Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04052
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04052
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UHS Coaches .


Protested To BdLAKE

BUTLER Concernover appointee to build his own
delays in hiring a new staff.
head football coach at Union "We need to hold off until we
County High prompted the get a new coach selected"
resignation of assistant coach Cason said.
Jimmy Thomas and Local citizen Wayne
comments from players and Roberts speaking on behalf of ,rap,"___ to warnings
parents directed toward the the football team,said that the legal grounds, two
school board here Tuesday boys have indicated they will school board
night. not play unless the existing Monday voted

No official action was takenon coaches are reappointed .r a continuing
Thomas' resignation from "I don't think we need to go to a high school
coaching duties which was outside our area to find a good -- by the
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proferred "because I haven't head coach," Roberts added I ... _,- ..,......1t.J .,.. .
been asked to stay." The indicating five-year coaching ... __ u members voting
board postponed action veteran Thomas. Nssi. (. r J I _L 'T If I II' ""' recommendation
because the item was not on About 20 of the 35 high ..sit. ..... Arthur
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the agenda, but attorney school students participatingin ", .. ..... -1'4 and J.T. Parrish I
Wayne Carroll said no formal spring practice were .. a majority of the
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action needed to be taken. present at the meeting r'!l/f/ ; .u "" .. board members
several of which backed upRoberts' \. _,7'.7":: #. 40.,._ .,-.'.... at the regular
Thomas who has been statements. \ .;....;,.... .. meeting Monday
directing spring football 1.J i-I .. .- ..... only three of the
for week Cason said he had not "triedto '" ., ,. : .'
practice one the 2-1
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off and .
challenged superintendentJames run anybody .. -J.-'L ,. -.--. -' I .
Cason's delay in hiringa accused Thomas of "". '"' :;;" .r. ...-- ...-' : .t't. 'JJ. E. Vogeney was
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new grid director, saying participating in spring -.. '" '/ from the list of
that three of the team's football practice at Bradford recommended for
assistant coaches have High School this week $p h ';f. contract and
for the and other indicating lack of interest in .fW" .
applied Job ...' ..- the list of teachers
applicants have been the progress of UHS players. ,. .ff". ., back on annual
interviewed since head coach .t'JI\, Vogeney was the
"It's not true, I do have
Jack Jones tendered his one of 20B
resignation April 30. concern for the students 12)h by the
Thomas said. He agreed at the board
"Not one of the coaches the board's request to retain the rest
knows if he'U be coaching next spring practice duties until Best Of ShowLocal 1 ;as recommended.were
year. It's our future we're formal action were taken upon
talking about," Thomas said his resignation. He further artist Millard Judd Is "not going to sell this one." The painting earned him the is currently in his
voice quivering. stated that he had not yet been Show" award at a Ilomosassa Springs art show Sunday. May 2. among ISO artists. of teaching. He
Cason countered that the offered a job with the nearly 50 of his works at the affair In an arrangement also considered during the a favorable
normal procedure when a Bradford staff. Augustine Lighthouse From the Beach" was the clincher when the coveted ribbon was from
coach resigns is to await the At the request of board The brush and pen wielder will present a one-man show at the Gainesville Mall Charles Francis for
appointment of a new head member Donald Dukes, Cason allowing mall visitors to visually sample more than 100 of his paintings and classroom

coach to allow the new (SeePage 12) Inspiration. His evaluations Lennard

at Bradford Middle

County Buying Disc Harrow satisfactory.previous was dismissed two years at

his third year at the
u w by-virtue of not
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To Implement Road GradingA then teach when the employed by school at a Register.the vacancy year high by

BHS. The school
$8.398 tractor and a $3.614 can't be graded neither examined nor he plans to develop on US-301 18 and struck a approved his
disc harrow is being conventionally. A slow. approved Emery's system. north of Starke. barricade. at BHS this year
purchased by the Bradford moving pulverizer is now usedto Emery said he has complied -Cautioned by ,with Gaskins and
County Commission in a break up the topping and for with all sanitary and -Was told by attorney Hardy, who .
search for a faster and mixing clay into the sand environmental regulations, Hardy the county has been county is no longer hang is on
cheaper way to pulverize clay roads to stablize them. but simply needed the letter notified of intent of suit by a suit the board said Gaskins up when
and limerock-topped gravel from the county. man named by Gary Hooker out liability of instructional
roads so they can be graded The new disc Is expected to -Accepted for county who was involved in an Commissioner
were presented
better. do the job in one-third the time maintenance several roads in automobile accident resulting Roberts said he
The heavy-duty disc harrow and less expensively than the three new developments: in injury on a county road.! specifications Monday of the by
will be used to break up the pulverizer. The big disc Hampton Villa Cozy Acres Hardy said the accident took end of the week. .
clumps of hard clay or harrow has wheels instead of off the Laura Church Roadeast place last July 4 on SR-18 at -Agreed to pay
a legal opinion,
limerock and make a being lifted hydraulically.The of Starke, and Walter Crystal Lake when Hooker'scar implementation Jess Wolbert
smoother road. Some roads tractor will be the same Williams who owns 600 acres ran off the deadend of SR. Information and
that the only just
where limerock has been usedas size as the one the county now Service in the cou ; school board had,
topping gets so hard they uses to mount its long auspices of the previous legal
reaching moving machine. and Adults.
would be to show
Teacher Talks -Asked to be
-- -- -- Bid went to JacksonvilleFord of immorality or
of the
Tractor which plans
Company certification. Those
\\iJ1r!: I wn., rrtcrJ promises delivery in 30 days. Medical grounds a school
Bids were also submitted by Set To Resume (See Page ,'ee t Page( 12):/
Hipp Ford Tractor Co. some employees to work.In .
Gainesville and Ocala ForsTractor a move two weeks ago, UGH
Co., Ocala.In the commission placed the
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other action Monday, Next TuesdayBradford 1..r..t') .... \. --\ t 'ii1' road department employeeson
May 2 the commission: an hourly wage base, Post
-Upheld all recommendations rather than on salary. This Quits
of the zoning board's teacher proposed salaries is based on was done to prevent paying an .
April 27 meeting including negotiations are expected to considerable research. Theseare employee on the job but LAKE BUTLER-With the
approval of reclassificationfor resume Tuesday, May 18, not arbitrary figures the /4e unable to work. From now on, reopening of Union General
a funeral home on US-301 a three week delay during BEA statement says. t bs the commission decreed Hospital little more than two
south of Starke. which Business Manager Other requests include a employees must be off the weeks away administrator
-Was told by civil defense Eddie Douglas chief one-year leave of absence for payroll if no work can be Eugene Hardval has .
director Jerry Thompson that negotiator for the school the teacher elected BEA found or they are unable to announced intentions of
CD funds will still be availablefor board, attended two weeks of president so the person could jrf work. resigning effective June 15.
THURSDAY, MAY 11 natural as well as nuclear National Guard training then devote full time to the BEAnnaUlnn .r In action at Monday's Plans for reopening June 7
disasters. had to catch up with desk requested Full] teacher oav is special meeting the board are still underway with hiringof
BHS ALL-SPORTS -Was told by architect work and the teacher during would the leave decided to return the $54.000 personnel and final plant
BANQUET7p.m. Robert Taylor that he will Douglas told George Loper the returnto summer employment alternations in the process .
12.SO member write National Compactorthat chief negotiator for the same position after a program under the Hardval said.
$3.50 nonmembers the county expects Bradford Education year as president.The Comprehensive Employment "It is strictly a personal
completion of the company's Association he had too much BEA proposal asks for a Training Act (CETA) to the situation. I have no conflict
BAHAMA CRUISE contract to supply six garbage work to catch up for talks to six-period day at Bradford CUBB agency the same with the board or any member
June 2M5 compactors. Taylor said the resume this week, as the BEA High School with teachers not agency which handled the thereof" Hardval said in
AlllnteretedMeet county is still short three team had expected. Two in the classroom more than summer program last year. tendering his resignation at a
in Room 1 compactors.Told sessions have been held so far, five periods. BHS now The decision came in a special meeting of the boardof
BHS5:30p.m. architect Taylor the with no serious bargaining operates on a seven period j meeting with( Ken Law, a trustees Tuesday night.
county made no committmentto having yet taken place. day.Released planner with the Office of Open house for the general

FRIDAY MAY 14 pay for $1,600 of schematic "Our number one priority is planning time is J ..., Manpower Planning in public is set for Sunday June
drawings for a mental health being asked for elementary Tallahassee. After 6, from 2.5 p.m. An invitation-
increase in BEA
an salary, a
TEEN AGE DANCE clinic. The drawings for the bargaining team statement teachers as well as middle the matter, the board agree only open house will be held
f:39. midnight clinic were made during said this week.. Teacher and high school teachers. Headed For 1I0"s Staff with the suggestion by Friday, June 4. .
BEA is also requesting that A staff of 31 will be required!
Admission SI.25 application for federal funds Roberts that the CUBB
At Woman's Club which were not received. calls contract for a proposed$2,370 by the increaseand BEA teachers be relieved of all bus BUS Juniors James Livingston left, and John Samons are agency, headed by Mrs. Sally to open the italDrML. -
Door Prizes to Commissioner Ralph Bryan pay duty. preparing to attend Boy's Stale In Tallahassee June 27-July 3. Nelson, handle the program "Buck" Jewell told the board.addir.g ,
a $10,140 starting salary Teachers also requestedthat sponsored by the Starke chapter of American A total
be given by Little told Taylor he has specificallysaid for Bradford are Legion. this summer. The board has that he would gladly
teachers up elementary students be rf525 high school Juniors chosen statewide will attend the mock administrative duties
Women's Club the only way the firm of from the decided: to administer CETA
Moore May and Harrington of present beginning provided at least one periodper legislative session where the boys will conduct legislative funds itself and plans to hire until a permanent
SATURDAY,MAY 15 would be paid for such alary"The Information 7770. In our week, 50-53 minutes of art affairs such as running office and making laws. an administrator and take administrator could be hired.
drawings would be through and music. over operation of the programthis The hospital had a staff of 43
Other BEA concerns not Oct. 1. when it closed in May of 1974.
UF CHAMBER SINGERS federal funds received. Taylor Brooker Resident
First Baptist said the mental health clinic necessarily in any priority, Stealing Tires Charged To PairA The board will meet with Hardval has been at the
Church 7 p.m. also told him it has not funds Arrested In TheftA are: Law again next Tuesday May hospital since June of 1975 and
Public Is Invited budgeted for architect fees. -Improved teaching Hampton man and a 15automobile belonging to J,D. 18, to decide on qualificationsfor feels his stay has been
27-year-old Brooker conditions. year-old juvenllle were Griffis of Raiford. the CETA administrator. successful In that progress;
MONDAY, MAY 17 -Agreed to the request of resident was arrested -More money for arrested Friday May 7. in The juvenile charged with Law told the board Mondaythe has been made and a
William Emery, developer of Tuesday. May 10 In Instructional supplies and connection with the grand larceny has been person chosen would be reopening set.
ELKS AND ELKETTES Geneva Lake Estates on SR-21 connection with the theft of a materials. tires from a disable returned to his parents' well versed in preparing grant In discussion, board
Dinner 1 p.m.Meeting south of Keystone Heights to pick-up truck from the homeof -Provision for minimal automobile on SR-227 near custody and Curtis was applications used to workingwith chairman D.M. Hale reportedthat
I p.m. write a letter to the Willis Grimes In Brooker classroom disruption during Hampton In early April. released on $750 bond. A poor people, involved in Dr Vladimir Holowatschhad
Department of May 7.John. instnsction. warrant is being sought for a community action programs.The been contacted and had no
CourtnyOISlj Environmental Regulation Dillon Lewis was -Improved use of aides and third suspect in the case. board will also work objection to Dr. Jewell being
stating'' the county has no arrested In Gainesville on a clerks. Ted Bernard Curtis Jr., 19, Other weekend arrests with Law on drawing up an allowed office space at the
? Sommuntti! ) objection to Emery selling warrant Issued by the -Six paid holidays.Reeatablishment. was picked up at 9:10: p m. by included three Starke application for a grant for the hospital. Dr. Jewell said he
State Sank water to residents in the Bradford County Sheriff's of a five Sheriffs deputy Don Denton juveniles, taken into custody summer program funds. On a would be closing out his
development The board Department and charged with day Spring break and and charged with buying and evening and year-round basis the CETA private Kissimmee practice
Account New i..w..UPv.$4aasw however. Instructed Attorney grand larceny of an maintain the two week receiving stolen property charged with burglary of a program here will administerfrom Saturday and would be In
Jw.ruaw.q III'nr'''c'c.ra..eeeee0. Dudley Hardy to state In the automobile. Bond was set at Christmas break.) The BEA valued at about $200. The tires vacant mobile home owned by $200,000 to $250,000 Law Lake Butler full' time
letter that the county had 10000. (See Page 12) were taken from an Earl Jones. said. beginning Monday.P.K. .


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2 Ih.LEI:..It1Ptl :May' 13.IS7s Dinner-Theatre ,

Planned By Pihe f71te J/l/ iI
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usable in so 'many ways Woman's Club <64ide

How to Succeed in G/aJyt Wooly Society CJdor
Business' Without Trying," a .. .. _______________________ f
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/ dinner-theatre play, --i-
sponsored by the Women's Alma Starling Celebrates80th Wedding Couple
Club of Starke will be held

Friday. June 4, Saturday, 2 Honored AtRehearsal
June I 5, and Saturday, June 12, Birthday May
at 6.:JO p.m. and a matinee on r DinnerMr
Mrs Alma Starling
June 13 at 2
celebrated her 80th birthday
Tickets will be available
soon Sunday, May 2, with a basket and Mrs. William G
lunch at the Nettles home on / Mac hen of Del Rio, Texas
Sampson Lake entertained at a rehearsal f' '
Little Women To 120 friends and relatives dinner party Friday evening ''k +
helped celebrate the occasion. fa't April 23, in the Pecan! Room of
Hold Last Dance Among these were nine of her the Garden Restaurant,
children: V.L. Starling of honoring their son, Stephen L.
Friday NightThe Lawtey, Lucia Thomas, W B. Wright and his fI.mceetiss, !!, 'Hii
Starling, Joan Richards, Joe -.. Deborah M. Casey, whose ,
Little Women's Club Starling, and William Starlingof wedding was an event of -
will hold a dance Friday night Starke; Doshia Green of Saturday evening, April 24.
from 9:30: to 12 at the clubhouse Dundee, Leatha Mae Nettles, Attending the affair were .
Sampson Lake; Warren members of the wedding
Door prizes such as Starling of Keystone Heights. party and close friends of the
4 PIECEgullet albums will be given away. Other relatives attending 76c two families attending the
.Xdmission, $1.25. were Robert Starling of wedding.The .
Macclenny, brother, Viola Alma tables were coveted:
getEarly \\KVAB.\\ THY Gnffis of Lawtey and Alice StarlingHuggins with white linen cloths. The
HKUMON Altman. Miami, sisters, 18 Crosby head table was centered with I
an arrangement of white and
The Graves and Abanathy's grandchildren, 20 great
au holding their annual grandchildren, one great Wedding May 15 blue mums, gladioli and
American 13))$" l'l'e! Taatry Server large Serving; Fork and Spoon l in 49 nieces and nephews! Miss Sandra Muggins and tables were decorated with
gleaming nlverplate (for versatile nerviift( and Branch A basket at pavilion lunch will beserved ............... .............. Oler Crosby will be united in ferns and mums entwined
convenience when you entertain, style. Friends of little Beth marriage Satuiday. May IS, along the tables center. Place t
picnic at 8 in the cards marked the
m First
p United seating
ideal for ,\,1fn..nds\ of the familiesare Francis will regret to hear she
attend. fractured her left arm Sunday Methodist Church with a arrangement for the 29 guests
united to
cake and pastries $ 0 0 while playing on a swing. reception following m the During the evening the
salads and aspic 12 1 gift Fellowship Hall honored couple presentedtheir
cold meats bored All friends and lelatives are attendants with gifts
NOTICE invited to attend :Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton chosen Club Woman of the Year atMa
: Breuktasl.Woman's.
ORIGINAL ROGERS SILVERPLATE BridalluncheorFor i Given May 10 >

.., Citizens Of LawteyEffective
< IT'V- I MTIaNATIOMAL tuvmCO l *lljC.il > Carol Cole ion Club Of Starke Holds

\ Monday. May 17, garbage. will not be picked up Miss! Carol Coleman, bride Mrs. Hilton Coleman Annual Breakfast 8
BANMAMERICARO ca by the City of Lawtey unless packe' in plastic bags heavy elect, was honored at a mother of the bride, and !Mrs. May May
1'I::"+r enough so they will not break o, 'hen lifted onto the bridesmaids luncheon: 10 Howard Osteen, mother of the
May The American flag: its Year" and was presented witha
garbage prospective' groom, were
? gift SLr: This policy is being established not as a punitive measure given!Mrs by Mrs.Charles Gal 1'1.> Colemanand Schmittat prevented with rose corsages. stars, stripes and colors, was beautiful engraved locket
.L'IPJ! / used the theme for the Mrs V J. Spengler
but to speed up garbage collection so that the city the home of the l Utter The attendants gave the as was
maintenance men will have more time to spend on other city The luncheon table honoree lingerie for her installation of officers of the presented with a lovely
132 E Call Starke Florida maintenance. covered with a while lace was trousseau and the hostesses Woman's club of Starke by engraved silver tray for her
S 6 2tchg 5-13 cloth over blue linen and presented her with a corsage Mrs L.G. Mathis director of work with the club as
- centered with and negligee. district IV of the FF\\C at the president for the past year.
flowers an arrangementof low The live attendants annual I May Breakfast last The club was beautifully
spring in a
silver bowl. Place cards with attending were Lisa Coleman Saturday. dl.'corateb for the occasion.
miniature bridesmaids Mary Ann Lyons, Denise As Mrs Mathis gave each Each table was covered with awhite
Lyons Iiita Crawford and officer her duties by using a cloth and centered with
: marked the of
attendant. seating Becky Coleman. ('oloror symbol of the flag, she red and blue ribbon and an
'r Gry presented a small American American flag The head table
: nag to the following officers: centered with a liberty
ASPHALT SEALINGCHEVRON 'president, :Mrs V.J. Spengler; bell holding red, white ana
JET SEAL first president, Mrs Curtis blue ribbons and flowers,
Sanders second vice- balanced on each end with
\president, Mrs. Gene Tanner; Uncle Sam hats.Irs!
Protect V our DrivewayFROM third vice-president, !Mrs Spengler Mrs :Mathis and
Shc-i rod Hamilton; fourth past presidents w ere seated it
GAS LEAKAGE DIESEL FUEL vice-president Mrs George the head table :Mrs Robert
1t FOR ONLY 40 CENTS PER SQUARE YARD Roberts, corresponding' Milner. .Ir presented a vocal
secretary, Mrs. Bill Deletion
All Work GuaranteedFREE
Kpperson. recording Mrs. H M. Autry. presidentof
ESTIMATES !secretary' Miss Norma the Junior Woman's Club
Canova.: treasurer :Mrs and junior, club members
Martha were !seated together.
Phone 964-7813 :Mrs Sherrod: Hamilton was :Members olio the Little
selected 'Club Woman of theJitHlflAtfdgJ Women's Club were servers
Standing in the receiving! :
100% ':. .. s line with Mrs Spongier: was '
POLYESTER :Mrs Autrv :Mist! Ann Allen.
,, president, t 01 t the 1 ittle
Women's Club, and Mis

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I 000POLYESTER/. :Mi and Mis. J. 'r.. I'r"'<1I1. Sr

? Check This Out: __ J. T. Prevatts Sr.

1973 24x60 FL Br 2 eat& 6995 To Celebrate

hed 0 Set Up 50th AnniversaryMr

"I 100% Polyester and :Mrs J:f Prevail,

Sr of Tlt SHEATH LINING 24xO Impala 10x50 12x6O 1 Starke, will be honored or

3 B droom, Bath their 50th wedding
Mobile Home anniversary with a reception
$288 & % Carpeted Used hosted b\ their six children,
I ICoordinaled
Color :J 45 wasnabv .'e3St ''e, .Iar' i Throughout i Would Be Sunday May 23, from 2 to 4:30:
w wl u' last! and ',' .0 Vr -'. .
in the Fellowship Hall of
A p.m.
rn. n No'.ons Department, ''M Total Electric Good Croat the First Baptist Church .m
I ,:-' 1 Frost Freo I Utility Shed Starke.
:Mr and :Mrs Prevatt
,. were
!: Refrigerator A Cond. Or Storage married May 19, 19J6 in
OUR 97C i Ice Maker Starke.
Their children Glen
lOW PRICE... : Dishwasher 1995 00 l Prevail of Tilusville.

_________________ ___ JI Buffet Hutch VI (Elizabeth: Perry of
/ Jacksonville. J.T. Prevatt. ,'r
I>\ .III. II. I'il I 1\ iii I .k I ;- .. J of Starke, Nora Lee
WEAVERS CLOTH Wainwright of Lake City
'IATCI 1'1 AKERpnIN For 8695 2 Repossessed For Only Carolyn Giddings and Irene
:SPOlrrSL.AR: SPORTSWEAR only Kick of Gainesville requestthe
pleasure of your presencein
PRINTS PRINTS I II 5% Down12x46 honor of their parents

i I rs Like New golden anniversary.
I l\t rand :Mrs Prevail have
I 1 I I Ii 12 grandchildren and one

i 10000 Cotton I :: : ... ''. '. .- ':' : i 100% Cotton Champion $ great grandchild.
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5 3 0 0
4 3 46 Wide
I 44/45" Wide 2 Br, Front Kitchen Furnished Carol Coleman,

I i l l I 1 I Central Heat & Air Mike OsteenTo

$186 i BARGAIN i C I II 1 I ;:-- You Are Always A Winner At Wed May''21Mr ..

$177 Is Yard
I, d I and :Mrs Hilton
I Coleman announce the
Olin'sHwy approaching of their
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daughter, Carol, to Mike
Osteen. son of Mi and Mrs.

GU36JGMIEB; LLUIel1l I JaJ Mobile HomesFHA Lake.Howard The wedding Osteen will of take Redford placeat

r 100 Starke 964.5606 the Morgan Road Baptist
Church on Friday, May 21 at 0p

301: 1 S. Shopping Center SterkeFie. Available On New. JHomes following.m. with in a the reception church

ASK Mark Olin About The Champion Mobile Home Advertised On TeTevTsTorr .",, Fellowship Hall.
All friends and relatives,are
invited to attendI'IIKI'


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: XI Iota Delta Holds UDC Held Meeting Elizabeth Cox and David Thigpen United In Marriage May 8

Founder's Day Celebration May At
Mr. and Mrs. H E. Cox 1 bride's book Mrs. Luther Milliard and Mrs.
: XI Iota Delta Exemplar Holiday Inn announce the marriage of The bride's table was Glen Starling.
I :Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi their daughter Elizabeth I centered with a three tiered Following a wedding trip to
t .held Its Founder's Day The W.T. Week's chapter Ann to David Alan Thigpen of 4 I e't wedding cake with fountain Fort Walton Beach the coupleIs
celebration and awards U.D.C. held its May meetingat Laurel Hill, son of Mr. and ?pq a center and decorated with residing at Rt. 1, Box 10S-A
banquet Friday night April the Holiday Inn Wednesdayof Mrs. W.L. Thigpen Jr. of blue forget-me-nots and white Laurel Hill where the groom is
with their husbands 30.in last week with Mrs. I-I.L. Starke. rose buds and topped with a in the farming business.The .
attendance in the Pecan Roomof Speer Mrs. G.J. McGriff and Rev. James Parrish cupid. Mrs. Lacy Mobley and bride is a 1973 graduateof
the Garden Restaurant.The Mrs.L.G. Powell hostesses. performed the ceremony May r Mrs. Bernice Starling cut the Bradford High School. Mr.
Founder's Members and guests were 8 at 7 p.m. in the Northside cake. Thigpen Is a 1971 graduate of
celebration marked the Day 45th seated at a U-shaped table Baptist Church. 7' 4...;intina in serving were Suwannee High School.
anniversary of Beta Sigma overlaid with brown cloths Decorating the altar was a t- III
and centered with Victorian basket of white gladioli and ':
a social cultural and CE I1J0
service organization for ......ot ,, :, lantern. The head table was pompoms and blue carnations
women whose keynote is centered with a spring against a background of c li: Ci: (!
arrangement of shasta daisies branched candelabra with ... LOOKS THAT
friendship. t and roses. burning tapers. Candles and :,1'l.Cg :,;."' 301 S. Starke, Fla.
\ Mrs. Guy Sale president fern decorated the window : SHOPPING
presided over the meeting anda sills.Mrs. ; PUT YOU CENTER
vote of thanks was given to Glen Mattox organist ,1
in .ti all those who participated at '
Day the Memorial Day Service at Sandra Huggins .,4 ATEASE

