Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 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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w Election Campaign

;s:>ouinsiae elementary School:; principal Dewey McKinney has
broken the ice of the 1976 local election year by officially
appointing a campaign treasurer and announcing intentions to
seek the post of Bradford County school superintendent, a post
to be vacated by appointive Supt. Richard Jockel. Council Moves
Superintendent Jockel,appointed July I, 1975, will not seek reelection -
saying he would be happier in another administrative
$ position within the school system. He has balanced the school
v t'i. budget, now In the black after payment of $161,000 in prior year
v adjustments, and woScho see the beginning of final of To
t H1t i Bradford High ol before leaving office i the construction y ImproveMeter<
after the election.
Jockel is the only county officer to announce intentions not to
run. Other county officers with expiring terms have indicated a
desire to seek re-election this fall, and anticipate formal
announcement fees. of candidacy July 6-20 by payment of qualifying 1 Reading i iThree

county commissionseats because "I have a' lot of
r l 1 1 two school board positions things started here I need to Charging that "we haven't go a year without someone
lt? +i and all courthouse officers finish." been operating in a businesslike catching the error?
manner," City Commis. In making his proposal Sil
will be voted on this fall .
The first primary is Sept sioner Vernon Silcox Tuesday cox pointed out that "from
ember 7, the second primary night steered to passage his time to time we have to go to
is Sept. 28. The general election motion placing all utility the public for more money-
is set November 6. meter readers (electric, gas and our own house isn'tclean
.r and water) under control of ." He said he was reluctant -
"' $.-'- '* ''I I I\ II"MrKJ Former superintendent Utility Department Supervisor to raise utility rates,
; Tom Casey "will make a decision Merrill Dees. making some consumers pay
Business a little slow for the first few vegetable growers to duce during the first two hours of the market, offering only shortly" on whether to more than they should in
brine their produce to the Farmers! Wholesale and !Retail cucumbers, potatoes, squash, onions and a few beans, and they run for a fourth term as super. The measure, passed with. order to make up for those
:Market on I'S-301.: which opened Tuesday. Doris Cole, left Eva; are pleased! with the success of their post. Sweet corn and other intendent, particularly) since r out a dissenting vote, met who were paying less than
Cole and Pledger Johns look over their wares as they await the types of beans will be ready for the picking soon, they say, and Jockel has announced Intentions heated response from City they should be or getting a
arrival of customers. The 'oles say they sold about SJO: ) in pro- they'll be back. not to seek re-election. C Clerk Merrill Edwards who free ride if their meters
had successfully fought down weren't being read.
School members Rodney
several provious attempts fo "I know some of them aren't
Hall and A.N. "Doc"
Holliday strip him of of being read because are
supervisions they
Vegetable Market Opens For SeasonFour definitely intend to seek meter readers. grown over with grass, Sil
re-election to District 3 and 4 said Another of
cox provision
seats. Hall, 45, now completing Silcox left no doubt that he his motion was that water
to six inches of rain pickers would bo hard put to Growers at the market corn, butterbeans peas, and a fourth term, had opposition was deeply concerned with meters be painted orange so
over the county in the past find a berry on the bush ithin opening Tuesday complainedof okra will be coming in within only the first time he ran conduct of the meter-reading that they "can be seen."
week, and some hail in the another week heavy losses to squash and another week or ten days, one in 1960. Holliday, completing a department, charging that Edwards repeatedly said
Law Icy area cut the volume of But the prolonged picking cucumbers, where bushes and grower said. Tuesday's offer- second term, is now 69 and some water meters were that everything the council-
produce offered opening the season which started in Feb vines were beaten to the ing included mostly Irish remains active as a sports going unread, some service men needed to know was in
vegetable market at the ruary and continued steady, ground by rain and wind, they potatoes, squash cucumbers, official and part time medical Dewey McKinney stations were being chargedthe the clerk's files, but Silcox
Starke platform Tuesday although without the usual optimistically predicted a and some string beans. .!technologist. minimum when "they insisted he had been unable to
afternoon. peak.," combined with an wider variety of spring pro- The market is open three ""Vounty commission district would have to be using more obtain desired information .
Adverse weather also sig- overall season average of at duce on the market by the days a week: Tuesdays and 1. 3 and 5 seats will also be than that to stay in business about meter reading discrepancies
nalled an early end to the least $5.75 per flat caused one weekend, with no more rain. Thursdays, from 2 to 6 p,m. decided. Lawtey Wreck and that, in at least one .
strawberry season with most grower to describe it t as his and Saturdays from 9 a.m, to 4 Commissioner Dave instance a meter had gone "This isn't a personal attack
growers predicting even the "best season in 12 >ears" The popular Silver Queen p.m. Shuford 53, of Lawtey's InjuresTTwo unread for a period of one but you're trying to
Group 1 is now finishing a year. make it one" Silcox charged

TO VEnT BROWNOUTS third four-year term, and A Starke man and his rider Also incorporated in the Sil expressing hope that Edwardsand
intends to try for a fourth term. were injured late Tuesday cox motion was provision for a Dees would cooperate for
The Lawtey service station night when the vehicle in perpetual inventory of better control of the meter
owner has served as chairman which they were traveling meters, recording the number situation."It .
several times during his 12 failed to make a curve on Sit- taken out of service and the will mean money for the
years on the commission.Commissioner 225 near Lawtey and burst into number added to service each city" Silcox added.
City Okays AgreementTo flames upon impact with a month, and a provision that The bombshell motion was
Hazel Paulk, culvert. the number of bills issued seconded by CommissionerMarc
61, was appointed in December Randall Wayne !Mood 23, match the number of metersin Jackson and accordedyea
197S. to complete the termof of Starke, was released from service at billing date. votes by Silcox, Jackson,
her late husband Dave Shands Teaching Hospital in and Commissioner Joe
Paulk. Mrs. Paulk ran for the Gainesville Wednesday In the fiery exchange bet- WarrenIayor.Commis.!

Buy More FPL PowerFaced commission seat previous to morning with a broken arm ween Silcox and Edwards sioner Charles Schaefer, presiding -
her husband's election and and no serious burn injuries. punctuated: by several "exple did not vote and Commissioner
will seek re-election this fall in His passenger, Thomas O. tives deleted" the Clerk Harold Epps was
Group 5.Ralph. Cassels of Orlando, is in satisfactory exclaimed, "You're steppingon absent on National Guard
with the alternativeof air-conditioninft demand for before the Florida Public Service offered a motion to reduce the Bryan, 43, has servedas condition but still my toes! You could have duty.
brownouts or even blackouts power the City Commission Commission and the Federal rate on large consumers to 2.5 commissioner of Group 3 hospitalized with a broken leg. come to me if you wanted this In another matter that is
during the peak summer Tuesday night signed an Power Commission cents for all over 1,500 KWH since 1968 and does "not The !Moody vehicle was traveling Information." costing the city money the
agreement with Florida before making any rate used per month. The motion intend not to run" for re-elec at a high rate of speed "I have come to you." Sil- monthly utility bill write-offs
--- - Power & Light Co. for a three increases. Later in the meet passed unanimously, to be tion. Bryan is the only county and charges are pending, cox responded. "A year or so Warren asked if a business
megawatt tie-in on electric ing it was disclosed that FPLis effective with the July 1 commissioner to indicate according to investigating ago we had one place that the that folded, owing the city a
: iTtCcr' service, doubling capacity of in the planning stage for a billing knowledge of the possibility of Florida Highway Patrolman meter hadn't been read in large amount of money, could
J1t' mutt its present 1 1.5IW! tie-in nuclear power plant somewhere Another motion by Warrenwas an opponent in seeking the Steve Arnold. over a year. How could a place (See Page: 51>
agreement in Central "Florida less successful when he 1976 election.
The city had requested a 7.5 Nuclear power can be pro- argued that the state-man County Judge Elzie
MW tie-in, but was told by duced one-third cheaper than dated Comprehensive Sanders, now completing a Lake Butler To Check Rates
KP&L representative Sam by using deisel, it was said, Planning Agency, which must first term, replaced 20-year ,
Adukiewicz the limit would be but it will be at least 10 years be organized under the Local veteran Theron A. Yawn hen I
three l\IW's at the present before a land-based nuclear Government Comprehensive Judge Yawn left the post to
time Total capacity of the plant can be in operation.Commissioner Planning Act of 1975 by a July seek circuit judgeship Judge Decide What Is Fair To All PartiesWithout
1 deadline too big a job for
Marc was
plant (before the agreement) Sanders 36, graduated from
J was about seven MVV's, while Jackson's motion to sign the the Council to undertake on its the University of Florida Law federal revenue the city on the amount of sew appeared at the request of the
peak load in the summer agreement with FPL was una own, even with the help of School in 1968 and plans to sharing funds, the City of age received from the prison council to present facts on
months exceeds nine. Demandwas nimously approved. North Florida Regional seek re-election this fall. Lake Butler would have never and the cost of treating it. available grants.
above that level last summer Big commercial users of Planning Council been able to meet the debt to Once the city agrees what Dutton said in order to
and is expected to reach city power got a break at Warren, who had previously Bradford Sheriff Dolph operate its sewage system anda rates are fair to all parties obtain grant money from the
new heights this season. Tuesday's meetinghen prepared an organizationchart Reddish,now 43, is also finishing study will be necessary to concerned a proposal will be Environmental Protection
In signing the agreement Commissioner Warren said he for such agency, said a first term in office. A set up an adequate rate structure made to the center. Agency (EPA) for new con
THURS.. MAY 20 Commissioners indicated no had done "some checking the federal and state bureaus deputy since 1957 and certifiedby Accountant Harvey struction, three steps must
intention of letting the present around" and was "convincedwe behind this movement wouldbe the National Institute for Budd advised the city council Basically all services are first be fulfilled. Step numberone
BC HOSPITAL BO. municipal plant deteriorate. hit the big commercialusers more favorable toward releasing Sheriffs at the University of Wednesday May 12. too low, Budd told the council. calls for a 201 comprehensive -
Meeting 7 p.m. "We're obligated to the too hard"' in the !March funds if there were Southern California, Reddish Evaluating the cost and He recommended requiring facility plan which would
bonding company to keep it in rate increase from 2,25 to 2,73 more citizen input. will run again for the position revenues of the city water, residents within the city limitsto encompass the entire county
SRS. vs. VARSITY operating condition," City cents per KWH for all over After his motion died for vacated by his father, P.D, sewer and garbage systems take garbage service. and include population growth '
FootballgameBHSstadium Attorney George Pierce said. 1,000) KWH lack of a second. Commissioner Reddish, after 24 years at the request of the council, Council members felt it wouldbe estimates for the next 20
6 p.m. He pointed out however Warren said he interviewedone Silcox said, "This thingis Budd said rates charged the hard to enforce since There would have to bea
Adults 52Students there is nothing in the city big user whose bill so new that no one knows Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk of state prison Reception and people can haul garbage to years.resolution of agreementfrom
11 ordinances that specifically jumped $1,200 per month yet what it's all about"not the Court, is now completing a Medical Center for sewer ser- dumpsters in the county with all municipalities to
prevents purchase of emergency under the new rate. Although even the boys at NFRPC He sixth year at the courthouse. vice have not been adjusted in out charge. participate in the plan, said
SATURDAY, MAY 22 power"However Warren originally proposedthe suggested going slow by hav- The former local businessman the past 11 years According to Dutton..
," Pierce said March increase, he .St.t' Page ISI) ,now 59, will seek reelection the contract with the center, The council was informed
GOLF & COUNTRY "when you start purchasing for a third term. rate adjustments were called last month that the sewage Once this is completed, the
CLUB ANNUAL LUAU power on a wholesale basis, for every five years since the treatment facility is operating next step is the design of the
6:30 p.m. cheaper than you can produceit FSP Inmate SentencedFlorida Supervisor of Elections plant began operation in 1961, over capacity. Looking aheadto facility. The third step is filingof
$10 person you are out of the businessof Neva Flynn, 47, has served 13 Budd said. possible\ expansion of the the application along with a
Band CROSSFIRESSUNDAYMAY producing power" He said State Prison inmate la ted, murder of inmate at Leonard the years in the office, to which Budd was asked to computea system, Doug Dutton of the recommendation from DERto
he was not making a recommendation Paul Ulusses Demps was con- Whitehead 38,October she was appointed in 1963 possible rate schedule using Department of Environ give a grant offer for con-
to sign or not to victed of second degree murder 1 FSP gymnasium on had been when Marian Crosby retired information to be provided by mental Regulation (DER) struction.
23 sign the agreement, but that itwas of a fellow inmate by a 13, 1973 mid-term. Mrs. Flynn will
legally ok Bradford jury and stabbed five times with one seek re-election for a fourth James Hutchinson ,
REDDISH FAMILY County fatal wound in the heart, who the
The would FPL 2.2 term. II engineer designed
city pay sentenced to life imprisonment II
REUNION cents per kilowatt, while cost by Circuit Judge R.A. according to the coroner'sreport. Chiles Aide To Hear ProblemsBradford present plant, estimated a

Union Primitive of producing power in the Green here Tuesday afternoon Hul- County Tax Collector J.R. County residents County Courthouse from 1 cost of approximately $300,000
Baptist Church Public Defender Vic to double the capacity of the
2.5 KV\
Dinner served 1pm. municipal plant is per slander presented evidencethat Kelly, 61, will also run for reelection who are experiencing probp.m.. to 2:30: pm. plant.
it was said. It was pointed out Demps, 30, was chargedwith the death was inflicted in this fall, having lems with federal government "I know that many people
FILM FEATURE that FPL would have to goLtMerette first degree, or premediFSI'Superintendent self-defense, as Demps also served in the office since 1949. agencies can present their are experiencing delays and
"Adventures of suffered knife wounds in the Kelly has also served as cases to a representative of other problems with social The federal government
Bullwhip Griffin" Named Incident. The jury, allowed to deputy clerk and Supervisorof Senator Lawton Chiles next security, medicare and would fund 75 percent of the
3:15p.m.: lessen the charge,brought In a Elections for Bradford Tuesday, May 23. other agencies, and we can cost of the application pack-
BC Public Library B.J. Leverette, assistant with Secretary Louie W'am- verdict of second degree, or County and has only had sometimes help to cut the red age and construction
superintendent at Florida wright. prerrfeditated, murder. opposition for the tax post Bo Johnson, Chiles' North tape involved in getting these improvements, Dutton said.
Courtesy Ol State Prison, since October, Leverette, a 16-year veteran Demps thanked the judge as once since the 1949 election. Florida District Assistant, cases handled" Senator In answer to what it would
1975, has been named to suc of corrections in South Caroline the life sentence was pronounced will be available for visits Chiles said. cost Dutton explained the
ffi1lt Cannnutithj&talr ceed Sidney F Fortner as Georgia Pennsylvaniaand Property Appraiser Gene with residents of Starke and "I hope people will feel free planning stage could run
flank superintendent of the institution Florida, has been acting In other Circuit court hear Long has held the office since surrounding areas. to come and talk with BoOn between $3,000 to $13,0000
effective May 19, accord- superintendent since Fortnerwas ings this week: 1954 when it was called "tax Tues. May 23, Johnson about any problems with federal depending upon the status of
Account No..I".urN 40,000 bytn U0Tit ing to David Bachman, DOR transferred to the Avon -Judge Green granted a assessor," and has run will be In Starke in the County government or to express the collection system.The city
FederalaepU .ur..tc..Corp. assistant director of operations Park Correctional Institution motion of acquittal for FSP unopposed since that time. Commissioner's Conference their views on current legisla would pay 25 percent of the
-- ---- with the concurrence April 30 (See Page i) Long 55, will seek re-election Room No. 129 of the Bradford tion" total amount.



TELEGRAPH May 20,1976
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9T/e/layl OI,9f.rf: { <64.jae{ @I Temporary c editor Charlen Francis. !i.WJ: 1 J{I Church The Sandra First of Saturday United Starke Huggins Methodist was the In First, Oler Methodist Crosby Exchange Ceremony Vows

1 __ -------------- -- setting for the marriage last
Saturday evening of Miss
Shower Given For Terri Woods, Bride-elect Huggins Wedding Party EntertainedMiss Sandra Kav HugRins s .! yr
and Mrs.
daughter of Mr.
Terri Dawn Woods, Woods, the prospective introduced them to the Mr. and Mrs. Lacy C. daisies, were used down the George T. Huggins, of Starke, r :
bride-elect, was honored witha bridegroom's mother Mrs. receiving line. Mrs. Carlton Crosby of Gainesville were length of the tables. Yellow and Lacy Oler Crosby, of Fort c t' r n
miscellaneous shower last Jim Sullivan, and the bride- Chastam showed guests to the hosts last Friday evening at a candles were used in the Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday night at the home of elect's grandmother Mrs. dining room where Mrs. Joe dinner party in the Pecan centerpiece and along the Lacy C. Crosby, of
Mrs. O.E. Crosby on Linnie Woods. Warren cut the cake, and Miss Room of the Garden tables. Gainesville.The .
Westmoreland Street. Corsages were presented to Shellie Smith poured punch Restaurant following the Among the out-of-town candlelight ceremonywas
Arrangements of varicoloredroses the bride-elect, her mother from a crystal bowl. The wedding rehearsal of their guests were the bridegroom'saunt performed at 8 o'clock by
were used in decoratingthe grandmother and the refreshment tables were son, Oler Crosby, and Miss Mrs. Lula Anglin, of the Rev. George T. Harper
party rooms. bridegroom's mother on covered with lace cloths over Sandra Huggins daughter of Valdosta, Ga., and Mrs. pastor of the church.
The receiving line was arrival. linen and accented with silver Mr. and Mrs. George T. Sophia Nell Rockwood, of Placed in the vestibule, on
composed of the honor guest, Mrs. Rose McConnell candelabra holding blue Huggins, of Starke.A Jacksonville Beach, a long either side of the doors, were
her mother Mrs. Thomas greeted guests at the door and tapers,and a bowl of red rosesin time friend of the Huggins two seven-branch candelabra
a brass container.The yellow and white color family. holding burning tapers, with ,
scheme was used in During the evening, Miss jade fern at the base. At the CI
gift table was placed in decorating the U-shaped table Huggins and Mr Crosby church altar were two a ff
the Florida room and was where guests were seated. presented gifts to their standing baskets of white
WE REBUILD covered with a beige linen The center arrangement was wedding attendants, the gladioli, daisies, and baby's
cloth edged in lace. Gifts were of daisies and mums, while organist, Mrs.L.J. Green, and breath, flanked by
Starters Generators displayed by Miss Pam Woods sprigs of ivy, entwined with soloist Miss Kathy Taylor. candelabras. Placed in the
and Miss Kathy Wainwright background were Jade palms ,

Alternaters O.E.Floor Crosby hostesses and Mrs.were Carlton Mrs. Terri Cochran Hon ored With Showeryellow candelabra.and an Pew arch-of-light markers Tr

Chastain. Miss Terri Cochran, bride- lace cloth, centered by were white satin bows with
for cars trucks heavy equipment you name it. streamers and garlands of
elect of Joe Wilson, was an arrangement of yellow and
B&M Hostesses were Mrs. honored Thursday night, May salmon gladioli, flanked by English The traditional ivy.
Carlton Chastain Mrs. 6, with a miscellaneousshower two green tapers.
- Johnnie Hanson, Mrs. Joe given by Mrs. Edward The cake was centered witha played by the church
Starter & Generator Warren. Mrs. Mac McConnell, Douglas, Mrs. Robert Bowen, pair of cupids and organist, Mrs. Inez Green. She
Miss Pam Wood, and Mrs. and Mrs. Doyle Thomas at the surrounded by white swans. also accompanied the soloist,
649 North Temple Ave.In O.E. Crosby. They presentedthe home of the latter on Morgan Games were enjoyed duringthe Miss Kathy Taylor, who sang,
"You Made Me Feel
Back of Greyhound Bus Station honoree with the gravy Road. evening, prized awardedto "
beat to her chosen pattern of Karen Brown and Judy New, as the bridal party

Operated by Ed Green china, and a corsage. The honoree was presentedwith Carver. assembled, and "The
later in the
Wedding Prayer"
About fifty guests were a corsage in colors The hostesses presented the .
invited to attend the party matching the color scheme honoree with a forty-five pieceset ceremony.Given
4-29 Stchg 5-27 between the hours of 7:30: to used in the party rooms. The of china as a memento of in the marriage bride by her I:
parents wore a
9:30.: covered with the occasion.
table was a gown of white organza with I"J

high scalloped neckline and r .
II fitted sleeves covered in .
ft'i fact. FAICMeSate scalloped appliques of ,:, ,'i( '<. ,
Elea foams Ei1 Chantilly lace, accented with ,
64 nun MVWHIH tiny seed pearls. An empire
US W HOIID rm DISCOUNT sroffcsSUPfR bodice covered in
M1Aa'i Chantilly Mr. and Mrs. Oler Crosby
wlyrl lace, featured a sheer

decolletage. The floor-length Tommy Bishop, of Following the reception the
A-line skirt was edged in Gainesville served Mr. couple left on a wedding trip to
99t scalloped Chantilly lace and Crosby as best man and South Florida.
featured a detachable chapel- ushers were Dewayne McRae
length train with appliques of and Billy Huggins, of Starke, Open house was held at the
lace and seed pearls. Her and Larry Wilson and Larry home of the bride's parents,
headpiece, of Juliet styling Sandifer, of Gainesville. following the reception for
3 SIC DAYS' THURSDAY.! FRIDAY AND S4TORJysAYE was covered in Chantilly lace Following the ceremony, a out-of-town and invited

..... and seed pearls with a sheer reception was held in the guests.
illusion cascade,edged in seed church Fellowship Hall, The bride is a graduate of
= 1=XJVMR SIYE 21" I'.101'0 EXPECT TIDE pearls, falling to the where guests were greeted at Bradford High School and
..". TOP MAKER DRESS fingertips. Her flowers were a Santa Fe Community College
TlWai, 111 lUll IPERER, 1-7, le"R.Y/ "/ SUCKS TO SELL cascade bouquet of white and presented to the receiving School of Nursing.
daisies, baby's breath Mr. Crosby graduated from
TWITlWIU ulh.AlTSIZE! line.
__'e l a : FOR 114 U $11 English ivy,yellow roses and Centering the cake table Gainesville High School and

foweb 2 88CoS 88c S ,>u, r stephanotis attached to a was a four-tiered white Santa Fe Community College.
} white Bible. wedding cake, flanked He is now employed as a
DISCOUNT met WASiitrtl" ....=:::: DISCOUNT PRICE WAS J Tf on cardiovascular technician at
either side by two silver
!i: Mrs. Dewayne L. McRae, Fort
Myers Community
sister of the bride,was matronof candelabras with white tapers .
and white satin bows. The Hospital.The
YALOEflU3 honor, and bridesmaidswere
YUBt PICS! punch bowls were surrounded couple will reside at
Mrs. William Meng St.
SIVE 31%
UYI M TO 0% rusno UEEZ I 9.88 S Petersburg; Mrs. David by English ivy and white 2929 Broadway in Fort Myers.

