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: May 6, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I. ---- Raging Fire Burns 425 AcresMn 8 Days In Santa Fe Swamp ---- I

be A raging forest fire said to seven-foot- deep- mucklands. A exact cause which may have area, all of which was saved," 'i would jump an eighth ;'a Rayonier saved 690 acres of time fire has Invaded the this.IL time, there are doubts
Bradford the worst to strike slow .62 rain falling Saturday, resulted from burning to Boosted by winds from the 1 mile from the main body, young pines, thanks to control Santa Fe Swamp since 1938 that it is permanently
burned County in 20 years and Sunday accomplished the reduce brush in the area; a southwest, the fire swept into :starting new fires from wind- burning it had done in recent and the largest woods fire in extinguished because of the
Fe eight days in the Santa job that couldn't be done by spark from a chain saw or Bradford County in a.'blown sparks. Nealey weeks.At the county since the mid1950's small amount of rain that
Swamp, sweeping 425 man due to the impossibilityof other heavy equipment; or the northeasterly direction// O'Connel of ITT-Rayonier when 470 acres were brought it under control
acres of timberland and working heavy equipmentin commonly blamed toosed cutting a mile-wide swathe/ said the intense heat was burned in a 17-week muck fire Muck has been know to
threatening homes south of the treacherous swamp match or cigarette butt. about 2'/i! miles long, almost'Xreaching "knocking the tops out of pine heights of the fire, six near Rowell Lake. smoulder
Highway. 18 in the Theressaarea. area. The fire finally The logging operation was Highway 18 west of.;/' trees 60 to 70 feet tall'r in tractor crews were being usedto Smoke from the fire was pot holes underground"you could, eatingout 10IIe.
appeared beaten Sunday carried Theressa. When halted plow fire lines in an effort to
the advance
being on by finally of the flames. reported visible from as far as tractor in" and bunting into
eight days after first reportJSaturday Huntley firm of Middleburg. It by weekend rains and \astf\ of the stop the advance. Around 25 Gainesville and Baldwin, flames weeks after it ,Is
Defying the efforts of six April 24. is reported that one of their ditch stand by firefighters ate'\, burned-overland, around 350 men were used in the firefighting about 30 miles from the apparently out.
tractor crews to bring it under Starting in the northeast men had gone into the area graded road south of 18?t e acres, was the property of W. operation, including burned area in different
control, and reaching near edge of Alachua County the Saturday morning, April 24, to fire was within 500 feet of/ R. (Bill) Alderman, son of the personnel of the Bradford directions. Smoke was so In fact, one tractor
fire-storm intensity, the fire fire was attributed by the check equipment He is said to Topsy Brown's house, a.two- late T. J. Alderman of County Volunteer Fire dense at times along Highway belonging to the logging
was apparently out several Forest Service to operationsof have left before noon, and the story structure of heart'pine Hampton; 40 acres was land Department, who managed to 100 in the Theressa area it was company was a pot-hole
times, only to burst into a logging crew working on fire was "picked up" and that would have been leased by ITT+Rayoiuer, and reach the head fire with water patrolled by the Florida victim and was finally
flames again after the south side of Santa Fe reported about 2 p.m. The extremely vulnerable. about 35 acres belonged to hoses as it approached the Troopers extricated from its pit by an
smouldering underground in River. An investigation will be operators had some $110,000 Forest service personnelsaid Topsy Brown. Brown home Although there is no ITT-Rayonier tractor Monday
the swamp's sometimesBerries conducted to pinpoint the worth of equipment in the the first was so intense it McConnel said that ITT- This is said to be the first apparent fire in the area at morning.



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97th Year Starke, Florida 15 Cents
42nd Issue Thursday, May 6.1978 Copy

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;i FPL Contract Seen Demise

I Of City Power Production

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Contract for a permanent outside power source is yet to be signed between the City of Starke and
1. ,, Florida Power and Light (FPL) although the city has !been receiving an additional 1,500 Kilowatts

'fI; since"There March.are a few more things I'd like to check out before I tell the council to sign the contract," Energy Crisis
I city attorney George Pierce told FPL. service supervisor Sam Adukiewicz during the city council
II meeting Tuesday night.
"It eels down whether to do away with the utility system or not. If we Stan this contract. we're
I not buying power on an emergency basis any more. We're buying power regularly and not
producing our own. I don't know if I want them to do that," Pierce admitted. Being Hidden
Adukiewicz encouraged the council to sign the contract, which authorizes the city a total ot 3.000 ,
KW demand at about 2.17 cents per KW as opposed! to the 2.5 cents it now costs the city to produce it.
An emergency 1,5)0() KW tie-in was opened for full-time use and a new tie-in of 1,500 KW was
approved in early March by FPL. The city is still negotiating for additional power to facilitate UF
summer peak loads. Prof SaysA
..y "? 'V 11rI r11R IRrI r11lfr,1 Y f1R "It's to your advantage to sign it. We can go no further until you do. At present any payments you
make are being held back until we have a contract," Adukiewicz told the council.
The purchased power was demand.- Demand- the highest last year's payments cannot grim overview of the the l''.S. must turn to either
negotiated because two rate the city will pay, is set yet be made until general energy crisis was brought to solar energy or nuclear
R generators went down for within 45 minutes after the liability is secured, Roberts Starke Rotarians last witk by energy or a combination of
F /fR/RR Ifl rlflppErrrt'rt'7r'1Iierref"rfnin repairs that will not be power is turned on, according said. Dr. Robert B. Guither. both. The world's oil supply
complete for several months. 4>$> the power company In other action at Tuesday professor and chairman of the will be exhausted around the
Total power capacity at the 'representative. The city will night's meeting, the council: Department Mechanical: year 2035 if consumption
city plant is now only 7,700 gel its best rate when usage is Authorized a promotion Engineering University of continues at the present
---/ / ; 1 KW. insufficient to meet peak as' high as the demand ceiling.I"As from qJera1ot.too lineman hr Florida. .**.w --- < pace.: he declared. .
summer needs of more than the utility department at a In answering his own The speaker charged Ihat
Many: of the newly-painted bicentennial: city fire hydrants have an even newer face: now that the 9.000 KW, according to city long as you want us to cost of about $200 more for the question "Where are we those in government are
Future Business Leaders! America dressed up downtown and l'S-il: () plugs Business! teacherI'aula : engineer Merrill Dees provide the highest power going for energy hen (the oil concealing the truth about the
Register right, oversees! a part of the facelift being executed: by Karen Hover and Lynn $::>0,000((> for a new switchgear needed, you have to pay for it (See Page 2)) runs out." Dr. Gaither said energy crisis until after the
:Mc>\ley. to increase capacity of the big sitting there ready to go on," November elections.
Junior girl stouts: painted tops of the hydrants while, boy scouts turned the mid-!sectinns: blue, and 3,300 KW unit in the plant has Adukiewicz said. I "It is an unpleasant topic"
the local cadette troop painted the bottoms,, red. been switched to build a At one time when the city he said. "But whoever is
:Money and materials for the fancy plugs were donated by the Starke Rotary Club, Guaranty substation required for the tapped into emergency power elected this fall muM 'lace up
Federal Jackson: Builders! Slarke .Paint Center and Register: Oil. FPL tie-in. for an extended period of Bradford Coed to the energy problem hiehhas
Cost of the FPL power will time, the rate was been neglected for too
UEISICSET: ); :MONDAY); depend on its usage and considerably lower than the long."
cost of producing the juice at "Harnessing (the sun's
the power plant. When the Named State's energy could save the nation
emergency power was used one-fourth of its l'nl'rgcosts
Bids High On Portable Classrooms only a few hours, rates soared, right now" Dr. Gaither said
Dees said.Council charging that government has
did not comment or short-changed the solar
act on the contract at the STAR Student program.
Tuesday meeting. The "Solar energy for hot water
Needed For 1976-77 School Year contract has been before the heating and the heating of

__ council since March. Local school and chamber Darla's guidance counselor at buildings is feasible now" he
mas on nine relocalableclassrooms on the was! is to oe deliveredby come in at around :$11,000 per requested to possibly changethe Insurance talks at t the semi- officials are "tickled to BHS. said "and economical solar
I were all rejected the board at its regular relocatable building state's recommended list monthly meeting revealedthat death" that Bradford High An avid reader of all typesof energy is not far down the
I j by the Bradford County School meeting next Monday averaged a little more than of priority building projects, the city as of last week is coed Darla Christopher has literature is Mrs. Aljets' road Some of the most
i I Board at a special meeting afternoon after a work session $14.000, causing a $27,000 and should be initiated withina insured for workman's been named Florida's STAR description of Darla. significant work on this
I I Monday afternoon as the slated for 5 p.m. today overage on expected costs of few weeks, but the compensation, auto liabilities student of the year in Darla is vice-president of program is being performedin
I (board faced higher costs than (Thursday, May 61.) the nine buildings. possibility of gaining state and fire Insurance agent competition among 15 top high the junior class at BHS, was the Solar Energy:
planned, although a decision The lowest bids, expected to When bids were authorizedto approval is "not favorable," George Roberts reported that school students from the president of her class as a laboratory at the t'nivcrsity
i i I I be let by architect Craig said general services director he is still seeking general state's 15 congressionaldistricts. sophomore. She was vice- Salley, the board decided to Jesse Moore. liability coverage for the city, president of the junior honor "Growing dependence on oil
: Wearing build the relocatables even if Two bids fell lowest, and on but is having rate problems "She is really some society and is a member of the !from Arab countries is on its
borrowed local money was base costs fell at exactly the because insurers are student," says Bill Wilson, senior honor society. She is way to bankrupting the l'.S.,"
I needed, in order to facilitate same dollar value, again extremely cautious of natural executive director of the president of the History Club, Dr. Gaither said. "Electric
E'llo..t'SeaSOII movement of sixth grade complicating the board's gas operations. Starke-Bradford Chamber of representing the club on the (See Page 2))
II classes from Bradford Middle decision. Salley Increasing auto liability Commerce. The STAR student county Bicentennial
School to the elementary recommended after the coverage lawsuit maximumset program is sponsored by the Committee. She is a memberof
With some growers opening week that the 1976 season schools this fall. State! dollars meeting that a mini-bid be by the state hiked the Florida Chamber of the Spanish Club and HamptonFDAsks
their field on a U-pick basis would grind to a halt in could not be spent on the called from Newman city's insurance payments to Commerce and stands for Camera Club and was on the
and a flood of California another two weeks. project without approval by a Construction of Jacksonvilleand $37.309 to day without general Student Teacher Achievement tennis and debating team last
strawberries depressingprices Unusually cool weather for state survey team, which Triest! Construction of liability coverage. Although Recognition.Miss year. FundsSaying
it was predicted this :May has contributed to previously found new Keystone Heights to correct increased insurance Christopher, in her The 15 STAR student
prolonged life of the season classroom space unnecessary.A some lasl-minute details and disbursements are already junior year at BUS with a 3.958 contestants were taken on the Hampton
but prices are hovering closeto spot survey has been (See Page 2)) apparent, total coverage from average, competed in tour of the state capital on Volunteer Fire Department is
the $3: 25 per flat mark, and Tallahassee Monday and now operational, Chief George
j [l JI', 11 tunTicr most growers say it is Tuesday with six girls and Davis requested Monday that
unprofitable to pick for I UGH License Gran Monday I nine boys.> She is the first the Bradford County
market when the price drops female state winner in the 12- nr Commission disburse to
below $5. year-old contest. Hampton its fair share of fire
"We come out better with BHS school officials say the fighting funds.Commission.
l the U-pickers getting them at June 7 Target Date Set By Board contest is usually won by a Chairman
50 cents a quart" they say. student from a private school. George Roberts repeated the
Morris Carter, Jr., the LAKE BUTLER administrator Eugene :Medicaid and Veteran's board's earlier position that
county's largest grower, has Provisional license granted, Hardval. This skeleton staff Administration accounts to As in the 23-county district 1s the fire department must be
opened one field to the public the Union General Hospital will be able to man hospital accommodate more patients contest Miss Christopher was operational and must further
J as has Luther Hilliard. Othersare Board of Trustees set a new operations 24 hours a day witha from the Lake Butler quizzed on her knowledge of f submit a budget, outlining in
expected to follow suit. target date Monday night of patient load of five to 20, Dr. community, Hardval said. business, economics, detail how the funds are to be
Carter Is still disenchantedwith June 7 to open full hospital Jewell said. The licensure, granted education, and general facts. spent before any funds will be
the new Florida Belle facilities for the first time Now that a license number Monday precluded all such She was asked to define such 1 j...; dy / released.
variety in quality and yeild, since it closed in May, 1974. has been granted, the hospitalwill applications and opening terms as gross profit, net !;,.. P;. Hampton's share of the
THURSDAY, MAY although Sequoias are still Another meeting of the apply for Medicare, plans, and is still not in the profit, about status of current --A"- \ ; county's budgeted fire
holding their own, he said. In board has been set for hands of the board> as bills before the legislature, fighting funds would be $4,098.
BCTAX COLLECTOR Carter's opinion Florida Monday, May 10, at 7:30: p.m. April i Itiiildinr Hardval verified its approvalby and about her personal viewson 1s-1 I (/ Roberts emphasized the
OFFICE CLOSED Belle is not a good shipping to finalize plans for the phone. subjects such as politicsand Darla Christopher commission wants its money
berry. He says it turns dark opening and coordinate an 110 1tl4 tifler abortion. State STAR Student spent on equipment, so the
overnight and loses its lustre open house for the hospital "I'll believe it when I see it Judges were from various town will have something to
SUNDAY MAY before reaching the market. during the weekend before its on the table before us," said state industries which sponsorthe which they got a look at the show for the money spent
Sequoias, on the other hand opening.Dr. At Sri((1/O/O( board attorney Hal. Y. program, and award a legislature in session and met Hampton has been refused
I RAIFORD CYCLE hold their color and brightness M. L. "Buck" Jewell Another good month, Maines, speaking to the $1,000 scholarship. various state officials. Who county fire fighting funds
I ENDURORACE for four or five days Carter announced to the board totaling over half a million several months delay and She chose her biology made the biggest impressionon because its volunteer fire
10 a.m.- TMAY38 says. Monday night that he has dollars in building permitswas waiting for document.In teacher, Ms. Sandra Smith, asher Darla? department was not
Though acreage was small- notified his Kissimmee clinic reported by County order to prepare hospital STAR teacher. Ms. Smith "Gov Askew lie is so operational. Hampton had a
.... down to about 75 this yearit patients of his leaving to cometo Zoning Director L.M, Gainesat records for a preopeningaudit received a $500 education sincere." Askew sat down and new $23,000 fire truck on order
BOOK SALE has been the most profitableseason the Lake Butler hospital to the end of April. the board voted 3-1 to grant. The two also won a talked to the students for some and had looked to the county
Outdoors .tthBradford in recent years, with a practice full time. He has been Permits for the past month allow the Professional seven-day cruise to the 45 minutes. money to make the payments.
Co. $6 to $6.50 range through the operating the Union General totaled $500,250 in the Auditing Association collect Bahamas. Darla had to rush back The county however refused
Librarytourtotv season until California outpatient clinic three days a following categories: 27 past due bills which will haveto Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday from Tallahassee to the money because the fire
Of entered the picture. In the week since February and mobile homes. $218,230; 10 be written off if not paid by Thomas D. Christopher of compete for a trip to truck was no in operation.
week before Easter, prices returning to his Kissimmee single family dwellings, auditing time. Trustee Doyle Starke, Darla's dream now is Washington in Clay Electric Hampton had to let the new
i1r!; (0nummty! soared to$7 higher per 12-pint practice during the latter partof $177,300; Miscellaneous Archer voted against the to attend Harvard Law Cooperative's annual Youth truck go back, but has
Mate illnnkI flat. the week. His traveling to additions ect., $30.140; 3 move, saying that the chancesof School.> She is aiming toward a Tour Contest. She and BHS received a refund of money.
; Production will dwindle Kissimmee will cease swimming pools, $24.000; one a collections firm collectingthe career somewhere in the student Briar Patray Hampton Fire Chief George
Account!Now Inturetf Up from now on out Carter said, effective June 1, he said. poultry house, $30,640; one three-year old bills was criminal justice system."I daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Davis, on the job the past two
I T.140 too ayfld.raiolelyy ,, although the U-pickers will be About 25 key personnel will egg cooler, $8,000; one hog slim. The firm will be paid a tell her to aim big. She James Patray of Keystone months, assured the
1..uuncoC. / scrapping from several be hired two weeks in advanceof shelter $2,500; city hall, $23 month retainer fee and 30 has all the tools it takes to get Heights, both won places on commission the town'old fire
weeks. the opening, said hospital Lawtey, $9,240. (See Page 2)) there," says Allison Aljets, the tour. truck Is now operational.


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I 2 TELEGRAPH: :May 6, 1970

. Councilman Thomas Pays Penalty For Unauthorized LB Line. Hookup May 18 Opening

LAKE BUTLER unanimous vote of the councilto announced- to the press, Improvements- to nearby Union County Taxpayers while the UCTO directed and sewer lines' (tel extend Set For LocalVegetable

Allegations that city require a penalty fee reopened controversy streets, or, remove Thomas Association accused Thomasof criticism of property service to his property
councilman T S Thomas, Jr. following a verbal battle at a surrounding paving of streets from the street committee installing water and sewer', improvements! begun by Thomas said. James andDanny
I extended water and sewer special meeting of the council and extension of water and chairmanship. The motion did lines to the area for personal Thomas.Thomas also said the who owns one block, Sale
lines without approval and Thursday. April 29. sewer lines in the SE Seventh not get a second after Thomas benefit. Installations were not developers offered to buy the have also paved 1,300 feet of
hooked up to city lines The meeting, called by Avenue area of town, where told the council he had then, but have been, approvedby .land purchased by James, but city streets at a cost of $3,600 Opening date for the
illegally resulted 'in a councilman Bill White and not Thomas' sons own property. completed private work in the the council. Thomas' son, the sale was awarded the out of their own pockets their Bradford County farmer's
Thomas has been area at no cost to the city. James had purchased four highest bidder. father said. retail-wholesale] vegetable
supervising citv street work in White also told the council acres of land in Septemberand Pritchett said that the New At the end of the 2'/j hour market is set for Tuesday,
Foundation Paving Co. the area while simultaneously that two water and sewer lines looped around the 10 River Developers did not own discussion Thomas produced May 18, to continue in
conducting work on private hookups in the area had been residences to benefit from (the as much land as Carroll receipts from the pipe operation as long as adequate
ASPHALT PAVINGFill property, causing confusion made by Thomas without extension In order to be run mentioned, only about eight company laborers and produce is available
on where city work begins and council approval and that the directly to James' properly, acres, and that the New River equipment rental company to according to county agent
Dirt private improvements begin sewer planl was near the UCTO said. Developers were not prove that expense for water Bobby Taylor and market
Grading and how much of each the city capacity. Councilman Tommy Thomas said that the UCTO connected with the UCTO, line extension and road pavingwas manager Bob Allen.
should be responsible for. Spires moved and Thomas argued with the although all three men are paid from private Produce expected for the
LandscapingFree White said. seconded that the improvements because some members of the organization.He Thomas funds. first sale includes potatoes,
White the said Carroll's accusationof said the string beans squash onions,
opened meeting unauthorized utility lines be developers involved with the Mayor John Shaw
Estimates with a motion that the city disconnected if the $200 tap-in UCTO wanted to purchase the desire to develop lands in council should commend( sweet corn cucumbers,
stop work on the paving fee had not been paid in 24 property James owned and competition with Thomas was Thomas for making the tomatoes and greens. The
Phone 964-7813 project on SE Seventh Avenue hours, and council voted a could not buy it. not true, because he owns improvements at no cost to market is scheduled to be
until Thomas finished his unanimous, Council also Attorney Wayne Carroll some of the land around SE the city. Shaw said he had not open on Tuesday afternoons
voted in the yes.same motion to representing Thomas named Seventh Avenue and if he had known of any citizen in his from 1.6 p.m., Thursday
To require payment of a $200 the New River Developers development in mind, he eight years on the council who afternoons 1-6 p.m. and nearlyall
County penally fee outlined in the city "sometimes known as the would naturally favor paving, was willing to pay for day Saturdays 9 a.m till 4
Extra Clean Cars Union water and sewer for the area. improvements to( city
; charter to be imposed for County Taxpayers p.m.Going
Association Since complaints have been property. into its third year the
connecting to city utilities as instigators of
AdministerCETAFund the lodged against the property Pritchett asked if any produce market gives local
without permission. controversy. He said
: aJJaJD(! J AUTO Council also voted Marvin Pritchett, Norman improvements, council has further progress had been growers a chance to sell their
unanimously to recognize that Stephenson and Cletus Ward approved paving of roads made on a priority list to products directly to the
it did not authorize work doneon owned 56 acres of land in the which lead directly to govern paving of streets in consumer at a price below
-g ELL):' L l L! IE SALES SE Sixth Avenue, where city limits and 40 acres residences in the area. Water Lake But1 r. Councilman retail but above wholsale. It
Turning down two Thomas' son, Danny, has nearby and did not like the and sewer line approval Spires said he was interestedin gives consumers an
stopped short of the Thomas developing such a list and opportunity to eat fresh
competing state agencies!( the bought and improved possibility of competition
75 MONTE 75 POP-UP CAMPER would work toward vegetables in Bradford
CARLO Bradford County Commission property, and that the city is .rom Thomas. property and extension of grown
On 1972 Ford truck both decided Monday to take not obligated for past or future'' Thomas said that the those lines could not exceed submitting a proposal,within a County at a lower price in
Landau 200 feet without council couple of monlhs.Councilman most cases, than are chargedin
EXTRA CLEAN m charge itself in handing out expenditures incurred on that property mentioned was
some $87.000 in federal street. purchased in July of 1975, but city fathers voted. White was retail outlets.
Comprehensive Employment Disputes concerning the was not recorded until Dec. 31, Thomas, who owns appointed to the street Growers determine prices
i $4795 $3785 ic Training Act (CETA I funds in area development began last 1975, so ownership of the two city blocks of property, committee, which has final at which they sell their
1976-77 October when members of I the properly could be concealed then bought 1,200 feet of water approval on paving.be produce.

