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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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for the 234 gradu- WiiiterFacingLocal
seniors at teachers retiring n.xt week at the .nd of Hobbs, Mr*. Evelyn Haney, Mrs. Gladys Wasdin, and Following two 3-
ating
the 1972-73 term are ((1.r) Mrs. Muriel Norman, J.C. Mrs. Martha Wheeler.
Bradford High 2 votes by the Brad-:

School commence- SchoolsDespite ford County School

ment exercises Board Coach David

Monday night."We 6 Veteran Teachers RetiringSix Hurse will not
a windfall of some $1.2 be the head football

must show by our responsible million, It still appears that studentsat coach and athletic
actions that we deserve -
to be called adults," veteran Bradford Coun- bers who stay on the job years, all In Bradford County. duties. For many years Mrs. Southside Elementary will have to director at Brad-

Miss Chasteen told her 233 ty educators retiring this year year after year lend a solidity She began her teaching Norman has been almost an wait until the 1974-75 school term before -
classmates.The were honored by Supt. Jim and continuing factor career In the old Heilbronn institution as a fourth grade ford High for the
BUS valedictorian also Temple last Thursday at a to a school that Is a valuable School. After three years teacher in Starke Elementary. receiving adequate heating and air school year 1973
luncheon at the Garden Res- asset, Morgan says. Mrs. Norman moved to Brooker -
urged that different genera- Southslde Principal J. C. conditioning In the class rooms. and 1974 and the
tions work together.She spoketo taurant. "Principals could come and to teach where she stayed Hobbs Is
after
retiring 36
an audience that filled the go, most anything could hap- five years. The next seven in The Bradford County School half years. two Jobs will now
Mu- the
1973 retirees are Mrs. years profession, 28
Bradford High stadium, one riel Norman, Starke Elemen- pen, but things went on because she returned to Heilbronn in Bradford County. His tea- Board approved a submitted The new funds are part of be made separate.It .
of the largest crowds to attend those solid dependable where she served as prin- resolution Tuesday morning, the State of Florida's$350,000
tary; J. C. Hobbs, principalat their ching career began In 1937 during Its monthly meeting, million bonding for was pointed out, however,
the annual exercises,and and people were there doing cipal for five years at $90 in Sneads School In Jack program
Southside High
one of the largest graduating Elementary job. They knew their Job,knew per month. She remembers lIe which will qualify the countyto school buildings, but involvesno that Coach Hurse can apply
former Bradford High coach son County. came toBrad-
classes. ; what to do, no matter what scrubbing floors, carrying In receive some $1.2 million local tax dollars. for either job, but after Tues
ford
Mrs. Evelyn Haney, BUS art, County In 1942 to workS.
of State Capital Outlay Bonds day's board action, a teachercan
around them.
Demand wise and honest went on fire wood and planning menusIn
The however will
government, demand honest Mrs.Latin Gladys and biology WasdIn,teacher fourth; Mrs. Norman tught 40 addition to her teachingat ( .. Page 4)) within the next one and one- not be money available, until, after no longer hold a positionas
both coach and athletic
and clean law enforcement grade teacher at Southside; ,'. January 1, 1974, so until then director.
Commencement Speaker Foster Shi Smith, former BUS parents can only expect makeshift While Hurse can apply for 5.
told the
Ralph Turlington gra-
duates. Then be responsible principal and present county repairs. either Job, Supt. Jim Temple \
enough to follow and live up staff member, and Mrs. Mar- While the renovation, light- also made It clear thatit
to those demands, urged Tur- tha Pelham Wheeler, third ing, air conditioning and heating would take his recommen-
lington, a prominent member grade teacher at Starke Ele- City Authorizes Bonds of both Southslde Elemen- dation for Hurse to land either -
mentary.
of the Florida House of Representatives tary and Starke Elementary, Job.
from Gaines Speaker at luncheon hon- has been placed as a numberone Following the school board
ville. oring his former coworkerswas priority, Supt. Jim Tem- action, Coach Hurse stated
retired Supt. Harmon P. ple explained that the $1.2 that he felt he knew how the
"No matter what occupationyou Morgan who said he knows the millions can only be spenton voting was going to go, but
choose, live life greatlyand retirees are dedicated people, Milliontally projects approved by a appeared before the board so
nobly, so your ideals will deserving of their retirement Totaling $1.8 state survey and that the that the public would know
live on," said Rep. Turlington. salary. school renovations in ques- that Supt. Temple had requested

He challenged the grad- Morgan said the Bradford tion had not been approvedin BUS Principal
uates to take time to work, school system is beginningto the 1971 survey. Charles Francis to replace
play, read, be friendly, take
time to dream, to love and lack permanent teachers A resolution authorizing the the power plant. It will this time. unrealistic" in view of Temple added, however, him as athletic director.
to be loved. such as the retiring educa- Issuance of supplementary u- not be made until a study In making his report on the costs of maintaining the sys- that he has already been In While Temple had requested -
"Look around, because life tors. Permanent faculty mem- tility revenue bonds up to, has been completed to determine fiscal aspects, Henann said tem. lie said he did not know contact with the state board that the two Nurse positions be
$1.8 mil- of education and that a sur- made separate, appear-
but not exceeding what
Is too short to be selfish," portion of the that the city's present sewer
said the Gainesville legislator. lion was unanimously adopted $1.8 million Is necessary at charge to customers "Is to- (See Page 4)) (S.. Page 4)) (S.. Page 6))

"Take time to laugh," 2 Plead by the City Council Tues-
day night.

($.. Page 6)) The new issue would be I Ionler

GuiltyTo used 000 generator to finance for a new the $750-municipal Plant Still Stinks Residents Say

power plant, with the -
llt iiriwtr.y remainder used for extension "It doesn't take a college ary permits Instead of a per- joins National Protein properwick turned in to the boardty woodyard the intersec-

Drug of sewer lines and pollution degree to know it stinks," manent one. and who lives 400-500 yards a report for a 30-day Inspec- tion of US-301 and SR-221,
control measures in connec- Hampton resident James M. The Hampton plant is now from the plant, said odor from tlon period he had made at and at the plant -- and list-
t tion with the sewer system. Broome, who lives adjacentto :operating under a three-month the plant Is so bad people the request of the board. It ed prevailing weather con-
The action was taken after National Protein's ren- temporary permit from AWPC in the area have to keep their ditions, wind direction, and
t ti ChargesTwo Harvey Henann, the city's fiscal dering plant, told the County due to expire shortly. homes closed up. showed Inspection Trawick atfour had locations-made dally results of the test.

i 1' agent, said the issue was Commission Monday Broome, whose land ad- County Sanitarian JackTrathe, Hampton school, the Ray- "I made the inspections
1 of nine young persons feasible with the city's pre- morning. strictly on my own nose,"
_. .
arrested on drug charges several sent and projected income A dozen Hampton residents --,-. -- ---- --- --- -- Trawick said.
months agoDavid Wain- from utilities, which wouldbe ;
about ,
appeared to complain ,
He found odor from the plant
wright, 18, and Douglas"Bud- used to retire the indebt- bad odor from the chicken f. A, at the 301 Intersection -
day
only one
Rodman Lak. dy" Hardy, 20, pled guilty edness. rendering plant on SR221. ..... ':" school
at the
before Judge George L. Pat- The new issue would be a -' none ,
They were told the County ,.,'
odors at the woodyard four
BfI.... ten in Circuit Court Monday. supplement to the $2,085,000 Commission extends Its sym- \0> "
consolidated issue times, and found odor at the
'I/ tun'lumn'iil Wainwright pled guilty to of 1964, and $630,000 refunding issueIn pathy but is powerless to 11L /" 1; ':, plant In every test. He did
Illegal possession of canna- take action against the rendering ./ not find at any time any obnoxious
Op.n To Th. Public 1966 for a generating unit
bis, and unlawful delivery of plant. odors, he said.