MSI 1 RMRER SETS, ITS.,S-MI, I utirs IWR Mendenhall Stone Mountain daisies.
HUT Mlwuei DISCOUNT mm WAS and Serving punch during the
HITS.L/ ,SAL Ga.; Miss Patti Watson Denefield-Parks
IIUIRS millS HIM UATltl Gainesville, Miss Dodie evening were Mrs. Roy
0 $ C 8 8 C FIR IIS OUIAL HIM 1 lllltltt.hl'.t.' CM*.ittt McRae, niece of the bride, Jackson Mrs. Richard 1
8 8
wA a laiyesla' CUM nMw tats vitUHISlStMt. I I mi Hi tills! Tk* wmt ft MId was flower girl. Dugger, Mrs. Al Coston. Mrs.
WASJIS.tWT wsSjA1 .bA 1-12. trttt hr sytt. CMrtwl mt The attendants wore gownsof Debbie Mosley and from
m. M 1M rfct b tumni arid canary voile, with a striped Gainesville, Mrs. John Luke,
IE,21o. 13,110. wtHiri f ffici II tittni stretch bodice, and sur.straps: Mrs. Tommy Chastain, Mrs.
.. st .*nW.nfers.Sins 2S4tit featuring a full skirt and Dale Beck, and Mrs. Mike

matching shawl edged with a Cox.

ruffle of striped voile. They Cutting the wedding cake
carried daisies
nosegays of \Mrs.
were Lloyd Huggins and
and baby's breath and wore
Mrs. Earl
F Jeffords aunts of
v sprigs of baby's breath in the bride; Mrs. Billy Hugginsand
their hair.
Mrs. Tommy Huggins.
the bride's
Keeping book
TilE BRADFORD were Chad Preston and
NI rr.MEST Fun, SAYE 19% 2L t11 3.88 COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished Miss Mary Helen Crosby,

MILT TO LAST LIV1spu % MIIEIIEEF FLAVIRSUIW1CI 0 every Thursday sister of the bridegroom.Also .
LIAF IRIIICIEII DISCOUNT nice WAS tMRMRARECAR at 138 W. Call Street assisting at the
C LOAF Starke,Florida 32991 reception were Mrs. Bobby
11 Taylor, Mrs. Eston Jordan
208 8
? Second Class Mrs. II H. Adams Mrs. O.L.
postage paidat
TO tut ur mi ***t EuWmtJ Miss Denefield
?4L$C ws itjtn.WMti,tai 7-11 \\ Starke, Florida Haynes, Jr.. Mrs. J.R

VwAs 1 SrlSiA, .- SAYE ll% SIYE 11" ..rfl Wainwright, Mrs. Charles A. The marriage of Miss Alpha
Subscription Rates: Darby, Mrs. J.W. Ritch Mrs Omega Denefield. daughter of
b- 3.88 4.88 In trade area: $6.00 per Henry Godwin, Miss Barbara Mrs. Areatha Denefield, of
1 year; S3.50six months Godwin Miss Melody Lawtey. and Isom Parks of
t / i # r. DISCOUNT met WAS 4>4f DISCOUNT MICE" WAS 11.91 Huggins Mrs. Jack Eaves, Starke, will take place

ra sL NEWS ILII tan RRT-OT MIT IIRIIRI, SCENIC Outsjde trade area: S7.00 Mrs. Charles Johns, Mrs. J.E. Saturdav, June 12. at 5 p.m. in
COVCPSB SMRTS, 1M% MTTM PR1RT SUITS, FIR MRWiw per vvar: S4.00 six", months Hardy and Mrs. Robert Philadelphia Baptist Church,
/ 4 mum*. Immt ritk 4 itciiti.tuq Uli Mi*,lib it mtiti- Green. Lawtey.
Wj tiff* I ta-UcM. .*t Scott criwM tatpa.MLim All friends and relatives are

High school grads 17 to 23 years old. Will train for immediate invited to attend the ceremony
VALUE /ltlsl openings In technical trades. Must be able to travel and accept and also a r cept following
r !r i challenge and responsibility. Starting pay 590 weekly with step at Kelly's Nile LImIt.raises. .

L board lodging, medical and dental care furnished. ____ __
USE 12" mt 43% u% YLLUE PLUS!
Thirty days paid vacation each
sun*tow DISCOUNT met year. Must have good health. No
ds MUR MUR Ul FLO FUTTMSIIM Mir T-SIIIT wrnrvcin. IRLS SUIT sum {ITS'Ul Tims FIMIISBIIVERSIIEBK R 1 drugs and good civil record. See Chief Kelly Navy Recruiting Mrs. E.W. Hayes attended
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Alpha New Delta Gamma Officers Kappa Chapter sorority Installed of Evelyn arms by: Sinclair Ernestine ADK sergeant-at-SororityAlpha McRae ----cpg(0CP g gj(0CU- 8u\l\ CW f----

installed new officers for 1976- historian; Lucile Johns andHuth
78 at the Holiday Inn on May Frazier chaplains; Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Kramer and brother-in-law Mr. and Friends of Mrs. Maxie Mrs.John G.Sims,for the last The Baldwin Chevrolet Old's
12.The Willie Mae Denton, treasurer; celebrated their 55th! wedding Mrs. F.H. Kramer Mr. and Carter Sr. will regret to learn two weeks.
luncheon tables were Racena Santanglni anniversary with Mrs. A.J. Mrs. Rhodes are also that he is a patient In North
centered with patriotic corresponding secretary; Barry and family at the spending two weeks with their Florida Regional Hospital in Mrs. W.F. Herlong and son
arrangements of red and Eddie Joyce Sexton Homestead Restaurant.Dr. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Gainesville.Mr. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Formula Is No Secret
white carnations recording secretary; and and Mrs. William Manor and Mrs. Mark Herlong of
Bicentennial place cards and Gladys Thomas, vice .and Mrs. M.J. Pickeringand family of West Palm Beach. and Mrs. Julian E. Jacksonville, spent last
favors marked the places of president.The daughter Priscilla of McRae has recently returned Thursday to Monday at Bing's
members, and the honored following new officers Tampa spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto from a trip to England that Camp near Marineland. Alsoon THIS IS IT!
guests, Frances Kalv, of St. were installed by the retiring with his mother, Mrs. L.N. and !Mrs Mable Denmark all Mr. McRae won through his Sunday of this week Mrs.
Augustine, retiring chairmanof district chairman: Gladys Pickering.Dick of Jacksonville, visited Mrs. company.Mr. Herlong had as guests anotherson
District II.Following Thomas president; Rocena Carolyn Redgrave on Sunday. and daughter-in-law, Mr.
the invocation by Santangini, vice president; and David Ritch oi and Mrs. Richard St. and Mrs. F.V. Herlong of
the chaplain, Lucile Johns, Sandra Duncan, recording Jacksonville visited their Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Godwin John received word this week Jacksonville.Mrs. Mix Liberal Portions Of The
Carolyn Canova secretary; Jeanne Loper grandmother, Mrs. Carrie D. and daughter, Linda and son, that their son Vincent St.
accompanied by Jeanne corresponding secretary; Hitch on Sunday. Bob, have ben visiting their John stationed in London, Morgan Richarde and
Loper on the accordion led Jewel Crawford treasurer; families, Mrs. Bertha Pearce England has been promotedfrom Mrs.Alice Barron had as their Following ingredients :
the group in singing the ADK Eunice Searing and Evelyn Mrs. J.C. Vining of Palatka and Mrs. Eve Godwin this radioman 3rd class to Sunday night dinner guests
Friendship Song.President Sinclair chnplams; Ernestine spent Monday and Tuesdaywith past week. Also visiting Mrs. radioman 2nd class. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Mrs.
Register sergeantatarms.The her aunt, Mrs. L.D. Pearce during the past week Janet Turner of Starke and
Frances new president Vining. were Mrs. Edna Hill of Mrs. Earl B. Searing Mrs. Martha Hurst of 1. Integrity
Hamilton presented presented the retiring California Mrs. Annie Mae returned Monday from Indianapolis, Ind.
carnations to the following president with a past Mr. and Mrs. Errol Rhodesof Ensor of Jacksonville and Mr. Washington, D.C., where she
retiring officers for 1974-76: president's pin.Jimmy Beaver Falls, Pa. were and Mrs. E.R. Smith of Largo, had been visiting her son-in- Mrs. A.J. Barry and
Sunday visitors of her sister Florida. law and daughter, Mr. and children. Drew and Adrienne 2. Energy
flew to Atlanta this past
Joe Andre ws Is Quarternion Inductee At Furman BROOKERIN weekend to attend the

Wed in TampaMary Mr. and Mrs. James L. tion to the values of the Quar. honoring their son and 40 Southeastern Guild Meeting Yarncrafters and 3. Enthusiasm
McCord of Hampton Andrews attended a luncheon ternion Club. other members of his class of BRIEFPUBLIC Needlework Show.
and Michael II. Chitty of May 3 at which their son, '76 who were recently selectedto w, ,
Melrose. formerly of Slarke Jimmy was inducted into the Mr. and Mrs. Andrews also membership in Phi Beta SERVICE Out of town guests attendingthe <"..
were united in marriage on Quartermon Club of Furman attended a banquet May 11 Kappa scholastic fraternity. Please observe Mail Box family reunion at the 4; Truth In Advertising
Saturday. :May t. in Tampa. University in Greenville, S.C Improvement Week May 17- home of Mr and Mrs. Charles ... "
Kev Keith Spurgers of The Quarternion Club is an 22. Place address on side of Dinkins on Sunday were Mr.
Tampa performed the honorary organizationfounded (How To Succeed Tickets On Sale Box as approached by the and Mrs. Harry Stallings and " ceremonyat his home. in 1903 by four seniorsat Carrier.Fix up crooked Boxesor family of Gainesville Mr. and 5. True Volume Merchandising .
The couple will reside at Furman University Exclusive Tickets for the spring dinner Tickets are available from Post.! Paint Rusty Boxes. Mrs. David Christopher and
1228 S. Howard Ave in to Furman Quarternionis theatre presentation of "How Woman's Club president Pat W.H. (Hicks, Postmaster. family of Waycross, Ga.,
Tampa where Mike will the highest honor a Furmanman To Succeed In Business ... Spengler at 964.6046 and Brooker, Fl. 32622BIUD.L Capt. and Mrs. Bobby Allen
continue with his tape may receive. Each year Without Really Trying" are Marian Douglas at 964-7451)) A and daughter Amanda of Fort 6. Realistic Minimum Pricing
ministry lie is the son of !Mr three or four seniors are now on sale for evening presentations percentage of proceeds are SHOWER Hood. Texas Miss Sara
and :Mrs. James L Chitty of selected on qualities of leadership June 4.5 and 12 anda earmarked for the American A miscellaneous bridal Barefoot of Jacksonville and
Melrose: scholarship and dcdica- Sunday matinee June 13. Cancer Society. shower honoring Mallene Mr. and Mrs. Richard

---.-.-.-.-----..-.-.-.-.--..--..--..--.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--..--........- (Ham and turkey dinners Wells, bride-elect of Dennis Cunningham and daughter 7. Service Before & After Sale
will be served i at 6 p.m. at Stowe, was held Monday, May Marla of Keystone Heights.
I FATHER'S evening performances. The CochranWilsonEngagement 17,at 7:30: p.m. in the Brooker Those attending from Starke
DAYSURPRISE i show begins at 7:45.: : Dinner Baptist Church. Hostesses for were Mrs. Inez Green and
Mill be served at 12:30: for the ToldMr. the occasion were: Jean P.M. Barefoot. 8. Non Frantic Salesmanship
matinee with the show Douglas, Debbie Outlaw,
I beginning at 2 p.m. and Mrs. D. Larry Dottie (Cranford Lavern Mrs. Delia Cole and
Cochran of Lake Butler, Edwards Mildred Harrell. children and !Mrs. W.H. Hart
1 1i announce the approaching Linda Cox Inez Green. Rose went to Gainesville last Leave Out :
Thomas DavisEngagement marriage of their daugher, Mott, Kim Hodges, Doris Monday.
Terri Denise, to E. Kellty.
Joseph Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.G,
ToldMr. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs The Hostesses gift was a set
Carl .1. Wilson, of Starke. of revere cookware. She Holton and Mr. and Mrs. 1. Price Leaders

OF A 130.00 : and Mrs. Donald R. The wedding will take placeat received many useful gifts. were Eston their Jordan brother this and past sister-week
Davis of Gainesville the First Christian Churchof
in-law Mr. and Mrs. J.W.
SURPRISE announce the engagement of Lake Butler at 7:30 USES SHOWER
p.m. Friends ef Betty Hayes will Jordan of Shreveport, La. 2. Down
their daughter, Lynette Thursday, May ?7. Imaginary Payments
FOR MORE Celeise. to Raymond Glen host a linen shower Thursday
2 INFORM TIC A reception will be held in
of Mr. and Mrs. May 20, at 8 pm. at the
Thomas son the church fellowship hall OES SupperSet
CALL LARRY DEVERICK 964-5857 Glen H. Thomas of Hampton. after the Brooker Community Center.
All her friends are invited to 3.
i \\loddmg"iIl take placeat ceremony.; All friends and Microscopic Monthly Payments
3 p,m. on June 12 at the relatives are invited to attend. attend. SaturdayStarke
home of Dewayne F. Cowart
"of Waldo. All friends and PERSONALS Chapter No. 224 OES.
i relatives are invited to attend.I HomemakersHold We are thankful Mrs. Eva will have a covered dishsupper 4. Baloney
Harrell is able to be home
Saturday, May 22. at 7

.. PARTS I rrjtMrs. ....1. ........... .... ... LuncheonThe from Hospital Bradford in Starke after County she p.m.All in Masons the Masonic and Hall.their

: : Herb Her res and sons. Bradford CountylIomemal..ers fell and broke some ribs. She
-- families are invited to attend.
"The Results Of This Formula Are
:Devrick Auto Parfce Inc Matthew and Joey, attended a Club met says she is mending comfortably
Thursday, May 13. at the .
family reunion in
j 1J\\ N CHERRV ST PHONE 96.4 585, STARK.E" 5 home of Mrs. John Greene of :Mr. and Mrs. C.H Croft of Always The Same:
..........................N6i........ weekend.:Milledgeville.\ Ga. this past Kingsley Lake, for a covered St. Petersburg visited her Little Women Plan

dish luncheon and meeting.Mrs. sister, Mrs. Eva Harrell, World Satisfied Customers""This
Greene installed the Saturday. and Sunday !May 15- Disney TripAll
following officers: president IS.
Gerfl Tripp, vice-president !:.""M.and Mrs. Paul Prescott members of the Little
Martha Miley. secretary Ruth and Johnny visited their.aunt, Women planning to go to Advertisement paid For By
'rG Johnson and treasurer Debbie Mrs. :Mamie Markham and Disneyorld on Saturday.
& Wilkinson.The Sandra in Lake Butler Sunday May 22. please meet at the Satisfied Baldwin Chevrolet olds
: club voted to give $25 to afternoon May 16. Also visiting clubhouse at 1-30() pm.
Tasha Livingston 4-H girl her were her granddaughter Hotel iI'cumod.ltions and Customers"
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TELEGRAPH l\hylO,1916: HAMPTON AREAfamily i:



rJ : Ez: & to Mrs. Oil financed woodworking I:

: prelude ta Margaret the lucky winner Crawford of the who"Super was expenses.Congratulations. to Gene
who was given the
Mom for 1976"award given by; Joyner Award at the
Radio Station WDVH as i a Citizenship
special Mother's Day gift! annual 4-H dinner held in
the prizes awarded Starke on May 14. This award
Among In part for good
were a Microwave was given
Margaret Colored Sylvaniatelevision record keeping and general 4-
set carpeting H participation. Gene was a
tIff valued at $500, a new pair of member of the Poultry
shoes monthly for one year, Judging Team and the 4-H
sumirtei free hair styling every monthof Council. He will be given an
and a lovely; expense paid trip to
Ilt.: :CLl.Il.idlt! ;ljjJliJtE! ( month flower- year arrangement for a year. each We Washington out as part, D.C.of his after reward.schoolis

U. S. 301 S.SHOPPING CENTER $13 r k 6, FI3 festivities understand as Margaret part of was the Ricky We Wolfe send and good April wishes Stevens to

Open Mori Wpd 9 to I, n ThUl'l Rat!' 9 10 9 Sun 12 t0 escorted around the city of who were married Saturday
15, at the homeof
= Chryslerand
c- :. Gainesville in a new
......._. \. was treated to dinner at Ricky's sister, Wanda, Mr.
and Mrs. Carroll Tidwell. The
the West Coast Seafood
-' PICNIC TIME Restaurant along with her nuptials were performed by
.djo husband. It appears that Brother Harvey from the
be Lawtey Baptist Church. Ricky
t r Margaret was not to
outdone by her mother, Mrs. presently serves in the Army
\ Lillian Hall, who was the and will soon leave for Fort
FOAM CHEST truck Jackson, N.C.
winner of a nice pickup
.t\\ Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall
about a year ago.
28 quart foam chest with Julian and Debra Cribbs are helped Raleigh Brannen
: molded handles. the proud parents of a baby; celebrate his birthday on May

girl arrived, named on May Martha 7. who 9 with Lobster.dinner They at Gainesville'sRed visited Bill

Maxwell who recently had
.We wish to congratulateDollie
Murner and Paul surgery at North Florida
Ej 99 LIMIT 3 McKenny who were crowned Regional Hospital and reporthe
R14 \\dI.: EACH King and Queen on Mother's; is making good recovery
Day at the Starke Church of there.
: .' .. r God. They received this Please pray for Karl Hoist,
father Lee Phillips, who is a
: award for saving newspaperand
'' PAPER TOWELS coupons for patient in Alachua General
Golden "T" 1 I JJJJ/J/h : s;:; ': food magazine and household Items. Hospital. He has had a long
to in good health
These coupons in turn are sentto struggle keep
: OR8ENT the Tennessee Children's= and would appreciate being
CHARCOALBRIQUETS Fl20 two ply sheets ROLLS Home for Orphans or one of remembered in Hampton and
OWELS Asst. print borders.: 2 874 the other orphanages Starke. He was active in the
FOR sponsored by the Church of Senior Citizens Club and
God.Perhaps members of this donated his handiwork to
LIMITS community might be many local projects.
errnuu.F'PAPER PLATES interested in saving couponsfor Please remember Charles
\ -: Dolly, or another member Omar Lefebvre who is still a
of the Church of God, to be patient in Alachua General
,, 9" dinner White 100 ct tI
M t entirely from wood size. after undergoing
..i 10 Ib bag package. 6 j 7J ... collected Mrs. Murner at a future is happy date. to surgery Hospital three weeks ago. He

report that their pastor, Rev. is the grandfather of Steven
Drake,was able to preach last Spell.
\ -, / LIMIT 4 Sunday. He recently We are happy to hear that
underwent open heart surgery Bill Maxwell is making steady
and is making wonderful recovery after surgery at
Y recovery. North Florida Regional

24"HOODED Goppertone Happy Birthday to Mrs.. Hospital.
BAG Lucy McGunnigle who will be Mary Dell Brown is still
89 years of age on May 21. She confined to Gainesville's
is fortunate to have her Shands Hospital. Perhaps a
wonderful daughter, Evelyn cheery note would encourage
Diamond" BRAZIER SUNTAN OIL Vaughan, devote her life to these patients.
ppertorle $H27 caring for her. The Hampton Senior
ALUMINUM OR LOTION We wish to salute the Royce Citizens Club is scheduled to
GRILL Joyner family! They have meet at the City Hall on
spent many hours working Friday evening, May 21, at 7
Protection from painful sunburn. omol with members of the Hampton p.m. This meeting is open to
FOIL'D' 2315B I the golden glow of summer safely and 4-H Club this year. As a resultof anyone Interested who claimsto
beautifully.I & their efforts all pupils of the be 50 years or age or older.
cell operated motor& EACH elementary school enjoy two We hear that Bill Summers
oo spit 4 position center lift 8 beautiful bird houses which one of the last of the Big
--a cooking grid Folding $148 4 OZ. SIZE LIMIT 3 Royce and Randy put up last Spenders -- is signing a
fOR tripod legs week as a surprise These bird contract for a haircut, in
houses were made as a woodworking anticipation of the May 24 visit ,
project under the of his cousin from Ocala.AliceH. I
THE ULTIMATE IN OUTDOOR direction of Mr. Joyner by Calder, as he has not seen

8 Track LIVING IS ... I Gene and Jimmy Joyner, her for almost 40 years.
ds GULFLITE David and Larry Stone, and Congratulations to Bucky
'-- & REDWOOD Randy Young. Wm. Silcox of Melton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Curf Ut.. Starke representing Standard Clarence Melton, who has
completed his high school
CHARCOAL Comfort size lawn furniture. Durable redwood seats and Y requirements as a student
STARTER backs with sturdy aluminum frames. yI majoring in horticulture at the
Mr.and Mrs. Michael Bakerof
I Quart me For
Orlando visited Monday
4 tatter tires $ O99 with his grandmother, Mrs.
RH. Parker he left Sundayfor
$1C Lackland Air Force Basein
Ea, / 1 ( FRI. SAT SUN. San Antonio, Texas.
,, \ Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weestof
Ronny Howard! 'In Miami are spending their

77c ., vacation with his mother,
A W/wn uwdreyoun162 Mrs. T.F. Brown.
Albums ? Mr. and Mrs. Avis James
[ and sons of New Port Richey
were recent weekend guests of
the Pat Murner family.
Sympathy goes to the familyof
ITGy& Y Brother Bill Carens,
Assistant Pastor of Hampton
$299MOWER LUCAS riLM/COPPOLA CO Pioduclion, Baptist Church, whose father
\ following a heart attack.