: 75 BUICK In administering! the CETA
75 VW RABBIT :!! funds, the county will receive
III First Collection Point
Landau 2 door :I some $17HK( ) that would have Garbage Opens Tuesday LaivtcyDump
Blue I Speed
less than 8000 miles III gone to another agency to .
administer the employment ISramoraoumy's: ural new point win DC Kepi open seven operate the land fill and to pressed to compress the Monday May 17. Reason for
training funds. After much garbage collection point days a week. There will be work at other maintenancewith refuse, and more then be that is the city's open dump
$4895 X3259a. deliberation and listening to opened for business at the separate areas to dump wood the city. After a few dumped in. When filled to truck cannot be conveniently
Law dump rubber, and metal which weeks when residents learn
pitches from the Florida] ley Tuesday capacity, the big containerwill unloaded into the compactorwith
Employment Service and the morning after the county cannot be put into the where to dump what, it is be taken to the central loose garbage on it.
V74 PONT GRAN PRIX 74 FORD RANGER .a stale: !Department t of turned it over to the city to compactor.A hoped the area can be policedand Keystone land fill and

=Pretty blue Landau Short Wb. Community Affairs, the board operate. record of vehicles the garbage compacted in emptied, the garbage buried.An In other action, the council;:
power decided :Monday afternoon, Taking the recommendationfo dumping will be kept so the just a few hours per day empty container will be -Was told by !Mayor Ben
Q windows seats stereo 4 Wheel Dr apparently while riding !Mrs. Judy Miscally the council can, hopefully close Residents now can drive upa left in the place of the one McCulley the city hall safe has
together to look at county Law ley city commission set the collection point one day a $25,000 ramp and dump their removed.It !been opened by a locksmith at
: $3995 $3495 raids to handle the program hours ill the dump from 11 week. garbage into a 40 cubic yard will be the city's responsibility a cost of $!lliO.(> At t McCulley's
: itself as the state Office of a m. to 7 p m. For the first few The council employed Earl compactor. When the to operate the land fill in suggestion the council agreedfor
:Manpower Planning I i weeks the garbage collection Barber at $2.50 per hour to compactor is full] a button can return for dumping Clerk Lucille Shuford to be

73 CADILLAC 73 SATELLITE requested several weeks ago. (From Page I) priveleges. The county will the only person given I the
Classroomspossibly ........................................... .................. haul the garbage off with an combination but to place the
Coupe Deville Loaded.SEBRING The county will take over especially equipped truck that combination and extra keys to
Blue 8 White 2 door A. T AC PS, PB* the CETA program October 1. lower total bids. The Elementary, two classrooms bid will set completion dates will pick up the containers. the inside safe door in the
The commission plans to pay next two lowest bidders would at Southside and one into the school year, he said in "The city doesn't have to town's bank safety deposit
: $4695 $2495 one-fourth of Iheadministrator's also be included in the mini- classroom at Lawley were urging the board to expedite operate it, but you do if you box.
: salary from bid, Salley said, which he bid.Business its decision. want to dump your trash in -Assigned councilman
county funds so the employeecan thinks is a legal procedure.No manager Eddie Bids on building Phases IV II," County Commissioner Hubert Scott! lo take care ofhaving
:73 JEEP COMMANDO 72 FORD PICKUP be used in capacities other decision was made by Douglas told the board March and V of the high school, Dave Shuford told the Late\' trees trimmed or cut
than the CETA program. No the board on this suggestion.Both 21 that it had about $50-60,000 originally set for the board'sregular council after one member near the property of :Mrs
4 Wheel Dr Auto Trans, SWB. Clean (decision\ was made !Monday\ on Newman Constructionand borrowing power to completethe meeting this Monday, questioned why the city had to Ethel Reddish\ and around the
PS who the county will em ploy for Triest Construction bid new classrooms if needed.In were rescheduled for operate the dump. city hall.
the program. $131,000 for the nine addition, the board plans to Thursday, May 20, to The council also establisheda Agreed lo check on a
The Otfice of :Manpower relocatable classrooms withan build a gang toilet at the accomodate several policy that garbage must be volume water rate for the new
p $3395 $1695 mX Planning (O.MP: ) administersall optional three-fourths inch middle school and put fencing Gainesville builders who wantto put in plastic bags when left 1..11tl'Y prison expected to use
CETA funds coming into flooring. Newman bid the two around Bradford High School bid on the project. on the street for pick up. or it !between HIKHH) and l.ooo.uon
the state. The funds in past alternative classrooms at with local money. Bidding begins on a $2 million won't be pickup\ beginning gallons per monthtmFOLICS ,
72 DATSUN STA. 68 MERCURY at Santa Ke
years have been funneled $14.380each and Triesl offeredto The builder, when chosen, project
U WAG MONTEGO !nLa down through various state build the alternates at will have 110 days to complete Community College the day I .
after the bids
of relocatable are set to openon
Air Cond Luggage agencies. OMP: this year $14.974 each
BUS and these
classrooms. If the board
"I don't how
wants a single agency in each see we can
accept either bid. We need accepted a bid Tuesday Gainesville builders have !(,
county to locally administer
$ lRS95 $795 : afternoon. 4, the make a choice, they will not
population for these
I he I funds, and suggested reports would bid the Bradford project
small counties themselvestake classrooms toknow how manywe contractor have the
u a over the program on the need," offered bpr.rd project finished by Aug. 23, or Salley said. At least 11-12
local level, member Arthur Gash ns the first teacher workday next contractors have indicated 'V .o fftj family centers
thereby saving
GOOD; interest in the
64 MERCURY COMET $395 aW some administrative costs Population reports and loan fall. Salley said. Further on high
school he said.
money is to be discussed at the delay of the awarding of the project,
CETA funds are workshop scheduled for this ." Open Mor Wed 9 ro 8
administered under six afternoon FPL Contract. Theirs Sal 9 ir 9
Wroml'ag I
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : different titles The funds pay The board has nearly! $44,000 Sur t116B

for on-the-job training, in loan money originally rest of the year, according to months "It has never
: 473-4470 & 473-4078 vocational training under borrowed to buy school buses mayor-commissioner Charles happened before in my 17
which students are paid while which is now tucked away for Schaefer. years here" Edwards said.
tending school both year. the building, and has planned Unanimously approved
Extra; Clean Cars round and summer programs. to borrow again to finish movement of a temporary, "Well, let's collect some of
payment. Nearly $1 million in part time employee in the the bills out there in the
slate money set aside for natural department (10 full drawer" that have never been
school] building projects may time at $150; week salary paid remarked Schaefer.
U ?. 2owe.J be usefor Turned "They're being collected" a v:
rlCUU''J J 1a J.I aA SpldaliJ/J not the over to the safety Edwards answered.
reloca tables without state committee a suggestion by
approval.Four attorney Pierce that the city
,4&! : of the classrooms will allow stale conduct r
,' agencies Udll; (JIlt''' ;'';! SPIt
be paid from state funds as felony investigations in the
the stale survey team city. The city is not obligated (From Panel )
r recommended two to conduct felony percent of what it collects.
exceptional education investigations, as the slate Conditions of the audit
classrooms at Starke attorney's office receives all which will be done by Purvis.
Elementary and multipurpose the funding for It, Pierce said. Gray and Associates of
rooms at both Starke Heard a report by Gainesville, will be hut I
and Southside Elementary Edwards that city accounts hospital personnel be allowed l
Schools. In addition, three were in the red during April to conduct inventory and basic
regular classrooms for Starke for the sixth time in eightCustom bookkeeping steps in the N1q
process to cut auditing 4

expenditures, the trustees
decided.In .
the administrator's ,
report llardval told the board
that charges for the month of
April in the outpatient clinic

Jta I totalled S2.62K25. Payments
hr s I received on this billing are
$t.249 and 414.50 in insurance
I claims have been filed. The "
balance of $942\ to be taken In ( PIN-UPS
is considered to be collectable, .J
= rm.. llardval said. '\ er I

KnerfIritis: ; \. '-.

; \ F" 8 xlO
a, (From Page I I "-
f? rates can be expected to climb '

sI. tune seven to eight per cent per : Living Colori
f year as long as people are ,

; r-- your ride withSTRIDERS added.dependent on foreign oil]," he Portrait of your Child

I.. The American people are
t faced with drastic changes in
their life styles unless the .
energy crisis Is solved," Dr.
s Gaither said. "We are living 88C
4'crSom.hmn in a fool's paradise," he
Custom tune your suspension with declared "and have already ".15
American Parts Striders. the three- gone back to buying 'gas-

way adjustable shock absorber that guzzlers' instead of smaller e IMiM. ;;..Child. ,." MulH 5.p.- I Sp.Cnl oI ..eh
( '.on ga. p.pon Group. lt .
want '111'\I', compact cars. We must learnto .- oo pat p.,00n.f
lets choose the ride
you you S ham ,
ncl .
live with small cars color ponixn' >n i ng color
Adjust to Regular. Firm or Extra I smaller homes and without a, a ,1"tt.i ,. is.is. s 10 s a 7 "'''.'.. aW IoM N. 0n.M ,._.

Firm, whichever is best for the way I lot of other luxuries we now .MXs.. Limit: ::nt lp.cM l p"r Clad

you drive t l enjoy unless there is a 'mi dsl.sy-COulluosi".rvcOoll .
American Parts Striders II breakthrough in the energy C .m up Bring.m 'in w. cn on S'"il'_Th.." You!
.. ..
COOQC shock absorbers are guaranty crisis." he concluded. a CHUWM ImlM
4" teed against detects and
..chInstallation wear. out for as long as you
w. haw. a tendency to tk. Mom' for grant*! fun w. lovt Sir ..*.1.. but how o'i'n do *.. trll her Cot not own. car Present proof .0 .
Moth', Ov ,% the *imc lo ttll h.r' It t .vry Motftor t tp* ,.."m... 100. b..t.1 010,01' .",.,.m..., 0' h".1 plants, replacement Cost of removaland "Ol'TTEU.RPII: ;:, FRIEND!

Flowr$tit to many lovffty" thin 44 which willdtlight htr htarf B....'*.1 4lo, *.rt with dvlicato f.rnt A lull tint ,installation not included Published every Thursday V/ PHOTOGRAPHERS HOURS:
ot hand cut cr,still, solid brass contatntrt and hand..,.,.d container and 10 much men allJ3: W. Call Street A OAILV. LOOM. TO t 0 M_apt TOapra
Stark, Florida MlO' .0.AM To tPea-apo. TO 7 W f U
.. L <1: SATUHOAV to..AM TO. 0 U ,
N.nC! s Flowtrt and Mothtrt art both) h.a/tp.c"1"1 I TO lJO P.

Our Stall and d.".,.... .will bo I.d.o, ho''ip you..,..IIh........gift tor your Mothtr' AACMCAN PARTS Second Class postage paid .
SHOCK ABSORBERS Starke t FloridaSublcrlptlon WACIFOttrOHABOMU

7 fancy A r :J1oWt1.J M & G TEXACON. In trade area f Rates 8.00 per: [LLLLCLLILt( ( ( ( :a:Lc l

year; 13.JO sU months SHOPPING
Starke. Florida Phone 964-5792 I TEMPLE AVE. 964.8100 CENTERU.

"Floworllor. 1 n occauon." Outside trade area: '1.00 S. 301 S.
Bring ThiS Ad for soft of '6 or more pureh.. .t isle' locilion. perarl Sl.oo ilx months Starke. Fla.Pag .

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ItROOKEIC Students Can Explore Natur&'s Household Hotline IY KKl'KY; nllmt-I: ; ................., ............... .................. II

IN BRIEFby (HKsriON; : : Why Is a beef has fewer calories (less (Home Economics Office, overweight; people. Do von
Elements At Forest Service shallow pan better limn a deepone fat), slightly more protein, Agriculture Building (lair have any information on
JEANNETTE PRESCOTT for roasting?! (Mrs. J.A.) and a little more moisture ground), P.O. Drawer 1028, calorie content flavors and
\ s\un: : It allows the than heavier, more mature Starke, Florida 32091 or by brands? (!Mrs J.R.)
SCHOOL NEWS beef. calling 964-6554 weekdaysfrom
heat to circulate
Kindergarten Registration Environmental Center"At wound necessary the roast. Perhaps you have asked 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. This
began Monday, May 3, some of these same questionsor service is free to all people ANSWER.: : For caloiiccontent .
(QUESTION What is the
through Friday, May 7. Blackwater we learned together to see how the basic Foundation for Future : have other related home to race, coloror check Ihe label!
The school Office will beg about things and ideas that we" arts Interlock to form a Scientists, and an honorable story on the from dangers of lead economics questions.. If so, national origin. Yogurt for which nutritional
pen until p.m. Thursday for never even imagined before. community.After mention at the State Science poisoning Pottery? contackt !Mrs Becky Giebeigat claims. are made will rnrry
those who are unable to That was how Bobby returning from Talent Search. (Mrs. C.C.' ) your County Extension: (H'KSTION: ; Yogurt is seen calorie count along with niln-'r"
register during school hours. Harden, a high-school seniorat Blackwater River, Bobby Bobby attended Blackwater AMSWKKt: Pottery and so frequently on diets for nutrition information.

To enter Kindergarten, a Lake Butler, described his decided to repeat the study on River Environmental Centeron earthenware been properly) that glazed have not ..................,.....s1eN..N.tiN.N.(1trNfleN...........
week at Blackwater River his near the may --------
child must be fiveyearsoldon parents' property a scholarship offered by the .
Environmental Center last New River, which runs release dangerous amounts of ..
or before January 1, 1977. Lake Butler Rotary Club. Now = PRESENTING
lead when used for
In order to register; you will summer. Since that time he between Union and Bradford 17, he was born in Munich, cooking H
has developed his study into a Counties, and then interpretthe and storing mildly acid foods.
need a birth certificate, Germany, where his
verification of immunizations, project'that has carried him results. This comparison, stationed! in the U.S. A lew years! ago, consumers KEYSTONE NURSERY AND LANDSCAPE I
were warned by the Food and
local and regional under the of
and a physical examination.The through guidance military service.. lie attended .
DIIIR Administration about
forms be science fairs to an honorable teacher Mrs. Marie Woodleyof American schools there
picked necessary up at the school may office. mention at the State Science Union County High School, through the fourth grade, thedangers Mexican and of lead home-cured leaching in COMPANY
Fair April 2124. gave many clues about what when his family moved to the
Classroom pottery and earthenware. The i /4 Mile North of Hwy 100 on Hwy 21 Keystone
group pictures acr& agency had tested a number of
are now on sale through( vr"r 'hrS1 ,, t'c, b.. samples and found that lead in e:: (Old Inspection Station/ ) I
Friday May 7. Photographsare -
varying quantities! had
$2.73 each. -- leached from most of the I Mother's Day Specials==
samples The FDA now has a \
Results of the California sampling and testing programfor I
Tests of Basic Skills, given to ;, r both domestic and Imported
all students in March, are now earthenware. Several i Gloxinias Hanging
available. Please call the trade! organizations also have v i'.Ia..4;& 'f......
!school office to make an set standards and have testing I :. \W'r- Baskets.1, #::.
appointment with your child's programs to protect con- [ Mums }( fff.Dish z- -A,' I
teacher to discuss the resultsof sumers I from improperly I I ;,
this test.IIKAU. k processed products. However :: :" !%'

If you purchase: items in
; STAKT Mexico or other foreign Hydrangeas I Gardens
If you have a child 3 or 4 countries, there is a I J I
years old and are interested in N possibility that they will not
the head start program, meet these safety standards. -ALSO-
applications are available at IR..SrJOSlow: / does baby '
the school office or may be beef difter from the beef we i PLANTS. 'TOOLS, SUPPLIES, SODDING, I
obtained [from Mary Mayben, are accustomed to seeing on
phone 485-1738. ) the mark.etIrs.(! A.G.) = and LANDSCAPE SERVICE
Yl \NS\VER; The i
: young baby
('OUNTY:; ;MEET:NEWS; beef will be more tender and i 473-3453 Jay Ellis Jr. Owner
The following( students will contain less fat both on ,
participated in the county- the inside and the outside. It !
> wide physical Illness meet at i'' will be more economical since i COMPLETE SERVICE and INSTALLATION
B.H.S track in Starke on the cost per pound is less. And ;
Saturday. :May 1. CurtisJones the low fat content will mean I PROFESSIONAL DESIGNERS !

Johns! ,, .Eddie Jt'ff: Johnson Barnes: ,, Gary Carl TflILL cooking.less waste Nutritionally in trimming, baby and .N4t4N.eN1141.e.eN.e...e.e.ettNele..N..N..NlNN.NNIN

Hall, Chris llaritison, Richie .
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teacher, left, and Bobby Harden watch as sand collects at Ihebottom -
Twiss. Du'key Tetstone, JIIllIa'l's. :Mrs. :Marie WtxxJIcy. UIIS biology -
Lisa Lynn. Karen of a beaker, while clay and silt particles remain suspended In water. This 1 is one of wary

)Davis April Hall, Penny ".Lii.I" .''_'t s"Before*u.f, iY uuuUJ..KKua a 141"..Anx... *-A fnii.-;..*-......,._It..I..nt."r..h___.___..__n _n r'nrnlpct.-.-___ For
J.ikiib, Ihcki }Harris Denise .
i Union-Bradford
County area.He
"et'nIonlca: rI'l'l.'n.TranlpoI'lallon if I differ from plans to attend Lake City
the woods--I just walked
to this event
was furnished by Richard. through the woods" Bobby northeast Florida, althoughthe Community College in the fall,
explained. "But the areas might look very the next step tQuueawjifnin o For
K//ell.: 1'1111'elll.n! a and irVelated field of
Fred Johns.I'IHSONI.S. environmental center helpedus much alike to the casual forestry : AmericaGuaranty
to see and feel, and taste observer. applied biology
: :; and smell-to understand the Thus far his study has won This summer's week-long
:Mrs. Thelma Polk, things that make the woods first place in his category at sessions at Blackwater Center River will
into a forest community." the Union County and RegionIV
accompanied by :Mr. and Mrs.
start on June 20 and July 4 for
The Florida Division of Science
Fairsplus one
( J. Telbtone and daughter
F.laim': fished I her brotherMr Forestry operates ..tst'I1'ironmenta first-place award from the boys 11 for and girls.on June 27 and July FederalIt's

: and\ :Sire Karl Stokes, and center for
dlUj.hh'rldl..( : and Shorr.v. several weeks each summer
in Columbus, Cia this. past at Blackwater River State
\ll''kelld.11': and :Mrs Hen Forest( near Milton.! A similar. Mary Carter Paints
Holland! mId Jewell} Summersof center is under construction: at
\\imdiula. and ;Mr Bill Withlacoochee State Forestnl.a1' Our Birthday YearAnd
102 E Brownlee 964-7721
('onerl> of Leesburg recently Brooksville.
Staffed\ by foresters of the
visited i l their sister, :Mr and
( :Mrs Lo>d Barry, after her Division of Forestry as Use the most modern method of carpet cleaning

; stay in the hospital.. She supervisors the Centers: and explore instructors the,! In America today. Clean your carpets with the We Have A
reports she's doing much Do It Save
elements that make up an Trewax Hydro-Mist system. yourself. 't zrr
: better.Mr. Lectures Fantastic results. Available
ecosystem are money. Easy to use.
and Mrs. Hunter
t came b>' and visited withBetty's snort-fifteen minutes or so-to for rental at Mary Carter Paints 102 E. Brown- .. ;

,> ; ft'I1IS.11': and Mrs. get the each right day's direction study movingin lee, Starke, Florida.Discount :
t OriM Prescot a w bile on their the
Most of work though is"handson" Free Gift
way to Ft. McMurruy.) work the
in forest
Carter Paints
: ,Alberta Canada. Mary
using the same tools that
:Mr Hunter sinned! \ a five ,and other ....
foresters biologists
i car contract with a telephone Standard Colors & White ___ 'r
ecology specialists use
; cable company there! They During the first three days 1 to 10 Gal. 10% 11 to 20 Gal 20% I t ) : For You .
: were living previously in students cover the major \ I IP
:. TUITIXI| Their families will topics-soil, air.. water plants 21 to 30 Gal 25% 31 & Over Gal 30 r L { -1 I IJ
miss them but pravers and
and animals. Then on the filiald.I's d
i IwstMslus with them.
: ( go 1'
these ideas! are brought 4
: 'I hey were to arrive
: Wednesday\ : May 5. QalO/lCidC: Nlttaw Aai It r +D11I71MIC{ w1C31OS1 I :: Itti Y11taIQ=:
r Our Heartfelt( sympathy tD1 j Family
. . '
goeto the family of Mr.
. A New
; Ka>momCrt.ws\ $ on the! loss of Portrait
their ]loved\ one11': Lojd .a
Barry attended his brolher-m- Home.
1. law's funeral in Jacksonville t In Full Color
last Vtcdncsday. April 28.
t I
1'1t\\.t-II1.1ST: \
:Mrs. Lottie Polk, in Shandsi > S"0"1
i Ho.spital( in Camesville: iiii Come See A t. = FHLIC'

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I Co. D Ending Summer Duty Camp r Resorting Approved