Phon. 964-5691 that drug, through his attor- The group was told by County Trawick said he had received -
Saturday June 9 ney Dudley (Hardy. Judge Pat- Policeman'sResignation Attorney Gene Shaw, a former no complaints about

6:30 a.m. 6 p.m. ten ordered a before presentence passing investigation legislator, that the best k'N the odor until after last Thurs
place to direct their com- / day, May 31, when a story
Entry F.. $10 Judgement. plaints is to Gov. Reubln As- about his test appeared in the

First Prize 1/2 "Buddy" Hardy was a co- Is Requested kew. The Department of Pol- : ."... V .. newspaper. Then on Friday
defendant with Wainwright In lution Control (DPC) on the I .. County Commissioner Eddie
Total Entry Fees both cases and also pled guilty state level is tie: agency with Allen phoned to say he had
Second Place, to both charges. Again Juanita Grlffls, of Apt. 20, the power to control: opera- received five complaints from
922 E. Brownlee St.
Patten ordered a pre- pre- residents.
Judge tions of the rendering plant,
Lunk.r Prise sentence investigation.The sented a petition to the City he said.
Council Tuesday night requesting Trawick said he has checked -
To B. Awarded remaining seven charged the "resignation of DPC board members Askew are Ev.rybody escaped serious Injury when tho two ears above crashed hood-on at with Plant SuperintendentRoyal
of Gov. ,
appointees
Span tared By on similar drug accounts, Tom Gainey from the Starke Shaw pointed out, telling the 60 mph Monday. Jones and found out a
their continued until -
had cases Police Force for the mistreat- power failure had caused a
residents that the best place
BradfordBass October. ment of citizens of our area plant malfunction\ in which
sentenced nine then, to direct complaints, is
Patten
Judge (Reno) of the City.
were
waste products
some
Masters other defendants, who switched She was accompanied to the to DPC the governor board as members.well as the 5 Escape Head On CrashFive over cooked and resulted in
their pleas to guilty as meeting by Emma Crum and for the some odor.
follows: Annie Lott, two other residents Broome, spokesman Jones said the complaintlast
Jerry Lynn Roebuck, 21, of the Reno group, said one petition had the first in
area. week
been mailed to the governorand persons received minor nail, 81, of Jacksonville. officer. Estimated speedy of was
was sentenced to an indeter- When asked for further He said he had
a six months.
forwarded Injuries Monday in a head- both cars was 60 mph.
Vacation Bible School six that it was simply
minate term of from explanation by Council Chair- been under the impressionthe
to the Air and Water on collision when one auto- Both automobiles were total -
11.15 7.9 P.M. months to two years for break- man Jimmy McRae, the petitioners mobile attempted to The 19C7 Cadillac, Oi./en plant had been operating
Juno Board. onSR100 Florida
Pollution Control pass wrecks, according to -
Intentto
and entering with
Ing said the complaintwas near Garver's Station by Mrs. House, was traveling satisfactorily.Jones .
1 K.
commit grand larceny. In connection with Incidents Shaw told the group the coun- south of Starke. Highway Patrolman south on SR-100 2.3 miles
First Christian Church Earl Morton,James occurring during ar- ty commission has asked and G. Etheridge, Investigating south of Starke about 11:40 also stated that chan-
Douglas the AWPC has agreed to con- ges in the treatment in theplant's
rests. Monday. The 1970 Dodge,
50TW. Call St. Elvin McNair, Robert Sam-each McRae said he was not a- sult with thec county prior Treated at Bradford County driven a.m. by Mrs. Gornall, wast lagoon operation have
uel Carr and Kemp Frey,
been made at the
ware of the situation and referred to issuing a permanentoperating Hospital Monday were Mrs. traveling north on SR-100 and suggestion
-.-,./ convicted on charges of to one escape the matter to the Safety permit to the plant. The Golda Porter House, 65, driver M"n. r was passing an unknown vehicle. of the AWPC. Those changes
were sentenced Committee and the Police board has been assured AW PC of one car; her husband The Dodge and the Cadillac have helped and have madea
to \
OJljr (Hummunity year be served in the consecutively.state prison Department for Investigationand will act most carefully to ensure George W. House, 65; and a j'. crashed head on with the definite Improvement In the
report. the plant's operation is passenger, Vickie Oliver, 15, Cadillac partially off the pavement odor of the lagoons Jones
ante Sank Robert David Roy, guilty Gainey, a black officer has satisfactory before a permanent allot Falmouth Kentucky. !I at the point of impact. added. He said National Protein
on charges of attempted escape been with the department a- permit is issued. Prac- Also treated were Mrs. Susie It operating the plant as

An.imtm Now L...... U. and two counts of aggra- bout 16 months and Is gener- tice in such cases, the com- Lovett Gornall, 73, driver .,. .. ... Mrs. Gornall was charged directed and doing everything
T. 121II,_h .t. with improper change of lane it knows how to do to have
,.... B.-p M-.A ally assigned to the Reno a- mission has been told is to of the other car, and her an
((5.. Page 4)) rea. issue a series of tempor- husband Robert Forgan Gor- or course. odorless plant.





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BirthdaysPortle Anniversaries 7'he: 97 r (Jhe Jf Club Wedding Meeting

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I Methodist Grads Madison StreetGraduates r --- Presbyterian ,


Are EntertainedA AreEntertained Families Enjoy


t Dinner PartyThe Two Activities R -' Pwr

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Seven BUS graduates and Members of the First Pres- tot
first United Methodist their dates of the Madison Church enjoyed a
Women of the Church were Street Baptist, Church were byterian family night covered dish
hostesses at a dinner party honored at a progressive Wednesday night of t
Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Holiday supper
dinner Friday, May 25. last week In the Old Manse.
Inn honoring the Methodist ( The graduates were Eric The Women of the Church I \

graduating seniors. Brown, Christie RIggs, Jerry arranged the dinner, and
The long dining table was Williams Linda Harris, Gina followed with a program oil ,
centered with a spring floral Statzer, Freeman Reed and World Wide Hunger.Approximately .
arrangement and smaller Hal Edwards. Also accom- 50 membersand

arrangements of the same paning the group were Rev. their families enjoyedthe

I end flowers of the were table.placed The arrange-at each r I and The Mrs.guests Denton started Sumrall.at the .,a'ctip: : + affair. *t
A 1 1w -
ments were flanked by groups home of Mr. and Mrs. Char- The Presbyterian Women
of .. ENwrTvwL )
owls dressed in graduation
les Blalock for appetizers; of the Church gave a picnic
robes.
i they had a salad courseat dinner at noon Sunday following -
..... ') Anne The seniors attending were the home of Mr. and church service in the -
Haynes, Mark Harden- PhillipsCrosbyEngagement Mrs. Bill Dukes; the main courtyard honoring Rev. and Dodson-Griffis

Wilkins-C// rews Strickland brook, Stan Reddish, Steve course at the home of Mr. : Mrs. Erik Johnson on the
Carol Bloodworth, and Mrs. Fred Ackermanand; .1 i anniversary of their first Engagement Told
Wedding Date Vicky Turner, Debbie Speng- dessert at the home of Mr. \ '.'"
ler and Mrs. Vicky Anderson Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Phillips year here.
and Mrs. p.T. Nolin.
Approximately 75 membersand Mr. and Mrs. James Les-
Starling. Also Jr. the 1
announce engagementof
attending were
Set For 16 At the NoUn
June home the I. families enjoyedthe
Rev. and Mrs. George Harper their daughter, Cheryl their lie Dodson of 2328 Pass
Drew Reddish, and Mrs. Anne, to James Vernon Cros- students were Joined by their picnic dinner at tables Road, Gulfport, Miss.,
Dr. and Mrs. William R. F.W. Strickland, president by, Jr., son of Mr. and parents. Each student was ( set up in the yard. A large announce the engagement of
Crews of Ga. presented with a gift from sin-
Albany announcethe y with
cake a
of the United Methodist Wo- Mrs. J.V. Crosby, Sr., all anniversary their daughter, Linda Carole,
completion of wedding men. of Starke. the church. gle candle on it was presentedto to Ronald Steven Grlffis,

plans of their daughter, Terre In charge of arrangementswas The wedding will take place the Johnsons. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Lynn, to Robert L. Wilkins Mrs. Drew Reddishco- Dec. 15 In the First Baptist Grlffis of Lawtey.
Jr., son of Mrs'Shir Julie Ferguson
ordinator of Campus Minis- Church. Miss Dodson a former
ley Elton of Norfolk, Va. tries. The bride to be is Twin Stork resident of Fort Walton
The wedding will take place a member of the 1973 BHS Celebrates2nd Beach attended Choctawhatchee -
Saturday, June 16, at 8 p.m. Methodist Choir graduation class. Shower Given high School where she
In the Turner City Baptist Mr. Crosby graduated from BirthdayLittle was a varsity cheerleaderand
Cheryl Denise Baldree Weds LukeMrs.
Church In Mrs.
Albany. BUS in 1970 and will graduate For a member of the Keyette
Spaghetti
The bride-elect Is a 1973 SupperThe Julie Ferguson cele- club. She graduated from
from the University of Flo-
graduate of Dougherty High rida on June 9. He Is pre- brated her second birthday Mrf Sounders At t Penney Farms Terry Luke was hon- Biloxi High School in Januaryand