\\ John Wayne In"Hellfighters" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark

had as recent visitors Buck
iiAO/O and Oveida Clark from

22 Cut. 31' HP Lakeland who spent a few
Briggs and steal 4 \ days with them.
ton Engrnes. 8" GARDEN CART 1 301 Kenny Clark enjoyed
\ making the first home run in
I Playmate the Chamber of Commerceball
30X19X11 Tray 3 Am zrr team recently.Mrs. .
ICE CHEST Frank Clark and Pat
ft. .
cu capacity Sat Clark wish to thank Hampton
Young looking lightweight, plastic .
Lake residents for their

cooler afthirl. Swing sets the open fashion lid. In fashion scene \\SmU: splendid collection for response the American to the

aW1226 WHEELBARROW Hold 18-12:. $Q99 THE miSSinG rum RITRCKS I I Cancer recently Society conducted.which they

W Cans.. +J EA 1113113a m. Nyw"CNl@PA91tAes\ A9UsnRAI NrsAR's II I Mrs. Louise Hogan is a
1i! aal kMl9hl'ta tiwr.o' :w I patient at the Gainesville
32X25X6" 3 cu. ft.a Convalescent Home.
capacity. PLUS Mrs.James Nesmith servedas

Alan Ornsby In hostess at the Parade of
SLIDE AND SPLASH POOL Homes tour held on May 9 in

"Children Shouldn'tPlay the Jacksonville Avondalearea.
Fun in the water.for your youngsters. Slide She conducted tours at
OUR 8 8 down and splash In. Many hours of cool play the home of her son, Tom, on
In this ,fine Coleco pool. Herschel Street. Tom and his
o $12 wife, Diane, bought this home
CHOICE! EACH With Dead Things" and remodeled it, furnishing it
with anitques and their own

T $12 Sun MonHfjtudent creations Including a
r GAS CAN EACH chandelier made from stained
.. r glass, their own kitchen
) cOLECO'a cabinets, and home made
E I gallon gas 5 FOOT furniture.
J/ can with pull James Nesmith and Major
\ s0 up spout ct y'I'riig [!! >> Body LaNier enjoyed a fishing trip
s I' 88 PEACH to Cedar Key last Thursdayand
: Jt: X11, / 1 PLUSflftta1tfe returned with a good
J catch of speckled trout
#W 1226 DELUXE 4 Eugene Meng and Delores
Brown had an exciting
ROTARY MOWER i\ \ experience while fishing at
I McIntosh Fish Camp on
F tiger pull start S position wheel 8888 .t = Orange Lake last Sunday. An
adjustment Folding handle 88 : ; alligator was interested in
their bait and finally ended up
nL with part of Lorie's fishing
F --- line.

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I 200 Attend 4-H Awards ]ProgramApproximately : ; Five County Ina Hayes OBITUARIES I

200 4-H'ers Tammy Baldree, Jamie Douglas Handy Merritt, i sie Tucker. Lori Stone, Dea Mrs. Ina B. Hayes, 85 of will be In Crosby Lake vices at John M. Brinkley
and their families turned out Whitehead, Terri Parrish, Randy Balkcom, Mike i Gaskins, Kathy Griffis, Budd Horse Frolics, Gainesville, widow of the late Cemetery.Born Funeral Home in Macclenny,
for the Bradford County 4-H Tammy Johns, Wynette Andrews, Harold Waters and ;Belanger, Betty Sue Rudd, Maston S. Hayes, died Friday, December 12, 1887 in Rev. Lawton B. Thomas and
Awards Program last Friday Joiner, Carol Fussell, Donna Gene Joyner i I Evelyn!: Duncan, Lisa Lynn, May 14,at her home,following Clay County, Mr. Lewis was a Rev. Coy Taylor officiating.
night at the Starke Elemen- Mowrv..Deborah Green.Janet Those 4-H'ers receiving blue ;I Robin Schewda. Mark Crews Set SaturdaySome an extended illness. farmer and a member of Pine A native of Baker County
tary School Cafeteria .I Randy Andrews, Harold Born in Lake Butler, Mrs. Level Baptist Church. Taylor had lived in Jackson-
Waters and David Stone. Hares was a long-time Survivors include his wife ville 15 years.Survivors .
Paula Kay Anderson and 250-300 riders are resident of Gainesville and a Nolia D.Lewis; one son MeedC. include his wife
Harold Waters received special ;- The following 4-H'ers expected here Saturday, May retired school teacher. She Lewis of Lake City; two Mrs. Dorothy Newmans Tay-
received red ribbons for their 22, for a long day of frollclng lor son, Christopher Paul
leadership awards. Citizenship was a past Worthy Matron of daughters Mrs. W-L. Thomas ; a
awards were presented project work: Gene Joyner CarlJohns at the horse arena at Bradford the Order of the Eastern Star, and Mrs. Paul Faulkner, both Taylor of Jacksonville;
to Stacey Hayes and y Stacey Hayes,Jill Hayes, fairgrounds.At and a member of the Seventh of Starke; one brother, Jeff parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Gene Joyner. Camp scholar- Jody Drawdy, Darla least 12 clubs from a five Day Adventist Church. Lewis of Starke; one sister, Taylor of Starke; three bro-
Roberts, Tammy Barnes, county area are expected to thers, J.W. of Jacksonville .
ships for 4-H Camp Cherry She was a daughter of the Mrs. Ophelia Moore of Taylor
Lake, to be held in June, were l lv Monica Green, Valerie Cason, participate in the biggest rid- late John B. (Doc) Crews who Brooker, eight grandchildrenand Edward Taylor of Rai
Debbie Anne
awarded to Drew Andrews, Phillips Mary ing event of the year here.The served as state senator from four greatgrandchildren.DeWitt ford and Allen Taylor of
Kimberlee Dowling, Randy Miller, Lynne Waters, Ricki event is being sponsored by Bradford County in the days C. Jones Funeral Starke; four sisters, Mrs.
Young and Jamie Whitehead. Harris, Brenda Dorminey the Bradford Roping Club for before the county was divided. Home is In charge of Eloise Davis! of Pierson Mrs.
Genene Dorminey, Lisa the NE Florida Saddle Club Foy Mae Franks of Jacksonville
Tammie Johns and Stacey Tucker Julie Her husband was the first arrangements.
Association. Some 800 to Glisson of
Hayes will be representing 1,000 superintendent of public Mrs. Lavon
Griffis,Evelyn Duncan, Cindy
Bradford the Flo- spectators are expected. New Smyrna Beach and Mrs.
County at instruction in Glades County. Paul 36
Lynn Kathy Hardison, Betty Taylor,
Sign-ups begin at 8:30: a.m. Lee Fender of Starke.
rida 4-H Citizenship Short .. : Sue Rudd, Donna Mowry, Saturday and riding events set Surviving are a daughter, .................
Course in Tallahassee. Gene :-f. # Mrs. Wilda Bradham of St.
,36, was
Dana Luke, Charlotte Luke, Paul Vernon Taylor
The Kev (Hull
to begin at 9 a.m. Rides will George says
Joyner National will attend the Paula Kay Anderson Harold Waters and Tasha Livingston Dollie Murner, Drew continue for all age groups, 5 Petersburg; a brother, buried Friday, May 14, in things are-nc\ t>o dark I hat
Citizenship Short Crews, Lake
receive leadership awards at the annual 4-H Awards Programlast Clark, David Lake
Andrews Bryan years through the 60's, until Sapp Cemetery near the bigot and gossip can'tlocate i
Course in Washington, D.C. Mrs.
Butler a sister
Friday night. Fussell, Jimmy Joyner, and all are finished probably ; Butler following funeral ser- a stone to throwThimh' _
Chosen for the "I Dare You"awards Gertrude Moore of Altamonte .
,which are given to the Duncan, Budd Belanger, Tina ribbons on their project work Randy Young. sometime around midnight. Springs, and three
outstanding boy and girl 4- Baker, Camilla Livingston, were: Dollie Murner Lynne Those receiving white Events scheduled are the grandchildren.Funeral Fishing Supply
her, were Jill Hayes and Zed Millie Capehart, Kimberlee Waters, Penny Riggs, Sharon ribbons were: Sandy Douglas pole bend, basket weave barrel services were held .
Hamilton. Dowling Paula Kay Anderson Fussell, Janet Duncan, Renee Mary Hardison, Shawna arena race, Texas at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 16, in NurseryCrickets
Tasha Livingston, Maria Mott, Michelle Stilwell, Lori Rowe, Greg Mayben, Ricky weave plus an open race. Johnson-Hayes Chapel in
Those 4-H'ers receiving blue Mullis, Melanie Parrish, Hart, Deborah Roberts Doll Mayben, and Guy Wayne A chuck wagon will be open Gainesville. Burial was in the '
ribbons and medals were: Cindy Douglas. Steve Waters Susan Douglas, Toot- Parrish. all day for short orders. A family mausoleum in Crews 150% Per 100
served.chicken pileau dinner will be Cemetery near Lake Butler. Wigglers-l65Per100

Inmate............... Meter Reading...... Nine age groups will ride in Earth Worms 150 Per Cup
City Community College. the events. Point winners will Emery C. Lewis, 88
:hJ 1ou..Know Besides touring the Los (From Page 1) (From Page 1)) be determined for each eventin Funeral services will be Shiners--"a-( ) $2 Per Doz.
she also each over-all
Angeles area spent age group an
inmate Joseph Cecil Walker, amount held at 11 a.m. today Minnows-20 Doz. ..
some time shopping in have the delinquent winner in each age group will \{
Local admittances to the Mexico. charged with escape. added to the owner's resi- be named, and the top point (Thursday, May 20) for \\Q i. 2:, ', c\. .,
Bradford County Hospital this -Willie Mack Williams was dence bill monthly until paid. earner for the day in all events Emery C. Lewis, 88, of Starke 40% Off At.=: :.. $;.:.
week William include Cannon: P.M Clarence Barefoot, Capt.! and Mrs. Bobby R. found guilty of assault and City Attorney George will be recognized. Some 280 who died Tuesday morning at ', ;; l
Allen and their ten-month-old battery on his former wife, Pierce said a man's businessand trophies will be presented to his residence on South Water Most Shrubbery
Mrs. Nannie
Scoggms Maurice White. Mrs. White home "two distinct the various Street following a lingering
adopted daughter, Margaret his were winners.
Thomas Mrs. Alma Starling, and Hanging
Amanda, were visiting friends suffered minor gun shot entities" and one could Gerald Griffis of Raiford is illness. :.'_
Mrs.Doris Miller Miriam Mrs.Johns Inez Davis Mrs., and relatives her over the wounds in the October, 1975 not be billed for the other. president of the Bradford Services will be in Pine Baskets t{
incident. Williams was sen- Level Baptist Church with
of Club. Elixson is
weekend They returned Minutes a prior meeting Roping Ken c
Mrs. Huth Lee George Wednesday to Fort Hood, tenced to one year in the disclosed that a recently vice-president Jackie Hersey Rev. Roman Alvarez, Rev. No. End Of Bradford Sq. =
Prevail all of Starke Kaiford; Mrs. Texas, where Cap! Allen is Bradford County Jail and closed business owed the citya is secretary, and Ray Bryan L.L. Parker, and Rev. Frank 518 Edwards Rd. Starke
Blossom ; stationed with the 1st Cavalry ordered to pay $1,00 to the $1,500 delinquent utility bill treasurer. Starling officiating. Burial
Thomas Thompson Keystone Division. fine and forfeiture fund of the which was in last month's
Heights and Owen J. Anders wrote-off. -- y w_ - -
l..atey. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews investiga- Pierce said if the owner
have returned after spending tions were ordered on Jesse went back in business then he
Mr and Mrs. .) O Gay and several days at their cottageat Carl Gray, 25, of Waldo, and could be billed for the delin- For
Mrs. U.C Gaof Gainesville Little Switzerland N.C. Jackson T. Brooks, 19, of quent amount.
attended the Mars Hill College Hampton, after entering pleasof
commencement exercises in Library Film Is guilty to grand larceny of
Mars Hill ;\i.C. where their George Hewlow in March o m For
Show Set
son Gregory Gerald receiveda Gold Rush Comedy"The -FSP inmates Jimmy Har- Puppet AmericaGuaranty
BS degree in biology last Adventures of Bullwhip rell and Willis Bill Lowrimore "The Golden Egg" a
weekend Griffin," a comedy set pled guilty Monday, May 10, to show featuring a
during the California Gold escape. Harrell received a
lonely little rabbit who finds a
Mrs Kent Booker recentlyreturned Hush will be featured in the sentence of one year to run friend, will be presented by
form the with the
Bradford County Public consecutively sen-
the Bradford County Libraryat
lnleriuiiion.il Heading Library's May film program tence he is now serving and 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 25. FederalIt's
Conference held in Anaheim, Monday afternoon. May 24, at Lowrimore was sentenced to This will be the last
('a I hr. She tended( as a 3: an additional six months with preschool
story hour until fall.
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First Born Church: of the -i hi'' 4
Living Gad Rev. S.V Cohens, Irv !
pastor. Weekly schedule as II / ttM
follows: Tuesday night IMR01
Prayer Meeting Wednesday REGULAR. MENTHOL YANiIM _
night Terry Service All Gr OR LIME SUPER t LONE
members and friends are
Invited to cooperate with the [
fund raising project CLOATE FI HIIG N f lA NEIGH
Sunday service will begin BATTERY BATTERts
with Sunday School at 10 a.m. oz, 14 OZ. u, 91
Morning Worship at 1130. 11 0 Z. ALL FLAVORS _
YPW at 5:30: pm. Evening REGULAR OR MINT LIMIT ONE WESTWOOD .. _'_..m' __K'U'.' PAK OF 2
Worship at 6:30: p.m.
New Bethel and Ebenezer PRE-SUN
Baptist Churches. Rev Leroy ECf ERD 4 OZ. BATTERIES
Baptist Church weekly e HELPS PREVENT "C" OR "D" DELL
services begin Wednesday
night with Prayer Meeting

Sunday Sunday and Bible services School Study at will combined.9:30:begin a.m.at I $ '

Morning Worship at 11 am 9 9 17

The Afternoon Fellowship service at at 3 Nebo p.m. 59C hi449 49' LIMIT 1 l8.I 40C

Baptist Church, South Starkeat ONE
4 p.m. evening service

Thursday Ebenezer) service Baptist Church begins ASLE ALSO: IN AVAil.3 02. REG 2.59 .

night with Prayer
:Meeting and Bible Study
combmed. Sunday school wilt
conclude services for the day \
All members are inVited to J'.,11 .
attend Fellowship flour (.11 OSCILLATING HUDSON

Bethlehem Free V\ill \'. .. GALAXY i' t DURALITE SELF PROPELLED
Baptist Church, Rev Jasper N. R
Williams Weekly \' CONDITIONS\ \ Af
service as follows; :Monday J 1.75 LlMtT fI ;
night Tiny Tot rehearsal was t
ONE FAN Eaey to wet 'See through'tI
held Tuesday night prayer Wi\.1.A )
meeting Wednesday night ml I 3 SPEED i funnel polyethylene top pmplAm cont.uer nano end
Senior Choir rehearsal. All I S QUIET MOTOR Eeclueve MmMae, nozzle 1 0988KO.i.S1Rftl
services start at 7 30 p.m aprep minimum amount
Thursday night Story 1I0ur at jlI MODEL 2150 \ r g.vea meemum rover.
the church. Friday night age. For /gallon of tprey. r II
Ushers Board No. I will partl, \ REG 3 OZ. CC m INCHbT
,I 11 I .".'EROSOL
cipate in a usher's anniversary N. IT ) ,
in Green Cove Springs, Ie..1M 8 BRIGGS i.
l'sher's Board will go to, 'ban BAN BAS 1L I STRATTON
Keystone Heights to parti 1 .

cipate anniversary In ,a usher board .""'" ... PiRSPIRAti REG. 19.99 : t. .fNGINE

Sunday. is Trustee Day AN -i- oz. EG
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Services will begin with LENSES 139:88: :
Sunday School at 9:30: am. HARD CONTACT
:Morning Service at 11 am. fOR LIMIT 139 VIGORO
Dinner w ill be served at 12'30 p. phES 10.V110 HIhD RNiS-H'MD PROCTOR SILEX GRASS CATCHER 1.88
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Service at 6 LIQUID IRON
Evening pm. au BA
Grove; :Mount :\Iorlah l'nitt'dIt'thodlht and: Pleasant ;?? SOI.U'IO" ELECTRIC JUICER _,j GASOLINE

Stilt Church p.IotorThe Parish, Rev Willie i ; \ VET.16 REG. 13.99 ONE 11 LAWN EDGER

Adult Choirrehearsl.'s p- a8 "ewe GALLON
Young ? a \ \T '"0e
each first and COMPLETE
!>t'l'ondIonday: night at 7 30
JunIOr Choir rehearsal at 6 B 00\
HOMt 8888
pm ever)' Tuesday night
Wednesday night
prayer 1.1
meeting at 7 311 Thursday RESSORE ..
night Bible Study at 8 p m. I JUICE IN ro ( ,
Friday night at 8 p m the SECONDS 2 HP.4 CYCLE
Heroines will sponsor a ELECTRICITY BY MONSANTO Looxs uKS BRIGGS 110
program. Sunday School rill DOES THE WORK DRESS UP STRATTON
conclude services for the day LADIES DOOR MAT YOU ENGINE
at 10 am.

