- : Sale; Parts"Service "
904 398 5103. I : Cecelia T Terwillegar, Realtor/
MOTORCYCLES evenings Pill. Eat satisfying meals and INSURED13tpd UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. I ,

4/153tp4/29 lose weight, ANDREWS 7, 1 Reg Real Estate Broker E-Z TermsPlumbing 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke,, Florida
..... ...... I ,
- - PHARMACY. 356 W. 206 S. Water St.

FOR SALE: Mobile Home Pans Madison, Starke. 4/22 5tp National Advertising I I : I OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
FOR SALE 5/20 Paul Faulkner Broker m
Honda 750 four, 72 and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE! MULTIPLE HOME PHONE 964.5145
- -- - Irene Faulkner
perfect mecN shape, well HOME SALES. Hwy. 100 W. -Assoc.
cared for, 7,000 miles actual Stdrke. 964 5606. tfchg. WILL BABY SIT in my home up LISTINGSMH 9645065HANDYMAN -. -
New Installation 'I
beautiful, like brand new in to 4 years of age. Day or SPECIAL I II
-- - - -
every way See after five night. 964 5080. Itp 4/22 2 BR kit., lR DR, Bath 90' x Remodeling
Mobile home Lake Al'o. $6,800 I
FOR SALE: lots
9646061. - - -- -
daily 100' lot
tfchg. $7,200.00 DtID1 'DriDrD
$95 down Few lots still available ALOE CARE for total skin care
-- - - -
Dr-l..1 Repairs
StarS : Du, $7.500 I
in several subdivisions. natural Hypo alter genie pro- 3% acre Frame & Celetex
FOR SALE: 1975 Suzuki with Ph. 468 1551. ducts containing stabilized DeWitt G.JonesFuneral oQ
tfchg.--- home 22' x 46' workshop &
1.000 miles 2 helmets sissy - Aloe Vera gel. Call beauty Stay /JflJj oo apartment fish pond 2 barns, I Durrance\\
bar, crash bar $89457 Seer .
consultant at 964 8976, 9.30 chicken < shed. Q Home Q QD
first Plnehurst FOR SALE 2 BR 2 $16,500
trailer behind Rebuilt upright to 5:30. Itp 4/22 Starke, acres
- -
on 1003, Itp 4'22 piano $400; bunk beds $100 & I
I, '.1 - - Rental income property for sale. Pumps Supply a
- Both in good condition.' Ph.
PART TIME Employment, Starke
SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your 496-3975 after 7 p.m. 4/8 3tp Starke area evening work, Southgata, 3 BR $25.500 Company I Phone 9646200Rental

;'' 't' authorized Suzuki Dealer 4/22 adults Florida Times Union,
-- - Starke 4 BR $22,500 1864
Phone 964 6020 304 East Gill - 18003422709 Ext. 4118. N, Temple Ave.
Hospital Beds Walkers Wheel Chairs & Crutches
4/22 2tp 4/29 Long Champ
Street tfchg FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 bath I Starke
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i screened concrete patio block, living house room MOBILE' HOME MOVING Also US.301, 44 acres $9,500 Home and LI I Keystone Heights Phone 473-3176 .rr

dining room, A/C. $22,000 mobile home hurricdnu cin BuildingMaterials 964.706L1LBRASINGTO I o DIDsDC

.t WANTED 1 Call Ronald L. Thomas 9646246 whoring and mobilt' hoiiH- loot Theresa 10 acres, $12.500' r DrA DF
8 to 5 p,m., Mon.Fri. coating Oim s MOBILE Hume
Sen/ice 964 5U*. St Rd.
Theresa, 40 acres, $42,000
16W & Jet 233 Stdrke, Fla. -WE BUILD -
-- --- -
Sales & Service
tfchg HICK'SPaId
WANTED: Residential site for SALES & SERVICES on appliances Lawtey 11 acres, $10,000' "YOUR PLANS OR OURS / in<' Si IP" (ion Of L -i-il,
swimming pool leadIng distribute YOUR LOT OR OURS'iFREE Cars
used appliances, /lor POODLE
wants a nice back washing machines dryers WILL BABY SIT for any age Lawtey 60 acres $54,000 4 ESTIMATES- /roc// ', Old Gold Jewelry

