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 29, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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97th Year Starke,Florida Cents
4letlssue Thursday, April 20, 1978 Copy

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l Zoning OK Given : ., ;_ BC School Bosses i

For Development

> At Keystone Hts.Permission b,1 Seeking Pay Raise I


to advertise fora is part of the former George Tip-toeing around the topic for more than an hour, 17 of 19
Woods Bradford school administrators finally faced the School Board I II
public hearing on rezoning property.
56 acres of property nine miles The subdivision will be used squarely last Friday in asking for a salary increase next year I
southeast of Starke on for single family residences, Eventual admission of the administrative gathering was that Hospital Addition ;
Highway 100 from its present with a 1,000 square-foot top level people want to be paid at least as much per hour as the
R1A classification to PUD minimum. highest paid teacher in the system.
Administrators had the floor the
throughout meeting as I
(Planned Unit Development)
silently watchful board members considered, but did not state
was granted Tuesday night by
Work Is ,
the \
the Bradford County Zoning Hospital .1 opinions upon requests. Sought
Board to L.K. Edwards & Hampton Elementary administrators, Casey said
Associates of Keystone a Principal Tom Casey, chosen the group agreed.
Heights. License as spokesman to present the The four members of the
; PUD Is a new classification administrators' case, said school board present,' By St. Louis Firm
allowing a developer to obtainall raises beinrequested by top Chairperson Pat Spengler,
level school personnel Arthur Gaskins, J.T. Parrish, -
: permit necessary residential rezoning to DelayedLAKE average around 14 percent, or and Rodney Hall, listened but An offer to do the planning patient intercom system
't' ft tJ total of architectural design and might be included In
: construction along with a a $39,369, over $2,000per promised nothing at Friday'smeeting and
business service area at the person. The board as yet approvalsbefore (See Page I 121>
a contract is to
; BUTLER Still does not know how much
same time, eliminating the
But neither the
,1 lacking a provisional license it will from the hail an addition to the
:+.1 need for future rezoning administrators nor the board money receive Bradford County Hospital Green Family
. expected long ago Union state for the fiscal 7677.
: the
requests as area develops.
got down to specific figuresfor be
General Hospital I may too good to turn down,
It won't know until
Edwards said the Administrator Eugene administrative individuals. Casey salaries said nearly July when school the Trustee Building and Burned OutThe
' residential portion of the area, Hardval there is "no Grounds committee decided
11. says spending is set by the state
total and
named Keystone Oaks, way" the hospital may reopenfor presently $277,483 legislature. Thursday night, April 22. one-story frame homeof
consists of 30 one-acre lots and occupancy of its 25 beds by would go to $316,854 under the According to figures Hospital Building and the Charles Green famiy on

:; 13 half-acre lots lying between the forecast date of May 3. request. presented by Casey, a Rank II Equipment Company account Morgan Road was destroyedby
the county line and the Mount Casey said the CC-15 teacher in Bradford fire of undetermined
of Jacksonvilletrip executive Bennett
As a result a Larry
'' Pleasant Subdivision. The .L origin, starting around 9:30:
administrators had agreed it $8.20
Hardval made last weekto v County now earns per outlined to the committee
Keystone Cemetery is a pie-- avoid further delays in fair and reasonable that hour based on a 7V4 hour composed of hospital trustees a.m. Tuesday in the back partof
I shaped wedge in the northeast licensure, Hardval hopes the principals be paid as much work day. At that rate a 12- Charney Williams and the house.
corner of property. The provisional license will ,/ per hour as the highest paid month administrator would be William E. Dampier, that all No one was at home at
commercial portion of the this week since all classroom In the county "We paid a base salary of $16,531, phases of planning would be the time.
development will be 16 acres appear don't even want to be here in based Only items saved from the
I plant have on an eight-hour day done out of a central St Louis
fronting on the southside of been physical completed surveys and the position of bargaining," he and 252 working days. To that office and no contract wouldbe house were a deep freeze that
.' Hwy 100)( in the northwest anticipated completion dates IF stated at one point. would be added to a typicaladministrator's signed until construction was on the front porch and
two television sets. All other
section. A buffer zone will I
\ set for 15 citations by the state The principals asked the salary the began on the new addition, household
residential furnishings,as wellas
the ,
separate as $1,200 supplement, plus $2 per which would consist of
well commercial licensing boardTrustees F' board to agree that to pay all clothing, were lost.
as property
from the cemetery, Edwards of the hospital fry administrators a base salary student for principals. The $2 ancillary services to the The burned home was
said. vowed not to touch millage equal to that of a teacher with per pupil could range up to hospital.The located just east of the
funds of bfi,749 (110 date) -Id.- a master's degree (Rankin) $2,000 for the high school new addition, first Morgan Road Baptist Church,
The main north-south road placed in a special savings and 15 years experience. In principal to as little as$300 for proposed in 1972, will include and the Greens'and their four
into the property will be account until the hospital's 4 I 1p addition Casey said the group principals of Brooker or expansion of the visitor's children are temporarily
blacktopped with other provisional license is granted.The agreed administrators shouldbe Hampton Elementaryschools. lobby, lab and X-ray area and staying at the nearby home of

streets limerocked, according outpatient clinic at s Y Er paid a supplement of $100 emergency room and possibly Mrs. L.U. Morgan, Sr.
, to the preliminary plat. All Union General, first reopenedin 4 per month, "just for being Casey, who has debated centralization of operating The County Departmentwas
will be a BO-foot width In November, 1975, averages + f administrators." from both sides of the fence as facilities, administrator R.D. assisted by trucks from

addition, Edwards said the 12.14 patients a day under the On top of that, it was both superintendent and Edmondson told committee the Lawtey Department and
1 developers would. deed. an direction of Dr. M.L. Jewell, t .suggested that the board administrator spent more members and trustee the Forest Service, but the
additional 25 foot right of-way who will accept the top fat -1 1r alree to head 'than an hour explanining the chairman Bill Dodd and home was described as a total
so the county road along the physician's position when the the pay philosophy of the school Trustee Inez Green, who were loss. '
ministrator ( )
east and south sides of the also present to hear the HBEC Persons
wishing to
million the board
$1 facility reopens. It .-' Sttident for principals. The $2a administrators to
cemetery leading to Paradise has been closed since May, salary differential. As part of midmanagementin proposal.Hospital. contribute articles and
Lake could widened to 60 74. school the malntainance building materials may call
1 Administrators in the the system,
feet 1el jf' administrators are part of a engineer Bill Graudons 964-6878, or bring the items to
Since verbal commitmenthas ) office not assigned to a team of the board andS suggested that other needed the Hilton Coleman residence
The property, for which been made to render the particular school, should be repairs to the hospital's air across from the Morgan Road
Edwards is agent, is owned by license this week Hardval 4.., paid a supplement of $200 per ( e Page 12) conditioning system, roof, and Baptist Church.
Courtney and Brown, of hopes, to "take the provisional month, double that asked for ."
Jacksonville, who also owns license to show the board" at Ray Moore has precarious foothold on cornice of old principals assigned to a .
,J the Hampton Oaks its regular monthly meeting courthouse after lassoing cap of 130-foot high tower in "staging" school., to bring them in line j -L:
development Keystone Oaks Monday night, May 3. operation. with the rest of the ,1. .
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Startled spectators are main rope in position, he knows of less than a dozen in husband on steeples when '- ,i' -i'.i't.I: ,, !: '\ __ J
iJlt' 111un'lt1'rr getting a free show of "daring. works himself up the steeplein the country, and thinks that he necessary. "1- ,,; I" c rr
do" this week as steeplejacks the same manner as a and his wife may be the only When asked why (0" : >-
'1, begin work on the old lineman climbing a utility husband and wife team in the could make a living. closer to : : : """-:". .J
courthouse restoration pole, but without spikes to business. Mrs. Moore started the ground continue to brave j '\ I
'S a NJ project swinging on the tower place the large "choker" outas bookkeeper; scheduling high winds, dizzying heights, ., { ', ...,. AIj
> u in"bosun seats" some 150 feet ropes for the chairs. work and traveling ahead to birds, bats, and pigeon lit"-$) rl j. .;
above ground. line up other jobs. But for the droppings while working up ..' -
For obvious reasons, past few years, due to a and down the East Coast, the 1'Y """
Contract for the $20,000 of who standard
steeplejack work doesn't shortage helpers Moores have a
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Bicentennial project was appeal to many men and wanted to swing from a tower reply: They like the work. l
signed Monday by the fewer women. Moore says he for a living, she has joined her have done Bill Hemme, Gerry White and Walter Filer are the only Union County High students t. earn
Bradford County Historical They many jobsin straight A's during the third nine weeks grading period spanning January, February and March.
Florida, including the
Board of Trustees owners of --
the courthouse property and steeple of the First Methodist
Hi-Line Construction Co of Church of Starke, and are
UC School Board
Bethlehem. N11) Work on considering establishing an 3 Earn Straight A'sAt
THURS., APRIL "stabalizing" the exterior of office in this state if enough

Special Bradford the building-no interior workis work can be developed.The .

: Commission Meets included in the present To present project
s p.m forDiscussion contract-should be completedin Drop Charges encompasses making the 74-
of from 60 to 90 days, weather year-old building secure and Union High School

CETA Funds permitting. watertight as a first step
Raymond Moore Hi-Line toward restoring it to its -
FRIDAY APRIL owner, has been in If Jones ResignsLAKE former grace and usefulness.The LAKE BUTLER Top son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter I. chemistry practical EnglishII
Filer of Lake Butler research and
; National Guard construction work 25 years, academic honors at Union science
project is financeby
being School Hemme, starting pitcher for varsity sports.No .
Parade and Revue and "on steeples he says BUTLER A public another special meeting if he a $7,500 matching funds County High were
the UHS baseball
: earned by three of the school'ssportsmen team is the sophomores or freshmenat
3p.m. for about 20. He works as a
hearing on charges of accepts to grant $10,000 from the
of Mr. and Mrs.
the fourth nine son David A. the 448-student school
Camp BlandingSATURDAYMAY1 team with his wife, Coleen, as
office his resignation.
misconduct in
may not acknowledge Bradford County Commission,
Hemme of Raiford.
week ended Hemme earned straight A's during the
who sometimes helps out "in apinch" have to be held if Coach Jack If he does not accept the offer, and $2.500 supplied by the grading period earned all A's in
March 26.Senior algebra II, last grading period, accordingto
mounting the bosun will be set
by offer
Jones accepts an to drop a public hearing Historical Board of Trustees tins counselor Thomas
FLEA MARKET seat herself. "We just don't charges if he resigns, the within the month to air the from rental income on offices basketball and FSP Head However will
Rymer. they
,I Melh. Youth think about the heights" she Union County School Board charges against him. in the building baseball player Gerry White another chance the
'I FellowshipMeth.Ctyard said"but I wouldn't go up in a decided at a special meeting Board members voted :31 to brought home all A's duringthe get as
chair that hadn been riggedby Tuesday night. offer the proposal board fourth grading period with TransferredToAvon June present 4Ninth. grade period ends
9a.m.-1p.m. Ray. It's kind of like Terms of the agreement will member Donald Dukes a schedule of independent all
knowing who packed and Pam Thomas of Latin, physiology, graders making
your include Jones' submission of a dissenting study A's and B's during the third
MONDAY, MAYS parachute." resignation effective June 30 absent. Dukes indicated he did accounting physics, Park nine weeks included Jorge
Elks Meeting Moore learned the in exchange for dropping not agree with paying Jones advanced math and varsity Acosta, Beatrice Alexander
', dinner 7pm.meeting steeplejack trade from an ex- charges and lifting of his until June 30. although the sports. Son of Mr. and Mrs. G.S Fortner Nathaniel Banks, Jennifer
lp.m. circus aerialist who had a suspension which came about coach had accrued nearly 30 William White of Lake Butler, superintendent of Florida Bielling, Dionisio Britton,
: Cosmetic Party "human fly" act. "It's not as after Union County High days of vacation. White has signed a full State Prison since 1973, will be Jana Fillyaw Gary Griffis,
For Elketles dangerous as looks-if\ you senior Jean Holmes told the "He wants his cake and eat r basketball scholarship with transferred Friday to the Carolyn Johnson, Jonnie
. know what you're doing," he board the coach made it too. We're doing all the r Lake City Community same post at the Avon Park Wills, Wilson and
NOTICE) and he's not," which he will enter Correctional Institution. Melody
Clothing says. "If you start thinking improper advances toward conceding here { College Donna Worrell.Sophomores .
about the danger, then it's her on three different Dukes told the board. this fall.Juniors. David Bachman, assistant all A'sand
1 Materials earning
Building Needed For time to come down," he occasions. In addition, Jones Motion, for the proposal Walter Filer and secretary for operations of the B's are Jose Acoata: ,
1 Charles Green added. He's never had an will not return to the school, came about after board Bill Hemme also earned all Department of Offender Tommy Albritton, Cynthia
.. 964.617' accident although scaling where he is the dean of attorney Wayne Carroll said A's from January to March Rehabilitation said Tuesdaythat Clyatt, Jimmy Cochran,
Family structures as high as 600 feet students and athletic director, he has been contacted by this year. Bobby Le erette, an Terrie Dukes Larry
: CourM>y Ol using only ropes, pulleys, and but will use his accrued Jones' Gainesville attorney. assistant to Fortner has been Hendricks, Sandra Jackson,
ul\!; r (communitylntcun the narrow-planked bosun's vacation leave until his who said that Jones would Filer,a basketball player is named acting superintendentat Xlomara Puig, Jers Roberta,
chair. contract expires. resign if charges were taking independent study in the prison until a permanent Bobby Waters and William
" > He makes his own chairs Jones has until S pm. dropped against him. Moor climb t* tip of science, social science successor has been chosen"It's Woodington.

Y Accvvfin, Mow ln.nr*.U* and takes care of "staging"them tomorrow (Friday, April 30) "I understand that the tower drawing himself up seminar, U.S. History, our policy to move Eleventh graders taking all
i ,....-.y on the tower himself. to respond to the offer, after complaining party has agreedSee while standing In "bosun's chemistry, advanced math people around, Bachman
.O.eManwNn.aj.H.. Using a lasso at f first to get the which the board will call ( Page 121) chair" and varsity sports. He Is the added. (See Page

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Page TELEGRAPH. April 29,1976 __ ______ ______.. .... -A ... .. I .__...... a ____-:.::.........______

. Miss Muss Sandra nuggins Huggins, May Luncheon Muggins Honoree /1&

15 bride-elect was Appetizers were served in A r ? 64.Ueffite ]
complimented at a luncheonlast the living room. t
Saturday given by Mrs. Place cards marked the
David Mendenhall of Stone seating arrangement of the trdiforr
Mountain, Ga., Mrs. Cliff guests at tables placed in the a ys I/loofy
Hazen and Mrs.J.E. Hardy at sun room. The tables were ----.. -
the home of the latter.A covered with white lace and
novelty corsage of copper linen cloths over pink liners Memorial Service Held Miss Nancy Hull and Patrick Henry
measuring spoons, miniature and were centered with small .4 + --I
vegetables and greenery was straw baskets holding pink s Ww''i; y Sunday At Crosby CemeteryThe Methodist ChurchMiss
given to the bride-elect. snapdragons, sweetheartroses Wed April 23 In
Mrs. Hardy greeted the and purple larkspur
guests at the door and Hanging baskets and potted W.T. Weeks chapter, high character, moral Nartcy: K. Hull F- 1
presented them to Miss plants were used at vantage U.D.C, held a memorial courage, noble nature and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JoeiM.
points in the room. service Sunday afternoon at mastery of the art of war Hull of Keystone Heights,
Sonia Following lunch each guest! Crosby Lake Cemetery made him a notable figure in and Patrick A. Henry, son of
honoring the of
CampPresented 1 veterans history.wars. .
presented the honoree with a ,..r Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Henry of
favorite recipe. The hostesses .. Gen. Jackson lived from Starke, were united in
BPW gave the honoree a recipe box .. Mrs. Guy Sale president, 18241863. He also went to West marriage Friday April 23, at
and recipes of the menu ,.... .... .. opened the service by placing Point. He was also a leader of 7:30: p.m. in the First United
Program April 15 served and read her a poem .. '. a wreath on the tomb of the men and a real master of the Methodist Church with Rev.
confederate soldiers and art of war. Jackson and his
"How To Preserve A George Harper performingthe
A program "Media Imageof Husband." Sharon Mattocks, welcoming the members and wife taught a Sunday school nuptials.The .
Women" was presented by guests. class for blacks for years. He altar was decoratedwith
Sonia Camp at the BPW club Mrs. Lester Crews, first was accidentally shot his
Phillip Elder by gold and white arch
I>L'PUC.TI8Rlo: meeting April 15 at the CLtBHKSlLTS: vice-president, gave the own soldiers. His last words candelabra holding white
Chamber of Commerce Dr. andIrs.! Jim To Wed June 19 invocation. were "Let us cross the river tapers in the center. On either
Those took in
building. attending part and rest in the shade." side were identical Victorian
the winning
Minesinger were
the pledge of alligence to the The services
During the business were closed bouquets of pink burgundyand
couple at Duplicate Bridge
meeting there was a Tuesday night. Mrs. J. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Louie C. American flag and the with prayer by Rev. Harper white chrysanthemumsand
discussion on the State and :Mrs. S.VV. Hamilton were Mattocks of Phenix City, Ala. confederate flag. followed by the singing of baby's breath arranged in
convention to be held in July announce the engagement and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid, "Dixie" by those present, led tree candelabra with white
second and Bea Bonney andLlo'd
in Jacksonville. A workshopwill Pierce were third. approaching marriage of their historian, was in charge of the by Mrs. Carolyn Canova. tapers. The alter railing held
be held for the planning of daughter, Sharon Kay, to program. Mrs. Carolyn
the centerpieces to be used at ........... .. ... ........ ....., Phillip Raymond Elder, son of Canova sang "God BlessAmerica" Little garlands of sword of white fern were dogwood.Pots also. ..,w, i .
the young careerist luncheonto Mr. and Mrs. Emmett O. accompanied by Women
be held during the Dr. J.W Patray reports his Elder of Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Mona Canova on the used.Mrs.. Inez Green, organist,
convention. new home phone number is auto-harp, followed by two To Meet Monday and Mrs. Carol Golden of
4733446. The wedding will take place musical numbers presentedby Palatka
presented a programof zk
Saturday June 19, at 3 p m. at Mrs. Canova on the autoThe Little Women's Club nuptial music. / :.
Central Baptist Church in harp,and W.B. McKinney on will meet Monday, May 3, at 8 Wilbur Waters served as T/
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL Phenix City. the violin p m. at the club house for the best man. Ushers were Jimmy
Before the roll\ ca1of\ final meeting of the club Smith, Johnny Powell and
to: at Miss Mattocks is a graduateof confederate veterans buried year. Scott and Matt Hull, brothersof
Central High School, at Crosby cemetery, Mrs. Sale Each member is to Invite a the bride.
p VAN H. PRIESTDOUBLE attends Chattahoochee Valley asked for a moment of silent prospective new member. Mrs Kathy Alvers of
Community College, and is prayer.Many members and Final plans will be made for Jacksonville, cousin of the
W Call SI. Starke employed by the W.C. Bradley guests told of their family and the trip to Disney World May bride, attended as matron of
Co.Mr. friends that were on the roll. 22-23. honor. She .
wore a pale pink ,.
Elder is a graduate of Kev G.L. Harper of the All members will be on the halter style gown with
$ Bradford High School. He !Methodist Church, gave a talk hostess committee. spaghetti straps and bottom
KNIT ] received his Bachelor of "Meaning: in Memories." ... ........................... flounce in flowing chiffon
07Yd. Science degree in Education He gave the high lights of Gen. Mrs. Arlene Rowell, Miss sheer pink chiffon cape with;
from Troy State University Robert E. Lee and Gen. Nancy Rowell, Raymond wrist length bell sleeves that
He served in the US Navy Thomas (Stonewall) Jackson. Rowell, Mrs.Carol Carter and met in front at the chest. She r
_..__ Submarine Gen.Lee lived from
: corps two 18071870.
daughter. Jere Ann
all of wore a pale pink hat
years He is presently a coach He was a graduate of West Jacksonville were Easter with burgundy ribbon around
employed by the Phenix City Point also president of Wade Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. the crown and carried large
School system. College in Lexington, Va. His Charles Rowell and daughter. pink mums with froths of

baby's breath tied with a
burgundy satin bow.
Mrs. Vicky Mathews of Fort
Myers, cousin of the bride.
Miss Lydia Vickery. Miss Mr.and Mrs Patrick Henry
Cheryl Kendrick and Miss ..;

MOTHER'SDAT Miriam Weston, all of Elkettes Hold Installation April 1 19 ::
Panama City, attended as
bridal attendants. They were The installation of officersof Secretary Margaret Wolff
dressed similar to the honor the Elkettes of Starke Treasurer Lillian Pearson.'
attendant. Lodge No. 1802: was held on Historian Ada Dommianqi
Little Miss Deanne Waters Monday evening April 19, at Board members are past
attended as flower girl. the Lodge. presidents Novis Ward and
VALUES Given in marriage by her Dorothy Starling. >
f Officers installed by
father the bride wore a white Exalted Ruler Next regular meeting of the
chiffon polyester gown with George Elks will be Monday. May,3.:
Dominianni were: President
The ladies will have a social
high neckline and camisole
Margaret Brown; Vice meeting and a Luzier
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES & TELEVISION reembroidered bodice with beaded alencon, president Rose McConnell, cosmetic party at that time.-

lace that outlined the sheer
round yoke, trimmed the Woman's Club May ;:
bodice and bishop sleeves. I
Dual-power microwave YOUR CHOICE The full circular skirt flowed Breakfast May 8 At Noon j
into a sweep chapel train. She
oven with defrost! FREE A NEW WASHER OR DRYER wore a camelot cap of The Woman's Club of Starke make reservations for tickets
reembroidered alencon lace, will have their annual May by Thursday. May 6, by
beaded with seed pearls and Breakfast Saturday, May 8, at calling Mrs. S.W. Hamilton.
elbow length train of illusion. 964-5830, 1Irs..J..
noon in the club house. Spengler. I
32 PIECE SET She carried a delicately styled 964-6046 or :Mrs. J.D. Warren,

bouquet in a nosegay fashion, Members are requested to 964-7129. ;:
OF BAKEWARE made of miniature white .;
carnations pink roses and
illusions of baby's breath, Elizabeth Cox DC(:avid Thigpen :
centered with a white
cymbidium, white bridal Wedding May 8
satin, miniature seeded pearl
hearts and lily-of-the-valley. Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Cox following. ;jj;
APPLIANCEBOUGHT All friends and relativeS
A reception was held in the announce the approaching
church Fellowship Hall. marriage of their daughter, are invited to attend. J";
Miss Debbie Edwards Elizabeth Ann, to David
: 1 greeted the guests at the door Alan Thigpen, son of Mr. and ;
t ,, and kept the guest book. Mrs.W.L. Thigpen Jr..all of FLORIDA
DURING THIS The refreshment tables Starke.
/ carried out the bride's chosen The wedding will take
Mode) Mod.It colors with arrangements of place Saturday, May 8, at 7p.m.
wwA SOOOP ODE 5300P mums and baby carnations.The in the Northside Baptist THEATRE
MOCIEL YeT8V SALE bride's table was Church with a reception

0 0 cake centered flanked with a by four silver tiered U.D.C. Meets May 5 FRI SAT, SUN -.
Now $ r
PLUS candelabra. Mrs. L.B. iii
Defrost cycle uses lower No special wiring- 120 V.. 1 9 8 Register Jr. of Starke and At 3:30: P.M.
power to thaw foods quickly 15 amp grounded outlet Only Mrs. Frank Bennett of

and also cook evenly.better Certain using foods lower Prices Start WE GIVE FREEDELIVERY WIT rade cake.Keystone Heights cut the U.D.C.The ,W.T.will meet Weeks Wednesday.May chapter..

power As Low As The punch table was 5, at 3:30: pm. at the
Leftovers can be warmed centered with a silver punch Holiday Inn.Hostesses.
quickly without drying out YOUR bowl encircled with pink will be Mrs. H.L.