.r Crosby cemetery. J JJ Jt
Mrs. J.W. Kincaid
historian gave a short item LuncheonShowerH'onoree
about Dr. Nilos Colston ,f 1'Iceallood May 13-151"All
Patray Milwaukee Wis. who May 8 rrNJ k Family Centers-While$ -
Delta crocheted a 3x3 Confederateflag 1 t Quantities Lull
with The Year decorated with each of Miss Sandra Muggins, May J
the present governors of the 15 bride-elect was honored at 6uIE111uP1j I :tMr 1' Gr
the Huggins original 13 states which an alphabet luncheon-shower / //t/ i
was seceeded from the Union Saturday given by S.G. j ; ,1
plus pictures of Buzz Aldrin Denmark and daughter Mrs. ..
with At and Neil Armstrong first men M.J. Sanderson !Mrs. Clyde J.
and to set foot on the moon. The Sinclair and daughter Mrs. \\ /JJ
Shower flag was presented to the Judy T.C. Chastam, III at the homeof
Benjamin museum in Mrs. Sinclair. to 0
.pin Huggins was Bradenton where it was later Alphabet place cards I I :. Pl
: at a linen and shown at the general marked the seating ,
last Tuesday convention of the U.DC. at arrangement for the 20 guests. ,
by Mrs Michael Charleston S.C. by Mrs. The luncheon tables covered
Richard Dugger Grady W. Jones president of with white linen cloths were cLf
the and Mrs. the Florida Division. centered with crystal I \ {
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Kingsley Lake. discussion refreshments were white pompoms and baby's
the were played by served by the hostesses. breath.
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a yellow and presented to Miss Huggins Slum m Polymer and Cotton
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Iota centered with a individual gifts from her nuptial music. over taffeta featuring a high/; Colors' Sins S M L XL
being Mr.and Mrs. Steve Thomas hostesses. David Shaw attended as neckline empire waist with
presented the were honored at a Among the guest were !Mrs. best man and the ushers were tie back over a pleated train. 1100
one a set of floral housewarming Saturday George Huggins and Mrs Joe Cox Wayne Thigpen and The bodice and sleeve cuffs
out linens evening.. May 8 at their homeon D.L. McRae mother and Jimmy Alvarez. were accented! with pearls M."'* Weitern
lingerie and a Bayless Highway given by sister of the honoree and Mrs. !Mrs. Jerry McConnell Her elbow length veil was
: nest fern as a Mrs. Gary Buckley and !Mrs Dale Beck Mrs. Henry served as matron of honor and secured toa lace cap accented r STRAW HATS
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XI Iota Delta Held Installation Patrays May 'I<" I' Deborah Casey and .Stephen Wright
'. 'I! /-I.Ij'..j.
..... Christian Chur r.
.'l' Wed April 24 At First c
XI Iota Delta of Beta SigmaPhi !? '",'..\ xt.. '\ .
IFI. .
held its installation of .. 5c, ..'.."" .
officers at the lake home of \' ',,.'". '\.t" The First Christian Churchin I
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Mrs. Arthur Patray in \ ;"7 '. J Starke was the setting for I
Keystone Heights Tuesday i '--- the marriage of Deborah
night May 4_ Marie Casey, daughter of Mr. /;
The white and gold Bicentennial Flower ShowThe and Mrs. James D. Casey of
exemplar degree colors were Hampton Lake, to Stephen
used in providing the ") \" 'tfiJ.. Bicentennial Flower philodendron,coleus, plants in Lynn Wright of Starke, son of
background for the formalBIRTHS \ : Show at Union Correctional wood, hanging baskets, cacti Mr. and Mrs. William G.
: ',1 \ Institute will open today orchids,and landscape plants. Machen of Del Rio, Texas.
\( 'rb \, ", (Thursday) and continue Hours of the show will be: Rev. J.C. Brown, Jr. of
t \tit II",. through Saturday, May 15. Thursday, 12 noon to 9 p.m.; Augusta Ga, performed the
"':.nr \. nuptials on Saturday, April24,
Friday, 9am. to 9
..... q. LL vrit.Corresponding I .. ;::1'-: ( p.m.; at 7 p.m.
Saturday, 9am. till 12 noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Don G. Crewsof The theme this year will be Decorating the altar were
Starke announce the birthof candlelight installation Secretary Patio Plants, featuring This is the sixteenth annual two standing baskets of mixed l
a daughter. Kelli Deann conducted by outgoing Barbara Patray Recording bromeliads specimen house flower show sponsored by the spring flowers, iris, fuji
born May. Grandparents are President Barbara Patray. Secretary Brenda Slade Vice plants begonias Horticulture Dept mums, daisies, gladioli and
Mr. and Mrs C.D. Thornton of :Newly': installed officers for President Connie Best and pompoms against a
Starke and Mr andIrs.. 1975.76'are (left to right) : President Cherie Cox background of two tree )
Leslie Crews of Lawtey Treasurer Diane Hodge. (Keystone Heights). Not Rebecca Wessells-Robert Smith candelabras, two adjustable .r tt.
pictured is Extension Officer candelabras, fresh fern panels .
,. ,. Voncla Stephens. United In 17 and four jade palms. ji ,$
Marriage April Mrs. L.A. Canova, pianist,
and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie 4
ffYUd( CindyMitchellHonored Rebecca Dee Wessells of Blalock duet, presented a !.
Starke, daughter of Mr. and program of nuptial music. '
At !Mrs. John W. Meek of Ronald J. Wright of San
Keystone Heights, and Robert Antonio, Texas attended his I jI
Linen ShowerMiss Holden Smith, son of Mr. and brother as best man. Dwayne ,
$ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ SAVE Mrs. Std Smith, Sr. of Starke Alday and Roger Kelly were
Cindy Mitchell,June 12 were united in marriage ushers.

bride-elect, was honored at a Saturday,April 17,at 2 p.m. in Mrs. Roger Kelly, sister of j ji
linen shower Thursday May the Beulah Baptist Church in the bride, was matron of
LADIES SHORTS 6. given by Mrs. \\.S. Haas, Belmore, Fla. kl kl.b honor. She wore a sleeveless
rt Mrs. Paul D. Carter, Mrs. I
t L// .Assorted Styles Rev, Lester Taggart gown in pastel green nyesta
) E.D. Tenly Jr., Mrs. Robert
/ .Assorted Materials performed the nuptials.Arrangements knit with a chiffon capelet at
and .
Barksdale Mrs E D
of the i
green scoop neckline. She wore a
f f j, Variety of Colors Tenly, Sr. at the home of the blue and yellow gladioli and garden hat in matching color, :
tj ,l Sizes 8-18 latter on Orange street mums were used on the altar. and carried a white wicker
it lIs'' Games with prizes were Mrs. Janice Rhoden, : basket of mixed spring
Just 97 enjoyed during the party pianist presented a programof ? flowers with light green
S4 hours.
nuptial music. streamers.
The refreshment table was Mr. Smith attended his son Mrs. Dwayne Alday and
covered with a nile green cloth best Ushers Shi
as man. were Mrs.Lamar Williams, cousinsof
; i See Our Line and centered with an Smith,Jr.,David Alvarez and the bride, were bridal
I arrangement of red roses and Bubba Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robbie SmithA attendants and
Of 2 PC crystal holders. Presiding at Mrs.Lew Chaff, sister of the identical to the honor
i i.. the coffee service and punchbowl attended matron of reception was held in the
j groom as attendant except in pastel
BIKINIBATHING were Mrs. Barksdale and church and dinner following at
honor. She with
; wore a gown blue and wore matching
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shi
t Mrs. Haas. white gauze top with small Smith Sr. pastel blue garden hats. The "-. ... ,,* ..)
Attractive flowers arrangements used of enbroidered flowers and Mrs. Linda Hildebran, three attendants wore ivory and :Mrs. Stephen L. Wright
SUITS spring were green floor length skirt. With sister of the groom, kept the pendants, a gift of the bride.
\ ,,. Sizes' 32 36 throughout the party rooms. this she wore a yellow bride's book. Teresa Hall, Mrs. Alday and Mrs. Williams miniature carnations and silver punch bowls encircled
summer hat and carried a sister of the bride, cut the carried white wicker baskets baby's breath.A with greenery and florets
V JUST S 1499 single rose with streamers.Ms. cake and Mrs. Douglas with spring flowers and light reception was held in the Presiding were Mrs. John
I -J-f Geraldine Schmidt and Conner and Ms. Shi Smith, Jr. blue streamers. church Fellowship hall where Sutton and Mrs Sylvan J.
VBIRTHSMr !Miss Sammy Owens attendedas presided at the punch table. Kim Casey, sister of the two standing baskets of Vetzel, Sr. of Tampa, aunt of
bridal attendants and wore Following a wedding trip to bride was flower girl and worea flowers were placed on either the bride.
: and gowns similar to the honor Lake Lanier, Cumming, Ga. dress identical to the honor side of the hall with fern trees. Following a wedding trip to
LADIES KNITTOPS Patrick Mrs. Robert attendants except in yellow and Cedar Keys the couple is attendant and carried a lace Mrs. Joe Bakken greetedthe the Smoky Mountains Uncouple '.1
of Starke '
proudly and blue. They carried single residing at Crosby Lake. basket of spring flower petals. guests at the door. is residing at 145 N.
the birth
Polyester announce Matthew of a son, roses with yellow streamers. The bride is employed by Justin Williams, cousin of Standing in the receiving line Orange street. I
McKinley April 21 Alvssa Wessells, daughterof Southern Bell in Gainesvilleand the bride, attended as ring were the bride and groom, The bride is a 1972 graduateof
Ass't Colors at Center St. in Vincent's Jacksonville.Medical the bride, served as flower Mr. Smith is employed by bearer and carried the pillow their parents, attendants and Bradford High School and is
Matthew girl and wore a blue dotted Bryant Electric Co. in with the actual wedding Mrs Nick Crosby. Mrs. employed by Dr Carlos M
.Sizes 10-18 weighed seven swiss floor tenth dress. Baldwin. bands. Candle-lighters were Kenneth G. Morgan kept the HernandezMr .
pounds seven ounces at birth. The bride wore a long gauze Ronnie Kelly and Keith bride's book. Wright graduated from
JUST $497CONVENIENT Maternal grandparents. are gown with layers of Machen, brother of the groom. The bride's table was the University of Florida and
Mr and
Mrs. C R
Starke and Scoggins of embroidered flowers, short 2V'l.J: < ,.., The bride given in marriageby covered with a white French assistant manager of Blazer
paternal sleeves, small gathers at the her parents, wore a white Alecon lace cloth accented Financial Services in
grandparentes are Mr and bodice and small flowers in silk made in with floor ruffle Gameswlle
Mrs. G.ll Bennett was organza gown an a length
-=- !Mrs William Patrick of
LAYAWAY PLAN --a Law ley front. She wore a large white honored Sunday at the First empire silhouette. Cluny lace underskirt of white knit. ...............................
C summer hat with a ribbon Church the outlined the sheer yoke, Centering the table was a
.............................. around the brim and carried a oldest Baptist mother present by being, and bodice, court collar and three tiered white wedding / irlonatl .
Mon. thru Thurs., Sat. !Mae Powers of 256 N 7th single white rose surroundedby also by having her daughter, renaissance sleeves. Twin cake which was divided by
138 E. Call
9am 5:30 street Macclenny is inviting daisies with baby's breath Mrs. R.H. Boree, and her two bands of cluny lace encircledthe swan columns and centered Miss Louise Stern way
Starke : Dm those interested in day-lilhes and bound with a white satin granddaughters, Mrs. C.D. full skirt and chapel train. between each layer with fresh weekend guest\ ofIr: and _
9am 6.00pn: Friday to vist her gardens on Sunday ribbon.oooooooo. Pannell of Jacksonville, and Her cathedral veil was white roses,baby's breath and Mrs. William Sheppard in 1
from 2 to 7 p_mJOOOOOOOO. Mrs. Larry Adkins of bordered in matching lace and light blue pompoms. The top\ Jacksonville. 1
Manham N.D., and five great attached to a lace camelot was made of white roses,
000 OOOOOOOOC grandchildren as Mother's cap. She carried a white baby's breath and light blue Local admittance:* 'to'
Day guests. wicker basket of white roses, lilies of the valley. On either Bradford County lIo.'pltallhls t
side of the cake were two five week includeillis .
O branch silver candelabras Thornton, Lacy Thornton I.
: enhanced with an arrangement Luther t Cooper. Joseph "
O 9&TffdOPEMIMG Foundation Paving Co. of white roses, pompomsand Crawford James !Shop'
baby's breath. Encirclingthe Tomhnson. llamp Henry
o 0 ASPHALT PAVINGFill cake was a garland of fern Ka>mond DeVoe. :Mrs
and baby's breath and Yvonne Boone and Ernest
0 Dirt Grading accenting each corner of the Todd of Starke Mrs Sandra
table were small blue satin Boatwright of Lawtey. Mrs
LandscapingFree bows with fern. In the Eunice Lindspy :\1l'lrost'
background on either side of John Evans III. Hampton
the table were two fern trees Albert Stafford Kaiford
Estimates and two baskets of mixed Donald Cochran Lake Butler.
STARKE pastel spring flowers. Mrs. Scott McLean and :Mrs Nell
BRANCHHIGHWAY Phone 964-7813 Donald Hardenbrook and Mrs. Allen of Keystone Heights
Edwin Williams cut the cake. Mrs Linda Mann Lake
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May 13,197 TELEGRAPII PageS

Sue Wright and James Rowell, Jr. Alfred WaddellIs I..

SJRJC CradPALATKAAlfred L I Girl Scout News

Repeat Vows April 15 At Home WeddingMiss _
L. Brownie Troop 127 enjoyed Scout Camp Neyatl on
Waddell, a Starke resident, Saturday and Sunday at Camp Kingsley Lake. Group singing
Donna Sue Wright, was among ninety-two St Chowenwaw near Green Cove starts at 9 a.m. followed by
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ? Johns River Junior College Springs.The flag ceremony and Fly-Up
W.W. Wells of Starke and graduates for Term II, 1976 girls stayed overnightIn Ceremony for fourth grade
James B. Rowell, Jr., son of according to the college's the Healthe Lodge swam in Brownies.
Mr.and Mrs. James B. .L v'.L :':: Office of the Registrar. The the pool and hiked the Jungle During the day the scouts
Rowell Sr. of Hampton, were i iJ ie graduating sophomore Trail. In the past Brownies did will swim have their bag
united in marriage Thursday, received an Associate in Arts not camp out so this is a new lunch and explore the new
April 15.at 6 p.m. at the homeof degree. experience. Mrs. Velma nature trails. Scouts should be
the bride's parents on Thigpen is their leader. She picked up by 2 p.m.
Jordon road, with Rev. Bill biJ Zu.Jlnow was accompanied by Debbie Once again thanks to all the
Lovell performing the I e I Thigpen,Mrs.Casey and Fran scouts who sold cookies this
nuptials.The Kelly. year and also to the people
couple repeated vows Miss Madge Middleton was Brownies attending who bought them. 71 scouts
before a gold and white in Riverside Hospital several included Kim Casey, Teresa sold cookies this year in
candelabra arch with burning days last week for observationand Davis Jackie Nicks, Laura Starke area, average of 61
white tapers flanked by two treatment. Garcia Charlene Thigpen, bozes per scout. Sixteen of
baskets of white gladioli ++ Mrs. Norman Allen and son, Lisa Spivey Helen McRae those scouts sold over 100
mums pink carnations and John, of Jacksonville were 1 Tracey Denton and Tammy boxes each. High cookie
lavender mums. Potted ferns Saturday guests of Mr. and 't e 4t Dempsey.This salesgirls include Patty
were also used in the Mrs. Robert Barksdale. Mrs. Saturday is Neyatl Mullins 263 boxes; and Irene
background. Allen was Mrs. Barksdale's Day, all scouts in Bradford Wainwright and Joyce
guest at the May Breakfast Union County are to be at Girl Wainwright, 506 boxes.
Jerry Hulsey attended as
best man and Doug Rowell Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Farnsworth Elected To CPA Institute .

and Harvey Rhoden were r Huggins and family and Mrs. Local Certified Public director.
ushers. Pauline Cox of Lumberton, Accountant Harold

Linda Kay coleman Mr. and Mrs. James B. Rowell Jr. N.C. are guest this week of Farnsworth, Jr., has been Farnsworth will be honored
attended her sister as matronof Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Cox. elected to membership in the by the North Central Florida

polyester honor. She and wore carried a pink Beta Sigma Phi ChaptersHold Mrs. L.N. and North Central Florida Chapter for his membership,
gown an Pickering Chapter of the Florida which is granted on the basisof
arm bouquet of pink roses, Miss Dorothy Alvarez spent .I Institute of CPAs according high standards of technical
pink ribbon and baby'sbreath. Mothers Day. Tea the weekend with Dr. and JaA+ to an official notice from moral and professional
Mrs. M.J. Pickering in Clifford Beasley executiveThe attainments.
Given in marriage by her Starke Beta Sigma Phi this year's Beta Sigma Phi Tampa.Outoftown.
stepfather, the bride wore a chapters Xi Iota Delta and theme-"Let Heritage Ring." guests at the ,
pink taffeta gown with pink Gamma Theta held their first Candles signifying the wedding of Deborah Casey Union Firemen Set Fund
chiffon overskirt empire Mother's Day Tea in the exemplar' white and gold and and Stephen Wright on April .
waist V neckline, and long Pecan Room of the Garden ritual of jewels' black and 24were: Mrs. W.G. Machen of Turning Point Singers Raising Fish Fry May 15
bishop sleeves with self Restaurant from 3 to 5 p.m. gold colors were used in silver Alice Texas Mr. and Mrs.
covered buttons. Her camelot Saturday May 8. candelabras at either end of William G. Machen and Keith Come; To Ma tl is on St. Union County VolunteerFire provided by Graham
cap of lace decorated with Mothers, grandmothers, the white covered Machen of Del Rio,Texas Mr. Department has Richards and the Dixie
seed pearls secured her elbow daughters and aunts of refreshment table.Arrangements and Mrs. Ronald J. Wright of "The Turning Point" singers will be special guests of the scheduled a fish fry for Jubilees.
length veil of illusion. She members were honored. of yellow San Antonio Texas Mrs. Madison Street Baptist Church this Sunday night. :May 16, In Saturday May IS, at the ------
carried a arm bouquet of pink Mother's Day is a Beta Sigma roses were placed throughoutthe Sylvan J. Vetzel Sr. of observation of Youth Sunday. The Greenville N.C., group will Providence CommunityCenter "If a nation values anything
roses and baby's breath tied Phi's tradition to be observed room and also used to Tampa Mrs. Hilliard perform a few songs during the morning service and will starting at 5 p.m. more than freedom, It will lose
with pink satin ribbon.A each year by all chapters. surround the base of the Broughton of Gainesville Mr. conduct the entire evening service. An afternoon outing at the All proceeds will go towarda its freedom. And the irony of
reception was also held at Chapter Presidents Cherie crystal punch bowl. Brenda and Mrs. Jack W. Stricklandof lake Is planned for all youth from seventh grade through college quick response fire truck, it is that If it Is comfort or
the home of the bride's Cox and Sue Little greeted Slade served punch and Jacksonville Dr. and Mrs. age. complete with a cookout and swimming.The said Ron Prokop fire chief. it
parents. Mrs. S.J. O'Steen guests at the door where they Barbara Patray presided over Malcolm J. Dunn and childrenof community Is Invited to attend. Donations are set at $1.75 money that it values" more
with the silver tea service. for adults and $1.25 for will l lose that, too.
greeted the guests at the door were given name tags Ocala Rev. and Mrs. J.C.
and Diane Wright kept the Brown and family of Augusta, - children. Music will be -W. Somerset Maugham
bride's book. Standing in the Ga. y --,
--- --- --
Brenda Honored -
Myrick At ShowerMiss -
receiving line were the bride

and groom and their parents. Brenda Myrick, whose Miss Myrick is attending Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof For
The bride's table Jacksonville weekend
was to Tennessee Temple College in were
marriage Stephen Cooperwill
covered with a lace cloth and Chattanooga and was unableto guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie
bean event of May 29, was
centered with a three tiered attend. A photograph of she Shaller.
honored at a bridal shower
wedding cake topped with a at the T.G. and her fiance was placed on a
Tuesday, May 4, o
bride and groom. Mrs. Lee "Golden Room" in table with a vase of red roses V.R. Ferguson and son. Bob 2 For
Carolyn Joyner cut the cake. Orlando. beside it. Ferguson spent Thursday to AmericaGuaranty m
The punch table was Hostesses were Mrs. Agnes The guests displayed their Sunday in Raleight, N.C.
covered with a lace cloth and Mrs Melanie gifts on a table and after where Mr. Ferguson attendedhis
centered with a crystal punch Cleveland, Mrs. Margaret games were played and 1926, 50th class reunion at
bowl encircled with fern and Alvarez and Mrs. Violet refreshments served, North State University The
roses. Mrs. Mary Cooper Sweat. everyone wrapped up their men also attended the
presided at the punch bowl. gifts for Miss Myrick to enjoy Ferguson family reunion at FederalIt's
Mrs. Mary Cooper, Mrs. opening when she arrives :Southern Pines, N.C. on
Brenda Hulsey and Mrs. home from college. Sunday.

Madge Akaradge assisted in ;W /
serving. /jo.J now -4V

Following a wedding trip to
Disney World the couple are Mrs. Alice Barron returned fREE Our Birthday Year
residing in Melrose. last Friday after three weeksin
The bride is a 1975 graduateof Greenville, Miss and
Bradford High School and Seymour Tenn. where she Hearing TestsIn
Mr. Rowell is a 1972 graduateof was joined by her sisters :Mrs. And We Have A
Gainesville High School.
Carl Bauer of Greenville and
Mrs. Martha ,IIJ .: -,
Johnston of ? .
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Miami for a family at
reunion ;
Mrs.A.C.BrownCelebrates 17 ... .F 1v .. .. ,
the home of!Mr\ and Mrs. John 1 -'" ... .
Burton. Mr. Bauer joined the be conducted by .
63rd group on Easter. .
R.LSpragueLICENSED Free Gift
Birthday May 2 Tommy McLendon of ;.; _

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her 63rd
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Henry spent
daughter Mr. and Mrs. last week with !Mr. and Mrs. and have it checked.It .
James Griffis and the 17th Portrait
birthday of her grandson, George while Morrison there in visited Leesburgand her may only need a minor adjustmentIF V .. w Ah

Dean Brown. son, Virgil who is confined in YOU HEAR
Out-of-town guests were Mr.
the hospital.
and Mrs. Brown's two but In Full Color
Geri and .s\ ?'
daughters Mr. and Mrs. James Cash DO NOT UNDERSTANDCome
family of Fort Lauderdale
and Glinda Powers and familyof Sunday and family visitors of Orlando of were her by and let us explain how you can vv1 plr ....*.
Atlanta; Mrs. Brown's two Sen. and Mrs. J '0. Q
Laura Messer of helped FSIl.CI:
Charley Johns. Sen Johns was : :
and Omta Dunnof j1 ,
Jacksonville JlIIl -- ---
will be from
in St. Lukes Hospital last week Testing S EQUAl HOUSMG
Miami. Also Mr. and Mrs. for observation and treatment "S1LENDER ___._
Carmen Delone and family of and will return to St. Lukes 11:00 A.M. Until 3:00 P.M.
Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and Friday for further tests. : :
Mrs.Arch Ellington of Starke. To Celebrate Our 20th Birthday And Our Nations 200th
children of Mr.and Mrs.
Mrs. K.G. Duncan of West
A sons.C.,Brown Buddy included and Adro their Brown two Point, Ga., former Starke Monday, May 17thIn We Have A Bicentennial Year Gift For You And Your FamilyA
resident, is undergoing testsat
and their families and their Oschner Clinic in New front Of TG&Y Bradford SquareWESTERN

daughter husband. Cindy Griffis and Orleans. Big ax 0 Color PortraitLimit

( 1 Per Family)

2\JUM.A.o. .

Mrs. Gladys Weldon visited WORLD A Family Bicentennial Heirloom For Posterity

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon in

Macclenny on Sunday. Professional Photographers and Studio Set-Up Will Be In Our Office

Jacksonville Mrs. Carrie visited Smith her aunt of IS NOW OPEN To Take Your Family Or Individual Portrait In Kodachrome Color .