School, and Mr. Wilkins Isa Methodist Chancel sently administrative aid to Saturday afternoon when her - ored Saturday evening witha Is employed by South
1970 graduate of the same Choir held a spaghetti supper Frank Williams, State Repre mother, Mrs. Bobby Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. carried a small bouquet of twin stork shower givenby Central Bell in Gulfport,
school. last Thursday night in Fellow gave a party for her Baldree of Starke announcethe yellow and white daisies. Mrs. Fred Bennett, Mrs. Miss.
Paternal grandparents are ship Hall. and 17 youngsters at their marriage of their daugh- Given In marriage by her Jimmie Lee Mrs. Lamar Mr. Grlffls who is alsoa
the late Stafford L., and The 22 guests attending, home on Bessent Road.A ter, Cheryl Denise, to James father the bride wore a white Reddish Mrs., Richard Mc- former resident of Fort
Marlle Crews of New; lUver. including choir membershus- : Raggedy Ann theme was Chalker Saunders, Jr., son of floor length bouffant silhouette Carthy ,and Mrs. Harvey Mc- Walton Beach, graduated from
Maternal grandparents are bands and wives, sat at tables < carried out in the party Rev. and Mrs. James Chalker gown of acetate lace, with a at the home of the Bradford High Schoolin
Mr. and !Mrs W.I I. Green covered with green checkered sentative.m decorations.The Saunders Sr. of Penney scalloped sabrina neckline and Carthy, Starke. He is now employed -
latter.
of Lawtey.All bottles Farms. Rev. Saunders, father bishop sleeves. The gown was
cloths, centered with children played with arrival the honoreewas by Container Wire, Inc.,
Upon ,
friends and relativesare holding candles. toys and were given favors of the groom, performed the accented with sequins and seed artificial Jacksonville.The .
presented an
Invited to attend. Group singing was enjoyed I of sand buckets with shovels nuptials at Bethel Baptist pearls. She wore a chapel pink with the twin's wedding will take place
Church June 2 at 7:30 mantilla veil with lace corsage
on length
following the dinner.Hamburger and balloons. A Raggedy
I names, Nora and Lora printed July 21 at the First Methodist
Her ornamentwere
Ann cake centered the refreshment edging. only Church Fort Walton Beach.
p.m.Mrs. in an array of pastel colored ,
I table.Assisting Laura Chilson pianist diamond earrings presented -
Birthday Party
Fry
New Mrs. Fergusonwas and Ricky Lee, soloist, pre- to her by the groom. sequin-like beads on pink

For Janice JockelA her sister, Mrs. John sented a program of nuptial She carried a spring bouquet ribbon streamers.The table. covered FHA Members
For Junior Choir dining ,
Miller music. of daisies.A .
and daughter, Mary
Silver Lake Arrivals Anne and the mothers of Harry Taylor, uncle of the reception was held In with a beige lace cloth with helda Hold Annual
t creative sheet cake
Of St. Mark'sEight the children. groom, attended as best man. the social hall of the church pink
Ushers were David Baldree, where arrangements of white white ruffle icing trim cen- Spring LuncheonThe
Janice Jockel celebratedher members of the Junior brother of the bride, Scotty and yellow spring flowers tered with a small pink round
10th birthday Sunday afternoon Choir of St. Mark's Episcopal Taylor, and Len Sapp, both were used. cake topped with twin plastic Bradford High Chapterof
when her parentsMr. Church enjoyed a ham- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Crawford Julie also had a birthday cousins of the groom. Miss Terry Parrish, cou- baby shoes in which were Future Homemakers of
and Mrs. Richard Jockel, burger fry and swim party of Kingsley Lake party Sunday afternoon when Mrs. Peggy FUlyaw servedas sin of the bride, kept the two miniature dolls dressed In America held their annual
gave a swim party and hot Wednesday afternoon at Klng- announce the birth of a son her grandparents and aunt matron of honor, wear- bride's book. The bride's table pink satin. Descending from spring luncheon and Installa-
dog cookout for her at Silver sley Lake. Joshua Stephen on May 5 were served Ice cream and ing a long pastel yellow gown was centered with a memory the center cake to the bodyof tion of officers on May 29,
Lake from 2 to 7:30 In Alachua General Hospital. with white daisies. candle and mixed spring the cake were twin rattles the
Accompaning the group were cake. Attending were Mr. printed below which written In the dining room of
P.m.During Mr. and Mrs.George Winkler, Grandparents are Mr. and and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, With this she wore a white flowers. "Welcome Nora was and Lora '[ Branding Iron Restaurant.
the hours ,
party Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gri- Mrs. Howard Douglas of Mr. and Mrs. V.R. Fergusonand cotton organza bow with The bride's table was cov- Attending the luncheon were
swimming, games and der Rev. John Flynn and Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Madge Middleton. streamers attached to a pas- ered with a white floor length between two china baby angels members, advisors, and
refreshments were enjoyedby Mrs. Harold Starling.Mr. Gerald Crawford of Kingsley tel yellow veil. She carrieda organdy,, and lace cloth and above two baby hospital guest. _
the eight girls. The refreshment Lake. Great grandparentsare bouquet of white and yellow was centered with a three- bracelets. Also highlightingthe The tables were decoratedwith
table was centered Mrs. Pansy Strickland" IIS Graduation carnations. tier wedding cake balancedby table was a crystal punch white cloths and red
with a white birthday cake and Mrs. Amelia Crawford: bowl on matching crystal pedestal -
Baldree sis-
Miss Tressle two candelabra
arrange-
decorated with red and Mrs. R. R. Tur- filled with roses, the organization'sflower
roses. Gainesville, Mrs. Iva Doug- Slated June 14 ter of the bride Miss Angela ments of spring flowers.Mrs. yellow punch and colors. The
of Arcadia
Assisting Mr. and Mrs. nipseed were last las, Brooker, and Graham Saunders, sister of the groom, Emma Baldree and Mrs. Ag- having green sherbet floats. Included the invocation
Jockel !Mr. and Thursday overnight guests sized held program
were Mrs. Crews Crystal odd dishes
Kingsley Lake.
and Miss Martha Batten Parrish of the
attended nes aunts
Of
Phil Vellenga and Kathy Ca- of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Ad- Graduation exercises for the pastel mints and nuts. "The Business
as bridesmaids. They bride, served cake and punchto "
read Landa
The Day, by
sey. ams.Meet 1972-73 Head Start ProgramIn Twin stork bingo games
wore Identical to that the guests.
gowns Thornton. Kathy Locke and
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Bradford County are set of the honor attendant.In their The couple will reside In were enjoyed throughout the
Linda' Allen each gave a
next Thursday, June 14, at evening with twin baby prizes -
Thrasher of Winder, Ga. hair were white cotton organza St. Petersburg where the short presentation of their
In the center at
7:30
p.m. awarded to the honoreeby
announce the birth of adaughter bows with streamers groom Is employed.
trip and experience at the
RJE School In Reno.
the old
the Traci Jo, on May 17. having delicate fabric daisies the winning guests. state FHA Convention heldin
Miss Darlene Luke sister-
Mrs. Thrasher, the former attached. They carried bou- Clearwater. Mrs. Olivia
. Sue Deas, Is the daughter Awards and certificates will quets of yellow and white daisies Parties Given in-law of the honoree, kept Scott the guest speaker
be given those who have the the baby gift record and Mrs. was
Manhattan9Double of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Scott's
Mrs.
most volunteer time with the For Miss RoddyIn Pete Luke, mother-in-law of Following
Deas of Lake City and the Little Miss Becky Parrish, talk the newly elected offi-
granddaughter of Mr. and program. cousin of the bride flower the honoree, assisted with the
was -
Installed by Theresa -
Knit Plus The public is Invited to at- NashvilleMiss many twin gifts.Santa cers were
Mrs. E. W. Hayes of Starke. girl and wore a gown Strickland, the past pre-

tend. and headpiece similar to those Lynette Roddy July sident. During the candle-

of the bridal attendants. She 5 bride-elect of Alan Baxter, Fe JCRegistration light service as each officer

was honored at a tea Saturday was installed, she stated

r June 2, given by Mrs. her duties, then receiveda
r"t Vernon Smith and Mrs. Paul red rose from the former