Cook & serve In the same $ 3 AND f= w 1/1)- cam mums and greenery. Speer Mrs. G.J.McGriff\ and ,
198GAS J Assisting were Mrs. Wilbur Srarim ig
dish-glass, ceramic, paper Mrs. L.G. Powell. SAM CHEW
Hildebran Mrs. Johnny Alison Nudera, PICTURES RELEASE [t'O l COLO

We Also Have GAS OR McCown Miss Tammy Hull PLUS :
and Miss Toni! Hull. Mrs. Mark Graudons
er'nglaft' Betty Edwards directed the Bradford Dillman In

TermsTakeUp ELECTRICWHILE wedding and reception. Wedding Told "Big" S
Following a wedding trip to J
BARBEQUE To 36 Mo. To Pay Disney! World the couple is Announcement is made of

residing on SR-16, Starke. the marriage of Miss Alison 301
30-60-90 The bride graduated from Nudera of Keystone Heights to
: Bay County High School in Mark Graudons of Starke
Days THEBEFORE Panama City and is presently which was an event of DRIVE-IN
employed with the Saturday,April24, at3 p m. at
Department of Offender the home of the groom's :
Same As Cash : G SUPPLY Rehabilation. parents, Mr.and Mrs. William 4 Big DaysFri ,:.
K Mr. Henry is investigatorwith Graudons.
the Florida Public ............................... Sat Sun Moot
LAST Service Commission. ....
Mrs. E.W. Hayes spent last
week with her granddaughterand 1.-..
: Thornton Graduate family Mr. and Mrs. J.F.
From Supply School Thrasher and baby son, John f
April IS Navy Lieutenant Wilson, in Winder, Ga..
ON A NEW YOU BUYCHECK (junior grade) Robert G.

'tom Thornton 28, whose wife Mrs. Lucy Parnell of Lake --..
GAS GRILL Geraldine is the daughter of City was last Thursday visitorof -,
OUR Mrs. Gladys M. Mcoty of 200 Mrs. W.F. Herlong.
:---- Now Only E. Adkins St., Starke, was ::
graduated from the Navy Mrs. Ebba Carlson of .;
Now $ | RQ 00 Supply Corps School, Athens, Orange Park was weekend i
LOWLOWPRICE'S Ga. guest of Dr. and Mrs. L.H. ..

$1800 Only UO instruction management The 26-week in course general disbursing includes supply, Jennings. PETER FONDAFIGHTING :;:

ModeITNK WTradeSAWYER personnel administration in- BRADFORD MADEJRJIEJTRICTE6 :
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,r St. Anne's To Hold 4a, Mrs. Norton Parents Con Get CTHS Test Results!

. '. Bazaar In Honored At
Results of the California office? to make appointmentsTest
I I Keystone Heights Stork Shower PERSONALS of Basic Skills are now for the CTBS results.
f available to parents at their appointments are not
| Mrs. Maxie Norton was --. --- student's home school. made test results will be sent
St.Anne's Episcopal Church honored at a stork shower home May 12 with report
I_of Keystone Heights will hold Bud Lawson returned to Mrs. Willie Mae Denton Parents may call the school cards
its first annual bazaar Tuesday, April 20, given by Marion, N.C. Monday after underwent surgery Tuesday
Mrs. Greg Alvarez and Mrs. three weeks visit with his
Saturday. May 1, in the new in North Florida Regional
parish house, next to the r the Mark latter Milner on at Kingsley the home Lake.of parents Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Hospital.Mr. JbidJonJnoui\ .
church from 9 am to 3 p.m. .and
The refreshment table was Mrs.J.B. Dansby of
On sale will be and
crafts, a bake covered with a damask cloth Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Perry were weekend guests of Mrs. Bertha Lang is a Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and
:"white; elephant"shop table plants and a and centered with a giraff were Tuesday overnight Mr and Mrs. R.O. Dansby.Mr. patient in St. Vincent's grandson, Eddie Schwab
v*:miscellaneous items. with matching napkins. The guests of Mr. and Mrs Hospital.Mr. spent the past 17 days with
;y: Hamburgers and cokes will buffet held an arrangement of Charles Lawson in and Mrs. Harry Mr.and Mrs. Edward Schwabat
; pink and yellow carnationsand Stallings and family of
Tallahassee.Mrs. Merritt Island. They spent
I" be sold on the grounds. Gainesville and Mrs. Robert
pompoms.One were weekend Easter weekend in St j\-1
:: game was played by the W.H. Peebles of Ocalais guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.L Barksdale and grandson and, Petersburg with the Schwab's
I Mrs. Albert Sparks
; ; Cody
17 guests and a prize awarded. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dinkins.Mr. son-in-law and daughter. Mr
Mrs.Thelma Dyaland
The hostesses Gilbert Goldwire this week. son David
3 Mrs. F.W. Strickland and presented the and Mrs. Lee Sparks and Mrs. William Smith. The
honoree with a baby hot and Mrs. Walter Frick
:daughter Gloria tray weekat Schwabs brought Mrs
were last
last week of Mr.and Mrs. N.P, CostelloHuffmanEngagement with matching cup and spoonas Mr. and Mrs. T.B Hardingwere spent Easter weekend with spent Wednesday World. Anderson and Eddie back last Woic!
Riccardi in Miami. a memento of the occasion. in Brunswick, Ga. for their sons, AZ2 Ricky Frick Disney Friday and remained until

Told .............................. several Mrs. days visiting Mr. and and family and S.A. Dennis Mrs. Vergie Barksdale was Sunday. "We really had trouble
Trice. Frick in
Local admittances to Dorsey Milton, Fla. in Baptist Memorial getting this bunny in the car"
Bradford County Hospital this R.E. Mundorff was Thursday to Saturday were Mrs. Freida Norman. Mrs. nays Ithonda Hutcheson
Mr. and Mrs Bill E. Hart, Mrs. Edith
W.H. Mr. and
week include: Mrs. Lorena Costello of fLake admitted to North Florida Mrs. Mrs. Raleigh she underwent eye surgery. Shirley Norman and Mr. and proud winner of the Easter
: Brooklyn Regional Hospital last Christiansen and Mrs. Pearl Brannen visited relatives in Mrs. Don Fort the
Powell Karl hoist Willard spent Bunny given away by the
Thornton Sanford Hicks announce engagement and Wednesday where he is in the Colson attended the Manning Bartow and Lakeland over the Rev. and Mrs. J.C. Brown weekend in North Carolinaand Piggly Wiggly Supermarket.This .
approaching marriage of their .
.-,-John Powell Louis Crews and daughter Stella Jane to intensive care unit. Sunday.Mrs.reunion. at Ocean Pond on weekend.Mr. and children of Augusta Ga. Smokey Mountains.Mrs. giant rabbit stands 8 feet
'Mrs. Carolyn Flint of Starke: James Richard Huffman III, !Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Welty and Mrs. were Thursday to Sunday tall and is stuffed with toys
v Mrs. Katherine Sneud. David son of Thomas E. Huffman have had as visitors duringthe Bobby Crawford and Brown were weekend George W. guests of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Griffin and and games. Hhonda Is the
jSCPelers and Ryan Homer of week Mr. and Mrs. guestsof Sherrod Hamilton. daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs.
and Mrs. Maxine Huffman of past daughter Betty Ann, of Mr.and Mrs.L.M. Stoner in Mrs. Maurice Anderson of
C-; ;Keystone Heights Miss Kay James Lovelace and five Rudolph Hutcheson of Starke.The .
;.. ; Pikeville. Kentucky.An Providence visited her Ocala. Meigs, Ga. are on a Canbean.
Rosier of Lawtey. children of Schnectady, N.Y., parents. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mrs. J.E. Wilson and Mrs. cruise this week. .. .. .. ..
Mrs. Roy Clemons and Edward Burns were guests of I
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Welty of :
C.R, early summer wedding on Monday. grandson Ronnie Norman, Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves in
?T Johnson is a medical is planned. The will Pompano, Mr. and Mrs. HayWard difference between
_patient in North Florida be performed by ceremony her cousin, Mrs. Barry Ward and visited Mrs. Clemon's son-in- Palm Beach the past three Miss Louise Stern and Mrs. courtship and marriage Is ,
Leon Conner and sister, law and daughter, Mr. and weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Reeves
Regional Hospital.Mrs. the Reverend K.J. Parsons, family of Cocoa Beach. Lucille Eddy attended the the difference between the
Mrs. Edith Hutcheson Mrs. Jimmy Newman is brought Mrs. Wilson and Mrs.
pictures in a seed catalogue I
Jr.. at the home of her Luzier Festival of Beauty in
Carl Mathews grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Norman Wynnof attended the 1976 Legislature Pompano last week. They Burns home Thursday and Pensacola Friday to Sunday and what comes up.James.
Trailride in Tallahassee were accompanied by Mrs. remained until Saturday.
: :underwent surgery Tuesday William C. in Orlando were last Wharton
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Local) Youth ArrestedFor Best ChosenTo

I' Ellis MurderA CompeteFor

Starke juvenile arrested instrument. Sheriff Reddish
Thursday, April 22, for the said. HonorsRobert
Oct. 13. 1975 murder of I lIa Investigation of the crime
Ellis has been released into scene revealed no evidence of

the custody of Gainesville rubbery or any other type k 2 'f Bradford High( Robbie honor) Host student!a,
relatives after a detention crime in connection with the .
hearing before county judge murder 1 has been chosen from among
Klzie: Sanders. :Mrs. Ellis: and tier husband '4 seven BUS seniors to compete
The 17-year-old youth was ('."; Ellis a former Dade May 11 with high school
I placed in the Alachua County County policeman, moved to seniors from seven area
Juvenile Detention Center the 1t I-acre farm from Miami counties in the ITT Ka.vomer
prior to the Friday morning nbout 20 ears ago. Mrs. Kllis: I Foundation Timber County
hearing and charged l with first had lived alone in a house on Scholarships.
degree murder according to the farm since her husband's N.Irs. The ITT Kavonier
Bradford County Sheriff death about three years ago. scholarships are 011'ellr
Dolph Keddish. The suspect grants of$750 and $:.173 (dollars.
will now( remain in relatives Students from Baker
custody until coming to trial, 11lt; Old 1V/nf/l Bradford. Columbia
either in juvenile court or ; Gilchrist. and St. Johns
circuit court, depending on r L--;; :\ P.ive'' Shuford :Mrs. Drew" Reddish." Mrs. J.R. KIte" 1\1r'iI.ouln Redding and :Mrs. Olin White" counties. )Florida and Camden
>"' installed" the" lIospltal\u'lliliary mel"t1ngtmulay" night. and Charlton counties
certification as an adult (II-r) were ut :
Mrs Ellis, 68I as found Georgia; will compete lit ITT
dead in the front yard of her ( Hospital Auxiliary Holds InstallationAnd Itayomer headquarter May t II I r ,
home iff Urounlce Road on tar the college grants
Rising Road about five miles Scholarships are awardedby
outside the city limits Awards Meeting Monday Night ITT Ka>omer annually to
Autopsy reports at the time "Ihe only thing better thana outstanding students
revealed she had been struck close friend is a generous graduating.! from high .>l'hIK.ls
:Mrs I Dave Shuford was Mrs. Charles Darby the doctor's nurses and' and living in counties where
mi the hl'adI ith a blunt friend. installed president of the installed the following officersto hospital staff.Preceding Hayomer has significant -
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Auxiliary at the general president-elect, Mrs. Drew and business" meeting a Candidates are judged I on the _..
covered dish supper meeting Reddish; first vice.president, covered dish dinner was basis of scholarship, '
:Monday night in the Methodist :Mrs. A. C. Basford; second served. The head table was leadership and financial need. : 1"I,.
erfuv1fro' h'cllowship hail.HvsIis'rs \ icepresidentIrs! JR centered with a springarrangement :: .
ji Kite: recording secretary of lavender .
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a""'"' -
.. I Sf>r d lip !Mrs Pam .Fischer: yellow and white pompoms '\:: ,." ._ i-"_ _
corresponding secretary.Mrs. and daisies Mrs Shuford ,and 4
(hi 15aotograpltvl / Louin Redding; !Mrs. George; Hobeits Sr LAIU. _' ,
Mrs. Olin White. served as hostesses4H
"" treasurer :Mr. and :Mrs. :Michael :Moore
Julia'sfor !Mrs. 1\1..F llazen awards
.-l i / .\ hoard chairman presented a past
president's pin to !Mrs. J R News Carolyn Winfree and
Tl'rryIlters Photographyof Kite and service pins to the 47
p Gainesville was recently active m'mbl'rslho have put Twenty-five "-4-H'ers tnt to Michael Moore Repeat
selected to serve on the in 4.719 accumulated hours in Ocala to compete Saturday
713 Professional Advisory the past year.Besides April 2". in District (Kvents;
Committee of Lisle Vows April 1 17 In
Ramsey putting voluntary Three of these came back as LawteyMiss
Photography a St. Louis hours at the hospital the DistrictI winners !Drew
based I firmI provides members have put on money Andrews. :Michelle Stilwell I : Carolyn HenjeWinfree. and blue carnations The three
professional I finishing and making projects with a and Susan Douglas All are daughter of :Mrs tiered wedding cake was
-=-rr- management consulting rummage sale. bazaar juniors from the Brooker 4.It !Mary Winfree of Charleston.W topped with a bride and
services to professional hamburger booth at the Fair club. \'a and :Michael DojleMoore groom :Mrs Cia>'\\v Tudor cut
photographers hospitality shop (gift shop) in Other 4-H'ers who son of :Mr and :Mrs the cake
LOVELY MOTHERS :Members of the advisory the hospital lobby and participated Saturday are William. Fredl'rick1N.rt': of The punch table was
committee report, wedding maintained l the coffee, soft Tasha Livingston. Lynne LateIt'r(> united! in ('ut'rt'dlllh a white l.ue
photography, procedures that (drink! and cracker machinesat Waters. Tammy Baldree. marriage April 17 at 5 p m on cloth and l'PIII'n'dllh .1
Select From Lovely nave been successful for them the hospital. Tina Baker Sandy Douglas. Robblt'Best the lawn ut the home of the silver punch bowl I encircled
and submit t their photographyfor With the money received Stacey Haves, Debra Roberts groom's jJllrt'nl with baby blue pompoms) and
Corsages evaluation by thecommittee's from these projects the Pat Welch. Gene Joyner Local county !selection Rev Ben P Bryant greenery
directors. Auxiliary' has bought Dollie Murner. Carol Fussell committees are composed l of performed the nuptials :Mrs John I llarlh kept t the
Intormation is then compiled draperies for the hospital Valerie Cason Paula Kay one school board member' a The couple repeated' I llu'ir' guest t hNlk'I tlll \\I'n'
Cut Flowers and released to all committee lobby draperies for the Anderson, Robert Carver, county representative Irom vows before an arch :Mrs T I. ('ase'\ JI'h, : s
members and other non- patients rooms and bathrooms Harold Waters Everett ITT Ka omer. and a decorated ith twin- blue Kathy Casey and :Miss! Pebble) :
cnmpetitors i in the old wing. draperies for Hayes. Betty Sue Rudd. community representative pompoms and gr'l'l'l1l'ry AndreltsF'olloVi :
Center Pieces WIlters.son of\lr.: and Mrs. the nurses station draperies Tammy Johns. Darla The l'ontt'stas to evervsenior flanked l h>' t two palm tret's illl wedding! trip to :
Jjmcs Peek of Starke. is a for the doctor's conference Roberts Deborah Green Jill in oath iipen high school. The pl'lS'rl..' marked with I),ii IlInl, I He.ich) t the couple 1 iv :
member ofVedding room and an addressograph hayes, and Penny Riggs. with 1 one count candidate! ( \\hihU\\s 1'('!>I<1a nl! in Uiwle>' ',
Plants Photographers of America machine for the hospital.The We are proud of all H'ers bring chosen after being :Mr and :Mrs Eddie Blaloik :Mr :\IIN'rl'( is i-mplovitl l b\
md has recently; published l Auxiliary also gave an \\hogave Ihelrdemonstrations required to write a paper organist and soloist, Owen Joist I Steel! I Ini
several photographs in Jack all day Christmas tea in Saturday. stating his goals and an presented a program .of
Curtis' wedding photography December in the conference Several parents and 4-H the nuptial I music
& Wire F/owers5/ ( intervieeby committee K-l School I
Ixiok Behind The Camera. room at the hospital honoring leaders accompanied their 4- Counll'lilldldll's will lxgiven .)llInll1I"url'( : attended( his
H'ers down to Ocala brother as best man l' hl'rs
CB a tour of the I ITT
EARLY ; ---- Other 4.II monthly news \\('rellkl': Patrick and ,1\\ i-il( I RegistrationSet t
Rjxorucr headquarters plantin
includes a report from the Fmi.imlm.i and will tx \\ IIItn' brother of (he bride
Open Sunday May -8:30: AM-2 PMJulia's :J'erl earLznj e oF 'J Brooker 4-H club given by the guests at luncheon hosted h\ :Miss :Marian, Howling/( Mav :3-7
club reporter. Jill hayes: The Ha.Mimer otlicials attended as Oil id of honor r
Brooker ".11 dub has over K5 lies! has a ::17 t honor Kllnlal'l'rugt' She wore dark blue and baby'
Florist ; Dog Grooming A young people enrolled :New at BUS lieI III blue Hour length halter style Students enlermg Uiadlord
{ leaders are needed expeciallymen graduate eighth in his class gown made of polvester w'nh I Counts St houls, t tor the I first i t' ..
Bathing Boys projects leadersare Hobble plans to a end Stetson short sleeve jacket She I time :.it I the 1 kin
224 Temple Starke. Fla. Delivery Service All Breeds needed in areas such as I'II'I'I'SI1Ihl'n. tudIhl' carried an arm bouquet/ of t Ilr t-tol'lldl' hot el nuiv icgisterM.IN
woodworkln'egetable ministry I He is president of bdb blue pompoms and white : ,(17 i in t the appropriateclementarv.
"schiM l during t the
gardening and horses If you the BUS I student t hod and carnations
404 W. Madison St. Starke > .
live in the Brnoker area and active in the honor sucietv :Mrs :Marvin Patrick and regular rlnml Ixiur-
Closed Sun. & Mon are interested' in helping ith :Mrs (Konnie Patrick attended accnrdmg to Mis I l.iuille
964-7711 1 Call For Appointment W()'IT( and i in t the First Hapti'sl; ,
Pavne ihrntoi 'It!
a project group please as bridal I attendants Thewere
(Next To Piggly Wiggly,) Church I IK'isii m'mlwroCthl' > ;
964-5221 contact Lowell Parrish at (W46554 ; I ISI75-7B\ : basketball I and gowned similar to I the curriculum
Ll'IPJ'L :3 18.6 10 : or :Mrs St"nleGreen' at taseI.iIh teams at BUS honor attendant and carried To enter \kiiulerg.uten .1 i
485-I 14.1. ... the same I lowers child must 1 be liv>' "''III" old on
Tammy Baldree reports Kven:'' : if >-II"r';; ;on t the'right I The bride wore an empire I or I It-lore .Kiiuiarv i I I I1''"" and
that (the to entei I lirst i gradi(! a thild i
Hampton 4-11 club track .vou'll l get run over if M\le gown of organ/a over
mt't1: must( t 1 lie sivcar. old on' >a.,
on d.I"pnl 5, in the >ou just 1 sit there taffeta with long sheer sleeves
I Hampton Elementary School -,M-ill Rogers/ caught at the wrists with lace before ,.lanu.irv'\ I (l't7T
The -l-ll Rally Day was l'UttSppliIUl'S of laie and I Patents I .mil guardians ate
discussed. Tuentv-six 4 I H'ers I There is a sulficnc.v the sequins trimmed the gown reminded i i I t that "t-londa I i
and seven le dl'rsIt're world for man's IWPlJ'hulnnt I ll'rlul! (' cathedral: train 01( !Statutes icquire/ Ih.il I pupiS
present. A demonstration for man's gr'dlIohunclas" sheerest illusion bordered entering! sihoul l I tin t the I lirst i iI 1
presented by Gene; Jo}ner and Gandhi/ with lace was secured lo ,i I time i kmdeig.iilen l i I or I lirslgrade I
David Stone on how to make a lace headpiece She carried a must h.ivi- .1 i tiirth
gun rack Love looks I through a nosegay( of bah. blue lertil ic.ile m otlu-i iiiceptalile
For further information t telescope 1'11through a pompoms white miniature l m.ilnlr' pruol ,.t
about 4.11. contact Lowell m microscope carnations and babv 's breath birth "h\ll'I.It1 ,s i.iteim-'MI"
Parrish at \\164.6.>::i4 -Josh Billings. A !reception" w as also held on that the t hi,Iii h.i-, t ,,
the :Moore lawn CI Pill ill U flit'd Iihe' dl seast's mil
Home Grown The bride's table was senliiation n..I| iniiniini/alion(
SPRING l'O.t'rl'dIth a white lace 'I i (i a i I n) s I i (' i i "i i ni
YELLOWSQUASH cloth and l''nll'n'dllh in omimimcalilf, < hildhoml
arrangement ttt white mums diseases


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I Tornado Trackmen Qualify For Region

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from Milton the Baker District came III away track the high jump, three winning inches the will accompany him to the competition the top six placesin "They did a real good job, disappointment after making Starters Generators

meet a happy jumper' aftersetllng long shy of lump the record just ,and knowing Region II track meet each event will enter the but most of them are young it to state in cross-country two
a new district record in four of his BUS teammates tomorrow (Friday, April 30)) regional meet. Palatka South and had to double up after years ago as a sophomore. Alternaters
*1 in Winter Park. will take most of the district'sbig earlier events for the mile Hunsinger had the flu mid-
Baker crossed the bar at 6'6" winners, having taken top relay and weren't ready for season, which jurt his
4 iWAM to beat the standing district honors at district with 81.5 it," coach Howard said. training, explained the coach. for ears trucks, heavy equipment, you name it.

r record of 6'5.25". He hit the points. North Marion placed Half mile runners Frankie John Lewis, also a distance B&M
i sand at 21'6.5" in the long second with 77.5 Eastside Crews and Harold Waters runner looks to next year's
+ bL I jump to bring home two first made third with 66, Buchholz left the meet disheartened.also chances when he runs as a
w places in the district events. took 48 points for fourth place senior. Lewis ran with a Starter & Generator
i wr t Baker Is a natural jumper and Bradford County made 1 was disappointed for damaged leg in district and
standing just under six feet. fifth place with 25 total points. them. They ran real. well and didn't do his best coach 649 North Temple
IrM.'Wr He was a leading rebounderand had worked hard to get there, Howard said. In Back of
r The mile relay team got but the competition Greyhound Bus Station
scorer on the BUS was really It just gets tougher from
basketball team. bumped out of a regional meet tough," the coach hereout. You have to be in the Operated by Ed Green
The key to his success is in spot by three-tenths of a commented. top four to advance from
his take-off. Its the best of second in district competition Distance runner Kirk regional to state and you only
anyone I've seen, and I've needing 3:41,3: to pull into the Hunsinger, expected to placein get one chance," coach 4-29 5tchg S-27
seen a lot," said coach Grover sixth place position the district meet,also faced Howard said.

has Howard, adding in that his Baker .. .. -
deep spring legs, -
+ good timing and power.At ON ROUTS erJohn
rad the Palatka site of the Brown's ,
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meet Baker almost cleared
6'8" and coach Howard MOtllf NOME CtMTlX ;

anticipated completion of that If.-C BOX rasa Which Would c
jump at regional competition.
Joining Baker at the KEVSTONE.HEIGHTS. FLORIDA 56
regional meet will be Bobby You Prefer
Smith, a sophomore who took r s
third place in the discus throw
with his best distance this
season of 139'11". Keith
Carter, a junior, also qualifiedfor
the regional meet by
4/dD fiasr i| i>CS placing sixth in the discus -'

with a throw of 123'4.5"
*-*>i* fi,.iijLtfU.'u>*< David Carter will go to the

regional meet in the -140-yard
dash after taking third place
with a time of 53.4 seconds.
.NI Franklin Bell fifth place
winner in the 440 with a time !N nJd U
Sophomore discus man Bobby Smith twists Into his platter of 53.7 will also compete at the S:t''qv y % M
release he hopes 111 win him a place in state competitionat Showalter Field beginning at su70.n wl N
i w l2
the track tournament this weekend. ,rN.l
4:30: tomorrow (Friday, April