Youth Fifth, sill Sunday render activity a program The ,I Petm BRAZILIAN WOOD 5 FT. STEP SAVE$2.11 3.99 REG. N I 1Ei '

ilt 11 a m Speaker gill be :Mr MILLS collar
tick& Ilea
Carl Tyson Dinner will be K SANDALS WOODEN
served after service
REG. 109,91
The adults gill render a io COOL AND LADDER
program ilt 2 p.m. Everyone is MONTHS.. COMFORTABLE!
invited to attend. REG. 5.99 y ISCIA.. X 50 FT. LONG
True Church of Gal l In t ,
Unity. Elder Sampson White REG. RUBBER/VINYL
pastor Weekly services begin 10,99 8'
:Monday night with Prayer PWM 8 REINFORCED HOSE
:Meeting Terry Sl.'nice. .
Wednesday night Bible Study.Friday TICK and FLEA Full 3!!side rail;lndne/r REG 8.99
nIght Sund.Ist'r\' Ces POLAROID
gill, begin, with Sunday) School COLLAR
ilt too\( In :Morning worshlpatti
J. m EH'I1Ingorshlp 7 88
Cr..atl'rIIt'n; Chapel r ,r l o SHOOTER
1.sLF:. Church, Hl'It G WALK t j DOOR OR WALL 6630
Hl'astlt', pastor Service CAMERA
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schedule Tuesday night KILLS SHORTS :. / :
I'rill'r11't'tmg: and Class }' MIRRORS
meeting combined Sunday FROM USES B
'l'r\'lel'S will begin with KINDS Of rouR01D
SlInda\ School .11 111 am REG. ASSORTED \ INSTANT filM.
:Morning service. at II a m TOE! U 2,69 AND PATTERNS 6881 CATHEDRAL 3 ELEMENT fOCUSING 1999 IMPULSE
The Young Adult Choir w III LENS
render song service at ::1 p.m.Sund.1 REG. 1,99 / OBLONG 588 RED. PRICE to es SPRINKLER',
\ for He\ Shanks iltl'OIon' ;
/ REG 7.88 '
(Community Everyone
that can IS invited to !go The WITH SPIKE
Fellowship Hour "11bt'\ held e QJ ADJUSTS FROM HEAVY TO
ilt I pmnUoch 11 OZ'MEN'S 9/\/ FINE WATERING
\ :Missionary Hdpti't
Church Rev Dennis Stronlt TANK :
pastor Service Activity !' 19ft NUGGETS .ZENE E P. '' J '
Thursday night Prayer REG, TOPS ''aRp MODELPART : 488
:Meeting at 7 ::10 p.m Sundae $1.15 OR
,en ices sill began "Ith t 'DG0rr$ 'l KODAK REG. 5.99
Sunday School at it) m ASSORTED COLORS.REG, 2.49 KILLS )
:Horning service ilt 11 m k'; CHROME FILM SALE! :
,Choir 1 mon will bl' held .It PLANTERS MOTHS' 59 U
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pm an Putnam hall\ Q 1 CAN IUU3S.20.KMUS.20 I LOPPING
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Rev Richard Bethel! pastor i s 1

Sunday\ services School at begin to "lIhSund.1 m PEANUTS 100% FOAM-VINYL SLIDE FILM . : SHEARS j

:Morning;' ( service at 1 II m HARDWOOD oSLIDE !R! 249
Afternoon service iltI P m CHAIR PADS COLOR fiLM .
41.0, :Notre. 9 9' 2.69 SUPER MOVIE FILM .I, 35' REG. 4 49
Interim Pastor
Sunday : Sunday School 9-15: e BOB COLE MODEL 3 99
a m. :Morning Worship t it I e REG, 5 99
am. Chlldren's (Church i ia 11
m. Church Training 6 1-:
pm. Evening Worship
servile of Baptism 7 30
pm Nursery provided t I % t

during:Monday all services: Ladles Softball / HANGER SALE Get an eola set of Wilen you pick up your
game 7'30 pm Pratt St t 'y prints willi every roll
I developed him and
Park. of color or black and
HANGERS-8 PAK pronlS, buy two rolls of
Tuesday : Ladies Bible REO.9% willie him developed ta
Study 10 11m ; :\Ien' softball .y IDEAL FOR d end printed 1E1R Kodaeolor I or black end
game 7'30 m Westside wMte" him for the regular
Park I OR PIER MEN'S WOODEN N eAa DAY prtee of one TODAY

Practice 7io:: pm.. Prayer _ _ _ _ _
Service 7.30 pm.. Adult ChoIr f1S''
ThundolyLadlt'S: Softball PRICES THURS.. MAY 20 THRU WED.. MAY 26m

Meeting practice for 6 all p.m"workers. V B.S.and TH SCOUPON H 1918 SPINNING REEL I ODP( ( mffi 0 (QQ!J J Q

teachers 7'30 pm MAY 22,
game 7:30 p.m. Westside LI ,
Park. Bridal Shower for MIss I COMPLETE 12
Linda Hill 730 pm Church J WITH MONO

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Grace, nope Deadlocked in Softball Tornado Varsity-Senior Football Hattie Set Friday I

Grace Ba flit and Ho IR hv, Madison; Street l>_.n'lat.. Rame in the bottom nr the _
"a. tackle
Baptist ended the first half of Madison Street Baptist led 17- eighth: The annual Seniors vs Varsity endWiIUePerryguardDavid; sity is having a good spring Earnest, 195; strong Lee Casey, monster man
M. Women's Church slow pitch 13 going into the bottom of the Clairnell Branham went 5for5 Football game Is set at Godsey and linebackers Cur- practice Hurse is anxious to Charles Reames 210; strong Charles Revel, cornerback
". Softball sponsored by the seventh inning but First for Madison Street Baptist Bradford High stadium at 8 Us Crawford, Jerome Reddish see how the new veer option guard Waisel Mines, 181; cen- Kenny Aycox, and safeties
;ti Starke Recreation Department tist came up with four big Bap-runs- and Denise Dicandio had p,m. Thursday night. May 27, and Emmitt Bright. offense will\ work against ter Jeff Jockel, 185; weak Franklin Bell and Erie Blggs.'tCoach
when the Tornado eleven "We do expect a good ball experienced players and to guard Isaac Cummings, 175; Hurse {
: ,all tied up with identical to tie the game 17-17 and put four hits for Madison Street new says he-Cl
&S 4.2 records. the game into extra innings Baptist. Ellen George led will test its wings against last game. The seniors have a lot see how the new Tornadoof weak tackle Bobby expects to play everybody In:1:
q A play-off game will be set First Baptist with three hits. season's veteran teammates good ball players and they defense will hold up. 205; split end Stanley Friday's test.
R; to determine the champion. Madison plated the The Seniors usually win the usually win," Coach Hurse Tentative starting line up Williams; pro man Allan Norman The following Friday, May
A )thiller lasting eight ahead run in the of go-the Adams Illuvin game, Head Coach David says. for the varsity will be: 170 pound sophomore; 28, the Tornado eleven plays"in
t innings with 37 runs scoredWSJ eighth but couldn't top home up Tournament Hurse points out but he is On the other hand, the varOffense: Tight end Steve quarterback Jimmy Prevatt; the annual grid Jamboree at'':!
In NC fullback Jimmy Clark 235; in"
Florida Field
looking for a good contest at 8 p.m.
:;' Monday night. May 17, saw the lead as First Baptist came and back Andrew
wv:jMw. First Baptist Church edge 19- back with two runs to win theLADIES Bill Adams! outstanding Admission is $2 for adults Hurse Pleased In Rain Carter running, 188.Defense Gainesville with Eastside,
." amateur golfer from Starke and $1 for students. It is the Gainesville High and Santa Fe"
survived the second round of only spring scrimmage the : LE Jay Godwin High Hurse says he'sy
Golf Athletic Department is asking LT Marty Russell LG received conflicting reports
C /I the North-South Amateur
r-.. Tournament in Fmehurst fans to pay to see, the other At Scarlet-Gray Game Kenneth Cruger RT Dennis but thinks now the Tornadoes
# Vme N,C. Tuesday. two have been free Hurse Brown, RE Keith Carter, will be playing GHS and Santa
Adams finished seven holesup points out It was a wet night in which a was very beneficial the coach strong linebacker Jimmy Fe in the third and fourth .
10 with six to go in his Tuesday The seniors will be quarter- Gray team plagued by said. Clark weak side linebacker periods. 'I
k round The tournament backed by Richard Lashley fumbles lost 24.8 to the Scarlet That was in contrast to the flr
', one of the largest amateur and will have such stalwarts team in a Bradford High first scrimmage the previous I, u' I'wUr-. .

MUSCLE SHIRTS events in the country, started from last year's Tornado var- intrasquad football game last week which Hurse called one W'O'. .., ; 'llw.. ,,,; I; 11
. with 128 players and was downto sity as running back Beaver Friday but Head Coach David of the worst practice sessionsof
.Multi Color 32 players after Tuesday's DeSue,who gained 1MM(( )yards Hurse expressed satisfactionwith the spring.Dlillions Construction, ..
round. last year; Tommy Edwards the scrimmage. ..
Short Sleeve In qualifying rounds Saturday 220-pound first string all-state Though not too much rain
and Sunday, Adams shot a71711H9 tackle: tackle: Wayne Scott, fell during the game it rained lo Billions! We Build Block &
.Cool N' Comfy to make the cut. middle guard Scott Pooser; hard before the scrimmage,
Wrr a7 Q Over the past ten yean the
the field and the
f7 leaving soggy
i- ; "' Nb/ } .Sizes 8.18 ball wet. "Still I thought we number of public employes has Brick Homes :',
:J/ had a good game" Hurse risen at more than double the
r / \ Wear With Jeans Or Shorts -- --
I Mary Carter Paints said. growth rate of the private sector .:
[Main difference the ,
r f) Just $467r' between the two in evenly play We Also Do Stucco '
In 1965. the
: ,} 102 E. Brownlee 964.7721 divided teams was the government at
: ":. < LADIES DRESSES fumbles, Hurse said. The all levels employed about 10
\ -. The Tr.wox Hydro-Mist carpet cleaning system Gray team, led by quarterback million people in contrast to Call' 7823215Or
61 million workers in the private -
dries freshman Jeffery
to as a vacuum. Cleans deep :
$19"to$24"LADIES Is as easy use
\ held onto the ball more. sector. In 1975. public employment
s: thick and soft. Do it yourself
fast leaves carpets 782-3923
Big lullback Jimmy Clark, had grown almost 50
!i PANT SUITS 40% Off the professional way. The Trewax HydroMist.Some :235: pounds ran the ball the per cent to 14.5 million, while '
3 & 4 PCS system I is available for rental at Mary Carter most and the hardest and was workers!. in the private sector 1J
Variety Of Styles "Sizes 8-20 Original Price Paints, 102 E. Brownlee, Starke, Florida. the leading ground gainer, had risen to 71 million an increase F- You Can't Beat Our Prices
,", Running back Kenny Ajcox of less than 20 per cent
also hard. Clark scored
$**> CONVENIENT : = All Mary Carter Paints twice. Aycox and QB Norman
s "SS Se LAYAWAY PLAN cz:::::: i once each for the Scarlet
25% Discount: off Regular team, all on short runs
:= Mon. thru Thurs., Sat. The Gray team scored on a

I r: 138 Starke E Call. 9am 5:30: Dm Price FOR CASH (Not t Checks) run beautiful by running 6b' .yard back broken Andrew field Readings by l Itlrs.AbbeI I

9am 6:00pm: Friday PRICE GOOD THROUGH JUNE 30 Carter "One of the best
::: broken field running jobs I've l:;;; READER & ADVISOR 1
:d:; seen said.Each in a long time Hurse _:.:t:.:;): "Will Read your Entire Life" Past, Present, Future. i

line had a minimum of r m.. I Guarantee Success Where Others Fail!

I-ITO& Y prelude tosummer. sive three line.starters.guard Waisel On the limes Charles offen-at Re-member the Bible says (hit God is the groin healer and solver of pro

strong Reames at strong tackle and blenis and God gave me the power to help those who cannot help themselves
Bobby Smith at weak side Are you laving difficult, problems' I'oor health! Money or job troubles? Un-
tackle had (good games happmess, drink! Love or family' troubles' Do von ever get loiKly unhappy.discouraged' .
Hurse said. Tight end Steve : Would you like to be reunited with the one you love' Mould t;
I I FABRIC SHOPS Earnest also played well you like" more success and good fortune in life?! If you have any ot these problems -
Hurse stated. or others like them dear friend then here is a I new way that I is helping I
The secondary performedveil thousands. Mrs: Abbey has discovered: this new method of !healing: and now is ,
: good defensive ball- obligated> to help others

games being/ turned in bv : will where others have tailed, Restores lost ,
Mrsbbey cure you your nature."What
Franklin Bell A>cox Erie
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I" BUS] Athletes Recognized In Spring- -- Sports BanquetBradford

High winter and
spring athletes gathered in
finery to accept trophies and Director NowAs
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Basketball, weightlifting, you seek to become more knowledgeable
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players and parents.Cheerleaders voted for their to a meaningful conclusion may be one of your most important.
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Laura Kay Thomas. R 1 consider the quality of his establishment and its ability to accommodate the
Varsity basketball coach I
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Player award went to Milton rr knowledgeable in advance of your need. They also welcome the

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Most Outstanding Player tJP"Out..tandlng Inquire now
awards went to Wayne Berry s ___
Willis Berry earned a trophyfor
the Most Assists and senior BUS athletes take home a myriad of trophies Back row: Ruth Hazen. Jeff Normal Merrl Ormsbee Jennl- RENTAL -
Alfred Ross earned the after the annual Ml Sports Banquet They are 11-ri), front row: for Jockel: Ricky Johns Jimmy Prevat. Kirk llunslnger. Jack-
Sportsmanship Award for the Larry White Charles Revels, David. Carter, Alfred KO-.S.Waymson Prevail Erie Biggs( Joe Lazpnby, Mike Crews and Matt Hospital Beds Walkers Wheel Chairs & Crutches
1976 basketball season. Wayne Berry Milton Baker. Hcrres. Laura Kay Thomas and Wade Winkler were unavailable -
Berry a three-year basketball for the picture.In \ .
letterman, earned the Most DeWitt C.
Outstanding trophy by leadingthe presenting varsity base- also presented a "Hustle" players said Coach Melba No awards were given for Jones
team in assists in 1975 and ball awards coach Ronnie Award to Ricky Johns Howard in presenting( the ladies' track,as the season did Phone For Appointment
in scoring during the 1976 sea- Everett praised the team, !Most Outstanding Lady award not conclude until last week Funeral Home
although it had a 10-7 season, Tennis Player award wart to Larry White No 1 seeded end with state competition.Coach Or Drop By Our Office h
son.Four outstanding weight for putting together the best Jennifer Jockel Mho led the men's tennis player for BuS Melba Howard said she Starke
lifters were recognized by season BHS has had in nine BHS ladies with a 22-19 took the Most Outstanding would announce her award Starke 964-6200 & I
Coach David Hurse for scoring years, beating "everyone but record in the number one position Award for the tennis season winners in an assembly at
points in state meets John Buchholz and Lake Butler facing the best area from Coach Jerry McGriff. school this wet'k. Keystone Hgts. 473-3176 Keystone Heights I
Kilby, David Godsey Steve Most Valuable Player ,
Earnest and Mike Crews were award for the baseball team -- I
praised by Hurse for helping went to Jackson Prevatt, a .
bring the squad to fourth place junior who maintained a .346 I II I
in the state meet. batting average while holding
down I the catchers' position,
Mike Crews who set new and pitched several games ;
state records in his weight Most I Improved baseball WE WANT
class for the state receivedthe player trophy was presented
Outstanding Lifter Award. Jeffrey Norman The
Crews won the state title in the Coaches' Awards went to I
148-pound weight class, and in Jimmy Prevatt and Charlie
a southeastern no-age-hmit Revels who "make coachingeasy FAIR YOU TO (
contest recently came in ," Everett said
second, Hurse told the crowd. Matt Herres took home the

Erie Biggs won the Most Most Outstanding t Golfer t
Valuable Wrestler trophy award for keeping a 39-stroke .
from coach Roger Chilson, average during his fourth and SUPERMARKETSI,. I,
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Wade inkier, who improvedhis :
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I } Tigers Fall 6-2 To Fort Pierce Nine In Title Game \

ST CLOUD John Carroll ....... .. (Hemme brought his record (hen crossed! home on a :1\111.:)!)(
High of Fort Pierce sopped up Its, ". ] 1IIII I ,of seasonal strikeouts to 203 by loot, home run hv shortstop
six runs and nine hits from ace Pc striking out three Fort Pierce \\liitehead. Ha/en then
Tiger pitcher Bill Hemme to it 00.0CNS players in the game. White- stepped to the plate to slam
drown 6-2 Union County'shopes utDRx 8 head raised his leading one:11I0: feet mid over the fenceto
of attaining a first state Pere s Iq flrR ( i I batting average to .310( by secure a :3-0 lead
Class AA championship here going two for five in the two Lake Butler increased the
Sunday afternoon. championship games. lead with a drive
; scoring in
Held over three days u ,. n vr Hemme. Whitehead and the sixth when \\hiteliead t l led
because of rain from Thurs.day's demons hold the
now spots on off with a double and lla/en
5-2 romping of Century,
Suwannee All-Conference reached first on an error
the Lake Butler nine jumped Baseball Team, Coach Harold Ksford: then singled,
Orange Park Fl off to an early lead in the first Stroemer announced
& of this driving in Whitehead I la/en
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inning of the title game with a wit-k followed with a score on aground
Danny Ha/en RBI single that A "I'm disappointed that we out )h> (;lorryhile
COME VISIT N. drove in Jimmy Mobley. didn't win but I'm not dis
FLORIDA'S The 1-0) lead was short lived, v K appointed in our club Fort I lemma held Century to.just
however as Fort Pierce came Pierce just made the plays one hit until the seventh, when
LARGEST WESTERN STORE! back in the bottom of the inn that day. Our defense was the panhandle team managed
ing with a two-run homer by strong but we just weren't two (runs in a Iii ldc etlort! to
Charlie Shay to take the lead. ; hitting" Stroemcr said. catch up with the Lake Butler
Everything Western..All Under One Roof I Union County came back fora I'mon County stopped Century live-run lead
second run to tie the game in of Escambia County 5.2 Again coach Slroeincr
WESTERN the third as Fred Clemons singled praised the' delen.se .
WEAR e kIr Thursday afternoon to earn a f lor securing
Men's RIDING EQUIPMENT and brought Chris Lawson ,.,'fa ... ........_ chance at the coveted state the ball game Hemme
Ladies I
Children across the plate. However, title. Finals originally scheduled struck out lour to bring" Ills
ANIMAL and TACK( another home run put Fort for Friday night wore season total to :2iit.! ,: and went
HEALTH Harold Ksford misses ( I Dale at third.
Pierce back into the lead ot"ntury's Scott on a tag postponed till Saturday thento inie-for-lwo.it the plate to lur
PRODUCTSby Quality Name Brands which would not be challengedthe "We should have gotten Tiger pitcher Hemme suf Sunday.. due to rain. ther the team's viclnr.v
last four innings. more hits off the second pitfered his third loss of the Back-to-back homers by "II was an ta.y victory lor
Leading Manufacturers BOOTS, BELTS The Class AA champs put cher they put in. lie wasn't team's 211-5! season against 21 Whitehead and lla/.en put the I Hemme. their pili her got I the
the game in their pockets w ith overpowering and laid the ball wins. Tim Smith, who pitched Tigers on an early path to victory wind kixxkeil out ot his! sails!
GUNS & HAND GUNS & HATS three runs in the fifth inning, right in there. We just weren't the first three and a third inn Thursday afternoon. With l h>' I he Iwo homers ;and he |usl
Ammunition Many Leading Brands including a two-run triple, in hitting." said a disappointed ings raised his season record one out in the first inning cen- started I throwing I 'iuves"Stroemer
front of about 80 Tiger fans coach Terry Stroemer. to 10-5 WK.I the win. terfieldcr Mobley singled und said

BLANDING BLVD.249 WESTERN ] BANKAMERICARD MASTER 264-3838 We accept CHARGE Machine Wins Season's First Tournev Title I

(State Rd. 21)) WORLD Open Fri. nite In its first tournament Winning seven of eight con was named Most Valuable at bat in the championship virtue of Carlton's! seventh
championship this year, games, the Machine won Player in the tournament and game and turned In some inning homer in I the fifth
Orange Park till 9 pm Starke's Green Machine slow twice, lost the third game also garnered the home run sparkling defensive play lit game, again with Stewart
pitch softball team came out played at2:30:: a,m., then came trophy. Falcon was 13for23at second base to sew up the :National'; Bank Kelton diove
of the loser's bracket this past back to win five straight to the plate with six homers MVP trophy. in (three runs! and had one hit
weekend to win the Titusville grab the championship. GM and II runs-batted-in. He Closest call GM had in com Lead oil batter" Randall
Invitational. second baseman Donald Fal homered the last three times ing out of the loser's bracketwas Simons was: :.1 lor-3: at tinplate -
an 8-7 win over Stewart
National Bank. It was, the The' sixth ftolllll'as a real
second time G1l: beat Stew art.! slug test a.s. i.M;: outlnt, Sl'lInl''
but it took a home run by Kenneth :No'; I tar a 20 \17 win CM;: bad,
ABOUT OUR BEEFWHEN Carlton in the bottom of :Jtt! liase hits The win put G.M:
B the seventh to do the trick into the pla -"11 tar the tour
after a tight battle.In 111'I I title with I'me l.umherl.M "
YOU BUY OUR BEEF. YOU CAN REST the first game CiM: beat (;: heat I'me Lumber IIi.! \in
ASSURED THAT IT HAS UNDERGONE ALL THE Brevard Funeral Home )Ki-9; in the' lirst plav-olf 1 game to
PROPER GOVERNMENTAL CHECKS AND CARRIES Bobby Stephens was :3-for-3:! at even the !lecurds ol' the two
THE PROPER GOVERNMENTAL SYMBOLS TO the plate including!!: two home loams at li..John 1 \\alson. I
ASSURE THAT IT IS WHOLESOME.BUT FAIRSUPERMARKETS runs in that game. Loral: drove in live runs
Kenny Carlton Eddie: Eddie I Dniigl.is.) 2 lur;:1.! drove
OUR BEEF HAS SOMETHING ELSE GOING Hazen, and Randall Simons m lour runs. Bobbv Stephens' .
FOR IT..SOMETHING YOU CANT GET t'7 led the Machine to a U9! win :t-lnr-l.' : drove in three runs,
ANYWHERE ELSE. OUR QUALITY INSPECTION- overStewart :National: Hank in arid eu.ry II.it'det' also was: .1-:
the first ('arltonl'nl .1-
game lor-.t(
for-4 and drove in three runs Donald 1 Falcon ,
Ha/en was for-3 with :2Rlil's spaikled I the hn.il all.
In Play|>
and Simons the (leadoff game, going 4 lor-4 at'the I
ANY SIZE YOU SEE WE HAVE OUR OWN PACKING HOUSES, OUR OWN MEAT TRANSPORTATION batter was 2.r.3.[ > plate, unhiding three home
SYSTEM OUR OWN MEAT WAREHOUSES. AND AT EVERY STEP OF THE WAY FROM GM: just didn t play uell runs in the' Minot three trips lo
, f FEEDLOT TO MEAT COUNTER, OUR INSPECTORS STAND GUARD TO ASSURE THE enough to win in the third the plate. will driving in si\
. DOZEN EGGS FRESHNESS AND QUALITY OF THE CORN-FED BEEF WE BRING YOU. game against Konuld's Sl'l11l'! runs m iM's;: \t'l-to v\m lor the'
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IS.100% GUARANTEED The tourth game saw GM,: Caillon vvas. l-tor 2:! and. hid, .I
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hot weather will make the: cucumbers sl.lIl1nd be shipped
strawberry U-Pick-It season for !50(l cents II crate when
'}.., ).., very short this year. !Most fancy CUl'umbl'rs're selling!!
.' I plants will probably start for $2: 10 $:J \per erase

trying to make runners These same t'ucumlJl'rIIwind
instead of continuing to up sidcbv-side- in the.

t".II produce strawberries. grocery store with \c-ry I little i

: '. dilfeiential!. Some-one-
When this
.' .... will probably happens remove growers the besides the laime-r/ I is! making

plastic land destroy the old money on the poorer, I grade\
The house as It looked when built by original owner George V. By 1946 the house had been lowered and given a modified) cnIo The house today, as remodelled by present owners. Mr. a nit< strawberry plants to prevent a cucumbl.'rshlle the
vial' atmosphere. ;MrsBi" Wilson. consumer is thinking she is
Oil. In 1880's. buildup v If strawberry insects
and diseases on their land. getting better bargain In the'

This, incidentally, i is! a good big cucumber In in>' opinion.