With Excellent Training-. RecordCAlII'III.AI For Funeral Home

Second exercises until noon The Company D softball .... -L. i ., ': ,: ':., In other action Tuesday
:';)IN(; -- e '"" A new funeral home for the
team will 'If.
Thursday. participate in final : approval was given for
week of tilt twu-week summer Starke area I is in prospect night
session here which Company D was awardedthe camp playoffs Thursday nighta action by the rezoning the one-acre Clark'Apparel
training second Best Unit In Revue 6 p m at the parade field. '. following Co property on Sr
included 24-hour tactical I. award at the 5rd;! Spt Bn Members of the team are .. ... Bradford County Zoning 100-A (Griffis; Loop) from OR

training Saturday for all morning cl.mpanlt's.end as the annual parade last Friday.J Eddie Douglas, Terry Uardee, '.. Hoard last week of, approving to BP. The request was made
E. Tomlmson first Ken Carlton John Powell, *fJr'"t. reclassification property on by James Luther
lust of t.ttlt..widt'aliul1..1:';
US-301 South, permitting
sergeant.aid he was very Cliff Jriffis, Don Bagwell, representing Moose Lodge No.
the civilian
Guardsmen enter of Lake
impressed with the Co I) Steve Cox, Charles Wright, Archer Funeral Home 2035 who said the lodge had

world again.Troops of I) of personnel noting that the Paul Wheeler, Ralph (;ilpin, Buller to open a facility just an agreement to purchase the
Company south of Longchamp Homes
earned the second Doug Bennett !
Starkc took In the tvoods company Bobby Moody property from Clark for use as
best dressed award in PFC Alvin Kayson and Johnny residential development. a meeting place. He said the
Wednesday at noon equipped Juanita Grit I in and the best- Brown. A petition containing all lodge, which is now leasing
held 1 and
with weapons gear drilled award in PFC The company volleyballteam signatures of property ownersin property on 301Northould
field mess to perform tactical is also the area was presented by
Reginald Green. In playoffs for the make improvements to the
championship Thursday Albert Longchamp opposingthe Clark property for a

afternoon. Players are Pet proposed new funeral permanent lodge hall
Landry. Mike Sutton Joe home. A counter petition was

Bedford, Raymond Perry, offered by Harold Biddix Approval was given to
.- I) Glen !MacMillian. Dale Ryan, owner of the property in Gilbert Nelson for rezoning
Alton Crews and question approving the
.,. Jerry Dyal. 18,000 square feet, one-half
...... Captain Robert Kelly says reclassification. mile south of Starke on the
a "Yankee Doodle" Is the march tune of the bicentennial the disputl.'dpropl'rty
_'V' .... I he camp has been and salute troupe at the National Guard Although cast side of SR-100 from OR to
parade revue Friday. already zoned
outstanding, Maintenance was
BP for of
-,,-"'. workload of Company D has !MS (light manufacturing) and construction and purposes operations) of

;::/ increased 1 by 20) percent this the building had been a real estate office. The
.. -
.. vear. Kelly said and the previously occupied by property is across the
14 M .. businesses it could not be
.,.. company's safety record for highway from the Pine Tree
the camp was excellent used for funeral home
_; : t* purposes without rezoning to I

I Teachers Attend BP ( business-professional), Martin Thacker received 1
k Biddix said that Archer approval on his request for '

Bt'lun'ior art v jI wanted to buy the propertyand rezoning one acre two and a
Shop / planned to spend $30XX( half miles south of Starke on

Forty Hradlord School on it in a remodelling the east t side of SR-100) from

tc.ichers attended an all day program. He said that OR to Bi>. Thacker, who
.Management t 1 t IRs, Lungchamp had submitted a in
f.rh.iv iur \ operates a hair-styling shop

'Am' khop' tin Friday April 24, bid on making the !the Keystone Heights area,

..1' the School Hoard Office improvements, but had said he might move his shop to
:Major (General Kennedy <' Milliard. Ml, congratulate first 'pansortsl 1 by the Bradford- apparently changed his this location in the future.

sergeant Hubert( \V Drake bur receiving the DNtingulshpil 1.11I0nliuHtdnce Clinic and the position concerning the C.H. Nasworthy was given
Service Medal ol the I F lurid. National iu.nil. Drake a charter projectLongchamp
Diagnostic & Resources permission to advertise for a
member of I the M.uke unit, will h i elite from service Initial). said he had no
Sx stenoSubject public hearing on rezoning one
of the workship personal objection! to a funeral and acres of
wasI a quarter
\ ('.'.Ht" W Into Quit* I the use of positive home in the area although his property just east t of the city
in own home would be closest to the north side of SRIfi
i i-inforcement t the r limits on -
classroom to effect desired 4 y' it. He said he felt< obligated to foom RIC (residential) to
(: (; S ; r
its u!'< !tein changes in behavior Cases of Nf t'b 1. oppose it now however since BR 3.1 1. permitting

withdrawn and acting out the purchasers of homes in his construction and operation( of
A successor has not been town closer to his home in subdivision had 'voiced
named for' Vernon White who Orlando. Foreman Bob students were discusses a convenience store.
opposition and asked l him to
:Main presenters were Dr. '4, : : Nasworthy said there was no
resigned as Marke g.is Patterson. who has about 12 .:. i.' j take fiction.
clinical in the
Harry Krop a convenience store area
department suprriMlemleniApril !service w nh I the city: gas : Arthur, of the
years psychologist, and :Ms. Dawn ::, : ",' 1 Doyle : owner for a seven-mile stretch from
30White uo'partmc'nl111 assume .. .- lake; Butler funeral home,
behavior Starke Lake, and
llurgess.: a Kingsley
,1 two year" \ "'eldn lit temporarily the duties of
the coy gas! system' resignedto I superintendent while a specialist. 1 Dr Krop. presidentof Co. D..53Spt Bn '! second place among! guardsmen during the annual pII.daud revue, partof : said he hud already spent theproject that the property: owners he
the :Southeast Behavioral two, weeks at Camp islanding which ends this Saturday considerable money on had contacted all favored the
accept i "belit'r nlfer" in a successor for White is chosen. acting in good faith
Therapists Association proposal. The hearing will beheld
demonstrated the and! not realizing the bu inessPI.OI..tY the of
at May 25; meeting
I feel I can be of more implementation of such Key UC School Officials in question was not the board.
Beach SandCulverts value on the outside" principles as shaping eligible for funeral home use. Mrs. Charles James Jr.

r.iltcrsdii told. the Slarke City behavior, He said he planned! an L- was given permission to

(Commission when talk of The main emphases of shaped fl'nee'twl'l'n\ his advertise for a hearing on her

permanent superintendent behavior modification in Offered One- Year ContractsLAKE establishment and the homesin request for permission to

Fill Dirt duties came up classrooms is to reinforce question, as well as operate a "home occupation"I

positive tirliiivlor and I the School; Tommy :Mobley extensive landscaping andother in her house eight: miles south
HITLER One action be taken at least six
Clay Patterson did ask and was ignoring of much ol the year director of auxiliary services improvements. When of Starke mi the east side of
only contracts were approvedfor weeks before the last student
granted movement of a part- negative behavior Olten the Ito\\McNeill.administra: ; asked 1 if adequate parking SR-UXJ. !Mrs James said she
recommended administrative school June 4.
LAND CLEARING lime employee James ill lent ion paid to negative and : 1lIJo"er day or bee assistant; William White space was available for such would operate a microfilmingservice
In to
Huml' totull time al behavior reinforces and supervisory personnel an operation he said there in her home
:" salary only in director of business eT'ICl'S.anLi if the
a 3.2 vote April 13 by the that the teacher-administra
C E. James for 75 cars
of 510H't'kly( Homey has increases its incidence Dr. li.L. Dunavand. assistant i spaces application is granted.
Union County School Board. ratio is too in Union
tar high
A mot ion to grant the
four in the said
experience Krop for instruction. Although the-
ears rezoning
TIle board took the action In '. administrative
473-2511 County one rezoning request! t was made byboard
natural gas business :Ms. Burgess! led the \ properly is not necessary
the! face of II Fiday deadlineto position has been eliminated member Carl Edwardsunit
Patterson aid afternoon session in 'I he new recommendations under the "homexcuiations'
comply) with state law that Irom the school system for the unanimously passed.1 Theproposal
assertiveness training. The did not include Hillv U.iy Footer < [' usage, a public
administrative and school The
distinction between supervisory upcoming: :vpar. now goi's to the must lie held
assertingand principal Union County hearing on I the
-=mil:I :')L ''l ::::1:= :.: : I c7 Jl,=-- being aggressive was personnel must be not i lied duties ot director of curriculum High! School, because at t thetime County Commission forapproval application nt the :May 25meeting ;
of the hoard's intention to and instruction will be in- :
at its May meeting
iliscusscd and It lastsummt'r
role-played. his
I ,'n Ipl 0thl'III at least six corporated into other ad. of appointment
ST. AUGUSTINE is important III relating to a Foister was grunted
C'l'k.S' liefore! school is and Johan
\\ out ministrators' jobs
i-lass that a teacher know the a three-year contract by the ..-- .
June. Juan Mixon w ill be relieved of

-' Ins''lifctinction students, in'."himself us to improveiommumciilion and in Superintendent James the position. !board.Dukes also motioned that tall B.r_a df.aril_C_o u J" ty; f l
Casan recommended April 13 Personnel approved for the

At the "Ollllu"IOIl of the day that two-:yeuur contracts begiven 70-77\ school year are: administrative that ot the administrative positions:
Fl: I the recommended personnel :Mrs. Martha Rlherd princi- except STRAWBERRIES50C
those .ittiMiding! receivedortificules assistant be approved,
but the school hoard pal at Lake Butler Elementary
md in-service but the motion died for lack of
: postponed 1 action for a week. School. Randy Newlaml.
i-redits l Cason mentionedthat
second alter
Board member Pam Thomas and
Dr John Childs, who
!IowaI'dkelll.: ; ; \
<* Up moved Tuesday night that the McLcod. assistant principal! Pint
"'oordinator ot the Brudford- holds the position, is
currently ?
one year contracts be ottered.Kes Lake Butler !Middle School, I
I'l1Ion (itiiilance; : ClinicchildriMi the school hoard's chief negotiator ,
Grif/ith seconded the Charles Johnson, at 1I
ie principal '\,,\.,
( I I > Program in current teacher contract
HAYES LANDSCAPE & motion and I Donald Dukes Lake Butler Adult High
urgani/tHt the workshop with! voted with them. talksBradford Home Grown Vegetables
the help of Mrs: :Myrna Lou
Hahn. coordinator of special Board( member Ray Crawford YOKSlinhMili.( : I
NURSERY and chairman :Morris
education Present as L 1:4Ll'LLC: : 1 STRING BEANS 29cLb
facilitators tit the wereMrs Dobbs voted against the (;t't Taste' or .
groups !shorter contract move. LtittL: t: \. it: ;; \'
1 e M' N. of Melrose on 21 : Georgia! :McFadden.Mrs. ::
I : Elaine Lee, and Mrs. Dukes first questioned the Job l'Xrienre' | YELLOW 19cLb.
475.2145I' Becki Sti'fi'nson of the recommendations( asking >

'".- : a eetGlaleeei, Bradford Guidance that several administrative Local vocational office
Clinic Childrens Staff. positions be explained and education students from the Bassmasters will 3LbS 1 00
that the request for two-joar Bradford-Union Vo-Tech hold the !May tournament on BLACK-EYE PEAS
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contracts be given a reason. Center got a taste of on-the-job Santa Fe Lake !May 15.

"There is a reason for the experience last week by At this tournament the 8
twojear t contract Supervisory participating In a Work-A- Bassmasters and families ill GREEN CABBAGE Lb

Johnson o personnel are no longer Week program at local have their annual fish fry.
eligible for continuing con business offices. Food will be served 1 between
tract which 1 oppose, and Students helped in the noon and 2 p.m. (

Tune ( have been very faithful It offices four hours a day each The tournament will beginat '

Up .,fA would give" them some job day last week. They are: 7 a.m and end at 8 pm. ( 1
security Superintendent Alicia Jackson Baldwin The boats will launch and ,

Ca&on said in defense of the Chevrolet; Cindy Mitchell, !the fish fry will be held at the
Hwy 100 Lake Geneva 473-4111. f\e9 recommentation.( county clerk's office; Carolyn county landing on Little Santa 3 LbS$1 oo)

"We also have an election Barber health department; Fe.We

= coming up in September. It Vivian I i :\1 0 I' I' Is.superintendent's anticipate the largest
--' 'the longer contract!) would office; crowd ever to attend this YELLOW or WHITE 1R'7Ears99

fJ;>i take these people out of politics Glenda Jackson, sheriff's annual event.
and not make the political office Owen Cuffee. Santa Fe is a mile low, but
( .=r--, pawns." Cason added. supervisor of elections office: fishing should be good as :Mayis CORN 1Norman's

= tL-- .. t'" Crawford first moved that Karen llolton. vo-tech olfice; prime month to fish Santa

an w A I l all superintendent recommendations Kathy Wainwright, chamberof Fe Lake. This could be the

n F be approved but com mer. Develyn tournament to move up in the Farm

received a negative 3201.. :Mathews Clay Co-op; and point stadmg for the year
State law mandated thai Qumell I'ressley Denmark's As liassmjsters know the

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with the next six paired as

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I Jury Finds Mrs. Bruneau Guilty Of Introducing Weapons Into FSPAnn I

Bruneau was convictedand automatic rifles with loaded wife Ann, were instrumentalin for several days before the received an 18" package and of the prison and possibly an gave him $120 cash for the
banana of the prison was part of an Dec 21 planting of the weapons $100 from Miss Kirby in her early parole. purchase.
her Inmate husband, clips 30 rounds of the delivery of the firearmsto
Ronald, acquitted of ammunition each were foundin overall plan for escape of at the prison. Hicks said Miss Kirby car in the parking lot Dec. 21 Under cross examination Crews said he gave Mrs.
Introducing unauthorized a state-owned vehicle scheduled least four inmates, including thought the package containing and placed the package under Hicks said he knew nothing of Bruneau the ammunition pur-
to enter the defendant Ronald Bruneau, the guns was actually the seat of the state truck such a plan and did not knowof chased for the weapon and
weapons into Florida State prison said the state's first witness, Mrs Bruneau who spent placed the gun under the seat
Hicks testified under direction from ]Hicks, the immunity from
Prison after more than three grounds Monday, Dec. 22, her 30th marijuana
in the court-
David Max Hicks. Hicks, birthday of his car, where it was later
when she brought it into the Simmons said.A prosecution he would gain
1975, to
hours of deliberation by a according testimonyof room Wednesday, lived with
serving a life sentence, also through his testimony. picked up without his know(
three-man, three-woman prison officials. testified that his girlfriend, Miss Kirby then a VISTA volunteer state prison grounds during Florida State Prison ledge. Two weeks later Mrs.
Bradford Circuit Court jury Smuggling the weapons into Carol Kirby, and Bruneau's working with Inmates, visiting afternoon.hours that Sunday official testified that the truck A false stolen property Bruneau contacted Crews and
Wednesday afternoon, April was searchedIonday\ report was filed "to save my asked that he report the gun
used in
of the
22 money morning after an 8 a.m. tip own hide Hicks said, after stolen Crews said under oath.
A pre-sentence Licensing Board To seek Opinion On .PermitsLAKE purchasing the weapons ever from an inmate informant, delivery of the firearm to Mrs. Correctional officers
came from him, Hicks ,
investigation ordered Bruneau. He also said an
was by and stipulated that the entered the vehicle around
Judge K.A. "Buzzy" Green BUTLER -The Union It was pointed out that they meat cooler permits. They seta although he made money informant was not Hicks. additional $5,000() ) was pro- 9:15: Monday morning, Dec
when the verdict was County Construction Industryand have been receiving a numberof procedure that if the meat: while in prison from selling Four inmate witnesses were mised for his involvement in 22,and found the package containing -
announced. Bruneau was Licensing Board decidedto requests for licenses since cooler construction costs is marijuana. called Wednesday morning by the plot. two guns and clips.
returned to Florida State seek a legal opinion on whether the deadline passed. over $300 including electrical, Hicks also told the court the defense, one of which The second automatic rifle Mrs. Bruneau, now 30, and
Prison, where he is currently they have the power to The board asked chairman plumbing,or mechanical, that that he met Simmons in the testified that ]Hicks had was purchased at the requestof Simmons, 23, were arrested
serving two concurrent life issue licenses after the periodfor Dick Pernini to contact the meat cooler then needs to visiting park several months devised the smuggling plan in Mrs. Bruneau, according to Dec 31.
sentences and four shorter obtaining an exemptionhas County Attorney Hal Y. obtain permit as a person. prior to the incident. Hicks order to tip off officials and state's witness Joey Crews of Information was simultaneously -
sentences.A passed as they received 11 \Mames to seek an answer on would to build a dwelling. said he was transferred to thereby gain favor in order to Jacksonville."She filed against Ronald
another wing just before the
applications for licenses at the whether the board has the In another policy adopted; arrived and decided not be moved from the close said her husband was Bruneau, 36 for the offense.
third defendant in the regular meeting here Tues- power to grant licenses since the board set a procedure to guns to with the Hicks security portion of the prison. getting out of prison around Bruneau, who listed a Tampa
case, James Richard day, April 13. the grandfathering period write a letter to the owner go escape. Another inmate said that Christmas and she needed address before entering prison
Simmons, 23, of Jacksonville, The board set February 15 passed two months ago. A spe- where it is found that con- secution received for immunity his from pro Hicks had asked for a sketchof protection," Crews told the is currently serving two
received immunity from the date for cial meeting will be called by is carbine rifle and the court.
prosecution as persons pre struction in Union County Simmons testified for the a life sentences, one 20 year
early in the trial by viously holding licenses to get Pernini to appraise the mem- being done by a non-licensed of prison layout. Mrs. Bruneau drove Crews sentence, two 10 year sentences -
deciding to testify as part of the exemption and a special bers of the board the result of contractor. The policy calls state the that he and purchased sawed off one the Public defender William and his wife, Debra, to a Jacksonville and one five year sentence -

the state's prosecution of the meeting was held on February the legal opinion.. for a letter to be written to the barrel weapons and stock. He then set McLain prefaced the inmate pawn shop November for assault with intent to
Bruneaus delivered Tuesday. 17 to grant approximately 25 The board adopted a policy owner of the construction at with testimony with the contentionthat 28 and was told by Mrs. Bru- commit murder, breaking und ..
Maxviile\ meeting :
Two sawed-off 30 caliber licenses. regarding applications for the time power is requestedCommunity up\Mrs. Bruneau, who has livedin the whole "scheme" was neau" "to buy that certain entering, robbery, extortion) OJ'
Lawtey less than a year, Hicks' Idea and that it was gun Crews said, after she and aggravated assault.

and delivered the gun to her devised to implememt a move r-:
I News about two weeks later. He from the "hard time" section '

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Brownie Troop 325 IM.OMNGMKMOHY: : : .R-he l (/Earning. cJLot
Rev Dennis Strong pastor. 7:30: Friday. Mother'sDay :
p.m. In
loving of
our p
tea \ PRIEST
sponsored a Monday VAN H.
Prayer Meeting Thursday practice 3pm. Saturday.First .
afternoon honoring the Hidden dear mother, !Mrs Willie \Mae
night. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Born Church of the Dog Grooming &
Kelly, departed this life
Heroines at the RJE old
w Call St. Starke
school. After a of Morning Worship at 11. Living (;ixl. Rev. S.V. Cohens on \May 3, 1963. We love you, .(1 Bathing
entertainment refreshmentswere Evening Service 730.: pastor. Prayer Meeting\ yes we love you but God ,)
served to, the Heroines (> realer t Bethlehem Tuesday night. Terry Service called you beyond the shining All Breeds BOUNTY
and other Freewill Baptist Church Rev Wednesday night. Each shore. The golden gate was 57
guests. Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny member is asked to cooperatewith opened and the gentle voice 404 W. Madison St. Starke II\
\CPNK\\S: Tots rehl'arselonday\ night.Prayer .. the selling activity every said "Come," and with t TOWELS
Meeting Tuesday Saturday. Sunday School 10 Closed Sun. & Man
The of the unspoken you came Call For Appointment
monthly meeting
Bradford County Branch of night.. Junior Choir rehearsal a.m. Morning Worship, 11:30.: into the home. Sadly missed.-' (Next To Plggly Wiggly \ G r-
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the church .
Thursday at Service, 7:30.: Ihu.I.-lnu\ t
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\Monday, \May 10, at Greater "-- --
Junior Choir rehearsal 6pm. True Church of Cod:; In ,-
Allen Chapel AME: Church. Friday Saturday night the I Unity, Elder Sampson White =
The State Field Director Can Circle will sell dinners pastor. Prayer Meeting E IaGL-
and State Director have been "ff'l 'd".
the kitchen. Junior
from Monday night. Terry Service ,.ott cwiemn NNA
invited interested to citizens attend. and All Church will have charge! all Wednesday night. Bible Study Tan"x tNTWHIIIiu ,'..k. use
day Sunday. Sunday School Friday night. Sunday School 4IUMSI < M notntarty
members also muted.rill'KCII MMI1V DISCOUNT STOATS
are 9.30. Morning Worship at 11. 10 a.m. !Morning Worship at ? kirk.,
Dinner 12:30:: Women's Home 11 Evening Service at 7.
Philadelphia Baptist Mission in charge of 6 p.m. New Hope Baptist Church OH slag THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY 33 SEHSATIOHAL WAYS TO
Church, Rev Willie !\lay berry service. All ladies asked to Rev. L. W. \Mosley, pastor, ..
pastor. The will pastor fellowshipwith andcongregation wear: .white.Mt. Xiiin. AMK: Church. Key will Sunday be observing, \May 9, at Mother'sDay 11 a.m.