:Misfits Win 2nd TourneyStarke 30)"We). did the best we coulddo. we DO Repairs & Roof coatings Wide Selection Of 12 & 24 Wides

I was real proud of them
Misfits won their Cove A's took home the third because they are a really
second pre-season slow-pitch place trophy of nine entrants. young team commentedcoach
softball tournament by Howard.of .
playing through five teams Pitcher Fred Wheeler didn't the 12 teams {ft a fact... E L r.AMEAICARO;;
undefeated at the High give up II i run throughout the participating in district MD CKMETTIS
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Invitational tournament as top battlers .. M/MSIMrMXEA1/ .mlrl
Springs .... 64 _
Randall ;-, "' y. .r. .6-I.'f.ii'"
Tournament April 2526. Thomas and Lloyd : list m iioiiDt. M/vt/ir/ DISCOUNT sroitcsPRICCS I
A final score of 6-3 in the Cilpin; slugged the Misfits to .... ."'" HANDS! why? frittl/ _
alternoon lelt the \. in. jt ..
playoff Sunday
Florida Peanut Company of Misfits are now 6-0 in the ,or r
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VCu DistrictUnion '
Led Offers' 21 gridders returning, Spring practice is the time platoon again next year, but Charlie Revel 150 pound
; County lady netters the first two days of spring Tornado coaches use to its doubtful now they will be senior, right now has the
J-J..B Stark9bQ.,5 \ e. topped a 3-8 losing season by football practice have gone experiment. No one is able to as much as this past inside track for the decisive
\f-l.c.O\\\\ Name Brand earning five points against 11 exceptionally well because of overlooked, including last season. "We have to wait and cnrnerback slot. Revel has
,7 0 squads| competing for district all the experience on the field, season's 16 returning starters sec how some of the kids some experience there from
, honors in Gainesville April 16- says Bradford High grid "We've got a couple hands mature. If they do we will last season
17. couch David Ilurse full of good athletes. We've got (two platoon)." The team is complete with
Four of five top girls to find the best place for themto (I'Uyers Ilurse is countingon baseball over, except for four
fashion valuesfor advanced to the semifinals UIISNcttcraEarn] play" says the head next season to provide players Involved in the district
along with the number two Tornado. experience in addition to the track meet. I
doubles team, and accordingto "Whether they are starters starters Include five players "I'm sure practices will be '
coach Frank Yanossy, "did :3 PointsIn makes no difference. They'llbe who lettered last season: much improved when all the
all right" put where they can hold) the Waisel limes, an offensive boys are out next weeks'llurse
MotherShe'll \Lisa Moonoyham advanced club. A few will have to go guard at 1HO pounds, has some says Trackmen
from quarterfinal play with a District Play both ways.." experience and is being missing now include
li-4. B-4 victory over llamm of In a major experiment counted on to perform in his cornerback Franklin Bell,
Santa Kc However, Union' County men netters Ilurse this week has installed senior year. offensive !tackle Bobby Smith,
r 1\loonl'liam drew Donigan of picked up three points In the Houston Veer option -Sam Bennett 150 pounds, defensive end and offensive
BiK'hhoU. who went on to win district competition April l I6. offense. Senior quarterback and Dean Brown, 140, will see tackle Keith Carter, and
Love Our t-" the top-seeded singles spot 1H to tie for eighth among it: Jimmy Prevatt, a Ihree-year action at runmngback. Both defensive safety David
\' alter defeating her UIIS teams. letterman Is much improved, are small but do have Carter, up from sideline .
opponent i-0( (6-0 C'hris Lawson; Ilurse I says! experience from last season Allan Norman: Is this
picked a
Pant Suits i,11Walk'r; lopped Mary (point and moved out ot up till'Iluilrtt'r "It looks like he (Prevail)) is that will come I in handy l Ilurse week with an infected ear.
/) '. Suit on of Eastside to enter finals with going to be able to do the job "
4 r \\ a victory says.Theodore 1'111 sure t that t as each
; semifinal with Pittman. 140
over his Kastside; opponent 2- as an option quarterback. practice goes (on we're
Dresses i' ; V -i (6-0.:3-6.) ( 6-4 \\in. Walker lost to 6, fi-2, 7.6. Lawson then drew The BITS passing attack is pound senior, is a back with to see some going
+ p : 1 ) Rogers! of Gainesville High I R- number one seeded also looking pretty good, good speed who could developinto improvement.," 'oach llurheItradlord good
And 0. (i-0.. Gainesville; High player, who Ilurse says adding he intendsto a wide receiver for the sn)'!!.
LingerieBy ;, b/ ;Number; four seeded Sylvia dashed any hopes Lawson work on the passing game a Tornadoes
il. r Acosta managed a 6-2 6-2 win might have had (60. 6-I.\ lot this spring..
4 1r over Forrester of Santa Fe to "We want a wide open IIIIS.\in<> II"", IH"II :1.:1/" Snlnlislricl Try I
Such Famous Brands As advance in the tournament, ;Number; three seeded Jose attack\ next season" Coach
I: t then lost to Green of Buchholz Acosla moved into semifinal Ilurse says With Prevatt's A 13-3:) : shellacking( ill I he \ I I High pitchers I logo, (
BOBBIE BROOKS RUSS TOGS r 6-0, 62. play through default l b> experience and the speed, hands ol I Palatkll Central on lo tin- district at Pal.ilk.i
I I Ending !singles play Diane Chiefland, but met formidable power and experience of ('1a*s :HA sub'district b.iscb.ill Scull where Conlral un to
TE JO OF CALIFORNIA i Johnson beat Montieth of I liuchhulz player \\..Ison tor a fullback Jimmy Clark and |>\liyolfs; on Itradlord( I held iinH'1 (;Jreen' Cove Spring, inIn1
Chiefland 4 6, 6.2, 6.4 but also ti-o, 6-0 romping.. running back Andrew Carter last ThUl'sd.l1I.1..II'd anyhopes ( In'st t ihslm-l g.imePhoto
HANG TEN AILEENR drew a Buchholz contenderwho The number two doubles the Tornadoes can have one of the TlIl'li.uICll1iI11' had ofa ;
and M KAUFMANN l I downed Johnson 6-0 6-0 team of Greg Gunstrom and the best. backfields in many I winning season or makingthe
\ In doubles play Marion Acosta also advanced in the years, Horse says (district albums flip file THE
JANTZEN FRAYNE JO LESTER \ \Valmsley and Acosta pulled tournament picking up a With the experienced Central l banged out 1:1: hits OFFICE SHOP Ph. 964 5764.
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BUTLER Gerry Whitehead- found three strike- began with one out as on home on a wild pitch with the difference in the two
White cracked a ground rule outs in a row as PKY enteredthe Whitehead walked and was what proved to be the winningrun. ball games.Hilliard just made
double as the Union County sixth inning and stopped a moved to second when Danny However, Harold Esford too many mistakes, on
High nine faced two outs in the final scoring effort in the Hazen was intentionally brought Whitehead home on a covering the bases and I
bottom of the seventh inningto seventh with first base play. walked. Hazen then stole sacrifice fly to secure the win. backing their men up,"
boost the Tigers a 5-4 win The Tiger final inning rally second after Whitehead took "Pitching definitely made commented coach Stroemer.
over P.K. Yonge that gave third base on a steal.White's -
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them the Sub-District 3-2A game-winning
Lawson buntwwhaich Baseball title last Friday BHS GolfersInconsistent fence-rider then bounced out CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
contest take put him on base and ready to score In the sub-dfstrlct title afternoon of the PKY outfielder's glove
Friday afternoon
In Lake Buller, The win evened the score for and over the fence.
PKY and UHS, which have The Tigers defeated Jasper
played six games this season ; Wednesday night and Hilliard Let us explain
Union Runners SecondIn with three wins each. It also Thursday night in the six- energy
lifted the Tigers to a 25-4 team tourney to earn the spot
season as both teams advanceto Lose 2 TestsBradford against P.K. Yonge. saving system.
the District 3-2A "All year long I've been
tournament Thursday and High golfers let telling my boys that if we play .
Suwannee CompetitionLAKE ,Friday at City Island Park in two more matches slip away good defense and score five -" -
Daytona. this week to enter the District runs, we'll beat anyone we COMPLETELY
.... Lake Butler meets 3 high school tournament play. It just so happens we
Jacksonville Episcopal at 4:30: Friday at Lake City, with a 9- scored five runs in each of
BUTLER Sturdied meet with a height of 6'2". The long jump, leaping 20'5.5". Thursday afternoon, followedby 10 win loss record. these ball games," said coach '
by the versatility of several jumper also took first in theNorman's Ce placed thirdin PKY's clash with Daytona "It's the same old story. I Stroemer. INSTALLEDS149Q
point earners, the Union the high jump with 5'8" and Beach Episcopal. can't get four people to play
County High track team took a Alexander Blount took fourth "Both P.K. Yonge and Lake good golf at the same time,"" STRIKE ONE
firm second place among six Farm with a jump of 5'7". Butler are stronger than these said coach Warney Adkinson Lake Butler, P.K. Yonge
teams in the Suwannee UHS also took first In the two teams. I wouldn't be after the losses to Orange and Hawthorne advanced into
Conference track meet here. Sets Pre-Season pole vault with a 9'6" hoist by surprised if the two of us Park at the Starke Golf and the semifinal round of sub-
last Friday, April 23. Joel Alvarez. Calvin Brown played a seventh game this Country Club and to Lake City district competition
The Union County squad placed second with a 9'6"jump season,""predicted UHS coach there. Wednesday. Lake Butler
now prepares for district Softball TourneyNorman's missing first place by Terry Stroemer. Orange Park came out on downed Jasper 5-0 as pitcherBill ((2-TON SYSTEM)
competition to be held at the toppling the bar in a However, said Stroemer, top by 10 strokes Monday Hemme picked up his 16th
University of Florida track in Farm ladies preliminary jump. Eugene Jacksonville Episcopal\ has a"decent" afternoon as the two teams win of the season against two .
Gainesville tomorrow softball team will host a pre- Maxwell earned the fifth place pitcher which might tallied finals rounds of 164154. losses. plus any .c..aryeclrical
(Friday, April 30)). season Invitational spot with a jump of nine feet. give the Tigers some troublein Wade Winkler shot a twoover.par Hemme pitched five inningsof ./ work
"I should qualify at least tournament this weekend, Tiger runners missed the semi-final game 38 for the Tornado the Jasper contest, strikingout
seven runners for state," beginning Friday night at gaining several points in the Thursday afternoon. The nksters, Matt Merres seven and giving up two(
predicted first year coach Ron : meet through disqualificationin Jacksonville team is a little recorded a 39 and Scott hits. Whitehead finished the
McPhail after the Suwannee 7:15.The number two national the UHS sprint medley weak with its starting catcher Roberts followed closely game, allowing one hit and
Conference performance.Joe team will join three other relay team. Chiefland took the hurt and in the hospital, behind with a 40. Damaging snaring three strike-outs. SAVE $$ ON
Lewis Thomas should be Jacksonville squads and top spot with a time of 2:06.5: Stroemer said. strokes for the BHS team were "Both of them pitched an
one oft those to qualify for statein teams from Gainesville, although UHS put together a In the six games against dealt by Lee Casey and Gene outstanding game, said the
the district competition fora Loesburg, St. Petersburg and time of 2:04.8: but the Tiger PKY, the Tigers have Tanner, who tied for fourth coach. "It was a solid defenseby YOUR ELECTRIC
second time in the high Macclcnny for a total of 12 runners failed to make an outscored their opponents 44- place with 47's. everybody."
jump. Thomas earned first teams. Host team Norman's exchange of the baton within 31, despite the 3-3 split that Lake City also took the Fred Clemons had three hits BILL
place in the high jump duringthe Farm plays first at 9:45: the 22-yard lane designated.Top gave PKY the conferencetitle. upper hand 168.154 Tuesday as including a double and Gerry
Suwannee Conference Friday night.A score in this and other Tornado golfers tried to "feel White went one for three witha
.............................. $1 admission pass for the events boosted Chiefland into UHS had nt errors to PKY'sone out" the site of the district double which drove in two( Carrier new "SUPER
three-day event will be sold at the winners' circle in the meet in Tday's deciding tournament. runs. l IIII I
have it E" unit it also
Frogs easy. They the gate. Play will continue all with/ 138 total points. Union game. Pitcher Tim Whitehead Herres and Casey tied for Lake Butler racked up two new Itlmnlluln''
can eat what bugs them. day Saturday and finals of the County took second place with gave up seven hits and PKY low BHS score with 40 strokes errors in the game, but the available. Demand to Ilp pHll lllll-
-Council Bluffs, Iowa winners bracket begin at 12:15: 83.5 and P.K. Yonge placed pitcher Randy Blitch gave up apiece and Roberts and coach said the mistakes did 5 efficiency comparison
NonpareilAll Sunday afternoon. third with 50 points. five for a fairly even pitching Tanner managed 44 licks eachto not hurt the team's before you buy. III III )
This is the first tournamentof Hawthorne, Newberry and battle, except Blitch could round out the top four, in the performance. Carrier beat them all 1 n
in favor of
conserving the season for Norman'sFarm Williston also took part in the find no strike-outs in the Lake match. Winkler shot :a 45,
gasoline, raise your right which was the 1975 Suwannee Conference meet. Butler line-up. which was not recorded as STlUKETWO up to 70% depending
foot. state runner-up. L.W. Cummings put Harold Esford swung a a part of the score. Hemme raised his en the brand.
together a few points for UHS grand-slam homer out of the Tee-off of the district victorious season to 17-2,
I I in the 440 yard dash with a allowing only four hits antstriking
stands in the first inning, tourney is at 9 a.m. Friday, as
second-place time of 52.3 driving home Jimmy Mobley, 11 area teams vie for a placein out 10 Hilliard batters
seconds. Cummings also ran who got on base with a the state tournament. Thursday night, bringing the
\ with Alex Blount, Joe shortstop error and stole one, Bradford has played all but team's season record to 244.
Thomas, and William Tim Whitehead, who singled two of the teams entered. One Errors accounted for the .
Highland in the 880 relay and Danny Hazen, who was girls' golf team from Orange Tiger's ability to pull out of a '
.. event, pulling out second witha Intentionally walked to fill the Park, which will not face any 3-3 mid-game tie for a 5-3 win.
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district is quite as strong as
STEAKS ALL THE WAY $115 we are," McPhail said. h4a

Chiefland will not participatein YOU RIAD ABOUT IT IN _
Turkey 75' this district meet, he added. y
: Hamburger 60 Auction oSTARKE
I - - 10 Miles S. Of Starke
Cheeseburger 65CSuper Foot Long Dogs 70't Siter ft
1 Vt Miles N Of Waldo
Cheeseburger,11', Foot Long Chili ,i WA DO

Ham 75'Roast or Slaw Dog 80 I g ",q.. J. 15 Miles GainesvilleGAINESVILLE N. Of

Beef 75 Seaboy Sandwich 80' HAWTHORNE (Just Across From

Corned Beef 75 Fish Sandwich 65 Waldo Flea Market)

French Fries 30'
Hot Dogs 50'Chili
Onion Rings 50'
or Slaw Dogs 55 50' -OWNER TERMS 20% down and up to 20 years to pay at lYaaUCU'
Grill Cheese
OJHO. EaEthRvailable Purchase Price Down Pmt. Mo. Pmts. Years

Corn Dog 50' Shrimp Dinner t225SHAKESOver32Flavors O FtN''' \. 2000.00400.00 '2525qo 7 Yrs.
2500 10 Yrs.
ananged 2500.00 500.00
COLD DRINKS ,pp OOWr paymelAs 3000.00 600.00 13 Yrs.

SO' 6070' 2S' 3S' 45' e 101\110\11\ BUDGtt 3500.00 700.00 $2500 17 Yrs.

If You Failed To Order Your Graduation 400O.OO 800.00 5.
0 Cards Or If You Find
Invitations and -
HOME BREWED ICE TEA It's Something You Can'tAfford
You Need More We Can Supply You
20'30' -40
To Miss!!
GIANT SIZE 48 oz. 80

SUNDAES yfc BANANA SPLITS All Orders Must Be In By May 1st.
If you want to own your own piece of land. you can!
60s-70 HUPP- 806 $1 They Will Be Ready In About 10 Days.

65 75 I GIANT| SIZE| 48 oz. .S225

ICE CREAM CONES 25' -35' -45' Bradford After Hours 468-1944 or 481.3428
County Telegraph



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Pages TELEGRAPH April 29.1978LAWTEY _... .

By Elizabeth Terry

Church of God: Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.n 1
Prayer Meeting Tuesday at
7:30: p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30:
p.m. i
Evergreen: Baptist: Sunday LI'
School 10 a.m. Worship
Services 11 a.m. and 8:30: p.m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 _

p.m.Faith Baptist Church;
Radio Program over WPXE
Starke 8 aim Sunday Bible
School 10 a.m. Worship
Services 11 a.m.and 7:30: p.m
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at QUICK TANNING SYLVANIA
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Pepsodent
Grace United Methodist: TAN IN 3 "
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. : 5P11 T05HOIJRS INSIDE FROST T1J
Worship Services 11 a.m. and WITH OR QT
7:30: pm. Choir Practice 7 WITHOUTTHE
Wednesday p.m. United MYF 8 pm. SUN + LIGHTBULBS New Formula !

The United Methodist LOTION
Women met at the home of 4 4u.mwun
Mrs. Mae Wells on Tuesdaywith OuickTann+ng BYCOPPERTONE ;,' PEPSODENT
12 present. Mrs. George ANACIN
Roberts presided. Mrs. Frank T
Coss gave the devotional and 60-7 5-100 WATT TOOTHPASTE
Mrs. Olin the program which TABLETS 2 OZ. LIMIT ONE REG. $1 84
was a missionary film Mrs. 100
Wells and her co-hostess Mrs.
Frank Coss served a delicious

luncheon.Highland Baptist: Sunday FAST '
School 10 a.in. Worship cs d 09
PAIN 50Z.,
Services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at RELIEF! 119 '" BULBS LIMIT
.Northside Baptist: Sunday HEADACHE COLDS.
School 10 a.m. Worship BODY ACHE
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m I 4 iUliJ
I'ra'er Meeting: Wednesday at LIMIT ONE

Kindergarten registrationwill
begin on Monday. May 3.
All parents who will have \.' '
children that will be 5 years
old before January 1, 1977 are MODEL 2150 3i KEYSTONE 115X .\i'
requested to come in duringthe LIME-LIMIT 1 GALAXY
week of May 3-7 to pick up 11 OZ. REG MENTHOL.
the necessary registrationforms. OSCILLATING : ; CAMERA REG
McID 12.99
Class pictures were takenWt'dnesday rro NOXZEMA SAVE I IrsM ?: :
April 21.They will nw, 12 INCH 3OUTHTFAN ; ..' .
be available m three or four

Today ends the fifth six ;Vs':*" CAMERA. FILM. z
weeks of school Reports will .
m m
mm-m ti"t''
tie issued Wednesday, May 3 SPEEDULTRABAN ; -

12 1 5 OZ.-LIMIT ONE

.'tusn.: \\IJMr Q9U1E9T
: and :Mrs\ David 794 1 REG 9UBE9 .
Stephens are the proud II 29 99 2 6 '' 'f 9 ;
parents of daughter Shalene lltl ANTI. e ;t

f Kluabeth.Shards: hospital.born April Gainesville 18 in ROLL-ON PERSPIRANT .:)i -,

(Grandparents are :Mr and
Mrs: Manuel: Stephens ofIarke. I I"
and :Mr and Mrs. .
James Kanmard of Hampton TUBE SHAMPOO-LIMIT TWO RIVALCAN .,1. }
Itrapf"kr 4 OZ : :
Mr: and Mrs: lIermie Kelly '.' .' POLAROID '- 'tI-

visited lidkc-r:Mrs Countursln:Miss:Maude Enza: Blanchardand Howe Home at \\I ( HEAD & FRAGRANCE NEW OPENER !&:: :::: SX70frl REG trr".

mil their cousin. Carr Colley 99.95

uf.ifternoon. :\1 acclenn. .' on Sunday SHOULDERS .,. AND ; CAMERA kl'. '". F.

Barry Lee Walls spent ;;',':'f:: MODEL 3 !:
:Monday through Wednesdaywith JUICER .!:'i:
CJ .:
his grandmother, :Mrs :.':; PICTURES DEVELOP ,.,..
Ut'ssie: Mails and uncle and NO PINS NEEDEDI-LIMIT ONE /I .S j ''',. BEFORE YOUR EYES t:)::.
,. .
.unl.Ir.: and Mrs. G C 9 : _....
stanely of Crescent CIty. ,.../.'" t....oJ".
Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall PAMPERS 19 ... .... .'" t'
Jr and family spent several 1 1599 99 ;
days visiting friends in 69 rt3 /
Melbourne: They also stoppedto DAYTIME 30'sBY . REG f
see Pastor Hall's father. a 1999 :::. :;, ;
James K lldll. and :Mrs .",.. :
Mall's pnrl'ntos.lr: and :Mrs. : .

Beach KT. \andrsddll of Ormond DEPREE 100 CT TABLETS LIMIT 1 #PCC4 ;. ';:f:-

:Mrs Louise spent I low two ell dayswith ofLirooksville T Ws! THERAGARD MVITAMINMINERAL 69 PRESTO j 18 INCH .

her couSins.Mr: and Mrs.

Oscar relatives Carter and other 4 QT. PRESSURE ?); TOTEBAG J

Deepest sympathy of the '..
community is extended to the '80.' .. COOKER r./Y/ .
Dinkins family and other :
relatives due to the death of '- : :
I'aul L Dmkias on Friday. LIMIT ONE RETAINS VITAMINS 'a
:Mr\ and :Mrs llermie Kelly r\t: '
brought Miss Arthurme NINE STYLES *0811 :: t
Klanihard home Wednesdayfrom "a GIRL 94 j .. .
HOUR ,.'
Calhl'draillealth Center :.-.
She is RUGGED BAG ': "
of Jacksonville. 9 I99
continuing to improve daily 149 WITH SIDE
Ocala:Mr and:Mrs were Dee Thursday Sheldon of i EYE POLISH 'f, POCKETSPOLISH X;

afternoon guests of Mr. and /li HOuR,! 99 REG. S16 99 ?'
:Mrs Oscar Carter
Deepest sympathy of the ( 10 CT 12 HOUR RELIEF -LIMIT ONE

community family of John is extended Q. Godwin"to the of DELUXE 7 OR INCH ."' 16X16 INCH :..,:;:;
Lakeland and to the Harold CONTAC ;
Eunice; family and other
relatives due to his death on 4 PAINT TRAY # ;
; .
:Mrs :Myra Itol ruse spent the AND .: .. 399 .:':'. irt
weekend with" :Mr and :Mrs
Tom Butler of Sanford. ,77' J TABLE 5
The late Isaac and / ROLLER :;
:Margaret :Norman family will 'Jv? DURABLE ''o.r
: I
celebrate their family reunion : :
Sunday Community May: 2 at Center11 Lake Butler MEN'S VINYL \ ".' :/<* *4ICi HARD PLASTIC yr.nyvcWHITE ;

relatives and friends are & ; n
united to come. CASUAL SHOES7 4{ .
:Mr\ and :Mrs Phil Eunice of YELLOW :.;,-
Graham :Mrs Harold Eunice /'/ .. 199 :..!!.!. .+' 299 :"
and Gene and Julius Eunice CUTEX WHITE OR JASMINE -
attended the funeral of :\Irs.unice's C :\j: ft:;
: brother at Lakelandon .
a .,'..
REG .:4 :
Wednesday : If.' :
Bertha Stuckey NAIL POLISH 99 ... '.
:Mrs spent 4 5 99 .: ..
tlol.Ol.'ks in St. Vmcents ......; -:'. .
HospiUil. Jacksonville Her REMOVER t" ,......: 1 .
in.law and CHOICE! >
sister- daughter r-!
:Mr\ .and :Mrs Joe Harley and OF : /
r # 174344 QT. i$;:\w
famil)' and son m-law and -' ,:;Ef
daughter. :Mr and :Mrs 4j THE LOOMBRIEFS ',; c OR #101 ROUND '.V.:.
WayneIJssey:Mrsane: Gustafson and family of ARGENTINE WOOD ;.i'l SWING TOP *'(;::1

Green Cove'Springs. :Mrs Bill THONGS & : ..
Dobbs and Chris and her ..1, 'j WASTE I ..
brother. J :M :Mitchell of .::'j,.
Jacksonville the : f1.
weekend w ith their spent sisters and REG 4 99 AND COMFORTI f-;1: J BASKET | '. ,
brother in St. Paul. Va.. and 6OZ. kf -,..".'::4 IJ'!:
other points LIMIT ] ."j' ;
Col. and :Mrs AI Vette and
Col and Mrs: Hubin Moody: of ONE 99 ; PAK t REG.
Cocoa Beach were house 3 299 ,, *M 289 1" !.' '
guests of Col. and Mrs: & AND : I..
William Wilson during the 'OF111E 299 :
week }y. 3.39 y t. ;
Timmy Wilson spent a week :" .
with his brother-in-law and
sister ;Major and :Mrs James
r 1 t
/ t t 1
I 1
Dougherty and family of I 1
V.' Pane !II P


I" Itt __ -.. "WIo, ,AA TWICETHE nprn'L9, 1978 TELEGRAPH 9THE
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PRINTS FUJI Mary lIuyesttend4!