Crowder at the home of the officer.
latter in Nashville, Tenn. Is Under WayEarly The newly installed officersare

One hundred guests were Linda Allen president;
Mustang invited to call between the credit registration Charlotte Whitehead, vice
hours of 2 and 5:30 p.m. for Santa Fe Community Col- president; Darlene Bennett,
The dining room table was lege's upcoming summer termis secretary; Kathy Locketrea-
covered with a linen cutwork being held by appointmentonly surer; Karen Crawford, his-
cloth and centered with an June 5-8 at the school's torian; and Alice Atwood,

arrangement of varl-colored Northwest Campus, 3000 NW reporter
MOBILE HOMES roses. This was flanked by 83rd St. in Gainesville.
INC brass candelabra with lighted Appointment hours will be
tapers. Punch was served 8:30-11:30: and 1:30-3:30: p.m.

1650 N. Tenple>> Ave. 964-7212 from a crystal punch bowl. Tuesday thru Friday plus Mrs. Barney McRae Sr. entered -
Guests were greeted at the night sessions from 6-8 p.m. Riverside Hospital
Starke, Fla. Open 9 -8 -1 -6 Sun door by the hostesses and on Wednesday and Thursday. Tuesday for observation and
Introduced to the honoree and Regular registration Is set treatment.Mrs. .
Y our Mobile Home the mother of the groom, Mrs. for June 26 from 8:3011:30a.m. :
Batsell Barrett Baxter. ., 1:30-3:30: p.m. and 6-8 Earl B. Searing and
.The hostesses presented the p.m. No appointments will son-in-law and daughter, Lt.
Shopping CenterFeaturing honoree with a five-piece be necessary for regular J.g.) and Mrs. John G. Sims
place setting of china In her registration sessions. spent the past two weeks with

chosen pattern.On relatives In Greenville, S. C.,
I I.p > *V M X l lt .o.a.o
Nashville, Tenn. and Byron,
Ara Argo Bonzwood Granville Sheffield Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. Ella Bl.
Draco Elmwood
Moody and Mrs. Edith Chris-

Altair & Capella Sunday, June 3, Miss tiansen visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sarah McCall had as
Roddy and Alan Baxter were C. W. Beasley at Lake Geneva weekend guests Mrs. Sybil
honored at a luncheon at St. Sunday.Mr. Griffin of Stelnhatchee and
JUNE BRIDE SPECIAL Claire's Restaurant Nash- two grandsons of Gainesville,

ville, Tenn. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- and Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Lalrs-
2 Br Capella Fully Punished The 50 guests were seat- wire spent Friday to Sundayat cey of Safety Harbor. Mrs.
ed at a U-shaped table cov- Twin Lakes, Ga. attend- McCall had as Monday visi-
And for the newly Weds- this include ered with white linen cloths ing the McDaniel annual family tors Mr and Mrs. Bob Cour-

and decorated with arrange- reunion. sey of Palatka.
T.flon II Cook wear, C.E. Iron, Ironing Board, Serving tet ments of roses and baby's

breath and lighted pink tapers -
24 pc Stain I.** steel tablewear, G.E. Portable handmlxer. Ci E..Toaster, in brass candelabras. {Fflfr;in a rv Inject a Mr*
.
Seated at the head table
beddlngPIIow( | Sheet, Pillow Ca.. & Spread) Bath room Towel set, were the honored couple, Mr.

and Mrs. BatsellBarrettBaxter -
Give Dad the Newest 4pc Bath set, Kitchen. CannUter, Kitchen sink ut, 24pc Dlnnerwear Dish set parents of the groom COM3IOTIC

Scott Baxter Miss Mary Brls-
I Knit Shirt in America & G.E. Elec .Coff. Pot. And In addition to thl.... (in eg,. we forgot ._ethlng tow Lisa, John Rappaport.Baxter, and Miss "TERRAMYCIN


this includes 11>>,000 S 8H Green. Stomp 54495 Prentice Master Meador.of ceremonies was ENCEPHALOMYELITIS

On June 17
NS 'DISTEMPER HEPATITIS
LEFT.
FOR w0J"liai? H GREEN STAMPS SUPPLY LAST
7.99 AND WHILE Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Coul-
THE PURCHASE OF A FREE ter of Arcadia were recent TETANUS

I AMY NEW MOBLE HOME FISHERMANS HANDBOOKOur visitors of Dr. and Mrs. R.
E. Dopson. BLACK LEG VACCINE
I I STUMPSDent.
Price Include Delivery Within 100 Mi. Walter Shaffer of Mount Dora ANDREWS
Store Cemenc Block., to.t.ll.tion of Hurric.ee visited his sister Mrs. DRUGS
Tie Down., 2V Of W.ter Hook op it 20' Of Gladys Weldon, the first of
135 E. Call St. Sewer Pipe Plus A Set Of Step. the week. YOUR COMPLETE DRUG CENTFB.nnrd .