Richard Bethel)pastor.Sunday Speaker will be Rev H. t

installation Raiford Magnolia on service Baptist May for Churchat 7 with the School Worship Service., 4pm.SI. 10 at a.m.11. Afternoon Morning to Hudson.attend.Everyone is invited SCAT HIGH ICES I

pastor. Johns :MissionaryItaptistChurch.Lawtey (;rt'atl'rlIt'n ('hapl'ln: :
(;1'0and :Ml.Morijh .
Rev o,
: Church. Rev. RG Heastie : :--i:
: l'nltl'lII..thoilist: Willie Huffman pastor. pastor. Tuesday night Prayer:
Parish. Rev Willie Stitt Sunday School, 10 a.m. with Meeting and Class \Meeting. ;;
pastor. Young Adult Choir will Supt. Chris Hamilton in Sunday School 10 a.m T- / 1 I
rehearse every first and ch.lrge.tother's! Service at I 11 I :Morning Worship 11 a.m. with "no.,
second Monday at 7:30: p.m. and :3 I pm. Prayer Band 12 Junior Church in charge. !
Young Junior Choir rehearses
noon Monday Prayer Meeting
each Tuesday at 7'3: ( p.m. and Bible Class, 5.30:: KL'MMGKSALK: '
Prayer Meeting 7'30: Wednesday Adult Choir The United Methodist I
Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: Practice 6:30 Thursday Women of Pleasant Grove will -
Thursday. Sunday services Junior Choir rehearsal 7pm. sponsor a Rummage Sale : o .
conclude with Sunday School Thursdj*. Business Meeting from 9 to 12 Saturday at the : I
at 9:30.: -.c. /f4

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41 t 11 At 3 p m the Women of real heavy duty SAYE 12%

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Pink Tl'u.11 women are SNACK A PIRTT
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Thursday 5 p.m. in Friendship ., .. ,,. .,.". WASMt ALUMINUM CHOOSE 1 OR X QT. SAUCEPAN Fnt. fve bcoilmj w touting Soil velvet thong on nitunl Shaw Rich luther took vinyl upper end It. Posture Fiumlitloii fiiil wedl'<
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Page TELEGRAPH May 6.me 1 7T*

Gridders Show BHS Golfers( TueBacSeat Unlfaclclvcne_ u

birdies. With a
in two
"We put some fear into of the team's fifth place finishin the front nine of the musterno 18-hole little less hard luck he could
them (the other teams) on the the district golf match last competition, but could low have had a 75 for the day,"
front nine,but somehow lost it Friday in Lake City. better than a 40 for a back coach Adkinson said
Good Attitude on the back nine," said BHS The BHS top four recorded score coming out of the behind Matt Herres the only
Adklnson three three-over-par 39's on nine holes to
golf coach Warney Palatka Orange Park, graduating senior of the team
second low scorer for
was the
Spring Sports Banquet Set May 13 Springs Macclenny in the and match.Green Cove the BITS squad with an 81,
together a 40 and a 41
Wade putting
DrillsSo BITS winter and spring will be good. Feature Junior linkster Scott
In ." cardof for the day.
Spring -- athletes will feel the limelightas speakers for the night will be Winkler shot the BIIS low three Roberts played third with an
t.--- honors are passed out at the the coaches for all BUS the day at 79 strokes also shooting three over
: and 83.
.. y : the front holes
.. All-Sports athletic squads except over par on
.... annual spring on the front and 44 on the
far this spring Bradford Prevail practiced this past Banquet set for Thursday, football. four over on the back nine. par rounded out
back. Lee Casey
winter, has improved."We ', ', I "Wade missed a two-foot
footballers have not hada \
High May 13. Members of the AllSportsClub that cost the top four with an 85 total
bad practice? one sign of need to throw the ball \; :' '. No Keynote speaker has may attend the putt on the back nine 42parrethreeleonrthe score a 39 and 46. I
him the fourth place among
good attitude on the part of the better to keep people off Ih.a. ., i been engaged for thesportsters' festivities for $2.50 each and bogied a "They all pressed a little too
team, says Head Coach David We feel non-members attend for back "
our running game. affair accordingto may front but hard on the nine.
Hurse. we're going to accomplish / ) All-Sports Club presidentTom $3.50.Tickets will be availableat
"That's the number one that this spring and fall" / q'f.I Casey because awards the school administration .. . .. . .. . .. ... '
thing we try to instill a good Nurse says.Fullback. I will be numerous and the food building on Temple Avenue.
attitude and a desire to play Jimmy Clark and
the game." running backs Andrew Carter .. A HELPING HAND

The first night scrimmageof and Kenny Aycox are looking I SALE
the spring is set tomorrow real good running the ball We are qualified in helping a family to clear
(Friday, May 7)) at 7:30: p.m. Hurse says. QB Prevail has Families don't
The public is h.vited. There is adjusted well to the new Beginning May 4th up many matters In which most
no charge. offense and sophomore Spring Game Tickets On Sale Here know about.
This is the first week that all backup QB Jeffery Norman is 1.We take the surviving spouse to Social
the potential football players showing improvement University of Florida Head Football Coach Doug Dickey Latch Hook Rugs
(right) and store-owner David Cook of Keystone Heights talk Security Office.
have been practicing. Bobby end Steve Ernest is
David Tight football after Certified Grocers of Florida. Inc., agreed to co- 2.We apply lor the Veteran's benefits for the
Smith Carter Franklin and Keith Bell Carter all line.looking Waisel good Hines on the has offensive shown sponsor the Gators' spring football game May 8. The 1800-storc 10 to 50% Off widow, pension, flog, grave marker, etc.
chain will sell reduced price tickets at'I I In the Starke area. forms,
and Allan families with insurance
have finished track improvement at offensive Selected Patterns 3.We help
Norman has ,recovered froman guard. Offensive tackles which have to be typed and notarized.
ear infection which kept Lawrence Budget. Charles These are |lust a few of the added services
him idle last week. Reames and Bobby Smith NOTICE Rya Rug Yarn
In helping a familyin
"Right now, it's a little have adjusted well to the new which we are glad to provide .
difficult to tell whether the offense. Citizens Of Close Out 50% Off any way we can.
offense is that good or the Defensively, Coach Denny
defense is not coming Hansen says Franklin Bell

around," coach Hurse said and Erie Biggs are doing good Monday May 17, garbage will not be picked up The Archer Funeral HomeDOYLE
after six days of Magic Needle
Wednesday jobs at cornerback, especially In
by the City of Lawtey unless packed plastic bags heavy ARCHER, L.F.D
practice< Biggs. Monster man Charlie enough so they will not break open when lifted onto the M.
"We're moving the ball Revel and free safety Kenny garbage truck. '1517' BessentRoad Lake Butler Florida
pretty good on offense and our Aycox are also looking good as
This policy is being established not as a punitive measurebut
passing game" seems to be Coach Hansen has a veteran to speed up garbage collection so that the city Starke, Florida 496-2008 4962056Funerals
improving. defensive backfield maintenance men will have more time to spend on other city 964-5149
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worked both ways. Jimmy Lawrence Patrick and Hal
Clark already goes both waysas Higginbotham, both up from
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Tigers District Baseball Champs $$1 Bradford- Girls- -

4th In District

As Hemme Shuts Out PKY 8-0 ILP Track Meet

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DAYTONA BEACH Bill\ In four of being the Class 2A recorded 190 strikeouts to date subbed Clemons also walked County squad recovered from
Hemme, ace Lake Butler state baseball champion. Play this season. and Walter Filer went into the to defeat the Blue Wave for Spurred 011 by three first- 2:01: for their best time of the
hurler, allowed only four hits begins at8 p.m for the Region Lake Butler led 2-0 after the game to use his legs. Mobley the sub-district title 5-4. eEr wAI1 class half mIle runners, season and a fourth place. I{
and struck out 10 as his fellow 3 championship against first inning of play last Friday singled to center scoring Garcia gave up five walks in sixteen of 25:>> Bradford High Laura Chase took third
Tigers backed him with no Wildwood.A night, as Fred Clemons stole DIllow, and Billy Woodington the district game "all very track ladies qualified for place in district with a time of
errors and 10 hits to take the 380-fool home run by Tim second and was driven in by ran for Mobley. With crucial" said coach Stroemer regional competition at the 63.5:>> seconds in the 440 yard
District 3 championship from Whitehead drove in the final Danny Hazen, followed by Woodington and Filer on first as three of them scored. The district track meet last dash and joined Merrl '.
P.K YonRe 8.0 here last three runs of the district Tim Whitehead, who went and third Whitehead sailed a undefeated pitcher struck out y a Friday, April 30. Ormsbee, Fayonne Hawkins
Friday night, April 30. game, as "everything sort of across on a passed ball. solid hit out of the ball park to 11 Tiger batters, but"it wasn't Cindy Griffith, Merry and Tammy Kelly for a time ,
The Tigers travel to fell Into place" for the Tigers. Whitehead also doubled in the secure the win. good enough," StroemE'r said. Ormsbee and Frances of 2:07.4: and a fifth place in
ldWOOd tomorrow night Hemme got his 19th win of the second Inning and scored on Coltraine captured three of the 880 medley! relay run. i
(Friday, May 7)) to try for one season and will try to be Lake Clemon's hit to make It 30. "He didn't know when he hit Lake Butler moved into the the top six places In the 880 The mile relay team placed I
o eight regional Butler's only 20.game winner In the fourth inning, Hemme It that it was out. lie just knew district championship by yard event to bring in 20 of the sixth to round out the running .'
cttampionships and a chance tomorrow mght. Hemme has led off with a single and was he had a good solid hit," defeating Jacksonville BIIS team's 64 points which events, putting together a
f sacrificed to second by a Chris commented coach Terry Episcopal Thursday night, put them in fourth place time of 5:27.6 between runners
Lawson bunt that didn't makeit. Stroemer. April 29, 7-1. Neither lIl'mme, among six teams competing. Bonnie Culverson, Nancy
David Powell and Clemens who threw four innings, nor Griffith took first place in Hildreth, Linda Richardson
ALWAYS FRESHv81ovU walked, and Jimmy Mobley George Garcia took his first Whitehead who completed the running event with a time and Karen Crawford.
drove lIemme In with a defeat tor the Blue Wave, the game, threw a wild pitch of2:33.9.: Ormsbee was second In field events, JoAlice a
fielders' choice, putting LB up which now stands 3.4 in seven and kept the walks to zero. w1. with a 2:40.2: and Coltraine Goodman and Mary Berry
seasonal games against Lake placed firth by running a each took a place in the shot
The off Loa 3-
4.0.Four runs put the Tigers 8-0 Butler. PKY took the Suwanee o lead Tigers in the jumped first 2:4: :>>.5 half mile. put and discus throws.
over P.K. Yonge in the sixth Conference championship Cll'molled Inning. "I was real pleased to have Goodman placed fourth in the
with walk
CANDIES inning. With two out, Powell from the Tigers earlier in the second\ a took three place in one event, shot with a throw of 32'1.5"
4 walked and Toby Dillow season, a lesson the Union and on stole an third.attempted However, it was a terrible and Berry followed with fifth
Jimmy t meet. Eastside hosted this on a throw of 32'1". Berry took
Mobley walked and stole first girl's track tournament, third place in dIscus, throwing
ASPHALT SEALING second, then Whitehead and they weren't sure of the 98'11.5" and Goodman took
singled and drove in Clemons. Pacer Fayonne Hawkins rules, which made It very fourth with a distance of 93'9".
42 CHEVRON JET SEAL Danny Hazen singled, driving makes for the final white line unorganized," said coach "They really might have
MAKES OLD ASPHALT LOOK LIKE NEW in Mobley and Whitehead 111 bringing the 880 medley Melba Howard, who vowed to done better They had
went home on a wild pitch. team to Firth place at district
try to host the district meet practiced with a she pound
Protect Your Driveway Clemons scored again in the competition: She also manned next year. shot put, and had to throw an
tile uo relay Host Eastside took top eight pound shot in the district
FROM GAS LEAKAGE DIESEL FUEL second on a Whitehead! hit. In

L LQQA6'L FOR ONLY 40 CENTS PER SQUARE YARD Whitehead the fourth inning singled, l\Iobley, then and ",:==-0= = = ==:-== = ==11 =='In points honors, at North the event Marion with took 125 Howard.meet" commented The girls coach will

All Work Guaranteed Hazen got on base and drove One secretary to another: second with 106 and Buchholz rehearse with the heavier
home while "There has been so much came In third with 67, just throw this week, she said.
ELI 16C6 (1FA 1 FREE ESTIMATES Mobley an rain in the last few days I
lb, $2.95MITCHELL'S outfielder bobbled the ball, three points above the !\Ierri Ormsbee will also
TENNIS COURT PATCHING TOPPING enabling Whitehead to score. thought I was on vacation." Bradford squad. compete in the regional meet
DRUG STORE In the sixth Clemons singled, -Robert Sylvester, Linda Richardson also took this Friday May 7, in the high
Phone 964-7813 stole second and crossed home Chicago Trlbune.New York a first place by clocking a 6:06in : jump, having earned the spot
127 E. Call St. Whilelll'ad. News Syndicate the mile run. RIchardson by placing sixth at district
on a single by
ClClC'ClCII' =C= = == ll = = ==aClal took the top spot by forfeit, as with a jump of 4'4".
___ I the top gIrl was disqualified The top four places in each
for illegal running regional event will go to state
procedures competition, coach Howard
ABOUT The 440 medley and 880 said. The girls will compete
relay teams both clocked their for state places at t Lake
best times this year to earn Brantley High School in
SHOPPING AT fourth places in their events. )Forest City near Orlando
440 relay runners Fayonne beginning around 3 p.m. The
Hawkins, Emma 1urph1'' state meet will be held in
Q/d Betty Hudson and Angle Gainesville the following
Tyson put together a 54.1 time wt.ockend.
for fourth place and a chance The competition is just
FOODS at the regional meet. 880 relay going to get rougher, but I'm
members Frances Coltraine, expecting some of our girls to
Vickie Norman, Temmy Kelly go to state" predicted the
SUPERMARKETS and Betty Hudson times in at coach

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Nesmith eriei\ed| i WINTUK
lashing last t Thursday "
stemhatchee with :Major and I'S. OR
Lamer ,
Virginia Thc\ .
returned home with a goof( P" I 2O-OUNCE INSTANT i
catch of speckled trout SPARKLE
:uKl.'nl.1lnK: spent three SHAMPOO MOUTHWASH ICED TEA t
dais: last week in Bartow! 3 of 100% Tea
4-oz. Bottle. Natural Shatterproof bottle. A jar
f" 1
taking a short study course onht'rblcldt'S 'fLICKERMLAED'RES' pH balance Choice refreshing mouthwash & I I Delicious iced cold or hot: YARN
in connection with
gargle LimIt 1
his work with. the Department of any flavor REG $1 59

of Transportation \NITHOtr'COUPON\ 99 f

School News: 1004 4 ka o
Hampton kindergartenersfinished ? C dCO'N
a unit of study on th giX
plants by taking a nature walk ,
around the school and throughthe r
neighborhood, ending up ,
at the home of fellow student ,
Joey Forsyth. who showed LIMIT I REG. ,
them his family's garden. ONE
During their walk, the
children picked wildflowersand LIMIT I'd
leaves which they pressed WITH COUPON THRU ; ;:e- a

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May 6. 1U76 TELEGRAPH Page
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Speed Arrests I

Higher 1,1975TALLAHASSEE

show that speeding arrests by
the Patrol for 1975 as
r compared to 1974 were up over
20 percent said the Florida
'.S' Highway Patrol today.
\ 4' Colonel Eltlrige: teach
Patrol director said
"Speeding arrests rose from
227,37 in 1974 to 274.S95 In
PROCTOR VIP 1250 ) FASHIONABLE COOL RAY 1975 If comparing the 1975
arrests to 1973. there has beenan
i $&l increase of 85 percent since
TWO SLICE .1: HAiR = JEWELRY SUNGLASSES the been 55 in mde effect-per"-hour limit has

ChooM from a wide lelection of ttlr"s Large assortment of ttylei, shapes and 4. "Most of the speeding
BREAD a PASTRY i necklacei,faraceleti and aarringt. colon for Men and Women. arrests were made by the use
DRYER of radar and VASCAK timing
devices which help reduce Mir I
TOASTER 1250 Watt dryer with translucent VV'-:J\ 88 ;' $100 operating costs When patrol
'{i' loran case. High speed for fait dry- !JXi.--'vi s? > L REG. cars can clock a speeder while
REG. ing,low speed for easy styling (XH:ti JX* $2.50 r parked next to the roadway,
Reg. 18.99 many gallons! of fuel are saved
and the wear and tear on cars
OFF is considerably less" he said.
"Traffic fatalities for 1975
were down\[ to 2,040 from 2.27(1
_' in 11)74) and we fed 1 that
)11 8 8 speeding arrests play a large:
part In the reduction of traffic
!. i I
;; esq. 81 00 OFF REGULAR PRICE PLUS deaths, Beach said.
I '

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-o/ between sheets of waxed
;: }; paper when they returned lo
HAMILTON school. One of the youngsters
GALAXY observed "I come by here
NORELCO BEACH GENERAL HAMILTON every Jay on the bus, but I
never sawall this stuff
SPRAY 3 SPEED 6DIGITCALCULATOR Students and faculty of
STEAM&DRY FLOOR were honored last Tuesday
MAKER FEATURES HOLE OVEN JUICER With4functionllnd when 11 members of the
IN THE HANDLE CAMERA Ensemble of theWomen's
Bake, broils, a floating decimal.Plus Ladies
Now you can have FOR BALANCED Enjoy, the taste of FAN Jackson'llIepresenled
Club of
browns, toasts& algebraic logic'
,medium freshly squeezed
strong or Uses 10 shot SX-70)
light coffee according I IRON warm Adiuttable juices in seconds with MODEL 2153 'lets you solve probtemsas film, pack.Takes big a program of
REG 14 99 under the
to your taste 12 cup rack POSItIOn No. out vitamin loss. No. REG. 24.99 you'd say them. 8 8 beautiful pictures patriotic songs
i I direction of :Mrs O. J, Leitt
36 Reg. 10.99
Capacity. 99
Rag. indoors or out that .
can see on the and pianist, FrancesVoosley.
ii spot.you Reg. 59.95 Mrs. Leite explained she
spend her childhood days In
1999R099 qy Hampton as did her Msters.
Model 128813992BB3cc7R. 388 Mrs\ C. Stemhauser of
5150 : Jacksonville and Mrs IX W

for Johnson the presentation w ho can from Atlanta

TheKnsemblewus lovely in
its matching! white formal
gowns dl'co..at'dith

FROM POLAROID patriotic inspiring banners.towar/ It w;us their truly I

a' wonderful harmonmng in the'

RING SPRINKLER SELF PROPELLED POLACOLOR 2 patriotic Flat; Salute songs. and other

DURABLE PLASTIC \Ve hope t the students
--- 1 TYPE 108 FILM enjoyed their Faster vatatiiin
.t;:;;;;: 3'H P BRIGGS & STRATTON and are read t to make good
MOTOR 22 INCH CUT use of their clooll1Rt'Cks .of
'w' ,,, REG 77 scliiMil There sad note
f f ;1- 99 REG. $139 88 ti 5'9 REG 4 school when faculty for planning returned.days to

\\edntsdav. 1'hursdaand
I Frida:>! Evidently u very few
people I their idle( hours could
VV'xSO' FT. GARDEN 10988 find nothing more
constructive to do than moss
BROWN up the front (entrance (of our
AND 'ELLOW HOSE SYLVAN. school with eggs and
GRASS tomatoes Tills \I' really
DELUXE VINYL STRAP 44 7" deplorable since our good;
REG299 FLIP-FLASH citizens school had recently
FURNITURE REG 999 been involved in a clean up
campaign! around the school;
8 FLASHES and communityesalutethe
CHAIR CHAISE > FOR USE WITH' 139 majority who rune peen

B1988 ? HANGERS POWER \ destructive Alsowe( salute Wiley: Sweat,
REG.118S Rg f 9G 2HP BRIGGS & STRATTON '- our custodian who endeavors
school neat und
""- clean. He really works hard
and cheertully to keep

1=L 15 QUARTCOOLER (cl __ >> 50A :sirC. / g918888 GAf 126-12 COLOR This windows equipment is Wiley's floors in tip third lop, walls condition.year and at

our school and because of his
ICE CHEST HARD ROCK MAPLE PRINT FILM pleasant disposition Lund
OVER.THE.SINKCUTTING efficIency. he is well liked by
1 the students and faculty.Wlll'Y .
t 8 SIZE MOLDED HIGH TWELVE and mpchanlcs.hl"n
12" 13" Handles
I A M *
78 DENSITY LINEAR a o pun out to tit FOLDING BED EXPOSURESPOLvETHYlENE 89 anything needs repairing( or
I I kitchen sinks REGULAR improvising he is happy to
REG 9 9914x14" Full 1" thIck MATTRESS.HEADREST. P I 1 25 put it in !good operable
Reg. 5.98 8 8 condition Wiley lives with his
2 _
AND WHEELS 4 wife Lillian and seven year
old daughter. Angle in
TABLE TOP REG 29 95THREE Starke. where Angie is a first
grader at Southside
o TIERMETAL Gratitude also !goes out lo
4!' I TeWICEeTHE PRINTS our fourth!grade teacher Mrs.

1 \WOODEN sSReAiwedishbl.earredsbinleurred TABLE ', I t roll of color or black and white with every film, has Kathryn been a Wigglesworth Good Samaritan who to
399 steel blade.With
888 HANDLES sheath Reg. 5.99 WITH 588' '\ developed and printed. TODAY her neighbors who recently
REG H 88 ELECTRIC REG. AND EVERYDAY lost their home and
'.1 OUTLET 6 99 'I possessions in a tire Kathrynhas
personally! : assisted in
/j; TWICE THE FILM raring for and feeding the
J'i ::?: When you pick up your developed :Marge llardingfamily Thereare
( ) Mm, and prints buy two rolls of five children and Kathy
$) Kodacolor or black and white for says the Keystone Heights
I f the regular price of one.. community has been
PEOPLE TRUST ll TODAY AND EVERYDAY marvelous in coming to their
e WOOLITE DAIWA ECKERD'S. for / aid. Besides collections of
LYSOL food, clothing, and household

SPINNING quality prescription Items monetary, there donations have such been as

DISINFECTANT LIQUID ROD & REEL service at the the Marge Guarantee Harding Federal Fund at

-21-ounce can. Kills household oermt. Bounce plaitic bottle. Cold water low, low Savings and Loan Bank In
>Rreventl mold and mildew. wash for all fine waihablet.Lim.t COMBINATION s Keystone Heights.
-. 1 No. 7290 Spinning, Reel with two- .:r prices! Principal Tom Casey spent
piece Density Spinning rod 11I0.E.SP.6 much time last! week

I 7 7f: L CJ Compare ou'prescription r prices I a skills reviewing from the tests comprehensive test recently:scores conductedat received basic

"*" what
I c J with you're the scHool. Parents will be
88 k paying now You'll informed of the progress of
i at Eckerd's. their children during the next:
I B \ '. ONE FULL WEEK; THURS MAY 6 WED MAY 12 few these weeks tests., as Indicated by

.U .
Kindergarten registrationwill
J\\ DAILY 99SUNDAY ] a...I ""' be accepted at the school
--- REG 11 99 10.7 EEflELTEEE' @'tiuct} through May 7 during the
hours of 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Child
} 3 REG. 2.19 REG.. 99c SOME TAnKF.I wQ'' should be five years of age by
"I tOfU ITEMS R 1 SOUTH WIU NUT ST. .., I.... : .lannarv 1 I0?"* fn tie rr'

> v 1 Melrose, Rich In History 1' "Join Us lnMelro- ;?')

r Plaits Gala Day Mar 8th"It Saturday, VY I

fieIp Keep ..... ....

did our eyes good the A parade of floats antique t I I'I'I
It Clean; other day to see a large.lot of car.,; Boy and Girl Scout I '
lumber brought onto the troops decorated cars and
ground given to the Episcopal bicycles with two high
Church. The building will school marching bands will
a r I stand almost in the centre of begin the day's events at 10

_- our city The Work will be a.m. The parade will beginat
started Immediately, and the Melrose Community
when completed will form an School and follow a route I
- ;4 1J imposing edifice. We heard on through town on SR-26..