Get an extra set of 1 When you pick up your CUUB WorkshopApril
a Tops of Alabama
.,\ prints with every roll 1 1 Il developed film and Regional Education Service
of color or black and prints buy two rolls of Agency Workshop was held In
Huntsville Alabama and was
film developed 1 Kodacolor or black and attended by Ms. Mary Hayes,
printed white film for the regular Special Service Coordingatorfor

A.white AND EVERY ." price of one TODAY The CUBB keynote Head speaker Start. Mr.

AND EVERYDAY Bryant Tudor, Office of
Human Development,
Department of HEW in

4 -I -M / I _i r 26 Atlanta participants addressed from a group Florida of

Georgia Alabama
Tennessee Kentucky and
South Carolina. Dr. Kyo Jhin
Director of TARESA, has held
CLAIROL 12 OZ. POP-TOP CANS ::1r three consecutive workshopsto
Home Start and Head Start
REG. OR DIET #2310 Programs throughout the
asa .... United States. He also gave:
FINAL NET : ::+ insight on proposal writingand
KRACO 23 CHANNEL Home Start mobilization.
.,... PEPSI Many useful ideas were
INVISIBLE gained and will be
"CB" MOBILE implemented in the local Head



1 i 1i | SPEAKER VIEW LIGHTED METER 9 9 April Four Schofield 15 -. Barracks Stephen Army Specialist, Hawaii J.

SIX FOR Wojciechowski whose wife
92 ASSTD. Debra lives in Like Butler
PAK 99' AND RECEIVING SIZES was assigned April 8 to the
REG. 25th Infantry Division at
i TRANSMITTING- 119.95 Schofield Barracks. Hawaii
LIMIT LIMIT 2 Spec. Wojciechowski is a
4 8.O2 UNSCENTED REG ONE SIX PAKS KRACO KA2400 REG mechanic in Company B of t hedivision's

kCB ANTENNA . 2995 ..19' Battalion. 725th lie entered!Maintenance the
Army in !May 1974 and
completed basic training! at
1111 Ft.\ Dix. N.J.
I I'' I ; II


wL 'REG 1 69 .y' I V \ RAID if > SELF PROPELLED i; hi ,tacr.msHALL'S MENTHOLYPTUS
NESTEA Valdosta. Ga.
I I liULtlfNestea .v' 1, ANT AND yPOWER; MOWER t' COUGH DROPS camped Mr. and Friday!Mrs. Larry night Norman near

' f' ICE TEA .... 3.5 H.P. BRIGGS & STRATTON ,'M:}.; r Ocklawana River und spent
'' .
'I jr.y rd"' ;;: MOTOR-REG. 139.88 \t.: WITH VAPORs Saturday fishing on the river
'! ; "j 1 ROACHKILLER ;' ,; ';'fo.1 ACTION 49 Mr and Mrs. F.L. Roberts
1 !! + 22 IN. CUT. .H= of Jacksonville visited their
:+r MIX s ;'r: jr REG. 59'I
brother in-law and
I .: :: sister. Mr

I t r"'t ] BIG 24 OZ JAR V :I' 9f":;..f. .. and Saturday Mrs.evening.Mr. J.C.. Tye. on

iced tea =./'r .. >. >-}:..' ,:," ] 099 t. !: DETERGENT DISPENSING Sparkton. and of Mrs.St. Augustinewere Edward
mix* WITH -, 'T" Saturday guests of ('01.
r *>1 AND LEMON 1 49 / i: L AEROSOL 16 OZ 1 19. tfj {I \ DISH WASHER and Mrs.Mrs.Maines William Griffis Wilson.and

SUGAR : \. REG 1 45 j.' GRASS $799 "i:';; CB HANDLE FILLS children and Mr. and :Mrs.
;y J I... _' J' CATCHER. l*>:,.i \ I WITH LIQUID!! Virgil Palatka Griffis and Mr.and Robert children Smith of
'.,, .i%. REG. 9 99 DETERGEN7REG. and girls were Sunday dinner
REG. 9B'r.
: .. ..4" / guest of their mother. Mrs
,! -
.. : : 2 H.P. GASOLINE : Nellie Wilkinson and sister.
} :.; RUBBERIZED CANVAS t"t" Mrs. Daisy Boch.
(;( ....s.., i';, Mrs. Pierce Crews was, a
.. SURF RIDER .j. i J;; POWER EDGER DOOR MAT Thursday overnight guest of
'f .. .A WITH'CRAB ROPE ; ,, T ;f, BRIGGS &! STRATTON MOTOR t+ : ,. her son and daughterinlawMr.
.( 1'_.4.. :.,.' ;. ;.;. '. ,4 CYCLE REG. 1O9 97 .'a., MADE OF TOUGH COCOA FIBER and Mrs.. W.S. Crews'of,
REG \. Jacksonville.Mr.
;.f. :;.
"'.: '. _I. 197 ::: \-. ..;, :; : Breslin and and Mrs.Elizabeth George of

.,,,;'vI.: t'k I: 9 9 .-:::::::.. --=- t.I';#. 99.J; .. REG 79 Jacksonville were Saturday
:. ... 88 '
f''.;'.'.'. .h6l INl.... AL. !'. ';''. 5 : .,.t \ 2.39. overnight Mrs William guest Wilson.of (01. und
J'.. PURPOSEOROPll f V- p '
: x :Mr and :Mrs. Uiic) Mohlcv
,J r .! ty-
-- 16 99 -
:.,;' fABU REG *. .<> !!!"""" ': ".'"--'.,.-. ,"" ;+,':' went with their son-in-law .and
n'i 1 FOLDING ';; '" "'':" ; l FOLDS daughter.: and :Mrs Jerry
Vogler and family, to the
;: PICNIC 9 "SIA CHAMP" = 13505 ; ,-, ;<; ;fix. EASILY! CAMP STOOL rodeo at Alachua where their
: 139 I::; WISS daughter. Katrina rode und!
; :''': SWIM '- ', ; .:i won in the Santa Ke High

.:t: TABLE {.f' -- ;i-: : ;? GRASS SHEARS 1: WOODEN STOOL School Mrs. Rodeo.James Dougherty und

MASK WITH CANVAS sons of Valdosta, Gu brought/
'I rt' :.:" :.d 'r.r
..,, ]149
,... !.- WIDE VIEW ; ; SEAT her brother. Timmy Wilson.

.,. *.'."M .'I, .'a..: SAfETYIENS 1 99 .".-..':)...", FLOATING I I 99 .1"J-;:;}'., ;;. REG. 1 79 home Sunday.from Valdosta on
I.11. s :;. REG 299 REG ;:-1.' BLADE 2 ,. !Mrs. Wayne Hardee and

I.'.:, : ;4;': SEA-BREATHER =E 1375 19 ':,tt.:7; ACTION REG 'QUICKI'' rT1 .. children Mrs. Thelma visited her Carter mother of

f.l SNORKEL 99 L"l399 TRIM" 1MA1M00 MILDEW DISK afternoon.Mr Maxville.. on Saturday

't}': METAL STOWAWAYMODEL :J p STOPS MILDEW MUSTY of!Worthington and Mrs. Waldo Springs Pringle were

FOLDING ZEBCO XRL-37 SPINNING 3INCH X 50 FT. ODOR guests of their sister. :Mrs.
"ll., :. ..... .-. :..... EACH DISK Pierce Crews on WednesdayMrs.
'0' .
.. .. Gertie Eunice and her
GRILL ; 59'
REEL GARDEN NOSE" daughter Mrs. Connie Mosle
:f' (f ALUMINUM :. t ;. -ra.aw m wmew REG 99C and her daughter ,'isltedIrs.! .
BODY AND Eunice's uncle and aunt !Mr
';' 'SETS-DP' AND .. .. .. COWL '!:,........ .ii and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on
".' -J t1'to:; afternoon.Mrs. .
?:: : JUST4T05SECONDS. 169 ;4< : ': 8 99 -\ 1r, > 59 9 1. PLASTIC 21/2 QT. sister-in-law. Joyce Phillips Mrs. and Hilda her

.. ..
: REG 1 99 Woodward of Largo spent
':. "' :
: REG '-: i.t! :
;. ". \WATERING CAN Friday through Sunday with
? i 11.88 her mother Mrs. C.R. Crews.
1 \Y' ,.
i".r LIMIT
r",. 1... .... Mr and Mrs. Wesley
.Of' ;
Thomas and of Live Oak
.. < 50 QUART FOAM I; rL V -"I l-'l =.li<; SPRING SHOWERS REG. 7.88E100 j. ;. 1I REG.1 o 39 9 9 were parents.Sunday! Mr Jay and guests!Mrs of Fred their

\ CHEST .:;f' E-211 ONE PIECE ;'r.+ OSCILLATINGSPRINKLER ->:<: !Moore.Mr. and !Mrs. Earl Teston.
w, Jerry. Michael. Cathy and
;! ?: SUPER ROD : I Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Teston and Palm. Mr. and
.. .M'1 FOR PICNICS., <"-. ', ., !Mrs. Randy Hayes and David
.'.:', CAMPING V:::< STAINLESS STEEL }; Games of Starke attended a
;;J OR PATIO'f' GUIDES. WITH THE 9 9 = ; : / family gathering at the homeof
: .. ''.__; SUPER ROD GUARANTEE ONE LIMIT 7 ,,'=';' 5M/8SHi !Mr. and Mrs. Baker and
wr '-.11.: r=.:. 'y I family of Sanford on Easter
Sunday There were 23
: ; ; ao ,. ; REG 11 99 .:. .x present.Friends.
EpGE1T of Warren
Boatright regret to learn that
; ; NON-SUP RUBBER r 1;, ORTHOkvr PEST "' he is a patient in Veterans
1T .'. -: .1'w FOR BATH ..t-. 1 Hospital at Lake City. Our
; 3.59 ,. OR SHOWER BATH MAT ;/ : .0'0' prayers are with him.
a :
. ; .... .. ."'.. .......-. 8 Mr. and !Mrs. Claud North
.. tr .-. REG.1 1 149'' B-GON and family of south

f; : :\\l : i( '_ .:::./ WITH Jacksonville afternoon spent with Sunday their

. .!....,' SAFARI ..... .... ,; :.: INSECT 8 grandparents.! and Mrs.
: J.F. Robertson.
r't... '' .y 119 {. ::. BAIT ]129 Pastor and !Mrs. Jim Hall.
Jt.r FLUORESCENT rb : ,..::,}..:; REG LIMIT I WITH. COUPON SA EkPq I E.L S Jr., and family had as Sunday
: 1 99 dinner guests their father
'.) 1 ; :,;;y: .. James R. Hall of Ormond
LANTERN '''f Beach.
.. +: _,
Friends Mrs.O J. Phillips
. ;r" I
,'. t. OPERATES ON BOTH' :..1: OPEN DAILY 9.9 are happy to report that she
.ti;'; J j'| BATTERIES AND AC V' N PRICES COOD ONE FULL WEEK! THURS., APRIL 29 THRU has returned home from the
. i'"J: CURRENT :... WED. MAY 5 SUNDAY 9.6 home of her son-in-law and
: S ; HOUSE .+: ; daughter !\II'. and Mrs. Fate
Redd In Macon. Ga., where

:: }: -= > 9 !t; (!j1iJ(J OPl)( O(!) (0!JjJm L7 LIMITED SOME I ITEMS she adjusted.went to Her have son her glasses James

..'' %c.lu-J.r:.:.. I : SUPPLY for Phillips Saturday.her and of Lake brought Butler her homeon went

io'l,..:. ."... ,. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Taylor.
" .... I 'i;. .. Jr., of Jacksonville spent
I r.. Sunday afternoon with their
I inasier chaigt IMUIMEIICMI| I sister !Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey
I SERVICE AT LOW PRICES and their nephew and niece,
Cynthia.Mr.and Mrs. D.R. Brown and.


10 TKLfrXilUHIItrll: | 2I'! |J76
_,.. _........ .

I I Melrose Plans Varied; Program On May 8thThe I I /Acceptable Unsigned Letters I

The Telegraph received a
letter concerning the proposed
usually quiet town of fencing of Bradford County
Melrose will become a ;rmk ..J' 4 .e, V schools which we cannot use 1,

beehive of activity on .. because of our) policy not to I
Saturday May 8, with special '. \.' use letters that are not signed A' :tp

Bicentennial events planned with the writer's actual name.
from 10 a.m. to 7 ,
p.m. ..... /' frv The letter in question was
Historical tours, art and \ signed only "Concerned
Students at BUS"
craft: beard
contest: "Shake-rag" races, The Telegraph will be gladto
and a colorful parade at 10:30: t withhold the name of the
a.m. are among the many writer, and publish the letter
events that will give Melroseone under a fictitious "nom deplume
) of the most memorable ," but we must have the
days in its long history. writer's name and address on
i tr.. file In case any question later
Tours of historical homes d ) arises concerning the validityof

churches business buildings, 1'' >Y3pk,4yy '',a information contained in i>we
and gardens will be y the letter.

conducted at 10 a.m. 1 pm., We will be glad to publishthe
and 3 p.m. letter from "Concerned

Students" if the writer will '' .. I fa
A parade, complete with Identify himself or herself, ', rw
floats bands. decorated cars. even though the name will not r1r
Boy and Girl Scout troops, be printed, if requested.LETTERS. '
horses and antique cars will m l r1" I
begin at 10:30 a.m',forming at
the community school andproct'eding .; ..... .. .
1 ,f'. _
through ....
-- J
business district 1 ...
.. rl- 1 .. WIIY\REN'TDOG
Scheduled at 11:30: a.m on ..::, ,. '\' ... <'. ''''!''If' LAWS
the school grounds is a film 'l' 'f' i' \ J}' ENFORCED? At speaker's table (from left): Guy Andrews and SC.. Denmark members of SFCO board of

and demonstration on Morgan -ll ....... Editor Telegraph: directors; Dr. Robertson standing, SF('(- president; Richard Juckel, Bradford County school:
horses and their place in ... !" ','''':, superintendent; and Col. Fred (Lewellen president Stark Notary ('Iub.
o" Jj' 44trrrYLr I am in full agreement with
American history, This : ... 'Ii
) .
program will be presented by ; la" :U a ..",. 'o the piece in your editorial
Dr. and Mrs. Homer Paschallwho : r column referring to the DOG Santa Fe President Says College

raises Morgan horses in NUISANCE in Starke.I .
the Melrose The interesting Huffman House (now minus tower) will be one of the old :Melrose home to be
area. open for the walking tours during the :May 8 Ulcentennlal elebration. also agree that the answer Aims To Students CareersThe j
A highlight of the day is does not lie in some all-wise Shape

scheduled at noon when old-time "Shake Hag Haces." place Melrose! ] between 1840 signal given by shaking a rag.. Solomon. To me the answer
history will repeat itself in the Horse races of this t type took and 1877. with the starting hence the name which was lies in the ENFORCEMENT
I ._ 'L ____ of the laws that are already on good relationship Santa Fe is presently "Santa Fe has over 35
app I aid m me area where the the books enjoyed by Santa Fe offering 13 courses in Starke.Dr. different programs of job
races were held. Community College with Robertson the
training, including one in
editorial. I personally have had to Bradford County was stressedby cooperation shown by school control "
Also beginning at noon the pollution work Dr.
spend many hard-earned Or. Allen J. Robertson officials here in this
Robertson said "We
program want
Melrose PTA will conduct a our
I dollars to have a chain link
SFCC president, in a Notary role in education
fair on the school grounds with fence installed around my Club luncheon address "We hope to broaden our to be
barbecue dinners, games; services the future" he something more than
property just to keep OTHER in
Higher Calling? contest and movies PEOPLE'S DOGS from Wednesday Bradford-Union, April 21, at Area the said. providing BS degrees Wewant
primarily to the
scheduled prepare
tearing up my garden and
messing all over the yard. Vocational Technical Center "Education needs to take a student for a meaningful and

Undoubtedly it is comfortable to feel administrators is the $2 per student The Melrose Fire cafeteria. good, hard look at the way it is satisfying die career
Department stage a fish Many poor people can'tafford preparing people for careersin
you have a higher calling in life than supervised.An fry at 5 p m. in the fire station to fence in their yards life Dr. Robertson said. The luncheon meeting

others, but it must be a pique! to area and will provide and there should be no need to- He explained the new SIGI sponsored by the Rotary Clubas

Bradford County classroom teachers to experienced administrator'sjudgement entertainment Irom 1 to 7 p.m. IF the City of Starke enforcedits County Agents program now in operation at its program for the week,
hear their administrators say they all and skills should be- more ordinances. Santa Fe and soon to be was attended by the
should salaries the developed and refined than those of anew The Beard Contest will be offered at Bradford High administrative staff and
earn equal to
highest principal or county office judged at 5.30; : pm. and the Many accidents have been Notebook School which assists studentsin directors of SFCC. and was
paid teacher. day's events will be closed caused because of dogs making career choices followed 1 by a tour of the
administrator therefore should be
Teachers with a patriotic communitysing chasing children on bicycles through interactions with a vocational center The SF
must reach
years to worth more money. Why not pay from 6 to 7 p.m. at the running after cars or running wr computer Santa Fe was directors held their regular
the pinnacle of the salary schedule administrators according to their fires station in front of them, etc. By .
; yearsof chosen as one of the first monthly meeting at :2! p.m.
within their rank. Local administrators experience' ? Why are veteran Unfortunately, most people Bobby 'to colleges to have a pilot

apparently have agreed among administrators willing to agree to today have NO REGARD for program in SIGI. and the unit Arrangements were made
themselves they should he placed at this less? the property rights of others if Taylor now being installed at BUS by the local Santa Fe

peak of the salary schedule just because anything {!J 'ilmwwJCTfl[ it relieves them of any will be the first for any high directors S.G. Denmark,

they are administrators. Thov told the Neither: should any principal or responsibility, and simply ,- school in the nation. Dr. James Andrews Bloodworth who and Guy
enforcing the dog ordinances Robertson said. Only five served as
school board Friday fair base. salary for assistant; principal necessarily be paidas would answer all of these colleges in the U.S. have this master of ceremonies at the

administrators would be equal' in hourlypay much as the highest paid teacher. A iJVru atkilliam problems with dogs. The shower of rain that system, the speaker said.Assertiveness. luncheon.

to ,a teacher with a master's! degreeand ( )good teacher with experience is the most folks got earlier this

15 years exj>erience. backbone of the school, and should be Veterans S.lIau know Personally I will never week has caused crops to look
Serv Ice Officer: why they put these lawson
worth more than just any young the books in the first placeif good. However, cool nights Training
Administrators further asked\ 1 for an administrator. will slow growth to some I
inexperienced! they don't intend to enforce
additional supplement also just because them. extent.
of The end of the Vietnam Era Class To Begin May
they are ;administrators, $1.200:
per Administrators should be did not end the one-year Bernards. Forbes Looks like we will be eating
In addition principals would paid 817 McMahon
year. eligibility: for Veterans StreetTEACIIER cucumbers, squash beans
receive a salary differential of $9::! for commensurate with their ability. Administration dental care, to and tomatoes from local !Mr.] and !Mrs. A. are at maintain appropriate
each; student they supervise. Why two However ability should not be which personnel leaving the HOLIDAYS gardens in a few days. Sweet dinner in a moderately assertive behaviors will be

supplements just for the !position, ? measured( by whether one sits in an Armed Forces are entitled. ERROR CORRECTED corn, okra and peas won t be expensive restaurant and conducted at the Bradford-
office of stands in a classroom but in Wartime service has not beena Dear Editor far behind if our nights warm !Mrs. A. has ordered a rare Union Guidance Clinic on
Thus administrators\ lumped \terms performance in their chosenarea. condition of eligibility for : up. steak but when the steak is Monday afternoons from 3 to

themselves' together( in rank They VA dental care since passage How we wish that your served, she finds it lobe very 5 p,m. These sessions will be
appeared en masse before the school Ilf> the Veterans' Health Care report of the April 12 School Had a call this week about well-done contrary to her held the first four !Mondays
Expansion Act in 1973, Board meeting were how to keep the worms out of order. In May beginning on !May
of the "school It is not implausable to hope the day
board as part although discharge or accurate! sweet corn. Sevin is the 3rd. The cost will be $10 for
management team" Only salary will come when a way can be found to retirement under conditions insecticide for gardeners to If you were !Mrs A. what the entire series and

differential asked IlI't Wt''ninl'xpt'rienl't.d identify! and justifiably reward other than dishonorable, is However, in order to set the use. However to get good would you do? Would you eat payments may be arranged.In .

and experienced dl''l'rvindassroom' /; teachers still necessary record straight, please note control, timing and good the steak anyway, send it
that the statement concerningthe coverage are essential. back to the kitchen or throwit this class the theoretical
The last da) of the Vietnam calendar adopted by the Treatments must be started on the floor In other basis of assertiveness
Era was: ?:Mav 7. 1975. Bradford County School when silks first appear and words would you respond ina training will be discussedand
I Veterans' urr still l eligible for Board included l 13 planning continued until all the silks non-assertive assertive or skills learned throughrole
A /"IterrY"Sad StoryWe one-time complete treatmentfor days for teachers and three are dry and brown. Additional agressive. ; way' playing modeling and

dental conditions, which paid holidays, not 11. The application of Sevin may be directed practice. This
developed during military max, that the Collective needed where renewed silk We have opportunitiesdaily training is not designed 1 to
service but was not correctedthen to express ourselves. enhance one's
Bargaining Law will allow is growth occurs after normal manipulativeskills
never expected to find Bradford packed hay in the bottom of the basket. provided application is six. We're asking for six in the browning. Whether we are effective or to sanction the use