yard to display new 1976 AC, electric and gas stoves child in my home 964 6821. REMODELING REPAIRSADDITIONS 2001 N.W. 13 378-5301 Dental Gold GROOMINGSterling
Model of above ground pool. THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 tlchg Garage business on US 301 I GAINESVILLEJ&M
Top consideration given for tf Silver Etc.
South - - -
Two Full Time
Prime Location. Don't miss - - - CARPENTER WORK Framing, 40 eOm 0 : HOMES BOUGHT Regardless ol condItIon. Free
this opportunity! Call 384 5156 SOLD TRADED evaluations In your home. GroomersAppointments
Jacksonville FOR SALE: 1 acre homesites finishing remodeling & addl'tlonS. 40 and $700 acre Immediate payments.ForAppoinlmentswrit..
collect 4/15 3tp acres up per ACREAGE FOR SALE
Ph. 964 6767 or 9645ffi8.
_. 4/29 Crosby Lake Estates 2 mi. W. For
of Starke on Rd 100. Owner 4/8/ 4tp 429NEED j 964-6853 or phone ((904)) 47S-1089
u _ _' Your ConvemencePO
financed. 964-6488 after 6 FRED
A NEW HOME? Maybe SACKETT Hwy 301 S Starke TF Swap Shop Old Gold Enterprises
p.m. tfchg. REALTOR Bo 602 Melrose. FL
<( remodel your old one. Call 964-7837 2,19 6t3
-- -- - 205 N. Temple (US 301))
HOUSES FOR SALEFOR FOR SALE: 8' John Boat, Crabtree Builders at 968037 904 44 6522, 468I753 Opening Sat. April 24
caulked and painted, ore or 4851064. We do quality Jimmy Moore
locks 3 HP motor 964-8490 work at fair prices. 4/8 4tp Buy Sell Trade

evenings It 4/22 4/29 Sun SportsMORE Olin's SubdivisionI
SALE 1 - - -
: 60x12. bedroom.. Well built house on double corner Dishes Clothes
-- -- -- ,
bath mobile home like new FOR SALE: Union County 76 HOUSE PAINTING: Interior lot in city with 3 bedrooms, I
964-8883.! Itp 4/15 nicely wooded acres fenced exterior, contract or hourly, 2 baths living room, family YOUR MONEY TF Fishing Tackle, I

-- - 1320 ft. frontage on S239-A bids given freely, guaranteedfirst room nice kitchen, central heat I STARKE PH 964-5791

FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame Ideal for subdividing 90000. class workmanship. and air, separate utility room COMPLETE OUTBOARD ASTERN Jewelry, Furniture,

house Plenty of trees, fur Call Dallas or Eleanor at lonnie Roberts, Raiford Fla. plus swimming pool. $39.500 I DRIVE SERVICE I I
nished or unfurnished, about Quality Realty Realtors 372- 431.1768 after 5. 4/8 4tp 4/29 AND REPAIR Etc. .
lot with 8441 After hours call 372- - - - Ir TaE sa ore s
10 years old on large 18 acres in Lawtey COMPLETE FIBERGLASS .. z ti [ yti i
well water, on Hwy 16 W. 1469 or 376-4790. 4/22 4tchg BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete - Open 10-6 Daily

$13,500 Call 964-8750 after 5 5/13 sharpening service, circular.. 5-19( acre tracts high land on REPAIR For Rent 30- Per Mo. Water 6
(; p.m. tip 4/22 - -- hand, carbide, chain mower paved road Graham area. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER Closed Tuesday :, Acre Lots Sewage FlII'nlshed

-- - - FOR SALE. Doberman pups blade hollow ground and - GLASS FISHING BOATS
FOR SALE: By owner 3 bedroom AKC, wormed dew claws balanced. Leave at Jackson 301 In Lawtey Call Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd. \"