.. .... !good( authority that between Various activities
$400) and $500(() are already and
+ Yeszk collected for this laudable events will be carried. on Parrish Hall Walking and passed out during the
objec" throughout the day in two driving tours of historical celebration A booth will be
sections of the community.. houses and buildings will be set up in order for local
Although most people do not On the school
grounds and conducted beginning at 10 residents to place their
know (that Melrose ever had the area of the Melrose Fire a.m. from the HomemakersClub. orders for the book upon its
its own newspaper, the above Station publication. Sale price is set
I paragraph was copied from An old fashioned fair will at $8.SO.
the Saturday, March 27, 1886 be located on the school Although a book written by
+ issue of the "Melrose Daylight grounds which will Include Zonira Hunter Tolles entitled Melrose residents issue an
s Flashes," a newspaper once movies, the Shake-Rag race, "Shadows On the Sand" will invitation to all outsiders to
published by Wally Wallack, games and various booths of not be ready for release and come and enjoy their
who also started the arts and crafts. A beef sale on May 8, leaflets Bicentennial celebrationwith
4 :_ "Tripologue Store," one of the barbequed lunch will be describing the book will beFORESTRY them.organisms .
rmI1L! town's early business served at the school
establishments.: cafeteria

If the "Daylight Flashes"were
Located the fire
in station -
still around today it area, activities begin at 1 by CHICK \VKBKItII :
would have plenty of news to
p.m with music by a
print as :Melrose stages its big COUNTV= FORESTER II IITHE
Bicentennial, Celebration this Baldwin Bluegrass brothers group. the of II J 'IN BRADFORD COUNTY

r" iF Saturday, May 8. There will Melrose Throughout the

.... bt plenty to eat, drink see, afternoon, guests and local
and do as the usually quiet, residents will be entertained
that formed
little CE'ntury-old village goes FIRE SITUATION: are
hourly by square dancers, a from them.
all out to entertain visitors
gospel singing group and the During the Division of
and home folks April
alike with food Melrose Bicentennial student who has
and drink Forestry plowed out 16 fires in Any
tours historical(
Letters homes( Shakerag! horse races, Community Chorus. Bradford County, but had no completed tile 7th grade by
the summer is eligible to go to
Morgan horse demonstration, Winners of the beard calls in Union County Blackwater River
etDlTOKlALS costume parade, and arts and contest will be announced at
Bradford Environmental Center
Most of the County
crafts displays in the parish 6 p.m. with a costume
fires occurred Students or
near populated parents wanting
Dear Editor: house of M'ear-old Trinity parade taking place at 6:30:
areas. These totalled 50 acres, more information on the
Episcopal Church. p.m. A community sing-a
We are writing to tell the long led by the Bicentennial an average of almost 4 acres activities cost
pl'ople'of Bradford County a Starting with the parade at Chorus directed by David per fire. transportation, etc.. should
different viewpoint 10.30: ( a.m., 1full day of contact a middle-school or
Benson, will end the
Sampson Boat Ramp, Concerning the problem in our entertainment is planned. The at 6:45: day'sactivities The biggest exception was a high-school science teacher or
p.m. 450-acre fire in Santa Fe
school s>>stem-- the viewpoint :Melrose Fire Department will else the County Forester.
of t the students of BUS be serving hamburgers duringthe Throughout the day, Swamp first reported on April
Pie i ie A rea Restored day and will feature a demonstrations will be 25 Still burning at this Also any church groups,
It seems that the students in tried fish dinner from 5 to 8 carried on and the displays writing May 3. it has civic clubs, or other
our local high school would pm. open at the Episcopal remained largely out of reachof organizations interested in
rather stay out of class and fire lows. Crews have sponsoring al least part of a
Once again the h ,it ramp and picnicarea disregard! of efforts to keep the area ride a round the school campus attacked this fire only when a student's tuition expense

at Cypress! Run on Sampson Lake i is! clean than go to school and attend --- front has crawled up out of the should contact the County

Irving reconditioned for the use and classesbut do you blame swamp to burn drier land that Forester for help
After several attempts to reconditionthe them County Agents By '. can support a tractor and
enjoyment of the public by Container :
urea over the years, the sponsors A School Board meeting was 1- fireplow
Corporation in ('noralion' with the: Bobby I' Cnstlen' Wins
became; somewhat disheartened and for held recently to seek solutions Notebook r
Florida Division of Forestry. Forest Ranger Supervisor
time the fal'ilitit'sl.t're neglected, to this problem. It Was Award
sum decided that the board would Taylor Danny Hayes said that, exceptfor English!
largely because it did not seem that they ith the Santa Fe Swamp fire,
furnish a fence gates to
'Ihree new pre-oast concrete picnic \\appreciated by the public. surround the entire school to"imprison" the April fire" incidence is Anthony Castlen recently
tables\ have been added to the two the students. "about normal but adds that won the freshman English
]Recently, however, the sponsors The annual Beef Cattle eating, or for the freezer or when the weather is dry term paper award in his
already there, and Container plans to decided make effort to It seems strange, however, Shortcourse at the Universityof canning. Call either Mr. Allenor enough for a swamp to burn, English section at Bryan
install several grills in the near futurefor to one more that t the school system never Florida starts at 9 a.m. me if you have questions or things can get serious College in Dayton, Tennessee
those who wish to cook,out. Acypress improve the Cypress Run site and has enough money for today i Thursday, May 6)) and are interested in the operationof
maintain it as one of the few lake front necessary articles and continues until the Farmers Retail Market The NBC weather service
log guard rail has also lllt'nin.lall"d noon. i that will be Son of Mrs. Joyce Castlen of
/ / has predicted May
the facilities\ available to the public in this equipment asked for by the The shortcourse is widely about or Brooker, he is a 1971 graduateof
separating picnic areafrom teachers but do average possibly
they have
known for the quality and
day when access to lakes is becomingmore cooler and wetter Bradford County High
We have gotten calls somewhat
the parking area Trash containers plenty of money to waste on timeliness of many
topics presentedby
have been repainted, arid the entire areacleared and more difficult as all available buying a $10.uoo fence. Just program participants. about when the strawberryfields than usual. This should help School., with and his lives wife in Spencer.Tenn Valerie.
will be to the hold down fire incidence
property is bought up for private use. think how far that money open publicon
of underbrush and debris. U-Pick-It basis. Most of the between now and the end of
would go if used to buy P E. Shortcourse planners have
The Cypress Run site has been made equipment books paper, and made a concerted effort to growers indicated last week the fire season.
The attractive Container other supplies And that provide cattlemen with the that it will be either next
ramp and "jncnii facilities were first into a very spot. ENVIRONMENTAL.EDUCATION'
installed early in the l I9 iO's but :as is Corporation and the Division of money could certaml.v be usedto latest research informationand week Best ,thing or the to week do of if May 17th.are : Four student SOY cJ''I
better the ca let en a so management techniques you
..;sometimes t the case! j tew members of 1 FaM'stry are> to !be: commended for their strangle on the v.ewouldn't to help almost any cattle interested in U-Pick-It workshops will be held this mJ "oI't.

the: public did not seem to appreciate> the efforts! to maintain this facility, and it is hamburgers Ihat they serve operation. The informal strawberries is to watch for summer Environmental at Blackwater Center River near .

privileges,( offered tree at this attractivesite hoped that the public will show its every day. teaching program!( is mixed newspaper ads, signs on the Milton Fla., starting June 20.
and there was some vandalism appreciation' by helping to keep it clean The biggest problem, cattlemen with an opportunity to other for strawberry roadways leading fields to, or These workshops, on the At The LibraryThe

destruction of tables, l'tC.as well as and attractive.: however, is that we have no visit telephone the growers in the subject of "How To Look At
producers university
covered walkways from A- personnel and marketing folks Lawtey area. Call me if you An Ecosystem," will each last
building to the others. When from throughout the state. need a list of growers. one week. The first three daysof annual book sale,
it's raining and vou've had to ; will each session are spent sponsored by Friends of the
Solar/ Slowdown/ Qualified speakers
Knergy looking at the building blocksof
run entire way to A- of Library will continue through
cover a variety topics
the environment-, soil,
I building you're practically during the three-day Saturday when the library is

Laid To Government drowned program. Some of these topicson W(! (L71L7OLFL( r JW sun water that the ties energy them from together the, open from 9 a m. to 2 p.m. The
public invited
is to
We could easily cover our Thursday will include and the plant and animal and browse. come in
walkways with the money it problems faced by Florida
will take to someone cattlemen results of U
to sit
Solar energy expert, Dr. John I. Yellot, it. This would reduce the need for the at the gate pay and guard it, so promotions of grass-fed and

told a 'workshop meeting in Gainesvillelast east utility power grid network, with that people can come and go baby beef, methods of Uilllam. Haas Two Bradford Girls

week that the government is the tangle of electric lines that now marketing from ranch to Veterans Service Officer

I'oll'calintht'/ truth ,about the nation's crisscross America. It is precisely for We believe the solution theyarrived consumer, and forage of and High In Scholarship Testwants
at t is both senseless management programs two
critical I'fuel situation until alter the this reason that solar supporters suspectthe and a waste of money It the ranches.
:November: elections because it is an government is downplaying solar people in the high school =NOTICE: THE VETERANS=
offices would take Topics on Friday cover AFFAIRS OFFICE IN:./ THE Two Bradford High School to become an attorney,
unpleasant topic and might losesomtbodv research. The giant electric utilities more time
to look at absentees, they pasture and forage COURTHOUSE: WILL BE girls scored in the top five per and holds membership In the
some votes. have tremendous political influence. fould catch the really bad fertilization, hay cutting, CLOSED' THE WEEK: OF cent of one million students National Honor Society
skippersbut instead, handling, storage, and :\I.\)' IOTII.Dependency. who took the National Merit Camera Club and Science
The same !governmental "coverup"was Anderson also points out that the solar would rather spend $10. division i if the Energy Research and trials at our research centers. and Indemnity
alluded to in a sech| at a :Starkerwr ; {fence in the school. DaVla
Development Administration requested Marketing and beef cattle Compensation (DIC) is "Christopher and Briar, 16, is the daughter of
club 1lst'k bj Dr. R. R Gaither Another thing to think about outlook are the important) awarded to survivors of a Briar Patray, both juniors, Dr and !Mrs J W. Patray. of
of the Department of Mechanical $::300 million from the upcoming budget, i is that they are wasting the topics Friday afternoon. retired member of the armed won the honor and will Lake Geneva She plans to

Engineering at the University ol but the agency's! "top brass" whittled money for nothing The kids forces when death is compete in tests next year for attend medical school to

Florida where important this down to $257: million before even ate a lot slyer than you think, Saturday morning's determined to be service- college scholarships become a doctor. She is head
experimentsare sad before a week or so program includes a of connected. A spouse's majorette with the BUS
was panel
submitting it to the White House. 1'7. Band
being the uoiia, is the daughter of
performed Solar
by gone, they would find a way to veterinarians discussing calf. Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) and is a member of the
Energy: i laboratory. "The President's budget office then I get? in and OUT anywaySo saving techniques before, annuity is required to be Mr and Mrs.of Starke.Thomas D. National Honor Society and
Christopher She
attacked it with a meat cleaver, during and after calving. reduced by the amount of DIC History ClubTraffic .
why' waste the money Other topics are the safety received from VA, or
Dr. Jaither; said the world's oil supplieswill chopping solar research down to $160 *hen il could be* put to other aspects of feeding moldy feeds discontinued in its entirety if ,

U exhausted by the year 2033.: at million," Anderson said, adding that "In very good uses m our county? and new research and the DIC exceeds the SBP

the present rate of ,consumption, and contrast, funds for developing nuclear -Concerned Students development in brucellosis entitlement.

declared the energy! gap must be filled energy! continue to flow as freely as the atB I1.S. control. The law provides that when I

by either solar and nuclear energy, or a Nile: despite! growing evidence that !Most of these topics shouldbe the SBP is reduced or

combination of both. safety and technology problems may IIKltlFM.TTIIMiPHKSSEI: good and interesting to all eliminated because of DIC,
make nuclear unfeasible. : : ) cattlemen whether they have the survivor is entitled to
These opinions are corroborated in power 5 or 500 cows. This shortcourseis receive a refund of part or all

Jnformation carried by syndicated "The powerful utilities, of course, are Editor Telegraph: designed for you if you have of the member's contributionsto
columnist Jack Anderson this week nuclear which May we take this means of cattle I hope you will attend the plan because the SBP
they can
power of the benefit less than the amount
expressing our deep all or any part programthis is r
charging a deliberate slowdown in the distribute through their existing electric appreciation to the folks In the year Call me if you have previously paid for by a !

solar. program on the part of the lines and sell to their customers for the Theressa. Hampton, Keystone questions or would like any member. Where SBP Cost

government.Anderson customary guaranteed profit." Heights,and Starke areas who other information about the deductions from retired pay S'100Ar
came to our rescue on State shortcourse. are refunded because the

!said that solar experts These are serious charges and if true, Road 18, east of Hampton on survivor is receiving DIC
Ix-heve recent would :Sunday afternoon, April 25. then the portion of SBP
breakthroughs: should cause the American people to rise The rain we got last annuity which is representedby

make workable solar. energy possible up and demand that the solar energy The huge wild fire that was weekend was welcomed by that refund in permanently

within ten years but "The government (program l be given the funds and the raging and threatening our farmers and gardeners terminated.

appears to be doing everything in its attention that it deserves.! homes brought immediate throughout the area. Most A survivor who received

|rawer to slow the development of solarenergy. response from all of you. folks were not complainingeven such refund and then
." The year 2035 might seem like a long Many thanks to the County though some areas did subsequently loses eligibilityfor
off to somebut it is in fact 59 tire Department trucks that not get quiet enough rain.
way only Stood Seemed like almost all crops DIC (because of f J
Anderson continues: "Under this iearsa comparatively short time in the Florida by, to ITT-Ravonier Co., greened-up almost over night remarriage or by personal t
system, solar power (could be generated which to solve the future energy needsof rangers and equipment r"or.est Service, and and really started to grow. request) would not be entitled

right in I the homes! and buildings that use the world. lo the "Four Point" to an increase or S.
It won't be long now before reinstatement of SBP The -
Club plus numbers of other almost all of our vegetableswill annuitant would be entitled t

--- The fire was finally brought be in. With this In mind, only to the SBP coverage paid
CR10 under control after hours of Bob Allen, our Farmers for and not refunded since
CO(1 battling intense heat, smoke! Market' manager, and I did nothing in the law indicates
4 and through your personal some talking and planning for that Congress intended to

Ciliiji it4 efforts (and yes a good ram the Farmers Retail Market provide cost-free coverage

(pvAX ( and a wind-direction change) this year. It that Is the my The repayment of a refundin
with no Linger to our homes- order to reinstate or
market will open at 2 p m on
only to the timber. increase SBP coverage after
% BOB 0 FERGUSON Tuesday, May 18. Lights At Bradford
JOHN M. MILLER the loss of voluntary Square
Ti Nwn thanks
Publisher very very. have discontinuance of DIC is not
Initial plans are to the
much to all of
you City street crews Install
market from 2pm. to 6 authorized and cannot be traffic lights at the
Published each Thursday and entered as second Chase open InlenecUon of dangerous
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Fla U8-301 and Edwards
under Actof! March 3. 18'19.SubscriPtIon. Signed: p.m. on Tuesdays and .accepted.The ShorJ. III Center Road near Bradford Square
rate in trade $ Thursdays, and from 9 a.m aeeldenta.Starke Police to eliminate ot' ., Ifl reduce
arei per year $3 50 six month The Emory (Topsy) Brown Chief Jimmy
Outside trade area: $7 per year $4 00 six months. family lit :3 Box !so. SUrke. until 4p.m. on Saturday. This only things worth shopping center opened In 1113, .4 Bowed Said that since the
Phone 964 6305 Starke. Flit. the Allan R should be j good time for you learning are the things you 60.000 In damage have _accIdents causIng about
Archery occured In
fartitly the
to buy or sell vegetables orothel' learn after know area, The
you it all. Department of
Uox 2M;; Hampton products for fresh -Harry S. Truman. Transportation bore the COlt 01 about n,100.


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.' Terwillegar Motors

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May 6, 1916 TELEGRAPH Page 13 it' t

Miss Muggins HonoredAt Carol Coleman Miss Tomlinson Shower HonoreeMiss

and the mother of the
Coke Party May 1 Honored At Jenny Lynn prospective groom. Mrs. B. L.
bride-elect, was Pearson of Raiford.
Miss Sandra Muggins, May Approximately 175 guests Two PartiesMiss honored at a bridal shower The refreshment table was

15 bride-elect, was honored at were invited to call betweenthe Carol Coleman, whose Tuesday night, April 27, given covered with a white Army-
by Mrs. Robert Barksdale k
a Coke party Saturday hours 10:30: and 12:30: p.m. marriage to Michael Osteen Mrs. Tom Mrs. Navy cloth over pink linen and 14 I I IH
Casey J. E.
at the home of Out-of-town Mrs. centered with an
morning Mrs. guests were will be an event of May 21, was Denmark, Mrs.George Pierce was t
Drew Reddish on Debra Odessa Mitchell of honored at two parties and Mrs. arrangement of white, light
street. Gainesville, a former Starke Olin White at the pink and deep red roses in a
recently. home of the
Hostesses with Mrs. resident, and Mrs. Lloyd Mrs. Gerald Crawford was Street on N. Lake silver eporgne flanked by pink f
Reddish were Mrs. Olin Huggins- of Alachua, aunt of hostess at a shower for Miss The hostesses tapers in silver candelabra. ,
White, Jr., Mrs. Robert the bride-elect. Coleman on April 9 given at presente4corsages Mrs. Tom Edwards: sister of ; ,
to the
Green, Mrs. V.J. Spengler, honoree, her! the honoree, presided at the k
the home of Mrs. Howard mother, Mrs J. E. Tomlinson fT l
Mrs. Robert Barksdale and Joey BakerCelebrates Osteen at Bedford Lake. silver punch bowl. ,
Mrs. Henry Godwin. Spring flowers were used in Clydie Merrill, The hostesses presented the
Colorful arrangements of decorations. The refreshmenttable honoree with a Belter Homes
roses and spring flowers were was centered with a Rick Jackson and Garden cookbook as a \
used at vantage points in the wedding bell cake. memento of the occasion.
party rooms. 2nd BirthdayLittle The 25 guests enjoyed ToldMr. Forty guests were invited to k
Cokes were served on the games with prizes during the Engagement attend between the hours of 8 r
patio from a table covered Joey Baker party! hours. and 10 p.m. _
with a lace cloth. The cokes celebrated his second The hostess; presented the and Mrs. Stanley A.
were in a crystal punch bowl birthday Saturday afternoon honoree with a set of glassesas Merrill of Melbourne
encircled with a garland of when his parents Mr. and a memento of the occasion. announce the engagement of ;W'IJou. now 1R
day lillies and fern. Serving Mrs. Larry Baker, gave a their daughter,Clydie May, to
party for him at the home of Frederick Arthur (Rick)
cokes Mrs.
were Tommy The ladies of the Morgan Mr. and Mrs Charles
Mrs Bill Kelton on Weldon Jackson, of Mr. and Mrs. I
Huggins, Mrs. Linda Kay Road Baptist Church gave a son Stefanik of Bricktown, N.J. JLjJ
Johns and Miss Kathy Taylor. Street. shower for Miss Coleman on W.T. Jackson Sr. of Starke.A were Thursday to Sunday I
The held in the
The dining room table was party was April 20. July wedding is plannedat guests of their brotherinlawand
covered with an imported lace carport carried'with a circus balloons theme and Arrangements of spring St. Paul's United Methodist sister, Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Mr and Mrs Dewey Williams
was Church in Melbourne.
cloth and centered with
an flowers were used in Chism. Joining the family on
arrangement of red and pink streamers hung from the decorations.The Mrs. Herb
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Williams
roses and baby's breath in a ceiling.The refreshment table hostesses presented the Mrs. Ewell Lawson Johnson and son of
crystal bowl.Assisting was honoree, Mrs. Hilton Colemanand
Mrs. Carl covered with a circus cloth Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary
were Mrs. II. L. Osteen each Honored AtRetirement
and centered with a birthdaycake
Hurst, Mrs. Charles Johns with a long stem rose. Carlton Faulk of Troy State
'1 Mrs. Dewayne McRae, Mrs. topped with miniature All church members were Dinner College, Ala. and Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs. Dewey were covered with lace cloths Shelter
1 Tommy Chastain Mrs. clowns.! invited to attend. Addington of the University of Williams celebrated their over gold linen.The cake table A silver coffee service was
: Jimmy Reddish Mrs. John The youngsters were given Mrs. Ewell Lawson, who Florida were Friday: and golden wedding anniversary was centered with a three on a (able also CU'l'l't'with\ a
:y,\ Arthur Reddish and Miss party favors of little cars and has retired as manager of Saturday guests of Mr. and Saturday at a reception givenby tiered wedding cake topped lace cloth over !gold linen. t
Barbara Godwin. candy. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Stan's Bootery, was honoredat Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. The their children, Mr. and with a gold figure 50 flankedby Mrs. Wilbur Jnftis presidedat t
The hostesses presented Twenty children and CLUB RESULTS a dinner party Sunday night Carters had as Sunday Mrs. Charles Williams and two five branched this table.
corsages to the honoree, her parents enjoyed the occasion. There was a three way tie given by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley': visitors Mr. and Mrs. Edward John Williams at the First candelabras holding yellow The gilt table hold a large
' mother Mrs. George for first place at Duplicate Mathis at their home in and of Christian Church Fellowship tapers. Also on the table was arrangement of yellow and
-------------- Starling daughter
Huggins, and mother of the Bridge Tuesday night. Results Gainesville. ) Jacksonville and Victor l Hall. an arrangement of yellow gold mums. Mrs. Charlie
, prospective groom, Mrs. L.C. Mrs. Louise Newmans and were: Mrs. J. D. Odom and Among those attendingwere Nettles of Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Williams were mums and gladioli. Mrs. Don Williams and Mrs. A Y
Crosby of Gainesville. The son Bob visited sons AI and Mrs. It. A. Green Jeff Mrs. Myrtle Young, Mr. married April 30 1926 in the Patray Mrs. Horace Sanders Covington were in charge of
Wrenshall and Minou old Charlie Powell home and Mrs Louis Bennett the gll ts.
hostesses also gave Miss Sidney Newmans and their and Mrs. Walter Richardsonand Miss Linda Haas the on
Huggins a silver dessert trayas families in New Orleans, La. Wainwright and Rhea Mrs. Jimmy Teems. weekend in spent the street now known as E. served the cake. Mrs.Oscar Crosby and :Mrs
a memento of the occasion. from April 26 to April 29. Johnson and Lora Francis. Tampa. Laura street. The punch table was Bart Quarrels were floor
Mrs. Charles Darby greetedthe centered with a crystal punch hostesses.
guests at the door and bowl encircled with fern and Approximately lOll guests
presented them to Mr. and yellowday lillies. Presiding at culled between the hours two
Mrs. Williams and sons, John the punch table were Miss ami live o'clock.
and Charles. Joan Bennett :Miss Ruth
The refreshment tables Vickery and :Mrs. Jack Little Women