County strawberries t used as a topic in a :Needless; to say, their basket didn't sell made to the Veterans new contract. depends what on our skills to of force or power in
Administration within one Sevin or other express we are feeling, Interpersonal situations
bulletinespecially in adverseway fast.
an Ux date of For the first time in our opinions preferencesand
year after separationfrom the recommended insecticides This is a class experience '
'- but such was the case. last week active militar.v history of education in needs in aay that not
incident I service. will give control if applied therapy.
"As I reflect the 'strawberry'
when a member of a Gainesville\ church This care is provided: by law, Bradford County, teacherswere properly every 24 hours. This recognizes the feelings of
mailed us a folder containing the am made, aware of how similar such a at no expense to the veteran. given paid holidays for daily spraying or dusting is a ot hers. The class will have a

following comment by a minister who thing is. to some people we know who puton Although authorization the 1975-76 school year. We must to control all worms. The A series of meetings to limited enrollment. Call 964-

had recently purchased berries from a a big front, but who are 'rotten andtrashy' must first be secured from the received four. This was insecticide should be appliedas help you acquire andBillegrass 8382 to register..
underneath. Veteransdmmistration, accomplished not by adding directed on the label.
roadside, stand near I La\\ \\l'Y. most veterans receive dental four days pay to our contract

care al the Agencv's salary, but by simply Other questions I have
"The \Ve' should learn that though a man expenseare
container with
its contents look.'dddt'l.tahl patients of private reducing the number of include how to prevent "bugs"or Festival
hide strawberries from us,
as he (the seller) placed it in may rotten dentists' in or near they planning days by four. worms in peas and tomato I
the car. Covering! the entire surface of he cannot hide such rottenness from individuals hometown, rather wilt. There is still time to

the box were the big/; juicy, desirable, (rtM!l. We must also be aware of the fact than at a dental clinic of a VA Twelve month personnel prevent buggy peas but most Draws Large CrowdSome

and tasty. berries.. I could hardly wait togt't that on 'that day' God will turn thehaskl.t Hospital received addition to 12 paid paid vacations.holidays, in folks already have their
tomatoes set and and
upside; down and judge growing
home them. Some veterans however,
try there is no control availablenow 4.700 bluegrass music drink in the park. We had
man according the works done in the have special eligibility for Gladys B.ThomasPresident for wilt. fans from several states as nothing but bluegrass music

"Upon ;arriving at home I took a pint years allotted to him." continuing getting treatment Bradford well as Florida attended 1 the and kids playing."

out of the box and began! to eat, them. To (End: of quote.) beyond limitation, the these one-year include Education Assn. Stung or buggy the peas, are sixth annual Music Festivalover Lawtey Along with Lester Flatt, the

my dismay I found that under those: big those VA caused by cowpea Bluegrass other hits of the show were the
receueing Advertiser Says curculio. This beetle-like the three days of last
red, juicy:. ones were green ones, rotten Certainly we can imagine the writer'sire compensation for dental Ads Gets Results creature with a snout usually weekend, young people playing
ones, and quite a bit of leaves and trash. if he bought strawberries that looked conditions, those whose dental appears about the time peas bluegrass music like the

How utterly revolting and irritating! great on top and turned out bad on the combat conditions wounds resulted or service from Dear Mr. Miller: are blooming and setting the star Renowned Lester Flatt country was waiting music American from Middleburg Bluegrass and Express the

bottom, and we know that such thingsdo i injuries, I those who were It must seem that an institution tiny pods. The curculio lays Friday morning for the showto Sunshine Bluegrass Boys

"This incident brought to mind my happen. We cannot believe, however, prisoners of war and those TELEGRAPH such which as informsits THE eggs the blossom In the tiny drops.pea This just is alter the open and couldn't get t off the from Lakeland.
that such practices are representative of who have a dental condition stage of 44-acre bluegrass Flatt
boyhood: days on the farm when we readers and services it ad- time to apply the insecticidesfor as Clark describeshim
strawberries sold in Bradford County.They which is determined l by the control. music park Friday or is from the old school of
raised sell : basis
tomatoes to on the Memphis Veterans Administration to be vertisers on a daily is Saturday night, according to
market As we sat in the shade and may be smaller in size on the aggravating a service- sometimes taken for granted.Too Promoter Ken Clark. country music. He and the
wiped each individual tomato before bottom, but usually they are just as connected! medical disability. often we fail to let you Toxaphene and Thiodan are embers' of his band come toe
edible and those know just how valuable you the two insecticides "It was a good one. We hada 'y bluegrass music and
as on top.
packing it in t the basket Dad would entertain.
are to our business. Consequently recommended for cowpea good time, Clark says,
caution us, 1'ut the best ones on the The minister may have a point, I'tcl; 'ptiun ul Student I am taking this curculio control. Toxaphene in terming this the most Biggest crowd at the park

bottom: however and he certainly drew a good opportunity to thank you and concentrations above 10 per successful of the bluegrass was Saturday Reporters from
Art Show Set' your entire staff for the fine cent and Thoidan are shows he has produced in the Tampa Tribune, St.
"At first we wondered why but as we parallel between the bad berries and cooperation and even finer restricted pesticides and you Uiwtey Clark and Lawtey Petersburg Times

reached the market I realized the "some people." At any rate, we have An Exceptional Student Art results which we have have to be a commercial businessman James Waters Gainesville Sun, Clay Today

; of such action. The prospective now seen Bradford County strawberries Show will !M' held at the obtained from THE farmer to buy these However, now stage the shows on) land and one from a New York
purpose become the topic of a modern parable-- Gainesville Iall.'rlday, April TELEGRAPH. Toxaphene 10 per cent dust owned by Waters just west of newspaper interviewed him
buyer would choose a basket ;at random can be purchased by Lawtey on SR-225. during the festivities Clark
and that should certainly be worth 30. 10 a m until 9 pm. and
and instruct. us to turn it upside down so Saturdd) :MJV I l. J in( a m until Our appreciation is wholehearted homeowners. A dust or spray The three day country said.
he could that which noting since to us they are still the program should begin when\,
that inspect was on 6pm fair .
As you know H & R music was pure family Representatives from the
the bottom. Some of the other folks had "sweetest this side of Heaven"oRW Arts, crafts!, and handiwork Block has been in Starke for the blooms begin to drop and entertainment Clark governor's offices of
from exceptional students in and in that time the peas are 1 to 1'i inches stressed. "There
six years now, long One to three wasn't a Kentucky and Alabama also
Alachua. Bradford, Dixie our volume has tripled. The applicationsabout nickel's worth of anything to came to the show to present
Gilchrist Putnam and Union: first advertising dollar we 5 to 7 days apart should Clark with special awards,
counties \\1111)I* on display spent was with the give good control. winch caught him by complete
o The Art Show will serve as a TELEGRAPH and we've hada and other crops that is in the surprise when he was called .
Tomato fusarium wilt is a
p iiiijiitpq kick-off activity to regular schedule ever since. soil. This fungus attacks the out on the stage, the promotersays.
N ACTIYF (![, Exceptional s'tudent A recent check: of our statis fungus disease of tomatoes stem just below the soil line Clark was made an I

wtueos jjpC Education Week. May 28. tics show that every year and causes a decay and a honorary Kentucky Colonel by
a ye7J Florida Learning Resourses since we ran our first ad. the plugging condition of the Kentucky and an honorary
System (FI.KSi', a federal TELEGRAPH had producedmore This fact plus a most pleas stem. The plant wilts quickly Lieutenant
> Colonel
by the
BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER ing association,assures of
you and
grro + project providing media and effective results than before tomatoes are State of Alabama.One .
Publishers materials a good share of our future advertising mature.
to the Our
support services preceding year. news-

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. this six-county area will be paper lead cost has steadily appreciation, Again to, our deep fine There is no control of of the plaques reads
under Actof March 3 1879SubScflptlor' sponsoring this event lowered to a point where it your tomato wilt once It has that the award is "...bringing

'ate n trade area $6 per/eat $3 50 sin months. Over .000 students will be now ranks In the top 10 per newspaper. attacked the plants. The only bluegrass and wholesome
"' participating this cent of the 1200 plus H & R Inc family entertainment to the
Outside trade area oer fear $4 00 six months. year's Art newspapers Block solutions are to plant resistant
Phone 964 6305 Starke, Fla. Show and the public Is we use across the Jesse W Redden berry, varieties or fumigate the soil State of Florida."
cordially invited to attend. country. Manager before planting. Next bluegrass music show i
at Lawtey Is set for June 2326.I'age '

April 29. 1976 TELEGUAPII Page I II


I Jt State Fair Competition Tough Top Area Science Students Find .

PANAMA CITY Although Jennifer Jockel Is pleasedwith Engineering Technical fair director McGriff. learned to research. Actually the junior division of earth the International competitionnext
I I regional Talent Search her gold medallion from Society for his design of a Of the 380 exhibits at the these projects Incorporate all space and science judging and spring.
1'I I Director Jerry McGriff is not the National Veterinary solar heating system. state fair and talent search the basic skills commented her brother Keith took first

--. .--.:::-- disappointed that more Medical Auxiliary and $25 "No, I'm not disappointed.They last weekend, a five-year Union County and regional place in the junior botany Futicjue Often
Bradford and Union County savings bond from the all had a good time and project by Brian Aycock on Science Fair director Mrs. division and second runner-up
h.61 High students didn't place in Women's Auxiliary to the they are already asking me fire ants and another study by Woodley. in the overall junior division.
earn6! state competition April 21.14, Florida Veterinary Medical about their next year'sprojects. Margaret West, both students Only two students from this Sixteen Bradford and 14 Causes Wreck
regional Science Fair Association We just can't from the Cape area, will go to region, a brother and sister Union County students
Crl.cJlSunday Director Mrs. Marie Woodley And UHS sophomore Clint compete with technology- the international science fair from Lake City, earned traveled with McGriff, Mrs. TALLAHASSEE Overly
is. Wilson is happy to have oriented areas like Brevard in Denver this summer. honors In the state Walker and fatigued drivers are often the
and the "We didn't do what had competition. Lassie Ozaki Woodley Ralph cause of traffic crashes the
Despite the feelings of earned a third place trophy County Cape area, we Smith to the state
Baptist Men's directors, BHS senior from the national Junior said Bradford County science hoped, but the students have earned honorable mention in competition and stayed at the Florida Highway Patrol said

Breakfast 7:30: a.m.; Sheraton on the beach in today.

Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; UC School Board... 'From Page II School Boss Raisessuperintendent Panama City at a special "Many fatal crashes are
Morning Worship, 11 aim; 0.0' (From Page I ) Science Fair rate, McGriff suspected of being caused by

Church Evening Training Worship, 6:13 7:30: p.m.; to this but I have no letter Craig Salley. The constructionfirm he said. Board member Arthur drivers trying to continue
p.m. Casey began budget, said.Of their when
stating this. I only understanda has 180 days to completethe the 66 statewide journey they
Monday.- Girl's critical of the development of "I take one exception to that Gaskins objected to some of
should off the
letter pull roadwayand
is forthcoming, but will finish in the talent
Ensemble, 6:40: p.m.; Youth Carroll said. project long the type educational programthe I consider you-all top the present lower paid participants rest," said Colonel
before the October deadline In which oral and
Choir 7 Deacon board administrators getting as search.
p.m.; Miss board would like to have in management Eldrige Beach, Patrol
Meeting, 7 p.m.; Association Holmes was not Salley added. the county. Administratorsare member Rodney Hall much as a $3,000 increase In written presentations of director.
present at the meeting, but The accepted bid was $773 Mrs. Lucille projects are given 11 local
Library Workshop, James responsible for developing interrupted Casey to say. one year. Payne,
her father agreed that he had lower than the second lowest earned honorable
Rose leader 7 p.m.I. a school program managing a Key to the salary issue curriculum coordinator,
Tuesday WMU Council talked with Jones about the bid by Newman Construction school program managing a Casey said, is that salaries countered that these mention for their efforts.

10 a.m.; WMU Business resignation. Holmes seemed Company of Gainesville, and budget and managing must be commensurate to the administrators are presently Nancy Hildreth, Linda
I. 11:30 WMU satisfied after the board told with the alternative additionswill involved fair to less than teachers, that it
Meeting, : a.m.; personnel, Casey pointed out. responsibility paid Richardson Darla
Luncheon 12 noon; WMU him that if Jones resigned he cost $812 less than the The average administrator in both the board and teachers. really wouldn't be that much Christopher, Carolyn Holler
Program, 12:30: p.m.; Junior would not return to the high $129,117 earmarked for the Bradford County is Casey said administratorsare of a raise in one year but a and Briar Patray, all
Choir 3:30: p.m.Wednesday school. project.In responsible for 430 students, a looking to the school payment for salary the lower sophomores and juniors at
-- Family "We have been through another personnel $300,000 plant, and a $300,000DCHAddition. system to prevent them paid administrators should begetting BHS, and Donna Crawford
Night Supper 6:15: p.m.; court hearings before. If we matter the board having to strain for salaries now plus a raise for Laurie Schretzman, Alan
Org. Meetings, 6:45: pm.; can get through this withoutall unanimously approved next year. Hicks, Jean Holmes, Jose
"Hour of Power", 7:30: p.m.; the attorney's fees and all, recommended teacher re- ... From Page 1) "Should a principal be paidas Acosta and Bobby Harden
Trustee Meeting, 8:15: p.m; I'm all for It, said board appointments for 1976-77 much as the highest paid from Union County brought Ask
t' member Crawford in A Hill-Burton not being utilized: at
Ray which saw the only two grant are "
Adult 8:15
Choir : p m. teacher? Middle School home certificates of honorable
.", Thursday -- Visitation. voting for the proposal. Ressie continuing contracts includedgo approved for the hospital present, he said because of Principal Lennard Register mention from the state
9:30 a.m.; Visitation, 7:00: Griff seconded Crawford's to Ms. Judy McDuffie at addition at a cost of about state mandates surrounding asked the board. If the board corn petition. Charley r,
motion to accept Jones' UHS and Mrs. Audrey Wilsonat $340.0(10( ) was turned back over the location of the present agreed to that, it would inTact "" '
p.m.Saturday -- Bus Ministry resignation under the stated Lake Butler ElementarySchool. to the federal agency last fall operating room he said. If be establishing a base Many of these talent search E.John..
Visitation 8:30: a.m.; Youth terms.In by the board. The approved operating and recovery rooms salary for administrators, winners who are not
Visitation, 1:30: p.m. other action at the special Cindy Broward of the Union grant called for a June, 1976 were moved away from the Register said. graduating this year will\ .
meeting, the board accepted a County Teachers' beginning date for ten rear-wing rooms the beds The four board members, participate in the
bid of$126.000 from Music and Organization contested the construction, and prices rose, could then be occupied, he listening patiently did not Westinghouse Awards
St. Mark's Worth of Live Oak to constructa reappointments saying that so the board decided to explained, thereby adding appear to agree, or reach any competition next fall, Mrs. About This Question! :
new media center at Lake four three-year employeeswere reapply for a larger grant money-making space to the conclusion last Friday. Woodley said.Several "We have purchased a
episcopal Butler Elementary School. recommended by their which has not yet been hospital. Principals in five schoolsnow larger counties are mobile home and it will
The bid also calls for $2,305 in principals for continuing submitted. Funding for the additional earn less per hour than taking regional winners to the be permanently parked
Church alternate building of an contract but did not appear on Although funds are still space will include a federal teachers on the faculty. international fair with local
outdoor instructional area the list. available for construction, the grant from the Hill-Burton Register said. funds. McGriff and Mrs. with an adjoining patio
Church md *..' Jackson anal between existing building and "It is a private matter Hill-Burton Act federal fund for health "You tell me that's Woodley are hoping to send roof attached.Ve arefamiliar
Till'RSV\IOHN M. FLYNN the media center, and hard whether the principals or a administration will not facilities, Edmondson said. justified Register the best project from Region with the broad
tile at the front entrance committee recommended approve monies for more bed The hospital will be (questioned IV, or this region, directly to insurance coverage/ of a
Thursday, April2lth.7:00p.m. : instead of vinyl; tile. anyone for continuing space in the hospital, responsible for about half of Homeowner Policy,
Junior Choir Practice; Music and Worth is the contract. However, I will Edmondson told the board the$500,000 estimated costs of damage -
7:30: p.m. Senior Choir same company that built speak to those not rehired on members.Ten building if new Hill-Burton St. Mark'sChild including!; property
Practice. kindergarten rooms at the an individual basis if they so of the hospital's 54 beds grant is approved. theft and liability.
Sunday, May 2nd -. 8:30a school which have proved to request," said SuperintendentJames Hopes of including doctors' Caring CenterA Hoes the Charley 1::.
.m., Holy Eucharist; 9:45: be satisfactory, said architect Cason. UHS Straight A *... office in the new have a
a.m., Church School; 11:00: .. ...........................,.. ........................... .... (From Page 1)) addition spaces were dashed when Structured Pre-School Program For Children Johns similar Agency Mobile Homeowner -

a.m., Holy Eucharist. OttiM (;ei er, 50 FREE BLOOD A's and B's are Silvia Acosta, trustees learned that the Hill- 2 Thru 4 Years Old .Policy?"
Monday, May 3rd 2:30 PRESSt'KEThe Shirley Albritton, Janey Burton funds would not cover
Girl Scout Troop No. Seventh Day Adventist such Office Qualified TeacherNon
p.m. Ottis Cecil Geiger. 50, of Brannen, Tandall Griffis, expenses. space Charley E.
Church will provide free Blood
614 Jackie Revels, for doctors would be the only
Wednesday May 5th Starke died Saturday Pressure testing at Bradford Tommy Mark aspect of the building to bringin Profit
Riherd Bobby Rivers,
2:30: pm., Brownie Troop afternoon sudden, April heart 24, following attack Square (Winn Dixie parking Timmons, Harold Esford and more funds to the hospital, Hours 7:30.5:30: : Opening Aug. 23 1976 JOHNS AGENCY
a lot) Monday, May 3 from 10 Edmondson told the
:No. 311. suffered at his home. Karen Nettles. group. Call964-5371 Or Wrote P.O. Box 1012 Starke. Fla 131 SO WALNUT ST
II m. to 4 pm. as a community Architect fees since 1972
Born May 1, 1925 in Lake service. The public is invitedto Seniors approaching their Limited Camcltv ADOfccahons BenQ Accepted Now PHONE B4-5O7O
have been $9,000, but these
MOlU;.\N ROAD Garfield, Florida. Mr. last term at UHS with all A'sand ,
use this service. not be the most
H.\PTlSTClll'UCIi l Geiger had lived in Starke B's include Michael may .
-- -
Road Bivins, suitable to recent hospital
Morgan since 1931. He was employed Biellmg. Marilyn
,Florida Carroll, Gail Clyatt needs Edmondson concluded. "
Slarke Kathy
for 30 years as an accountant SEEN: IY
Welcome supervisor for Civil Service ADVENTISTClll'RCH Donna Crawford, Cynthia Bradford County Hospitalwas %
Sunday services: Sunda;y at Cecil Field N.A.S. He Croft Marie Davis, Paula built in 1953 with Hill- l -">v\
School 10 a.m., Mornmi g! attended the First Baptist Dobbs. Eugene Finley, Cathy Burton matching funds A new '
Worship & Services for th e Church. Starke Hendncks Karen Kerce, wing was added in 1963, also do know.
Prayer meeting, Thursday with the federal funding you .
Deaf 11 a.m., Training Umoi 1 Survivors include his wife, Chris Lawson. Debbie Lee,
6:30: p m. and Evenirij g Era Evelyn Walker Geiger 7pm.Training class Friday, 7:30 Timothy McGill, Pat Moore, assistance.
Worship at 7:30: p.m. of) Starke; two sons: Anthony Renee Newsome, Eunice acceptanceof
Wednesday Service: Mi d: Cecil Geiger and Williame pm.Sabbath Perry, Terrie Pinkston, the federal matching funds
Week Prayer Service Bibl Bonnie Geiger, both of Church, School Saturday Sat. 10 am.aml Elaine Redding, Rachel include remaining a hospitalfor can save 4
20 and provision of a you
Study 7:30 p.m) !and Choi r Starke; one daughter, Roberts, Aubrey Smith Alan years amount of
Practice at 8:15: p m. Charlotte Virginia Geiger of Tuggle Sharon Varnes, Ester certain
I MEMORY! : OF MOTHER: Williams and uncompensated services for J

First"' United Starke Herman; Geiger one, Starke brother; one, \'InLOl' OYL110 Nedra Watkins Williams.Jeffery those who cannot pay ,
Mrs. Itetha Bennett of / 60 //o
!sister 35 to
Methodist Church Starke grandchildren., and four EARS AGO APRIL 27, 1W7: PIANTS&SHRUBSfor I on f

Mother how I miss you no -
Saturday -- Flea Market, Funeral services were '
one will ever know, douse
Church grounds, 9:00: 1::00 held Tuesday afternoon Those last words all around the
Sunday -. Church School April 27 in the First Baptist you; spoketo
for all ages, 9:43: a.m,. Church with Rev. Ben me never to hear no more. < House Plants 39 up long distance call?

:Morning Worship-Nursery Bryan the pastor, How they linger near. When $ 199
Provided, 11:00: am.; officiating. Burial was in you told me you would meet Azaleas up '
Annual Ice Cream Social and Crosby Lake Cemetery with meon that bright and peaceful .
Talent Night (for all DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
members and their Home in charge of shore. Roses $199 up You can save important money by making

families), Fellowship Hall, arrangements. I still hear your voice tho it's out-of-state long distance calls in the off hours.
7:00: Pittsporum $219 up
pm.Wednesday -- Chancel ::: O,; :::.:::*::::'.::'ttft-'f::::::::::::':':':':':::':':':':'''':'fjvf:::: *-' been nine years ago."Oh" Save 35%. .. call evenings after five. Save 60%, j"

Choir lU-hearsal, 7.00: p.m. \ Cud Of ThanksWords jJ. j\\; there to if help I could have burdens been ALL OTHER NURSERY STOCK 10% OFF call nights after eleven, or on weekends. Dial 1,* ;

First' Christian' <<- : ::::::::x"*:::::::::::::::::;:::;:::::::::::::i bear. your OF REGULAR PRICE WE HAVE A VERY GOOD SELECTIONTomato the area code (if different from yours), and the :
So just jook for me. I'LL BE
Church cannot express our THERE. & number. Visit with far loved ones r
appreciation to all our friends Stop Pests Now your away

Don I). talon., :Minister and deeds family and thoughts for the many during kind the Signed your daughter, Vegetable *,' With Easy To Use tonight at lower costs. Telephone service w.:A

Sunday school 9:45: a m. loss of our loved one. Lillian Montgomery i Dust continues to be a bargain. Helping you save. .
Communion and morning The Paul L. DInkins, Jr. family Russellville.Ala
Controls Fungus Important part of Continental's job .
\Hrship015\ : a m. Youth

hour for all ages 6pm., And Many InsectsOn FOGGER .or the long distance access code if Irs used in your area. r&1cf
Evening: Worship, 7pm Vegetables & Fruit eC I gas Fleas And Other ?
Choir 7'43: and Exposed Household ,
practice p.m.

Bible study Wed 8pmMIIMNSTRKKT and pra>'ernutling it's as tough 4 Lb. Bag' $246 teJ'G. : Pests ( :: Florida State Telephone System (

Reg, 2M 60z. $ | 87 An Equal Opportunity Employer

I : : 10 Oz. ,4 Reg '2'" J.
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Duster $166 14 Oz $3 57 _-
The !Madison Street Baptist Reg. '1" Reg. '4'.
Church wlllhave homecoming

I Sunday May 2. HusIY'r111!