1 bath concrete block removed tail docked. Males Building Supply Starke or 3 BR, Itt B, Brick, in city,

home central air/heat only $100 each Ph. 373- Keystone Heights tfchg., corner lot ..1........ R- ta Itttttl. Illll. r r -

.", carport with small patio 1372 0869. Gainesville Itchg 4/22 - -- --- - ; ;::a.t.1: r--j" '
Co Blanding St. Ph. 966087. - --- 10" 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes Ralph Bryan Real & D ROOFINGAll
4/22 4tp FOR SALE: 15 ft. fiberglass boat and mobile; homes. $180installed. Large frame house, excellent

-- 5/13------ & trailer 25 HP motor, new i $140 uninstalled condition central H/A, 3 bed. THE BRADFORD BOOM IS BACK! I IReal toL-t.. .

battery. Will take any reasonable GATOR MOBILE HOME room, 2 bath carport, corner ......:
offer 964-8689. tip 4/22 SERVICE CO. Ph. 372 9767 lot in city. 4 -
Ralph Bryan Real Estate Gainesville - estate is not going to get cheaper -- only more scarce
- --- -- tfchg I
and Acreage FOR SALE: Corn fattened - - Frame 2 BR house 1 bath on 1 and much, much higher.I I

;! Specializing in Lots Homes. freezer beef, J, R. Wainwright SEWING M acre. Bayless Hwy Area 8-11\
For Building or Mobile 9647835. 4/22 2tchg .CHINES'repalred, - I have some nice lots and acreage in several locations with .
all makes cleaned oiled and N/Wof owner financing and as little as 10% down but "' I
; 4/29 3 Jo 6 acres clear, 4 mi. / payment they .." -
heat adjusted, $7. ..- .
'"T 2 BR Frame, carpet, central ) Work guar Starke. are beginning to sell, and owners are beginning to talk ofraising ,-
--- -- --
and air cond., on nice 1 acre anteed. James Strickland, .
"t' prices.
TAKE UP PAYMENTS 1975 - Types Roofing
i corner lot. Just outside of city corner Morgan Road & Hwy. I I
21500. Singer Futura sewing 16. tfchg 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites..
SR 230 East. -
on i machine. Must set II Top of the Terms. If you have been thinking about a spot to build your dream.,
Stalke Residential
"----- ----- N.W.of & Commercial
-- Ml
line, like new, original price house placo your mobile home or just invest your money In
from - -
'1 to 100 Acres 500. Will sacrifice for unpaid ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: the best proven hedge against inflation then FREE Roof Inspection I
/ 114 Christian Street. "FOR LAND'S SAKE" Call
balance due $287.80 or some Starke.
one can assume 12.70 per Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8'pm. George Roberts Jr. I New Roof Or Repairs
; month payments. Ph. 964- Tues. 1pm. Women's RALPH BRYAN I
RALPH BRYAN Group. Call 9645709 REQ REAL ESTATE BROKErtf Realtor Call 964-7410
8030. Will deliver, no obliga- 964-
i i Realtor tion. 1tp 4/22 5434 or 964-6894. 16tp 6/24 964-7826 Day Of Night 964-8788 4 Free Estimates
night L
964-8788 day or a/is-svta
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/ 16 TMtj'tN4vu Anrll22,1978

Extra CI0an Cars **,
Calendar. Under ConsiderationFrom
. Hospital Raises j
lffli ffflfl AUTO (From Page It FT: '4_' !r, r d ( Page II) Chairman Dodd said Hospital policies," Dodd said.
l day before students return to should be," Nursing Director Tuesday night comparing the Edmondson said he has not
school. Spring holidays for if Eunice Horton told the EMT service with regular actually cut vacation of the
413.4410 S 473-4078 SALES next year will be April 48. tl1 .i commmittee Monday night. employees is like comparing EMT employees, but has
-g informed them and the
One less holiday win be "We've got to do somethingnow apples and oranges.
included in this year's calendar .: 4' or we won't have "Each case has to be hospital trustees the vacation 1
76 CUtlASS ;pa : in t 4 A 1, peopleto but has Is running over the budget
ii16 CHEV. LACUNA S-3 for 12 personnel 7 r I run the hospital," Mrs. figured Individually pay
SUPREME the school system, Jockel Irw Horton stated. to be figured fairly, and must and something must be done "
New, Blue a White mi said. July 4 falls on a Sunday, The trustees, on the other come under Bradford County about it.
miles, extra nice
REAL SHARP 5,000 and that holiday will not be 'lam
taken. Eleven other holidaysare r financial remembered crisis the hospital the Palutka Man Dies Sunday ::
$5495 scheduled for 12-month I
i $5495 a only weathered In late 1973.
personnel.In Chairman Dodd pointed out Following Head-On Collision t.r