. Believe It or Not.i+ It's The Same House over.many management crops when practice harvest for is the would the farmer big be cukes better and in" the off(the consume t the lie-Id leave,!

If communities can change description of Lawtey and its or-which I hope you were able to get Jury duty has! kept| l me from\
personalities, so can homes, founders, written by M. fruited Delaware all this have (Jim) Moore, a promim'ntLawley among other foreign peacocks, chickens, horsesHe some of the strawberries! this checking all ..neaof the'
heavily \
season. strawberry
Louise Tanner and published grower countries, where they year and were as! pleased as a ceiunty for damage lioni hall
One would never guess that in an 1884 issue of and shipper, and later a collected many items, has begun work or i tourist who picked up u flats and hl'arains. i e-.uly I Ins
the white-columned: colonial The "Mr Ott has not confined member of the Bradford including elaborate crystal improving the old pear tree: earlier on a trip back north week
!style home now occupied by Telegraph: himself to the culture of County school board lie and chandeliers! later used in that were still on the place, ai:Swell The lady wrote back to ask
Col. (ret) and Mrs William "Mr G, V. Ott, recently grapes, but has an extensive his large family occupied the decorating their home. They as planting 14,000 pine what variety of strawberries Howc'vcr. I huts heard nl.
Wilson at Lawtey evolved from Madison, Wis.. a grove of 1,200 orange trees; house about :JO: years, selling it returned to the house for at seedlings to replace timbei r we grow in the county She some hail dam.ige in a I held m
over the past 93 years from a successful grapecultunst of 300 peach trees, some of which later to Horace Cox. Others in least:30 day! every year, while previously cut. On his 65 acre:9 said that the berries were the two and I know thaI Stilt it'
two-story, highoff.theround manv years experience, are in bearing, a number of a long line of owners included Col. Wilson was on annual he plans to "grow some 3 biggest sweetest, and must vegetables! could IM- taut ill
house built on the site in 1883 affirms with positiveness that Japan persimmons, LeConte AA Annis, a building leave, and Mis Wilson and groceries" including corn, delicious straw berries!she had this I lime bI I lot much water I Ido
by George V. Ott, a he can produce this desirable pears and hybrids of the contractor, and Tom Carey, thecl-Jldr..n remained therein sweet potatoes, beans, ant i I ever ejten It's! this kind of know that I i.nnv. \\valhii.
horticulturist member of the fruit three times as easily in latter-including the Smith, an employee of the Dupont 1967-68 while Bill was melons.As letter that I like to answer nr, cool, damp, eoiulilions ,ne
Keiffer, and Garber. Mr. Ott Company ideal fur the d<'\1'1 lopine\ 'nt I ill>!
original "Chicago Colony"that Florida as he can elsewhere.His stationed in Vietnam His last if this were not enough t ti,
platted and settled preference :is accorded to makes use of no commercial assignment was Patrick Air keep a man busy, Wilsoi j It is also this kind of fungus! elise.ise-s (ll"lk turn"
Ijiwtev in 1877. a variety known as Rogers' fertilizer but secures his Somewhere along the line Force Base as base serves as a member of t thi n consumer satisfaction that clops I or plants (holy aid
No. IS, although he has successes with the common the house! was lowered, 'the commander. and since his Bradford County every grower and goody apply\ lungicides nn ,I i l't'gullr'l'htdule
This brief account of the secured remarkable results product of the stable." wide porches removed! and retirement! in 1973, they have Board, and was recently Zonmf y producer should be thinking il ,possible-
original owner of the home with Newton Eldorado, the board und batten siding been full named about when they put up any ,
The Ott home time residents in the executive director o f Inse-els e.in .ilsn I lie' i
was contained in an early was covered over with clapboardto package of )arm products.
Highland, Brighton and home. the Starke-Bradford pioblc'in mam I this;
purchased in 1905 by J II'Don't Count:' nn cop| :'
fit the colonial style avid: Chamber of This w ill create II i dl'mamllor
Commerce. limeof ve-.il ('lost'(
white columns iidded sales whereas bad
were The Wilsons lead busy lives, lepcat a observation will 1 Il'IlCOU' when
One of the journals kept b pack will turn the consumer
with three ot their seven y ,gel eunuch aliens In.
The present owners. Col hildren still Mr. Ott during his years ir I i, off or will make them more sou ,
at home as well justify spray IIIg! nr 1 diisluiu! IIMtinin
Mrs, Wllli'im'lIsiln Lawtey listed some 8i I I hesitant about buy 11\11
I a* coring for an assortment of In. ,illy ca-c. t"UI'I' In
bought the home in 19511 and varieties of loods liked
evergreens, !specialty
than 'Uhl"1
more varied animals idintiK the t .mil else- ,in.ippioxid ,
used it as a "he>m case flowering shrubs, trees, I tra"erries( ,
fowl .
including clucks, lad Iciunm'ndod!
white: C ol W ilson
was serving other plants betwee
growing I
in the Air Force. Both of them ponies cows, two hogs (Kootie the road gate and the house I hae often ondc'ml llf 11 is msec'licieli, .11,. > mdini. In.
are originally from South and Tootle), and even a Mr. Wilson doesn't worthwhile 1 lor farmers directing* on 'tin label I II MIIIleillow
squirrel a while and expect t .,,111,1"1'1 I ilnei' linn- MIIIslluuld \
mouse a
especially vegetable and
Felice Us In Jacksonville but have lived in reach that goal any time soon, ,,
bah r at Wilson t 1111'0'' .' Illlii'lt' '
trapped after it | straw\berry \oduccis/ to allow get i
but he and
Japan, India, and Span: his wife think it t
had off .,
ripped 19 of his ducks lI"mlgl' Id \ our,11.i in
might be fun to try.didn't their cull berries/ or second
11'op i.l" MINI' i 11U'UIIII""' mpeaking '
grade( ve-ge'tables to get: into

The fence proposed to go around If classes were tougher, if studentshad market cliannc'ls I have I seen "I llt''rl l 'Is. .'i II,i' ,
Bradford High School is supposed to cull straw iH-mc's wind, up on "g.lIullII'1hi"I I I 'HI llOl'II till
to work a little harder, and passing roadside stands selling at ,., .
keep non-students out students in and justa nl 'I I his 1.111 I -li.
grades not handed out almost automatically little below the puce of discusses, I till' I ,mli"n\ nl I III','
put cars out of reach. The fence at first students might have a little \ iiality| stiawIM.iries at t the limn Us. Ilii' |1'11I'II.d n',''

sounded like a long-awaited answer to more incentive to attend class. Funds to Sunshine PreservesUlVllJonrnal \ retail stores, (tinea customer economies il.un' ,,,1 gi' In", ,

lingering disciplinary problems in and stimulate classroom activity would be /, buys the cull berries i I I'm sure .iiise old -e s <.,i.il,I ,ni iliml >Monlrol
around the school.Mounting As 1 / IK i is! skeptical .ilxiul. buying fur.. tinpi, .si, ( 'II
well spent. If'rill i'n fit t\\ ,. [, .m.,inure berries at all, ciimebx-: -' for a dpsPnlnlu '

commentary seems to
Everyone at the high school knows
indicate the proposed fence might cause who the really consistent class cuttersare.

more problems than it will solve. Fencing in everyone in hopes of

corralling the relatively few skippers With strawberry fields now open to the .ippe-aiing, in Ihc- May I8'JH Ladies Home
Granted, there is a serious problem of U-pickers. Bradford County homemakers Journal' !
high school students crossing US-301 to could be likened to killing a rat with a will be digging out their recipes for I

a convenience store, of students leaving shotgun.If strawberry jelly, jam and preserves to In the country, where a hot-bed is at

and returning to the campus at will, both safety is a major factor in the decision restock their pantry shelves command, the work is easily done. Stem S .

by foot and by car. There is also the to fence, perhaps school officials The time seems appropriate therefore put the them berries into carefully a wire basket, without which bruising; .
problem of outsiders coming onto the to republish the original recipe for plunge
should think in terms of a traffic officer "Sunshine Preserves down into a pan of cold water and dram
: a metnoa
campus. such as those who manned the busy popular in these parts,tiut which has been once thoroughly. ,

To begin with, however, guards would highway even back in the days when largely abandoned in recent years in favorof Weigh the strawberries and to each

have to man the gates and maintain the there was a fence around BHS. faster and! less troublt'S'meII'S. of pound allow one pound of granulated 1
"putting up" strawberries tugar Select large stoneware!
I kind of control the school board would Shrubbery strategically placed would make them very hot, either on lop of the

like to have. Otherwise, people could direct student traffic to a great degree.Of But just in case there ar!' a few stove or in the oven; sprinkle over a layerof w'

walk in and out of the gates at will. course, the best answer would be a gourmets still around who don't mind the the granulated sugar and cover this 1j
crosswalk over the road. extra time and trouble to get a superior closely with the berries. Cover with glass
Once you build the fence and put product we are reprinting! '( this recipe and stand in the sun's hottest rays '
Physical coercion is not the best educational originally appearing in the May: Ib98 issueof
guards on the gates, what have you got? the "Ladies Home Journal" and Move the dish as the sun changes .
tool. Most young people like to position At 4 o'clock (
bring them
in and
reprinted in the Ma;: 29, 18 J8 issue of "The
Students see the fence as a threat. be treated as adults rather than strong- Florida Semi-\Veekly Advocate," a stand aside in a closet or cool place. Next

They'll find a way to beat the system in a armed. When you think of it, it is contemporary (and competitor) of the day put them out again in the sun; by this \ r y

few weeks, no matter what system is impossible for a young person to act like Telegraph which was published in Starke almost tune they will no doubt have become clear I
used fence for several years before the turn of the transparent, and thoroughly soft,
or otherwise. an adult until he is treated as one. century. but perfectly whole.

Where the school board is missing the Lift each berry carefully with a fork and

boat, in our opinion is in taking respon- Fencing in the BHS there Following is the recipe as it appeared in put into a tumbler or bottle. Boil the syrup
the Advocate 78
ago: over the fire for
years a few

sibility away from the students. Instead fore, is a regressive action. As the students thickens: ; strain, cool, and minutes until it
pour over the
the students should be encouraged to say the fence will) be a waste of PRESERVING: : BERRIES: fruit. I

assume more responsibility. High school money. If good judgment prevails, per K\ TlU: SV\i'S; RH'S

students should be taught to conduct haps the money can be put to better use; While the sun-preserved fruits require; And there you have "Sunshine

themselves as the adults some of them such as building one of the portable time and patience they are, without Strawberry Preserves" as originally Tinnnln IJ"", ,?
and doubt, much to( be preferred to those prepared. Something tells us they'd' bemighty
are, the rest almost
are. classrooms the board is Anything; /( goes! for Bradford
planning. ; \ -tabks
cooked over the fire writes Mrs. S.T good on some of grandma's but -g during this grossiog|(
buttermilk biscuits! season ton1atocos growing! on a potato plant
Keirer 111"hl'IIrt'"iul
in "Strawberries in Thirty Ways, the (
point, Ty Livingston./ l 12, son of Mis.j| ,''1-ne ('lemons. dUI! (
up this rare piece of produce: in (lh.- /garden ,,f his gmniliiiolhrr(
I Bicelitell ;ial :\Irs. SCO\\ """<*, Vn ;\Iurgan> Hoad. T> said! he look four ur
n CIe.aiup the I.hit, potato un the root portion, but the tUlllaluI \\1'1"
haul ripe enough to pick.

Perhaps you're one of many who oft ugly areas that cannot otherwise be *eaders yew

would like to do something during our improved.Quit HOMEGROWNSILVER

nation's Bicentennial year to make j
-- starting unsightly garbage
America a more beautiful, more pleasant QUEEN :
in dumps along the road, rather than ;,:
to live.
place know where to begin.But you might not carrying your waste to one of the Fencing; IHIS A'o/ Tin' Anmcrr/ Af'I'' p
designated sanitary land fill areas.After '\
Dear Editor: never worked properly, and ....
The obvious is- think the engineers ..
answer begin at :!
home! putting your own property in I keep thinking about the then how about a storm sewerto knew what they were doing? 'II. 1 ;
stop the flooding? That $ jt.. I
order assist church schools letter c :
your ceme- you published from ,
12 :
If you would like to join in a move "Concerned something 1 will never Well I guess they did know _
teries Students.
clubs and other organizations in I EARSGEORGIA
understand How could the it would \
ment to there by the iI
put everything in ship-shape in improving their grounds. doubt that it made any big people in charge ..
library. They
put in a small
time for our 200th birthday on July 4, impression on our school '
superintendents, '
principals, sewer, but it doesn't work \\y /
here are just a few suggestions that -Assist a neighbor who is physically officials but you know teachers and board members either! '"'\ -.;, ,; '

should prove helpful in making a start: unable to take care of his own premises.If somethingthey'ie! right'! people who looked out their -
windows and watched 301 fill Somehow, we should be able PEACHES GREEN

Clean out that utility room and make the owner of a business, improve resentment A fence can, only create with water, and waded to their to get the idea across to
even among students that a high school
space for tools, mowers, wheel barrows office or store front and clean up trashy student leaders, because they who cars parked watched along the the janitors street, education is a privilege and is PEANUTS

and other things now scattered around areas in the rear. know the "undesirables" will empty the flooded boiler[ room worth working, and even 29C
the yard walk in the gate with them over and over through the sacrificing for. Instead, we >
-Remove junk cars and other wreckedor each day and walk out again years .- how could they watch manage to make it look more r" a 49

Pick up all cans, bottles, and other rusted-out equipment now spoilingthe whenever they choose to du so. and do nothing as the like a punishment. By the time ,, r"'s:-.; LB. LB

litter, and keep grass and shrubbery landscape.If Nobody needs to be "engineers" dug four feet they stop fighting it and grow
neatly groomed. "protected" least not by a below the level of the boiler up enough to realize lU valueto {1F' "
we truly want to observe the Bicentennial fence. And no one will feel room to lay the foundation for them their four years are : CELERY
Update that protected because it's there our new high school bUilding practically behind them. ", ', -
dilapidated mail box. there is no more effective and They probably will beat it '

-If have practical way in which to do it than by down and after a while the When I stopped in one day to No, I don't have the answersto LARGE \
you a fence, gate, or shed youcan't following the above suggestions. Can gates will hang by one hinge see what the digging was all "our complex and ever- .. 29eSTALK

improveremove it. you imagine the vast improvement( in just as the others did a few about and protested strongly changing problems at BHS. RUSKIN : '
years ago when we had a when told they hauling But I am positive that a fenceis -
--Beautify the entrance to your home, the appearance of our county if every fence around BHSteg all those tons of dirt would away not the answer to any of (0 .

and plant trees or shrubbery to screen property owner did just that? you believe I was asked if I them. TOMATOES '
it would be better to -'- -- .. G
spend the $10\ .ooo for supplies. L.OIS pvnneii
This year BHS had so little Retired BHS
%lPBLQ money for supplies that by the My Neighbors Finance Secretary 29eNorman's LB. ':

time the high-cost programsart ..
Qtili ( ,, shop PE. band and .: 'I .ii I s
iitV4 science i were given enough to FrJ. r THANKS
t have a half-way' operational .'j ; V Farm
O oy program, thereasn't any Agency
3 money left for some \ Homemaker Program would
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER classroom teachers. n Jy,r T00V etwoves,T'C, like to express deep Produce Marke
Publishers DO N NOW appreciation to all the people

Published each Actually I know this who gave money and-or
Thursday and
under Acto'' March 3, 1879. entered as second Class Matter at the PoSISubscription Office, at Starke Fla. particular $10.000 doesn't household items to our clients N. Temple

come from monies allocated George and !Mamie Scott, who .lIri.
Outside, rate in trade aea, : $6 per year: $3.50 UK months,, for supplies. So let me lost everything In a recent r
trade area: .7 per\year: $4 00 six, month, suggest! fire.
Phone 964 6305 something else. How about
Starke, Fla. reworking the heating and rL; Peggy D. Barnett Open IMon-Saf
cooling Supervisor
system which has




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... May ZOo 1978 TE.EGRAPII, Page 1:1:

U 'M 1 ann .
.TLOeRANMI J1N," 6. : 110 7f e. f.-e.es-n I eeSeSee First United
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dF KI/1 Of' .111/1 A' :KIN eM .. ... r... Of MCI/6 OF CIS4 IK */. a. 1_ |M N COM 2e PAW IN Bt earUd
6K lea 1 .. S6r SIX Os OB 116-60 $ .
16 EX L for the day we found RF 6n
ai.l30. s GO .13-691 IiWGL: 19 Methodist Church,
_-_ .__-q-a-91!_---4Q.t1 ...N ....1$3-61 521. 1. (.., (1.40 (3.TB' .3131.1' Bryant and HF Wiggins to be
3* 6. tt 4 S31 ---- -.-----------.---- -- ; OP
THOMAS e T ........ iT iie.J. ,, isTT r-rrr" ;*;M* the winners. I would like to Sunday 9am. Confirmation .MI .Jl'Z
+ '
R16dWA1M p
LOT AS OtC DEED BK SB congratulate these two Hawg
j} |4T N 6 A OP 'Hai 4'014VION OF 11I7H. Of' N8I/4 THAT klCS It O** 80I2O.39 Class Sanctuary; 9:45:

!:!!.____ !__ .. !!: ..... .3..... /K II'. Hunters for winning again.I Sunday Sunday School
.t1 4t.9 ------------ $ 83.61_ 86.BO 43.19 BI31.ltS Bassmasters and families would like to Thanks to a.m.. Church School for all )T
OJS4-O ----- -- -- ---- say
,U "" Md an enjoyable fish fry 11 a.m. Morning Wor 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship
I.'T on ages; .
LOT OF eLK rR 01 'l90FTT1' .01tN $ ) TS ta 43* 33.OO 0.0.0.OOv..OS all the wives who prepared the
12011. I" a H.YE. 700 t3pr L K 6 S W ET AL IT' I BOX BOO ants Fe Lake last Saturday ship Nursery Provided; 6 llam. Church Council 6p.m. 6Ja

__"_ !!:!!. ___ : ______!!:,. ... NBI/4 B; OF BO 100 EX El4ON salads and team and made It Church 6:15 :
Snack Training
"---"- I27-I9O May 15. .m. UMYF Supper ;
p ,
| S 7 IL7I.'oisHrAci possible the cookout to be
p aRow JtsSte'OREEa, '23.TT (8.91 .....1 $. .S .'10.0. In spite of bad weather we Ruth Johns and Marba p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30:
--- ---------------------------------------- so enjoyable
:' : a .vsicZ..0; srH3. ?' ONO' I JVcSt-a.. r .y IS is 12 4844-OOIOO ..SO 0.0-el till l fed over 100 people. The R F. Bryant said he seemedto Whittle; 6D:: p.m., UMYF p.m.Monday
H ''O.31a -----.31.........;*:. .31.18 '1313.3143I'3 COM N* COB NEI/4 OF SEI/4.E TO B/. SRI IOO.SELV ALONG B47.. rain let up around noon so we be uncomfortable try. Meetings and Recreation. : Girl's Ensemble,
--- very
; ---------------..-_-_..__. POB BOB.CONT SELY ALONG R/. 312* .. in LT BNOBY NCI/4 OF could prepare the food and Wednesday: 7:30: p.m., 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir, 7 p.m. ;
to fish in the wind
ing and
B FLORA ,, 129-166 _t. Shortly after noon it Chancel Choir Rehearsal. Tuesday: Junior Choir 3:30
OP rain but said after
: :: :3-01/4 ?:: : RUN 0 t10FT FDA ADO. THE" 8394.63 (10.64 $ 14.39 he
110n. !! to p.m. Baptist Men's Rally at .
fBS&P N it10n f0 Poe ----_. _---_ ----- : ._- *----- !! !!-*- began rain again returned to the landing at ,
IB TS 11 4871-OOIOS Rain continued until late Grace Baptist 6:30:
0.10-0. p.m.
EL._ ".21 ....D9.31."5 '.99 P, MOOREHEAD LEONARD E 6 LOLA noon and ate those fish and
--- -- First
P* ** ** 609 -----""---------------------------:--- COM AT S* COO OF El/2 OF N1/4 OF SAI/' ( 210 N ltl| POBPOB evening. The wind was a hugh puppies he began to feel Presbytei'ianChurch Wednesday: Family Night

CHANDLER CLIFFOAO 0315.-0 N 161 C 199* S I6I > X 199TO poe OR 114-131 factor also. Sure was rough Supper,6:15: p.m.; Org. Mtgs..
11o4 3 himself R.F. said fish
BB 474 474864.29
6 again.
[RUN CON 5Ti9F| ?O; SToFi7isSBFi'i'2iSFoVp:: I !!i'T"" *"'" YHEN I.8A 63.16 3.79 '''0.0. going once you left cover ing in wet clothes isn't his 6:45: p.m.; "Hour of Power;
------- ---------------------------------------------
".. Pat Welch and I fished 7:30: Adult Choir 8:15:
B -, __ : _____ '..ea .31. IS .100... IS "S" 4871-00109 0410-OB toge- thing pm ; v.
--------------------------------*' HABDENBROOK JUOtTH STAB RT ther. landed
|32 6S tl .'."-0010 Pat several small Church School 9:45 p.m.
O IR o'eo-o. COM 9* COB OF II/. OF Nl/4 OF 41/4 SS9B *39* FOB POB CON He must have gotten more : a.m. '
LOT I 06 eLM :EI AC u9caN ClPIANCt(CORP Err .TW407 PLA 3898: 229* N 102 W 2291 S 2O2* TO FOB bass using the spot I used the comfortable as he and H.F. Morning Worship at 11. Rev. Thursday;: Visitation 9:30 -

pest aA 10'-195 BP S22 6 923 black most of the a.m. Visitation 7 p.m.
worm ; ,
day. William O. MCGill executive
e .10 ...a, 81.83 *,. ?S 884.11 landed 20 bass.
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-- --$36..10- of Gateway Hope
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e OP B .| 5 YI iS LINCOLN MAY CITY $"/ ; OF ALL THE OF V THE OF TBIANGLE G9ftP RR PABC OF LAND LYING 8PTUPPN" SCL S OS'F After all boats returned bring the message. Visitation, 1:31) p.m.