Mrs. Ida Shaw on Monday.Mrs. On The
Following Dates;

The'lma Mendoza of Orange Park Fl. S. of Orange Park Mall
Jacksonville was last Friday Carrie Wednesday May 19 thru Sat. 22
luncheon guest of Mrs. May
Ritch and Mrs. Wooten. COME VISIT N. E. FLORIDA'SLARGEST ,

and Saturday Mr.family and Mrs.guests of Macclenny Tommy of Mr.Johns were and WESTERN STORE! Maximum Guaranty f Federal=

Mrs. J.W. Ritch. Everything Western..All Under One Roof I Savings Program *

April 30 to May 4 with Mrs.
Homer Lewis in Folkston and TACK PuiibodK tarings None 5.25% 5.39%
attended the Shrimp Boat ANIMAL HEALTH nand *New Certificate 1.000 90 Day. 5.75% 5.92
Festival at Fernandina Name Brands < Beach. PRODUCTS -New Certificate 14)00 21/2 Year* 6.75% 6,98%
by Leading Manufacturers 7 kr BOOTS, BELTS -New Certificate 1,000 4 Year. 7.50% 7.79
Mr. and Mrs. Mike May and < IOn of Ocala were Saturdayand GUNS & HAND GUNS
Sunday guests of her A aubatantial penalty II required for eatly withdrawal on certificate plane
mother, Mrs. W.H. Hart. Ammunition Many Leading Brands When earnlnga are left to compound daily, for one year. J

We accept

Schwab Eddie Mr. Schwab and of Merritt Mrs.of Gainesville Island Edward and BLANDING 249 WESTERN&HATS BANKAMERICARD MASTER CHARGE Call 964.5000. Guaranty Federal .

spent the weekend with Mrs. 264-3838
Myrtle Anderson.Mr. BLVD For Your Savings&Loan AssociationAppointment

and Mrs. Gary (State Rd.::21)) WRLD Open Fri. nite t t Today Ii F GAINESVILLE: 220 North Main Slreel/377-3344,
Hamilton of Atlanta were till 9 pm 3501 W University Ave S373-8482 e 3300 S.W. Archer Road/372-0431
Saturday overnight guests of Orange Park 395 W. Madison St. STARKE: 395 W Madison/964-5000,
Mr. and Mrs Sherrod KEYSTONE HEIGHTS:Lawrence Boulevard & Sylvan W y 1473-4952
Hamilton. I I Starke LAKE BUTLER: 175 W Man. sl./ 4963614Donna _


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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Joyce Futch of Blackshear Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Stanleyand Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach, of Sunday and afternoon.Mrs. Willie Dobbs
Church ot God: Sunday Ga., was their Friday dinner Mrs. Bessie Watts, of By Elizabeth Terry their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville, spent Sunday and Mr had a get-together
School 10 a.m. Worship guest, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Crescent City were Saturday B.L. Wilkison Sr. afternoon with their parents,
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Harper and sons, of Daytona overnight guests of her son, Cape Coral, the Hansen and Miss Dorothy Mrs. James Waters and Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson, Tuesday night with friends their
Scent relatives honoring
Edith and
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Beach, visited them Saturday Barry Watts and Barry Lee. weekend with Swanbom.Mr. grandchildren were guests of and sister Mrs. and sister Mr.
dinner Misses Sheila and Regina and .and Mrs.Marvin Rosier her Swinney. brother-in-law ,
YPE Friday at 7:30 afternoon. Sunday Mrs. Hester Hicks son Jimmy Higginbotham
p.m. : p.m. E.W. Sword who
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Holmes were Mother's Day brother-in-law and sister Mr. visited their parents, Mr. and on Mother's Day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Pringleand and Mrs. ,
School 10 a.m. Worship Truman Norman Mr and guests of their brotherinlawand and Mrs. Glenn Shuford and Mrs. Jim Rosier on Mother's Day afternoon. Miss Dorothy Griffis. of were visiting here from
Services llam.and 7:30 Mrs. Wayne Harper and sister, Mr. and Mrs. family. All of them attended Day afternoon.Mr. Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore Satsuma, spent Sunday Lebanon, Va.
Prayer Meeting p.m.8 Timmy, Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Joseph Starling and son. Mother's Day services and and Mrs. C.A. North spent Mother's Day with their afternoon with their nephewand Mrs. Shirley Simmons,
Wednesday o Harper and J.C. Prevatt, Jr.. Capt. and Mrs. Russell dinner at Long Branch on and family, and Mrs. S.L. son-in-law and daughter Mr. niece, Mr. and Mrs. Doc Katrina and Daniel, of
Faith Baptist Church and granddaughter of Lines of Valdosta, Ga., are Sunday.Mr. Swindell and children, of and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and Mosley. Allenhurst, Ga., and Mrs.
Radio Program over WPXE Gainesville. the proud parents of a and Mrs. Les Jacksonville, were Mother's Jay, of Live Oak. Mrs. Pierce Crews spent Virginia Mosley, of
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall daughter, Jacqueline McClellan, Mr. and Mrs. Day guests of their mother Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Firday with her brother-in- Jacksonville, visited their
School 10 and family visited Mrs. Courtney, born May 3. Robert McClellan and Jeff, Mrs. Edith Swinney, and Floyd Norman hosted a House law and sister Mr. and Mrs. brother-in-law and sister, Mr
a.m. Worship
Services 11 a.m and 7:30: Minnie Sharpe and family of Grandparents are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johns, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Warming in their honor on Waldo Pringle,of Worthington and Mrs. Earl Teston and
Prayer p.m. Alston Ga., on Thursday. Mrs. Walter Lines of Mrs. Rossie Reddish, and J.F. Robertson.Mr. Saturday from 4 to 9. Springs. Another sister, Mrs. family Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
Meeting Wednesday
7:30: Bible Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch Reading, Pa., and Col. and Henry Reddish, gathered at and Mrs. W.S. CrewsJr. 60 friends D.L. Shaw of LaCrosse also and Mrs. Daniel
Study. Approximately
Grace p.m. United Methodist and sons, of JacksonvilleBeach Mrs. William Wilson, of the home of Mr. and Mrs. .,and their parents, Mr. and evening with spent the day with them. Wilkison and daughter, of
Sunday School 9:43: a.m.: and their mother,Mrs. Lawtey. Maxie Reddish and family, of Mrs. W.S. Crews Sr., of gifts for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. James Jacksonville, spent Mother'sDay
Worship Services 11 and Joyce Futch, of Blackshear, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright the State Farm for Mother's Jacksonville were Mother's Refreshments were served. Anders of Palatka spent afternoon with their
7:30: Choir Practice a.m. 7 Ga., gathered at the home of attended the induction of her Day dinner Day dinner guests of their Recent guests of Mr. and Sunday with their parents parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
p.m.United MYF her sister Miss Elizabeth granddaughter, Miss Denise Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin mother Mrs. Pierce Crews. Mrs. Harold Eunice were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders. Wilkison.Mr. .
p.m.Wednesday. 8pm. Terry and enjoyed a family Durban, into the National were hosts for a Mother's Day Mr. and Mrs. R.W. and Mrs. Baxtor Young, Mr. They attended Mother's Day and Mrs. Wayne Berry
United Methodist Women dinner on Saturday. Honor Society at Lee High dinner in honor of their Edwards, Mrs. Debbie and Mrs. R.H. Castleberry, of services and dinner at Long and Kevin, of Laurinburg,
Jacksonville last Arwood,Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jacksonville Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny N.C. spent the weekend with
met at the church Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis School mother, Mrs. Walter Martin. and Miss
May 6. Mrs. George Roberts and family, and Mrs. Maines Thursday evening. Outside guests were Mrs. Wilkison, and Mrs. Lavon Michelle Eland, of Keystone Jenkins and Robert of their grandparents, Mr. and
presided and Mrs. Frank Coss Griffis and children, of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe, of Martin's sister Mrs. Sidney Wilkison and children were Heights Milliard, visited their parents Mrs. Doc Mosley.

gave the devotional, after Palatka., Robert Smith and ----- -
which regular business was girls, Mrs. Tom Whaley and
taken care of. girls, and Mr. and Lynn Boch,
of Jacksonville, were
Highland Baptist: Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship Mother's Day dinner guests of
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. their mother, Mrs. Nellie
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Wilkinson, and sister, Mrs. WE WANT
7:30: p.m. Daisy Boch
Northslde Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
School 10 a.m. Worship Clayton and son, of '
Services 11 am and 7:30: p.m. Jacksonville, were Friday FAIR
Prayer Meeting Wednesday supper guests of their mother, YOU TO
7:30: p.m. Mrs. C.R Crews.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
SCHOOLNEWS Gustafson, of Green Cove
Parents who want to discuss Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill SUPERMARKETS
their pupils standardized test Dobbs and family, were
scores are requested to call Mother's Day dinner guests of SUPER DISCOUNT COUPON? f 2 R
the school for a time to be setup their parents, Mr. and Mrs. i

The next PTA meeting will Mr. and Mrs. James CLIP THESE ,
be at 7:30: Tuesday, May 25. Bowman visited his mother, GALLON l-fflrJl 12o rw
This will be a covered dish Mrs. R.W. Bowman, and their VALUABLECOUPONS ASSORTED 39 jrrffli CANS 9L
with the PTA parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. OFF rA0AS OFF F FROZEN
supper -"s MYIDN, AT rAMRwM DI RIM IrOME Mn.W I Ii TIRy rm*TNI*COUPON AT*>MNI v MMM on o* TOM*mo M**t> TMWUBO
furnishing the meat and drink. Altwater, of Jacksonville Mn MAr S"WIT1M NACM CIN11 mr b ORON AIN AY MCIO MV 1* DOA UMtT I Of|*CH CflMT Off COUPON RIM/E/MNN
Please make plans to attend Sunday afternoon. SAVE (
this final meeting of the school Mr.and Mrs. Floyd Norman & V P 11 V 11 q/ 1 N ll (
year.Miss Cuttmos' class visited party for their mother, Mrs.
the Lawtey water plant on Harvey on Sunday. There
Tuesday.Pupils learned about were ten present.Mr. Bargains in Grocery
the importance of a good and Mrs. Frederick
water supply and how the Prescott, Mr. and Mrs.
water is distributed Vaughan Prescott and family Siced Bects
the Mr. and Mrs. John Norman, -I.NIO"A' TDY MOOR 0A IrEMEI/ IW YYI
throughout city. Carl COMPARE ton..... WA Mixed COMPARE t rNKA. wro
and Mr. and Mrs.
PERSONALSGuests : Norman and sons were ant sa1.I..M HWVUItu\ EveryDayLowPrke @ egOtabba I y PARIS "
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mother's Day dinner guests of Libby Pickled Beets 3/S1/ .8' ck"'Pepper 69t 12

Prevatt during the week were their parents Mr.. and Mrs. IIWU Itai ... PANTRY PRIDE L cxwur. MIR ituWishbone
Leonard Norman.Mr. Sauce 3/l/
their niece, Mrs. Charlie Apple 88c .,
and Mrs. Andy Harvey DressingOMIUMItal
Williams and children of """".. MIXEDVEGETABLES
j- e/ti
Starke, on Monday afternoon, and son,of Perry, visited their Tomato Sauce or I H'
their nephew and niece, Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tomato Paste 4/M/ I.

and Mrs. Buddy Rewis, were Starling and family,and other I TMTLEE: POTATOES I.M MNTIT, mm
Tuesday dinner guests, Mrs. relatives Sunday afternoon. Pork & Beans 4/M/ -
Every Day LowPrice Y5l I OR SLICED CARROTS EveryDayLowPrke fy| .

'Susannah,' Bicentennial Folk PANTRY PRIDE sw r'N'' Low Sugar $ %" -

I Musical, Set May 29 At CUT or FREN.Cff STYLEBEANS 16oz 5/$1 PANTRY PRIDE F Furniture Polish 69tso':

Stephen Foster MemorialWHITE Brillo Soap Pads 31// 1 "

SPRINGS-The first residence at Florida State .
and only outdoor performance University, won the coveted ('COMPARE wssrwMIU : Fr WDrinks" 2/89 '

of the folk musical, New York Music Critic's / >wi i vwiii HIM) "Susannah," will be held at award. The production will be Chicken & Dumplings 59t 20' Waffle Syrup 79* .0'
the Stephen Foster Center professionally directed by 5/l 16oz
/Mwcn IA.7 ii A mi tun>it inI
Saturday announces, May Center 29,Director 8:30: p.m.Al, R.J. Murray Mashed l Potatoes 97 "' JARS I Grape Jam' or Jelly 69< -

Head. MM linil FMtf Wf rum PRAM n iuToaster .
The production is one of the Advance reservations will Tea Bags 79t Pastries 49t.

Center's major Bicentennial be accepted at the Center

programs scheduled for the weekdays from 8:30: a.m. to 5 MrTD.TIoI.flh. @ it DI.tT0 .IL-.plka. Gii) 'I' I..rTD.yl. .Ma. @ lo' N"' ..... r.w
enjoyment of the citizens of p.m. Admission is $3 each
north Florida and south adult and $1.50 each child. In Pantry PrldPRESERVES. OOLOIN CKOWM RYAN PFEIFFER
DelMonte Pantry
Georgia. case of rain, the award APPLE LEMONJUICE VIENNASAUSAGE SALAD

"Susannah," a spirited winning production will be CATSUP Tea Bags DRESSINGS
American folk opera, written held, Saturday, June 3, 8.30: NIRA1r M.c by Carlisle Floyd, artist-in- p.m.Father's. '
]eat .
12osJARS 2/l 89 49 Box 3/l
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Coffee $2 AY1 ..,.
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Ml HUM tillSalad Alka Seltzer : lice Tea Glasses 5/s1/ PANTRY PRIDE

SPRINGTIME Dressing 59* m mua to nni wi .11 _win.tm nil n L Hair Spray Double Beverage 4/S1/ i. ,

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BLUE CHP SPECIALS! PANTRY PRIDEPEAS Deolloralit 9 Hibachi '. $499 .,,

Fast Run Down Powerful II awl 16oz 3/l
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Contract Let By School Board On 9 Relocatable ClassroomsA

$133,421 contract to build school time next fall, will will be under cnii'-lnu-lion us (they are raised off the
nine relocatable classroomswas house sixth Jacksonville submitted confusion, architect Craig Keystone Heights builder the project.Three up
graders moved four of the soon us possible to meet u 110-\ ground.
almost or
awarded Triest from the identical bids on the Salley and the board agreed project.
school to would classrooms will be funded day deadline, according: to The classrooms set about
Newman have
Construction CompAny by the Starke, Southslde project, depending on choicesof that only the base bid be been by
Bradford County School elementary schools and Lawtey three alternatives bid with accepted to meet current the lower bidder if the board the state, said superintendent buildfi Krrifsl; It'lest t. the. three feet off (the ground on
Board in special session other four will be used and the for the base project. To solve the needs, and awarded the had chosen alternates to the Richard Jockel, noting that a lowest nl eight\ Inddeislioanl concrete! blocks are to be
MHMTilx'iltoliie Hall relocatable
( > if population
Thursday May 6 lower recent survey listed a need for
Five of the new wood-frame grade levels. I much additional space at the insisted at the!special meeting within (the schools shifts in the
and Newman that term be coined to future Life of the
elementary schools. ii new expectancy
classrooms to be finished by Construction Company of _6. The remaining classrooms IIl'l'ol'I'lbIhl'( slnict\nes\ structures is about 15-20
-- will be built with $411.664( in '"lheale tau mine iiiirtable, years and permanent
J -'\.1' IU'-; -0'-IO: _- a. loan monies left over from a luau a .hwk huiiie ol I the, same equivalent' buildings would
II! $975 bus-buying project that size" hall lonimi-iited( cost about twice as much,
DeWitt Jones ti e. '"' never happened $(i.4lfi in ""Ihev are cu lied thai because Sull'y said.
D ciI Local Capital ImprovementFunds

m Funeral Home ili .j tJ ,- interest, on and1.5511 the!SI I! i million; earned in Retrial I Granted In H

$ I construction! money waiting in

a Starke Phone 9646200Rental El I rr'i, i "I F :l NM'"y I I j. -l a two savings more account phases for of the building high [1).isHIIVeapons. Case H

J"M: : i. \I .: r. school.The remaining balance of tlru'lford( I'ireuit 'ourt onto prison grounds on Dec

Hospital Beds Walkers Wheel Chairs. & Crutches \,, .. ) ( about $10.01() could be paid .Judge II" Chen; granted! al'IJ'ial 21. l')7S\) According'! to the
Youth Tour from unbudgeted kinds the Alondilot) : iI i Florid) stale prosecution Mrs.
Keystone Heights county earned over State I'riMin' inm.ilc's'. tote Hruneuu worked with several
a 473-3176 Clay Electric Co-op's Youth Tour to Washington Contest winners with Zi-dra Hamilton expectations! this jour from an who. >\.is ntixicled lust t month other people to bring twosauodolf.
a Brooker, left, of increased enrollment of smuggling/ nlli's lot U prisongrounds :30 caliber
president of the
Co-op's board of trustees, l-r) Susan
F' are Yocum
JQEEE3DI: :::: : Ilarla Jean .
IIJD'DC.: : I Christopher, Briar Patray and Neil Stephenson The wIHld.f..al1lt.classrooms \ ( ( ( automatic rifles to her
A I l"i piiint 11I,1111I110" itln.il husband al KSP.
--. was presented b>' defensecilldincs
r ( Kick I'inkpr.! Two of the others involved
representing'' ViiiiKriineau.2ll.. \ weal to trial II ithIrs.: .
who had II'.1 beensenlencod Bruneau Her husband
ABOUT OUR loi the comiclmn.huljic ( Ronald Bruneau was
.' /( irifti; allllioal; live of acquitted nl charges and
Ilic points pi'esenlcd had merit James Simmons of
;old 1 sol (the i 1t'II'iall"I'I June 21. .Jacksonville' I who allegedly
adding that he'd prefer. 'Id Iron purchased and sawed one of
out possible, misnilinus on t the the guns\ III r. .received
'TrozenTood FAIR local level ,rather' I luau sending: immunity lor his testimony
the disc; to .ippc.iN i ourt\. mid t trial'Inmate 1 Daud Hicks:
Mrs |IlllIllI'all. a six monthlesidfiit and his girllnend. 'arol Kirby
< ol l I u\\)"'\ bHore her who testified of imnlvcmeiilin
Sale iiiii"-t. Luis! 'loiinil"gill lly April ) the attempt also received
SUPERMARKETS 22 ol liimi'iim Hie ucaponsLark immtinilv I front prosecution.

S N x SUPER DISCOUNT COUPON? CONSUMER CORNER we are pleased to accept of Quorum) Limits

f ANY SIZEDOZEN UH.T Ml"""UHPOOOCONV.Ne..CO.,.... .MOMV euv.'co., U.S.D.JL FOOD STAMP Itailord (:Council Session I
ON4.V.AND FtOUfllO YWMY ON IAN HOUND..... TMM AND TARTS WINBNTCOUNTO IC.MHUM Lurking; a 'It s a good\ report 't'hePitt'
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} ffTM TW COUPON mMTW MMM ON O.tTOMB WtO MAT ft.TNMUWIO <|iioium. tin..ii'til' (tin MX town s in line shape-. frippen
MODI rooo ODrR TOBACCOiwoouctt IBCIUOBD SCRATCH COOHINO' NRALLT PATS Off ON MM1O CHKKBN,TUMKBV MNNCNS, J council I I memlieis'' could do no said \ssisUinl auditor, John'
I mole than ie\ie tin ..11,1111rt'pOl..1 stormant' noted llhallhl' $">.::11:1! :
.e r E v.u I piesoiilod. ; ii'1 1I | I ret1'nuo'haruig! land biilance
neY1.PRNU oooD win.NAr=! TNNU wlD.SAY i. ura ou.Ntm Nast.Rullrla
CtipH-n I | Mondns inuht! 11a\ i ishort accounU'd lor most ol the
,anal iinollici.il sessionI 101\\11'1'0 hiidtiet. our I the scar
except for e<"|inl>' accrued
Bargains in Meat 1 I he 'I'oun ul Itailoid, ended' through!: building the* new town
(the "17.> I hscilcai; I I' atilt hall and lurnishmg: it.1'1'1'01 .
Jl.'l'l7) III assets. Hie )lepoit. .\ \al nl the audit is

........0.I ..... COMPARE ...... .. rW.... showed. tutu, ::0 i little 1 mure "expected ,II the next regular!
COMPAREUMNI .0..RNIY W to ; .. IrlCS. u.to 'than .Sam in' lie( hank when the limn) council! meeting. slated
lt' audit I'cuan, lat Sepieml tar .tune' !14iraml
M MCI I ". lltBnls. { Super 79"53C 10'
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Stew Beef ,11'138 (;
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ii uvi Mtmm cent MtfMMfim. lilt t .79C 10' i
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Chuck Pot Roast II 1 1NI 128 It. iNttl H'.n.' .. Bcn sn 2 Indictment
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Lamb Roast intieeil ltl" itiiln led' l h\ .1 I 1'iiadlonl:,
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s119 20' 'Ntln'It.1 It'h'u''I'dhllrll) \
Snapper Fillets Super Discount QUARTERS WITH BACKS @ \IIJII": \ tat tin ol' aTM
40 3 BREAST EveryDayLowPrice 6 lapi. allei, ai rest nn s7:iii bond hut
SCI tnaS 10l I .11 w'J WINGS NECKS GIBLET PKGS. I'll tar,I' .old glt>l I and a letuined<1 to (the Kiadloid
Dressed Whiting 59 FLORIDAnotnonNXluus Honda stall-. Prison'' inmate.i ( oiinlv .lad I less than I Iwo
SLICED QUARTERS \ '- milii led lot I u-i illtreeII.ill !
PREMIUM CENTER CUT BEEF week lall'I'I h"11 ""nllI.asevoked '
Perch Fillets 99C 20' GRADE OR 3g 01, I IRapt (' !liiMiluntarv sexual
Pork LoinCHOPS ,, 1I"ItI'IIIO'II'I u as balteiv, nt uirlIMIILMT( than
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BAPTIST CHURCH STREET _. _, .' r' ,.. ".. ,' ,., .. _
Rev.. O.D. Moore, interim

, f pastor.Sunday. School, 9:45-: : when need
Church Morning Worship 11 a.m., Children's Church There you us... even on Sunday

Worship Training,, 6:15 p.m.; Evening .
Monday Ladies Softball ... headaches don't know what it is!
7:30.: p.m., Pratt St. Park. pie- s ;; : :;:; to serve you because upset stomachs and day

Tuesday,: ; Bible Study, 10 ',,:
a.m. Men's Softball, 8:45: p.m. '
Westside Park. '::!: Our professional Eckerd pharmacists are thereto .rI .EU'f' .
Wednesday-Family Night '
6:30: ; Youth Choir Practice: I fill your prescriptions with hospital accuracy
7:30: ; Prayer Service, Adult
Choir, 8:30.Thursday: Ladies Softball at the lowest possible prices. So bring your t J "'' ,"r

practice, 5:30: p.m. 1 :, next prescription to Eckerd's, a name you can ;%
Friday Men's Softball : :;: fi"
game, 8:45: Westside Park. ';:., S :,; trust for quality service and low, low .prices irr

First Presbyterian Church
Church School 9:45: a.m., t
Morning Worship 11 a.m 'lV 1 t t. tt
.i ,
The Reverend William 0 .t: ;r .t:. ::i3.,.
McGill, executive i '"t rt = s
director of t' r
Gateway Hope Center in
Jacksonville will bring the I
message. 1.3 oz. IIII THREETYPES % BOTTLE OF 100
Choir practice Thursday, PINK OR LEMON



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p TRIAL SIZE-LIMIT 2 LIMIT ONE .;j; 32 OZ. REG 49rnarar.fanw
Sunday: 8:30 a.m. Holy 0
Eucharist, 9:45: a.m. Church
School, 11 a.m. Holy
Eucharist, 5 p.m. Junior '
E.Y.C. Meeting, and at 6:45:
p.m. Senior E.Y.C. Meeting. ..r 9736'2FOR
Monday: 2:30: p.m. Girl '"
Scout Troop No. 614. uMIT
Wednesday: 2:30: p.m. ti: ONE 1
Brownie Troop No. 311.

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Sunday: 9 a.m. Galaxy 12Oscillating LONG HANDLE SELF PIOPEUEi
Confirmation Class,
Sanctuary 9:45 a.m. Church :: FLORAL RAKE, ,
School for all ages, 11 a.m.
Morning Worship-Nursery PREVENTIVE '
Provided. 6 UMYF CB5000B I Ir
Snack Supper-Nancy Odom I
and Jane Watson, 6:30: p.m.
UMYF Meetings & SHARP Number 2150 r YOUR rr
Recreation. CHOICE 6 ..
Wednesday: 7:30: p.m 'CB TRANSCEIVER Reg. l'
Chancel Choir Rehearsal. : SOLID STATE 23 CHANNEL 5WCB f2 II" $ 8 8 REG. REG. 139.88 !;.;
Starke,Florida ,,,,.., i.t??, 4 OZw INCLUDED! 9999
?c.vvttoae REG139.95 PROCTOR SILEXELECTRIC Reg 999 tONE
Sunday: Sunday School 10 gFGpNDS 50 CATCHER . . 7SMC'W.
a.m., Morning Worship &
services for the Deaf 11 a.m., -- CRA2 MURA REG 1995 1 u \ 8
Training Union 6:30 p.m., ciANTENNA FT68 2 H.P. GASOLINE :'
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. JUICER
Wednesday: Mid Week 99 POWER EDGER
Prayer Service & Bible Study ,-
7:30: p.m. and Choir practiceat 88
8:15.: L.ft I 1 0 ALL METAL

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AWKi 1 1 pRRID D 60Z.\.H.MTON U REG. 13.99 / :' P

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Today, a "popinjay" is a con- 2 99. STRATTON .
ceited, empty-headed person, oryE, MOTOR
LIMIt 83SUPER REG. 10997 ;
but the word was originallythe 11 s
name for a parrot! P

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Words cannot express my III I = REG. 1.69WYLER'S I
appreciation to my family W LIMIT ONE 2480v 1;:;;
fnends and neighbors for their CCHAQ
many kind deeds flowers, cards / .
and phone calls during my II '
recent stay in the hospital. May b 0 LIMIT LEMONADE Crestline SP20
God bless all of
you. E1t4
ONE 2402, MIX

............................. .., ) BRM BAR-B-QUE PULSATING ol GAEG. .
appreciation Words cannot to express the entire my 7 J 123 Y'3: GRILL SPRINKLER 6.99 {
nursing staff of Bradford County ; A18R r
hospital for their kind and 88
courteous service during my KODAK TR1MLITE Reg. 36" $ 99 5
stay in the hospital. Also to Dr. ? 29 FULL OR PART CIRCLE-

Hernandez many C.L.thanks.Atkinson :, CAMERA OUTFIT JOSftAM 201 a. REG. B8' UP TO 75 FT 9570

............................ 8 02 LEMON ;:,;i,' MALTED MILK C
To all and friends,
our == FALLS . .
our deep appreciation and EVERYNIGHT j8Q SOUTH BEND. DAIWA OR MAJOR
thanks for all the wonderful end
kind deeds thoughts, and
prayers shown to us in the loss SHAMPOO

of thanks.our loved one.The Our family sincere of ,, REG'INCLUDES, 26,99 ,MEN'S LADIESZORRIES, ROD RIOT 99

............................. nil S FLIP I ; ON GREAT RODS. REG. TO 8.99:
.. FLASH & ." J .. .:::::J .I
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Jimmy loving Ross memory Freeman of of my Raiford son, 1 ONE ;_; 37 ".ji-;:,'

then, who left this world on :.: ..i:
Mother's Day May 13, 1973. He CERTROM-60 MINUTE :,, 1-POUND IPCO ,7
died a very tragic and useless
My son you did not have a

chance to bid your family. : ,,.,.,..: REG. 1,49 SANDALS cool. & MOTH COMBINATION
farewell or even say goodbye.You
it. rm sure God knew why. Son THREE SLING BACK Ills WITH POWERFUL CLAMP.
your memory is a keepsake of ::I Y
which I will never part. My heart SHEER O ( 6 INCH 9
still aches in loneliness, my eyes 0 'w 4 LESS STAIN69
shed many a tear.No one knows
but me how I miss you, when I KNEE-H! ..j KNIFE 8.
sit alone and cry for each year. LIMIT TWO SHEATH
Three years have passed, your PAK ?
voice is still, your place can NOSE OF 2 ;i : : :..:
never be filled, your lovely smileI r
I miss. I IMil always', remember
when some others have long TWICE THE PRINTS TWICE THE FILM

forgot. Love G.t an eatysAt\ 'of print with every roll of color or ,,,, When you pick up your developed film and prints b
film for
'i .,, + two rolls of Kodacolor or black and white tl
Mom Esther & Mary, Sister black andA\ ,kA film'' developed end printed. sf'r regular price of one. .TODAY AND EVERYDAY
Judy, Brother's Ronny & Bobby

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appreciation We would like to to express our many our REG. 99' "' PRICES GOOD ONf fU f(| WEEK! THURS.. MAY 13 THRU WED., MAY 19 SOMBITIMS

friends and relatives in the '
recent loss of our loved one. .iMUUKRtCMI UMITID
The prayers, visits, food .. '- f'-- sumnMADISON
flowers and especially thanksto

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Edward Caudle of Gainesville! and Pamela Thomson of Hawthorne were all dressed up I ISquare
and SOMEW: HERE to goin (he costume parade Melrose: Saturday.

Melrose 'SIIOOt Its Wad' dance group from Gainesville"do-sl-doed" the shade of a big
oak tree at Melrose celebration. rt '
i..r awJ .rs.,

In Bicentennial Fun Pest '

_a Audrey Mlms, Gwen Bachman, and Maude Watkins exchange notes In
front of the "oldest Woman's Club building in Florida"-constructed in
Cotton candy, square gospel singing, patriotic songs ii.P'p 1893.
dancing and gospel singing by the Bicentennial Chorus, Y
against a background of walking tours of historic
bunting and Colonial homes and gardens, and open
costumes combined last house in clubs and churches.