other action at Monday that the hospital had not cut : according to the Florida h'',
::! BUTLER-A Palatka
: 16 HONDANEW75VW RABBIT salaries or trimmed staff, LAKE '
night's meeting, the Bradford y man was killed and three Highway Patrol report. 'i;
School Board I although the board membershad R.S. James said In : I
Great gas saver with air Blue, 4 Speed County : others hospitalized Sunday Trooper
L -Approved payment of final been afraid it would come evening as a result of a head- the report that Bell 40, lost '
statements for repair of the A' to that. collision three miles east of control of the Mustang ran off
$3r4i95 $3250 ; BUS gym floor and the BMS The hospital has operated in on here at about 7:10: p.m. the roadway then over- "
1U roof totalling $572. the black since the first of the corrected when re-entering !
-Approved next year's year. Its operating account Arthur Franklin King. 34, the roadway and crossed the
.a school calendar over the objections Tuesday stood at $105,000, was killed when the car he center line. He was charged I.
14 PONT. SIA. WG. 74 GREMLIN of teacher bargainingteam Increased from a $47,000 was driving was hit by an with failure to drive In a single
= Clean Car. Radial Tires, Air Cond *' member George Loper, Medicare payback which oncoming vehicle driving weston lane in the accident.
who told the board that the came in and county tax funds. SR-100 toward Lake Butler Bell was hospitalized along j
2 Great for a family LIKE NEW *' calendar should be considereda The hospital operated in the Martha King, 41, and with the other victims at .
negotiable item. Students black, allowing the Medicareand Samantha King, 5, were Shands Teaching Hospital in f
: $2995 $2395 begin school August 30 and mils *jU.. 'lIu it?r Mionorea tax funds to add up. seriously injured. in the Gainesville. Mattie Bell, 35
m.c will finish the 1976-77 school from Concern of the trustees is collision. and Tammy Bell, 4, were
Bandmaster Dean Cassels receives a plaque senior
that the raises must east
year on June 8. The adopted pay King was driving on treated and released followingthe
73 FORD F-I00 73 JEEP COMMANDOCIII : calendar includes 13 planning drum Band's major recent John spring Knight concert.during Knight the honored Bradford the High bandmasteron School remain within money SR-100 when a Mustang driven accident Sunday night. .,
for teachers and 11 available. by Hubert Jet Bell of Panama Estimated to the
PICk-up 3 speed A C 4 Wheel Dr., Auto Trans, !7ro days holidays. paid behalf of all seniors In the band, which earned superior rat- Nursing Director Horton City crossed the center line, two vehicles is damage 3500. .
In both solo and ensemble and concert
AM rM P.S. -Agreed to placement of district Ings competition. performances during suggested Monday night that -- ..... -- ---- -" .... .. -.
the trustees have faith the 'cRalph'S
school accounts in both the
Community State Bank and money will come in and grant
$3395 !}
U $2495
Florida Bank, rather than ----- Phone Service------ the necessary pay raises. Last I IGaraqe
switching accounts from one real pay increase at the ,
172 DATSUN SIA. 72 FORD TRUCK bank to the other every few (From Page 1) the local telephone office for hospital was a 10 percent
8V a years. Bids will be taken on completed within eight days of the reconnection. If a phone is across the board raise in 1973.
II WAG With 74 Skamper, Big n the million-dollar construction the request in March. He also to be placed on an existing Mrs. Green asked Tuesday
Air Cond Luggage Cyl Low miles monies to be placed in savings said that 97 percent of all jack new service may' be night that the employees have w;;
Rack Camper Like New NX according to business commitments or completed in eight days or faith in the trustees and give :
manager Eddie Douglas. appointments for hookups, less, he said. them time to work out the pay
b X $1595 $3785 -Alloted $732 in expensesfor were met in March. Nearly 3,000 customers: in raises. She asked for Your .
the Starke service area were evaluation forms
Bradford High students to "We're also going to tightenup employee
participate In the Florida in this area. New without phone usage for more from all department heads, COMPLETE I
'U 72 CHEV PICKUP 72 FORD PICKUP State Science Fair and Talent customers may expect a than 24 hours recently when a saying her decision cannot
Search April 2124. shorter waiting period than in cable developed a crack due to come until she can read the AUTOMOTIVE t I I
Auto Trans Short WB SWB Clean the past," Titmus said. water seepage in the evaluations."We .
However length of time underground sleeve. want to do as much for
PRICE SLASHINGEXTRAVAGANZA may depend on engineering Complete rebuilding of the the employees as we possibly
: $1895 $1695 Foot Steak SandwichThe needed when phones are to be cable was necessary to bring can," Mrs. Green assured the
back phone service Sunday
placed in a new location, an 10 employees at the trustee
n Biggest Steak Sandwichin extension phone is requestedthat after the Saturday, April 10 meeting Tuesday night.
C a Bradford County for $1.15 will require drilling, or problem, Titmus said. The trustees were also hit
72 MAVERICK 72 FIAT All-the-Way. Trouble with long distance with the
7Y when telephone lines must be Monday night Engine
calling may stem from the problem that vacation for I
extended to the home or pay
GOOD ON GAS M.c You've to it.You'll .
6 Cyl Sta Shift got try business. necessity of going throughone the six ambulance service :
C like it! Overhaul :1
:Di If a customer knows in two or even three other employees is running over the
advance of a move within the companies in order to reach a amount budgeted by the ,
$1695 POWELL'S Titmus said. However
$1150 area, Titmus suggested an hospital.
U.S.Ml N.964-6567 All General Auto RepairsSpecializing
i eight-day advance notice to when the Public Service EMT Chief Gerald Baillee ,
Commission inspected the said Monday night his crew
.x 71 CUTLASS 63 RAMBLER NC local office recently, it might not be on the job