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-- -----"--------------------- 7:30: p.m.
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES By Elizabeth Terry and nephew and niece, Mr. THE CIRCUIT COUFf OF for sale and sell to the highest All of said property being In NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO

CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday and family of Jacksonvillewere and Mrs. Birchfield Miller of THE EIGHTH JUr ICIAL bidder for cash in hand, the GILBERTS. BROWNAs the County of Bradford, State of

School 10( a.m. Worship Saturday overnight Sanford.Mr. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AN above described property of said Clerk of said Court Florida. ALL PERSONS HAVING

Services 11 a.m. and 7pm. guests of her mother. Mrs. and !Mrs. Aryl Blevinsof FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. defendant to satisfy the Unless such certificate or CLAIMS OR DEMANDS

Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: ())I Loca Raulerson. Lenox, Ga. spent Sunday aforesaid Execution. By: Beulah M. Moody certificates shall be redeemed AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE

p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30 p.m. !Mr and Mrs. Raymond with their brother-in-law and IN RE:: The Marriage of MARION As Deputy Clerk according to law the property AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Bryan were Mother's Day sister, Mr. and Mrs. Obed l THOMAS LEE Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff 5/8 4tchg 5/27 described in such certificate or INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:

Sunday School 10 a.m. ,, dinner guests of their son-in- Pauley and their mother, Mrs.' Husband/Petitioner, and Bradford County, Florida4294tchg520 --------------.. certificates will be sold to the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

Worship Services 11 a.m. and| law and daughter. Mr. and IUI.! Futch. FLORENCE MAE LEE, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF highest bidder at the court the administration of the

7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting, !Mrs Ralph Jacobs and son, Major and Mrs. James Wife/' Respondent. ------....-.....----- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL house door on the 8th day of estate of HELEN C. SMITH,

Wednesday 8 p.m. Phillip, of Gainesville.Mr. Daughtery and family. Miss CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AN June, 1976. deceased File Number 76.139-
FAITH BAPTIST and Mrs. Harold Jones Erma Wilson. Professor and NOTICE OF SUIT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. CP is pending in the Circuit
CHURCH: Radio Programover and family Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lewis Schmier, and Mrs. NO PROPERlY THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Dated this 5th day of May Court for Bradford County
David Wilkerson Helen Schmier of CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND 1976. Florida Probate Division the
WPXE Starke 8 a.m. and son of Valdosta. IN RE: The Marriage of ALINE ,
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. Jacksonville and Mr. and Ga., Mrs. Gee Breslin and TO: FLORENCE MAE LEE FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. CROMITY PALIN, a/k/a ALINE BY: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk address of which is P.O. DrawerB

Worship Services it a.m. and Mrs. Jimmy Crawford and Elizabeth of Jacksonville address unknown CROMITY LEE, Wrfe/Petitioner Clerk of Circuit Court of Starke, Florida 32091. The
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting daughter of Baldwin were spent the weekend with Col. IN REE: The Marriage of and THOMAS PRESTON, Bradford County Florida. personal representative of the

Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Mother's Day dinner guests of and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Their YOU ARE HFREBY NOTIFIEDthat SAMUEL CROCKETT PALIN, HusbandRespondent.NOTICE 5/13 4tchfl 6/3 estate Is JACKIE ANN SMITH.
Study. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. an action for dissolution of Husband/Petitioner and - -- -- The name and address of the

GRACE UNITED Leon Wilkerson. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton of marriage has been filed against BARBARA CROCKETT, OF SUIT NOTICE OFAPPLICATION personal representative's attorney

METHODIST: Sunday School Pastor and !Mrs. Jom Hall Jacksonville spent Sunday you and you are required to WifeRespondent. NO PROPERTY FOR are set forth below.

9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 and family visited friends in afternoon with them. serve a copy :>f your written TAX DEED All persons having claims or

a m. and 7:30: p.m. Choir Tampa where he attended the !Mrs. Wilma Wainwrlght defenses, if any to it on J. J.WOLBERT NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTYTO TO: THOMAS PRESTON demands against the estate are

Practice 7 p.m. United MVF 8 Institute of Basic Youth visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. JR. SHAW PALIN address unknown NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, required, WITHIN THREE
p.m. Wednesday. Conflicts.Mrs. Anvil Starling of Bartow KOPELOUSUS ft HEAD, : BARBARA CROCKETT that Steve Bires ft Warren MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF

HIGHLAND BAPTIST: C.B. Cannon. her son Tuesday in Shands Hospital, Attorneys for Petitioner, whose address unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Hunnicut, Jr. the holder of the THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF

Sunday School 10 a.m. and daughter-in-law. Mr.\ and Gainesville. address is 142 West Call Street, an action for dissolution of following certificates has filed THIS NOTICE, to file with the
Worship Services 11 a m. and Mrs. Clarence Cannon and Ronnie McClellan of P.O. Box 1086, Starke, Florida, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a marriage has been filed againstyou said certificates for a tax deed to clerk of the above court a

7 p.m. Prayer Meeting daughter of Jacksonvillespent Vidalia Ga. was a Friday 32091, and file the original with Petition for Dissolution of and are be issued thereon. The written statement of any claimor
you required to
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Saturday with her dinner guests of his parents the Clerk of the above-styled Marriage has been filed againstyou serve a copy of written certificate numbers and years of demand they may have. Each
s Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mrs. Court and there is a demand in the your issuance, the description of the
NOKTHSIDE BAPTIST: sister-in-law Mrs. Loca on or before June 4. 1976. defenses if any, to it on J. J. claim must be in writing and
Sunday School 10 a.m. Raulerson.Mrs. Onie Thornton and her otherwise a judgment may be Petition that the Court award WOLBERT, JR., SHAW property, and the names in must indicate the basis for the

Worship Services llam. and : Ronnie Moslev and cousin Mrs. Alphia Parrish of entered against you for the relief that certain property owned by KOPELOUSUS & HEAD whose which it was assessed are as claim, the name and address of

7:30: p.m. pra'erIeeting: Tammy of Maxville\. and :Mr. Auburndale visited :Mrs.Thornton's demanded in the Petition. you and your Husband, address Is 142 West Call) Street. follows: the creditor or his agent or

Wednesday 7:30: p.m.PEItSON.tLS. and ,,Mrs. Phil Eunice of sister Mrs. Pierce WITNESS my hand and the SAMUEL CROCKETT, as P.O. Box 1086 Starke Florida, Certificate No. 61; Year of attorney, and the amount

Graham visited their parents Crews. and other relativesand seal of said Court on the 3 day of tenants in the entirety, located in 32091, and file the original with Issuance 1974.Description claimed. If the claim is not yet
Mr.: and :Mrs. Harold friends Tuesday to May, 1976. Bradford County, Florida and the Clerk of the of Property: EVa due, the date when it will
The Ladies of First Baptist Eunice Friday.Mr. more particularly described as: above.styled of Lot 4 of Blk 17 in L.T. ft Cos become due shall be stated. If
during the week. Court before
on or June 4 1976
Church were hostesses for a Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Richard GILI3ERTS. BROWN. The East 50' of Lot Thirteen S/D Sec: 28 Twp 6-S R-22. the claim is contingent or
bridal shower for :Miss April visited their and Hermie Kelly Durban and son of Memphis AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBY ((13!, in Block Sixteen ((16)). in entered a judgment may be Name in which assessed, unliquidated the nature of the

Stephens Tuesday night at in-law Mr. and son Mrs.daughter- Tenn. visited their brother and East L&wtey Florida. Recordedin demanded against in you for the relief Arron H. Holley Est. uncertainty shall be stated If the

the Educational Building of Kelly and Wendell sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. : s/Beulah' Moody Book 72, Page 129, Public WITNESS the Petition. claim is secured. the security ,
of hand and
family Lake the
the church. Durban and Records of Bradford my All of said in I
Worth. Raymond family Deputy Clerk seal of said Court property being brail be described. The claimant
Thursday Monday.! on the 3 day of
Two games were' played :Mr and Mrs. and other relatives. 5/6 4tchg 5/27 Florida. May, 1976. the County of Bradford State of shall deliver sufficient copies of
A.Q. Smith
after which :Miss Stephens and family of Donald Wilkison spent the - -- --- Florida. the claim to the clerk to enable
opened her gifts. Auburndalewere weekend with the Army to your Husband, SAMUEL Unless such certificate or the clerk to mail one copy to
Saturday GILBERT
Refreshments of cake and overnight Reserve in Jacksonville.Mr. CROCKETT as a lump sum certificates shall be redeemed each personal .
of their THE CIRCUIT
guests nephew and OF OF SAID COURTBY
punch were served. :Miss : and alimony and are to law
niece. :Mr. and :Mrs Mrs. Tommy THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL you required according to the property persons interested in the
Stephens. daughter of :Mr. and Bennett and other relatives.Gary Tynes, of Sarasota spent CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AN serve a copy of our written : s/Beulah Moody described in such certificate or estate to whom a copy of this
:Mrs. :Manuel Stephens :Mr and :Mrs. Sunday afternoon with Mr. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. defenses. if any to the Petitionon Clerk certificates will be sold to the Notice of Administration has

married Ricky Wolfe of Fort and Phillip of Gainesville Ralph Jacobs and Mrs. :Manuel Stephens.Mrs. the Petitioner's attorneys, 5/6/ 4tchg 5/27 Deputy highest bidder at the court been mailed are required,

Jackson. Columbia S.C. :May :Mr. and and : Stephens took care of IN RD: The SHAW, KOPELOUSOS & house door on the 8th day of WITHIN THREE MONTHS
:Mrs. Ronnie : Marriage of VIVIAN ---- --- - -
15. Williams. Mrs. Tynes when she was a DELORIS HEAD, whose address is 142 June 1976. FROM THE DATE OF THE
:Mrs. Lucille T Key and and Daren child! McrtAE West Call Street P 0 Box 1086. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Dated this 5th day of May, FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
were Sunday dinner Wife/Petitioner
and LYNN
Blan'chardVISited guests FOR
:Miss Arthurine
Starke. Florida 32091 1976.
on or
her sister. :Miss Enza their parents. :Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey visited WILLIAM McRAE before June 1 11 1, 1976 and file the TAX DEED to have any that objectionsthey
may challenge
Blanchard at Baker County Raymond Mr. Bryan. her aunt, Mrs. Grace Waters HusbandRespondent.. original with the Clerk: of this By: Gilbert S. Brown Clerk; the validity of the decedent'swill
: and
Nursing Home Macclenny: Mrs. Jimmy of Lake City Thursday to Court either before service on NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Clerk of Circuit Court of the qualifications of the
:Monday afternoon. Crawford and Jennifer of Sunday afternoon. NOTICE OF SUIT PROPERTY Petitioner's: attorney or that Steve Bires ft Warren Bradford County Flonda.
Baldwin were Friday night :Mrs. Pierce Crews TO: LYNN WILLIAM McRAE Hunnicut Jr. the holder personal representative, or the
:Mrs. :Marian Hall of and Mrs. immediately thereafter; of the 5/13 4tchg 6/3 of the
venue or jurisdiction
Jacksonville Beach was a dinner guests of their parents, Onie Thornton and !Mrs. W.F. Address unknown otherwise a default will be following certificates has filed

Monday night guest of her :Mr and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. Atwood Sr. attended the entered against you for the relief said certificates for a tax deed to court.
brother-in-law- and sister. :Mr :Mrs Fred :Moore Flower Show at the Florida YOU ARE" NOTIFIED that a demanded in the Petition. be issued thereon. The IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR AND ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
and :Mrs. O.J. Anders. entertained her Willing State Prison. Raiford Petition for Dissolution of This notice shall be published certificate numbers and years of BRADFORD COUNTY
Workers Sunday School Class Marriage has been filed FILED WILL BE FOREVER
Thursday. against issuance, the description of the FLORIDA

:Mrs. Barry Watts and :Mrs once each week for four ((4)) BARRED.
Business :Meeting on ?.Ionda '. you and there is a demand
) Friends of Mrs. Lois Carter in the consecutive weeks in the property, and the names in
Ben :
McCulley went to :Mrs Date of the first of
Clyde lomlmson and regret to learn that she is a Petition that the Court award Bradford County which it was assessed are as PROBATE DIVISIONIN publication
Pensacola Friday. April 30
Mrs. this Notice of Administration
Hazel Carlton that :
here co. patient in St. Lukes certain property owned by follows:
where, Mrs. :McCulley spent 10 Hospital DATED this 6th daof toy, May 20 1976.
hostesses. ,
days with her son-in-law and Jacksonville. Our prayers are you and your wife as tenants by 1976. Certificate No. 100; Year of RE: THE ESTATE OF
:Miss Debbie Barber and with her. the entirety, located at Bradford Issuance 1974.Description MAMIE LEE CLARK, Deceased
daughter.: and :Mrs Scott
friend, Friday Geo. M. Shinn County, Florida, and more of Jackie Ann Smith
ere overnight of Fort GILBERTS. BROWN Property: Lots
Davies and son, and :Mrs
Watts visited Chief and :Mrs guests of her aunt. :Mrs. L.H. Lauderdale spent the eekend particularly described as: CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 11, 12 & 16 ft an undiv 3/21 mt NOTICE OF As Personal Rep. of the
Glen Alford. .ho llmote of Fort Lauderdale. with his brother and sister-in- COURT in Lot Lakeview S/D ft Lot 16, ADMINISTRATIONTO
Ray are Miss: Barber returned home law. Mr and Mrs. Donald A parcel of land containing 3.5 Sec: 13. Two 8S, R 22. Deceased
from the
retiring Navy May and :Mrs Shinn and acres lying in the SW 1/4of SE Name
Saturday Hinote girls. BY s/Beulah in which assessed: ALL PERSONS HAVING
: Moody
28 and have homein
purchased a ATTORNEY
Pensacola. David1cCullev: came with[ her and will' spend Mrs. Debbie Woods of 1/4 of NW 1/4 cf Section 28 Deputy Oerk Sandra W. Davis. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS FOR PERSONAL

left with sometime with her si>ter. Columbia, S.C. arrived Township 5 South, Range 22 5/13/ 4tchg 6/3 AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE REPRESENTATIVE: Myron C.
Bradford School
Band directed High Dean :Mrs O.J Phillips. htr Saturday and will spend some East, Bradford County, Florida; All of said property being in AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Prevatt. Jr., P.O. Box 634,
by -
Cassels. and nephews and nieces. :Mr and time with her parents Mr. said parcel being more - -- - the County of Bradford, State of INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Keystone Heights, Florida

several parents chaperoned went, to Fort by :Mrs. Coleman Phillips and and :Mrs. Manuel Stephens. particularly described as follows: NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 4944.32656. TELEPHONE: 1904)) 473-

Walton Reach Thursdav family. and Mr and Mrs Bill She attended the wedding of Unless such certificate or that the administration of the
on Gaskins and her Commence at the Northeast FOR certificates estate of Mamie Lee 5/20 2tchg 5/27
!May 6th where the family sister :Miss April TAX shall be redeemed Clark,
competed with all state bands. Rev and :Mrs Fonzo Stephens and Ricky Wolfe on corner of said SW l/4of SE 1/4 according to law the property deceased, FI e/' umber -.- -
Mrs\ Davidup Prevail and :Mr and :Mrs Carl Saturday afternoon. of t'W14 for point of NOTICE described in such certificate or -- -. is p"/ding in the Circuit - - -
McCulley picked IS
at Fort Walton Beach May Prevail visited their sister. :Mrs Pierce Crew :Mrs. beginning, and run West. along that Steve HEREBY GIVEN, certificates will be sold to the Court forBradford County, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
7 and returned :Mrs Selma Eunice who is Onie) Thornton of Auburndale. the Northerly boundary thereof, Bires & Warren highest bidder at the court Florida, Probate Division, the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

Pensacola they and spent the to seriously ill. on :Monday visited their sister, Mrs. D.L. a distance of 280.81 fern; thence following Hunnicut, certificates Jr. ,the holder of the house door on the 8th day of address which is c/o Bradford FLORIDA IN AND FOR

weekend with the Davies The While there they conducted Shaw of Lacrosse Wednesday South, a distance of 590 feet; said certificates: for has filed June 1976. County Courthouse, Slarke, BRADFORD COUNTY
band and others returned l prayer meeting for her. They afternoon. thence East a distance, of 134.76 a tax deed to Dated this 5th day of May, Florida. The personal
home by bus with Rev Prev alt's children feet to the Westerly boundary of be issued thereon. The 1976. representative of the estate is CIVIL ACTION

Mr. and :Mrs.on John Saturday Browarrl conducted another prayer :NOTICE the right-of-way of a graded certificate numbers and years of J.W. Gaskins whose address is

meeting at the Carl Prevatt I will" not be responsible for County Road; thence North 38 issuance, the description of the By Gilbert S. Brown Clerk of Route 2, Box 93, Starke Florida, Case No. 76.147

:Mr. and :Mrs. L.H. Harper of home later in the afternoon.Mr any deots made by anyone degrees and 54 minutes East property, and the names in Circuit, Court of Bradford 32091.

Starke and :Mitchell Brown : and :Mrs. Les :McClellan: other than myself. along said Westerly' bounddry, a which it was assessed are as County. Florida. The name and address of the JOEL RODERICK HALL

visited l in the home of :Mr. andIrs. spent Wednesday with their Harold Norman: ; distance of 232.58 feet to the follows: 5/13/ 4tchg 6/3 personal representative'sattoiney Plaintiff vs SANDRA M. HALl.

:\ Carl Prevail on Sunday sister. :Mrs Gladys Pringle. (5::20:! 4tchg 6-10: Easterly boundary of said SW Certificate No. 62; Year of are set forth below.All Defendant

ifternoon 1/4of SE 1/4of NW 1/4 thence Issuance 1974.Description claims
; - - -- persons having or
North, along said Easterly of Property: W'A NOTICE OFAPPLICATION demands against the estate are NO OF SUIT
. SENIOR CITIZENS boundary, a distance of 409 feet of Lots 1 & 2 BLK 17 Ex N 5' & FOR required. WITHIN THREE PROPERTY

_.. to point of beginning, EXCEPT W'/i of Lots 1 & 2 Blk 18 L.T. TAX DEED MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
me Advisory lommitter of An person within, Plan B, at the Bradford County Road Right-of-Way along Co. s/D Sec 28, Twp 6-S, R22. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF that an action for Dissolution of

the Homemaker's Program. Medicare suffering from Library next Monday, May 24, Northerly boundary.to Name in which assessed: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THIS NOTICE, to file with the ,Marriage has been filed against
Peggy Barnett. Rev Preston I asthma. emphysema. at 3:: 15 p m. The library staff Arron H. Holley. that Steve Bires & Warren clerk of the above court a you Sandra M. Hall, P.O. Box

Perry Madeline Waters, and bronchial diseases and in need :Marina, Grace. Brenda. your wife, VIVIAN DELORIS Hunnicut, Jr. the holder of the written statement of any claim 244, Andrews, North Carolina

Joe Kerrigan met :May 5 to of a Wilson 1PPB Kathy. and Linda thank the McRAE. as a lump sum alimony, All of said property being in following certificates has filed or demand they may have. Each and you are required to serve a

discuss legal( and para-legal
ben Ices for the elderly and Pressure Breathing i unit support of the recent book copy of your written defenses, if Florida. be issued thereon. The must indicate the basis: for the ; to it. on the plaintiff's

l-low poverty level income should phone Mrs. Peggy sale It will be repeated next any. to the Petition on the Unless such certificate or certificate numbers and years of claim, the name and address of attorney, whose name and

pt'rsons.Irs.: Sally Nelson. lia rnl'tt. %47I84.Problems vi-ar. Petitioner's attorneys, J. J. certificates shall be redeemed issuance, the description of the the craditor; or his agent or address is Hon. George H.

CL'BIJ director has arrangedto l concerning Adelle and John Reedy have WOLBERT JR. SHAW, according to law the property property and the names in attorney and the amount. Pierce, P.O. Box 1030 Starke

have a speaker from the retirement. disability. returned home to Wisconsin.We KOPELOUSUS ft HEAD. 142 described in such certificate or which it was assessed are as claimed. If the claim is not yet Florida and file the original with

Florida Legal Services. Inc survivor's benefits studentS enjoyed their associationat West Call Street, P.O. Box 1086, certificates will be sold to the follows:: due, the date when it will he clerk of the above styled

Tallahassee at our next S. I benefits change of our club meetings for six Starke Florida, 32091, on or highest bidder at the court Certificate No.9 become due shall be stated. If ourt: on or before June 18,

Senior Citizen's Club meeting address. :Medicare or other months and hope to see them before June 4, 1976 and file the house door on the 8th day of Year of Issuance 1974 the claim is contingent or 1976: otherwise a judgementmay

Preparation is under wav to should phone the Social again next >ear original! with the Clerk of this June 1976. unliquidated) the nature of the be entered against you for

provide free flu hots( for't the Security) Office. Gaines ille. Don't lend money to Court eitner before service on Dated this 5th day of May Description of Property: SE 1/4 uncertainty shall be stated. If the the relief demanded in the

elderly in Bradford fnuntv 176-2575 collectA children for interest. Give it to Petitioner's attorney or 1976. of NE 1/4/ Ex 1 A Cemetery, Sec: claim is secured. the security complaint or petition.