Saturday to give :Melrose its ff ag
most eventful day since the !Mrs, Ernest Bartlett, k
first settler straggled in"' chairman ofIelrose! Yr.xl;

around 1879. Y Bicentennial Committee,
deemed the day a fitting
With barbecue dinners at reward for months of effort

the school grounds. fish that went into preparations.
suppers at the fire house. Rr;
hamburgers and homemade The earliest settlement of UIJl1IAr1
'-e cream in between no one Melrose was known as .
went home hungry, though "Banana" and during last ;
more than a few had sore feet Saturday's festivities, the
Sandwiched in between all i name might well have been .
the edibles were parades changed to "Top Banana," for -i- -, ,!.... ..... .
horse racing square dancing Brent Baldwin won honors Melrose was. t- j.
for longest whiskers in the / _

beard contest. I. _

EDITOR I I I I UN 1e 1 f-r;\.1.1 I. !,:. \


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Mental Health Service

Peggy Scott present hostess of the former Judge Tolles home, Tour boolh-keeper Pat Coleman provides resting place for two tired
welcomes guests for a tour of the gardens. visitors from Starke, Almee and Julie Ferguson.'Activity' .
Available To All

Collins Addresses :

,n.May: has been proclaimed nationally as family counseling: :: liaison: with schools The Secret Pathology Group County Agents By -

Mental Health :Month making it consultation and education.CLINICAL ) .

appropriate to call attention to the Bernie Collins of Mrs. BobbyTaylor 1
PROGRAM I: After-care Of Aging Successfully son Notebook \
varied services offered by the Bradford- Gladys V. Collins of Starke,
Union Guidance Clinic, with which some service providing foHow-up therapy to recently addressed the 56th

readers might not be familiar. former hospital patients. By Gerl Parsons well-being, with a real sense annual meeting of the _.-RU:

for women, couples. Gerontology CoordinatorBU of self-worth and to enjoy the International Academy of
The clinic is ready to serve all residentsof Group therapy Guidance Clinic simple pleasures of life. Pathology in Boston.
relaxation\ training mixed groups. Your chance for some good justify this increase in interest
Bradford and Union Counties througha Some older adults need Collins, as a faculty strawberries for shortcake, and production of vegetablesin
comprehensive program designed to Psychological: and psychiatric Month.May is Out Mental Health special resources to enable member of a special course of jam or freezing is finally hereif that area.

offer a broad range of mental and evaluations. institutions government and them to live comfortably and the Academy, spoke on you have been waiting for
emotional health services society independently. An increasing techniques of diagnosing the fields to open for you-pick. There is also an increase in
Personal growth groups for the individuals concerned are becoming about number of these services and kidney disorders. Collins is a it. Most growers are lettingthe the size and number of
increasingly facilities have been graduate of the University of public into some or all of gardens or small vegetable
these services the of child
Through clinic helps tuition basis in areas the mental emotional and
public on a developed-but they are not Florida School of Chemistryand their fields now. Strawberriesfor farms through-out the county.We .
individuals become aware of their needs development and management physical health of persons yet widely available. Nor is is currently employedwith U-PICK-IT folks are need to have plans for this

and how best to meet those needs. The over 65. there enough public the Department of bigger and better this year produce when it is ready for
staff is committed to a concern for : Of the more than 20 million understanding and concernfor Immunopathology at than they have been for some harvest. We are hoping the
others by providing assistance of the counseling and consultation is availablevia Americans over age 65, most the needs and potentials of !Massachusetts General time.I farmers retail market will be

highest quality. a 24.hour phone service. Persons prefer to live in their own older adults. Hospital in Boston as have mentioned before one way that growers can

needing help may call the Starke office, homes or apartmetns, even if Our society's ultimate goal supervisor of the that production has been move might any have.extra While vegetablesthey ,at the

These are the services presently 964-8382, or Lake Butler office, 4962347. alone. Less than one out of should be to help the elderly Immunopathology laboratory. below our average. Looks like same time providing an

available to the Bradford Union Countyarea Walk.in crisis counseling is available at four shares a dwelling with an remain in their own homes, to now that most growers will economical source of
: both clinics during week-day office adult child and only 8 percent continue to be involved in life. finish the season with better vegetables for folks who can'tgrow
live in three-generation asking to be treated
Many are than average after all. Our their
hours. households. An estimated 90 to with dignity and respect. It is (!J(3'i(3OOJ11)Jlfll( ( ( ) weather of cool nights up into own.
ALCOHOLISM: PROGRAM: includes These services are preventive when 96 percent of our older consistent with our Judeo- !May has allowed strawberry
whether individual marital population live in the Christian of the worthof and VegetablesGo
counseling, efficient, and concept plants to continue to grow
facilities of the community, not in each human being. fruit. Two
family, or group: JVW0 produce growers
respectful of human dignity always.If institutions.As .
Antabuse program. Detoxification The elderly can lead told me earlier this week that On Sale

Center, and Halfway House. you are one of the fortunate who does a group, people over 65 relatively normal, fruitful, WIlliam Haas they berries were picking than more

not need any of the programs offered by are subject to many personaland and active As lives novelist in Paul the Veterans Service Officer| have all per year.acre now they Here Tuesday

CHILI) AND FAMILY CLINIC: the Guidance Clinic, chances are you environmental stresses- community. "The
and mental Green once wrote sun The long season with good
Counseling individual and group, for know some who might benefit by such physical Impairment, chronic illness, setting is no less beautiful production and prices will Bradford County vegetables

children and youth; play therapy and counseling or therapy. Nowduring the loss of spouse and peers, than the sun rising." The Veterans Administration probably cause more interest go on sale farmer's Tuesday,Retail May 18, at

youth "rap" Sessions Family guidance National Mental Health Weekwould bea lowered income, cessation of The Bradford-Union has announced a special and expansion of strawberry the Wholesale Vegetable Marketfor -
memorial and
through parent training, marital and good time to pass this information on. productivity Along with Guidance Clinic is one of marker will gravestone be provided to setting this fall. We should at three days each week for
loneliness, as their range of least double our acreage if
personal relations continually several agencies serving the families of deceased :Medal of plants are available at setting as long as adequate produce is
elderly in various ways. Honor winners as part of the available, according to
often in October.
narrows elderly persons time
Flo Sh Tim Country's Bicentennial Program market manager Bob Allen.
experience a sense
I iver o iv You might be wonderingwhy
diminished social status, a LETTERSSIMPLE
strawberry production is Market times are set for
sharp drop in self-esteem. The special marker will so important to us. For one Tuesdays and Thursdays 2-6

Residents of this area, as well as those department, for future employment.The Certainly there SOLUTION carry an enlarged representation thing, it puts a good bit of p.m. and Saturdays 9am. till4pm.
are many
from far.distant of the State will of the Medal of Honor in money into circulation in our Short market times
parts who well,
quality of the show has beendeveloped older people are Dear Editor: gold leaf on marble or granite area. 109: acres of during the week have been set
have an opportunity this weekend to continue to be active,
through extensive training in community I have been reading with headstones and in bronze on strawberries will cause about to benefit growers Allen said,
view one of the most outstanding flower participate the cast metal markers. The but the early Saturday time
over the years and constantly improvedby affairs and hold full or part- interest of the "gold $100,000 to be borrowed and or
shows staged in Florida annually.This words "Medal of Honor" will should be convenient for
in Fernandina invested into the This
entries in several public fairs time jobs. But many others, discovery crop.
Beach. also be highlighted by one of should produce at least consumers expecting to can
spectacular event is being stagedfor throughout the state, where the inmate though ambulatory live in these methods. crop 1.000 12 pint flats of and freeze vegetables over the
seclusion. The
the sixteenth year at the club house horticulturists frequently win awards. virtual visitors phone Were the renowned Greek strawberries that are worthat weekend.
rarely rings, no or mathmatician Archimedes, Present headstones and
across from the main entrance to Union invitations come. There is no alive today his services could gravemarkers wllbe\ ( this year's prices) Entering its third year, the

Correctional Institution near Kaiford. Since the program began 16 years ago incentive to action little well be utilized to determine replaced with the memorial 600000. produce market on north US-

Opening today (Thursday) the show will more than 200 inmates have been placedin motivation to stir. For the whether or not, the contents devices, only with the written This money is then spread to 301 gives local growers a
run through Saturday and should not be horticultural employment, and most fragile the truly physically contain brass or gold as he approval of the next of kin or the fertilizer, seed, and other chance to sell produce directlyto
housebound, life is a kind of did King Hiero's crown about the person listed on the ceme farmers supply dealers and the consumer at a price
missed by anyone within traveling of them have made a success. solitary confinement, 2225 years ago. tery's records. There will be what is left (if there is any) to below retail but above
distance. destructive to mental and no cost to the families for the the grower. Most! all of these wholesale. Growers
inmate horticulturists have That is, if he were afforded
Thirty-two physical health. memorial headstones or people then spend this money determine their own prices.
show will the resultsof access to a high school physicslab
The free display prepared 300 choice specimen plants for gravemarkers. with other businesses in our
months of work by inmates being the current show, and those who fail to The older person who ages for about 15 minutes to area. Produce expected for the
most successfully stays determine specific gravityof Relatives of deceased first sale next Tuesday
M.B. Jordan and
trained Stanley
by attend will miss one of the outstandingevents
the metals. The point I'm trying to include
active. Health experts find Medal of Honor winners who potatoes, squash
Crawford of the UCI horticulture of its kind in Florida.milijjiiip4. M.G. McMillan make is that 100 of
that such a person is likely to wish to have the present acres corn, onions, cucumbers,
stay healthy in both body and gravemarkers replaced with strawberries generates at tomatoes and greens. The
mind If encouraged to functionto Miss Myers Earns the memorial stone should least one-half million dollars market continued 6 8 weeks
the fullest extent possibleand contact the nearest Veterans that a lot of people benefit during 1975 and is expected to
_O aID4 { to remain in contact with Academic Honors Administration Office, or they from. It is a good crop for us last at least this long in 1976,
others. may write to The Director and I hope it continues to Alen..said.

National Cemetery Service, expand.
Aging is a normal MACON Ga. Patricia
r developmental phase of life. Myers of Starke has been Veterans Administration Speaking of expansion,
yC Grown children and all of us- named to the Wesleyan Washington, D.C. 20420. there has been an increase in
O o may bear in mind what College Student Recreation acreage of squash, pepper,
> "'r BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Isreal's former Premier Council honor roll for her stringbeans, cucumbers in the

rIo Publishers Golda Meir once remarked: Athletic accomplishments.Miss Brooker area, this year. Most
"Seventy is not a sin." Older Myers also receivedthe b( crops are looking food with
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla. adults like everyone else good sportsmanshipaward harvest beginning on

under Actor March 3. 1879.Subscription. thrive on the warmth of for basketball from stringbeans and cucumbers.
rate in trade area: 46 per year: $3.SO six. months. affection and respect. All members of the senior class The first American spelling Prices are low at this time but It's said that ancient Egyptians
Outside trade area: t7 per year: $4 00 six months. human beings-and certainly team. Miss Myers is the book was printed by Stephen indications are that they will kneaded clay with their
Phone 964 6305 Starke Fla. theelderly-are entitled to live daughter of Mr.and Mrs.John Day in Cambridge Massachusetts improve as harvest progress.I hands but dough with their
at a accent level of health and .IytJ'l1 of Xu; 'Ii.q: Lake. In the y". a<'r hope prices do improve to feet.Pagel6 .

13. 1918 TELEGRAPH Page 11

Pressure Continues To Reorganize Union County Volunteer Fire Dept.

Commissioners Union County structuring and operation of A more centralized location -Abolish the county fire In part it states that there determined if the road Is stop the dust problem. This effective October 1.Commissioners .
will take the County Fire Department. to be the main desire of will be no new construction of
under advisement the seems department, turning the private or not "in an orderly explanation apparently did voted' to
petition Six different proposals were Raiford area people. The of fire roads or streets to a house or manner"
submitted May 4 requesting responsibility fightingover not satisfy Mrs. Elixson as she allow A.G. Stanland of the
I a re-evaluation offered by the some 150 county present headquarters is less to the three mobile home in excess of 100 The second dispute told the board she wanted the Department of Community
of the citizens:: signing the than two miles from the yards. Deeds will be
petition.TheCHICK'N' municipalities together with required concerned property owned by road closed or moved off her Affairs to hire a full time
"" Columbia County line. Fire the state agencies of Union rather than right-of-way Mary Elixson in Worthington property. person beginning June 30 to.
r Chief Hon Prokop disagreedwith Correctional Institute easements which must be a Springs. She questioned the A section of an ordinance administer the
this proposal. He backed Reception and Medical Center minimum of 40 feet wide. county's right to pave a dealing with the Comprehensive Employment
his opinion with a chart and the two Florida Forestry Streets presented to the private road on her propertyup grandfathering In of general Training Act CETA( )
showing that the majority of Fire Control Districts board for maintenance after to another person's house contractors was amended to program.
$129 calls come from Worthington, operating in Union County. construction by private without consulting her first. extend the time limit to Stanland said his
Providence and south Lake Budget problems also face enterprise must have a six Commissioner D.E. September 30, 1976. All would guarantee agency Union
Butler. the County Fire Department. inch limerock base and be Woodington said the county contractors not County every penny of the
Other suggestions for the Chairman Gerald Griffis told blacktopped with asphalt II. has owned the road for years grandfathered in, by that date $45,101 due them for the
commissioners considerationwere Prokop that the department Two separate disputes over and he requested it covered to will require new licenses program.Household.
: had overspent its budget and land were tabled by the board
-Enter into a contract with he was not signing any more for further study.
r ti.x, .iSa the Department of Offender purchase orders without Wayne Carroll, attorney for
Rehabilitative Service to funds. Ted Waters, requested
114 furnish personnel around the "The department can get by commissioners to declare
clock for fire fighting on maintenance" responded ownership to an easement in Hotline.
services. The county would in Prokop "but the least the order to open a road that his ..
turn furnish Auxiliary Fire county can do is buy fuel for client needs to use for
Protection to Union our trucks." business.Joe HOUSEHOLD HOTLINE

Correctional Institute at "We warned everyone Stephenson believes the d by Becky Giebelg
Raiford and Reception and earlier we didn't have much road located west of Lake 1 } Your County Extension
Medical Center at Lake money, but the people didn't Butler is on his property and 1 Home Economics Agent
Butler. want their taxes raised now the county does not own the
-Distribute equally to the we have to live within the easement. :: Spring is here and so is the
KERNEL three organized Fire budget we built" Griffis said. Quoting from various cleaning and freezing season.
Departments and funds In relation to the matter of Florida statutes Carroll t Your Extension Office is the
allocated I by the county or money, commissioners later stated that when a road ( place to call if you have
SPECIAL received from state and voted to set the thermostats in constructed by a county has questions concerning food
federal revenue sources. the courthouse at 77 degrees in been maintained 1 continuously preservation or other home
-Supervise and assist the hopes of cutting down on the for four )cars then that related subjects.
2 Places Ol Chicken Corn Cobolla, Cole Slaw And Roll citizens of the Providencearea "outrageous utility bills: county has as easement to

to organize themselvesinto Due to the many reuucsU that road. Private individuals Some of our free services
KentuAy fried i Chicken a Providence CommunityFire for construction of roads for cannot possess public available to all Bradford
Control District, givingthe individual property owners property he added. County residents include:.
citizens of that area the and to prevent the county "11 county equipment comeson canning and freezing
Original Recipe & Crispy Reg. Fla. T.M. authority to assess and collect from competing with private my property it will never E .r bulletins the testing of your
taxes for fire protection for enterprise a resolution, leave commented pressure cooker gauge lettingyou
U.S. 301 South Starke Fla. 964-5126 that area rather than it being outlining road paving policy, Stephenson. Chairman Griffis borrow one of our
a burden on all residents of the was unanimously adopted by answered that the board does cookers for own
pressure your
Offer Good Through May 26, 1976 county. the board. not like threats and it will be use and free demonstrationson

.iacentennial Birthday Cake techniques canning when and freezing enough

1 tt'l a fart 0* Sttl E A.. LE Fourth graders Keith Washington left and Sherrl Norman people request this service.At .

I leosiosunm Ut MU T U01nusumnw BAN SAM ERtCARD present the Bicentennial cake prepared by Lawtey Elementary
this time we are
.e3iPeld//7a r/
64 .YRIf7 School cafeteria workers for the conclusion of a recent weeklong .
eui alit a IUMM Prh.l, Jr U..DJY',1 I'llNATIONAL observance of the nation's second birthday. Each student conducting a reupholstery
workshop. you see we can
at Lawley received a blte-sUed piece of the patriotic song-rest Friday afternoon. provide information on any
home-related subject. Contactme
at 964-6554 or at the

BRANDS SALE Donna Faxon Seeks Agricultural fairgrounds Building on weekdaysfrom on the

8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
State Senate Post

TAe mmes yn knew and trust *t tower Man -_tow. prices! Donna Faxon lifelong just many I'd a like people few to of ask share the this questions with time you of

T- Mi "*- resident of Bradford and
fYOU'D Alachua counties, has QUESTION : Must
declared her for
: '. candidacy '
'/ t1 vegetables be blanched before'
: w : TOP MAKER DRESS the Florida Senate District 5, j .
"lit.over ,.;':.-J T 14 freezing?
... TO SELLs now held by Sen. Bob !; ANSWER:.

: ,:%::... W .1 : FOR $10 TO '14 Saunders.Ms. Faxon a 31-year-old 4 essential for all vegetables
) green This
.....Ma'as school teacher has been except peppers.

-...'."...:N:::'IL........ W anE i I I'' 3-99 active in community politics scalding enzymes retards the agents the action which of
and to return
pledges about
-. bring undersirable
r,, SUPER low DISCOUNT mice government to the people and changes in flavor and texture.
TREATMENT Feeevt luvi it ti hill ti canEta i eliminate the influence of Blanching is done in either
zoo To a V '" al l'in thhl The biwll m nM special interests. She will wr I boiling water or steam. The-
oAiouNE WO 0 5AYE 1 trait far sty, conlttt, at fit. focus her energies on meeting boiling water method is
1 Cum inly,, for your tin 7241.m the citizens of all sixteen short convenient and very
12% counties of the district. recommended for home
44 use.
tm nx 36 N Currently serving as f
QUESTION: Why is the.

58e 3S1.OQ YEN'SFAYIT//TMLOOM I 'rtfy wise jIrl i president County Association of Ms.Education the Faxon Alachua is also 4 pressure recommended for cooker processing

DISCOUNT'.''CI Wassscou"r mice WAS!/>* DisceuNr mice was T-SHIRTS, RRIEFS, FIR. OF ITke I I I I'' MEN'S STILTON I low-acid vegetables?
vice-chairperson of the
fit It e confer! ut u HI tin 1 I .IIESS I.CII : pressure
US TRUTUEIT HELPS Awl?[ OVER SELFTICIFICA FAYOlS *000355! ;; Gainesville Planning Board canner gauge should be tested
inkEl. Sun S, M. L, IL
WAN NAn CARRRRETRRS.I iHH, it" vnw. JILT rmRFP SR4P, TIE Hill REANTT IMF, chairperson of the North before each canning season. A
Flllt OUNCES. RUKINR ippiit1TP I ill. EKH.UVI Central Florida PublicEmployee's #:;-
pressure canner or pressure
Coalition cooker is designed to heat
President of the Alachua t. foods at high temperatureunder
o Women's Political
County steam pressure. It must
Caucus and vice-chairperson
I ...Jar ol the Gainesville Housing Donna Faxon; be equipped with an
pressure gaugeor
'0_..... j Board. She is also a Leadership III Program. weight to register the
participant in the Gainesville Ms. Faxon attended amount of steam in
tluh w pressure
.I.I- : ? I Chamber of Commerce Gainesville High School the canner or cooker. The lid
VALUE PLUS! '4P received her A.A. degree from must lock or seal to preventthe
2.08 VALUE the University of Florida and escape of steam. The
her B.A. degree at Florida
Un266e Since portable gas and oil canner or cooker must have a
6.8819.88 suPeRtowvlscouNrmlee / : Atlantic University in 1968. safety valve and that can be
heaters UM e up oxygen as they She has taught in Alachua
/ opened or to permit
DISCOUNT' ICl WAStR* DISCOUNT mice WAS *.*, WPER lOW DISCOUNT mlf El's CARVAS USE SROES burn >ou must provide proper County for eight years and exhausting (venting). It must

01K1 PRESTRNI UTI- 7MI" REUU FURIO AIR PiSNRRTTRR IES FIN. IT WITH HRH-SUP tOUS.CiHM SAYE 11% SAME 1,00 ventilation when they are in currently teaches first grade have a rack to hold jars at
POWERFUL i< hMtrsofi. MKluiiuntiioli use at Stephen Foster Elementary least one-half inch off bottom
URUTRR FLRSR.! 12 '1. WITH WE Ml. MR1IR, RlinRPERAIIOR.. devil upiii. WMti 712. 6 S 8 6. School. canner. For processing jars of
N any kind of food not more
J.1 rw.t(01111 TELEPHONE PROBLEMS? than 10 pounds pressure is
MAPI/SCI Will MEN'S ASSIRTEI FUsRISkUKIR used. This pressure
fair shore--and have
a run wm SMI REUUECittos OUTER SRIRTtCnoKi I hove had my corresponds to 240 degrees,

+mnsttr Una. TNI* 14 umint. of itfis, Ittdci i at heard numerous complaints from othersI which" is much higher than the
Cow ukase 2M2. but for liluri rear. S.M.IJL I have no quarrel with the local boiling point of water 212:
degrees F. Foods in jars reach
_' personnel whose hands seem to be tied the high temperature of the
by the Policies & Procedures of the canner or cooker. An accurate

.. VALUE PLUS! I + Bonifay Headquarters. These people pressure guage is necessaryto
,! %= V t.- SAY? 2%._ get correct processing
retain all authority, over 200 miles temperature needed to

77 7.83.a 1.27.U SUPER .94 away, and are only interested. In their prevent spoilage of foods.

DISCOUNT PRICE WAS,$( problems--not yours.
a1NYEA3JICI PNRCELL Since these problems touch the lives of
irrmRR MRTRR WL rr. .... RR-UU LINEAR Fill SIFT, FLUFFY ARSIRIERT! Fettsre Feesdittoe wHe Hi arcs so many Bradford County Citizens I
RUTS PREVENT RISTIRR. ETRTUIE SIISIIIOTILlINL I RIR. 21...". ell UM. Slvilr iievn neperi. 7 It.FUMIS feel it my duty as a County Commissionerto
Paid for
,- make an effort to improve the
W Old Gold Jewelry
sm in
Nf w
alai : situation If you will put your complaintsin Dental Gold
and forward to I will
t f writing me, Sterling Silver Etc.