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Honors
Rev. and Mrs. Donald Ram- Mike and Al] Stefanelli Jr. Starke Student Goodwill Sw
sey of Mesquite, Texas will of Jacksonville spent the Timothy Mark of Bradford Murphey,High 1972 (USED CAR BUYSf
be guests rext week of Mr. weekend with their grandparents To graduate
been named to
Moves has
and Mrs. O, R. Alvarez, Jr. Mr. and Mrs.Henry Stefanelll. Earns DegreeAt School,
They were Joined on the Honor Roll tor the spring
LTC and Mrs. V. J. Speng- Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. AI New Store semester at Brevard College -
ler celebrated their ninth wed- Stefanelli, Sr. and Mr. and AuburnSarene BronaN. BaldwinChevrolet
ding anniversary last Thurs- Mrs. Jim Logan of Jackson- According to Mrs.
r
day night with dinner at the ville. Vaughn Phillips of Goodwin Industries of North Roy, associate registrarat
and the Methodist-related college -
officials I
Florida hosted
r
Alhambra. W. Ritch Starke will be among some at house Sat- a student must have at- Olds
Mr. and Mrs. J. University of Auburn guests an open -
Brant Turner of Valdosta and Mrs. Daisy Perryman 1,327 urday morning, June 2, at Its tained a 3.0 average for a
State College is home for the were last Friday evening supper d- new store on Washington given grading period, and met
summer. guests of Mr. and Mrs. exercises in Memorial Street, across from Starke all other requirements for
ment
Tommy Johns and family in June 5. Builders. I this honor as stipulated In 6S9 (
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Har- Macclenny. Coliseum Ms. Phillips on will receivea Numerous members from lii. the college catalog. is the 1973 Old Cutle ; dupe;
A Murphey
dee of Fairfax Va.were Mon- bachelors of education de- the Goodwill's Jacksonville freshman Like new all over, Dark Green
H.
day overnight guests of Mr. Mrs. E. C. Dukes, Miss Other degrees to be staff congregated at the new son of Walter Murpheyof
and Mrs. R. V. Turner and Rhonda Edwards and Greg gree.awarded Include 19 doctorates, location, three times as largeas Crystal Lake. paint White Vinyl Top, a
attended the graduation of Reddish spent last week with 2 specialists, 126 masters the previous store on Tem very special savings on this
their niece Vicky Turner,and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwardsin and 1,180 bachelors. ple Avenue, along with local Carolyn Brown 13 MS Students one
nephew, Billy Blgham, from Meridian Miss. Rhondais President Harry M. Phil- dignitaries, Including Rep. SPECIAL $3795
BUS. spending several days with Frank Williams, and County
pott will award the diplomasat Selected For
Mrs.Dukes. Commission Chairman Ralph Earn 'Money'Hold
her ,
grandmother the June exercises which
Mrs. Mark Hamilton and will begin at 2:30 p.m. Priorto Bryan.A Europe TourMiss \\1972Cherrolet; Emte \JJ\ a g;orl
children of Tampa are vis- Rev. George Harper and J. commencement Presidentand ribbon cutting ceremonywas AuctionAn
iting her parents, Mr. and W. Rltch, lay delegate, are Mrs. Philpott will holda held. In his opening remarks Carolyn Brown Power steeringpower brakes,
Mrs. N. B. Rosier, this week attending the Florida Metho- reception for the graduatesand Ernest G. Pavey, exe- senior at Bethune-Cookman auction was held at the Air Conditioning Nine Passenger
while Mr. Hamilton is in Atlanta dist annual conference In their families at the cutive director of Goodwill College, Daytona Beachis Bradford Middle School Fri-
on business. Lakeland Tuesday to Friday. Goodwin Building from 10:30: in North Florida, explainedthe one of two students at the day and Monday with students comfort Clean, ready for
to 12:30: p.m. new store of 3,800 square college who have been selec- bidding "money" for valuable [summer vacation.
Mrs. Bill Smith of Merritt Mrs. John Patterson of feet triples the old space. ted to attend a two-months prizes such as watches, clo- SPECIAL $3995
Island visited her grandmother Kane, Pa. Is spending several The North Florida district intercultural studies tour of thing, sporting goods and
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, weeks with her sister,Mrs.A. contains nine stores servicedby Europe this summer. She games.
last Thursday. Mrs. Ander- J. Barry, and family. Ben Rowlandand 11 trucks supplied by the Is a 1970 graduate of Brad- The auction was all partof 1972 Pon tine I en turn II
Merritt Island Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville plant at 4527 self-motivation programat
son returned to ford High School, and the a
with her granddaughterto Mr. and Mrs. William Lenox Ave. Pavey said handi- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the school where several -4 Dr
spend the weekend with Mrs. Ella Moody visited Carter will attend the wed- capped people working in the Willie Brown of Starke. departments have made their
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwab, Mrs. C. It. Fink in Green ding of the Rowland's grand- plant help themselves by repairing The two students from Be own "money." The students 307 V8, Automatic Trans-
who brought Mrs. Anderson Cove Springs Monday. daughter, Mary Helen Mar- articles which are then thune-Cookman will Join a receive this money accordingto mission. Air Conditioning
home on Sunday. shall, to David Head in Apalachicola sold in the district stores. group from other U. S. colleges the amount and quality of ,
Mrs. Dale Scott of Coronado Saturday afternoon. Giving a brief history of and universities for the work done In these departments power steerlngRadlo & Heater.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Calif., Mrs. Frank Me- Goodwill Industries, Pavey tour which Is sponsored by and at the end of each Solid yellow with muck Trim
visited his brother, N. G. bane Jr., Mrs. F. A. Dyson, Mr. and Mrs. George Pfie- said: the United Methodist Churches year, each department holdsan
Hayes, in Brooker Sunday af- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Truluckand ster and granddaugher, Dan- Dr. J. Edgar Helms of the for Intertnatlonal Intercultural auction. Students bid their (sharp little car. SPECIAL $2995|
ternoon. Mrs. McKay Truluck of ielle Archer, of Fort Lauder- Morgan Memorial Methodist Studies, Inc. During the money for prizes accumulatedby
Sanford were Tuesday guestsof dale were weekend guests of Church, Boston, Mass., began tour, Miss Brown will spend the departments and with \ Pontiac Catalina Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Mr. and Mrs.Edward Pftester Goodwill in 1912. From there two weeks In Moscow, Rus- the prize going to the high- 1972
Mrs. Wilbur Waters and Terwillegar, Jr. and attended the Salazer-Da- the business of "recycling sia where she will study the est bidder. Dr Sedan
daughter, Deanna, are visit- vis recital. human individuals" has Introduction to International According to BMS teachers,
ing Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams Mrs. Edith Christiansen spread across the country. Law, and the Modernization they have found that the pro I White with Blue Top and trim;
at Ormond Beach this spent Monday to Wednesdaywith Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nas- James Ingram, who has been of Russia In the Soviet Per- gram creates more self-mo- | power steeringbrakes and Air
worthy and Mr. and Mrs. Al associated with Goodwill for
week. Mrs. L. W. StricklandIn tivation and that the students
is nice
Wildwood. Carlton of Winter Park were 58 years, ceremonially pre- iod.Students were selected for learn more. Students who have | Conditioning. This a
Mr. and Mrs. John Hartley Sunday guests of Mr.and Mrs.C. sented the key to the new the tour on the basis of scho- never liked Math and English one, Don't miss It.
and sons of Jacksonvillespent Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper H. Nasworthy. store to the store manager. lastics and their good stand- before have begun to enjoyIt SPECIAL $3295|
the weekend with her visited Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Starke City Council Chair- Ing In activities at the col and students In Special Education
mother, Mrs. W. E. Dowl- ter Stewart In Trenton Sat- Mrs. M. B. Jordan was admitted man Jimmy McRae praised have begun to reach
Ing. urday. to the North Florida the relocation as a welcome lege.Miss Brown will graduate new heights in their abilities. [ 1971 Ford Torino 500 4 Dr
Regional Medical Center in addition to the businesses of from Bethune-Cookman upon The total program is designed
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carver Mrs. J. L, Gentry spent the Gainesville Monday for obser- Starke and cut the ribbon officially her return from Europe In to better educate and Radio, Heaterpower steering,
and family visited her par- past week with her soninlawand and Mrs.H. vation and treatment. opening the store. August, and will receive abachelor's stimulate the youth of Brad- Brakes and Air Conditioning
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold daughter, Mr. Pavey added that Goodwill degree In psycho- ford County, according to a
Beall Jr. and familyin Robbie Shaller under- North Florida | with Tape system. Light Blue
Williams, Jacksonville Sun C. Mrs. Industries of logy. She plans to continueher teacher spokesman.
day. Macon, Ga. went minor surgery In River- marks 1973 as its 42nd year graduate studies this fall paint with White Side Wall

side Hospital Monday. of operationa.1IJIr'Y1JB at the University of Florida Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kins- | tires and vinyl Interior; one
where she will start workon tie and daughter, Katherine .
owner with 36000miles. Clean.SPECIAL
a Master's Degree In of Brunswick, Ga. were last
clinical psychology.The Thursday overnight guests of $2395
J4'BY'' tour group will leave Mr. and Mrs. w. w. Hood. iHii
,_. for Europe on June 29, returning -
the last of August. Local admittances to Bradford 1971 Chevrolet. Impala <1 Dr

County Hospital this week I Power steering & brakes with
R J. Include: Brady McLeod, Mrs.
.
My Neighbors Ella Martin, William Scott, I Air Conditioning Automatic
Mrs. Myrtie Durden, Mrs. [TransmissionV8 EngineRadio
E -r' -" Phyllis Johnson, Mrs. Sarah l&
e Heater.Good tires and
'I' eccnd Strickland, Milton Bell;Mrs. only
MON. JUNE 11Mens reek Mamie Parrish, Mrs. DonnIe 21,000 miles;almost Like new.SPECIAL .
NOW 111RU Reynolds, Mrs. Helen Mable $2495
Mersereau Mrs. Mildred
Ladies Rooksberry, Ernest Jones and
Mrs. Helen Swindell, Starke 1971 Ford :$/ Mrs. Virginia Grizzell, Key-
"'IU"()" Xt in dais. stone Heights; Joseph Richard Ch WidkShorte. Sr., and Mrs.Reba Hicks,

I : Many StylesTo by Raiford. steering and power brakes.Power

Values t; Leonard F. Smith, Sr. has 56,000 miles and is clean.
To' returned from a three weeks
2.OO Try this one-owner Truck
visit with his son, William
From
Choose all
$3.99 ,, 0 "Well-apparently" not C. Smith, and family in Bro- today.
of them Ktlck. ken Arrow, Okla. SPECIAL $2395Chel'rolell"lfrlu

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$2.99 ; 1111 11 I \ Power steering Brakes and

Casual Ptmts 111 BibleSchool 111 Air Conditioning.A Good Solid

ASST. :::: :::: and Tan
i Paint
.. I car, with Gold
111
: 1:
Styles sold
Vinyl Interior, one owner

REG $5.88 11! 2 FULL }WEEKS OF FUN MADISON ST. :11' new ny us.