This action 'will probablv 64 percent increase will them as a gift i but don't lend it.You immediately thereafter; 13, TWP 6 S. R-21 shall be described. The claimant
come within President Gerald be included in your July !Social ....ilIl05e the children and otherwise a default will be By Gilbert S. Brown Clerk of shall deliver sufficient copies:. of WITNESS my hand and the

K Fords $1 t'j! million L Security payment the money and you will get entered against, you for the relief Circuit Court of Bradford Name in which assessed: Frasier the claim to the clerk to enable seal of said Court on May 17th.

appropriation '<> administer. The adventures of ulcers. demanded in the Petition. County, Florida. Kelly Est. c/o Jessie Mae HaganAll the clerk to mail one copy to 976.

Swine Flu.1, cmt, in i. the Bullwhip Griffin." a Walt :Next meeting Tuesday, :May This notice shall be published 5/13 4tchg 6/3/ each personal; representative.All .

nation s entire population Disney movie will be shown 25 at 1 pili.* Pratt Street once each week for four ((4)) of said property being in tile GILBERTS. BROWNAs
_ _ _ _ _ "'I"- consecutive weeks in the IN--THE--CIRCUIT-- COURT- County of Bradford, State of persons interested in the Clerk of said Court
-Joe Kerrigan Bradford County Telegraph. Florida. estate to whom a copy of this
Foundation DATED this 4th day of May EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Unless such certificate or Notice of Administration has BY: Beulah M. Moody
Paving Co. 1976. FLORIDA IN AND FOR certificates shall be redeemed been mailed are required As Deputy Clerk

ASPHALT LEGALS BRADFORD COUNTY according to law the property WITHIN THREE MONTHS 5/20 4tchg 6/10

PAVING : GILBERT BROWN described in such certificate or FROM THE DATE OF THE

Fill$ Dirt -- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT CIVIL ACTION certificates will be sold to the FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS - - -- -
Grading : COURT bidder NOTICE file NOTICE OF
highest at the courthouse to any objectionsthey SHERRIFF'S SALE
door on the 8th day of may have that challenges
LandscapingFree BY: s/Beulah Moody June, 1976. the validity of the decedent'swill Notice a hereby given that I,
Deputy Derk : Adoption of JESSIE the qualifications of the Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of
Estimates IN RE: The Marriage of 5,6 4tchg 5/27 THOMAS JINKS ROBIN Dated this 5th day of May personal representative, or the Bradford County Florida under

HERMON RAMSEY Husband, --- LORENE BIRDYSHAW and 1976. venue or jurisdiction of the and by virtue of Writ of
and Shelia Ramsey Wife ELIZABETH ANN EARLE,
court. Execution
Phone 964-7813 NOTICE OF to-wit:
CaseNo.76-116 minors Plaintiff
BY: Gilbert S. Brown Clerk ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS,

_ _ Notice is hereby given that I I. Clerk of Circuit Court of AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Execution issued out of Circuit
County. FOREVER Bradford
_ _ _ _ _ TO: HERMON RAMSEY. Rt. Dolph E. Reddish, as Sheriff of NO PROPERlY 5/134tchg 6/3 BARRED. Florida County
Bradford County pursuant to a Final
1 Box 279, Pell City Alabama Florida, under TO: JAMES EARL JINKS Date of
the first Judgement for
and by virtue' of Writ of publication of Jean E. Mlligan
YOU NEED A WILL YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Execution, towit.Esecutiori GERALD G. BIRDYSHAW. and this Notice of Administration: of Starke, Florida, and
that an' action for dissolution of lAMES E. EARLE (addresses May\ 20, 1976. against Paul C. Nugent. Jr..

Everyone should have a Will because it Is ant marriage has been filed against issued of unknown) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTICE OFAPPLICATION defendant. in the amount of
.. .ntial document that will you and you are required to out NOTIFIED that an action for FOR J.W. Gaskins $1.061.SOtogether with
someday be County Court of Bradford costs of
serve a copy of your written Adoption has been filed against As
needed If Personal Representativeof collection
do County,
you not already have a Will, make defenses, ,if f any to ,it t on Final pursuant to a you JAMES EARL JINKS. the Estate of

arrangement with' on Attorney fo hove one RICHARD E. WELTY. Attorney Finance Judgement for Town GERALD G. BIRDYSHAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Mamie Lee OarkDeceased Have seized and

prepared I If you do hove a Will, plan to review It for Petitioner, whose address is Florida Company of Starke AND JAMES EARLE. (addresses that Steve Bires & Warren possession the have in my

periodically to make certain it still 114 N. Walnut Street. P O Box Norman and against Judy B. unknown) and you are required Hunnicut, 'Jr the holder of the described following

vour wishes... A expresses 995. Starke, Florida 32091, and defendant, in the to serve a copy of your written following certificates has filed ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL wit: personal property. to-
prop.rly pr.par.d Will amount of $740 65 '
.nabl.s file the original with the Clerk of together with defenses, if any to it, on tneplaintiff's said certificates for a tax deed to REPRESENTATIVE I
you to direct the administration of. costs of collection. be : 1973 Ford 2 dr. 1
your affairs the above-styled Court on or attorney, whose name issued thereon. The
offer your death... exactly before \ 31 Have seized and have in my and address a GEORGE certificate numbers and of I.D. 3J87A202648
as you wish. Call your May 1976 otherwise a H. years George H. Pierce, Esq; Fierce ft As the of
possession property the above
Attorney today and make yours. judgment may be entered described following FIERCE esquire, P.O. Drawer issuance, the description of the Hardy P.A; P.O. Drawer 1030 named defendant and
; that
(against you) for the relief wit: personal property to- 1030< Starke. Florida, :32091, property. and the names in Starka, Florida. 32091. Monday, the 14th day of June on
demanded in the Petition. and file the original with the which it was assessed are as Telephone; 964-5701 1976 at twelve ,
Archer WITNESS my hand and the clerk of the above styled court follows: o'clock Noon on
2tchg 5/27 said
I Home seaIofsidCourontPi2gc1yof 1965 Chevrolet 2 dr on or before June 07, 1976: day on the premises of the
I I.D. No. 118375N110462 otherwise Certificate, No. 31 '-------- Bradford County Jail, I will offer
a judgement Year of --
DOYlE M. ARCHER, l.F.D April, 1976. may be ; --- for sale and
Title 9511987 entered against you for the relief Issuance 1974.Description IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR sell to the highest
lake Butler Florida GILBERTS. BROWN demanded in the complaint or of Property: SE BRADFORD COUNTY. above bidder for cash in hand the

AS CLERK OF SAID COURT As the property of the above petition. -1/4 of SE 1/4 Sec 36 TWP 5-S FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION described property of said
496-2008 defendant
496-2056 named defendant and that on R-22. to satisfy the

Volunteer Ambulanc. Funerals By: Beulah M. Moody Monday, the 24th day of May WITNESS my hand and the Fla Number 76-139-CP aforesaid Execution.
Monuments Deputy Oerk at twelve o'clock Noon on seal of said Court on May 3, Name in which assessed:

_ _ _ _ _ 4/29 4tchg 5/20 said day on the premise, of the 1976 Valine Caldwell IN RE: ESTATE OF HELEN C. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff
Bradford County Jail. I will offer SMITH, Deceased. Bradford County. Florida j.
5/20 4tchg 610Pagett

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I t PERSONAL SERVICE [ FOR SALEM Mimosa Manor 0 ----

REGISTRATION OF Mobile Home!! ParkA r J'.It na

FICTITIOUS NAMESWe l Nice Place ''r '

the undersigned, being CLASSIFIEDS I 1 I WILL BABY SIT for anY age FOR SALE: Silver Queen white To Live

duly worn, do hereby declare child In my home. 966821, corn. Doley Mersey 473.3434 Large Lots C'ttWill'Jlar REALTY
tfchg. Clyde Hall 473-4662. ,
under oath that the names of all itchy Yard CareGarbage
- -- - 5/20
persons Interested in the FOR SALE OR RENTBrandnew Cans 'J
business - - -
or profession Mail
carried Boxes
i under the name of Bach Home on duplex.2 bedroom, C/A. Factory fresh latest styles.! TV Service Repair Of FOR SALE: One Holstein milk Water --.-
Also 24ft. Travel ---
trailer for 4 swCecella --
Improvement Co. at Intersection sale, $2,500. 9647574. Over 150 brands to choose All Makes & Models Of TV's cow, one Holstein heifer and Cent. Sewage Plant ,
Itp from.Junior and Missy styles.! horse. Call
Madison Street end Court 5/13 & Tape Decks one 964-6558 after Garbage Pickup Terwlllegar
Street, P.O. Box 1209, Starke, Complete training. 4 different Call 964-7923 Dahmer's' 5 p.m. or weekends. lip 5/20 2 Car Parking
----- -- -----
fixture decors to choose from. -- --- Concrete Patio Want trade ? We will
Florida 32091 and the extent of FOR RENT--Lovely mobile to up? Why not be delighted to
the interest of each, is as home, ideal for middle Visit our shops or talk to our 4/29 S/20 Improved Street handle the transaction. We have listings of higher
a follows: couple aged owners.Compare our shops to FOR SALE: Potatoes, shelly Electric Service to priced homes which are available and can sell your
near shopping center anyone's. Investment required beans, corn. John Crews. Rt. 200 Amperes
property, making It easy to move "up" to a better
and down Ucensed in
town Jo-Lu Motel 17500. Call collect ((813)) 922- plumber anywhere 1. Box> 64, 782.3822, Lawtey. Metered Gas ho .
G. Michael us*
50 and Mobile reasonable rates.
percent Home Park, 301 county, 5/20
(0788 for Mr Crofton. 5/20 1tp
Robert There's always a market 'for dwelling, whether
Gary Bach 50 percent South tfchg Eugene Edwards. 964-8802 Move In Bonus. any
5/27 --- --
"' 2tchg after 4 p.m. 2tp 520WANTEDResidential FOR SALE - FREE moderately priced or more expensive. So, moving Into
STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY FOR RENT: 2 bedroom. mobile ------- --- -- -- --- -- : Blueberries, you 1 Month Rent a different price level is really not that difficult. We
OF BRADFORD home. Call 473-3496 between ,...- pick 55 cents lb. Clifton's, Electric can find the right home for you if we don't already have
6 and 8 p.m. itchy 5/20 AUTOMOBILESUSED site for Bluebird Blueberry Patch, S- Hookup a listing on one that suits your special requirements.
swimming pool. Leading 200A, Earlton Road, 1 mile S. and let's discuss
Sworn to and subscribed --- --- -- Telephone today your needs and
before me this 4th day of May FOR RENT: Room & board at distributor wants a nice backyard Earlton. itchy 5/20 Phone!! 964-7498 If availability of homes in our area
to display new 1976 - - -
A.D. 1976 cost. Settled person only.

Health food served, private FOR SALE: 1973 Ford F-250, model of above ground pool. FOR SALE: One wheelchair like GR E EN ACRES Move "up" to this beautiful home on

Dudley P. Hardy bedroom. 404 N. Cherry lip 3/4 ton camper special, Top consideration given for new, Used two weeks. $100 a quiet street, finest neighborhood, CH&A, 3BR, 2B,
Notary Public, State of Fla. 5/20 loaded with Amerigo camper. prime location. Don't miss this Ph. 9647218. Itp 5/20 MULTIPLELISTINGS LR, separate DR, handsome kitchen den that openson

at Large -- --- ------ See to be appreciated. 964- opportunity. Call 384-5156 --- --- -- --- to a scenic patioextra large separate garage with
My Commission Expires: FOR RENT: 12 ft. wide mobile 5100 or 9647075.ltchg 5/20 Jacksonville collect tfchg 5/6 FOR SALE: Sears 3 wheel workshop, chain link fence around back yard, paved

5/28/77 home outside city limits. ------------ ------ ---- -- bicycle. Like new Cost $189, driveway 90 percent financing to qualified buyer.

5/6 4tchg 5/27 GORDON'S, 964-6114 or 4734777tfchg FOR SALE: 1973 Plymouth BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete only $75. Ph. 964-6262 or 964-
8417. 5/20 4 bedroom, 2 bath, % acre, out SARATOGA HEIGHTS Trade
to this
- --- - 3tchg 6/3 "up" attractive
Satellite Sebring plus. Loaded sharpening service, circular,
of town. Low down if qualified 3 BR home with a swimming pool, boat house, built In
-- --- ------ $3.000 or best offer. Call 782- hand, carbide, chain, mower
PUBLIC NOTICE FOR RENT: Oean mobile homein 520FOR blade hollow' ground and ------ -- -- wet bar marvelous Florida room all with easy
3283 782-3961.
country, 1 child, 1 pet. Ph. or Itchg balanced. Leave at Jackson Swimming pool owner 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 lots, out of financing. Have to see to appreciate
---- ---
Board of Bradford transferred, must be sold. town. Low down if qualified.
The School 9648498. Itp 5/20
SALE: 1973 mobile home, 3 Building Supply, Starke or
Florida will hold a Public Above ground aluminum, PARK STREET Gracious 2 story home with CH&A,
County, - ----- Keystone Heights
$300 tfchg.
bedroom 1 3/4 bath.
Hearing on the provisions of BRADFORD VILLAGE APART and, refinance balance. - - -- original factory crate, never 3 bedroom, 1 bath, in city. Low nestled among mature shrubs and towering trees on

Title IX regulations prohibiting MENTS: bedroom, modern, equity 7823215. 1tp 5/20 10>x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes erected. Will move & installon down if qualified. approx. 1.74 acres within walking distance to all

sex discrimination) in admissionand furnished, A/C, carpeting, and mobile homes. $180 your property. Pay balanceof conveniences.. An excellent investment
-- --------- .
employment and treatmentof walk-in closet enclosed patio, installed, $140 uninstalled. $795. Call 721 0122 collect. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 acres, out

students in education, as off street parking. 315 West FOR SALE: 1972 Ford pick-up, (GATOR MOBILE HOME 5/13/ 4tchg 6/3 of town. PARADISE LAKE KEYSTONE One of the most

established by the U.S. Washington St. 964-8601. F-1001/2 ton 302 V-8 engine, SERVICE CO. Ph. 3729767, beautiful homes in the area brick spacious with six
Department of Health, tfchg standard trans. Call 782-3954 Gainesville, tfchg. FOR SALE--Swimmmg pool Acreage of all sizes, from $700 bedrooms and plenty of property.Ideal for the large

Education and Welfare/Office of - - -- after 5:30: p.m. 1tp 5/20 sacrifice. Leading per acre and up. family and even the in-laws.

civil Rights. This public hearing FOR RENT: Single room efficiency ------------ Assorted size Index card file manufacturer and distributorhas
will be held at the regular school apt. $70, utilities furnished FOR SALE: 1966 Fairlana 289 V- THE OFFICE SHOP Ph. 964-- aluminum rectangularpools FRED SACKETT BESSENT ROAD. Hot and getting hotter property in

board meeting June 14, 1976 at 127 \Lafayette St. 964- 8 automatic. Call 782-3954 5764. left over from 1975 REALTOR this area is booming approx 60 acres, home with

5:30: p.m., in the School Board 5951. Itchg 5/20 after 5:30: p.m. Itp 5/20 season, 1/2 price, guaranteed '105 N Temple <(US-10U< CH&A, shed barn and a nice trailer. Owner financed.

Room of the County -. - - ---------- -- Desk Spindles THE OFFICESHOP installation and terms. Coll 904 4.6S22, 468.1153

Administrative Offices on North FOR RENT: 2 furnished apart FOR SALE: 1969 MGB $',000. Ph. 9645764. collect, Jacksonville days or AssociatesBill COUNTRY HOMEwith approx. 4.29 acres fenced, a

Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. ments. Ph. 964-8071. 1tp 5/20 Top condition, new tires, top evenings 904-398-5103 tfchg productive vegetable garden, well landscaped pasture

- - - and upholstery. Call 9648616any .- - -- --- Trigg-Nite 468.1642 fields with roses and beautiful frees...room for horses
Specifically, Title IX states: "No FOR RENT: 2 room apt. and 1 time. Itp 5/20 Dick Coss-Nite 9646364Mac Also excellent storage buildings.
person in the United States housekeeping room, all utilities ------------ FOR SALE: Roll roofing $5 ;per: McConnell.Nile 964-8789
shall, on the basis of sex> be furnished TV & air cond. FOR SALE: 1975 Toyota station LOST AND FOUND loll, shingles $10,50 per sq.. CROSBY LAKE Easy terms on picturesque

excluded from employment of Also sleeping rooms with refrigerator wagon, 4 door Corolla, air plumbing fixtures> Fiberglasstub waterfront property so convenient to town. You will

participation in, be denied the A/C & TV. Cometo cond., automatic, R/H. and shower enclosures be in good company with the people who have already

benefits of, or be subjected to Underwood Motel, 301 N. Heaths Garage, Kingsley Lakeor THE BARGAIN CENTER, 301 purchased.
discrimination under any Starke Itp 5/20 5332802. Itp 5/20 MISSING vicinity Starke South! itchy Real
Ralph Bryan
Elementary School, silver
- - -
education program or activity - - --- ----------- NEEDED: 300 acres 100 acres in pasture acres in
receiving Federal financial FOR RENT: 2 bedroom trailer on FOR SALE: Motor Home 1972 charm bracelet Reward. FOR SALE: New & Used furni- woodland.
McClelland, Rt. 2, Box> 68.D, & Specializing in Lots and AcreageFor
assistance." Griffis Loop. Call 96418 till Lifetime 20' 350 Chev., 14,000 ture, new carpet
2 pm or 9648816 after 5 miles, self contained, 4 KW Starke. Itp 5/20 Congoleum, cloth 30 cents Building or Mobile Homes. NEEDED: Small homes in good repair either in townor
-- --
Jockel E. Kohler Gen. 6 - - - yd., zippers I cent per inch. out.ROAD.
Richard H. p.m. Z \Lee. tip 5/20 sleeps radio,
Lots Lake 100 ft.
of Schools tape, 12,000 BTU roof
Superintendent -- --- air. .
on water $7.800 owner
5/20 2tchg 5/27 FOR RENT: Two BR furnished Excellent cond. Ready to South tfchg financing. 100 Large home with good floor plan and five

- - - house. $115 per month with travel $6,900. F, Delano t 1I0TORCYCLES ] FOR SALE: 1 acre homesitos, acres.
-- -- --
NOTICE $60 deposit. No pets. Phone Thomas, 964-6507 after 5 Crosby Lake Estates, 2 mi. W. RALPH BRYAN
964-6560 after 5 p.m Itchg p.m. tfchg of Starke on Rd 100. Owner Cecelia/ T Terwillegar Realtor

C.H. Nasworthy has made 5/20 ---- - financed. 964-6488 after 6 Realtor 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke. Florida
the Bradford ._ FOR SALE Motor 1971 SUZUKI OF STARKE
to Home Your
application - -- -- : : pm tfchg. ...",10" 964-87B8davornight
County Zoning board for Dodge Champion 23,000 authorized Suzuki Dealer
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reclassification of the property FOR RENT 1 famllvslIn'er on miles. Perfect condition. Only Phone 964-6020.;! 304 East Call FOR SALE: Mobile home lo\s n OFFICE PHONE 96 ..7776I

descnbed below from R1C to BR Lake cottage for rent bv 8500. Ph. 964-6262 or 964- Street. tfchg. $95 down. Few lots still avail- HOME PHONE "45145II

311. located just out of city week Kingsley A'' C Call 533-2366 8417. 5/20 3tchg 6/3 - - -. able in several subdivisions.Ph. I

limits East on Hwy 16 on left 1 - --- -- I-OR SALC: Honda 750 four, 72, 4681551. tfchg -n '. -
1/4 acres on the front of Garden tfchg FOR SALE: 1966 Mustang 200,3 perfect mech. shape, well '

Acres subdivision in Section 27' .. ..... speed, body rough but engineruns cared for, 7,000 miles actual, /11<,.t ( ye..rs'ol'\-
Township 6 South Range 22 good. Excellent gas mile beautiful, like brand
new in \ built house on double cor
East to build and operate a age, 8 track tape player FOR SALE REALESTATE
HOUSES FOR SALEFOR included every way See after five HOUSE Long Champ >ier lot in city, with 3 bedrooms,
convenience store. $550. 964-8559 after ..;:: v
daily. 964-6061. tfchg :. '_
,0"11. V
baths, living room, family
...... 5pm. Itp 5/20 have
|Here is what always
- you Home
- kitchen central heat
New 3 BR 1 !% hath stucco room, nice
This change in classification is -- -- - desired.
subject to a public hearing to be CH&A WW carpet, Bee. stove, BuildingMaterials and air, separate utility room
SALE: 2 BR block home. FOR SALE: New 1976 Suzuki '
held on Tuesday. June 29 1976 Family room with fire place. motorcycle 60 miles. Only |3 BR 1 1/2 Bath Home, 5 cor lot.-o24.500, terms plus swimming pool.

at 7.30: p m. in the County Reduced $1.000 Now EAtSERVICEFREE $450. Ph. 964-6262 or 964- months old, C.B. .
Commission Room in the 130'frontage 4 BR 3 bath, 4 acres $45,000 18 acres in Lawtey
$16500 Ph. 964-6262 or 964- 8417. 5/20 3tchg 6/3 Construction on -WE BUILD -
Bradford County Courthouse.At 8417. 5/20 3tchg 6/3 by 7001 deep lot at -- -
- - -
this time all persons esss em- Sampson Lake. 3BR 1 bath, frame, CH&A, "YOUR PLANS OR OURS 5.10 acre tracts, high land on

interested shall be heard for or FOR SALE.-12 x 60 mobile cuddly puppies, 7 weeks fenced cor. lot $15,000 YOUR LOT OR OURS" paved road Graham area.

against the proposal, as home. Central an, partially old. First come, !805 W. FOR SALE Bill Powell Broker 2 BR frame- $8,400 terms -FREE ESTIMATES- -
specified in the Zoning Code of furnished In mobile t home Lafayette St., Starke. 1tp t 1 964 6464 Frame. 2 BR house 1 bath on 1
Bradford County. park in town. 964.8860 after 4 5/20 8.7 Acres In Starke, $15.500 REMODELING REPAIRS; i acre. B.iy'ess' Hwy Area.
- - -
p.m. 4 29 4tchg 5/20 Call Wayne Douglas 3 BR 1 Bath, CB. Equity & - -
A.R. Kiefer, Chairman HORSES BOARDED of HOMES BOUGHT 3 to 6 acres clear. 4 mi NIWof
-- - -- - -- acres 96.6593tfnFloriland" assume 6
10 >x 20 PATIO COVER: Installed' percent mtg. .
Bradford County wooded trails, SOLD TRADED Starke
FOR RENT: Olm's Subdivision pastures, many $185 00. uninstalled 14000. $17,500
Zoning Board 1/2 acre lets, $3000 per $25 per month. For further Gator Mobile Home Service. ACREAGE FOR SALE
12 Acres-well, pole & Septic
month. Water & Sewage information please call 964- 372-9767. tfchg. 1 & 2 acres mobile, home sites.N .
lip 5'20 furnished. For information call 7490. Wed., Thurs., Friday - -- ----- Realty tank, fenced, $15.000 964-6853 W. of Starke Terms
Mdrk Olin Olm's Mobile between 10 and 2. 5/20 4tchg Hwy 301 t S Starke TFUNITEDFARMAGENCV
Homes Sales Hwy 100 W, 6/10 WATSON'S 393 N. Temple Ave. 36.35 Acres 1300 I ft. on US 301

NOTICE OF APPLICATION St.irke 964 5606. tfchg - - -- HOUSE OF VACUUMS $56,500 good terms George Roberts Jr.
3 BR Cor. Lot $15,000.
AVON pALLING: To buy or sell 140 A. farm M.H. PEG REAL ESTATE BROKER
hog hook-up,
- -
FOR SALE: 3 BR. 2 B.un, clock Avon. Call 755-2807 or write Many brands of new vacuums. INC.
HEREBY Den & Used machines available. 1 Acre Building Lots on RD 16. 2 barns appx> 45 acres planted tf 964.7026quick
NOTICE IS GIVEN with LR. DR garageon Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box> 220 Keg Real Estate Broker
that Steve Bores & Warren large lot at 1105 W. Lake City, Florida. tfchg Expert Repairs all makes. - $18.000 down & assume $75.000 2u6 S. Water St.