-.- ru_ rt 3. i personally present them to the Public Regardless of condition. Free
iJ ""ye 77C Service Commission. valuations' In your home.Immediate .
WASA'I payments.
leW WAS wy2 Ralph Bryan For Appointments writ
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12 T.LEGR/'P" May I:J,I97C

Brooker Superintendent Named To Head t

Seeking Expanding Prison At Lawtey

Deputy Wilson C. Bell, assistant underway to expand the work release program. James Institution as. Its assistant
chief of the superintendent.Bell
superintendent at Florida facility to major Institution
earned second
will 35, a
status for medium community center now,
Correctional Institution for and
BROOKER Initial to additional duties butdoesn'tknowwhaUheywill master's degree in social
steps have
Women at Lowell, will be security inmates. foundations of education witha
for be
obtain police protection
promoted effective May 28 to Capacity of the Lawtey
minor in administration at
the Brooker area were takenat at this time.Completion.
superintendent of the prison will be increased to 300
council new of the $2- the University of Florida in
Tuesday night's inmates
Lawtey Correctional triple its present
1970. He has now finished
meeting million-plus prison at Lawteyis
Institution. capacity. The new prison will
County Zoning Director expected in October. approximately two-thirds of
The employ some 100 and
Lawtey prison
facility persons
L.M. Games and Wayland R. Inmates will begin occupyingthe the course work required for
has been a bring $1 million income to the
Clifton Jr., of the North c vocational center community Lawtey community.The institution in August, his Ph. D. in adult education
operated an administration with a minorIn
Central Florida Regional inmate work-release institution will continueits Wainwright says.Bell's
Planning Council, outlined Construction is voactional) training and promotion was criminal justice at that
procedures to obtain funding e program. announced April 28 by DavidD. school.

through the CETA _,,, ,.yf > Bachman, assistant As superintendent of the
+ r xagyptest.ur q -
(Comprehensive Employment y. BHS Teacher :Fr.pag.el aboard secretary of operations for the Lawtey institution, Bell will
Training Act) program to pay Florida Department of be responsible for firing
the salary of a full time deputy 'Uri I has to reject a I reiterated its position that the Offender Rehabilitation additional staff to supervisethe
sheriff who would be assigned superintendent's recom vote violated three sections of (DOR) with the concurrenceof influx of inmates to be

to the Brooker area, but I 7 ,, g mendation, Wolbert stressed, the teacher contract: DOR Secretary Louis L. transferred there when
subject to call for other duly in J )+, : according to previous court Association and Teacher's Wainwright construction of new housingand

the county when needed. v .,M mr** **- -cases. Rights, Teacher Evaluation, A 1964 graduate of the support facilities is
CETA funds would also pay K ***.> ** Under questioning by board and Due Process. The BEA is University of Florida Bell complete.First .
for siren, radios, and needed i lM rk.iey : chairman Pat Spengler, consulting with its attorneysand earned his Master of Arts of three phases of
office space( but would not ? Francis said he had only one will exercise all options degree there in education and construction at the Lawtey
fund uniforms, weapons or a rm:'? aia ii g>ji By 's year's performance on whichto available to the association by political science in 1968, just prison Is a large building of

car, the council was told. . t .yY'7M nt !t..Y+.r....r-ti"1"' jCt Si x ihlAt lNI'R 1al1A n judge Vogeney and could the teacher's contract and by before beginning his career one-man cells with a June
GaineS and Clifton will meet only give a favorable existing law. with the Florida correctional completion date, now behind
with the Council again at its Glenda Sheffield, a Lake Butler kindergarten student, climbs the rails as part of the obstacle recommendation. Register, The association may ask fora system. schedule.
June meeting. at which time course race included In the Junior Olympics last Friday, when pressed, admitted he session of the full board to Starting as a classroom Second phase consists of
estimates will be prepared for gave Vogeney unfavorable reconsider the action taken by teacher at Florida State four dormitory buildings and
the amount of funds neededfor evaluations the previous two two of its members, the BEA Prison in 1968, Bell was utility buildings, including
the two-year program. 340T Part" Junior Olympics At Luke ButlerLAKE years."His. statement says. Furthermore, promoted to education lighting, perimeter fence, and
At the present time. performance at BMS the BEA states it will work to supervisor at the women's utilities, with an August 8
Brooker is without i police BL'TLER The r.a was very unsatisfactory," guarantee due process for all prison at Lowell in 1971. The completion date This phase is
protection. fourth annual All American .4-: : !' : Register said. members of the teacher's following year he was on schedule.
In other business, plans Junior Olympics at Lake Supt. Jockel said the bargaining unit. BEA promoted to education Third phase, a kitchen-
were made for a special Butler Elementary School recommendations came to expressed appreciation to supervisor at Union dining room and
service in June, dedicating an here involved about 430 him from the principals after Supt. Jockel for making the Correctional Institution at administration building has
old church bell, used at a kindergarten through third- r the April deadline by which initial recommendation of all Raiford. In 1973 Bell returnedto just started and has an
Seventh Day Adventist graders competing in track instructional personnel must teachers based on their Florida Correctional October completion date.
Church in Brooker in the early and field events consisting of 4 1 R 1r be law be notified of the status performance as competent I
1900s! The bell, which had obstacle course relavs. and for reappointment Therefore, instructors rather than a -
been locdttti at the old fire other timed events Jockel said, it was impossiblefor recommendation based on
statIOn, has been cleaned and The day began with a him to question the politics.The Now Open
mounted at the new city hall Parade of the Colonies in recommendation; his only two board members
and a bronze plaque installed which two students from each r choice at that point was to absent Monday, Rodney Hall I
in memory of the late Ke\ class dressed in period 'd present it to the board as and Art Holliday, were both
Stevenson one.time pastor of costumes!: and carried! flags to l recommended to him. out of town on business, Supt. r Fuquay
the church. Expenses of the t each of the 13 George Loper, chief Jockel said.

memorial were paid by colonies. Students were then negotiator for the bargainingteam In other action, the school
of the Bradford
relatives. turned out to the field area to "
Kenneth Tvuss. a new compete for awards which ; Educational Association, told boardDenied: by lack of a L Shell Service
discussedthe the board its action violates
resident of Brooker
were presented!: at 1 p in second to J.T Parrish's
need of recreation for the three sections of the teacher
Overall award winners were: ... motion, to extend the
..... y contract. The BEA, law, e.
young people of the 1st- : r f. by 435 Madison At Church Street
Standing Long Jump: contracts of three
'- --.ar" ; : .y a -1 of
: rv must defend member
and J.
community was given any
Gary- Croft. 2nd- Craig ,, ":. .. administrators- Duncan,
for him and his : : the instructional team it
permission "
3rd Adrain
Falstreau. Charles Hall and Joe Hull. Gas Lubrication
wife to supervise!: a dance for \\illiams. 4th.Ivory Warren. r represents. Loper said Jockel's I

school age boys and girls at Tugofar: 3rd \orman .. .. violoation of the contract Supt.recommendations made,
the community hall once a 1st grade. 2nd Griffis 2nd ,-_. '. would be followed by court Jockel said, upon request of Also Complete +
month The first dante will be action or a grievance filed. I
!grade: 1st. Wilson 3rd grade, wt.eK.d ,. ... t.:. the administrators on groundsit
: 7 : asked if board
held :May 28.Ir: Swiss is 4th Peterson Kindergarten Loper any
would prevent possible Auto And Truck
employed guard members could present Repair
as a security
King-Toss: 1st. Kim Jean after
Lake Butler student political maneuvering
kindergarten Lloyd lledman leeks the
Sunland CenterArson evidence of just cause. None I
al Training!
Gnffis. 2nd Timmy Hall, 3rd
best time while going through an obstacle course during the could. the superintendent's election (
'<".hu r.'l(1 l Thornton.Jeff mstead.. 4th Selena school's t'ourthnnual Junior Olympics Friday. Jockel pointed out several this fall. Other hold administratorsin I GamEr Diesel
the county continuing
I' times the board had to have
Hoop Roll.: 1st Jessie place Overall 3rd Grade contracts, but the policy of I
To Local Youth : John just cause, under Wolbert'sopinion Mechanic Duty
Smith 2nd Mark :Michael Driver Robert Kindergarten giving CC status to
'ear.uld \\annarnaker 3rd Troy' Michael Henderson, Scottie Woodall, to reject the
A 16' juvenile was Hampton George administrators was stoppedby
arrested '''rid.lY.101): 7. for Thrift. 4th Daniel Dukes Koscoe Simmons. Cindy McClellon Jerry Quiet the board last year on I
arson upon a vacant house on Obstacle Course: 1st :Mark Sack Rae1st: Craig 1st grade Efrem Bloom, best, Gaskins said, he recommendation of former Call964-5430 ,
north L'S-301 after both \\annamaker, 2nd Shaonda Kalstreauy 2nd Melinda Richie Parrish, Pat Brown, would recommend Vogeneyfor superintendent Jim Temple t CHG
Lawtey and Bradford CountyFire /Mien 3rd ken Smith 4th llanna. 3rd Kim Jones, 4th Brain Barton. 2nd grade reappointment on annual ,
)Departments failed\ to Billy Lennon Jimbo Croft Clarence Brown, Danny contract basis
extinguish the destructive V) Yard! Dash: 1st. Jasper Softball Throw:1st Jamie Griffis, Michael Varnes, Brad "How does a principal
flames. While 2nd Leroy Whitehead 2nd Curtis Elixson. 3rd grade Jasper recommend continuing ATTENTION: MOTHERS ,
Firefighters found the house Stout am ire. 3rd Kevin Thomas, 3rd Steve Foster, While, Roscoe Simmons, contract on the basis of one ( I.
engulfed in flames upon Simmons 4th Lynn Thomas 4th Sammy :McClcnton Michael George, Danna good"evaluation out of four or
five? Gaskins asked Francis :
arrival. \\ ht''lbolrroIbla : 1st 4 4 0 Yard Relay : BrownCouniv '
explained he had only the one 8x10

Commission i .(Frr.p."g.el,: ) year"I hope to go everyone, most of

i : . all the principals, see what
PreInventory for mass inoculation with purchase II, but Kelly was not kind of a boat we've got into j NATURAL COLOR
swine vaccine against the aware of the property did not with this thing," Gaskins
Asian flu epidemic expectedin belong to the restaurant,
stated. "Hopefully, it won'thappen
this county next winter.The Hardy said.NotIfied. again." Gaskins' PORTRAITONLY
= board received an offer from road department
motion passed 2.1 at that rl
the Alachua Medical employees that in the next six point, Mrs. Spengler
Association for the county to weeks or two months they will i LIMIT
be included in its plans. be paid by the hour, under dissenting."I would advise his PER FAMILY
-Read a letter in which rules of the U.S. Departmentof somewhere 00 GROUTS
All employment in $
Nursery state Sen. Bob Saunders Labor, rather than straight the system,"attorney Wolbert UP TO 4 "
expressed his concern about a time as at present. Pay levels, told the board at that .
bill to turn some 51 miles of fringe benefits, and vacations Gaskins said he knew PER SI I 00 EXTRA f

Jr Stock % present state primary roads would remain the same, but Vogeney had to be employed. PLUS 50 CENTS FILM CHARGE PERSON
l. back to secondary status. The the county will no longer haveto Jockel then recommended J
m board took no action saying it pay emplyoyees when
Your didn't know what could be inclement weather prohibits Vogeney be appointed on Scenic Backgrounds
annual contract, which the MALLARDS
: 5 & 10
Choice ruFF done.Approved deletion of a list work because or equipment if they can't is down.work board Stating approved.Gaskins did not Available

of items from county property provide valid reasons to Keystone Thurs May 13 10:00: To 5:00: '

records. UC School . support his position, the BEAin Poses Our Selection J'
BI."W\\\ BACCTO V\as told by' attorney
; a statement released Starke Fri. May 14 10:00 To
: 5:00S50000
Kow !Hardy that the county and Tax From Pagel) Wednesday morning : '
POTTING Collector J.1t. Kelly ar> being agreed to present his choice ofa I I
Brand 'f : jointly sued! for $650 after new head football coach to .,
... ..... Kelly sold equipment from the the board before hiring, I
Composted ...i': IU SOILSterilized Longhorn Restaurant lor back although no special meetingfor .
MANURE taxes The equipment the presentation was set
Weed Free belonged to a Jacksonvillefirm The next regular meeting of (
Weed which had an option to the board is set for June 8,
50 Lb Free$249 50 Lb Bag $329 four days after school is out
Reg Reg $3'. Tpiu'lier [(Ilk 11 Three of the five assistant

(From Page I) coaches at UHS have not been
recommended for renewal of
notes that teachers are not contract next year. Terry t
paid for these Stroemer now completeing
Retains his third year with the school
Moisture DUST Sick leave bank for has applied for the head
f extended or prolonged Illness. coaching position but has not REWARDO

@ Retards \!,,\..O\) 1 Controls adjustments."We-Supplemental. salary been offered a contract for (,
Weed Many next year. Another third-year
-- anticipate a coach, Vernon Turner
3 Won Blow ....... Insect Pests continued good relationship also been left off the list of
Away between administration and recommended returnees. Carl
I --- our association and look
4 Lb Bag Drake, who received no
$199 forward to continued good for
supplement coaching
$129 "
3 Cu Ft. Bag Jl 13400r faith"It bargaining.should be possible BEA says.to duties during 1975 season, was I

Get The Best Service: without the reach end an having of agreement I he school to 'S use before year the not Yanossy Coaches teaching recommended are Thomas contract.on for and continuing renewalof Frank! STAN'S BOOTERY will pay 9 U U

impasse machinery contract as teachers

r. \ Trade With Us ,------ for information leading to the arrest and convictionof

;1 J We II Take Any Old Mower/ in trade,

N .i : Regardless Of Condition On Any New SOCIAL SECURITY the who
Walk or Ride, Mower BENEFITSTo person or persons have damaged or who :

.. TORO 19 & 21'Mowers Cut assist in meeting death expenses there Is do damage to any of the signs which are locatedat

\1 $14995 a lump sum benefit, in practically all cases where
Push or Self. the deceased was covered by Soc al Security

Manual or Elect Start This amount. $255.00, can be paid to the qualified the store on Call Street in Starke Florida

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LB Tigers Play In St. Cloud Today '

For Class 2A State Baseball TitleWILDWOOD

Bill Hemme with a towering homer over as Fred Clemons took first. we showed our class by coach Stroemer admits,
will seek his 21st victory of the the centerfield fence to tie the Clemons then stole second and coming out from behind. Catcher Clemons is
season as he throws for the game 44.Tigers made it to third as Jimmy We've maintained classy ball recovering from an injury
Tigers in semifinal play of the lost in efforts to Mobley grounded out. all year, but it really showed sustained early in the week,
class 2A state baseball avoid extra innings when Whitehead was hit by a pitch that night," he said. and first baseman Gerry
tournament this afternoon Chris Lawson was hit by a and Hazen walked to lead the Hemme, a junior, has White went into the hospital
(Thursday, May 13)) in St. pitched ball with the bases bases. Esford then drew pitched 143 innings this Monday with tonsillitis.
Cloud against Century, a loaded. The plate ump called another walk to send demons season lie has maintained "They're going to play. It
panhandle team the event a foul, saying home with the winning run. winning records with the means a lot to them, and they
Harold Esford walked with Lawson was crowding the "It was one of the best high Tigers for three years, won't miss this game," said
the bases loaded in the eighth plate and didn't try hard school games I've ever seen," recording a 2-1 season in his Stroemer, who was not on the
inning Friday night so that the enough to get out of said coach Stroemer. freshman year and a 6-2 superintendent's list of
Union County Tigers could In the bottom of the eight, "Hemme didn't impress season as a sophomore.Lake teachers for rehiring
walk away with the Region 2- David Powell led off with a anyone down there, except to Butler enters the state presented to the school board
AA championship 5-4, over the walk but was forced at second show he's a gutsy pitcher. But competition a little weak last month.

.:.. ... .' home town Wildwood Wilcats.
;).. .....
"!,. ':;!I Danny Hazen's home run BHS Girl Runners Place Fifth
_v ., with two out in the seventh
kept the Tigers alive.
Dirt files all riders take the first crucial turn of the race a hairpin curve off the logging road Into I
the woods,where riders met mud and bugs. Fortunately, the snakes all stayed home and missed the Century enters the state

semifinals record, facing with a the 17-7 season Union In Regional, 5 Going To StateRhonda

event.Riders County 18-4 season. Tigers -
Fight LB ForestIn sacrificed three of those lossesto One freshman and four having the experience as a 12 teams participating in the Bishop Moore and Buchholz.
the P.K. Yonge squad they sophomore lady Bradford freshman and sophomore will regional meet, pulling in a events begin at :3 p.m.
topped in district play to get to County tracksters are headedfor be great," she said. total of 30 pOints North at the University of Florida
EnduroRAIFORD regional play state competition As a team, the BUS Marion won high honors of the track and running events startat
Motorcycle "Sounds like the (Century) Saturday, May 15 at the tracksters placed fifth among day, followed by Eastside. 4:30.:
,., are the same kind of team we University of (Florida oval in
are. They have a decent Gainesville after proving their
The whine of Riders were signaled to the Bradenton, Rex Knowles of pitcher with good control and worth at the regional meet 1- I 35 Tiger
racing motocycles prevailedon start five at a time, and were Brooksville and Warren they like to run. It should be a last weekend.
the roads and in the woods
individually timed to Ramsey of Venice. "
good game, forecast Union Cindy Griffith placed
near here Sunday morning as determine the winner. Goal of Class B winners in the 200cc County coach Terrv Stroemer highest of the five girls, FootballersTurn
236 riders treaded miles of
71 the competition was to retainan cycle competition were Lee The Tigers played catch-up earning a place in state
the first Polish Pathfinders average speed of 24 mph lleroux of Miami, Nick
ball last Friday against competition, pacing out a 2:33:
Enduro over the course, which Christie of Lake City and John Wildwood, facing a 3-0 deficit time in the 880 yard distancerun Out
Cyclists from all over "sounds easy, but gets tough White of Miami. after the first four Innings for second place at
Florida, Alabama, and when you're bogged down in a Beginners, the C class, were Biggest battle was getting regional. Cindy, a freshman,
Georiga came to ride the mud hole," Thornton said. No led by Kevin Stevens of West around Wildwood's "super" pulled out of hurdle trainingthe Thirty-five footballers,
rugged course, set through a one finished with a perfect Palm Beach. Frank lefthanded pitcher, who past few weeks to improveher including 14 lettermen turnedout
quarter of a million acres of time, as the fastest rider lost Shanaberger and Bruce finished the night with a four distance time, a tactic I for spring drills which)
timber land owned by Owen- 19 minutes to the course. Peareault of Sarasota took hitter and 15 strikeouts in the which worked to her favor began May :3 at Union' High
Illinois Corporation Arthur Spencer of Tampa second and third places and loss coach Melba Howard said. School under Coach Jimmy
according to promoter Jimmy earned the highest points for Larry Dudley earned top Linda Richardson pulledinto Thomas.
Neal Thornton, who designedthe riding the course following by honors in the small bike "He just got tired late in the third place in the mile run > > Right now. we're staying
course during the past two Earl West and Ken Kelon of category. game and couldn't find the with a time of 5:56: to prove rr basically with w hat we have."
months. Fort Lauderdale and John Senior riders over age 40 plate," coach Stroemer said. her status among the top coach Thomas says, meaningthe
Mann of Stuart.Experienced earning top honors were sixteen in the state in her wishbone offense with
Only one injury was Charles Wicker of Tallahasseeand Tiger ace pitcher Bill event. which graduating
reported for the enduro, which riders were set Jim Mine of Bradenton. Hemme found the plate with The top four from each of quarterback Danny Hagen
lasted an average of about 3.5 into a separate class A 200 Several women participatedin his best curve ball early in the four regions meet this directed the Tig'r'griddersinto
hours, as riders from all age and winners were Jim Wood of the race, top rider plaques game, Stroemer said but had weekend in Gainesville to vie the state play-offs the
groups traveled logging Gainesville, Paul Buxe of going to Rhonda Andrews and to give up the curve for the for state honors. Linda ran her past two seasons Senior
roads, fire lanes, jeep trails West Palm Beach and Ed her mother, Pat, both from home plate umpire, who kept best race of the season from a \ letterman Paul White will he-
swamps and short distances of Adkins or Orlando. A-125 Tallahassee, in the Powder calling them balls. Hemme strategy standpoint coach filling the signal calling slot
paved roads. winners were Don Thrasher of Puff category finished the game with seven Howard said. during spring drills and has
"' ."--:1: 10 "'. !MimJi! 1IIP / w=lrl -I.rev .. --... hits and four strikeouts to singof Laura Chase took fourth in 2'SWayne the inside track for Ihe
his 20th win of the > M
season starting job next season.
the 440 yard run to barely earn
and his 199th strikeout. Coaches are trying to get
her place among state
Behind 3-0, the Tigers begana competitors. Laura will be Berry Signs Grant players into the positions for
comeback in the bottom of next season
working hard this week to
the fourth three Thomas
by taking said.
regain better times she has
runs. shown earlier in the season, Rig Wayne Berry, fixture on the Bradford High basketball Two players tight end
Tim Whitehead started the., Tach! 'Howard saidr Laura' court for the past three years, inks a c iUrge round ball David Powell and defensive
action with a one-out walk and clocked a 64.1 second run in scholarship with Valencia Community College at Orlando as tackle Jeff Sunder' came out
Danny Hazen followed with a the regional meet. (/'clachlike: Sexton looks on. lor football this week after
base on an error. Esford Jo Alice Goodman took thirdin Berry 6-1 and 200 pounds averaged 17 points and 12 rebounds track ended Thomas said.
cleared a line drive double the shot put with a throw of per game while placing his senior year as the KIIS fi\e's big :Several; more are expectednext
down the third base line to 3.T7.5" and will be joined at Inside man. week after state baseball
score both Whitehead and state competition by fourth Berry hit 5:1: percent of his shots from the floor the 22-S KIIS play-olfs end.Experienced.
: r Hazen. An error on the relay placer !Mary\ berry, who season He was named first tt'amIIar'a by the GainesvilleSun players
,+(, l "y e.y e.Prt.r"- '. irrE'a rM ,rte W allowed Esford to take third, distanced the shot put 33'6.5". and all-tournament in the Ocala Christmas toiiranment. returning for another seasonat
where Toby Dillow took over Both distances were the bestso In his three years as a letterman Kerry scored a total. of. Jill I'HS include monster man
Rex Knowles of Brooksville finds that the only way to slop when entering the pit stop going full to run for home as Hemme far this season for the girls points, pulled down 331 rebounds, and has 223 assists. More: than Glen Kemp \1 ho1111 be
speed Is to"lay it down" and gel out of the way He was not hurt,i>r so it seemed when he rose with a singled to leit field. the coach commented. Mary half of the assists, 127 came his senior season playing inside. starting his fourth year

sheepish grin and started on his way again. In the fifth inning, the also placed fifth in the discus Kerry was a forward the first two years he lettered when the linebackers Dean Dukes and
Tigers decided to play tight throw, good enough for points high post was held bv his brotheronnie\ Set'IIho is now ill Cedric tackles! Warren defensive
Hnseliall but "not good enough for Georgia Tech mi a football scholarship. Darrell Williams.
Camp defense, Mobley throwing outa
second state." Kerry is the second BITS athlete to sign a college grant this Leon Alexander and ..pelfSynder
runner a t home in the tight ends David
"I'm really excited about ,ear.
half of a double-play.
ApplicationsAccepted t However, Union County also taking five of the girls to The first was Tommy Edwards: a fit 220-pound offensive Powell and nlnn.Ionns,
WE REBUILD lost a run in the fifth as state," said coach Howard of tackle on the KIIS CtM.tballh'llm for the past three "(':1'1011'1ho running hacks Sam Jackson
Beilig Whitehead stumbled on third her first-year-team. "If they signed a few weeks ago with the I'imerMtv of North Alabama.: and Michael: Dukes safety
Starters Generators base on his way to an all score high, we could also ,\ third athlete, :Milton Baker, who is outstanding in both Alfred Holmes, defensive end
Applications are now being ordinarily run. place high as a team, but just basketball and track, is talking with several colleges about a William Warren, quarterbackPaul
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Alternaters accepted for the 1976 Little ombmation track and basketball grant. hitI. and center "'n'Cit'mnn"
*< 4< * ('\
Baseball Official
League Wildwood regained the lead
Summer Camp which opens in 4-3 in the top of the seventh Sign above a secretary'sdesk ,
for cars, trucks, heavy equipment you name it. St. June 20.
j Petersburg when shortstop Keith Jones : "Can an office that
Boys age 9-15 are eligible for smashed of hires Scrimmage Unimpressive
B&M his 11th home run no bachelors be ,
the camp, in which ball the considered
season. an equal-
will learn basic
players The Tigers didn't lose faith, t'mployer'Emmett ?"
Starter & Generator
fundamentals,and play a game however, even after two outs Watson in But Team Has ImprovedDespite
each day develop in the bottom of the seventh as Seattle 'Post-
649 North Temple Ave. personal Hazen came out of a 1-2 count Intelligencer"
In Back of Greyhound Bus Station Three sessions are .. ., an initial night Allan :Norman: has! looked pin the annual Varsity ,
scheduled to begin June 20, .- --I ......." ""' .., that didn'timpress 's
scrimmage good as areceivera showing In Seniors
game is set. The
Operated by Ed Green July 4. and July 18. For more \ coaches. Tornado can catch the hall in a crowd seniors usually! win. V trsitv
information, write Little
footballers have ,
improved Side receiver .l.ickson! quarterback this will beKichard
League Baseball, P.O. Box Head Coucd David Prevail still with
nfA' says is out a !
Ltishlcy. idl'l't''I't'r
a \\
4.29 Stchg S-tJ 13: )i6. St. Petersburg, FL. Hurse shoulder,
separated on last season's BUS
33733 or call 8133442661. "The scrimmage we had but should bo
ready to go eleven lull who has played atIIlIll'tt'I'IMl'k
11 last Friday night was not one sometime next week | before.
of our better practices," "Belorc the spring is over The .nnhoree|; 'lor BUS will
.tv Coach llurse says. "We've we'll be much smoother in IK- :May JH/ nl Florida Field iniiiuiesillo
looked better However, we executing the Houston \eer." < BUS will meet
Mama Louisa'sRestaurant have shown good coach I purse siiys. pointing out (tiii; u'SVilIeIIughandSanta Fe
improvement this spring, both" that is the/ same offense I the High Teams.. play one quarterof
offensively and defensively. Tornadoes used in 1!)<>H.NeM ( loot hull against ii different

The defensive secondaryalso Thul'sdI1,1): 21. atI/ opH| >ncntBaIfcr9s
has shown good
improvement overall, Hurse
notes 6-4 High Juinp

"Offensively, even thoughwe

For The Best In Home Cooking we did have not look shown good Friday good, Secolllll" State 3A Meet I

improvement over all," Coach
t Hurse says. ns, running backs :Milton Bukcr is the state's Howard !said. His next jumpwas
DAILY a continue to be impressive, second best high jumper, or at sacrificed to regaining his
least t that's what the results composure, since the fall was
llurse showing good
says showed after the state AAA- counted as an official jump,
Home Cooked LunchSPECIALS and depth.running Fullback backs Jimmy Kenny Clark ,\,\Atrack meet at narrowing Baker's chances of

Aycox and Andrew Carter all Showalter Field near Orlando clearing the high bar in two
l look good and are last weekend. IIl1empts During the second
Only I50Fresh demonstrating a lot of power, Baker jumped W4" for iittempt. Baker toppled the
the coach !second place, beaten by a 6'8"jump
says. bar.I
Sam Bennett and Dean administered by a I should have required himto
Brown also! have looked goodat senior jumper from Cocoa wear that shoe," said coarh
Perch Fri. $225 Andrews II. gels! started' on the second half of the running back this week. Beach Richard Crane. I Howard, who fully anticipated
Evenings grueling course, joining three of her family member in the Hurse says. Crane's fi-8 leap set a new Baker's emergence as a state
competition. Rhonda a Tallahassee rider, has been handlingthe Quarterback Jimmy record, breaking Ihe 12-ear- winner.
bike since the was ID.Jke Prevail has looked good old 6-61a" mark set by Rick Baker also jumped 6'4" in
SUNDAY NOON SPECIALS $275 throwing the ball this week Gallaway of Eau; Gallic in regional competition April 30,

and is much smoother w i ith the 1964 taking second seat behind the
Call Ahead For Take Out Orders option. llurse says. "I feel poor coaching might same Cocoa Beach jumper
eJLot "ArlI have had its influence on who took the state title. Baker
: Sophomore quarterback
DarLing said coach Grover
Jeffrey :Norman: also him. jumped 6-7 during the season
continues to show Howardho expected Bakerto but failed to match that effort
! l K I ; 1 improvement.Coach at least match his prior in the region or state meets.
I Dog Grooming & jumps of 6'8" in state

JI y Bathing :Mike Sexton said competition. Coach Howarddid Baker has been offered a
t A FREE TO EVERYONE Tuesday that defensive tackle not require Baker to weara full scholarship from Western
All Breeds Dennis Brown, linebacker Lee special jumping shoe with a Carolina University in North
I \ Casey, and middle guard heel spike which would have Caroline, and the school will
SMI\\ 404 W Madison St. Starke Kenneth Cruger have shown preventer1 Baker's fall earlyin allow Baker to compete in

I Nosed Sun. 8 Mon good improvement this spring the competition. both basketball and track, his
Call For Appointment due to the new ly installed veer On his first 6'6" jump two outstanding sports,
I 1 1900 N. Temple Ave Ph 964-6784 (Next To Plggly Wiggly option offense, Hurse says, Baker slipped on his left foot Howard said. Other schoolsare
I 964-5221 3.8 -8.0 but added this is the usual waya coming out of the spring and talking scholarships at
1i i I! team develops "fell completely down," coach this time also.t .