99 Never B.for. 111 t BAPTIST CHURCH JUNE 11-22, 9'A.hl.12 #; SPECIAL $2995

$6. p. Sold At This Price '::: :
a
::1:: BICYCLE PARADE THIS FRIDAY :*
1971 Olds / orotntdu
Men Polyester m: LEAVES CHURCH AT 9 A.M. 1

Girls LttdiesSlecjnvear 111 DECORATE FOR PRIZE f 11: Fully Equipped all the way.A .
Shorts, Finer Driving Car Can'tbe

Knit Tops Mock Knit Shirts Sizes :I::: Pr.. Trip To Stat. Park And 1 101 : found. SPECIAL $3695

REG. Culotte I Neck 10 18 :n:.:;: Picnic On Last Dayl! :.>:.:.:.

Styles REG. S3.OO Plenty Of Refreshment And 1jj 1972 A'or Chevy"I DoorV8
$2.0035.OO s249 1 Engine automatic Transmission -
,
21.00 To $3.99 :::1 Dally Bible Study. ::::1
Radio & Heaterpower
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Girl BoysTank Girls Summer a oa oilaoas Solid White with Green Interior

PINE VALLEY / very clean. Perfect for son or
Siututter Shorts Purses
Tops 1JodyShirts daughter. SPECIAL $2995
ASST. REG. C.H. CHURCH

1007. Nylon REG. REG. 3/5.00 Styles S3.99 Storie., FI a. [1972 Pontiac Catalina lOr

$1.99 $1.66 $2.00 & Colors I Dark Green with White Vinyl

99I S3.OO 301 North Down Dirt | Top .AM FM Radio Air Con-

-. Road By Bradford ditioning, power steering
brakes. This is a
power
t. (
.i Furniture Factory real sharp clean car with

j only 24.000 Miles. SPECIAL $3295]

Insulated Ladies SaturdayNight .

,. Featuring 1967 Chevrolet Bel-A ir 4 Dr

Drapes
Cotton Dusters The va,Auto Transmission, Power
Gold Paint with Tan
G'y (Steering
63" & 84" $6.99 REG. l Spring 7:30 GospelRevelators I top Real Clean little car.

Long Colors [would make Great seonnrt nnrSPECIAL

FasonColors REC. REG. $2 I .5O : :; '/ $995

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Bond Issue ;4i tl Weekend

Drugs V SS, SE Heat. . .

(From Pog.1)) dance Counselor Warriors
(From Poo- 1)) (from Page 1)) enberg appeared ellRos-
of any other city or town in board and requested that her
the State with a sewer charge vated assault, three ;years on vey team Is expected back transfer to the Vo-Tech schoolbe Leave
as low as Starke's $1.50 per each charge to be served con- In the schools sometime this reconsidered and that the
month, and recommended that secutively. summer. grievances against her be specifically -
the fee at least be doubled. Charles W. Wheeler, pos- This year some $56,000 of aired. BlandingMore
Most municipalities have fees session of a weapon by a State Capital Outlay funds was After a lengthy discussion,
ranging from $6 to $7.50 for state prisoner 18 months. allocated for the updating of board member Blaine Thompson than 2,700 Florida National .
sewer service, Henann said, Alphonso w. Smith possession the heating and cooling sys- said that he would con- Guard and U. S. Army
and many are even higher. of a weapon by a tem at Southslde, but the sider such action If Miss Reserve personnel completedtwo
The fiscal agent said that state prisoner, three years. school was not on the survey Rosenberg could obtain a letter weeks of annual train.
debt service on the sewer Another charge, that of assault team's list and the state took from BHS Principal ing on June 2 at Camp Bland-
system runs around $40,000to with Intent to commit back the $56,000 and put Into Charles Francis, requestingher lug, according to Colonel Ed.
$50,000 a year, plus operating murder, was dropped by the the construction of the high re pofntment.Mlu win P. Stewart of Tallahassee
expense: of some$30- state. school. Rosenberg then said, the camp commander,
000. He said that before the Lonnie Lee Williams illegal Also while the estimatedcost that she did not think that Next encampment will be.
city spent $800,000 on the possession of cannabis, was some $40,000, the Mr. Francis was In any position gin Saturday, June 9, with
system In 1968, sewer reve- one year to be served con- bid received was $89,000 Including to make such a move, detachments from the South
nue was around $24,000 annUally currently with the term he some $28,000 which but Chairman Rodney Hall said Carolina 263rd Artillery; and
and that now, after Is now serving. would have to be spent to Increase that he would not be placing the Palmetto Military Aca
this big expenditure, the rev- the school's electrical himself In any kind of jeopardy demy.
enue had Increased to only capacity. to make such a move. "The awards ceremony was\
$32,000. WISH I'D SAID "We have made a promiseand "I was under the impres- the highlight of the camp"
"What Is happening Is that have a moral obligationto sion that the evaluation com- said Col. Stewart.
the electric department Is THAT ,. get adequate heating In the mittee recommended ;your "Lt. Gov. Tom Adams pro-
subsidizing the sewer depart- school," Board Chairman 'transfer" said Thompson."I sented the Bronze Star Medalto
ment," Henann said. "This Is 7t Rodney Hall explained: "But haven't ever seen that Lt. Col. Henry Holt for
not right. Each utility depart- : Wk the best thing to do now would and I have a copy of the report combat action during World
ment should be self-support \. be to spend $10,000 to get right here for you If you WarD and the Joint Service
ing... the people out of a jam and want It," replied Miss Rosen- Commendation Medal to Spaciallst .
The fiscal agent said that "Politics is the art of making then wait so that we can do berg. 4 Christopher W.Wong
payments of principal and Interest yourself popular with It right." Supt. Jim Temple then con- for meritorious service while
on the present Indebtedness people by giving them grantsof Hall went on to explain: to tinued his stand that the pointin serving with the terminal
Is $147,000 per year. their own money.-Rex -taR7i concerned educators at the question was well aired communications and electron.
If the maximum $1.8 millionIs Goldthorpe, Tri-County Among the 2,700 national guard and reserve personnel stationed at Camp Bland- meeting the situation the that the transfer is effectiveand ics division, Supreme Head
Issued, annual paymentsof board now finds Itself In. it is as simple as that. quarters Allied Powers Europe
principal and Interest will (Wis.) Press. ing for two weeks, are four lone women/ '((1.r1) Major Ester C. ,Brunson, Ma|. Gar.. If we take $100,000 out of In other school board action (SHAPE).