At. Ac ps Bucket Seats ::IED received a 90 percent Wednesday morning unless i
Auto sans air cond ASPHALT PAVING completion on all calls placed the vacation cutback was
Console power steenng Good Car within the immediate area restored.
and around the world. Trustees Tuesday night also 1
i ia Fill Dirt Grading Hints given by both Tltmus asked time to work that Automotive. Transmission Rebuilding
$1895 $395 and Mitchell included
LandscapingFree INCORRECT :TOLL was situation on the out. job The Wednesday EMT crew Service Or Adjustments On All

BILLING call the Bonifay morning, Edmondson American Or Foreign Cars .
office at 547.3618 for bill reported, and apparently will
a at
: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Estimates adjustments. This statewide give the trustees time to come '1
office will then state how up with a solution. Conditioning
473-4470 & 473.4078 Phone 964-7813 much to deduct from the Until last October the EMT .
*' 3I1144/1 current bill before payment. service was under control of Electrical Repairs
." LATE PHONE BILL call the county commission, and
'* Extra: Clean Cars *' local or Bonifay office to had 10 days vacation per yearat Volkswagen RepairsRalph's
report 24 hours per day. EMT'sare
-- on duty 24 hours and off 48,
and also are on call the f first 24 Garage

A Mew Car Lot In Town No Smiling Clyde Has Overstocked Again of Edmondson the 48 hours says off.the EMT's Cue Shepard

are on duty 40 percent more Open Mon Sat. /.
: hours than a regular eight Ralph GreenMechanics 468-1020
CarsCarsCars hour per day employee, and
FOR SALE'' therefore are entitled to 40 Hampton, Fla
percent more vacation, but ..
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&. .c.w.M..I' 7 "i=** not 300 percent more.
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