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TELEGRAPH May 13,1976

. ... LEGALS........ LEGALS ....... LEGALS ...... ........... ----- Hampton Hi-Litcs ---- by Phone Dolores 4R8-1SI5 Meng

Baldree Arthur Bruno four
reporterof Congratulations spent
TAX DEED REGISTER certificate numbers and of are Mrs. Williams and Mrs.
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL years 4-H news, informs us that extended to Walter and recent days in Orlando
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Peggy The arrivedat
FICTITIOUS NAME issuance, the description of the Alderman. group
Hampton Club met Rhoden who celebrated for the State
their preparing
that T.W. TATUM the holder of World about 9am.
Pursuant to Section 866.09 property, and the names In Disney
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.IN Monday, May 3 at the 16th examination for realtor'slicense.
the following certificates has wedding anniversary on until 8
Florida Statutes, notice Is here- which it was assessed are as and stayed
filed said certificates for a tax Hampton Elementary School. May 7.Happy. Bicentennial Parade
by given that the undersigned follows:
RE: The Marriage of VIVIAN 4-H Camp was the of Mr. and
principal to Recent visitors
deed to be issued thereon The Carolyn and Kenneth Flint, Rt. Certificate No. 62; Year of Birthday Tammy consisting of historic floats ,
DELORIS McRAE item of business Mr.
discussed who celebrated Mrs. J.G. Adkins were
certificate numbers and years of 2, Box 68 R, Starke, Florida Issuance 1974.Description Peeples her lifelike characters and music \
Wife/Petitioner, and LYNN and refreshments were served 8th birthday on May 6 with and Mrs. J.H. Voss of Seattle,
Issuance, the description of the the alone.
32091, and Lenorah and Emmett of Property: W% was worth trip
WILLIAM McRAE by Mrs. Harold Waters. family and friends. Wash. who stayed about one
property, and the names in Craig, Rt. 2, Box 68 R, Starke, of Lots 1 & 2 BIX 17 Ex N 5' & Mrs. Tammy is Everyone who went wishes to I
Husband/Respondent. Josephine Fontaine a good student in the 1st week. Mr. and Mrs. P.L.
which is was assessed are as Florida 3091: doing business W ft of Lots 1 & 2 Blk 18 L.T. gradeat thank Mrs. Mary Burton for
reports a good attendance Morris Jr. of Macclenny were
at Hampton .
follows: under the firm of "C & F Elementary.Bruce efficient driving and
name Co. s/D Sec 28, Twp 6-S, R-22. her
NOTICE SUIT- Friday evening Maxwell of also of the Adkins. Mrs.
meeting of Rifle guests
Certificate No. 11. this
East Name in which helpfulness during trip.
: LYNN WILLIAM McRAE : the Hampton Senior Citizens Colo spent part of last week Voss and Mrs. Morris are
Year of Issuance 1974.
: Street, Starke, Bradford Arron H. Holley.All Mrs. Jean Clark's first and
Address unknown Club. Several with his father Bill Maxwell sisters of Clarice Adkins and
Description of WJ4 guests were in ,
Property: County, Florida, intends to second graders have been
of Lot 53 in Woodlawn Sec. 15, register said fictitious name of said property being in attendance who enjoyed the who underwent surgery on Fort to visit their brother in making an extensive study of
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a games fun and refreshments May 10 at Gainesville North Pierce.
Twp. 5-S, R-22. under the provisions of aforesaid The hall bulletin
the County of Bradford, State of insects.
Name in which assessed Petition for Dissolution of along with the regular Florida Regional Hospital. Mother's Day callers of Mr.
: statute. board carries a detailed
Marriage has been filed againstyou Florida. members. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wasdm and Mrs. Adkins were Mr. and

MADELINE All EDWARDS. Carolyn and Kenneth Flint and and there is a demand in the Unless/ such certificate or ........ .... ...... .... .. .... spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard and picture of the various stagesof
of said
property being norah and Emmett Craig, Joint the moth and butterfly.
certificates shall be redeemed
Petition that the Court award Mrs. Maxwell. and
All the Guy
daughter, Toye,
the County of Bradford State of
all the books
owners. according to law the After studying
that certain owned property and
property by LEGALS community prays for Mr.Maxwell's Beverly Padgett Mr.
Florida. Dated this 19th day of April locate the
end wife described in such certificate or and they can on subjectof
you your as tenants by recovery.Mrs. Mrs. Joel Smith and Mr.
Unless such certificate or A.D. 1976 et Starke Florida. insects children
certificates will be sold to the the have
the entirety, located at Bradford Leo Wiggins was a Mrs. Michael Adkins of
certificatas shall be redeemed 4/22 4tp 5/13 County Florida, and more highest bidder at the court 1976. recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Fred been bringing in moths,
according to law the property --------------
particularly described as: house door on the 8th day of George Williams. Mr. and Albrecht of Miami visited the cocoons butterflies and ants.
described in such certificate
certificatas will be sold to the or INVITATION TO BID June, 1976. By Gilbert S. Brown Clerk of Mrs. Doug Davis and son of Adkins May 10. Mrs. Albrechtis They enjoyed the films they

highest bidder at the court Sealed bids and/or quotationswill A parcel of land containing 3.5 Dated this 5th day of May, Circuit Court of Bradford Holly Hill spent Sunday with a former resident of were shown describing the

house door on the 18th day of be received in the office of acres, lying in the SW /4of SE 1976. County, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Williams.We Hampton and enjoyed visitingher lives of various insects from

May 1976. the Administrator, Bradford 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 28, 5/13 4tchg 6/3 are happy to report that daughter Mrs. Hazel the egg stage thru maturity.The .

Dated this 14th day of April, County Hospital, 922 East Call Township 5 South Range 22 By Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk of Joe Oliver who occupies Room Starr, and Mr. and Mrs. first second and third

1976 Street P.O. Box 1060, Starke, East, Bradford County, Florida; Circuit Court of Bradford ---------- -- 257 at Gainesville's Veterans Clifford Rhames. graders were happy on

Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Florida 32091 until 5:00: P.M., said parcel being more County, Florida. Hospital is making Charles Prevatt of New Monday to be visited by Mrs.
1976 for the particularly described as follows 5/13 4tchg 6/3 NOTICEOFAPPLICATION Snyder who wrote some of the
by Beulah M. Moody May 20, furnishing : satisfactory recovery. Jimmy Mother's Day
Clerk of Circuit Court following supplies and/or services FOR Gehron their grandson from weekend with his mother, reading books they have been

Bradford County, Florida f.o.b. the Bradford Commence at the Northeast "IN--THE-CIRCUIT----COURT- TAX DEED Fort Lauderdale is staying Mrs. J.B. Prevatt. and sister using. Thev were interested to

4/22 4tchg 5/13 County Hospital: corner of said SW 1/40f SE 1/4 with Mrs. Oliver during Mr. Marcelline and family. learn that the characters
.. .... ...................... Bread and rolls of NW 1/4 for point of FLORIDA IN AND FOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Oliver's hospitalization. Charles returned to New York mentioned in these books were
Mlk & Ice Cream'Ews beginning, and run West, along that Steve Bires & Warren Mrs. Joe Riddick Monday afternoon.Pat taken from boys and girls
OF APPLICATIONFOR BRADFORD COUNTY Hunnicut Jr. the holder of the living in Texas and of
NOTICE the Northerly boundary thereof, accompained the Bradford Reed made a Mother'sDay
TAX DEED Laundry & Unen a distance of 280.81 feet; thence ACTION following certificates has filed High School Band on their visit to Mrs. F.C Reed. He approximate age level as '

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Fuel OilPharmacy South, a distance of 590 feet; CIVIL said certificates for a tax deed to competition trip to Fort came from Fort Knox, Ky., themselves.

that T.W. TATUM the holder of & Drugs thence East a distance of 134.76 be issued thereon. The Walton Beach, May 6 through where he recently completeda
the following certificates has Insurance feet to the Westerly boundary of Case No. 75126IN certificate numbers and years of May 8, when the band seven-week course with the nn"IENIEET: :

filed said certificates for a tax Estimated needs or. amounts the right-of-way of a graded issuance, the description of the received an excellent rating. Army Tank Corps after his The Hampton Area

deed to be issued thereon. The are available upon request from County Road; thence North 38 RE: The Adoption of JESSIE property, and the names in Among those attending from basic training. Pat's brothers, Volunteer Fire Departmentheld

certificate numbers and years of the office of the Administrator. degrees and 54 minutes East, THOMAS JINKS, ROBIN which it was assessed are as the Hampton area were Mike and Stormy were also a meeting in their FireHouse

issuance, the description of the The Bradford County Hospital along said Westerly boundary a LORENE BIRDYSHAW and follows: Cassie Riddick, Gene Joyner, thrilled to see him looking so Monday evening, May

property, and the names in Corporation reserves the right to distance of 232.58 feet to the ELIZABETH ANN EARLE, Certificate No.9 Donnie Brown, Alicia well. Pat is looking forward to 10. Among orders of business

which it was assessed are as reject any and all bids and/or Easterly boundary of said SW minors Plaintiff Year of Issuance 1974 McClellan, Cindy Van Eek, his graduation on June 11.School conducted was an agreement

follows: quotations or to waive any minor 1/4 of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4; thence Bruce Wolford and Lisa to hold a fire drill on Saturday,

Certificate No. 22. technicality or Informality in the North, along said Easterly NOTICE OF SUIT Description of Property: SE 1/4 Mitchell. This group stayed at News May 15, at 3 p.m. It is hoped

Year of Issuance: 1974. bids or quotations received. boundary, a distance of 409 feet NO PROPERTYTO of NE 1/4 Ex 1 A Cemetery, Sec: a motel near Destin and Mrs. Carole Shields and that all regular members

Description of Property: Beg. to point of beginning, EXCEPT : JAMES EARL JINKS 13, TWP 6 S, R-21 enjoyed some time at the daughter, Holly, accompaniedher attend this important drill.
Int. of S Line of SWY. & W Bradford County Road Right-of-Way along GERALD G. BIRDYSHAW. and beach and the Miracle Strip at sixth graders from George Davis Fire Chief

R/Wof Hwy. 301, NELY on W Hospital Corporation Northerly boundary.to lAMES E. EARLE (addresses Name in which assessed: Frasier Panama. Hampton Elementary Schoolon gave plans for conducting a

R/W approx. 230', WLY on S 4/22 4tchg 5/13 unknown) YOU ARE HEREBY Kelly Est. c/o Jessie Mae HaganAll Mrs, Louise Brodsky is a delightful trip to Disney tour through the fire house for
R/W Cor. Gr. Rd. 150' E -----_. wife VIVIAN DELORIS NOTIFIED that an action for the Kindergarten class and
Sly your staying with her daughter, World on May 7. Besides the
R/W Old. SR. 13 230', E to NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO McRAE, as a lump sum alimony, Adoption has been filed against of said property being in the Diane Bruno, for a few weeks. students enjoying this trip by their instructor, Mrs. Noelle

FOB Sec. 26, TWP 5 S, R 22. REGISTER and you are required to serve a you JAMES EARL JINKS, County of Bradford, State of When she returns to Miami bus were Mrs. Lucy Hodges Silk, on Wednesday May 12.

Name in which assessed: FICTITIOUS NAME copy of your written defenses, if GERALD G. BIRDYSHAW, Florida. near the end of May she will and granddaughter, Amy
K.W. Tomlinson. Pursuant to Section 86509 any to the Petition on the AND JAMES EAR LE, (addresses Unless such certificate or take Diane's young daughter Mrs. Mary Overholser, Mrs. Iliimpton Lake" News

All of said property being in Florida Statutes, notice is here- Petitioner's attorneys, J. J. unknown) and you are requiredto certificates shall be redeemed along for a visit. Anne Bird, Mrs. Dolores Mrs. Virgie Barksdale is

the County of Bradford State of by given that the undersignedJane WOLBERT, JR., SHAW, serve a copy of your written according to law the property 'making. steady.Improvement
Florida. Hardwick, 806 N.W. 35th KOPELOUSUS & HEAD, 142 defenses, if any to it, on theplaintiff's described in such certificate or following recent eye surgery.

Unless such certificate or Avenue, Gainesville, Florida, West Call Street, P.O. Box 1086, attorney whose name certificates will be sold to the COMMUNITY NEWSELIZABETH She appreciates the concern of

certificates shall be redeemed 32601, and Marcus M. Pace, Rt. Starka, Florida, 32091, on or and address is GEORGE H. highest bidder at the court her friends and family during

according to law the property 1, Box 289-C Starke, Florida before June 4, 1976. and file the PIERCE, Esquire, P.O. Drawer house door on the 8th day of GIVENS WALKER her convalescence.Mark .

described in such certificate or 32091, doing business under the original with the Clerk of this 1030 Starke, Florida, 32091, June, 1976. --. -. : :Mitchell! Joey Cribbs,
certificates will be sold to the firm name of "J & M SWAP Court either before service on and file the original with the OES: NOTICE First Born Church: or the Gerald and Steve Brown and

highest bidder at the court SHOP", Lawtey, Bradford Petitioner's attorney or clerk of the above styled courton Dated this 5th day of May, Dell Chapter 168 OES will I.l\Ing(.od. Elder S.V Cohens Tommy Meng enjoyed fishing I

house door on the 18th day of County, Florida, 32058, intendsto immediately thereafter; or before June 07, 1976: 1976. meet Thursday, May 13, 8 pastor. Tuesday Night Prayer over the weekend. They

May 1976. register said fictitious name otherwise a default will be otherwise a judgement maybe p.m. Officers for the year will Meeting. Terry Service returned with several nice

Dated this 14th day of April, under the provisions of aforesaid entered against you for the relief entered against you for the relief BY: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk be elected at this time. Wednesday night. All bass.

1976. statute. demanded in the Petition. demanded in the complaint or perk of Circuit Court of members are asked to Kevin :Meng killed a

Jane Hardwick and MarcusM. This notice shall be publishedonce petition. Bradford County, Florida. CHURCH NEWS' : remember the selling activity rattlesnake :Monday on his

Gilbert S. Brown, Oerk Pace, joint owners. each week for four ((4)) 5/13/ 4tchg 6/3/ Greater Allen" Chapel AME: each weekend. Sunday School way home from work in
by Beulah M. Moody Dated this 19th day of April, consecutive weeks in the WITNESS my hand and the Church. Rev. Jasper Williams 10 a m. Middleburg. He didn't
1976 Starke Florida. seal of said Court on May 3, pastor. Tiny Tot rehearsal :\ Pisgah AME: Church:
Clerk of the Circuit Courtof A.D. at Bradford County Telegraph. - --- -- consider it big enough to eat.
Bradford County, Florida 4/22 411 5/13 DATED this 4th day of May, 1976 7:30: Monday. Wednesdaynight Rev. George Farmer pastor. Mrs. Paul Meng left Sunday ,I
4/22 4tchg 5/13 .------------- 1976. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Senior Choir rehearsal. Sunday School 10 a.m. morning for a flight to Toledo, ;

......; '"' .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GILBERTS. BROWNAs FOR Thursday night Story Hour at Morning Worship at 11. Ohio to be with her mother, ;
- -._------------ Clerk of said Court the church, 7:30.: Friday True Church of God in
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL GILBERT S. BROWN TAX DEED night Mrs. Walter Mouch.ho is mill r.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AN CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Junior Choir rehearsal 6 p.m. Unity, Elder Sampson White health. While there she also

AND FOR BRADFORD FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.IN COURT By: Beulah M. MoodyAs NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, The Junior Choir will sponsora pastor. Prayer Meeting plans to visit other relatives

COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN Deputy Oerk that Steve Bires & Warren car wash Saturday startingat :Monday night. Terry Service and friends.

RE: The Marriage of RE: The Marriage of MARION BY: Beulah/ Moody 5/6 4tchg 5/27 Hunnicut, Jr. the holder of the 11:30: am. Junior Ushers Wednesday night. Bible Study
--------------. Board will sell dinners from Friday night. Sunday School
HERMON RAMSEY, Husband THOMAS LEE Deputy Oerk following certificates has filed
and Shelia Ramsey, Wife. 5/6 4tchg 5/27 the kitchen. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship services, 11
Husband/Petitioner, and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF said certificates for a tax deed to Beach SandCulverts
Case No.76-116 FLORENCE MAE LEE, --- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL be issued thereon. The 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11. a m. and 7pm.
Evening Service 6 New Bethel" anti Kbenezer" "
Wife/Respondent. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AN certificate numbers and years of p.m. .
NOTICE OF SUIT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.IN issuance, the description of the :Macedonia Freewill Baptist Baptist Churches: Rev. Leroy
TO HERMON RAMSEY Rt. Church Lawtey, Rev. J.N. Davis pastor. The pastor and
: NOTICE OF SUIT EIGHTH JUDICIAL property, and the names in Fill Dirt
1 Box 279. Pell City, Alabama NO PROPERTYTO which assessed Butler pastor. Mother's Day congregations of both
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND RE: The Marriage of ALINE it was are as
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.IN CROMITY PALIN a/k/a ALINE follows: was enjoyed last Sunday witha churches will attend theWomen's

an action for dissolution of : FLORENCE MAE LEE CROMITY LEE. Wife/Petitioner short program presented by Missionary and Clay

marriage has been filed againstyou address unknown REE: The Marriage of and THOMAS PRESTON Certificate No. 31; Year of Mrs. Eula B. Nichols, Mrs. Educational Convention in

and you are required to SAMUEL CROCKETT, PALIN, Husbandl/Respondent. Issuance 1974Description Edna B. Allen and Mrs. Linda Gainesville. May 13-16, at LAND CLEARINGC.

serve a copy of your written YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Husband/Petitioner, and of Property: SE Williams after the pastor'smessage. Friendship Baptist Church, E. James

defenses, if any to it on an action for dissolution of BARBARA CROCKETT, NOTICE OF SUIT 1/40fSE1/4Sec36, TWP, Evening Worship 5 Mrs. Angaronia Davis .

RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney marriage has been filed against WifeRespondent. NO PROPERTYTO R22. p.m.The president. All members of 473-2511
for Petitioner, whose address is you and you are required to Women's Day program both churches are asked to put

114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box serve a copy of your written NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTYTO : THOMAS PRESTON Name in which assessed: will be held Sunday starting forth extra effort to raise the 41 chq 527

995. Starke. Florida 32091, and defenses, if any, to it on J. J. PALIN, address unknown Valine Caldwell. with Sunday School 10 a m. educational fund.
file the original with the Clerk of Rev Sister Hascock will be
the above-styled Court on or KOPELOUSUS & HEAD, address unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat All of said property being in the speaker at 11 a.m. At :3

before May 31, 1976 otherwise a Attorneys for Petitioner, whose an action for dissolution of the County of Bradford, State of p.m. Mrs. Juanita Felton will Mary Carter Paints
speak. The public is invited.
judgment may be entered address is 142 West Call Street, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a marriage has been filed against Florida.
(against you) for the relief P.O. Box 1086, Starke, Florida, Petition for Dissolution of you and you are required to Unless such certificate or :Morlah Pleasant" Grove and :Mt.

demanded in the Petition. 32091 and file the original with Marriage has been filed againstyou serve a copy of your written certificates shall be redeemed Parish. United Rev Willie Methodist Stitt 102 E. Brownlee 964-7721

WITNESS my hand and the the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt and there is a demand in the defenses if any, to it on J. J. according to law the property
seal of said Court on the 20 day before June 4,1976 JR. SHAW described in such certificate pastor. Pleasant Grove:
on or Petition that the Court award WOLBERT. or Junior Choir Don't take chances I Clean
rehearsal the
of April, 1976. otherwise a judgment may be that certain property owned by KOPELOUSUS & HEAD whose certificates will be sold to the your carpets

entered against you for the relief you and your Husband, address is 142 West Call Street, highest bidder at the court Tuesday 6 p.m. Wednesday professional way with the Trewox Hydro-Mist

GILBERTS. BROWN demanded in the Petition. SAMUEL CROCKETT, as P.O. Box 1086, Starke. Florida, house door on the 8th day of night Prayer Meeting. carpet cleaning system. Clans d.*p, leaves

AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy WITNESS my hand and the tenants in the entirety, located in 32091 and file the original with June, 1976. Thursday p.m. Sunday night School Bible,Study 10 S carpets thick and fluffy with no shampoo real'

seal of said Court on the 3 day of Bradford County, Florida, and the Oerk of the above.styled a.m. du.. Available for rental
Lovefeast service at Mary Carter Paints,
: Beulah M. Moody May 1976. more particularly described as: Court on or before June 4, 1976, Dated this 5th day of May, Moriah 4pm.Mt. services: 102 E. Brownie., Stark Florida.
Deputy Oerk ,
The East 50' of Lot Thirteen otherwise a judgment may be 1976.
Prayer Meeting and Choir
4/294tchg 5/20 GILBERT S. BROWN, (113)) in Block Sixteen ((16)) in entered for the relief BY: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk
.......... ............. ... against you Rehearsal Tuesday night.
AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBY East Lawtey, Florida. Recordedin demanded in the Petition. Clerk of Circuit Court of
NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE Book 72, Page 129 Public WITNESS my hand and the Bradford County, Florida. Sunday Morning School 10 a.m. Discount All Mary Carter Paints
Worship at 11,
: s/Beutah Moody Records of Bradford County, seal of said Court on the 3 day of 5/13 4tchg 6/3 Standard
Notice is hereby given that I, Oerk Color & White
Deputy Florida. 1976.
Dolph E. Reddish, as Sheriff of Four Win
5/6 4tchg 5/27 - -- -- -- Trip
Bradford County, Florida under 1 to 10 Gal. 10% 11 to 20 Gal 20%
----- ------ to your Husband SAMUEL GILBERT BROWNAS

and Execution by ,virtue to-WIt: of Writ of REGISTRATION OF CROCKETT, as a lump sum CLERK OF SAID COURT 'NOTICEOFAPPLICATION To Nation's 21 to 30 Gal 25% 31 & Over Gal 30

FICTITIOUS NAMESWe alimony, and you are required to FOR
serve a copy of your written BY: Beulah/ Moody TAX DEED
Execution issued out of
defenses, if any, to the Petitionon Deputy Oerk CapitolBradford
County Court of Bradford the undersigned, being
the Petitioner's attorneys, 5/6/ 4tchg 5/27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
County, Florida pursuant to a duly sworn, do hereby declare
SHAW, KOPELOUSOS & ----- -- -- that Steve Bires & Warren
Final judgement for Town under oath that the names of all High juniors CANNON SONS
HEAD whose address is 142 Hunnicut, Jr. the holder of the Darla and
Finance Company of Starke, persons Interested in the Christopher BriarA.
West Call Street, P.O. Box 1086 NOTICE OFAPPLICATION following certificates has filed .
business Patray are four
Florida and against Judy B. or profession carried on among
Starke, Florida, 32091, on certificates for a tax deed to
or said
Norman, defendant in the under the name of Bach Home winners of Clay ElectricCooperative's
before June 11 1976 and file The L.P. Gas Service
the TAX DEED be issued thereon.
amount of $740.65 together with Improvement Co. at intersection Youth Tour of
original with the Oerk of this certificate numbers and years of
Washington D.C. Contest.
costs of collection. Madison Street and Court
Court either before service onPetitioner's NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN issuance, the description of the Neil of
Have seized and have in my Street, P.O. Box 1209, Starke, Stephenson
possession the following Florida, 32091 and the extent of attorney or that Steve Bires & Warren property, and the names in Interlachen representing Ph.7823668Appliance

described personal property to- the interest of each, is as immediately thereafter; Hunnicut, Jr. the holder of the which it was assessed are as Interlachen High School and
otherwise a default will be following certificates has filed follows:
wit: follows: Susan Yocum of Fort White,
entered against you for the relief said certificates for a tax deed to Certificate No. 61; Year of representing Santa Fe High Sales & Service

1965 Chevrolet 2 dr G. Michael Bach 50 percent demanded in the Petition. be issued thereon. The Issuance 1974.Description School, are the other
This notice shall be publishedonce certificate numbers and of of Property: E'% members of !
I.D. No. 118375N110462Title Robert Gary Bach 50 percent years the winning Commercial Residential Industrial
9511987 each week for four ((4)) issuance, the description of the of Lot 4 of Blk 17 in L.T. & Cos foursome who will depart -

STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTYOF consecutive weeks in the property, and the names in S/D Sec: 28 Twp 6-S, R-22. June 13 via Jet for WashingtonD.C. LAWTEY

As the property of the above BRADFORD Bradford County Telegraph. which it was assessed are as Name in which assessed, for an all-expense paid

named defendant and that on DATED this 6th day of May follows: Arron H. Holley Est. trip to the nation's Capitol [

Monday, the 24th day of May, Sworn to and subscribed 1976. Certificate No. 100; Year of during National Youth Week. 7823668ty I

1976 at twelve o'clock Noon on before me this 4th day of Mey, Issuance 1974.Description All of said property being in Darla is the daughter of Mr. ,
said day on the premises of the A.D. 1976 GILBERTS. BROWN of Property: Lots the County of Bradford, State of and Mrs. Thomas D. Hiway 301 301

Bradford County Jail, I will offer CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT It, 12 & 16 & an undiv 3/21 mt Florida. Christopher of Starke Briar is
for sale and sell to the highest Dudley P. Hardy COURTBY in Lot 5 Lakeview S/D & Lot 16, Unless such certificate or the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. CookingHeating
Sec: 13, Twp 8S, R'22. certificates shall be redeemed Bill of
bidder for cash in hand the Notary Public, State of Fla. Patray Keystone
above described property of said at Large : s/Beulah Moody Name in which assessed: according to law the property Heights. Bulk or Bottled
defendant to satisfy the My Commission Expires: Deputy Clerk Sandra W. Davis. described in such certificate or Runners-u in the11th =
aforesaid Execution. 5/28/77 5/13 4tchg 6/3 certificates will be sold to the Cooperative's

5/6/ 4tchg 6/27 All of said property being In highest bidder at the court consecutive Youth Tour to Hot Water

Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff ,,....... ...... ..... ... ... .... - -- the County of Bradford, State of house door on the 8th day of Washington Contest were Lp Gas The modern Fuel
Bradford County Florida Florida June, 1976. Cindi L. Hester and Bret
4/29 4tchg 5/20 From a concert review In NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Unless such certificate or Dated this 5th day of May Bannon of Keystone Heights; P.O. Box 232 Lawtey

-----.......------ the Newark News: "The FOR certificates shall be redeemed 1976. Bill Hemme of Union County Serving Lawtey, Starke, Waldo, Graham,
first TAX DEED according to law the property High School and Patricia
movement'ssuspenseful a Brooker, Lake Butler Raiford
described in Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk; ,, Keystone
certificate By:
or of Park
Orange High
climax the
Help-wanted ad in the &
West Palm Fla. marvelous control of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, certificates will be sold to the Clerk of Circuit Court of School. Heights Hampton

Times : "Part-time, Post- pizzicato section and the that Steve Bires & Warren highest bidder at the court Bradford County, Florida. The four winners will join For Fast Delivery Phone1366oDAy

secretary light headlong rush of the finale Hunnicut, Jr. the holder of the house door on the 8th day of 5/13 4tchg 6/3 hundreds of other young
following certificates has filedad June, 1976.
worth people from throughout the
hayroll, 3 days a week. were nothing.
certificates for a tax deed to Dated this 5th day of May, ...,111..1..... ...... L..1..... United States




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Southside Chit Chat I I1SIT I! LASSIFIEDIjj' [ :GARAGlSAtti: '\ m.t :
by Judith Flynn r iT OUT THE.. 'J .; wiauniii\ : ,

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\ ART SHOW next year's host will be -

On April 30 Mrs. Simpson'sand determined at a later date.