MOTHER'SDAY Miss Huggins Honored at LuncheonMiss Plan Dance

For 1 14
Sandra Huggins was with an arrangement of mixed
complimented at a luncheon roses and baby's breath.
Wednesday. April 28, given by The tables in the family The Little Women's Club
Mrs. J.K. Reddish and Mrs. room were covered with made plans lor a dance on

VALUES i iGENERAL Linda Johns at the home of the Army-Navy!; cloths and held ::May Monday 14 night.at their meeting

latter on W. Weldon street. miniture arrangements of Debbie Branson .
Mrs. Johns greeted the pink dianthus and rose buds in the president.presided
guests at the door and bud vases.
I presented them to the honoree Hose bud t're where I three new members.
corsages Shan Kdwards. Tina !Norman;
and her mother. Mrs. George presented\ Miss Huggins and Rhonda Bennett
Huggins. and :Mrs Huggins. The introduced. ere
Appetizers were served in hostesses also gave the
:Members will meet at the
the living room where honoree a strawberry souffle
arrangements of spring dish as a memento of the club house Friday afternoon
Dual-power microwave YOUR ,CHOICE after school) .a8iBt in setting
flowers were ust'd\-vase: of occasion.
tables for I the :
FREE purple larkspur graced an end up May r
with defrost! Breakfast. The will
, oven serve
A NEW WASHER OR DRYER table in the family room.
at the Breakfast
Place cards marked the :Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Godwin on SaturdayA
seating arrangement of the and family of Chargrin Falls swim party this "summer,
Ohio are visiting his mother. for members a"", also
32 PIECE SET guests that were seated at
tables in the dining room and Mrs. Eve Godwin and family discussed.
During the social hour
for two weeks
family room. The dining room
OF BAKEWARE table was covered with an refreshments were served
imported polyester lace cloth 2t J If..... K."w from a table centered with an
with blue liner and centered arrangement of roses
.rr four: Cut I:

i APPLIANCEBOUGHT Remember Mother On Mother's Day

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LOT '"1 0st OEOR N 7'IMi' t i/el .. M and daughter of Palatka Stearns visited Mr. and Mrs. tJ
83.1..1 ...... ....0. .....'' .......' '*" reunion at Dade Park on
----.-.-.-- ------- .;.0.*S .,1... .. '....* ...<. .i..... Sunday were Barney McRae visited Mrs. V.D. Vining on Marion Efkridge in Orlandoon
ail .SIS.asCNURCWPENTSCOSTA The W.F. Godwins of
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$.O .ran 00"s II 1'0 Se, Ia :93.08" 0407O4MKIX4 Chattanooga Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McRae Mr. Sunday. Sunday. 1 .,
LOT UP WLW 1 a. N ISOFT 6 S $55PT IN S 5 NAVS0 ON S/r 50W140. I. R II S r n AL .a. I SOR spent and
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.____ __ Mr. and Mrs. Charles
OR -.IIO Mrs. James Stokes. Andrews Gets ;
31 .S.. BR&rfN 9 0>>_-' 1 .28J.I' ....! .....1 .3.19 8118.04fOO week with Mrs. Eve Godwin. McMillan of Jacksonville,
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1/ 5 Lrlu M S 5 : HMV 301 550 1 OW CH..8.as. .OY IS 1'.a ....- .0 04OB-0I Mrs. J.G. Jackson and Mrs. former Starke residents, were
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a--3 ; ------------ -------------- POB.CONT 4ELY ALONG OX* 312.5 TO SLY SNOWY .NEIX4 OP spent Monday.
> ;;;':;; ...,.... TO FT Y OP POB. THEN I TO Poe i Thursday to Monday with her Monday to Wednesday of last
MULMOOV. FLORA OT ] BOX ]| 1M 189-166 week with Mr. and Mrs. Don
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.B 79 aa ..?,-OOIOS 0418-06 London England called his
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-"-"---- ----.------------_-------------------- CON AT 8* COO OF El/2 OF 01."/. OP 91X4 I 2IO N Illl FOR) while Mr and Mrs. Tom Gissy of mother, Mrs. Richard St. John
at SS SS 4304 0"-10 _08 N 161* E 199* S 181* 5 I99TO POB OR ..I..JI.P Mr. Hamilton was at last Sunday to wish her a major honors at Kurman
CHANDLER CLIFFORD BOX 261 .,. 6 470 National Guard Marietta. Ga. were weekend University in Greenville S.C.
call *T COW NIX4 OF 4EIX4 t RUN W 28OPT P011 Aae THIN .6' a.. ..... 83.16 .'.1'11' ."0.0. camp. of Mr. and Mrs. Joe happy Mother's Day.
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oi.ie ACCEPTANCE COOP STEWART PLA aa9 N aoa 5 aa.* 9 aoa TO POBB Mrs. Charles Fink and visiting relatives in Fort
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la 6s aa TOACeS 10 Miss Terri Smith was on the
0360-11 H 6 BBTTV PO BOX Mrs. Ella Moody on Sunday.
penny ELLA MAY SON All ALL OF THE TRIANGLE PARC OF LAND LYING ..,..... 8CL 8 OSIPJF with their mother, Mrs. dean's list at Santa Fe May 11. he will one of 44
Pearce. initiates inducted into Phi
___ ....71 41.34 a.30 ....5 .4O.9O OR I26-3O3 They will Mrs. Community College in the last
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31 -- """""-""---"-----""-""""""*-- Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt quarter.
CULA MAE B7S SAILFISH OR i-79 aa 4Ba9tooioT" "o4iao8KINKY birthday on May 15. Mrs. prestigious scholastic honor

.OT 8 OF aLe 7 IN LINCOLN CITY TRACCV H t WITTYFV$5114 O BOX 267' Annie Mae Ensor of Gainesville were Friday society. Election to Phi Beta
!...7- .2.90 ...... ...55 .'01'.'" THE W ..0' Of I 979' OF NEIX4 O S OF O9.F RRR visitors of Mrs. E.W. Mrs. Don Page visited her
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sa 69 aa 432600600WILLIAMS 0363-O6 12B-I63 nephew and niece, Mr. and academic

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LOT 6 OF BLK 13 IN LINCOLN CITY --------------------------- -. Ann Allen Bradford High cultural interests and good
.0.... ..2I ..36 ...5'1 .'0.0' ;9--i--4890-OOIOO O4I2-I3 Newnan, Ga. last week.
_- -- -----------"--------------- JOHNS L G BOM 47 Local admittances to School junior, was selected character. The address at the
32 69 aa A32T-OOAOO Oj43,9HILL I LOT 109 555 BY 921X8 HIS IN N* COO OF ,al'. OF 9F.a'. Bradford this in induction and
County third ceremonies
CLINTON'3W RT 3 BOX 401 00'1 SCI/4 Hospital runner-up Spring Darby Peek of Lake City
.OT 4 OF BLK. |A IN LINCOLN CITY .5.J6 ..?6 ...JI .J.'S .JO... week include: Larry Princess Pageant in the 14.17 dinner will be delivered by Phi
Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr.
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33 69 22 43A9-E-Ooa02 035510MANN BOX 199 Freeman J.
Clayton Sumner Mrs. Daytona Beach. Mr. and Dyson. professorof
LOUIS A BOX 449 COW AT 9* COO OP SCIX4 OF 'I."/.. ALONG LY BOY 660. N 660 Morgan Darby visited Mrs.
I LOT IN .N* COR OF LOT 2 OF BLK 9 RUN (109.3. 9 HO*. IO9. S 3A6* FOR POB. 9 398 E IOO N 398'' 5 I00 TO FOB Dorothy Bagwell Mrs. Mrs. Robert E. Allen Jr., her C.W. Chalker Miss Elise physics at Princeton's

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13 89 22 4394-C-OOIOo" O16702ALLING PAOKCR JOHN M 9O7 JOMCS 9T McRae of Starke; Mrs. Gail Gloria Strickland afternoon.Mrs. energy and space exploration.
Mott of Miss Allen Ann Andrews is the the of
. I BLK I SOUTH OAtlE REPLAY .61.64 .1.89 91.17 2.99 69.21 Keystone Heights; accompanied son
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HAL RFN9ON 404 CHB9TEO 97 TO 910 and Mrs. Linda Johns visitedMr.
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CLARK JIMMIE H g LINDA. ROW A9I 74.93 .2.24 *:J.*. ...5'1 ..J.'. exercises, May 28.
8 310 OF 9 417 OF NCIX4 OF 561/4 N OF 9CL RR 8 9R 9-IOO-A --- ---- ------------------------------------------- Hazen of Gainesville were College were last Thursday underwent surgery.
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.!age. TELEGRAPH, May B, 1978 I
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_ LEGALS ----- I
------ ,.., ,-------- LAWTEY I


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, FICTITIOUS NAME CIRCUIT! OFFLORIDA IN AN ,-Church: of God: Sunday and l friend, Mrs. Viola McKay I
that T.W. TATUM the holder Pursuant to Section '8S509 School 10 a.m. Worship participation helpfulness I
of FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.IN K. of St. Stephens, S.C. spent the'' IrLMtvl
the following certificates has Florida Statutes notice ia hereby Services 11 a m. and 7 p.m: from the parents ,was weekend with their brother !_I i i
filed sad certificates for given that the undersigned Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: appreciated. High scorer for FOR RENT bedroom house In
a tax
; and
and sister-in-law Mr.
RE Tha
deed to be issued thereon. The Carolyn and Kenneth flint, Rt. DEIORIS Marriage McRAE p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. the boys team was Lattimore Mrs. Frank Camp and family, r: fOR RENT J I Starke, no peTs. Call after 6

certificate nuntCors and years of 2, Box 68 R, Starke Florida Wife/Petitioner/ ; and LYNN Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Williams. Barbara'Newportwas and their brother-in-law and p.m. 533.2252. 516 2tchg
32091 and Lenorah and Emmett School 10 Worship the girls team high
issuance, the description of the a.m. .
WILLIAM McRAE sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gene _. ._ __
property and the names In Craig, Rt. 2, Box 68 R, Starka Services llam. and 6:30: p.m. scorer. Pearson u

which is was assessed are as Florida 32091 doing business Husband/Respondent. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 All parents are remindedthat Mrs. Lucille, T. Ivey was a FOR RENT.-24x68, 3 bedroom, FOR RENT.-Clean, like new 2 P

follows: under the firm name of "C & F NOTICE OF SUIT- PROPERTYTO pm.Faith the Comprehensive Testof Thursday dinner guest of her 2 bath, heat & air condition, bedroom double wide on
Certificate No. 11. CERAMICS," 122 East Call Baptist Church: Basic Skills scores are In. If Mrs. Grace Waters washer & dryer, furnished. 3 private lot. Quiet country
: LYNN WILLIAM McRAE cousins, .
Year of Issuance: 1974. Street, Starke, Bradford Address Radio Program Over WPXE parents would like to discussthe and Mrs. Arthur Adkins, of miles S. Starke off 301. some furniture available $140
Description of Property: WV4\! County, Florida intends to unknown Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible results for their child they Lake City. Security deposit $225. 1-375- per mo. Ph. 964.8556 Itp 5/6

I of Lot 53 in Woodlawn, Sec. 15 register said fictitious name YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a School 10 a.m. Worship are requested to call the Mr and Mrs Phil Eunice of 1120. Up 516-- -r.2bedr; '
Twp 5S R22. under the provisions of aforesaid Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. school office. Graham visited their -- -- --- FOR 2 bath
Petition for Dissolution of parents,
An election of PTA officers River area 373- I,
statute. Prayer Meeting Wednesday trailer. New
Name in which assessed: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice FOR RENT-Mobile home with !
has been filed
Marriage II
MADELINE EDWARDS Carolyn and Kenneth Flint and against 7:30: p.m Bible Study. for the 1976-77 school year was porches, shade trees, quiet 6336: or 485-1713 evenings
and there is a demand in thaPetition Sunday morning.Mr.
All of said property being In Lenorah and Emmett Craig, joint you Grace United Methodist: conducted at the April 27 and Mrs. Dobbs neighborhood. Ideal for 5/6 2tchg 5/13 l
that the Court award Casey _ __ .. I
the County of Bradford, State of owners. that certain owned Sunday School 0:45: a.m. meeting. New officers for the of Jacksonville, were Sunday business couple. Garden -

Florida Dated this 19th day of April, and property wife by Worship Services 11 a.m. and coming year are: Thomas dinner guests of their parents space Must be seen to be FOR RENT- bedroom trailer, 2 I,
as tenants by
Unless such certificate or AD 1976 at Starke Florida the you entirety your, located at Bradford 7:30: pm Choir Practice 7 Baines, president; Ed Crews, Mr and !Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. appreciated. Available June 1. doors, couples only, no petsor I

certificates shall be redeemed 4/22 4tp 5/13 County Florida, and more p.m. United MYF 8pm. vice president Geraldine Other guests were Mr and 782-3279 Itp 5/6 children. Griffis Loop, Ph, I'

dccording to law the property -; -- particularly described as: Wednesday. Thompson, secretary: Gloria Mrs Basford. of Jacksonville, -- -- - 964-8077 8 a m. to 8 p.m.,
described in such certificate or* IOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE Highland Baptist: Sunday Shuford, treasurer. on Sunday afternoon. FOR RENT-Clean 2 bedroom Ernest Allen. 1tp 5/6

certificates will be sold to the A parcel of land containing 3.5 School 10 a.m. Worship !Mr and Mrs. Gene Pearson mobile home in country, one - -- - .. -- !
j highest bidder at the court J Notice is hereby given that I, acres, lying in the SW 1/4/ of SE Services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m PERSONALS visited their brother and child. $125 monthly. Ph. 964- FOR SALE OR RENT-

house door on the 18th day of Dolph E. Reddish, as Sheriff of 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 28 Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Mr. and Mrs. Russel Green, sister-in-law Mr and !Mrs. 8493 1tp 5/6 bedroom home. DR, large Lr, f
May 1976. Bradford County Florida under p.m. of Brooker were Sunday of --_ - -- fenced I
Paul C'ottomvood. room
Township 5 South, Range 22 Camp large family p
Dated this 14ih day of April, and by virtue of Writ of East, Bradford County, Florida; Northslde Baptist: Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Ala.. last week. They also FOR RENT-Mobile home for back yard. Good location, i
1976 Execution, to-witExecution : School 10 am Worship Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Their middle At
said parcel being more spent two days in New aged couple only. nice. $18,000 sale or $175 II
Gilbert Brown Clerk particularly described as follows: Services 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Monday dinner geusts were Orleans L.IMr Jo Lu Motel Mobile Home, rent. 964-7972 1tp 5/6
by Beulah M Moody issued out of Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Mr and Mrs Tommy Harper, and Mrs James Anders Park No phone calls please. -
Clerk of Circuit Court Court of Bradford of Starke.
County p.m.
Commence and familyof Palalka. visited
at the Northeast Mrs. Marian Hall, of tfchg-------- FOR RENT din ',"'iivision> '
Bradford County Florida County, Florida pursuant to a
of said their and :Mrs -
SW parents.Ir.
corner 1/40f SE 1/4
4,22 4tchg 5/13 Final Judgement for Town SCHOOL NEWS Jacksonville Beach, spent the 1 :J "cu' lots W (UO) (M'r
of NW 1/4 for of O.J. Anders Sunday
Finance Company of Starke, point The first grades pupils in weekend with her sister, Mrs. FOR RENT-Furmshed 1 month Water i Si wa0(|
----------- Florida, and against Judy B. beginning and run West, along Miss Anderson's and Mrs.Dobbins' Hester Hicks. While here they afternoon. bedroom apt and a 4 room furnished For "iiitorin.Hion! illMark
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the Northerly boundary thereof, home rooms visited their brotherinlawand !Mr and Mrs Les McClellun furnished Ph. 96480711tp Olin Olin. MoliilH' ,
Norman, in apt.
distance of 280. visited Elzie Griffis of
81 feet
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL amount of $740.65 together with ; thence presented a play last Friday sister, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. 5/6 Homes' bcik-'S," Hw' V\ I
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AN of collection. South, a distance of 590 feet; morning. The theme of Anders. Sanderson Sunday afternoon Starke.9tx4ixxi! Ill'' i
costs thence East Mike Dobbs from
COUNTY. distance of 134.76
"America A land offreedom" Mrs. Bertha Stuckey, of
Have seized and have in
CASE NO. 76.115 ((1.2432)), my feet to the Westerly boundary of carried out Jacksonvile! two weeksin Thursday Saturday with the
possession the following was by spent
the right-of-way of a graded chorus from Trinity Christian
and St. Vincent's Hospital. Her
of LILLIE described personal property to- County Road thence North singing acting. Academy of Jacksonville
IN RE: The Estate ; 38
The boys and girls physical sister-in-law, Mrs. Myra
wit: and 54 went to Tallahassee and
deceased degrees East They
fitness team participated in Itafuse. went to visit her the
along said Westerly at Maranatha ChristianAcadl'my. SUPER
boundary, a sang
1965 Chevrolet 2 dr the Bradford County fitness first of the week.
distance of 232.58 feet From there
I I.D. No 118375N110462Title meet on Saturday. The team Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harley,
creditors of the Estate of Easterly boundary of said SW140f to Ponsacola. for the
9511987 performed well and the of Bushnell, =spent
LILLIE BATTEN, deceased, are SE 1/40f NW 1/4; thence weekend with their son and Southeastern Chorus
hereby notified and required to North, along said Easterly .-------------r Competition They came in
and Mrs.
daughter-in-law, Mr.
file any claims or demands As the property of the above boundary, a distance of 409 feet (| NOTICE Joe Harley and family and second place. Mike Dobbs was NEW NEW '

winch they may have against named defendant and that on to point of beginning, EXCEPT picked as one of the top 4' x 8' Sheets Room',
their son-in-law and daughter, Living
sad state in the Office of the Monday, the 24th day of May, Road Right-of-Way along I Mrs. Charles James, Jr. singers to sing in the Festival
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of 1976 at twelve o'clock Noon on Northerly boundary I (Dianne) has made application Mr and Mrs. Wayne Massey Chorus that night FORMICA CHAIRS

Bradford County. Florida in the said day on the premises of the I to the Bradford County Zoning and family. Friends of Lawrence Crews

St.irke, Florida within three ((31) for sale and sell to the highest McRAE,as a lump sum alimony, | property described below from and family of Jacksonville dinner patient in Baptist Memorial $500 & $600 per $2 UUJr
bidder for cash in hand, the were Sunday sheet
I 1Home Occupations a
Ltilwidjr months from the date and you are required to serve a Hospital Jacksonville. Our each tnxdq
uf the first publication of this above described property of said copy of your written defenses, if j classification for an office in my guests of their aunt Miss prayers are with him.l'hlAIIt.111U .
defendant to satisfy the home to operate a small microfilm Elizabeth Terry. ++ + NEW
notice Each claim or demand any, to Petition on the | of x8
must be in writing and must aforesaid execution. Petitioner's attorneys J. J. I business, The location of 1 Mrs. Blanche Phillips, vd

suite the place of residence and WOLBERT. JR., SHAW I my home a zoned R1A located 8 Waynesville, N.C. and her 5-ww WHITE OKttirw c
cousin, Mrs. Inez Bell of !.1 ti.TM. $.>- limn
E. Reddish Sheriff I
post office, address of the Dolph KOPELOUSUS & HEAD, 142 miles South of Starke on the i acres >
Bradford County, Florida East side of Hwy. 100 in Section Gastonia, N.C. returned to 10 acres, IJ.975. ll'i down fcU
Utiinuint and must be sworn to West Street, P.O. Box 1086, I
/ I 13 Township 8 South, Range 22 their homes on Saturday after 40 acres $!'l.7"ll. 115! down
by the claimant his agent or his 4/2941-hg5/20 Starka Florida, 32091, on or i spending some time at Mrs. All nice grassland
attorney! lJIt will become voidlI.cordlng ----- before June 4, 1976. and file the | East. Phillips' home here. farming imlrnli.ilLMI .