Hiuinicut' Jr. the holder of the Madison St Call Freeman - -- -- Parts and Accessories for all 31 Acres, 1/4 mi on St Rd.. mtg with Fed. Land Bank. National AdvertisingPaul \

following certificates has filed Register III 964 8771 or 964- vacuums. Built in central Ideal For Subdividing. Faulkner-Broker c''pt while >us wmt-l-
said certificates for a tax> deed lobp 5888. tfchg NEW GO-Bese Grapefruit Diet vacuum cleaning systems 712 - We have farms, commercial & Irene Faulkner-Assoc. ;San copies at a reasonable
issued thereon. The - Pill. Edt satisfying meals and N. Main Gainesville 3767110.tf 48 Acre Farm with home 112 mi. business property.Call 964-5066 |1'1'11-1'l 'I'UK: OI-tUK: SHOP.
loso weight, ANDREWS on St. Rd. 229 I'h. certificate numbers and years ofissuance FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 bath >
PHARMACY, 356 W. - anytime also evenings 2 BR Frame 90' >x 100' lot -
the description of the house with/ den $1,000 down - - -

property, and the names in and take over payments of Madison, Starka. 4/22/ 5tp SALES & SERVICES on appliances Cor. lot, with storage Bldg. (associates) 964-7154 & 782-3397 $7.90000E ( : ',Alf. rI It )(,..., ;guides|

which it was assessed are as $135 monthly. 1206 BradfordSt. 5/20 used appliances, - UWTir - ,"ill\ drds. Kiivthiny, your
Income for Sale. Hi. Frame &
Room carpeted
- -- - Property m
follows. 964 6062. Itchg 5/20 washing machines dryers. .. d fur fixing a i !hung' :system
ALCOHOLICS - 7823806Photo panelled, air cond 1 acre,
- -- - ANONYMOUS: A/C, electric and gas stoves ,, he Office
; Ai 'ordie it I
Certificate No. 27: Year of FOR SALE' 3 bedroom, 2 bath 114 Christian Street, Starke, THE BARGAIN CENTER 301 House for Rent $75.00 mo. __.._ i Nr.. .14,05 win a MIMrA $1590000
Issuance 1974 Description of mobile home C/A and heat Fla. Thursday and Sundays 8 South. tfchg -- - - -

A PARCEL IN NW 1/2 lot. Woodland p.m. Tues. 1 1pm. Women's VERNIE P. ODOM 57 acres beautiful land, fiontage, ShopMOBILE
Property: on acre - - - albums! flip file THE
COR OF LOT 21 BEING 2401 E& Acres 4 miles S. Starke on Group. Call 9645709. 964- Reg. Broker OFFICE SHOP. Ph. 96 on Hwy 301, $57,000 good terns HOME
W By 363', N & S. in 301. 964 6763 tip 5/20 5434 or 9646894. 16tp 6/24 MISSION STORE-321 N. 964 5476 964.7700Sundays - -
- -- -- Temple Ave. Clothing 516"f We have several 20 acre tracts in PARK(
Woodlawn. Sec' 32 Twp 5 S, R - - -
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom brick 2 SEWING MACHINES repaired, dishes, misc.. items 9'30 to 4 ,- - improved pasture with pecan INSIDE CITY LIMITS

22Name in which assessed. Paul baths large corner lot. Ph. all makes cleaned oiled and p.m. Oosed on Wed. 4/29 4tp I I Well Drilling trees- Some of the nicest land in
5/20/ Bradford County
L Crawford, Jr. 9646964. 5/20 3tp 6/3 adjusted, $7. Work guar.
anteed. James Strickland, ,
- - -
10:35: A.M. 2" Thru 6" MonthALL
All of said property being in FOR SALE: By owner, 6 room corner Morgan Road & Hwy. FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts 30

the County of Bradford State of frame house, chain link fence, 16. tfchg and supplies. OLiN'S MOBiLE WPXE Radio Fast Rotary SANDERS CITY CONVENIENCES
Call 964 8212 after - -- -
HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W I
Unless such certificate or 415. 5/20 2tp 5/27 MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also Starke"', 964 5606 tfchg 1490 Drilling Equipment LAWN SERVICE GAS, WATER AND SEWER
certificates shall be redeemed - -- - mobile home hurricane anchoring ,
- - State Licensed Jo-Lu Motel
according to law the property FOR SALE: 1971 mobile home t and mobile home roor'coating. 964-5529

described in such certificate or 12x60 1 1/2 bath, furnished, Ohn's MOBILE Home BRASINGTONCadIllacOldsmobile 964-8810
certificates will be sold to the new carpet. LR and bath Service. 965606 St Rd. Jimmy Moore : : LICENSED INSURED TF CHG

highest bidder at the courthouse $3.500. Call 284-3036 after 16W & Jet 233 Starke, Fla. Sales & Service Sun Sports I Pumps 13tpd7 1

door on the 15th day of 5.30 p.m. for appointment. tfchg Finn I Soled, lion Of L ml
June 1976. 5/20 2tp 5/27 Cars alien, On MORE BOAT FOR I I
--- ---- Cadillac/ Iraih-f YOUR : New & Used :
Dated this 11th day of May - - - MONEY TF Public AuctionEvery
1976. Desk Spindles THE OFFICE 2001 N.W. 13 318.3301GAINESVILLE
FOR SALE: By owner, large STARKE PH 964.5791 Sales-
SHOP. Ph. 964-5764 PansService
brick home, custom built, 3 I If COMPLETE OUTBOARD & Wednesday and Saturday N.ghls.t 7 p.m.
BROWN - - -
GILBERT BR 2 bath, family room, STERN DRIVE SERVICE E-Z TermsPlumbing 4 miles north in Keystone Heights on Highway 21
BY. Beulah M. Moody central air, heat and vacuum I Consignments Welcome

system. Reduced $3,000 to AND REPAIR Turn Those Unused Items Into Cash I II
Clerk of Circuit Court of 42000. Located on Bessent & COMPLETE FIBERGLASS I I I Phone 473.3621
Bradford County Florida. Road. Ph. 964 6262 or 964- rJ DRil lI REPAIR I
4-2* Mchg 5-27
5 20 4tchg 6, 10 8417. 5/20 3tchg 6/3 CUSTOM BUILT FIBER Bill Lewis

- - - New Installation
FOR SALE OR RENT: Store or t'

FOR SALE : 1964 VW, mtCh office bldg. 1200 sq. ft. Central I I I IAll II II Remodeling

v. Impala Call 964- air and heat. 213 E. Call i 1:1. Repairs

455S after % p.m. or Street. Ph. 964-6262 or 964- II Olin's Subdivision

weekend. Itchg 8417. 5/20 3tchg 6/3 I ".' .. I

- - - of eay. #..'r POODLEJGROOMING 11 I Durrance\\ i
FOR SALE-Daytilies, all colors, FOR SALE: By owner,3 year old i t l

.. hybrids, newest varieties, brick house. 3 BR, 2 bath, I Types Roofing I l l lI
Dipkxds. and Tetra loids .SO C/H & A. Off 301 between I Pumps & Supply 1
... cents and up. Mrs. R.F. Lawtey and Starke. 964-6915. Residential & Commercial Two Full Time

Young 203 Christian St. Itp 5/20 I FREE Roof Inspection | GroomersAppointments Company UIXUJW FUTJJKtS SCENIC LOCATION I I
2tp - - -
FOR SALE: By owner 3 bedroom 1864 ? ?, ssei-1
y New Roof Or N. Temple Ave.
brick home. Repairs
I I 00 Per Mo. Water &
Cent. heat & air, landscaped Call 964-7410 J Your Convenience Starke % Acre Lots For Rent 30 Sewage Furnished
yard with scenic view. Financing

t FOR RENT ) 2tp 5/27 available. 964-5667. 5/20 L __ Free Estimates s/20 8, 12 J 96478375.20 e-24 A--964.7061 Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 16 A Morjan Rd ittLEGALS .

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weakened iger1ootballersGirding


For Grid Jamboree... I Extra anCara *,I

Eight veterans and a bunchof Four year starter Glen game experience will be in thee ,",.'I'fb'f:1i": : .. iSSv-; :: *: (D1000[1 [ AUTO
newcomer freshmen and Kemp is quarterbacking th line up when the Tiger : :
sophomores driven by assis- team now. Coach Yanossysays gridders meet Williston in the
tant Coach Frank Yanossy are players are being shifted first quarter of the jamboreeat \ I. 'II (!((1J tB lJ0r0! SALES
working hard at Union High around to try to use the talentto 7:30: p.m. next Thursday. I D o
School to make a decent show- Its best advantage. The The Tigers will play Dunellonin
ing in the 1976 football jam- Tigers will go with their wishbone the third quarter. -- jln 75 RABBIT 75 POP-UP CAMPER
boree set next Thursday, May offense and monster "I think we'll make a pre- \ 1C.
27, in Chiefland. defense. sentable appearance over : On 1972 Ford F.250 -
The team was strengthenedby there" Yanossy says. "I don't ,....It. EXTRA CLEAN a

ing"The as hard kids as have they been can.work-I just the Frank return of demons starting center and Yanossy think we'll; notes be embarrassed.that with so" .....,'',f1. .,I .. '." '. ... .... i $2850 $3995 !
hope everything works out to returning letterman David many inexperienced playersin
.. ...
our satisfaction, says Powell when baseball season the lineup the offense is \ "" .>> -. .. ; I "
Yanossy, who is handling ended this week. slow developing, :. : ?>:... :
past Experienced although ,. :!
spring grid practice along is made. ,' ," .', d 74 CHEVY NOVA 74 DUSTER
with coaches Vernon Turner spring players practice still besides out for progress The defense being should be in ...1Ii .:'''t' .'i.04. ......
and Carl Drake. Clemons, Powell and Kempare better shape Yanossy indi- Lawtey's CETA funds are going to remodel the former SCL railroad depot into a new city hall. L 4 Door 6 Cyl, Air Condo Ip
Carpenters are remodeling the inside now and are nearing/ completion. The remodeling bo
The team is backs Michael Dukes, cates.
the loss of six starters hampered, Includ-by Sam Jackson and Dean There is still not word about completed by June 30, though the city may occupy the building earlier.! $279595 $2495

ing quarterback Paul White, Dukes, and linemen Danny renewal of the contracts of the
who quit the team when Coach Johns and Darrell Williams. assistant coaches, Yanossysaid.
Jimmy Thomas resigned from Six freshmen and a bunch of "We're just" kind of Lawtey Getting New City HallLAWTEY u 74 VEGA 74 FORD RANGER ..aHatch8ack
coaching duties May 11. sophomores with no varsity hanging in there.
= Pick-Up., Air Cond._ *
The new city warehouse and new city hall. shotgun and locking rack for u '
hall will be ready for -Agreed to visit and ask six the police car at a cost of$110. C Air' Auto; Auto Trans.. Camper Top i
I 0-0 Misfits Are ChampionsOf occupancy by the city by the water customers who are not -Discussed but took no
I next regular meeting June 7, using the city water but have action on getting work done on : $1995 $3495
Commissioner Buster Bennett meters to pay the $6 per city streets.Maintenance Man *
told the town fathers at the month minimum as required Leo Dyal hasn't been able to
First Half Men's SoftballThe May 4 meeting. under the contract the mow or fill holes in the streets 73 VEGA 72 FORD
The "new" city hall is the residents signed when they because he picks up garbagetwo *
Misfits went throughthe Second half play got underway ings before Badcock explodedfor former Seaboard Coastline requested city water. days and has to keep the -4c Station Wagon, Station Wagon
first half of the Starke Monday night May 17, five runs to take the game station which the railroad -Refused to sell a resident a water system operating. After Air Condo AC, AT, PS, PB *
Recreation Department'sMen's with two new teams in the 85.The Senior Boys are madeup donated to the city. The culvert, saying the city won'tgo a few weeks the council hopesthe *
Slow Pitch Softball league Devrick Auto Parts of boys ages 16-18 spon- former depot has been moved into the business when man hired to keep the $1595 $1895
from the railroad to a new culverts be garbage collection point
League undefeated to take the and the Senior Boys. sored by the Recreation can purchased on open
first half championship with a First saw the Misfits Department The upstart home in front of the present the retail market. can also help out with city *
10-0 record. welcome game the Devrick team seniors surprised Badcock city hall. -Agreed to seek from the maintenance. : 73 fORD TORINO 74 PINTO *
Badcock Furniture finished Rick before going under. For the past few weeks Florida Development -Agreed to build a 20 by 44
with 20.8 trouncing.
second in the first half of play Bennett a and David Bennett The Seniors outhit Badcock carpenters have been Commission office furniturefor foot utility shed on the water Station Wagon Station Wagon *
with a 5-5 record. Brooker each hit a pair of home runs 8-4 with Donnie Thomas leading remodeling the depot for use the new city hall. system site to house the city's AC, AT. PS, PB Auto Trans.
finished third at 4-6. The for the Misfits. Fred Wheeler the boys with two hits. as a city hall at a cost of about -Agreed to supply equipment and to be a pump *
Gators trailed with an 0-10 Larry Mercer had two hits for $2,000.The council also agreedto information about city water house. Councilman Bennett is
mark. also had Thomas a round tripper.and Donald Raymond Badcock. purchase? two air mains in an effort to get in charge of that constructionas : $2695 $1995 mx
conditioners for $849. reduced fire insurance rates. well as renovating the new
Wheeler led the team with
Schedule --Okayed purchase of a city hall. c.
GF Lending three hits each. Monday !May 24: 7:30: p.m. -Received an applicationfrom II .72 TOYOTA MARK IIPrCond1995; 7
The Misfits had a total of 18 Devrick Brooker Mrs. Judy Miscally to
base hits compared to Devrick Misfits vs. Gators.Wedn.sday. 8:45: work in the city hall if and BUS Band Rated Excellent In State U
Dixie Youth Auto Parts' four hits. Hal p.m. vs. when an assistant clerk is Bradford High School Band c 72 FIAT . . .. . . .995 n
Bishop and Rollins each had May 26: 7:30: hired because of the water received excellent in Fay Bayles and Cana Schmidton 18
two hits for Devrick. p.m. Badcock vs. Devrick billing work. the Florida an Bandmasters'rating flute solos,John Goolsby on 72 CHEVELLE MALIBU . 1895 5"Terwillegar
Baseball Play The Senior Boys led Bad- Auto! Parts, 8:45 Misfits vs. -Agreed at the request of Association State Festival French horn, Jeff Wilson and

Guaranty Federal is on top cock Furniture 4-3 for six inn Senior Boys. Hermte request a Kelly traffic to light again be May 7, bringing home 10 and Chuck the Hudson twirling in duet a drum of Briar duet, RiU Rin 70 PLY. SATELLITE! .",?? Y: ..",.$795 a

of the Dixie Youth Baseball superior ratings for individual Patray and Lisa Mitchell.

League, sponsored by the FPL Poirering ...I.From......PaRe.....1).)...................... Lake installed Avenue at the and intersection US-301 but of performances. Fair ratings were given' 69 FORD THUNDERBIRD H.,,\qE.q $795 n
Starke Recreation Depart- Students earning superior John Knight on baritone, K.4J
told Kelly the council doesn'texpect '
with 20record.. ratings were Lee Felton on W MII HiHMM B HHH 7
ment, a and
saxophone trio of
Commission the Council the would action to be taken XIII
the serve as any
agency tuba Steve Moran
Close behind is the Chamberof on string
Mark Rick
Commerce team with a 2-1 planning agency until more "be in politics" and State and by the state Department of bass, and the majorette corpsof Brenda Sapp Ilay.Accompanists. Holtzendorfand KEYSTONE HEIGHTS :
mark. complete information is Federal officials wouldn't like Transportation. Briar Patray, Karen Howe,
Last Friday's games were obtained. it.The -Agreed to install street Donna Samons, Lisa Mitchell, Ekard, Melanie Morris were, !Lisa Mrs.
rained out and will be resche- City Attorney George deadline for having a lights in front of the homes of Debby Harper, Ronda Griffis, Mona Canova Mrs. !Michael : 473-4470 & 473-4078 *
duled. Pierce said this would comply comprehensive plan completed Kelly and Joe Britt. Stephanie Green and Karen Woodfin and Mrs Verna
with the July 1 deadline, and is 1979 Pierce said. -Refused to dig a ditch for Reddish. *
The Elks Lodge edged 7-5 by Extra Clean Cars
ordinance that ".. with city .
Gem Jewelry on the nine presented an to Warren charged that .the Kelly equipmentwith Excellent ratings went to
effect, which he read the is ahead of in Kelly paying, because it .
strike out relief pitching of County way us - - - -- -- -- -
Clayton Norman Monday necessary times for passage. this zoning and planning would establish a bad <-
night May 17. Norman Following the reading, a matter." precedent.A .
relieved in the first inning rl'Solutionas passed unani "Only because they carpenter hired with
after the Elks got four runs mously with Warren saying he borrowed all our material to federal CETA funds has been Motors
and cooled the Elks off. voted for it only> because it do it with," MayorCommissioner working since mid-April and
Errors played a big part in was "better than nothing, Charles Schaefer will continue until June 30.
Gem Jewelry scoring as they adding that if in the hands of snapped back. -Assigned Bennett to seek
got just three hits but the Elks termite protection_ for the
committed five errors that Madison
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made the difference.The .
Elks couldn't hit either
as they had just two hits, both S r'r
by Chuck Johnson. Norman,
Ricky Sullivan and Joun
Itiggs had hits for Gem

Stands Thru:May 17
Guaranty Federal 2-0,
Chamber of Commerce 2-1,
Gem Jewelry 2-1, Super 'D' 1- FINAL

2, Elks 03.Schedule i

fo'rlddYI.1Y: 21: 5:30: pm. -
Super 'D' vs. Elk's Lodge, 7 Hours
: ===
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:Monday, :May 21: 5:30: pm. DAYS
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Jewelry.Guaranty Federal vs. Gem Fri Sat 10-5 -l -

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drizzle and mud last Saturdayat
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Laura Chase earned eighth in 12 x 70 t
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Griffith earned eighth in the
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Linda Richardson was the SUPER LOW PRICES
most disappointed of the girls,
according to track coach '
Melba Howard. Linda $1995
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the mile run, clocking in at Ji -
"They were there for a SPECTACULAR SAVINGSTHE
learning experience. They did 2 Repossessed For Only
the best they could," said
Coach Howard of her first-
year squad. Nearly all lady 5% Down -
tracksters should return for GONE FISHING
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year's squad had no graduating -
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