, Mrs. Randolph's Southside wishes to thank all IJ"" :
those who of their time (REAL ESTATE; 11
exceptional educational gave I FOR SALE
students from Southside and and services to make this HOUSES FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICE (

, Starke Elementary Schools meet the success it was. h... .....
i f visited the Gainesville Mall to Coordinators were Paterson,

r see each child's art project on Howard, and Patrella. '-'
I\ display, as well as art work Planner for the meet was Jim FOR SALE--12 x 60 mobile Ucensed plumber anywhere in duplex 2 bedroom, C/A. Floriland Realty
r from five other counties. Lewis with a lot of assistance home. Central air, partially county, reasonable rates.
Also 24ft Travel trailer for
393 N. Ave.
Special thanks go to the from Buddy Paterson, Jerry furnished. In mobile home Eugene Edwards. 964-8802 sale, $2,500. 9647574. Itp Temple J
Petrella Grover Howard and in 964-8860 after 4 after 4 p.m. 2tp 5/20
seven chaperones, Ms. Clark, park town 5/13 3 BR Car Lot 15000.
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Thornton. Carver, Diggs, Rodger ChiSson.: Score p.m. 4/29 4tchg 5/20 trwillc
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Rigby, Akridge, and Crews. keepers were Jim Duncan, ------------ jar
,I BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete FOR SALE-Moody's Gulf 1 Acre Building Lots on RD 16.
Also to our bus driver, Betty Dewey McKinney, Carolyn Station $55,000 2163 N. - -
3 bedroom circular c
FOR SALE: By owner, sharpening service ;REALTY
Ann Griffin. The trip was a Taylor, and Phil Vallenga. 1 bath concrete block hand, carbide, chain mower Temple Ave. 9646314. Itp 31 Acres, 1/4 mi. on St. Rd., :

great success. elfi home, central air/heat, blade hollow ground and 5/13 Ideal For Subdividing. ---- !)
carport with small patio, 1372 balanced. Leave at Jackson ----- --- -- - G --.
PHYSICAL FITNESS: Blending St. Ph. 964-6087. Building Supply, Starke or FOR SALE-lnsh potatoes, will 48 Acre Farm with home 1/2 mi. '
The MEET second HELD MAY 1 t FOR RENT 1 4/22 4tp 5/13 Keystone Heights tfchg. have other vegetables later. on St. Rd. 229 / > .oj --
annual Bradford
Ph. 782-3822, Box 64 - -
- -- -- Lawtey. /
- ------- Cecelia/ Terwillegar
County Physical Fitness meet 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes near Tatum's Sawmill. 1tp Cor. lot, with storage Bldg.
was held at the BUS track last Many persons feel that homeowners should make the
FOR RENT..Mobile home with FOR SALE--Frame house, and mobile homes. $180 5/13 - -
Saturday. uninstalled. Income Property for Sale. largest downpayment possible to decrease the amountof
installed $140 ----- --- -- -
porches shade trees, quiet carpet, paneling, large yard.
Four county elementary Interest and monthly payments which have to be
GATOR MOBILE HOME FOR SALE--2 lots in quiet - -
schools, Brooker, Lawtey, neighborhood. Ideal for 964-5157, 964-6680 or 964- House for Rent $75.00 made on the mortgage.This .
business couple. Garden 7928. No 5/6 SERVICE CO. Ph. 372-9767, neighborhood, trees paved mo.
Starke, and Southside, agents. Itp Is good thinking but there's another side to the
space. Must be Gainesville tfchg.WANTEDResidential streets, city sewage, close to - --
seen to be -- ---------
participated in the meet. schools for coin. Should you have to to sell the house quickly, the
appreciated, Available June 1. - -- $6,000 one, VERNIE P. ODOM
Sixteen boys and girls from $6,500 for corner lot. Call 964- smaller your equity the faster you can find a buyer.
each school met at the BUS 782-3279, Lawtey, Itp 5/13 FOR SALE: By owner 3 BR, 2B, 5663. Itchg 5/13 Reg. Broker It's common sense that there are more prospective
-- -- -- --- site for 964-5476 964-7700
track to compete in events brick home, double carport, homeowners who can Invest $2,500 than those who have
-- -------- -
used in the AAHPER Fitness FOR RENT--2 bedroom, 2 bath partially carpeted, drapes. 3 swimming pool. Leading FOR SALE--Case farm tractor $)0.000 to Invest.Of .
trailer New River area 373- blocks from school Ph. 473 distributor wants a nice backyard
Test. course only can make the final decision
you on
without lift $700. Moody'sGulf
6336 or 485-1713 2039 after 5pm. and weekends / to display new 1976
Starke Elementary girls led evenings. model of above Station 2163 N. Temple how to invest your money We have a number of

all groups with a score of 5/6 2tchg 5/13----. -- -tfchg------ Top consideration ground pool.for Ave. Itp 5/13 listings from which you can select. Let us show you a
---- given
3,145.: Southside boys had the home.A .
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next highest score at 3.115. prime location. Don't miss this TAKE UP PAYMENTS-1975 ran C Y.rso'1... RARE OFFERING Gracious home with central
FOR RENT--2 bedroom house in FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 Baih block opportunity, Call 384-5156 -
The scores enabled these Starke no pets. Call after 6 with LR, DR, Den & garageon Jacksonville collect tfchg 5/6 Singer Futura sewing REALESTATE heat and air, nestled among mature shrubs and
groups to take first place in 533 2252. machine. Must sell I Top of the towering trees on approximately 1.74 acres within
p m. 5'6 2tchg. large lot at 1 1105 W. - --- ----
their divisions.For Madison St Call Freeman line like new. Original price G'--.j.'J.! 'V. walking distance of all conveniences,
the first
time trophies $600. Balance due $287.80 or
--- ------- Register III 964 8771 or 964-
were awarded for the highest need someone to assume New 3 BR 1 % bath stucco PARADISE LAKE -one of the most beautiful homes In
scorer on both the girls and FOR RENT: Olio's Subdivision 5888. tfchg. $12.70 per month payments. CH&A, WW carpet, EJec. stove, the Keystone area nearly spacious with plentyof
buys teams. Kenny Davis 1/2 acre lots, $30.00 per --- -- ---- t LOST AND FOUND) Ph. 9645358. Will! deliver, no cor lot.-$24.500, terms. property
month. Water & Sewage
from Suuthside took the boys'
obligation Itp 5/13 -----
trophy with a score of 5b9( and furnished:For information call FOR SALE-By owner, 3 ------------ 4 BR 3 bath, 4 acres.$45,000 HOUSE BEAUTIFUL executive home on a quietstreet..CH&A,3

Shelia Searcey from Starke Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile bedroom house, 1 bath. FOR SALE-Ten chicken house BR, 2 B, LR separate DR, handsome
Elementary topped the girls Homes Sales Hwy 100 W., Crystal Lake homesites lake LOST-Weimaraner dog. Silver fans with 1/4 HP electric 3BR 1 bath, frame CH&A, kitchen that opens on to a scenic patio separate

with a score of 54H. These St ..ke. 9645606. tfchg access with guest house gray, short hair, medium motor and plug-in cord. $300 fenced cor. lot. $15,000 garage with workshop finest neighborhood...
- central heat & air, fireplace height, clip tail. Call Sparks or
scores are out of a possible 600 for all. 964-6350 Itp 5/13 -----
and are outstanding! FOR RENT-Lovely mobile $28,000. Call 473-2734 after 5 Becky Giebeig 964-7702 or 2 BR frame- $8,400 terms. .
-- ---- -- --- CROSBY LAKE we have waterfront
Some of the first year home, ideal for middle aged p.m. and on weekends. Itchg 9646654. REWARD $50 Itp FOR SALE.12 x 65 house picturesque
property to sell and so convenient to town. Easy
5/6 8.7 Acres in Starke, $15,500
records were broken and couple, near shopping center trailer. Assume payments. Ph. terms.
other outstanding and down town. Jo-Lu Motel - - - - - ---
964-7337ltp 5/13 -----
performances were witnessedby and Mobile Home Park, 301 FOR SALE..Mobile home 12 x 72 Acres in Lawtey $10,700 Join the
--- -- --- --- SWIMMING POOL Easy financing -
a number spectators Anexample South tfchg 60, like new, 2 bedrooms, 1 Swimming pool owner swinging wet set! Boat house, indoor-outdoor
of the - ---- bath, fully furnished. 964- 12 Acres.well, pole & Septic
performances be Florida
MOTORCYCLES transferred, must sold. carpeting built-in wet bar marvelous room.
follows( : FOR RENT.Furnished duple 8883. Itp r 1 Above ground aluminum, tank, fenced, $15,000 -----

Pull-ups Wajneall ((201.,; Three large rooms. Gas, lights -- - - -- original factory crate, never BESSENT ROAD.Approx.60acres with a home which
..Iexed.urm.hotng. Barbie & water furnished. Inquire at 36.35 Acres, 1300 ft. on US 301
erected. Will move & installon has CH&A, shed barn, and a nice trailer.
:Noupart ((6H sl.'c.l); Sit-ups, 603 E. Washington Ave. Itp SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your your property. Pay balanceof $56,500 good terms. -----

penny Davis b-min>. Pam 5/13 $795. Call 399-5940 collect. COUNTRY HOME with 4.29 acres fenced a
authorized Suzuki Deaier.
Brice i59 ) Shuttle - -- - hog hook-up
-mm ; run Phone 964 6020 304 East Call 5/13 4tchg 6/3 productive vegetable garden, well landscaped pasture
!Shelia: Searcey ((8.8 secl.) FOR RENT--2 BR, DR, large LR, Street. tfchg ------ ------ 2 barns, appx 45 acres planted. fields with roses and beautiful trees..room for horses.
Wayne Wall ((89)) ; Tarys Large FR, fenced back yard. FOR SALE-1966 6 cyl. Chevy, $18,000 down & assume $75,000
-- -- -
Broad Good location 964- mtg with Fed. Land Bank. HIGH RIDGE ESTATES KEYSTONE a double wide
Preston 18 9)> ; Standing nice. To buy or seW new sticker, good price for
Jump Shelia Searcey ((6'2"), 7972. 1tp 5/13 PALLING: write FOR SALE: Honda 750 four, 72, cash. See at Underwood trailer, completely furnished..lot 110 x 120 oak trees,

Kenny 1 Davis ((6'8"); 600 yd. - -- -- - Avon. Clyatt Call 755.2807 P.O. Box or 220 perfect mech. shape well Motel! 301 North. Itp 513BUCK'S We have farms, commercial & deep well septic tank and security light.

run, Kenny Davis ((1 nun 41 FOR RENT-.CLean 12 x 60, 2 Loma Florida. tfchg cared for, 7,000 miles actual, ------ --- --- business property. ---- -
secs i Shflid Searcey ((1 mm 46 bedrooms mobile home in Lake City, -- - beautiful, like brand new in HAMPTON LAKE furnished trailer on a beautiful lot.
i country, one child, one pet. -- -- every way. See after five FLEA MARKET now Call anytime also eveninqs Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar/ Realtor/ _
I.Each open Sat. & Sun. Sellers (associates) 964-7154&782-3397
year a different school Ph. 9648498. NEW GO-Bese Grapefruit Diet daily. 964 6061. tfchg.
ltp---- Starke Florida
206 West Madison Avenue ,
tables$2 per day. Putnam Hall
takes charge and plays host to -- -- Pill. Eat satisfying meals and - -- -- .
the meet.\ Lawtey served as FOR RENT--4 room apt. partially lose weight, ANDREWS 4732067. 5/6 2tchg 5/13 im' LAWTEr Fl.,
the first host. Southside furnished. Ph 9648243. Itp PHARMACY, 356 W. ------ --- --- 7823806r4f 96 .1776
.played the part this year and 5/13 Madison, Starke. 4/22/ 5tp r FOR SALE -J FOR SALE-Oaylilies. all colors, fflM.ro* wrirv ft MfMt m HOME PHONE 964-5145
-- - -- 5/20 newest ,
------------ hybrids varieties
.Sleeping rooms -- ---- -- Diploids and Tetraploids .50

from the Omaha World- with refrigerators. Underwood Call 533- cents and up. Mrs. R.F. Ralph Bryan Real Estate
lifiirld' 'Etuuette'': { rules Motel, 301 North. Itp 5/13 Sewing and alterations. Young, 203 Christian St. 5/6
2652. 5/6 2tp 5/13/ 10 20 PATIO COVER Installed
that )bridegroom\ be! the s : .
- -- - 2tp 5/13
Lots and
Specializing in Acreage
------ $18500, umnstalled 14000.
first to miss> the bride after -- -- --- MULTIPLE
For Mobile
Building or Homes.
Gator Mobile Home Service. Mimosa Manor
the wedding ceremony TV Service Repair Of ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS:

CI\ eland/ Amoryin' World All Makes & Models Of TV's 114 Christian Street, Starke 372---9767.-- -tfchg.- ---- FOR sacrifice.SALE--Swimming Leading pool Lots on Sampson Lake 100 ft. LISTINGS Mobile Home ParkA
-- ----- 8
& Tape Decks Fla. Thursday and Sundays manufacturer and distributor on water. $7,800 owner Nice PlaceTo
From the order of service .
Call 964.7923 Dahmer's p.m. Tues. 1pm WATSON'S has aluminum rectangular financing 4 bedroom, 2 bath, % acre, out Live
.ol a .Fairfield, Conn. Group. Call 964 5709, 964-
4 29 9. 20 HOUSE OF VACUUMS pools left over from 1975 - of town. Low down if qualified.
Uuiiih: "Ilynuv-'Gold 5434 or 964 6894. 16tp 6/24 RALPH BRYAN Lots
I Fake ('.1re of You.' season, 1/2 price, guaranteed m
-- ------- Many brands of new vacuums. installation and terms. Call 3 bedroom 1 bath, 2 lots, out of Yard CareGarbage
-------------- L :::3 Realtor Cans
BRASINGTONCadillacOldsmobile SIT for Used machines available. collect, Jacksonville days or .. town. Low down if qualified.
WILL BABY any age
Mail Boxes
Expert Repairs all makes. evenings 904-398-5103 tfchg ariiux 964 8788 day or night
child home. 964-6821.
FOR SALE Sales & Service in my Parts and Accessories for all ------- ---- 3 bedroom, 1 bath. In city Low Water
tfchg Cent. Sewage
Hunting Dogs Fine Srfpi (lion Of l'c' i - ---- -- vacuums. Built.in central FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 per MOxOxOMOB.eT.Long down if qualified. Garbage Pickup
Cars 'rull,'", On vacuum cleaning systems. 712 roll, shingles $10.50 per sq., 2 Car Parking
5 Leopard Hegistered Cu
Puppies with papers 2001 NW. 13 3785301GAINISVILLE all makes cleaned, oiled and and shower enclosures. of town. Improved Street
adjusted, $7. Work guaranteed - --- --
| THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 Home and Electric Service to
s5000964.6076"D If James Strickland, SALES & SERVICES on appliances South tfchg. Acreage of all sizes, from $700 200 Amperes
Morgan Road & Hwy. BuildingMaterials acre and
corner per up. Metered Gas
used appliances -- --- - -- -

16.. tfchg washing machines, dryers, FOR SALE: New & Used furni-
- In Bonus-
ture, new ft FRED SACKETT
A/C, electric and gas stoves. carpet
SO00 South yd., zippers 1 cent per inch. 205 N. Temple (US-301)) 1 Month Rent
AIR mobile home hurricane an- tfchg.----- THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 "YOUR PLANS OR OURS 904964 6522,468 1753 Electric Hookup
mobile home -- -
chonng and
CONDITIONER coating. Ohn's MOBILE Home MISSION STORE-321 N. rfchg. AssociatesBill
--- --------- ESTIMATES-* 964.7498
Service. 964-5606. St Rd. u
Temple Ave. .Clothing FOR SALE: Union County, 76 Nile 468.1642
Fla. Trigg
16W & Jct.. 233 Starke, dishes, misc.. items. 9:30: to 4pm. REMODELING RIPAIRSADDITIONS i
...' nicely wooded acres, fenced, Dick Coss-Nite 9646364Mac
NEW NEW $ r tfchg dosed on Wed. 4/29 4tp
1320 ft. frontage on S239A. McConnell Nite, 964-8789
-- -
4' x 8' Sheets [ Living Room., IFORMICA --- - ---- 5/20/ Ideal for subdividing. $90,000.Call HOMES.BOUGHT Well built house on' double corner -
----- --- ---- SOLD TRADED
3 bedrooms,
Desk Spindles THE OFFICE Dallas or Eleanor at lot in city, with
CHAIRS\,each t ;; SHOP Ph. 964-5764 FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts Quality Realty, Realtors, 372- ACREAGE FOR SALE) 2 baths, living room family
and supplies. OLIN'S MOBIL!; 8441. After hours call 372- room, nice kitchen central heat
- -- -- -
'; .", '.: HOME SALES, t wy. 100 WT: 1469 or 376-4790. 4/22 4tchg 9646853Hwy MOBILE HOME and air, separate utility room

$500 & shoo sheet s2150t713rrX3"XSr ( '_ ....T'.s: joG';t": Starke, 964-5606._ tfchg. 5/13 301 S Starke TF PARKINSIDE plus swimming pool. $39.5OO

'. ", - --- - ---- -- -
18 acres in Lawtey
112rrz4Nxsr 1 FOR SALE: Mobile 'home lots - -

WHITE Make a dumptruck out of HICK'SPOODLE $95 down. Few lots still. avail WALK TO BRADFORD SQUAREOR 5-10 acre tracts, high land on

20C' your pick-up at over $121 able in several subdivisions.Ph. Jimmy Monre'sSun DOWNTOWN paved road, Graham area.
Installs 530 Per MonthALL - -
less than list price. 468-1551. tfchg SportsMORE
/21rrxsrrxar BATTENOLIN'S most s4. 1 ton .. CONVENIENCESFIRE
easily on > - - CITY Large frame house excellent
pickups. Unload more t than; GROOMINGTwo BOAT FOR POLICE PROTECTION condition, central H/A, 3 bed-

2 tons in 15 seconds. 1aee0 -00 UI YOUR MONEY TF CITY GAS WATER AND SEWER room, 2 bath, carport, comer

MOBILE HOME LIMITED hoists at this number price.of Jet Full Time I Well Drilling) I I2'r STARKE PH 964.5791 Jo-Lu Motel lot, in city.- -

For information call GroomersAppointments Thru 6" I STERN DRIVE SERVICE 964-8810 TFCHG Frame, 2 BR house, 1 bath on 1

& SERVICEHWY orwriteSUWANNEE SALES For I Fast Rotary II \ AND REPAIR acre. Bdyless- --Hwy.- Area.-

SALES P.O. Box 421 Your Convenience I COMPLETE FIBERGLASS FOR SALE: File boxes, guides 340 6 acres clear, 4 mi. N/Wof
Live Oak Fla. 32060 I Drilling Equipment REPAIR and cards. Everything you Starke.

964-5606 Ph. 904362.2161 964-7837 2119.5/13 State Licensed I II CUSTOM BUILT FIBER need for fixing a filing, system.All - -

3/28.5/13 GLASS FISHING BOATS for sale at The OffICe 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites,

I I II Shop. N.W. of Starke Terms.

: I - -

t.\:* PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT *% LAWN SERVICE 10:35: A.M. I I, Public AuctionEvery George Roberts Jr.

: New & Used
964-5529 WPXE Radio

RUCTION LICENSED INSURED13t 1490 rr Sales. PartsService I II Wednesday and Saturday Nights at 7 p.m. 964-7826
pd 7/1 I 4 miles north In Keystone Heights Highway 21

SATURDAY MAY 15 -10 a.m. tt111. S sti 11116 I E-Z TermsPlumbing II I II Turn Those Consignments Unused Items Welcome Into Cash I

EVERY MONTH & Fi' C'1 I I 4-29 Stchg 5-27 Bill Lewis Reg. Real Estate Broker
AUCTIONS/ 3rd SAT. Ir J p I I 2u6 S.Water St.

National AdvertisingPaul
Owner & Auctioneer
CONSIGN YOUR ...:: I New Installation I II FaulknerBrokerkene
.' FOR THIS BIG SALE Faulkner-Asaoc.
I Remodeling I II 964-5065
Call Us About Bringing In Your I I I II
I Repairs. I Subdivision 2 BR Frame 90' x 1001 lot .
Farm Industrial & Construction Equipmentof Olin's
All Kinds Now I I II Durranc\\ - -
:1 I
: 1 I 5 Room Frame, carpeted &

to the Market Place- I I IeTWi panelled, air cond., 1 acre

Bring Your SURPLUS Equipment EQUIPMENT TO CASH I All Types Roofing I II I Pumps & Supply t tI I I $15,900.00 -

CONVERT Residential & Commercial I I II. 57 acres beautiful land, frontage

UotNS f.O N. E. FLORIDA EQUIPMENT SONDE D I FREE Roof Inspection t Company i e on Hwy 301, $57,000 good terra
- -
AUCTION I. 864 N. Temple Ave. We have several 20 acre tracts In
New Roof Or Repairs 1 00 Per Mo. Water S
I For Rent 30 Improved pasture with pecan
Green Cove Springs Starke V Acre Lots FrrnisheciCall
U. S. 1 17 North Sewage
Call 964-7410 TI trees Some of the nicest'land In

JAX.282-4389 Ph (904)284-5977) Free Estimates 2rte.6.13 J mm I 964-7061 Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd. Bradford County.
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Laurie Mullins in
bicentennial costume guides of
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69 S 462 FT OP E 898 PT OF SI/2 OP Swill OF 4EI/4 principal Dewey McKinney 1
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9 2.16 A nF THAT PORTION OF EI'. OF SEI/4 E OF BO ..11.e".oo BRUNO ABTHUB OBAWFB A Reading teacher Odessa
.....T ...5. ...55_ 696.66 LOTS T THRU 18 IN MC CALLS ADD TO HAMPTON EX ../. the unknown to taste such I
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8170.21 .
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34 69 22
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159.14 4.77 46.20 43.75 4179.97 BIOT MAGGIE BOX 173

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4ae.40 2.50 .'..5 54.35 497.79 .
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434.23 41.O6 41.61 62.99 440.69 ---------- ------------------------------
-- ------------------------------ -- 10 79 22 9779-0000 043210NUGINT Discussion
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MC KINNEY CBS ANN POX 1103200FT ATTCRBURV ROBERT D SM2 USS FilLTON AS-II F P O Michelle: llarrell. but the team of Kim Norman and Leona Preliminary information in, a fur about 16 percent ol land
..IN..60 4.96 ...* 42.SS 411.69 11.47 4.34 .99 ...55 ., ..9, Dean require assistance of BUS cheerleader Kathy Teston, on citizen's group appointed by found in Union Count)
-" ------------------------------ --"--*---" -"-"-----"""------------------------------- right. the Union County Commission
037; 22 4647-OOHOO 036912CSCEOLA 01 8922 93oT O444-IO
JOHN S R BOX 3S ]-' THOMAS MAR3AKET 5 A3O N WEST 38TH OR began to discuss how to plan Future devclopim

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I 200 OF N 100' IP SWI/A OF NWI/4 LYING OP SR 109 OR 102 127-197
115 .....$ .6... 11.06 (3.19 (:US.'. Eight Men SentencedFor 22. (Counts is limited accordingto
.. .01 ... ..21 53.7555.09 ---------- ----------------------------------------------
Mutch of the :North
Sam the report. duen,,>
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;j--22' 4691 7.34 039001BWUNO FROST WILLIAM 6281 CHEROKEE OR Central Florida Regional limitation associated l oath
nG 498* N nF SF COWU01 SI!". OF SwillANlISA' 0 998.8 TO E 14.91 ...5 ..'T ...55 .. LB SchooI1'heJ'tLAKE Planning Council presentedthe soils drainage, accessibilitx
K/w to IOO. SFLY ON R/W 347.4' E PAR TO N LIN 889.9* I E ------------------------* -- utilities
LINE SEI/4-S/., N 1Q Pot 12 6S 22 1400 I.OO O56-99 preliminary report and availabilityof
HB 126-776 *505. 5.3 W R t PAPBABA P 0 BOX 107 compiled in clxJpl'rationith
142.O3 44.26 47.31 64.39 4147.99 1A 90 LYING PAM WITH BY R/W IN NW COR OF 9WI/4 OF NWI/4 stolen merchandise
_! EX R/W BUTLER-Two Union the NCFRPC personnel to the
----- ---- ------ ------ -- particularly in the northern
O3 '5.. 4646 O39O-O8 51 31.43 ("90 46.79 61.19 (145.79IIIBS County men were sentenced to recovered. Financial citizen's participation
------------------ section of the county
983-SoToo;; will be made for
AT 9WI/4 FOR P08. w 259 22 0455-50 prison and six others received restitution committee. The study
110/O S 22-2'' TO OEVFR ICK LARRY R BOX 4O9.OT The report also stales th.it
ELY A'. sa 100. FLV ON A'W too* I N 83* TO Poe those items not recovered
probation sentences after
OR 149123414.A4 9 LAKfVlFW /n I 1/21 UN-OIV TNT IN LOT 55l91a9 included soil quality of the land use conflicts or I 1111