After the morning service .- Mower Trade-In Time
there will be dinner and a \
special afternoon service of

> music and fellowships American Parts Husky shock .r- Now Is The Time To Trade Up To
There will be no evening \
'. service. absorbers are built to take what 011\, A New Improved Lawn Mower
to the roughest roads can dish out NVf
is welcome
Everyone ,
We'll Take Any Mower In Trade,
attend and a special invitation They re 1'' n heavy-duty shocks 1

r Is extended to all former that are so strong they re Regardless Of ConditionOn

members. guaranteed for the life of your
with Any New Mower In Stock
Madison St. car Yet they re priced y

h the lightweights Ride \l''
TORO MowersBuilt -
Church comfortably- smooth road __
u -
.'. or rough-on Husky !
For Safety And Reliability
Sunday May 2, $14995Priced
',,j Sunday School 9:45: a m. / ach / ; :;
Morning Worship 11:00a : Installation not Included. Riders
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Parts Husky shock
11 :oo a m.; Dinner on the
absorbers are guaranteed 26" 8130" Cut __
,. Grounds 12:00: noon; Time of detects and wear out X ='
* music and fellowship afterJ lor aq.nnsl as long as you own your .:5 7,8 And 10 Hp Engines y
I Dinner; No Evening Service. car Present proof of IIII _
Monday .- Ladies Softball to(! 'lor I Priced _- _
purchase Cost $ 95J ._ '--__ -
game 7:45 p.m. Pratt St. replacement 449 ;=_-
*, ,Tuesday. Ladies Bible removal and installation I From
Study 11:00: Luncheon, not included /'
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Mary Carter Paint by Dolores Meng maker may be obtained at the has resumed his duties as banquet at the Flagler Inn at North Florida Regional from Ocala and families.
Phone 488-1915 Hampton General Store at $1 pastor of the Hampton Baptist when U.S. Navy CommanderJohn Hospital and Omar Lefebvre Gerald! nephew, Michael
102 E. Brownlee The Hampton Senior each. This is a special benefitfor Church after a Bible McCain from Orange who underwent major surgery Adkins and family from
964-rySi Citizens Club had a good the Bradford Head Start Conference trip to Park, a former prisoner of at Alachua General Hospitalon Miami I were also recent
Extract the soul I Don't rub attendance at its In program and will be given Chattanooga, Tenn war in North Vietnam was Saturday Remember also guests.
8 steam soil It In. Powerful vaCi,,AnI, the City Hall last meeting Friday away following graduation On May 1 at 6:45: p.m. the guest speaker Joe Oliver who is scheduled to Mrs, Donald Sladv
modern extraction process Is the Mos/ evening Guests were Mr. and ceremonies on May 27. Hampton Christian School is Steven Ernest enjoyed a enter the Gainesville Veterans accompanied her husband ona
method you can use, The Trewox Hyerp. Mrs. Joe Kerrigan from Proceeds are intended to help sponsoring a Parent picnic with friends from his [Hospital on May 5 for surgery. business trip to Texas and
Mist carpet cleaning system makes Starke and Mrs. Ellen sponsor a trip to New Orleansfor Teacher's Kally Friendship Bible Sunday Mary Dell Brown is still a other arena during the (Ouster
thick soft, and deep-down clean. your caEP". Shjtluck visiting from several parents in the area Refreshments will be served School Class on Sunday in patient at Shands Hospital and holidays
rental at Mary Carter Avallabl'ltt Elmira N.Y. President Paul who wilbe seeking following the rally. Keystone Heights we hope she is making steady Among( those celebratingrecent
Paints, 102 E, information about Mrs. Francis Heng, .
Starke, FlorIda. Brow I'", Kreiger entertained the group recovery.Mr. birthdays were !Mr.
with films taken on a recent government sponsorship of representing St Edward'sCatholic PERSONALS and Mrs Charles [Hicks Esta People who celebrated
All Mary Carter trip to the West Coast this program for best Church We are happy to report that enjoyed a recent visit from with family members on April
Paints including Yellowstone utilization of available funds accompanied Mrs John Gloria Glisson is recuperatingat their daughter and family, 21.
National Park for Bradford County. Samons and Mrs Richard home following recent Mr and Mrs Michael Dale] Our Postmistress, Mary
1O% Discount Off Regul\f On behalf of the American At present five youngstersfrom Coss of Starke attended the surgery. and son, Steven, from Wilhans celebrated on April'
r Cancer Mrs Ina this area are students of Convention of the St Susan Tobin has gone to her Wilmington, NC 22
PricE FOR CASHNot( Checks) llorne is taking donations for the Head Start School in Augustine Diocesan Council of sister's home in Fort Visitors of Mr. and Mrs Kobeit Hums Sr, had ;i
this worthwhile Starke Catholic Women in Lauderdale to recover after J.G, Adkins recently included birthday on April 19 Donna
WE MEET ALL ADV JAX. PRICES Tickets for a ladies' yellow Gainesville Sunday, Monday, undergoing surgery recently their children Mr and Mrs. Burns celebrated with friends
gold wrist watch and a 9.cup Church News and Tuesday F'rancis Meng Please pray for Bill Joel R. Smith from and famIly on April 21:
Polydnp electric coffee Reverend Melvin Hamel also attended the closing Maxwell who is being;! treated Jacksonville, and Mr and Robert Burns. Jr. enjoyed;
Mrs. Calvin Richard Toye his birthday ,recently with
- ------ I little friends at Lois (owait's
____- .. lilt ___ .SUPER: DISCOUNT: iO-111.l"----: ]:! home on April] 2:1.:)

. I Rebecca ('rawford t
t t t i KRAFT BBQ celebrated her birthday; with
FOOD family and friends recently
41,1 OF 31 't SOz 111.1-\j! The D II Crawford family
l I
: BTL. SAUCE 19 I enjoyed a day of fun at Six
Gun Territory on April 20 On
PftlDE U eerier r rr e r r rr rrrr punning at Hodman /D.ini
FA! R Joseph (iaiuurihuUr; uiis <,<'
I SUGAR I on April ilie:\ remains as
SUPER DISCOUNT' COUPON! active as a teenager ami
---r .- --- appreciates ivory: day of die
ONE DOZEN l.onnio M<.lton celebrated l
I 78 I his 70th( bn tlid.iy on April :24! al
5 LB BAG (ltJ1Il\j SUPERMARKETS l S ANY EGGS I the.home (fir Ins daughter and
son in KIM Mr] and "'It s. Glen i!
and Judy Thomas. Mr and
.. .. .. -.. WALNUT ST. tR rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrALL :Mrs ]Irvin Mctunagh and
Buck Shelton and family all ol

Super Discount 1 EvcrvDayLowPrke I Super Discount J Super Discount Hampton.McC'onaghv!Mis present'Adilie lioniMiixville

and :Mr and \ns.
Leonard Mellon and I lamilv( ofRaifinl
i "nnil"11 sister Annie
LYKES WHOLE 201 FULL CUfBONELESS 21ts 4UIe 15ta Ward attended !tlucelebi -
BEEF FARMLAND LOTS OF "it mil and Author
!Miltoii, l>oti| li-oni Waldo.
DumiK' and hick Mdlmi.Hayniond ,
; 1'linnixis and l.vn
S Davis I Irons Camesvillettic!
also on hand Carolyn and
3 Woodl'owII'llon.: 1 flat id.
6 TO 8LB Annette. and Sarah Khoclt-n,
2 LB Irom Fairbanks also ulh'n AVG. U.S. GOVT. PREMIUM I I I the hipp\ celebration I
CORN FED GEORGIASHIPPED and !Mrs[ Arthur (ostan/o! of
Sunnyside; Y Lire ('IIJO1I11.t
a two Acckisit with the
Bruno 1lmily. !Mr ('.(slaw

EvcryDaytowPrke V EveryDayU Prke W EveryDayLowPrice V EveryDaYLowPrice EveryDayLowPrke" EverylfcryLowPTke 1 EvcryDayLowPrkeU.S.D.A. celebrated his list birl''"* ion
April 20. Mrs,(Costa", 'l:I hi-
SRI SYI Url arf ail SRI Srl celebrating her hllth f i 18 IObD. PPIMYMPAAp/ 10' ASSORTED 29 [0 SWEET JtICYFLORIDA 10 FRESH SWEET 3 FRESH 3v'kb on :Slay I dMr
? [ .
'" and Slrs.'iltmid I
I Pork LoinCHOPS f f FLORIDAFRYEftS Gr n Fontaine enjoyed a trip l tn

LIVERTRAY UI..oU.NED CORN CABBAGEIbt.. Ocala Fontaines on Sat enjoy urda) tlwlI'Tlw 1

retirement and love to bro\\scand
29 2TO 59LBe I .8 cSrl CUKES pick up various items and
i LBAVINACI :WHOLE4.- o L8 G. EAR Each ideas for their own enjojment
and other projects such us the
Senior Citizen Club.

Super Discount Super! Discount Super Discount S Wallace Collins l't'l'l1llvreturned
EveryDaytuWric B EvcryDayLowPrke I from a trip I h;'
Alabama he
S'rl UY( aYl MYf IRI SYI (
4S f4 17 l0 PECAN 21 RED RIPE 9 FRESH PICKED 1 visited relatives and Irienils

M Brusscl Sprout & COFFEE E3 TWIRLS SNAP BEANS at lIampllll1Iemt'nt..rv
MATE UGHf CR : .. School were
LARGE FAMILY PACK pleasant! surprised last
ROlEN3P$1 4 $ l00 Wlodncsthnlht'n Mis Joyce
139 EACH ( PKG.OF 8'. 3/I LB22G2 xisit Collins Juceol'kt slopped b>' for>d'a as brief a

teacher's aide.it the school for

COMPARE OU.'V''O.' ""9.1'S COMPARE -asss' YOU'..' {COMPAREwasr- :I w: ': \ COMPARE N'WPI"DN '0\// ,.,. several months before bung
low PRICES' U." WTO 0" r.OC" VP0 transferred to t the Lawley
SIGNAL MIND 79' 20, | $139 20'1} Pickled Beets 3/$1/ 35 Everyone at the school really
Pork Roll Sausage Breakfast Bacon Brown N' Serve Rolls 3/$1/ | Libby loved having lovie around

INDIVIDUAllY unuppto SLICES 1201 PUG | lijnuiNE' Nf W Ml NO SOIMRE CUT SHOULDER I PANTRY PRIOE ROUND ICED I Uoi I DOUBLE LUCK CUT [Sat Besides working diligently. .sin

American Cheese o 98* 21<, lamb Roast W.X8:: :: 1.5DressedllWhigting /U 3Angel Food Cake 79C I Green Beans DR 151ANO fARM 6/M/ 50 was everyone always, cheerful and it is and a Kindto u.il,

[ PANTRY PRIO[ 2001 VLISIC fllSM I6ot pleasure to be with her
I |
L159''C iChucktPRoastFEtIEE/ICAO L.88't "' '10 79' 40
I Butterloaf Bread 2/79c | Kosher Dills
II HIPT!)" \KK\K\\S: ;

Beef Shoulder Steak $168 ', Fish Sticks MtQ ao uHunt'siTSn2ack Pak 59 c i Stewed Tomatoes 3/$1/ 17 Virgie We happily! Barksdale report that Mis IH:

Beef Sirloin Steak $178 ". WAFFLE SYRUP 9 40 i Tomato Paste 4/$1/

VAJVBR.ffi'.S.r.W11'1"111101"Fryer. Combo. Pkg. :Ll't"iw'NJ: ,.B9( |i l/800 Chipped FROST i "wiiiMMi Meats 2/89"/ '.. I i HINGES Mashed'I TACK J IB Potatoes 91 t 59 |Hunt WHOLE PEE1EO Tomatoes I4JO( 3f$1 1 23SAyf Sunday\'IslhodIrs:Mis Jessie liaiksdale luistam last t

:MrsVilham: Irmks his
taken :Mrs L A Wynn back to
EvcryDayLowPriceCONTADINA ('('rro l>ordu :N I', after her
recent !staat her lake homo
:Mrs, .lean (Clark had a
SAVE SAYE SAVE surprising experience one
33t 99 20 early morning hum last week
3V when she was greeted bj a.
Pantry wild turkey missing' the road.
Pride near her home
TOMATO \Ve wish success to t the
d.iughlers ol :Mi\ and Mrs
Warren I't'nsonIoho' sell
A a IS home made lemonade and
SAUCE cookies on weekend class
Cindy' and Dee Dee are also
taking orders. lor hand made
A pot holders and key' chains to
help finance u trip to Disney:
8oz World
: DaviJ Dvul entertained
CAN friends at n Saturday night
barbeque at his lakeside
.. i :Mrs Frank Clark and her
t----------- t0w PRCS9 'o"u.\. Ow wt19 P T0 daughter in law Pat, are
I roIOsSGmNORUNGOLD2JOI( n/r\nt I PILLSBURY. devoting their spare!im\!
I IC 11,2S20t2SItA70700ie''e 40 hours to collecting for the
SAVE PILLSBURYFIGURINES I Double Beverage 4/n/ I I I READY TO SERVE II American Cancer Society m

I{ Pitcher GRUNORSUNGOLDI4" 99 II I uEEN6WA01fiu Furniture Polish fair 30 I I FROSTING; the Chris Hampton:Meng Lake enjoyed area.three:
I cxocoitTi e ocoi. fi t mMiLVANIibA I days of his vacation with his
I ".,..c.*alI 16.5oz CAN-ALL FLAVORS J
(UCd OR AVOC.OO umi SUE ? I I WITH THIS COUPON AT PNTRY.P tN' Hibachi fa .11 $499 60 : Tetley Tea Bags 79 30' CASH WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE and :Mrs Russell Gilbert, in
I MAY S. 19T. : ONE PAIR CHUNKY HUE CHEESE 1C" O C WEDNESDAY MAY S. 1976 earned some money for his

l.. A.. _ _ Panty Hose 49c 20 I I Wishbone Dressing Jj 41 .... - - Disney boats and World other trip varied by washing jobs!! ut

- --s.-E.rr L. r rlTAr srra.rrf the !Mclntosh! Fish Camp on

(i----------- f (i--- BETTY CROCKER1 ( GOLD MEDAL"! ffl LAYS TWIN PACK Orange the entire Lake week Tommy working stayed at

I AUGRATIN OR SCALLOPED SAVE this and enjoyed some
SAVE r | II camp
1FLOUR : i good fishing! in the area.

TOWELS : : POTATOES : II I : Tommy Russell and back Madonna on Saturday brought
II IKI I I S.Soz PLAIN OR SELF RISING | CHIPS J along with fresh green beans,

2 GIANT ROLLS I PACKAGE. 5 LB BAG squash onions, potatoes and
' WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. 1978 SAT. MAY 8, 1978. bass In lampion( Lake early
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TELEGRAPH April 29.1976

--------------- LEGALSNOTICE ---------------
Community NewsELIZABETH Southside


TAX DEED REGISTER Sealed bids and lor quotations
FICTITIOUS NAME will be received in the office of GIVENS WALKER
that T.W. TATUM the holder of
Pursuant to Section 865.09
the Administrator, Bradford
certificates has AMKKICAN: : : LEGION: Wednesday night. Each
the following Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby County Hospital, 922 East Call The pastor and Judith Flynn
filed Mid certificates for a tax given that the undersigned Street, P.O. Box 1060, Starke The regular monthly congregation will participatewith Saturday there will be a fundraising -

deed to be issued thereon. The Carolyn and Kenneth Pint, Rt. Florida 32091 until 500 P.M.. meeting of American Legion !Magnolia Baptist Churchat selling activity Mrs. Stephens' first grade r

certificate numbers and years of 2, Box 63 R, Starke, Florida May 20 1976 for furnishing the Post 314 will be held Sunday. Kaiford on "Friday !May 7. Members are asked to students have been following +ti't

:nuance, the description of the 32091 and Lenorah and Emmett following supplies and/or ser !May 2, from 2 to 3 p.m. in the at 7-30: p.m. with installation cooperate with all activitiesfor in the steps of America's great

property and the names in Craig At. 2, Box 68 R, Starke vices. f.o.b. the Bradford education building of New services for the pastor. success. Sunday School at Inventors this past week.

which is was assessed are as Florida 32091, doing business County Hospital: Bethel Baptist 'hurch. All Ml.: Morlah United 'hurch 10:30.: Morning Worship. After studying the process of
follows: members urged to attend. Parish Pleasant Grove Rev 11:30.: YPCW, 6 p.m. Evening
under the firm name of "C & F Bread and rolls inventing each child had an
No. 11. I'lIl'IU'1IO'S: : Worship, 7:30.:
Certificate CERAMICS, 122 East Call Mlk & Ice Cream Willie Stitt pastor. Weekly opportunity to invent their
Year of Issuance: 1974. Street Starke Bradford Philadelphia Baptist services be'glnith PrayerMeeting ball" CLASS\F\EO; AOS. "

Description of Property: WV4 County Florida intends to \Laundry Eggs & Linen Church Lawtey. Rev. WillieG. and Bible Class own Verna"goodie Schmidt goo spoke snack to the .,. -..-;-...",.;:.:"!,.. --""-, -- "'.;; ,=\\
53 Woodlawn. Sec. Ma berry, pastor. Sunday ....w .:. ."- -, .. .
of Lot in 15, register said fictitious name Fuel 011Pharmacv > combined 7lU:: pm. Tuesday. 15,344 Pounds class about patents and ; -; :: \

Twp. 5-S, R22. under the provisions of aforesaid & Drugs School 10 a.m. Dual Day Prayer !Meeting Wednesday at demonstrated a unique fire

Name in which: assessed. statute. Insurance services will be observed 7:30.: Sunday School, 10 a m. extinguisher she has invented n.\ss..IEU. VIES. :
Of Aluminum
MADELINE EDWARDS.All Sunday. :May 2. The women :Morning Worship 11
Carolyn and Kenneth Flint and Estimated needs or amountsare ( a.m. and patented. The childrenare
of !said property being in Lenorah and Emmett Craig, joint. available upon request from will be in charge at II a m. United Methodists meet at 3pm. excited about inventingand ( Orudline liii'. Insertion,
with Mrs. E. Kittles
the County of Bradford State of as Collected HereSTARKEStarke
owners. the office of the Administrator.The learning more about lue.dayuon |>i'rct'iliiinIhiirsil.it !
Florida. Dated this 19th day of April. Bradford County Hospital speaker At 3 p m. Itev. Pleasant drove Weekly becoming inventors "' 'IH-IIITO', |l"hlil'lIli."I.>
Unless such certificate or A D. 1976 at Starke. Florida. Corporation reserves the right to :Mayberry will delive messagefor services start with Junior area Explorer's: Recreate

certificates shall be redeemed 4/22 4tp 5'13NOTICEOF reject any and all bids and lor the men. Choir rehearsal 6 p.m. The residents recycled 15,344 Ilicent'nniallll"rot'I Minimum I II.HW' $2.1111>
according to law the property -------------- Young Adults will meet each
quotations or to waive any minor pounds of aluminum last Friday. April 2, 1976, i It'\I'.I> G \\onlsiKuril I
described in such certificate or SHERIFF'S SALE technicality or informality in the first and sl'condlonday: month, the equivalent of several bicentennial heroes : \\1'1'11.' .",!. I IJ
certificates will be sold to the bids or quotations received. BROOKE( nights. Prayerleeting! 352,912 aluminum beveragecans. came to life in the person of lllx'HlsMl '

highest bidder at the courthouse Notice is hereby given that I I. Wednesday night. Thursday Soul hside Elem. Explorers

1976.door on the 18th day of Dolph E. Reddish, as Sheriff of Bradford County IN BRIEF night Bible 'lass at 730.: Reynolds Aluminum Club members. Club U.issiliccl! \
fvtey 14th of Bradford County Florida under Hospital Corporation Sunday School 10 a.m. Recycling Company paid out members dressed as George l"lid) I 1m' illlllh''It''lIl1h',. \ mi
Dated this day April
1976 and by virtue of Writ of 4 22 4tchg 5' 13 bv: Jeanette Prescott :Morning Worship at 11 $2,30160 for the aluminumcans Washington ( Donna .ite ml t'sl.ililishi'il minimiwith ,

Execution, to wit 4-11 Events Communion Service p.m. and other clean Thornton ) Benjamin I In- 1'c'I.'lnll': | in that\
Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk -- - - Day
by Beulah M. Moody IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Saturday. April 24: eleven realer Bethel Freewill\ household aluminum. Franklin (LcAnn Flynn ), c.l Pill' :'ill; cuts CM II'a i h.ir|>t>

Clerk of Circuit Court Execution issued out of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL members of the Brooker 4-H Baptist Church. Rev Jasper During !May, the public will Yankee Doodle ((Lori .tinlulling.. Niil ifspniisiMi, for, ,

Bradford County Florida County Court of Bradford CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND Club participated in District Williams pastor. Tiny Tots receive 15 cents per pound for McKinney Betsy Boss en'"rs \\ 111'11 given in IT tin

4'22 4tchg 5/13 County. Florida pursuant to a FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. eight .....1 Events Day at the rehearsal Monday night. household aluminum in frontof Lenore( Welty I i. Dolly (ilium1 or uhcii f 111'I| I is not\

Final judgement for Town CASE Jr6-15. :o.orthlarion; : Middle School Prayer :Meeting Tuesday TG & Y Store Bradford Madison ( Robin Stern)I. John t Ivped! and hHiiiultl" /: \ in I hiil, -

Finance Company of Starke. night. Senior Choir rehearsal Square, US-301 South ((837 Ill....
- - in Ocala. Paul Jones (iKnsty Johns).
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Florida and against Judy B. M. F. WIGGINS and MANA Participating're: Wednesday night. Story Hourat South Walnut Street) every Paul Revere I lLari i Ann
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Norman defendant in the who the Church each Thursday Tuesday from 9:30: to 11 a.m. Johns and Koss (
WIGGINS his wife Plaintiffs. Drew Andrews won a ), Betsy i Kelly
OF FLORIDA IN AN amount of S740 65 together with night. Junior Choir rehearsal Household aluminum
us CARL A. HARDEN and blue ribbon and first place Carver)
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. costs of collectIon. Friday night at 7:30.: Sunday includes such items as cans
his demonstrationas
LOTTIE L. HARDEN wife award for his
CASE NO. 76.115 (124321.: ) Have seized and have in my Defendants. a Junior I Individual in School Teachers conference 6 foil, pie pans frozen food and :Ms Cindee Lawrence spoke t WANTED J

possession the following Agriculture. Drew also won a p.m. Saturday. The Senior dinner trays dip, pudding and to :Mrs. Stephens' first grade

IN RE: The Estate of LILLIE described personal property to- NOTICE OF SALE blue award for his Ushers will sell dinners from meat containers. class this past week on the

BATTEN, deceased. vat: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in SHARE-TUB- the kitchen. Sunday School Certain other types of clean joys of gardening for fun and
Final performance 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11, aluminum may be redeemedat profit. The children were most WANTED: Residential site (for
that pursuant to a F'UN.Sandy: .
with dinner served at 1230.: with :Ms swimming pool. Leading distributes
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 1965 Chevrolet 2 dr Foreclosure and a lesser priceAII.aluminum impressed
Judgment in Douglas Stacey
creditors of the Estate of I I.D. No. 118375NI10462litle entered on April 12, 1976 in the Hayes, as a team in senior Evening Worship 6 p.m. cans have no Lawrence's green thumb wants a nice backyard
LILLIE BATTEN deceased are 9511987As above. that I, blue award for New Bethel and Kbrnezvr: side or bottom seams and are which she created 1 1 with a felt to display new 1976
captIoned cause division won a
Baptist (Churches Rev. Leroy for the Model of above ground pool.
hereby notified and required to non-magnetic.. tip pen just occasion
Gilbert S. Brown as Clerk of the their demonstration in Food
file any claims or demands the property of the above Circuit Court of Bradford and Nutrition Davis pastor. Prayer Meetingand According to John Snellen, Among the highlights of the Top consideration given for

which they may have against named defendant and that on County Flo"da.Mil sell the real Valerie Cason and Carol Bible Study 7:30 Reynolds district manager for visit were a spider plant lor Mime Location. Don't miss

said Estate in the Office of the Monday the 24th day of May property hereinafter described at Fussell. as a team in junior Wednesday. The Deacons and aluminum recycling a person each child to take home and opportunity Call 384 5156

Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1976 at twelve o'clock Noon on public sale at the East Entrance division. won red awards for Trustees will hold a business seeking information about instruction on how to care lor Jacksonville collect. 4 15 3tp

Bradford County. Florida, in the said day on the premises of the to the Bradford County CourtHouse their demonstration in Home meeting at 3 p.m. Saturday. aluminum recycling should the plant. 4 29WANTED

Bradford County Court House at Bradford County Jail I will offer Starke Florida, on May Environment. Business meeting at 7:30. All call the statewide toll-free On Thursday :March 2:;,

Siarke Florida within three (131) for sale and sell to the highest 7. 1976, at 11.00 A.M. The Everett: Hayes won a red members urged to attend. number 1.800.282.7797 any Miss Hose's kindergarten A good Christian'

calendar months from the dale bidder for cash in hand the properly is located in Bradford award in senior division for Sunday School 9:30.: Baptist week day between 8:30: a.m. class was surprised by a Isit family who would rent

of the first publication of this above described property of said County Florida and is more his demonstration in Safety. Training Union 5 p.m. and 5pm.For from the Tooth FairyActually teenager room and board

notice Each claim or demand defendant to satisfy the particularly described as follows: :Michelle Stilwell won a blue Ebenezer Baptist Church: our ,visitor WliS' Mon! thru Friday for summer.

must be in writing and must aforesaid Execution. LollS. M. F. Wiggins ribbon first place award for Prayer Meeting and Bible rt MeNot good friend of the Tooth Fairy. References exchanged Reply
Class, Thursday night. :Miss Prnissi. Denial) Me Rat 8162 Vernell
state the place of residence and Angie to BJ ?
Subdivision, according to plat her demonstration as a junior
post office address of the Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff thereof recorded in Plat Book 3, individual in Safety. Sunday School, 9:30.Iornlng: lgenist! for Dr. Parsons of St Jacksonville Fla 32220
Worship at 11. At 3 the May 6. 7. and 8 have been :Miss 4 4 29
claimant and must be sworn to Bradford County Florida4'294tchg520 Page 32. Public Records of Susan Douglas won a blue p.m. Ke>slone Heights lip 29
selected as the dates for the
Deaconesses will observe
told all about
by the claimant his or his Penissi us why
agent Florida.
Bradford County, ribbon first place award for
their 4th Anniversary annual I Forget-Me-Not! and him teeth fall and
it will become void - - our
attorney or This notice shall be published her demonstration as a juniorindividual of the Disabled
according to law. NOTICE (111 the Bradford in concluding services for the campaign about getting new' teeth toreplace
one time in Clothing.
American Veterans.On .
County Telegraph a newspaper Deborah Green won a red day.New this date ForgetMeNotssmall : !; them Later she gateall t MOTORCYCLES :::1
JJ WOLBERT The Bradford County School circulated in Bradford County, award as a junior individual : (Hope Baptist Church blue flowers of of us a dental) care kit and
SHAW. KOPELOUSUS & Board is requesting bids for Florida Fashion Hevuc. Rev. L.W.loses! pastor. taught( us how to brush our
remembrance be offeredby
HEAD mowing all schools in the countyas DATED this 20th day of April. Jill Hayes and Penny Riggs Sunday School 10 a.m. Starke
volunteers street
PO BOX 1086 needed or as called by 1976 who won white awards for :Morning Worship at 11. on teeth.MENUIOtt SL/CUKI: ui .1.i'I ( i ytHf

STARKE. flORIDA 32091) principal. GILBERT. BROWNAS their skit as a junior team in Communion service 3 p.m. corners Donald commanderof : :: \l'HII.2li-.HI: : ,,ulhu'ind, > ,: i,> i I I"n .Iff.

ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTOR Bids will be accepted on one CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT SHARE-THE-FUN.: : :Mt. Pisgah AMK Church the DAV Allfrey. said all :Monday' Hamburgers!( ,. Hluni'SJOJ! (I. AM L.st Li||

school or all schools per each COURTBY They were accompanied by Rev John Farmer pastor. contributions Chapter received, for thenOl'rs lettuce & tomalo. corn, fruit :Street: lf t ,Sty,
Choir Rehearsal Saturday
Submit sealed
EARL BATTEN Executor mowing only. and milk.
:Mrs. cup I
Green Mrs.
will be used in theChapter's
School before the first Sunday in each
of the Estate of LILLIE BATTEN bids to Bradford County Marion McRae
Wilbur Andrew :Mrs. Wilbur
deceased Board. 582 North Temple Deputy Clerk month. Sunday School 10 a.m. program of Tuesday: Sausage Links. FOR SALE Honda 7bO! four 72,
Sanderson. and Mrs.
Avenue. Starke. later than Loyd Communion Service at 11. assistance for the \\ arhdndlcappl'd perfect meet shape. well
4 292trhg5 6 no itchy Rice. Tomato Gravy green i
Stilwell. :Mr and Mrs. this
4 30 p.m., May 3, 1976. .. St. Johns :Missionary beans peaches, corn bread cared for. 7 OOO "miles - - David FussellVe
1t4'29 are really Baptist Church Rev Willie community. and milk.We'llnl'sdav'. beautiful like bum' I new ,in i
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR CITY OF HAMPTON proud of these 4. Hers. Huffman pastor. Sunday "It's easy to show you every way See after 'five, I
TAX DEED School 10 a.m. Prayer Band remember and appreciate the daily 9646061 itchy i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN UIHTIIIYPKTY sacrifices of these disabledmen
that T.W TATUM the holder of AND FOR BRADFORD Sealed bids will be received by :Missy Hart celebrated her Meeting Band 12Prayer noonlond.Jy.: and. and women" he said"TheForgetMeNot :Mashed uoUtoes.... {peas
COUNTY FLORIDAIN the City Council of the City, of her Meeting & carrots, applet-uuse lake
the following certificates has 13th birthday April 21 at : : >'oul'ar
filed sad certificates for a tax RE The Marriage of Hampton at the City Hall in home. Those helping her to Bible Regular services Class will combined.be held on May 6, 7, and 8 will show- rolls and nltlk.Thursday. To L,IN 1 K Cuss *,

deed to be issued thereon The HERMON RAMSEY, Husband Hampton. Fla until 800 P.M. celebrate this special occasion next Sunday. that you have not forgotten." Waitress and "

certificate numbers and years of and Shelia Ramsey. Wife. on Tuesday May 11. 1976 At were EI.llneIott.: Lisa L}nn, Spaghetti with
of God in
The True 'hurch
suance.. the description of the Case No. 76.116 which time and place all bids Kathy Hardison, Tootsie meat sauce Harden( salad. Cook Wanted
Rev Whitepastor. SERVICEMANPU. : :
property and the names in received will be publicly openedand Tucker Lisa Tucker, Sportie Unity. The District applesauce, french bread and Apply At

which it was assessed are as NOTICE OF SUIT read aloud on the followingitem Tucker and Dee Dee Hart her be held April 29 meetingwill through Bobby J. ,\barr milk. Norman's Rest. Waldo
follows' grandmother. Charity 4 : .
Certificate No 22 1 Box 279. Pell City Alabama Remodeling and Repair on the Luke and her mother. :Mrs assistant!May 2. Elder bishop Sampson, will preside.White Ft Bragg. :N.C. .- Army Friday Chicken & noodles

Year of Issuance 1974 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat porch of the City Hall and Jean Hart i invited. Private Bobby J. Abarr. ij peanutbutter sandwich
Everyone Prayer
Description of Property Beg an action for dissolution of Equipment BldgSpecifIcatIons Games were played. Ice :Meeting Monday night Terry whose wife Karen, lives in turnip greens stick chocolatepudding and Kldonstjck.ilile( Iravs TIlt I :

"Int of S Line of SW'4 & W marriage has been filed againstyou may be (cream cake, and pepsi's were Service Wednesday night. Starke, 1"101.SS assigned on carrot OFFICK: !SHOP, IMi.'Mi--,7ii.! ; ';

R W of Hwy 301 NELY on W and you are required to obtained dt the City Clerk'soHlce served) She received many Bible Study Friday night. :March 30 to the 82nd Airborne milk.

R W approx. 230', WLY on S serve a copy of your written at City Hall, Hampton. lovely gifts. A good! timea's Greater \II'n (hapel AMK Division at Ft. Bragg. N.C. --- ----

R W Cor Gr Rd 150' Sly E defenses if any to it on Fla on Mondays or had by all. Everyone' wished Church Rev. R G. Hep-lie The private. an

R W Old SR 13. 230'. E to RICHARD E WELTY. Attorneyfor \Wednesdays, 9 30 A M to her many more Happy Junior Church infantr'manith the 2nd Sale

POB. Sec 26. TWP 5 S. R 22 Petitioner whose address is 11 30 a m or Hampton General Birthday's. pastor.The will organize for Youth Day Battalion of the division's Equipment
Name 114 N Walnut Street. POBox Store
in which assessedK 325th Infantry. entered the
observance the second Sundayin
W Tomlinson 995. Stdrke Florida 32091 and The City Council reserves the ...tKSU'IO.I.SIrs.
Army in October 1975
May. Sunday School 10 11 AM Saturday
All of said property being in file the original with the Clerk of right to accept or reject) any or all :\ Carrie Hall of High! a m. Communion Service 11 complete basic training at Ft.

the County of Bradford. State of the above-styled Court on or bids Springs visited :Mrs Kffio a.m. and 5:30: p m. Jackson S.C., and was last

Florida before May 31 1976 otherwise a Hodge! and :Mrs :MargaretMcEven. The Junior Church will stationed at Ft. Benning, Ga. Keystone Auction Barn 4 Mi. N. Of Keystone
Unless such certificate or ,judgment may be entered City : Sunday afternoon. for the Youth
organize Day
certificates shall be redeemed (against you) for the relief The City of HamptonBy April 25. :Mrs. Hall :Mrs observance the second On Hwy 21CARS'TRUCKSBOATSMOTORS
according to law the property demanded in the Petition. : Mary Lee Allen, Hodge.! Vanessa and Tiny ate Sundayin Assorted size Index card file
May. Sunday School 10\
described. in such certificate or WITNESS my hand and the City Clerk lunch at The Branding Iron in Tilt OFFICK SHOP. Ph. &
a.m. Communion Service 11
certificates will be sold to the seal of said. Court on the 20 day Itchg 29Coolertltile Starke. And later went looking !9H4-3764.
a.m and 5:30: p m.
of 1976 ------------- for strawberries and
bidder the April found
higrwst at court First Born Church of the FARM EQUIPMENT Will Be Sold..
house door on the 18th day of some real nice ones.
Desk THE
: 1.h'lng(Jod. Elder S.V Cohens Spindles -
fvtov. 1976. GILBERT. BROWNAS | (Bid.rup".t.d pastor. Prayer Meeting OFFICE MIOP. Ph. 914-5764. You Can Check Sale Items Now For Sat. Auction., .
Dated this 14th day of April CLERK OF SAID COURTBy Janine and Brenda
l For .11Vrru Tuesday night. Terry Service
1976. | Willingham Susan Bass, and Call 473-3621 Anytime
Beulah M. Moody :Malissa Kabon were guests of .

Gilbert S. Brown Clerk Deputy Clerk School S\-" l It'ms, :Mr Allen Bass and his ,' ft Professional. There Will Be A Sale On First Sat.
by Beulah M Moody 4 294tchg5 20 Four school board daughter( Shelly in Punta

Clerk Bradford of the County Circuit Florida Courtof superintendents met here last Gorda l.Jstl'ek., April 17.23. TUav. Carpet. Cleaning Of Each Month
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4 22 4tchg 5 13INVITATION NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Thursday April 2'J.of to discusspossible if :Mrs Vida Scott of Franklin, Merchandise Sale Wed & Sat

TAKE BIDSAll savings money North Carolina visited her I 964-8596 Free Estimate
------------- small area counties band
cousins. :Mr. and :Mrs Guy Bill Lewis
together for bidding on food,
TO interested persons should testing materials supplies, Willingham and family April Steam OrShampoo Owner & Auctioneer
BID take notice that the City of 1618. 1O% Discount
The Board of and commonly used services.
.will SGT Paul D. Prescott
Lawtey soon acquire the Jr
Commissioners John Games of Putnam
Seaboard Coast T.D.al Patrick
Line Railroad on Air
County will receive sealed bids depot building in \Lawtey It is County Jesse Tvnos of Clay Force Base near Cape
to be opened at 1000 A M County. and Frank Phillips of SAVE SAVE
the intention of the City Councilto Kennedy visited his parents, Mr Fish
rvY 3. 1976. in the County Columbia County' met in
said :Mr and :Mrs Paul
move building to a Site in D. .
Commissioners Starke with Bradford Supt.
Room at the front of the Prescott. and 4 22 4 29
present City Hall and family April 23-
Courthouse for the Richard Jockel last week with
following to use said building as the new 25. He gave( his mother a silk
1 70 of about 14
Horse Power 4 Wheel representatives Erlt
City Hall dress made by his wife
counties and some school
tractor and 1 Offset
Therefore. all out of silk
qualified Sawing, from
Harrows Heavy Duty Complete persons of firms are hereby board members to discuss the Thailand It is so beautiful. He MAN-SIZE EC I !
specifications' be : Hwy 16 702 E. Brownleer
may picked
at the Clerks Office up requested to submit sealed bidsto ideaFurther discussions of the and his Dad went fishing( Sat TH4C
the City of \Lawtey stating at All of the family' had dinner
cooperative are

Gilbert S Brown Clerk will what move price said said depot persons to the or firm site expected submitted before to the the various plan is together Khondahltman Sunday was for a good day's work Mullet

on the City property and set up baptized a member of Deden
school boards for
4 22 4 29
2tchg Trout
.the building for permanent use consideration Cooperation Baptist Church. Sunday ab.
Said person or firm shall be .. the small afternoon at Rev Lacy C r
--- --------- among counlJt'Swould
. bonded and carry its own bring many of the Conway's place on Silver Lake Red Fish
, .insurance to cover employeesand benefits near Keystone Heights
purchasing nowenjoyed
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO also liability insurance for
by larger counties
REGISTER damage to other persons or their which better W KIMMNC.: .\''1\ KHSKY:
receive pricesbecause f
FICTITIOUS NAME property of the volume of :Mr andIrs: Arthur C'-at.

Pursuant to Section l 8C6.09 All bids should be received by products they consume Quicksall celebrated their I "" ".

Florida Statutes, notice is here- the City Clerk prior to the regular according to the first Wedding Anmvesary MiDt IN U.1A. Shrimp

by given that the undersignedJan monthly meeting Monday night. superintendents. April 28.

.* Hardwlck, I 806) N.W. 3Ech May 3, 1976 Work cannot begin All-Gear Drive Bigger Wheal.BiggvToughe .

Avenue Gainesville Florida, until final approval. received by Higher Clearance Fresh Daily From .:

32801, and Marcie M. Puce Rt. the City from the railroad Any 3 Point Hitch 4 or S ft. Mower '.

1. Box 288-C, Starke, Florida further information may be BIDS REQUESTEDFor 12 In. Bottom Plow Cultivator. Cedar Key Florida ,
32081: buemeaa under received from .
doing theft the City Clerk, Dlte Harrow Bedders

m name of "J &" M SWAP 782.3454 The City reserves the School Yards Planter Ferl. Spreader .al
Mowing '
SHOP", Uwtay. Oradford nght to reject, any and all bids Over. 20 Implement For 2 to 20 Acre ToChurchs Clubs Etc.

County, Florida 32068vlntands: received 1tchg4 29 3 Year FinancingYour S Pee'

to rsgleter said fictitious name Bid are requested. on any or all school yards in the, county. Special Discounts
under the provisions of of ormaidtut -------------- Bids should be listed per mowing or as called by principal INVESTMENT FOR A LIFETIME

% *. Submit staled bids to Bradford County School Board 58]

Jane. Hardwtek\ and Marcus\ LEGAL DEBTI North Temple Avenue. Starke, FL 3201 no later than 4:10p : :
I \/\ II not be responsible, for SUPERIOR TRACTOR CO.
M. Pace joint owner. debts made .m. May }. 197. Mr. Fish & Itr
Dated this 19th day of April, any by anyone other 1t 4 29 TFPage14
than 5353 WEST BEAVER a. 25 4 30 781-9011
A.D. 1970 at Stark, Florida. 'Yself.OaudeW.
Owen. Sr.
4/22 4to 5/13

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( fOR RENT J JFOR PERSONAL,. SERVICE t FOR SALE J t HELP WANTED j Floriland 393 N. Temple Realty Ave.: All TV Makes Service& Tape& Models.Decks Repair Of Of TV\V' : OJ

Corner Lot, with storage bldg. Call 964.7923 Dahmer's' r fI"""

RENT: Olin's Subdivision - -
1/2 acre I lots, S3QOO per ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: MISSION STORE--32)) N. HELP WANTEDExperienceseamstress 82' x 145'', So Walnut. Will sell 4/29. 8/20 arc
114 V"
month Water & Sewage Christian Street, Starke, Temple Ave./ Clothing collar maker for less than assessed value.
furnished For Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8p.m. dishes misc. items. 9:30 4 ;
: information call Tues. : to collar saner, side seamer. - REALTY
Mark Olin, Olio's Mobile Group. Call 1 p.m Women's p.m. dosed on Wed. 413P Apply in person to Cadillac 100 x 260 bldg. lot. Make an .Sundays ,
Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W. 964- 5/20/ Uniforms Mfg. Co. 441 East offer ')
Starke. 964-5606. or 9646894. 16tp 6/24 .... - 10:35: A.M. (, -
tfchg. --- ---------- Brownlee Street Starke, Fla.Itchg .
--- ---- -- -. --- ---- FOR SALE--1966 VW $149 40 Acres 1 mi. out of city --" --

SEWING MACHINES repaired, "Mechanics Special", MW 4/29----- - WPXE Radio
FOR RENT 12 ft. -
: wide motile all makes cleaned, oiled and tires, battery, clutch. Befit 31 Acres, 1320' on State Road. Cecefla/ Terwill/ gar
outside 1490
city limits. adjusted, $7. Work guar- offer. 7823576. - rr-
Gordon's Itp 4/39 Waitresses needed Must be
or 473- anteed. James Strickland, 48acres 'V mile on State Road.
-- -- --- 18
4777. tfchg. corner Morgan Road & Hwy. or over. Large farm house. Property values continue to spiral upwards Wise
------ -- 16 tfchg WATSON'S Apply In person at investments in commercial or residential propertieswill
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FOR RENT: Small furnished act. -- -- HOUSE OF VACUUMS pay dividends and the longer you hold onto> a
---- --- Pizza Hut 60, 2 BR, furnished trailer & 1 MOBILE HOME
9648420. 1tp 4/22 parcel; of property, the more the yield.
WILL BABY SIT for acre $6,600.VERNIE,
-- ----- --- child in home. any age Many brands of new vacuurw./ ; \ 915 N. Temple Ave/ Starke - PARKINSIDE How many times have/ you heard people telling about
FurnT: 964-6821.
FOR RENT: 4m.. my Used machines available. Itchg P. ODOM the time when they could have/ purchased a piece of
apartment. Also potted plants Expert Repairs all makw. Broker CITY LIMITS property for a small sum and how>> it has increased in
-- - -- -- Peg.
and jewelry for sale. Erma .. Parts and Accessories for ell 964-5475 964-7700 WALK TO BRADFORD SQUARE value; ? Make this come true by buying now and selling
Johns. 544 W. Call St., 964- ""11II vacuums./ Built in capital; G..MISCEllANEOUSFREE OR DOWNTOWN later for a profit.

5483. 1tchg 4/22 HOUSES FOR vacuum/ cleaning systems 712N. 30 Per MonthALL Many parcels property are listed with us. Come by
---- ----- --- SALE Main Gainesville/ 37 -7110. today and select a wise investment.

FOR RENT--1 and 2 bedroom iii... ......jj tf PUPPIES Have/ been CITY CONVENIENCESFIRE
weaned & wormed. 9645874or
furnished apts. 964-8071. 1 Itp -- -- -- --- PARADISE LAKEone of the most beautiful homes in
964-7067. 4/29
FOR SALE 3 tfR 2B GAS, WATER AND SEWER the Keystone area nearly -spacious -with
4/29 : By owner, 10 x 20 PATIO COVER Installed. plenty
: ---- -- -
-- -
brick home, double carport, /tt-.m. C. ear3on.. Jo-Lu Motel of property.
------------ $185.00, uninstalled $140.00.
partially' carpeted, drapes. :3 ----
FOR RENT--3 bedroom brick Gator Mobile Home Sorvfea.
house In Pinebreeze blocks from school Ph. 473- 372-9767. tfchg. Well built house on double corner REAL ESTATE 964-8810 TF CHG HOUSE BEAUTIFUL executive/ home on it quiefstfeet..CH&A.3

subdivision. $140 month.Ph. 2039 after 5 p.m. and weekends lot In city, with 3 bedrooms, ., ,."- <... BR 2 B, LR, separate DR, handsome
per --- --- ------ ev< v. c.
9647467. Itchfl 4/29 tfchg. 2 baths, living room, family : kitchen den that opens on to a scenic patio separate

------------ ----- --- FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 perroll room, nice kitchen, central heat New 3 BR 1'A bath stucco garage with workshop finest neighborhood...

FOR RENT--2 bedroom double FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 Bath, block shingles $10.50 per s q? and air, separate utility room CH&A w/w carpet $24.500 Long Champ -----

wide 4140 per mo. Partly' with LR, DR. Den & garageon plumbing fixtures Fiberglasstub plus swimming pool. $39,.600 terms. CROSBY: LAKE we have. the picturesque McRae

furnished. 3 miles North of large lot at 1105 W. and shower enclosures/ - Home and property to sell. There are several lovely/ lots left on

Stark off 301. Ph. 964-8656 Madison St. Call Freeman THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301) 18 acres in Lawtey 2-Story 4 BR 3 Bath frame -2735sq. the water and so convenient to town.
Register III 964.8771 South - 4 BuildingMaterials ----
after 2 p.m. Itp 4/29 or 964- tfchg. ft., Sep. Dr., fam. room,
5888. tfchg - -- .... 5-10 acre tracts, high land on acres with pecan trees $45,000. SWIMMING POOL Easy financing Join the
--- ----- -- --
FOR RENT.12x60 mobile home. - -- ---- -- FOR SALE: New & Used furniture paved road, Graham area. - swinging wet set! Boat house, indoor-outdoor

Ph. 964-8245 or 964-5261 after FOR SALE-1973 mobile home, new carpet # - 3 BR 1 bath Masonry, equity & -WE BUILD carpeting built-in wet bar marvelous/ Florida room.