be :$247,000'; he said. "The best of a man's field D. Tripp, Sergeant First Cits Peggy Bermele, and Dorothy Cordon. local capital outlays It would It was approved: Major General George Dale
Councilman Charles Schae- life years kids simply be lost money, but If -William E. Dampier, a teacher commanding general of the
fer pointed out that this would are when the are we wait It would be equiva- at the Bradford Middle! Alternate Command pre
be an Increase of $127,000a old enough to help shovel New Look In The National GuardCAMP lent to saving $80,000 In that School, be appointed director sented the Florida Commen
year, and questioned whe- snow but too young to drive the state would be paying for of the Vo-Tech Center. dation Medal to Master Ser-
ther the city; could meet It the car.-Dale Holdridge, it.It -Melvin Byrd, Melrose; geant Dalton Bryant of Tal.
from present revenues. The Langford (S. D.) Bugle. BLANDING Fla. or strenuous physically- service school Training Center was also pointed out by Connie Reid, Brooker; and lahassee.
Henann said that "the mar- Four women were among the demanding To be Jobs. or thru on the Job train- Temple, that the only other Willie Strong and Sandra Tom- "The best soldier trophy
ket Is somewhat disrupted"at more than 2,700 national without eligible, a woman ing.There remaining priority for the 1971 linson, both of Starke, be a- went to SP4 John Pickle."
present, and suggested that round 6 per cent. guard and reserve personnel prior service must are selected military survey was completion of the warded the Poppell Scholar- Stewart added that training
the City would not want to Following the reading of the undergoing two weeks of training be between the ages of 18 occupational specialties which new high school and any excess ship monies donated by J. C. activities were also observedby
sell Its Issue until more favorable authorizing ordinance by City at the Florida National and 35 and must serve fora may be awarded to enlisted money of the $1.2 mil- Poppell. Major Gen. Donald V. Rattan
period of three WAC
conditions prevail.He Attorney George Pierce, Guard's annual summer campat Veterans of years. personnel on the basisof lion, would go back into the -That the resignations of deputy chief, and Maj.
said that four weeks ago an Councilman One Wiggins Camp Blanding.The enlist In the any service may civilian: skills and experience state sinking fund. Bill King, truck driving Inst.; Gen. Salve H. Matheson, dep-
Interest rate of 5.6 could pro moved its adoption, seconded four are Major EstherC. held same pay grade provided they meet When asked why Southside Sue Chapman, food service uty commander,reserve forces.
bably be obtained, but now by Schaefer, and unani- Brunson and Major Garfield they Active Duty upon for release for the prerequisites and com- Elementary had originallybeen coordinator; Vicki Beal, tea- Third U. S. Army.
the rate would likely be a- mously approved. D. Tripp of the 75th a periodof plete the basic and preliminary left off the state survey cher Southslde Elementary; The two week encampment
Field Hospital of Tuscaloosa Mental one year.and advanced individual train- Hall said that it had Jeanette Sherrington, South- which ended Saturday was conducted .
Alabama; Sergeant First differ physical requirements ing as required. just been inadvertently left side; Curtis Marlow, princi- by the 53rd Signal
Class Peggy Bermele of the according- off. pal of Lawtey Elementary; Group of Tallahassee.
SSG Richard M. Hall 107th Public Information Detachment ly.Upon the In other budget action, Supt. and David Smith, Ag. teacher,
A Representative From of St. Augustine Flo- Adjutant applicants requestthe Stateof RetiringTeachers, Temple submitted and the all be accepted.And e .
rida; and Specialist 5th Class General board approved a transfer of in addition to other Leisure can be developed
"1st CAVALARY DIVISION"Is Dorothy Cardon of the 389th martial Florida and, may dependency waive the funds to head off a serious action, the Calendar for twelve into a major industry in this
restriction -
Personnel Service Companyof for deficiency in terms of cash month employees of the Brad- country, but we'li& have to
Now Talking To Young Starkvllle Mississippi. In both exceptional cas- for the State Board of Health.In money. ford County School Board, work hard at it.
es
Participation of women In categories. 1943-44 he coached foot- "Incumberance we're in which Included 10 days vacation -
Men In This Area About the reserve and national guard National Training for enlisted Army ball for BHS while still work- good shape, we're not having was approved. *
Guard
Todays Army And Its is part of the non-prior ser- Ing for the State Board trouble with the "
of
programs budget explained
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vice WAC personnel consistof AAftA.. . .. .
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armed forces' efforts lie
Most Advanced Unit. to expand 8 weeks of basic Health. first taught at BHS Temple. "Only trou- DOOOOOOIII..II..I.Da\
opportunities for female training in 1944-45, then moved to ble with cash money to close .
at the U.S.
"THE FIRST TEAM"H. personnel. Corps Army Center Women'sArmy Fort Umatilla High School In Lake out the year." Old Fashion :
1973 marks the first year County for three ;years. Sale of the Anderson school .
Will B. Locat.d At of active recruitment of women McClellan, Alabama, advance Hobbs returned to Bradford properly for $165,000 Is hopedto
City Park And R. .. by the Florida National Individual training and train- County In 1948-49 and has be completed by June 30 HOMECOMINGCALVARY
cr tl Guard. been here since. He is prob- and is expected to eliminate a)
Prom 10 A.M. Until 2 P.M. E.. Tu..d.v. Presently there are over of Advanced assignment ably best remembered as a the problem, according to
Or Com By. Our Offic 200 vacancies In the Florida ing will Individual Train- tough, hard driving football Temple.The BAPTIST CHURCH
be conducted In
the
At S143 Normmdy Blvd. National Guard which can coach at Bradford High where
Normandy Mall be occupied by women. The military authorized occupation WAC specialities his teams posted many wIn- Anderson School at June 10th 1973
enlisted
only military Jobs closed 'ning seasons. Lawtey represents a 15 acre
Jax. Fla. to women are those associated personnel. This trainingmay Hobbs left coaching after tract being purchased by the
with combat, close combat be accomplished thru the: 1958-59 term and became Florida Division of Corrections Special Singing
OR CALL 78o-5800 COLLECT support; unusual hazards attendance at a course of principal of Hampton Elementary for use In the prison
"THE FIRST TEAM"Contact Instruction conducted by any School for three years.In work release program. : J F.aturlngRICHARD
------------ Coach David
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1962-63 he was appointed
principal at Southside Ele- Hurse's appearance before j I
SFC Wayne Glenn SSG Richard Hall mentary and Is ending his Career the board and the vote to PATTERSON
Or DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home there. separate the duties of head
Local Army RecruiterGUARANTEED l 1.t Cav. Representative ; From Western Pennsylvania coach and athletic directorsee &
STARKE Mrs. Evelyn Haney came ( other story; ) BUS Gul- SUNLIGHTERS
to Florida when her husband
Open For
Phone 964-6200 became ill and returned to ,
Men and Women teaching to pay heavy medi- June 9th June 10th
IN WRITING R.nTal cal bills. She had taught 25 t Know Someone In A
1. TRXININO Hospital Beds. Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches. < years In Pennsylvania, then t 7:30P.M.
came to Bradford High 13 All Day
2. CHOICE OF ASSIGNMENT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS years ago where she has taught

3.. $2,500 ENLISTMENT BONUS Phone 473-3176 Latin, art; biology. .IW. t Beginning 10 A. M.
j "Latin will go out with me," [
j Mrs. Haney says. She intro-
duced art Into Bradford High, '
'-' ...q- IHav. th.m call the
""';- ""';- she says. CRISIS
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Mrs. Martha Wheeler is any time day or'J
proud of the fact that she has &n'ght804 & Ii"
SW 2nd Ave.
taught 27 of her 31-years In
Gainesville the profession in Bradford 'or h.lp with, a variety of I

County "an Ideal situationin ''Ife's problems. :
which to Trainedas
work.
a high school home economics I DIAL 1-800- I
teacher Mrs. Wheeler DINNER ON THEGROUND
N returned to school late 342-5364
and earned a master's degree '
In elementary educa- Free Of Charge f

: Starke tion."I & GAINESVlllE---- I:

10 MI. home never economics stopped Just teaching on a -. ,I .. . .. . .. . ... .-. .0500 a. 5 0 0 0
different level," said Mrs.
Wheeler another veteran lea-
ving Starke Elementary.An TO THE
attorney and a success- CITIZENS AND MERCHANTS OF BRADFORD AND j
ful timber farmer, as wellas
rte an educator, Foster Shi SURROUNDING
NUI.. Smith is retiring after 32 COUNTIES : 4
H.vy21 I HWY100Keystone years of teaching."I .

don't know of a higher The Starke Shrine Club:
Melrose Heights, Fla.1 calling, really," Smith says gratefully thanks each of
of teaching. He spoke of the you
473-3O29 pleasure students have given for the fine
S him over the years, sayinghe support yov gave to help make our
1 loved every day spent tea-
g ching. lie spoke on his career Annual Chicken Dinner
J which Includes serviceas an outstanding success
o a teacher, coach, principal : Your
is
and county staff mem- generosity deeply appreciated

IN ber.Smith recalled teaching for

9,1 $480 per year In Branford
k:: early in his career. Finallyhe STARKE :
,, worked up to principal at LA JfTEY:
,1SALES $1,644 per ;year, then moved R .P. Mcl.ndon Photography
SERVICE home to Bradford County at Troll Motel
the "unheard or' salary of Starke 301 Motel
JacksonvilleSATISFACTION '
Palatka And $2,500 per ;year as principal h L. Waters
of Bradford High. Ob Brawn
Smith said he wouldn't Carradlne'sShgford's
change anything If he could Beg!. DeVane'sStan's ,
do it all over again, but would Amoco StationHIGHLAND
try to do a better Job "and Bootery _
Diagonal Kitchen 1 Only 60x24 50x12 2 Br 1 think I could do a better

Early AMT| EARLY AMERICAN Job." Van H. Prl ,t. :
OT W/Utillty It...
at the lunch-
Tiffany Fret. LI... R... Also a guest "
W/
Bay Windows "
Carpeted Thrw f eon was Mrs. Annie Laurie Florida Pest Control Hotel's'Grocery
60x12 F *: Rear Br Early American Carpet: ThrvOut .. Excel lent Buy Morgan wife of Supt. Morgan -
who retired two years Bradford Barber Shop
96364 911,800 $3100Fcrnwood ago after many years at LAKE BUTLER:
Starke Elementary.Two Doyl. Th. Cleaner .
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school board members, Griff I.Grocery Of Lake Butler j
Goodman and Johnny
Seeber <
Beautiful JParktrood Blaine Thompson attended the I KINGS E Y LAKE : Lake Butler Farm Center
6412D.cor luncheon, as did Assistant SI'
s.-Ih 3 Br,2 Berth. 2 Br, 4434 2 B.ti 60x12 Decor In Blue Supt. Bill Kllpatrlck, and Secretary Karl Stamm's Plac. Amoco
Joan Hurst.