51.03 41.77 ('.TS "0.09 _______h________ (5.80 (...0 _(2.99____________(211.713_____e. pleading guilty on charges of according to the sentence county. housing and mixture of mobile homes with
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IS 85.. 9542 7.SO 0469-04 breaking into the Lake Butler handed down by court distribution and
O3 75 2? 4658 O390-IO JAMES CHARLES JR RT I BOX 76TRACTS population single-famih dwellings, hair
MC GIll: TMELMA V BT I FOX 123 EX w IOO* t .A PLEASANT ./ > EX S 170 Middle School last fall to In other circuit court action formulated the
goals by
HEO4O* I E nF Nw COB OP NEI/4 OP "01'.. RUN I E 170' 9 IIO* Of I-A EX 3.i not OF E IOO' OF $-A April 26 ,Frank proven to -be detrimental to
M 170 Tn E LINE OF CO GB RO. N ALONG E LINE OF RO IIO TO) 6IA9.04 ....7 47.68 63.19 164.14 commit larceny Monday. committee since its first housing values and should I tie
POB EX NO AlA ---------------------------------------------------------. Mathis Charles Jackson Joseph Pittro, 24. was
.'.7' ..11 .19 ('.75 (7.79 22 89 22 B.99 04 75-39 18. meeting with the regional avoided In a studs of housing
---------------------------------------------------0340-11- "ILLey WILLIAM f W1 I Sow Jj was given a one-year prison sentenced to 15 years in the planners in October of 1975. conditions, \\as lound th.11 !i.:
01 75.. 4449 !I'. OF OIK 3 OP GOVT LOT 1 of Offender
MC GEE THELXA V RT I BOX 123 4154.87 4.64 ...01 (2.99 4171.ll sentence to be followed by Department Land use planning was percent of the homes in the
COM AT NE COP OF Nwl/A OF Swl/4 RUN 9 30* FOR ROB "*1.0' ------------------------ -- -- three probation for his Rehabilitation, a sentence to
TO ST RO 100 3ELV ALONG RD 110' ELY TO E LINE! OF NWI/4 OF .;-os- 9-2 KSVSVON10SiT .: AMP477:It years with mandated by the 1975 ,Florida count were dilapidated
,w".* N TO P08 CORP 899 EOGEWOOD involvement with several I be consecutively where 21-31
'.".5. ...90 46.06 .'.75 110.11 E ,V6' OF NEI/4 OF NEI/4 of from his present sentence at Union Legislature in an act calling percl'ntl'rt'
-- ------------------------------- 4101.21 43.IO (9.32 ( (114.16 burglaries equipment for of such deteriorating and 17-li7 i
: !:!! adoption a plan by >
Institute for
03 7S 039O-I8 ---- ----- ----- -- ------ the Lake Butler Middle Correctional ,
Ppi1P41ie5ST PO BOX 191 24 88 22 9723 10.00 0474-11 with intent to commit July of 1979 Once adopted the percent were in good
RIG AT NW COR OF NWI/4 OP 9WI/4. RUN 13151. S 9O' w ISO*. W4LKER ALFRED R JR 12211 YELLOW P.LUFF School. Jackson apparently assault will have the condition.
S 39S 2451. N 122 TO POB451.A9 N 2OO* OF .. "/. OP Nl/2 OF NEI/4 first broke into the school and murder on a fellow inmate Paw effect of percentagesvar
51.94 42.69 63.19 ( O.O' $270.157.13 12.27 (..55 426O.10 but will be built from the >'mg with location within
-- ------------------------------ -- ------------------"---------------------------------------- was accompanied by other with a pipe
Ol 79 22 A669 10.00 0391-12 24 0..1 9TJ7 0474-02 Ronald Walter Tyre 53. w as ideas of local planning the county
FRAMPTON CECIL 9 ET AL RT I BOX ..0II' WAOE OON>LD N BOX 782 defendants on later attempts be
OF ._1'. OP SWI/4 COM AT SE Cps OF $NEI/4 923.9'NWLV 166.9 SOS POO. N USS'i according to chiet sentenced to spend natural life agencies appointed by
4IA4.23 ...3.. 47.48 .2... 4199.62 TO N BORY OF SE1/4 OF NPI/4.W 55' SLY IIOOSELY 133'?) BEOR deputy July 1. 1976 Agriculture is "t.'adlldl'
the DOR for the murder of
-- ------------------------------- "8-10" A.A. Sweat. in
04 7S 82 467-O91OO 0392-08 441.66 41.99 ..... .'.'5 ..0... Willie Mack Griffin will Lewis Andrew Lindsey by In the preliminary report, dining in l'con"omlc
CARTEA "EANOAO BOX ISO --------------------------------------------------------- the has outlined
COM NW COR SWI0 NEI/4.E 300.S 10* TO S AW OR RO FOR 2. .S.I 57.0 0.T5-0. serve two concurrent stabbing at Union importance in Union County
PONE 100.S ISO* .: 100.N 190 TO POS w4ROIN .AY .TTA HT 19 SOU 257 ideas of growth from which to the report states. Statistics
.11..' '.'. 4.99 ('.1' (19.99 CON 47 SI COR OF NEI/4 PUN tt !I.'."*. NWLV 166.5 FOR PT)4' sentences of three years, in Correctional Institute.
---------------------------------------------------------- eLY! IO3 N 1.07' .LY 110' SLY IIOO SELY 193 TO POS which he will design maps and policies show a 14- percent drop in
e. P4RCFI OESC OK 78-141 RUING THE W.T 99* spend six
of the
23.00 0"01.PAE.cor designating use
07 TS.. 4747 RT 2 BOX 214N 447.'3 2.02 $..T $.'5 76.67' months incarcerated and two agricultural 1 earnings to less
H 4 JR 2 Local 4II'ersTo '
--- -- ---------------------- -------- 156.000 acres in the count) than four of total
OF P S T86FT 01
TS* OF THAT PORTION OF SWI/4 NEI/4 OF RO t J 65-52 3517-00700' -12.05 061-10 and a half on probation. percent
NEIE np RO EX "/0 ft EX 54 671.70 E ft W BY 330' I.! years Union County's estimated
:1.Tg KEYSTONE ESTATES CORP 899 PDGEWOOO 4VE Griffin. with earnings.The .
4 540590 ALE 6EG 750"J OF NE COO OF NWI/4 OF NWI/4 S 63*' W 729 TO 19 was charged of livesin
13.60 (...1 11.00 (,.T. (,'..TO OnTV 1976 population 10.395 local planning
ELY R/W OR PO N ON B /* 641.49 I 967.49* TO FOB C. PA. a concealed
-- ---------------- carrying weapon
oesc IN OR BK 39 P 375-4 less than four percent of the committee composed III l lCarnett

07 79 22 NOT AYS6-OOIOO THERA P 3248-93 TEES NORTH 0349-07 ______IIO.07 43,30--______-94.67--- .__!1_.!!______6122.79 and the incident.breaking and entering in This Friday, May 14. two of land area Timber companiesown Dukes. J 1>. Gnffis.

COM 4T NE CCR OP sal/I'a 1439 TO FOB 16... W 124' N 162. 24 89 22 5017-00700 645116HADAN local It'ers from Bradfordand 84 percent of the land or :Morns Brown Jr. :Martha

1174' (26tSo .74 (1.36 (,. .5 _$iiT8_ ISO nF E 929' *MANS OF S JOACHIM I2O OP N 72O PO OF BOX NWI/A 869W OP NWI/4 Defendants the offense who and pled received guiltyto Union counties III be on 133MX( acres, Of this land Powell :Marvin Pritchett
------------------------------------------------ -- OA 99-346 4-14-72 100 BEING LOTS IS t 16 OP BLK C UN-RECD TV
area only 79,1)00 acres are
09 TS 22 4779 .0.00 O402-02 PLU probationary sentences of two Tommy :Mobley. D.:M Hale
NEw"AN ALBERT J JR RT 3 .0. 311 11.47 ..,. .... 3.79 16.19 usable as forest property :Marjorie Driggers and
wilt OP Nfl/4 OF NEI/4 -------------------------------------------------------- years were Grady, Jackson, They will do their
OH 1,0-10. .1 .9 22 944O 0.90-1S 19. and Fred D. Sirmones. demonstrations Farm and Single family dwellings were 1I0ardIcelll.: : ), will work
.a7..0. ('.16 98.86 83.19 6IR9.I9 KEYSTONE ESTATES CORP BOX 923 on found on an estimated 1.680 with the council
--- --------------------------- -- planning to
LOT 19 eLK C Three
-- IS IN" E UNIT I.IT.OO year probation Home at 6:35: a.m, on WJXT
10 79 22 Af91 1.81 04O2-I6 8.93 8.92 (2.99BOX S2I .80 acres accounting for little develop and implement a land
DI' BOX 149-C _. sentences LorenzD.
DOWLtNO WILLIAM L S JOY --------------------------------------------------"------ were given Channel.
COM AT NE COO NWI/A OF SPI/4 9 lOT...* SLY ON N RHWV 24 89 22 9461 0.90-1. Griffin 18. Willie James more than one percent of the use; plan for eventual adoption
IOO-A .....5. FOR PO8 N I2OEO W I"3' S T80EO 5 :391 TO I KEYSTONE ESTATES CORP 9(23 total land area.Unde'eloped. the commission.
./.. SLY TO N "/.. ELY TO POB .07100351.11 |8 IN K C I UNIT I Lacy. 21. Clarence Griffin Michelle Stilwell from by county

P-27S DISC OR IO2-IS6 83.OO 54.39$67.27 17.60 .... .... (2.99 .1.0 Jr., 20 and Walter Lee Larry. Brooker will and unincorporated Participation in the :North
present a
648.17 41.79 --------------
-----_. __._-_ _----_ -_ : ------_ 28-ii-ii51707-::oa543-------------- ;;; : 18. demonstration lands in Union County Central Florida Regional
1T.OO 04O3-O2 MOORS PAUL 0LOT 0P BOX 312 on poisonous
10 79 226,97.. L K ET AL RT I BOB BOO 4 OP GENEVA POINT ESTATES ( PRO'.AKE N OP LOT TO WATERS OF About $4.500 worth of audio plants. Christine Prokop from account for 97.3 percent of the finance Council has been

ALL wi'..01'.1'El2. o? OF 51111 SEI/4 OF'RS-00 9 OP SR IOO-A 6 S OF EX 9R../.IOO-A 6 81/4 01' GENEVA(...... 62O.89 $.... .,.1. .T.,30.. and visual equipment was Lake Butler will do her total land area of the county, by a federal grant

-------- ---------"-- "--"" """"""-_-*------- according to the ,Fields approved for Union County
oM 1.7-a.0 4o79 taken in the October break- demonstration on poisonous report.
.1..0. .'.'5 .0'.8 23 69 22 O0300 "16 049-1
-.,-..9..1- ------------------------------ -- 8PEEN VERTINCB J* CON DEL ins. Sweat said, and) most of snakes. and pastures cover 16.7 amounting to about SI7tX()
;; ;At2O 2O.OO 040109T 111Gr61'O459'.w1110 SWI/4 SW 1/4 OF NWI/4, N 439*
loll I BOX 192-A ..* SOS *O
OF NSI/4 EX S 40' P430 Application. 101'Security Benefit
OP SBI/4 ....9" .. ... $9.74 .,... 57761A .
PP-609 $3.15$45.76 -- ---------- --- --- .-
f4J.lT 61.27 .2f II ._. ;: ii7r o'is
--_ --------- -- Can He Made TelephoneSocial
-- By
-- RO 051.-00
40.OO 04O1-I2 CONGER Dun LEE loll OVINGTON<< 01 .s O.I'-C-OOIOO
10 ** ** 4401 .T 3 BOX 111 LOT 37 OP *LK A CYPRS S3 BCH I/O P.'LIN AlnT J HOLBROOK JOYCE
Security from
NWI/. OP NWI/4 $2.54$2.55 .55.$ 8163.17 ....0 ....1 $.15 .ITe.AI' .**.V !.i.T8 :.:i-f:!! .aol.7'. areas.Assistance .
49.36 (1.48 -------- will be able to
-- Administration
----- ----- -- with
---- --- :
-- ----------- ----- ;-i3. Medicare
------- ;
-- ---------------- ; ;: 39 6S 22 6i, Dist! 0916.17TUSSIO
1079 22 ;;;; "I BOX 19.00 42 6URNETTE JAMES V 6 EMILY 1210 a 0 A4CHER ROR E 0 704 N OIXON ST give better service by phone, annual eranings reports

.1' O3 541/I O. NWI' O. S .C IN SW COR Disc 106-321 9-11-72 14008 OR '0.-'4 ".1-72 ....79 41.40 42.l 92.49 453.15 reports and changeof
S140.43 ....1 SI.,' ...5. 5154.41 OR 128. ..... .. .. Ballafonte, district managerof addresses are a few of the
-- -
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..7.. OP .10. CARL 6 LOVELOA A 4114.02 (3.42 (5.87 ...SS (125.86 Security office.Applications. phone, eliminating the
.VLOT0. K1.r; SE.51EL/ .7..e OR *.. COM AT SE Car LOT BEACH UNIT W 700' PCM POe .
:5lO loA -- ----------- ------- for retirement necessity of a to the
cOO .0-eT CONY W 86'TMCNCS 186* TO SLY S-2I-B L8G- SJOB 01 98 22 52100i6oaMUCKS trip
.1..9. ..19 ..67 .'.'S .IT.77 ,..0' 8 ALONG 0 A'.1 .....,* N..*. IOO' 87S .2."' TO J4WES C 8 FULLVOOO O4VIO t 09IS-07 BONNK disability, student and Gainesville office which is
-----------------"------------------------------------- PO* 'LOT 16 6 17 OF HL* 4 $4NTA Pf "SMOKES benefits located
supplemental income
.. 04$4-10 ClIO 101-.1 ....T9 at 409( SW Second
107 1.40 ..
0O1Pf1S; : I' M 0 T I BOX 4* !IO." .....,. ..... .."' ..1 .1 (2.SS 517.13J.R. be completed by phone. Avenue. Collect calls
COM AT NE COO OF .01' OP .oa' OP '.1'. PUN 0 TO N* COO OF .hl1L6: -- ------------------0--;;=1. Kelly Tax Collector may may be
'. S 100'. S 50'. N IOO' TO PO* PIC1, Alachua Bradford Levy, received 9 till
ELY ....A FOR p. 0 SO ORB40V BERNARD ..1. *CO OAK OR) I 5/6 4t 5/27 a.m. 4.30: p.m.

OR 124-854$... .10 .1. .,.,. ....T SLV .....,*.OP...t 100* OP...LOT. 6 OP 61.7 INOI.M.BCM.. .*UNIT 1 6H.19 Bradford County, Florida Gilchrist and Dixie county Monday through Friday lit
------------- ----------..----------------M1 resident may call collect 376.2575.

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IN TELEGRAPH: :May 13, 1978

l\lrM. Viola Griffis Revival Set May .15-21 UF Chamber Singers To Perform Saturday At First Baptist Church ,

Mrs. Viola Griffis, 67, of At Lnivei-.it; of Florida including concerts at St. Agnes.
Hope Baptist
Va. Appearance of the Chamber
Route 1, Lawtey, died Monday Chamber Singers will Wllllamsburg
evening. May 10, I in Bradford will be held perform Philadelphia/ and three Singers is supported with a
A revival has been Church in concert at the First Baptist /
York from the
in New
performance grant
County Hospital following a scheduled by Hope Baptist each evening! at 7:30: pm., forages Church of Starke Saturday appearances
brief Illness.Born lii In Washington DC they Fine Arts Council of Florida
City j
Church Theressa beginning 2 through 8. Spiritual evening, May 15. at 7-30 p.m. I y of mass in the and the National Endowment
March 7, 1909 in May 16 and continuing messages will be presented at as part of a spring concert I II I ,,,Ti A sang Church as of part the Ascension a and For The Arts.
level of
through May 21 with servicesat the young people's tour of north Florida.
Bradford County Mrs. Griffiswas 7:30 nightly. understanding. A nursery will William McRae and Donald su .... .... .. ... \ -
the widow of Rollin H. : I ..r.J N v YE NO "<.\... ....- ,a..n"Rumplegumptlan" :::: I .
under .
Reverend Dennis Petty be provided for children Hardy of Starke will performwith "" p.v".ev.PTlOfl"" -
Griffis. Her the ,
parents were pastor of Gethsemane Baptist the 24-member group, (; ,.. !
late William\ L. Johnson and two.Pastor
fr. .r O II
L. Packhamand rr
Church an independent, Merle which will also appear in ,
Florida member Anderson.of the She Smyrna was a premillennial fundamental the congregation extend a Jacksonville Beach Friday i1, : .1 __ ::- 2 ..... '),
missionary church In cordial invitation to everyoneto night.
Church of Starke. 1 is the Scottish word for common sense.
Baptist Conyers Georgia, is the attend the services. Under the direction of Willis I l
Survivors include three scheduled evangelist. Hope Baptist Church is Bodine organist and
sons: Earl L. Griffis of Music is planned for each located on S.R. 100 between Fulbright scholar the CORRECTIONThe
Upland, Calif.. W L. Griffis of service.. Special "Children's Starke and Keystone Heights. Chamber Singers will perform
Law ley. and Homer L. Griffis compositions such as Bach's Keystone Phone Number In DeWitt C.

daughters ofIacclenny: : Mrs. Jewel; Greenof three Richard Greene q ,;II Motet Cecelia"III, "Hymn by Benjamin To St. Jones Ad Which Ran May 6th Should Have
iff 3
Starke Mrs. Oleane Richard E. Greene, 53. of Britten. --Spherical ] read 73-3176
Johnson of Lake City, and Starke died Saturday Madrigals" by Ross Lee
Mrs. Mand Lee Bryant of afternoon. May( 8, in Ft. 9 1 I Finney and the cantata 1'nivrrsity of Florida Chamber Singers will perform" Saturday For Appointment or Drop By Our office
Sanderson; two brothers: Lauderdale following a l "Matchless: [Is Thy Form" by night.:May 15,al the First Baptist Church of Starke.
Volley Starling of Kingsley sudden attack\ ,. e 1 the early American composer STARKE 964-6200
Lake and Hobert Starling of Born September 5, 1922 in William Selby An old recipe for removing egg stain from silver spoons KEYSTONE HGTS. 473-3176
Macclenny.; two sisters: Mrs. St. Mary s. Georgia Mr The herb rosemary was once The complete ers have suggests you moisten a little common salt and rub brisklyon
Alma Starling of Starke and Greene was a medical thought to be an aphrodisiac recently a tour the stain, then wash.
1lrslIce Altman of Miami; supervisor for Pan American
25 grandchildren and 13 great Airlines for 12 years, was a 20-
grandchildren ear Navj:.: veteran of World
War II and the Korean War.
Funeral services will be and was a member of the

held at 2 p.m. today Methodist Church.He T ,
iThursday., May 13)) in Pine is survived by a brother backyard
Level Baptist Church on SRloo Henry Hank< > Greene of
west of Starke with Rev. Starke .
Roman Alvarez officiating. Funeral services were held
Burial will be in Djal Wednesday morning. May 12,
Cemetery with DeWitt C. at graveside in Crosby Lake
Jones Funeral Home in Cemetery with Rev George L bargains!
charge of arrangements. Harper officiating. Masonic ttfJ
rites were conferred and the family centers ,I Iw
flag presented to the
H E.
ii 11 % on KellejBunon American Legion Post

In lieu of flowers, the family
E. Kelley. Sr., 77 of requests that donations be
Melrose died suddenly Sunday made to the American Cancer GL! LW ULLdiL7 wwdis.
morning. May 9. Fund L1 L AYvrr T.ihM .

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 301 S. SHOPPING Starke Fla. rlw mH i
He was taken to Gainesvilleafter \ Home was in charge of CENTER >M til MM :
SMllllf Wilt :1
a sudden attack at home arrangements."iek VMf rrnllN l i iY
and \\as pronounced dead-on- \ ,!

arrival at Alachua General > Tli0111!-, 7B ..J
Hospital G Y Self-Propelled ,, TG
Born April 2", 1899 inafayctte Graveside services were
held Saturday afternoon. :May ROTARY = =
[l. County Mr. Kelleyhas GARDEN
been a resident of Melrose 8. for :Nicholas': "Nick"= ,N,
the 63 Heoperated Thomas 78 of 439 N.:.: Lake '
or past years
Kelley's Restaurant Street in Starke. after his -22"Cut -3V' H.P. ,-
death in Jacksonville Ultra Flex i
for many years before his a $788
retirement. He was a memberof hospital Thursday afternoon. S-POSITION WHEEL HEIGHT Rubber &
the Edam Baptist Church. Born January 29, 1897 in ADJUSTMENT 3"V..
I Reinforced f
Survivors include his wife. Worthington Springs Mr i Iny
Thomas had lived in Starke
Sleety Dees Kelley; one son. ,FINGER PULL START- <
Bunion E. Kelley. Jr. of for many >ears. He was a I
Melrose one daughter Dollie retired carpenter and painter, doc
Ann Glisson of Anniston Ala; and a member of the Churchof >?: .FRONT WHEEL DRIVE sprat] .jpraijeri ,

two brothers. B.M. Kelley of Christ. _
Services were held at the ,
Alexandria Va and SamuelP .
Crosby Lake Cemetery with -
Kelley of Melrose one $12288
sister Mrs. Ahce Watkins of Rev. Jimmy Hargrove
and three officiating. DeWitt C Jones f IQ -
grandchildren. was in charge of P2606 Features three gallon capacity, galvanized
arrangements. steel tank with 10 inch pump 12"
Funeral heldTuesdJv $
afternoon services were in Eliam Survivors include his wife r 1 T&:: LRJ: brass rotating wand, comfortable thumb 1388

Baptist Church with Rev Gladys }Howard Thomas two release valve, 30 inch hose adjustable
Jerry Milton officiating. sons. Leslie Thomas of Live Deluxe Rear Bagger nozzle and shoulder strap.LAWN .
Thomas of
Oak and Wesley
Burial was in Melrose with
Gainesville three daughters. I r
IX-NVilt (' Jones Funeral ; PUSH MOWER
Mrs. Hazel Starling of
Home in charge ofarranl'ments.
( La\\tey. Mrs. Lillian Thomasof
Sherman. :Miss., and Mrs.
In lieu ol flowers, friendsma f
contribute to the Heart Lois Seley of Kissimmee 18 20" cut 3'' H.P engine, recoil start, engine
Fund. grandchildren and 12 great shroud, deluxe fmger-fip. 5-position wheel "
grandchildren height adjustment \V Jo 3''\*" cut deluxe Simulated concrete stone '
adjustable chrome handle. Teara can be filled with sand(for as : r
Gold.STATUARY weight. Save today & .
High school grads 17 to 23 years old. Will train for immediate beautify your yard! '
openings in technical trades. Must be able to travel and accept r,
challenge and responsibility Starting pay $90 weekly with step LADY GRECIAN PLANTER $988 L.
furnished. ..
raises board lodging medical and dental care /
Thirty days paid vacation each year. Must have good health. No JlA I -' 13V' x 13'rSQUARE ,

drugs and good civil record. See Chief Kelly Navy Recruiting GRECIAN PLANTER ,
Station! Bradford Square Monday 10 a.m. til 3 p.m. C-TQ7 ft
f M
? '
lng: <, 5 20( /' 910'PEDESTAL
p EA.9'4"x .

.. Extra; Clean Cars *. \ Y J BOWI-15'k"' x 5V.' Deep

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'g !IlLU 1 L;. LtLL L!: SALES r ';. .

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i company s policy It lo Always AIW admitted
c LANDAU LOADED mi' ( (nuctitntfiM M adtquatt supply out stom In tfwtvtnt
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:)Av4 y'k D D 0 unfomttn taunt tau ml,) providf. ftam. !
/ Chtcl.uponrtquMt ,motdtf,IhaMhtmtfchandiMmay
$2000 5995 | /? r J'1. .purctimd. at 'tht MI* piici tern it btcomviavailable -__..__
or you nuy putt hut similar quality
-, nwrtelnlnnNUalUlpwurdlte/n" It is the policy
: ..ti 4PIECESEATING ot T G tr to, t,.lea: you amoor .ith, yourpurcf rANNAAIEAICARg
:15 15 BUICK
pop-up CAMPER :!! .am.

on 1972 FORD 250 Landau, 2 Door ::Ja GROUP
: EXTRA CLEAN 8000 Miles II ,

$3785 $4895 I \ -- Perfect for casual outdoor fun, with padded PICNIC -''

? \ 1! ., .,:. OF. CAIIrORNIA cushions in fern-floral pattern,Set consists of TABLE SET := -
., :,., 2 club chairs. 1 chaise and 1.24" table.
u74 PONT GRAN PRIX 14 OLDS CUTLASS il Matching umbrella available at extra cost. J
= Pretty blue. Landau SUPREME ,. ', -5 BOARD TOP / '

a: Power windows seats Blue 3 White ,. >,; s, 24"x29"x60"TWO SIDE BENCHES t

: $3s995 $3695 ,,.. $$1'88 $36 8? OF CALIFORNIA 2


Plck.up Air cond auto -4 DOOR

trans camper top Good family car low ,. '
-it extra clean '
mileage ,. ,"., .rf LAWN FURNITURE I"dt

-it $3495 $ ; CRANK LIFTUMBRELLA Aluminum i i ..ca'
,. ; "
i ,r f a ::-, YELLOW + POLY WEBBING ; ,

Hatch Back. at. ac ps SQR.it ,. MATCHES FOR CRANK LIFT
pb wheels, Red.BlaCk Ps pb at Ps, Pb At Ac'f" 4-Pc. REDWOOD UMBRELLA V CHAIR CHAISE f ''

$2295 $2495 ""' SEATING GROUP .G

: $2388 $6ss t 79 1 s

lI.72 FORD COUNTRY SQR. '1895 JC72
FIAT Good Gas Mileage .$995 n
S 69 CAMEROecyi At. AC, . ..'995 ? HD-30 Or ND-30

U .70 PLY SATELITE Sport Wagon-Station. .'795 3c. : V-Strap Styling. Any Size MOTOR OIL

/ I Comes In Assorted x 21"

.66 FORD */2 TON PICKUP .'395 .. Colors. Ladies' $1 00 t; FIRE PAN !
2 FOR Limit 12 \\-21"
And Children's C 1

HEIGHTS I ; Sizes 47
KEYSTONE ; Also Mens G.T. Oil Filters $J79Limit #8056r $2988.

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