4:30: p.m. lip 4/29 12 x 70, 3 bedroom, 1 3/4 Congoleum, cloth 30 cents assume SM mtg. $17,500. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS -- ---
3 BR, 1'A B, in
Brick city BeSSENT:
bath $500 yd., zippers 1 cent per inch.THE ,. - ROAD-Approx. 60 acres with a home which
------------ equity and YOUR LOT OR OURS'LFREE
= corner lot has CH&A: shed, barn, and trailer.
refinance. 782-3215 or 964- BARGAIN CENTER, XII 3 BR 1 bath frame, CH&A a nice

6078. Itp 4/29 South tfchg. .... - fenced cor. lot $15,000. ESTIMATES- -----
-- 4.29 acres fenced, a
---- --- --
AUTOMOBILESUSED I FOR SALE--By owner,- 3 FOR SALE-Gas stove. 209 E. Large frame house, excellent 2 BR frame, stove/ -ref. in country ADDITIONS productive vegetable garden, well landscaped pasture

bedroom, 2 baths between Adkins St. 964-6329. tt"4/29 condition, central H/A/ 3 bed $13,000 terms HOMES BOUGHT fields \with/ roses and beautiful trees..room for horses.
.. 2 bath
.. room, carport, corner _
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Starke and Lawtey off 301, SOLD TRADED -
28000. Ph. 964-6915. Itp FOR SALE-Fiberglas campertop lot. In city. 8.7 acres in Starke $15,500.' HIGH RIDGE ESTATES KEYSTONE a double wide

4/29/ longwheel base, like new - - ACREAGE FOR SALE trailer, completely furnished...lot 110 x 120, oak trees
SALE 1968 Firebird $325. Frame 2 BR house 1 bath 1
FOR : condition $400. 2 horse on
deep well septic tank and security
- -- --- --- 964-6853 light
Call Benny Zoltowski 968054 horsetrailer tandem axlfj. acre. Bayless Hwy. Area. 2 BR frame $8,400 owner will
FOR SALE--12 60 --- -
or 964-3136. Itp 4/22 x mobile - hold mtg at 7%. Hwy 301 S Starke TF
Excellent condition $600. Call
LAKE furnished
home. Central air, partially trailer on a beautiful lot.
- -- - 3 Jo 6 acres clear, 4 mi. N/Wof -
782-3872 after 5 aweekends. .
furnished. In mobile home p.m. -- -
Starke. 7.2 acres $2,000 per Acre.
park in town. 96 -8860 after 4 Itp 4/29
.:. __ - - BRASINGTONCadillacOldsmobile
I pm. 4/29 4tchg 5/20 Ceceda/ T Terw/l/egor/ Realtor
FOR SALE-Air conditioner 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, 12 acres well pole & septic
-- -- ----- 206 West Madison Avenue. Starke Florida
LOST AND FOUND I FOR SALE.1974 New Moon, 12 23.000 BTU. Used less than' N.W of Starke Terms. $15,000. Sales & Servicetmt'SvteitionOJ .
- -
one hundred hours $229. Ph. - L-.I-I!
x 60 Mobile home. 2 BR, 2
36.35 1300 ft. US 301
acres on -
964-7168 4/29 Curs 7'u/U'M/ (It
baths, CH/CA, smoke tip OFFICE
carpet, N. of Starke $56,500 terms. Cadillac, / /Mule. LBIbMIN 964-7776
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alarms. Presently located on HOME PHONE 964.5145
YARD SALE-Frl. &Sat. George Roberts Jr. - 2001 N.W. 13 318.5301GAINESVILLE
LOST--April 18 Walker rental lot on Kingsley Lake. 2.7 A. on US-301 in Lawtey -
$200 and take of Furniture, tools, soma !Of: REG. REAL, ESTATE BROKE
Foxhound black, white & up payments $9,200 terms. tf
everything. on
tan. SE Bradford County $25 $113 per mo. 9646208. Itp .tf 964-7826 - -
Turn left at Hammond
reward. 9648578. Itp 4/29 4/29/ Factory Outlet, follow *ignSi. Furnished 2 BR 1 % B. Mobile
-- - - -- -- -- -- ---- 964-6743. 1tp 4/29 home on 1 Acre Theressa Jimmy Moore'sSun NNNNe..Nre.N.Ne.e1NNeN.eNera

FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bed- -- -- -- ------ $9,600. Sports .
room, 1 bath concrete block FOR SALE-9M Ford tract UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. - I Ralph Bryan Real Estate :

PERSONAL SERVICEMOBILE home, central air/heat, $675. 14' fiberglas boat &! Reg. Real Estate Broker 140 Acres, Hampton area well MORE BOAT FOR I :
206 S.Water St. eiec.. pump, fenced, 36x64 open YOUR MONEY TF
carport with small patio, 1372 trailer $325, VHF color TV,
Blanding St. Ph. 9646087. pay repaid bill of $59. Call 964. National AdvertisingPaul barn, 24x60 closed hog barn STARKE PH 964.5791 i THE BRADFORD BOOM IS BACK! aWe i
Fal&lkner-Broker cement floor & elec. Appx. 45
4/22/ 4tp 5/13/ 8993. 2tp 515HORSESBuy COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
acres cleared &
Irene Faulkner-Assoc.S645066 planted -
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HOME MOVING: Also -- -- Sell and Trade. $18,000 down &assume$75,000 STERN DRIVE SERVICE I are now exclusive agent lor The Wood Sulxlivision :

mobile home hurricane anchoring FOR SALE: 60x12. 2 bedroom, 1 Call 964-8993. 4/29 2tb t 5/5/ HANDYMAN SPECIAL mtg, with Fed. Land Bank. AND REPAIR near the Country Cub These are large (Isome in excess of 1 :

and mobile home roof bath mobile home, like new. 90 - COMPLETE FIBERGLASS I acre) wooded restricted budding lots in the nicest section of .
-------- ---- 2 BR, kit., LR, DR, Bath, x
coating. Onn's MOBILE Home 964-8883. Itp 4/15 FOR SALE-Bradford 115 Volt, 100- lot, 720000. We have/ others Call ANY REPAIR I the Starke area, with paved streets, I
Service. 9645606. St Rd. - - -- -- TIME, day, evening, weekend. .
12.000 BTU air conditioner
16W & Jct. 233, Starke Fla. Also evenings/ (associates) 964- Prices start at $5,500 and owner financing is available/ with !
$200. Bookcase bed with & Celetex
box" 3'/4 acre- Frame
tfchg & 7154 & 782.3397 GLASS FISHING BOATS $9 little' as 10 percent down and 5 years on the balance ;
springs and & inner springmattress home 22' x 46' workshop
- - fOR SALE -I:IFOR $75. Quarter round: apartment fish pond 2 barns, I 'FOR LAND SAKE'' a

AVON CALLING: To buy ex self black padded wet bar with 3 chicken coop, shed. m LAWTEr fit. J&M reserve yours now i
stools $250. Call 782-3366. - -
Avon. Call 755-2807 or write 7B238O6SANDERS
Itchg 4/29 Rental income property for sale. ;_ ., I RALPH BRYAN
Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 !SALE: Corn fattened I4yo. Wife A nnmr. 03 i
------------ Realtor
Lake City. Florida. tfchg beef, J.R. Wainwright Swap Shop
FOR SALE-New golf carts I !nay or Night 964 8788
-- ---- .
9647835. 4/22 2tchg reasonable. Call 7823254. Itft 'It" "

BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete 4/29- -- -- - 4/29 .. '". Opening Sat. April 24 ,M.M/et9eNeN..1NSr.NtrNeN.eNe .NteMNI ..J
------ -- --- -
sharpening service/ circular, .
hand, carbide, chain, mower FOR SALE: Union County, 76 FOR SALE-Utility trailer 4'x 7'* LAWN SERVICE Buy Sell Trade o'-'a' ialIaiA -

blade hollow ground and nicely wooded acres, fenced, 554' All steel, excellent Make a dumptruck out of IJ!

balanced. Leave/ at Jackson 1320 ft. frontage on S239-A. condition $350. Warren your pick-up at over $225 964-5529 Dishes, Clothes, DeWitt C.JonesFuneral

Building Supply. Starke or Ideal for subdividing. 90000. Blevins, Lake Geneva Ph. less than list price. Installs LICENSED INSURED oIII

Keystone Heights tfchg. Call Dallas or Eleanor at 473-3433. Itchg 4/29 easily on most 12. '... I ton 13tpd 7/1 Fishing Tackle,
-- --------- pickups. Unload more than W Home ili
- -- -- Quality Realty. Realtors, 372-
10x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes 8441. After hours call 372- FOR SALE-2 tires mounted on 2 tons in IS seconds. Jewelry Furniture,
rims, size 778 x 15. Fits Chevy LIMITED number of Jet
and mobile homes. $180 1469 or 376-4790. 4/22 4tchg Telephone Indexes by Bates g a
installed $140 uninstalled 5/13 pickup truck 2-$20 321 Hoists at this price. THE OFFICE SIIOP, Ph. 964- Etc. Starke Phone 964.6200

GATOR MOBILE HOME -- -- --- --- Temple Ave/ tip 4/29 For information call 5764.
-- -- --- --- or writeSUWANNEE
SERVICE CO. Ph. 372 9767. FOR SALE: 1 acre homesites, Open 10.6 Daily Rental
-FresNy cut SALES
Gainesville tfchg.-- Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi.! W. Hospital Beds Crutches
- baled hay. Rye grass and P.O. Box 621 Closed Tuesday Walkers Wheel Chairs &
of Starke on Rd 100. Owner
clover over) Pensacola Bahal Live Oak, Fla. 32040
SPRING TIME is cleaning time. financed. 964-6488 after 6 $1.50 per bale for 50 bales and Ph.994.32-211 301 In Lawtey Keystone Heights Phone 473-3176
with 4
Bring springtime indoors p.m. tfchg. over. Rex Smith, Ph. 964. 3/28.5/13 rF rJ::
flower fresh cleaning of your --- --- --- ---
carpets and furniture, with SALES & SERVICES 7679. Itchg 4/29 .,. Paid for ,--------f : ocoa:: : "- .JIJI: =alOlin's :: = -,
on appli- -- - -- -
Duroclean by Oliver. For free Old Gold Jewelry Well I
496-2835.4/22 ances, used appliances, | Drilling
quotation call washing machines, dryers, MULTIPLELISTINGS Mimosa Manor Dental Gold

2tp 4129REDUCE A/C electric and gas stoves/ Mobile Home ParkA Sterling Silver, Etc. 2" Thru 6" t Subdivision
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THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 Regardless of condition. Free .
SAFE & FAST with South tfchg. Nice Place valuations in your home. Fast Rotary ,
GoBese Tablets & E-Vap Immediate payments. I
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"Water Pills" ANDREWS MH Lake Alto $6.800 To Live For Appointments writeor Drilling Equipment I I I
PHARMACY, 356 W. Madison FOR SALE-Registered Brahma I I I II
phone ((904)) 475-1089
Large Lots t
Starke. 4/22 2tp 4/29 bull and, two in year top old very condition.gentle, Star 5 2QRjDa, $7.500! Yard CareGarbage Old Gold EnterprisesP.O. I State Licensed

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NEW GQ.Base Grapefruit Diet Gingerbred Farm, W.E. StaS.-'lr' Mail Boxes Cans BoxCOZ Melrose FL :

Pill. Eat satisfying meals and Webb, Rt. 15, Box 278, Water : I Pumps I

lose weight, ANDREWS Maxville, Fla. 32265. Ph. 289- Starke, 2 BR 2 acres, $16,500 Cent. Sewage Plant

PHARMACY, 356 W. 2701. Itp 4/29 Garbage Pickup f ft Lots For Rent *30 Per Mo. Water &
Madison, Starke. 4/22 5tp ------------ 2 Car Parking HICK'SPOODLE New & Used V Acre Sewage Furnished

5/20/ YARD SALE--5 families, starts Southgate, 3 BR, $25,500 Concrete Patio t .
-- --- -- -- today last until-. 454 miles Improved. Street Sa/es-/ PartsService I Cll Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd. +Itrj&DM t

south of Raiford on US 121. Starke 4 BR, $22,500 Electric Service to. )
PART TIME Employment. Follow the signs. 49S-2270. 200 Amperes GROOMINGTwo E-Z Terms -

Starke area, evening work 1tp4/29 Metered Gas '
adults, Florida Times Union. ------ t
------ Full Time I OFTMn
I I Plumbinlil\\
4118. .
1-800-342-2709, Ext. -Mow In Bonus
SALE: Mobile home I Iota US-301 acres, $9,500
4/22 4/29 FOR FREE GroomersAppointments .
2tp .
Few lots still avail/ I > ;
$95 down. I
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able in several subdivisions.Ph. Theresa, 10 acres, $12,500' Electric Hookup For New Installation ) ;

CARPENTER WORK: Framing, 4681551. .

finishing lions Ph., remodeling 964-6767 or& addi-964- ------ tfchg.--- Theresa, 40 acres, $42,000 Phone 964-7498 tL Your Convenience. Remodeling I I I "I I'" I II I

r' 5028. 4/8 4tp 4/29 FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts Lawtey, 11 acres $10,000 j jLawtev. 964-7837 2/19 5/13 Repairs :

SUpplies. OLIN'S MOBILE ..... _
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NEED A NEW HOME? Maybe HOME SALES. Hwy. 100 WT: 60 acres $54,000Garage ". .-.-.;..-' -. ,#. -. I
remodel your old one. Call Starke, 964-560B. tfchg I Durrance\\
964-8007 ---- ---- All I Types Roofing
Crabtrea Builders at --- business on US-301 Public Auction I I
We do quality
work or 4851064.at fair prices. 4/8 4tp SWIMMING manufacturer POOL SACRIFICE and: 40e J, .D0 Pumps & Supply Residential & Commercial
4/29 Leading Every Wednesday and Saturday Mlghtsat 7 p.m
distributor has aluminum rectangular 4 mile north In Keystone Heights. Highway 21 Company I FREE Roof Inspection I
-- 40 and $700
-------- acres up per rtcte
pools 1 after) from Consignments Welcome
exterior, contract or hourly 1975 season. 1/2 price, guaranteed Turn Those Unused Items Into Cash I 864 N. Temple Ave. I New Roof Or Repairs I
installation and terms. FRED SACKETT Phone J-34J1
bids given freely guaranteed
Call collect Jacksonville days Starke Call 9647410Free
REALTOR 4.2tstcho.i27
first class workmanship. Bill Lewis
Lonnie Roberts, Raiford. Fla. or evenings 9043985103. 205 N. Temple (US.301)) TF Estimates
431.1768lfter 5. 4/8 4tp 4/29 4/15 3tp 4/29 .04 14-4522, 461.1753 Owner Auctioneer. 984-7061 -. L /I9.6413 J
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P.ICP16 TEI.KGK\P1I April 29.1

e -. Annual National Guard

V, CttyS Revue Set 3 P.M. Friday

People! once wore peony seeds around their necks to ward
off disease. Highlighting two weeks Co. D will) average repairing several times during the two-
annual training for 2,960 men 8S-100 major jobs daily week training
and women of the 53rd according to Sgt. RichardUnderhilshop Jacksonville University will
-+c Extra Clean Cars Infantry Brigade of the commanding present entertainment for
National Guard at Camp officer Company D is one of the troops tonight (Thursday.: ,
Blanding will be a parade this about 30 companies April 29)) presenting the JU
: (a (Dl1J[ J0 AUTO Friday at 3 p,m., when Major Camp Blanding which arrive revue, which features music,
Kennedy C, Bullard will from as far away as Miami comedy and jazz dancing.The
conduct his first revue as and Tallahassee to receive 13th Army band will also
-g 11lL! t LItL! SALES Adjutcant General of the training. perform m the presentation
Florida National Approximately 30 of
which begins at 7:30: p,m. at
The public is invited to the training personnel are the Officer's Club tennis
U76 CHEV. LAGUNA S.J 76 OLDS 98 REGENCY "p attend the revueDignitaries using newly constructed courts.

New, Blue 8 White Loaded, 2 EI. seats, A' attending the barracks, while the A low training profile for all
d remainder still
revue will be Harvey Cotton, use tents The personnel is scheduled this
REAL SHARP stereo, tilt, cruise, ect. m fix Jr, Governor Askew's new barracks are equippedwith weekend, as many of the out-
executive assistant; Major mess halls and of-town units will remain in
i $5495 $7895 General Henry McMillian, permanent showers and bath the area to enjoy a weekend,
I recently retired State facilities. as many of the outoftownunits
= I Adjutant General, and several Firing ranges are scheduledfor will remain in the area
= 76 HONDA NEW 75 VW RABBIT !! i other retired military extensive use this year, to enjoy a weekend of fishing,
} I personnel. night firing scheduled golfing and taking it
L Great gas saver with air Blue, 4 Speed m First unit to arrive for the ,
Q condihorong' two-week training beginning -T-- f AJ easy..W'
1 1Major Saturday, April 24, was Co.D,
$3495 $3250 g. #i the local Guard unit
# commanded by Captain
Robert Kelly The member -'
V 75 MONTE CARLO 75 BUICK ..op ....;:. .. -:.. unit is a maintainance
company, with the primary
Landau cruise tilt Landau 2 door :
2j charge -
E .. .. ... repairing any major
windows sterec less than 8000 miles I. malfunction in Army vehicles,
weapons and
: General Kennedy ('. Bullard front( right) on hand early Saturday morning to watch ('0. I). canvas materials.
: $4795 $4895 <'rl''t.. mol 111"1111 ncl'tent of u pl'rmlllwnh'OII'n'tl'slab SI-C' .FL Ualterson supervises his crew, (li I.
ft')Sgl. llall.M'j; ('arllon.SI'1 Sellers, MM Crute.MM Bennctand SIM Gaskins. raising the lent.

.. 75 CHEVY PICK UP 75 POP-UP CAMPER YotttIi,15Saves

II AT PS PB low mileage y I
On 1972 Ford truck both? e Girl/
L tin shed t
camper .

C $4495 $3785 Suimiri'r,/ I ? _

74 FORD RANGER 73 SATELLITE Quick thinking, fast action v : .
ai aits and know-how the of
on part a15rearold
Short Wb SEBRING Jacksonville youth Co D Electronics; Section members (II-rl SP4 George
PBS Hamilton, SI'6 Robert Itaulerson. |liT| Alberthistler ,.,
2 door A T A.'C PS, swimming Sunday at Gold mid M
4 Wheel Dr Maxle :Norton;
work on radio sets to maintain
AM FM 8 tape Head State Park, is attributedwith proper
the life of Ann communications for its unit The section has worked on more
i $3495 $2495 : -w; Wallace saving, 11 of 1249 Blanding than 2K( sets this week as part of its Army training and is also
responsible for
u' Street: Starke. setting up a switchboard and maintaining u
w73 According to Capt. Joseph system
JEEP COMMANDO 7Z FORD PICKUP Knoll of the State Park !Miss .
4 Wheel Dr Auto Trans ttr11eW Wallace was apparently
P S SWB, Clean located in herself approximately along floats 12 SALE

feet of water when she slippedand
: $3395 $1695 went under Beginning May 4th
l Pulling her to safety was
!Mark Allen Duffy a nearby
C 72 fORD GALAXY 72 DATSUN STA. p swimmer, and she was Latch Hook Rugs
"'J revived with mouth-to-mouth
N- 500 WAG. M resusitation by young Duffy 1 10 to 50 % Off
V8 A T PS PB lOw Air' Cond Luggage
and his mother, I lope A. Duffy
b I' ease 4 door Rack :D ( 0. D. deploys two mobile maintenance units to perform spot checks on all military \ehitles. of 5804 Blackthorn Road, Selected Patterns
Ihev' check certain key'' items on the vehicle, and when they find MunelhinU faulty, the driver may Jacksonv'ille.
C $1495 $1595 ;: either fix the, vehicle' on the pot or walk Stopping one or> their own men I'WO VI t'rosuv. for an "We1'1'1' very lucky to
; Inspection II r) are I'rC' Kick Faulkner K-2; Steven \\jissinncr SIM ;Michael Coward. SI'} Kubin have him there," said Capt Rya Rug Yarn
: llemleiith, unit learn Chief, !Sgt. Iit :Noi' -man. Knoll lie also related to the
.X: 71 CUTLASS-S 63 RAMBLER ; press that he was in the Close Out 50 % Off

C At Ac Ps Bucket Seats a: process of writing a letter to I
Auto trans, aIr coed Tench the young boy commending
Judge AssignedTo
Console power steeling Good Car a. him for his fast thinking The Magic Needle
The young girl was

$1895 I $395 Bradford Court County transported Hospital to by Bradford Keystone J J5 J 17 BessentRoad
y - 1 ...
Itescue 75. It was learned
J o'l In J reassignment: of judges John J Crews has the optionof trovc-rsies surrounding sen- Monday that she was released Starke, Florida
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : withintheEighth i : Judicial: i I Or switching circuit t court tencings of criminals from the hospital that eveningand 964-5149
exit, Judge Benjamin: assignments every six "Each case has to stand on doing fine.Following 964-6300
*' I Benmonti I lench, 51); has months A year ago Judge its own merit Each defendant the incident .
.. 473-4470 & 473-4078 U'en assigned' to takeover the Crews announced, his intention should be dealt with as an Sunday, Capt. Knoll stated he : sea S dav 1 VI 4tMother's ,
Bradford County Circuit Court In frequent) rotate the six individual depending on the and park personel will be
Extra Clean beginning 1 June 211. circuit court judges so that nature of the crime he com tracking! down on the lack of r
; Cars *- Chief Circuit Court Judge each is experienced in all mlts,"Judge Green states He parental supervision and
-=--- areas of law said he looks forward to the tutailing horse play in the
= '- -" Crews, 5-t. w ho now holds no job. water. D
administrative< post, mined He sated that he has y
\ {''Yf1fIQ.4 himself to the Baker and Green has been administrative directed his personnel to take
FLING Imon t'ountv circuit. Judge judge of the civil depart- children out of the water who
g' fJWd John A.\Iurphree: Tl I. was ment this past year after a are on the beach unattendedb SpecialsFREE Se1ko
", switched from administrative stint as juvenile judge and isprl'sl'l1t1y \' parents.
;i t/I/> judge of Baker and Imon administrator of the Children whose parents watches
V's: counties to head the civil Bradford court. Green was the bring them to the park andIhl'lI
.''IIi/.....,. 771'V; department public defender from 1UG3 to leave them will also be
J / Judge H A "Buzzv" Green, 1973 kept out of the water, he Engravin
::::; Jr youngest!( judge In the circuit stated
: I-:::"" / at ::17! and a Stai ke native, Judge Wayne> :M Carlislewas "We are going to take firm
\.. will become :administrative reassigned to be administrative action at this point and be On Items Bought
;:: judge of the criminal department judge of the juvenile very strict." he added
I i"'S: y the lob| that traditionally division and of the Levy and Life guard duty does not
draws the most public Gilchrist. County Circuit begin at the State Park until Here From .1
M ii I y i attention he-cause of the ion Courts. May' 1 I. At this time it will be

i { _(A\ __ E'3 -.O.. IF.cfk \ on a weekend_. basis: BeginningJune l > EY) May 1 1st Thru 21pc
v v I lite guards will be on
; o o duty every day of the week. May 9th 1976Order
Three fatal drownings
CheckOut 7"nm i L aO occured at the State Park

s I, early in the season last
summer. Each occured in
April, May and June Your
This ym i The third drowning of a
Jacksonville youth resulted inclosing Mother'sRing
24x603 Br.2 the two docks last
Bath6995, summer in the swimming prince\
Furnished Del. CONVENIENT "C- area at Gold Head in an effortto

WiiIiI LAY.AWAY PLAN QZ.7:: prevent future tragedIes. Gardner Early
The docks: will not be open to
12 x *O 12x6O a swimmers until June 1 when
2 Br. 10x50 "THEAD. SCARVES full time life guards> are on And Save

FrontLiving Mobil* Homo !!(; .t t; Mutt Print & Colors dutyHawthornelllun
Would '
GoodCondition 10Beautiful % -
Room! ." / :1
Groat For A / 'Just e
D l. JL Sot -' $3to$4LADIES f)9s
FurnishodGood i'f._ Charged With Styles

Cond. USED SHORTS Uei tin twlIsIs.I "
I Assorted Styles
3995 V.1 V Assorted Materials r LA W TE Y-A Hawthorneman
$1995 : Variety of Colors h' was arrested and on three
traffic resisting
Sizes 8-18 arrest charges with violence early Ask For Our 10% Charm

Mar Olin Will Save You Money 1 ,tl'' /Just $597 SizesII Jr $697 Saturday morning Discount On Cash Bracelets

Jerry Jerome Edwards, 28
\ HALTER TOPS was placed in the Bradford Items Only
Jail for
2REPOSWITH PCS Bra & Cape Sleeve County resisting
arrest by Law ley policeman
Blouse Cotton & Polyester 'Charles Carterho \
I Jr Sizes 5 Thru 13 additionally. charged Edwards No Extra ChargeFor

ONLY 5% Down Red. '14<"Just $900 with intoxicated driving, reckless driving while e/ Layaways

and driving while license C"

Look For The Champion Mobile Home Advertised on Television f@ SeeOurSpringJewelry.IIecillaces. / .Earrings suspended.recognizance Edwards was bond released later on Th 01".h.-".., ,

Then Come See The Homes At _Turquoise & Stetlinq Silver Watch Bands Saturday morning. ,

138 E. Call charges Failure of to driving pay a fine while on **nfs ) Happy

StarkeIJ intoxicated led to the arrest of
I David James, 57, of Lawtey,
Mon. thru Thurs... Sat Saturday. James was Mothers
Olin'sMobile released from the Bradford Day
9am 5:30: om County jail on bond
la other traffic incidents,

: : HomesFHA 0 9am 6.00pm: Friday p @ booked 17-year-old into juvenile the Bradford was FROM : Gem Jewelry

County Jail Sunday evening
Available On New Homes )h for v''Iful and wanton reckless 109 E.: Cull St. Sturke' Flu 32O91
o O 0 dr ng on SK-200. The young
man was released on $ISO 964.5211
t3 0 bond.


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