to law. .. INVITATION TO BID original Court either with before the Clerk service of this I This change in classification is Mrs. Wilma Wainwright and : acres $..'>I.5. IH5 down
j Sealed bids and/or quotations onPetitioner's Miss Arthurine Blanchard (. timbc'rl'tI.ith OLIN'S MOBILE HOME
J J.WOLBERT. JR. attorney or subject to a public hearing to be t
*MII!| be received in the office of j held on Tuesday May 25, 1976 visited her sister Miss Enza cl.I't'k.
SHAW. KOPELOUSUS immediately thereafter;
HtAD the Administrator. Bradford otherwise a default will be j at 7:30: p.m., in the County Blanchard. of Baker County H percent finaiuiii|{
{County Hospital 922 East Call Nursing Home at Macclenny b
j Commission Room in the I > owner. & SERVICEHWY
P.O. BOX 1086 [ entered against you for the relief SALES
STreet P.O. Box 1060. Starke I Bradford County Courthouse. on Thursday. ;MINI. p.iMiients same
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 demanded in the Patrtion.
''Florida 32091 until 5:00: P.M.. I all Mr and Mrs, Waldo as down 11U nn-nl.
At this
ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTOR This notice shall be time persons
May 20, 1976 for furnishing the I interested shall be heard for or Pringle, of Worthington full owner hiM.l7im'm: 100 W. 964-5606 r
each week for four ((4))
following supplies and/or/ ser Springs, came by Tuesdayand
EARL BATTEN Executorof consecutive weeks in the I against the proposal, as HP
vices, f.o.b. the Bradford their sister Mrs. Pierce
Bradford I specified in the Zoning Code of
the Estate of LILLIE BATTEN, County Telegraph.
with them
County Hospital: Crews went to see
deceased. DATED this 4th day of May, I Bradford County.
*". I
Bread and rolls 1 1i Mr and Mrs. Pringles' aunt
4'292tchg5'6' Milk & Ice Cream }i A. R. Kwfer, Chairman Mrs. Emma Deyongh of
Eggs GILBERT. BROWN l j Bradford Cnty. Zoning Board Maxville.
Laundry & Unen The United Methodist
TAX DEED Fuel Oil COURT "------------, Women gave a Tupperware

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pharmacy & Drugs [ NOTICE I IL Party at the home of Mrs. S tit
J Insurance i Truby Wainwright last Friday A
that T.W. TATUM the holder of BY si'Beulah
: Moody
the following certificates has Estimated needs or amountsare Clerk j K. Edwards III & Assc. Inc. I morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs.

tiled" sad certificates for a tax available upon request from 5/6 4tchg 5/27 Deputy has made application to the Ivory Thompson was the

feud to be issued thereon. The the office of the Administrator. j Bradford County Zoning Board i representative There were 13
certificate, numbers and years of The Bedford County Hospital --- 1 j for reclassification of the ladies present Some games

issuance the description of the Corporation, reserves the right to REGISTRATION OF j property described below to a i were played after which

property, and the names in reject any and all bids and/or FICTITIOUS NAMES j Planned Unit Development refreshments were served FERTILIZER

which it was assessed are as quotations or to waive any minor { Approximately 56 acres 9 miles i Mrs. Jessie Mae Soehl of

follows. technicality or informality in the We the undersigned, being I j South of Starke on the i Atlanta. Ga. visited her

Ceitific.ile No. 22. bids or quotations received. duly sworn, do hereby declare I Southwest side of Hwy 100 in cousins, Mr. and Mrs Hermie i,

Year of Issuance: 1974. unrler oath that the names of all I Section 13, township 8 South, Kelly Saturday afternoon of INC.

Description of Property: Beg. Bradford County persons interested In the I Range 22 East to be developed last week.

Int of S Line of SW'R / & W Hospital Corporation business or profession carried on I as Keystone Oaks with !Mrs Earl Walker and I

W of Hwy 301,, NELY on W 4'22' 4tchg 5/13 under the name of Bach Home I commercial areas and I grandchildren, of Brunswick.
R W dpprox 230' WLY on S Improvement Co. at Intersection I recreational areas and also 43 Ga., visited Mr and Mrs. Carl

R W Cor Gr Rd. 150', Sly E NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Madison Street and. Court I lots for Conventional homes. I Prevatt on Tuesday ,475-2330

R W Old. SR. 13 230', E to REGISTER Street, P.O. Box 1209, Starke, I I !Mr and !Mrs II.L. Barfield.

I'OB Sec. 26 TWP 5 S, R 22. FICTITIOUS NAME Florida 32091 and the extent of j This change in classification is I spent a week with their son-in- 6-8-8

r Mime in which assessed: Pursuant to Section 86509 the interest of each is as | subject to a public hearing to beheld I law and daughter, !Mr and $70Ton
Florida Statutes notice is here- $117TON
K W 1 lumlirtbori. follows: j on Tuesday. May 25, 1976 !Mrs Sidney Harbin and

All of said property being in by given Hardwick that the 805 undersignedJane N.W. 35th | at 7:30: p.m? in the Countyi daughter of Orlando. Mr. and LET US BRING IT ON
The County of Bradford State of G. Michael Bach 50 percent Commission Room in the Mrs. Harbin and daughter
Florida Avenue, Gainesville, Florida, Robert Gary Bach 50 percent i Bradford County Courthouse. I returned to Law ley and spent
32601, and Marcus M. Pace, Rt.
the weekend with them.
Unless' such certificate or At this time all persons 20 TON
1. Box 289-C. Starke Florida STATE OF FLORIDA Mrs. G.W. !Marshburn. of
certificates shall be redeemed COUNTYOF interested shall be heard for or i
according to law the property 32091 doing business under the BRADFORD against the proposal as Jacksonville, visited her uncle REBATE PRICES
of "J & M SWAPSHOP" i
name and aunt. Mr and !Mrs
described in such certificate or I specified in the Zoning Code of I
certificates will, be sold to the Lawtey Bradford Sworn to and subscribed { Bradford County. Hermie Kelly Tuesday to Ammonium Nitrate M25TONMinimum '

highest bidder at the courthouse County, Florida 32058, intendsto before me this 4th day of May, j A R. Kiefer, Chairman Thursday 101O1O$84Ton 2O-1O-10
register said fictitious name A D 1976 I !Mrs Loca Raulerson visited
; door on the 18th day of Bradford Cty. Zoning Brd. Orders
May, 1976 under the provisions of aforesaid I Itchg 5/6 .i her brother C.B. Cannon of

Dated this 14th day of April, statute. Dudley P. Hardy ------------ Jacksonville. Saturday Bulk-5 TonsBaggod
1976 Jane Hardwick and Marcus Notary Public, State of Fla. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT afternoon. 1O Tons

M. Pace, joint owners. at Large EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Mrs, Jimmy Young of
Dated this 19th day of April FLORIDA IN AND FOR Green Cove Haul-1 Ton
Gilbert, Brown, Clerk My Commission Expires: Springs, was a
by Beulah M. Moody A.D. 1976 at Starke Florida. 5/28/77 BRADFORD COUNTY Saturday evening dinner

Clerk of the Circuit Court 4/22 4tp 5/13 5/6 4tchg 5/27 guest of !Mr and !Mrs Bill
of Bradford County Florida CIVIL ACTION Dobbs and family

4 22 4tchg 5/13 -------------- Kay and Bill Wilson of WESTERN WORLD
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Case No. 75-126 Santa Fe Community College

-------------. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF were weekend guests of their



IN RE: The Marriage of IN RE: The Marriage MARION ELIZABETH ANN EARLE, fa mill attended the

HERMON RAMSEY Husband THOMAS LEE RE: The Marriage of ALINE minors. Plaintiff funeral Mrs. Johnny

and Sliulia. Ramsey Wife. Husband/Petitioner, and CROMITY PALIN. a/k/a ALINE 'orbetl of Valdosta Ga.. on
FLORENCE MAE LEE CROMITY LEE Wife/Petitioner NOTICE OF SUIT Tuesday of last week
Case Park FL
No. 76-116 Orange S. of Orange Park
Wrfe/Respondent. and THOMAS PRESTON NO PROPERTYTO !Mr and Mrs Daniel ,

NOTICE OF SUIT PALIN, Husband/Respondent. : JAMES EARL JINKS Wilkison. of Jacksonville, are
NOTICE OF SUIT GERALD G. BIRDYSHAW and the proud parents of a
1 Box 279 Pen City Alabama NO PROPERTYTO NOTICE OF SUIT JAMES E. EARLE (addresses daughter, Dana !Marie Born

for : FLORENCE MAE LEE NOTIFIED that an action for Hospital Grandparents are WESTERN
an action dissolution of STORE!
marriage has been filed against address unknown : THOMAS PRESTON Adoption has been filed against Mr and !Mrs Donald Wilkison

and PALIN, address unknown you JAMES EARL JINKS of Law ley and :Mr and :Mrs
you serve a copy you are of your required written to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat GERALD G. BIRDYSHAW, Jack Riddle of Orange Park. Everything Western..All Under One Roof I

defenses if an action for dissolution of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat AND JAMES EARLE, (addresses :Mr and :Mrs Robert Lee

RICHARD E WELTY any to Attorney it on marriage has been filed against an action for dissolution of unknown) and you are requiredto spent I the weekend with their WESTERN WEAR
and you are required to has been filed of brother law and sister. :Mr
for Petitioner, whose address is you marriage against serve a copy your written -in- RIDING EQUIPMENT
114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box serve a copy of your written you and you are required to defenses if any to it, on the and :Mrs Robert K English Men's Ladies l Children

995. St.irke Florida 32091, and defenses if any, to it on J. J. serve a copy of your written plaintiff attorney whose name of Atlanta. Ga.. and their
file the original. with the Clerk of WOLBERT. JR.. SHAW, defenses if any to it on J. J. and address is GEORGE H. brothl'r-in-Idw and sister. !Mr ANIMAL HEALTH nand !TACKrandl

the above styled Court on or KOPELOUSUS & HEAD. WOLBERT. JR. SHAW PIERCE. Esquire P.O. Drawer and :Mrs Larrie DuBose. of PRODUCTS y

before May 31, 1976 otherwise Attorneys for Petitioner, whose KOPELOUSUS & H EAD, whose 1030.! Starke. Florida 32091 Decatur Galion .

ludgmenl may be entered a address is 142 West Call Street, address 142 West Call Street, and file the original with the -------------- by Leading Manufacturers BOOTS, BELTS
P.O. Box 1086. Starke Florida. P.O. Box 1086 Starka, Florida clerk of the above styled court
ayaiiibt demanded( .you in !the for Petition.the relief 32091. and file the original with 32091, and file the original with on or before June 07, 1976: \\' E\ l' wn brought GUNS & HAND GUNS & HATS

the Clerk of the above-styled the Clerk of the above-styled otherwise a judgement may be unto Ad.un. lie In-tanu' Many
WITNESS hand and the Leading
my Ammunition BrandsWe
seal of said Court on the 20 day Court on or before June 4, 1976. Court on or before June 4, 1976, entered against you for The relief filled! with the holy' Spirit.

of April 1976. otherwise a judgment may be otherwise a judgment may be demanded in the complaint or and her the nwtumtihVil. accept
entered against you for the relief entered for the relief petition. gave(
against you
demanded m the Petition. demanded in the Petition. the most !uloiious ( 249 WESTERN MASTER CHARGE
WITNESS my hand and the WITNESS of iippi'll-itioiiH. Ho BANKAMERICARD
WITNESS my hand and the my hand and the
seal of said. Court on the 3 day of seal of said Court on the 3 day of seal of said Court on May 3, tailed her Eva that is to 264-3838

: Bauldh M. Moody May, 1976. May 1976. 1976 the Mother uf Ml. I Ho .

'' Deputy Clerk 5/20 GILBERT. BROWN GILBERT BROWNAS GILBERT. BROWNAs say.did 1 not st t> I Io her wife. but (State Rd. 21)) W4{ RLD Open Fri. nite

4'294tchg AS CLERK OF SAID COURT CLERK OF SAID COURT Clerk of said Court simply mother mother 111 t till 9 pm

creatures. In this Orange Park
all living
----------- BY: s/Beulah Moody
I BY: Beulah Moody By: Beulah. Moody and the
Desk Spindles THE OFFICE Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk As Deputy Clerk consist: !* the !glory

SHOP Ph 964.5764 5/6 4tchg 5/27/ 5:6 4tchg 5/27 5/6 4tchg 5/27 most precious ornament of

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May 6,1976 TELEGRAPH Page 17 .






[- FOR RENT FOR SALE Floriland Realty

I J PERSOrtAL 393 N. Temple Ave. .

f Corner Lot, with storage bldg. /1l.oJl1 C .s".o-.

FOR RENT--2 bedroom AVON CALLING: SALE-Dayllltes, all colors, 82' x 146'-. So.- -Walnut.- Will sell .ESTATE ar
fireplace Kitchen REAL
equipped on varieties,
Avon. Call newest
for less than assessed value.
lake. Private beach and dockin Loma Clyatt, and Tetraptoids .50 .O.Mjnfr v C.V.rr' "l1 AITY
- ,
Keystone Heights. Call 473- Lake City, and up. Mrs. R.F.
100 x 260 bldg. lot. Make an
2252 1t 5/6 ------- 203 Christian St 5/6/ offer. New 3 BR 1 % bath
---- --- ----- 5/13 CH&A w/w carpet $ ,
FOR RENT: Small furnished MOBILE HOME : - =
apt. ---- ------- terms2Story4
40 Acres 1 mi. of
mobile home out city.
964-8420. Itp 4/22 -- -
- -
----- ---- chonng find BR 3 Bath frame / /
-- : Sat. & Sun. Sellers
31 Acres, 1320' on State Road.
FOR RENT: Furn. 4 rm. coating. CTIn's $2 day. Putnam Hall sq. ft., Sep. Dr., fam. room
per - -
apartment. Also potted plants Service.16W & Jet. 233- : 5/6/ 2tchg 5/13 48 acres, M mile on State Road. acres with pecan trees $ the old
sale. Erma - -
a more
farm house.
Johns, 544 W. Call St., 964- tfchg. SALE-SwImming pool Large 3 BR 1 bath Masonry, equity
5483. Itchg 4/22 ------- Leading 60, 2 BR, furnished trailer 6r 1 assume 6% mtg. 917,500. of your
--- --- -- --- - -
and distributor acre 86,600.VERNIE .
BILL'S SAW : : 3 BR 1 bath frame,
FOR aluminum rectangular - -
RENT--Partly furnished sharpening fenced cor. lot $15,000.
house. Inquire at 628 'hand, carbide, left over from 1975 P. DOOM from
- -
Lafayette Street. 1/2 price, guaranteed Reg. Broker Put the
1tp 5/6 blade hollow 2 BR frame, stove-ref.in
and terms. Call 964-7700
--- --------- balanced. 964-5476 .
Jacksonville days or $13,000 terms.
Building selling
Keystone 904-398-5103. tfchg 8.7 acres in Starke 15500. have
- -

HOUSES FOR SALE 10 and x 20 PATIO mobile : AUTOMOBILESUSED Sundays 2 BR frame $8,400, owner central

10:35: A.M. hold at 7%. and
installed, $140 mtg.
- within
GATOR SERVICE CO. WPXE Radio 7.2 acres $2,000 per Acre. I
8 FOR SALE-.12 x 60 mobile - In
home. Central air, partially Gainesville SALE--1376 Chevy pick-up 1490 re 12 acres well pole & plenty
---- -
furnished. In mobile, home Call 964- TT7 after 6. $15,000.
park in town. 964-8960 5/6/
after 4 -- -
t p,m. 4/29/ 4tchg 5/20 ----- ----- Eldon stackable: trays THE 36.35 acres 1300 ft. on US XI a quiet
SALE-1966 Chevrolet, 6 OFFICE SIIOP Ph. 964-5764.
- ---- N. of Starke $56.500
t ., new inspection sticker. _
FOR SALE--By owner, 4 couch, cheap .
2.7 A. US 301 in Uwtey
on .
bedroom, 2 bath block
house cash. Come to Underwood .
8 mo. old. 4 miles \west/ of 301 N. Itp 5/6 $9,200 terms.Furnished
Starke out RD 100 on left. NO WANTED-Brlck - McRae
PHONE CALLS. work Call -- ---- -- --- -J- 2 BR 1 1'h B. left on
Selling Buick
--- --- home on 1 Acre Therassa
because of sickness $19,500 by original owner.
t 1tp 5/6 Make a dumptruck out of $9,500
-- Equip. your pick-up at over $225 - the
--- --
5/6 less than list price. Installs 140 Acres, Hampton area -
FOR SALE 3 BR: Baih t -- ---- --- -
: 2 block : easily on most !'fc, =*/4.1 ton dec.,pump fenced, 36x64 room.
with LR, DR Den & garageon : pickups. Unload more than barn, 24x60 closed hog
large lot at 1105 W. MULTIPLE 2 tons in 15 seconds. cement (floor ft elec. Appx. which
Madison St. Call Freeman cleared & planted
LIMITED number of Jet acres
Register III 964-8771 or 964- SUZUKI authorized OF : LISTINGS Hoists at this price. $18.000 down &assume$ ,

5888 tfchg. Phone 966020. For information call mtg.Mth\ Fed. Land Bank. a
- - - Street tfchg : 2 bath, 'A acre, out or writeSUWANNEE -- - pasture

FOR SALE: By owner,3 IrR, 28. :- !; Low down if qualified. SALES We have others Call horses.
brick home double carport : P.O. BOX 621 TIME, day evening
partially' carpeted drapes. 3 FOR SALE: Honda 1 bath,2 lots, out of Live Oak, Fla. 32060 Also evenings (associates) wide
blocks from school. Ph. 473- perfect mech. Low down if qualified. Ph. 904.362.2161 7154 & 782-3397LtWTtr trees
2039 after 5 p.m. and weekends cared for, 7,000 3/26-/13

tfchg. beautiful, like 1 bath, in city. Low fit.
- -- --- every way. lot.
if qualified.
daily. 964-6061. Well built house on double corner 78238O6BRASINGTON. .
FOR SALE--Frame house, won.
'Iwr4ro a ?
carpet. paneling, large yard. ----- 1 bath, 2 acres, out lot in city, with 3 bedrooms, / /

964-5157, 964-6680 or 964- town. 2 baths, living room, family
7928. No 5/6 G." room, nice kitchen, central heat ,
: of all sizes, from $700 and .,air..(separate utility room
----- ------ .
1'bath acre and up. plus swimming pool. ,s.a..4'o CadillacOldsmobileSales
FOR SAlE--3 BR, ,.den
FREE for good ; & Service
block house. ",000 down and **>young tiger SACKETT 18 Lawtey Fine Stlei'tion Of Lined ::
take up payments of$135 mo. FRED acres in
first litter of .
Cars Taken On
v 1206 Bradford Street. 964- T
i] 6062 Itp 5/6 kittens. Call N. Temple (US.301)) 5-10 acre tracts, high land on Cadillac Trades
7 pick up. 904 9646522, 46a-1153 paved road, Graham area. 2001 N.W. 13 378.5301GAINESVILLE
--- -- -- -- -
- -
r FOR SALE: By owner, 3 bed- Associates tf

room, 1 bath concrete block 3 BR 1V4 B, Brick, in city, T'0
' home, central air/heat, t FOR Trigg-Nite 468.1642 corner lot
l with small 1372 Coss-Nite 964-6364
carport patio - and
McConnell-Nile 964-8789
Blending St. Ph. 964-6087. f'r HICK'S

4/22/ 4tp 5/13 FOR SALE-- : 1 Large frame house, excellent
- - alum condition, central H/A, 3 bed POODLE
4-7627.. 5/6 room, :2? bath, carport, cornerlot

.- - FARM AGENCY INC. in city. -
SALES & 206 S.Water St. Frame, 2 BR house, 1 bath on 1 Two Full Time OURS"

ances, used : National AdvertisingPaul acre. Bayless Hwy. Area. GroomersAppointments -
washing FaulknerBrokerIrene - -
March 15, 1976 A/C electric Faulkner-Assoc. 3Jo 6 acres clear, 4 ml. N/Wof For REPAIRS;

two paper bags were taken THE BARGAIN 964-5065 Starke.
Your Convenience
from my automobile. All South tfchg.MISSION - .
Frame 90' 100' lot
BR -
-- -- x
articles have been accountedfor 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, 964.7837 2,19 /
with the exception of a N W. of Statke Terms.
- {
black book containing some Temple Ave. - -
Room Frame, &
names and addresses which dishes misc. :
cond., 1 ,
air acre
a of interest only to me. Areseed p.m. Closed on I MOBILE HOME
.00 Starke TF
is available for the 5/20 George Roberts Jr.
- -
return of this book and no ------ beautiful land, frontage REG REAL ESTATE BROKER PARKINSIDE
questions asked Call 964- .. CITY LIMITS
Hwy 301, $57,000 good terms tf 9647Mimosa
5300( or bring to 1207 MadisonSt. HOUSE OF BRADFORD
Itp 56LOSTWeimaraner - WALK TO
have several 20 acre tracts in OR DOWNTOWN
-- -- ----
Many brands of : pasture with pecan '30 Per Month
dog. Silver Used -Some of the nicest land In
gray, short hair, medium Expert County. Manor ALL CITY CONVENIENCESFIRE .

height, clip tail. Call Sparks or Parts and - Mobile Home ParkA POLICE PROTECTION. 21
Becky Giebeig 964-7702 or vacuums. CITY GAS. WATER AND
9646664. REWARD 50. Itp vacuum Nice PlaceTo Jo-Lu Motel !

5/6 tf N. Main Buck's Live 964.8810
---- - --
-- - Flea Market Large Lots
Yard CareGarbage
10.20 PATIO
: a a 0 0 e e eI
Mail Boxes W.110r111ing I
Getor Mobile Sat. & Sun Water I C
372 9767.
Cent. Sewage I
------- Sellers Tables- Garbage Pickup I' 2" Thru 6"
WANTED--Residential site for 2 Car Parking 1 Fast Rotary 1 1I
swimming pool. Leading FOR SALE--9N 2" Per Day Concrete Patio
distributor wants a nice backyard $675, 14' Improved Street t Drilling/ Equipment I I
to display new 1976 trailer $325 Hall Electric Service to I
model of above ground pool. pay repaid bill of Putman 200 Amperes t State Licensed t tI I I I II

Top consideration given for 8993. 2tp 5/6/ 473-2067 Metered Gas
1 1I
pnme location. Don't miss this ------- I I I

Jacksonville opportunity.collect Call 384-5156 tfchg 5/6 Move FREE In Bonus. I I I Pumps \ I e

-- 't.\ TV Service Repair Of 1 Month Rent
--- -- --
Makes & Models Of TVs Electric Hookup : Water 8
L t & Used
Sewing and alterations. Call 533- ., & Tape Decks F..nlshed.

2662. 5/6 2tp 5/13- -- 964.7923 Dahmer's' Phone 964-7498 tL SalesParts- \t
--- -
4/29.6/20 E-Z TermsPlumbing !
114 Christian Street, Starke,
Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8 I I 1 !
p.m. Tues 1 p.m Women's Ralph Bryan Real Estate
Group Call 9645709, 964- 1 i
5434 or 9646894. 16tp 6/24 Installation
New I

WILL. BABY in my SIT home.for 964-6821.any age.child Call 1 Remodeling i I II

We are now exclusive agent for "The Woods" Subdivision Repairs II
-tfchg Farm near the Country Oub. These are large (some in excess of 1
NEW--GO-Bese:- -Grapefruit- Diet the acre Starke) wooded area, restricted, with paved building streets.lots in the nicest section of I Durranc.\\ i : I II

Pill. Eat satisfying meals and I
lose weight ANDREWS Prices start at 5.500 and owner financing la available with & i

PHARMACY, 356 W. CONYEXT as little as 10 percent down and 5 years on the balance. Pumps
Madison, Starke. 4/22 5D "FOR LAND'S SAKE"reserve
5/20 cf.st.Q / yours novel 1 Company i |
--- .
--------- ,
SEWING,MACHlNtS repaired, '" BRYAN 1864 N. Temple Ave.Starke
i I
al adjusted.makes cleaned$7. Work, oiled guar-and U. S. 17 E OMttor

Day or Night 964-8788
Strickland I
anteed. James JAX. 984.7061 I Free Estimates
Road & Hwy. ( ) Rt" 'OR' L 2/19.9/13 .J
ramaf Morgan JAX -
16.g. "- --- _ fad ?ltd _

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Page III TELEGKAIM1 May6.1978 I

SIGI-- To Help Students Pastor Fuller Attends SessionPastor I I

Robert Fuller of southeastern states of the

I Starke recently attended the region.
eleventh regular session of the Membership in the church -

Determine Career GoalsA Southern Conference of has grown to more than 79,000in ,&
Seventh-Day Adventists in 551 sanctuaries, which

Biloxi, Miss., as one of 474 support 173 elementary
large stumbling block to delegates In the eight schools, 15 secondary schools
many high school students in and two colleges with nearly
entering the work world or 13,0(10( enrolled according to
college training is that they ,....
H.H. Schmidt, president of the
have no idea what they want Southern Conference ?r 1

to door w hat they are suited to headquarters in Decatur, Ga.
do The three-day session at the \ .. ,rIIr :
Students many times are Sheraton Hotel in Biloxi ;;
unable to determine what included election of officers .J.
their interests really are and r financial reports and growth .. .aae.. usi
are unaware of possibilities :/ reports. .
opt'n1 meet t their need. The Starke Seventh-Day
Even if they have an idea 4 Adventist Church is located
they have no way of knowing t SR 230-A. '
what different types of jobs or i 'aI i
occupations are really like CQS.rQ MORGAN ROAD +
SKil I. a computerized BAPTIST CHURCH!
guidance system recently Morgan Road
installed al Bradford High "MOTHER: WANTS YOVINCIILRCH Starke.Florida I ....J.. a;
Sl'hoollhrough its cooperativeset : __ ..J / ..
up with Santa Ke SUN! D\y" Sunday: Sunday School 10

Community College in a.m.. Morning Worship and Foster! Contest!!! Winners Announced
Gainesville, may provide away .Sunday: Sunday School, Services for the Deaf 11 a.m.,
for students to find 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship Training Union 6:30: p.m. and In observance of Bicentennial School Festival Week these Bradford :Middle Sihool students
questions.1 p.m. ,, Evening Worship 7:30: Wednesday: Mid Week school's media center
BUS is the first high school Service and Bible Teresa Griffis and Rickie Sullivan in front earned honorable mention ribbons, l.vnn l.opcr. rear
in the nation to hate SIGI p.m.Monday: Girl's Ensemble Study 7:30: p.m. and choir left won first pri/e for the most creative art"orll.and"ll'lIit.. (Carver rear right, took first Place for

''System of Interactive 6:40: p.m., Youth Choir 7 practice at 8:15: p.m. grade the most contest.original poster pertaining to the theme. Plant lire underway for a seventh und eighth

Ciuidancc and Information)
installed Santa Fe is one of p.m.Tuesday; Helen Masters FIRST CHRISTIAN
five junior colleges in the Group 10 a.m. ; Lorena CHURCH: Roberts Is Aerospace Medical Technician Crad

country involved in the Epperson Group Ida Darby Don D. Staton.
guidance system all the rest Group 2:30: p.m.; Junior minister ISttIOIU.1: :: :
April 23
Navy the
HospitalmanDavid aviationenvironment
applied to
Choir 3:30: Lottie Moon In of Linnie
p.m.; loving
ot the units provided by the L. Roberts son of !Mr. psychological memory
Educational Testing Service Principal Charles Francis and his secretary Betty Shufordprat.tict' Group 7:30: p.m.Wednesday Sunday: Sunday School 9:45: and !Mrs. Don H. Chitty of 1110) testing, medical; aspects: ofacceleration Viola DeSue w ho passed away
III Princeton :N.J.: are in with the : Family Night a.m.. Communion and Pratt St. Starke has May 8. 1975. I miss your gentle
Sigl. new computerized guidance safely
!: systemwhich ;
Supper 6:15p.m.: ; Org. Mtgs., face and patient smile and
colleges Morning worship 10:45: a.m.,
Bradford High now has to help students decide on a graduated from Aerospace and maintenance of medical
It lakes about three how's to career choice. 6:45 p.m.; "Hour of Power" at Youth Hour 6 p.m., Evening l\ledlcalTcchnician School at records and files unique to with sadness I recall you had a
go through the sequence with 7:30: p.m.; Business Meeting, Worship 7 p.m. and choir the Naval Aerospace Medical aviation units kind word for each and
SIGI, BUS Principal,, 7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir 8:15: beloved 1 by all. The voice is
says Members Of St. Edward'sAttend practice 7:45: p.m.Wednesday Institute, Pcnsacola Fla. A 1973\ :! graduate of Bradford. .
mute and silent. The heart
Charles Francis The system : Wednesdaynight The
p.m.Thursday 12-week course is County High School he lomed
: Visitation, 9:30: that loved us well and true.Ah ,
Francis says "gives the ConventionMembers prayer meeting and designed to provide the basic the :Navy in June' \li"t! :!
student the opportunity to sit a.m.; Visitation 7 p.m. bible study 8 a.m. knowledge and skills requiredto bitter was the trial to part
down and t'slabllshhat he Saturday: Bus Ministry Women's council ,.1. I- from one so dear as you You
Thursday: assist in .
: of St Edward'sChurch will serve as Family Affairs special [I VDT
Visitation 8:30: a.m. Youth 1"1 loved,
thinks his values are toward the Commission Chairman meeting 8 p.m.Homecoming. examinations and treatmentsfor :'J\ == are forgotten one
the work attending\ Visitation, 1:30: p.m. 30 make ,,:,, nor will you ever be As long
an occupation or May ,
Convention of the St. :Masses were held atGainesll1e's naval aviators and flight rJ '"
world," Augustine Diocesan Council of St Patrick'sChurch plans to attend. crew members. 'lV-iII i ((6.) I' as life and memory last we

Once the student establishes Catholic Women on April 25, the St. Augustine First!!! United Roberts received I' I f' will remember Ihoe We miss
\ hearts
values he considers most 26. and 27 were the pastor Student Chapel and the newly instruction in advanced ;( you now. our are sore.

important tie: money,, Reverend Richard Bowles. constructed Holy Faith Methodist! Church SouthsideChit anatomy and physiology ( t. I .. As more time Your goes loving by we smile miss your you
prestige security means
:Mrs. Lester Humphries, :Mrs. Church. Meetings were held at
"Small talk if I here's 'cnlle face No: till
adventure), the data bank of one can
Richard Richards :Mrs. John the Flagler Inn and the Golf Thursday 7:30: p,m. Girl Mrs.!!! Thelmu Ih-uI.
the computer begins to ask nothing to be said it still getssaid. our vacant place Sadly
Samons. Mrs Richard Coss and Country Club. Scout Leaders Meeting,
which the student Chatby missed by the family
questions to :Mrs. Gladys Weldon Mrs Fellowship Hall Mrs. Thelma M. Dayl!, 68 of
responds The machine Robbie Shiller.Irs: Jimmy Sunday 9:45: a.m. Church 124 W. Madison Street Starke
answers, finds discrepanciesin the :Moore Mrs HenryStefenelli Bishop Paul Tanner School for all ages 11:00: a.m. Judith Flynn died Wednesday morning in a
the thinking subJt'Ctht.'mg and :Mrs. Francis :Meng conferred the Sacrament of Morning Worship Nursery Gainesville Nursing-; Home
testedAvailable the databank Attending the closing Confirmation on the following Provided 6:00:{)() p.m. UMYF The student body of following a lingering illness. GOSPEL SING
through banquet also when St. Edward's parishioners on Snack Supper-SanDee Hall Southside Elementary Born Feb. 9, 1908 in
are some I'M:! different Commander John McCain Friday evening April 30: Alan and Sue Little 6:30: p.m. presented a Bicentennial Bradford County Mrs. Dyal
occupations" related to value C,S. :Navy; a former :North: Ashlme April Coss Frank UMYF Meetings & program for the enjoyment of was the daughter of the late Saturday, May 8
systems students can Viet:Nam: prisoner of war was Coss Edward Fanton, Recreation the Southside PTA last Arthur B. Alvarez and Annie
establish; John Kish Tuesday, April 27. Denmark She attended the
the guest speaker were: Timothy Gissy Tammy Wednesday 7:00:
SIGlls a.....able lor use by Samons Richard Coss and Christopher Meng Alma Chancel Choir Rehearsal.One p.m.. The program consisted of First Christian Church. 7:30: P.M.
high school and vo-tech Francis :Meng Puig. Xiomara Puig Suzette singing, dancing, and actingby Surviving is one son,
students and al night bv the Mrs Lester Humphries Rodngue. Tod Samons, ------- vaious classes at William A. Andrews, Starke; ".
students taking SFCC courseson who served a two 30 ear term as Catherine Schoemng Herman woman to another: Southside. The "standingroom two brothers: Tate Alvarez FEATURING:
the BUS campus.11udi.on Council board member, was Schoening and Marie Vega. "Nature; can't abhor "a only" audience enjoyedthe and J. W. (Buck) Alvarez,
also treasurer of the Council Concelebrating the special vacuum as much as I do! evening very much and both of Starke, and two
St.Bnpti..t :Mrs John Samons. president Mass with Bishop Tanner Contributed by R. would like to thank the sisters: Mrs Edna Stone and The Gospel ServantsFrom
uf St Kdward's: Altar Society were the pastor Reverend Sinclair following people for their time Mrs. Marvel Owen both of
Church: vice-president of the William Kelly Reverend .. ,. and effort in making this Starke.
Gainesville deanery, was Charles Bowles served as event such a success: Jo Funeral services will be JacksonvilleThe
elected to the Council Board director of ceremonies. :Mrs. SENIOR Benson Music teacher; Jim held Friday May 7, at 11 a.m.
:\1II'fIiEHS U. \Y during this Convention. She Richard Coss was organist for Lewis PE teacher; Phyliss in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel church is located off US.301 on road behind Bradford
M'MIXY M\N 9. II7t! ; the occasion. :Mrs. Robbie CITIZENSJoe Goldberg Title I reading with Rev. Don Staten Furniture Company. Pastor: W. J. Thornton j
REV. U.U. :\IIIUHEll'EIUII'Sl''H Shaller acted as chairman of teacher; Carolyn Canova, officiating. Burial will be in
: ; : Tom 111 ic .Wiilcr* the reception following the first grade teacher; and all Conner Cemetery.
in the Parish Hall. the children and teachers at ,
Tommie I Waters 77. of ceremony Kerrigan president of

\i--na):Sundry.m .::Morning Sunday Worship School 1a u\ Lake Butler died Sunday.Iay: -------------. the Bradford County Senior Southside.New officers for the 1976-77 N ......r.rN.r...r.r.rN.rN/rN.re>..........r.r.N.N.rN.r. ,

m.. Children's Church 1 It 1 2. in Lake Shore Hospital in Citizens Club was elected school year were installed by ,I '
am. ((2 sears through :2nd! Lake City after an extended Kt', !.tullt' delegate to attend the 13th Mrs. Laurie Mullins. They are :I "' N ,, I I I'
grade) Church Training ti-13: illness. annual Convention of the President Jim Lawson Vice. \ r, : ;
Born in Bradford County. Firt Ilupti.t National' Council of Senior
and : President, Donna Gruen,
pm Kvenmgorship :Mr Waters lived his life in the I I PR/fiJ6 i
7:311::: pmursen': : provided lm Citizens in Chicago III. June Treasurer Jane Gay New Hours ;:
Lake Butler community lie (: ,
all services St't. UIU.t'I"A 2.5 Secretary Earnestlne '/
11II' -
owned and operated a farm Three bills which will come Thompkins. ; """",- ", 1 0 A M "

vlO'O \Y: Ladies softball until his retirement, lie was a gospel concert is set at the up in Tallahassee soon were Outgoing officers who S f.-' : ,'!: ';;: .1. :
member of the Lake Butler
game 7IU:: p m Pratt St1UFSDII' First Baptist Church of discussed and action in the deserve a "Well Done" are >tiJ
:! : Bible Study 10 Church of Chrisl.Survivors Keystone Heights this form of petitions and president Charles Johns, 0' 1 eat, Til7P.M.. [
include his ::::::; I
am.ll'II'S: MJflballloIal11t' 7'311(> Saturday night at 8 p.m. by individual letters was Vice-President John Schmidt, .Cc7
II idow. :Mrs Leary Waters of "' directed These bills are: i ::: -
p Westside I ParkKUKMlY "The Turning Point Singers. Treasurer Pete Powell, :: :
\\ : : : Prayer Lake Butler, a d.1ughter.Irs.: Headquarters of the groupis I. House Bill 3140. the Secretary Jo Ann Tyson.We > ,
"service::\)i p m.. Youth choir Keba Gallowav of Lake located in Greenville SCand Omnibus Nursing-; Home would like to take this 0 ., ..." tl tlI tlu
practice 7-30() p ni, and Adult Butler and one grandson has a local member. Mike Reform Act of 1976 This bill is opportunity to thank the 1 ...
Funeral services held
choir practice 8-3(1:: ( pm'flll'HSU were Hanks of Theresa long overdue It will give following committee .
P1' : Ladlt'solth.tllpnlcllcl' Tuesday. :May 4, at 4 p m in The public is cordially authority the Department chairmen for the great job I f.. : f !
!( 5\(1::\( p m andMen's the Lake Butler Church of invited to attend. of Health and Rehabilitative they have done this year. Mrs. \
: softball game 8'4. Christ with Bro Samuel Long Services to clean up the Eugenia Whitehead rr
and Bro. George Spurlock "scandals" of home i
Wcstside) Park nursing devotional chairman; Mrs.
officiating Burial followed in Scouting mismanagement. Beaulah Lennon, nursery: CheckOut '
Mid-Way: CemeteryArcher f,; 2 II B 34':!, the Generic Mrs. LuCinda Stern and Mrs. I .
Eaton: stationary TIIKOKKIce : Funeral Home of Drug bill. This would require Donna Gruen. refreshments; !
SIIOI1, ph. !9 Mil-57til.* ;; ; Lake Butler was in charge of News Prescriptions of drugs by theirgeneric Mrs. Judith Flynn publicityand -
arrangements of chemical names enlistment chairman and This --:.-- :
by Carolyn Eaves instead of brand or trade Mrs. Betty Sue Denmark
I 984.5812 names This would also projects chairman.
i iI
24x60 Br. 2 Bath
reduce the cost t. not only to Principal Dewey McKinney
Big Thank You to all individual patients, but to presented Charles Johns witha upS6995
it's as tough imolved in painting the fire medicare and medicaid Past Presidents Pin and Furnished Del. & Set U i
hydrants They look GOOD 3 1113 Uiifi, the "Public expressed the PTA's thanksfor
and are attracting attention. Access" bill This requires three years of service as I 24x6O Impalcr
its name Starke was well representedat buildings used bv the public to an officer of the SouthsidePTA. 10x50 12x6O i
as the Gateway Girl Scout have parking spaces designedfor 3 Bedroom.,Bath Mobile Home
Council Annual :Meeting at use In the handicapped President Johns presentedMr. & -Carpeted
Camp Chowenwaw Betsy and entry' and toilet facilities McKinney with a Benrus Good Would Be I
Yawn. Andrea. Carmen and similarly designed Quartz watch from the PTA in Throughout -
HUSKY Carolyn Eaves were ushers m \\e thanked: our legislators appreciation for the three i. [Total Electric Condition Great For A !
the 'If I Were A Girl Scout m for their affirmative action on years he has served Southsideas Shed .
1776' costume the "Eve.: Glass" bill H B. 362. principal. Everyone is Frost FreeRefrigerator Utility

Patty Mullins and Cana which was signed 1 into lawrecently sorry to see Mr. McKinney i % USED Or Storage i iI
A" ( i i i i -.h ( k.itjs Schmidt: proudly wore their This should enable leave but we look forward to !
't!;> '- t" : K> what mothers' old Girl Scout senior citizens and others to welcoming Mrs. Payne next Ice Maker -

thtiKf) >> ? I MCIS CtlIhah out l Nwky uniform The girls all decide save many dollars on the year. Dishwasher $1995
1 they really liked the style purchase of these expensive The following is a copy of a I I II
They rt TMv.y auty sharks Patty accepted the 15 year necessities letter President Johns read to i Buffet & Hutch

that are so strong they rp membership pin for her Karl Hoist, a member of our Mr. McKinney on behalf of the

guaranteed for the oleo! your mother CongratulationsLaurie club received his sixth blood Southside PTA: I Mark Olin Will Save You Money I II
car Yet they re priced with transfusion in BradfordCountv
the lightweights Ride Cadette Troop 520 campedat Hospital on April 27 Dear Mr. McKinney:
Safari Campgrounds at Iliswife. Ada. was with him at On behalf of the Southside
comfortably smooth road Lvnne. Florida. Friday thru that lime Karl has had a long Elementary PTA, I an I 2 REPOS II I
or rough on Husky ,, / Sunday a wet but good siege of illness\ Our prayersand expressing our appreciation to -
weekend. Those attending offerings through our for three of
95 lI included Sheri Shim Lynne various churches go to him you dedicated service in years behalf of

15 eachInstallation not included bI Johns.Schmidt.Janie Patty Saucer Mullins Cana and Ada for Karl's speedyrecovery our great school.progress We have in this witnessed school I WITH ONLY 5 % DownLike j

... . Janice Browning.. Beth There'is still) time to visit the during the period in which you
,, ... Starner. Lisa Library Book Sale this week have served as principal. The I
f. U !t' I' : Yawn New
I : ',' 1, '. "- ,c n i ,\?.' l'4r'1' Wainwright, Betsy Lila Books are the wings of plant and grounds where our
Laurie :Mullins Rae knowledge and
.' I" ""i:. .I-I .V Ai Yawn and Kay Heirhauser of entertainment Come art. along children provide clean study and and'pleasant play 12 x 46 Champion 2 Br, Front Kitchen $
p'' ,, .. Gainesville. Thanks to the browse 5300Look
; ,,' :" ) I around, and hopefully surroundings because of your I
Furnished Central Heat & Air
',' ,.n." I .' Methodist Church bus and find something to !suit your efforts. Opportunities for
.... .
'1 Wade the
I '10. I specially Margie taste in literature which
.to" n, .. It" driver Also thanks to Glen Happv birthday to :Nora: achievement incentive to ,study ana provide learn For The Champion Mobile Home Advertised on Television. i

Wade Don llardenbrook Grider are available for our children Then Come See The Homes AtOlin's
Harry Green and boy scouts DON'T:'; SIGN;; am document because you have worked
for the tents.Salurday unless you are sure of its toward this goal.
AMERICAN PARTS the Cadettes contt'nlsIan: > people are The working relationship I
SHOCK ABSORBERSHOUSTON'S canoed Juniper Run which sorry today for what they between you and the PTA has
was great fun and so pretty signed yesterday Always be been most congenial. Your
and so dangerous for those sure to read and heed the interest cooperation and
two inexperienced adults. FINE: PRINT:: leadership have strengthenedthis
Joining the campers for this Our next meeting will beheld organization.
event were Sarah Biggs Jay at 1 pm :May U. in the Again our thanks and best Hwy 100 Starke.
GULF SERVICE Carmen. Andrea Len and Pratt Street HecreatlonCt'nter wishes for all the success Mobile j 964-5606 HomesFHA
Carolyn Eaves. Want to guess Why not join us for a possible in your new
who the inexperienced were? good time. as.! well as useful assignment.
666 N TEMPLE 964.7153 Not to forget the ROTC and information about matters of Sincerely, Available/ On New Homes
Inter-Act for the cleaning of interest to senior citizens. Charles C Johns
Bring This Ad toe ** oil "5 or mo. purenas ai too, local'
the fire hydrants. Thanks. JueKeirigan, Pi caident Nyw--.r/N.rM.r.Nr.N.N..N.....r.NrN.rN.rN.r