S. 985 White Psanelin.$ 850 $7295 Supt.to Temple host an annual says he lunch-Intends Dan's Cabinets

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Is." a witness that will prove everything ney Hall interjected that froman 1 ; h
ed before the board and stated Later In the meeting as the I've said," replied administrative standpoint r ., ... to Continue
II that at Buchholz, while discussion became more heated Hurse. he thought it was a good idea / tr't t y
Temple was principal, the it was learned that Temple's Temple then retorted, and that as time consuming CUBB Economic
head football coach was ath- son bad not lettered "So trp of It, but not all of It. as football was it would be r-- t Full Year Head Stu
letic director as well. because he had not participated It's, just unprofessional and I impossible for Hurse to give ; ,, will continue '
Temple's reasons for the !In spring practice. 'don't see any point In that, his personnel attention to all gram other It was u
move, said Coach nurse, "was At that point Supt. Tem- you bringing anyone." the sports. this week year by Rev. Joi! ".
because in '67 his son didn't ple then stated that he strongly "The only other sport !in mon of Penney Farms, > ,
letter !In football and a second resented Hurse for Inferring When asked by Board Mem- the fall is cross-country," Ident of the Agent '
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reason was political. that to the board and ber Blaine Thompson on how replied Hurse. "The responsibilities x Y" of directors."In .
"Getting rid of me was part to the press and warned that It would affect him Hurse said of the athletic director t
of his political campaign and now, he may not even recom- that he feels that the school Is not as pressing in a letter of Intern re
It is well known around the mend Hurse as head coach. needs someone with exper- the fall as they are around J celved from HEW intI
county. I feel that I'm best "What hearsay? 1 never ience and one that knows the December. I813pIA ta" said Rev. K.o'"
qualified tor the Job, with said either of those things Inside of the programs. "CUBB Agency was rtvi
17 years experience, and I specifically," added Temple. "One of tho biggest prob- "In making out schedules I that the funding level f
don',t feel that anyone else "If necessary, I can bring lems Is keeping the coaches and contracts, I also try to j Head Start' Program tor Ifa-No
aa t A aQaaaDDa aAa aaa'Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaao4ONLY together and loyal," added involve,the coach of that par rI cal Year 74, beginning,: '
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Hurse, "And it could be a ticular event so that he can vember 1 I. 1973, will ..,
r 769. This letter also < big Job tor someone without gain some knowledge for when
THE
VERY RICH any experience." he moves up." ed information to the effect.
(Editor's noteThe school The discussion then centered that the agency has bar
board action did not createa around the new sports I J ed on a three-year r',
CAN ", *
continued 'u t i
AFFORD cycle, he >
CHEAP new position, but rather Supt. Temple plans to intro-
that the duties of Athletic duce into the school system- Marching Group Formed At Hcilbronn ChurchA encourages us to belt!'
work of lira
the
AIR CONDITIONING Director be handled by a pre- wrestling, tennis, swimming, be able to continue age
sent employee, with a pay and girls' golf. calling themselves the Christian Military Academy of Hellbronn '
new group for another ably
Quality Work Doesn't Cost It Pays supplementation of $1,000). Hurse stated that he sup- Springs, has been formed by the Hellbronn Baptist Church and is open to any> one longer." year
When asked what was the ports all of the programs, the
Interested in joining group.
BROWN REFRIGERATION trend with other schools, except swimming. He said that According to Rev. Tommy Howe, the course Includes a class In theology as "The Head Start i'r. 0,
i Hurse explained that inmost the added sports would run well as "teachings In Old Americanism," such as patriotism and respect for the serves approximately 144 low-
/ AIR CONDITIONING 3-A schools, the head coach the athletic budget In the red flag. Rev. Howe Is quick to point out, however, that the course is not to teach the income children In Clay, '
was also the athletic direc- and that the school board would Do's and the Don'ts, but rather to enable the students to understand the Bible them- nion, Baker and Bradford
WEATHERTON tor and in the 4-A schools, have to help support it. make their decisions. Counties," Rev. Hayn
HEAT PUMPS selves so that they can own
the percentage was about 50- "If we are going to offer A meets every Monday night from 6:30 to 8 p.m. "Medical and dental '.
group
7226. S. Walnut St. 50.As tennISi" said."Itwould Members shown standing on the first row 0-r) are : Tina Norman, Cindy Nor- otiose, with followup treatment
Starke 964-7731 the discussion became ( e resurfacing the man, Barry King, Clayton Norman Randy Reddish, Shannon King and Norman Dowdy, where Indicated, ire
more heated. Chairman Rod- courts, which would be about provided for these children

Jr Second row Q-r Karen Reddish, Kirk Minton, Kevin Howe, David Harley, and Jeffrey along with visual screeningby' "
local volunteer doctors.
Norman.
Third row drKevin Minton, Tommy Williams, Ronnie Norman and Mike Rev. Haymon stressed the

Howe. value of volunteer help as

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$3,000." best qualified man for the didn't think that any student serving as helpers !In
For wrestling, Nurse also athletic directorship said should be deprived of participating -
the centers being i
Florida National Bankshave pointed out that a mat wouldbe Lawson to Hurse, '!and I'm In any match. portant. Each childa
needed and the approximate In favor of giving you the "I think that U is a definite Typc-A meal each .' ,
cost would be some detriment to have any Income parents are .

$3,000.Chairman Rodney Hall then job."Why not give It >to the man 85 pound kid"matched against aides and cooks,and
asked if lIurse had made any who has earned It and Is well 180 pounds, replied Hurse. ed for their[ related
It then learned why
and state*, that: qualified" was quirements, he addedIn
such request did not
a green light If he hadn't, he would take it Rodney Hall then countered Supt.letter Temple's in 1967 and son Templehad addition to U,. .
as a negative attitude on by pointing[ out that some 58 his exchange of words Program, CUBB Is ,
Hurse's part students were Interested Ingoing with Hurse. cally for Its Trm, >
H Hurse then countered, "I out for spring practice Board Member Doc Holli- and Medical '0\.,
of love tennis and I've been try- from the Middle School! but day then moved that Coach provides, on a wm,
on all kinds ing to get a court for the only 16 were allowed to, and Hurse be retained as athletic mergency basis, v' '
past ten years. I talked to asked Coach Hurse for an director and head football food and medical
Tom Casey and before him, explanation."We coach. cessary to counter
? Harmon Morgan but no action would have had as many "I've been associated with tions of hunger and
e \ was ever taken. as 80 to 85 eighth gradersout Hurse for and I lion among tlie poo
to lend. "I also support girl athlet- and like[ It was with only think that he many should years be retained sorship of the !'.:elL rood
money ; ,, ics and the other programs 16 eighth graders, we had with his experience at Youth Corps Program dele-,
except swimming, because of 55 students." explained both positions," said Holli gated last year to tli" 'c!' v
the lack of any facilities Hurse. "With 150 boys and through North T'oi} ,
"I feel that transporting only two coaches to work with day.A member of the audience, power and Economy, .'-
students to and from Kings- them, I was afraid that some Jimmy Andrews, then askedto lopment Alliance f
ley Lake and having them to of the boys could get hurt." be recognized and then Inc., providing .
swim In the winter, would be When asked how the selec- told of the "Injustices" doneto work training expc> \11\< r
; FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE detrimental to the studentsand tion was made,Hurse explained him. Specifically that of 139 enrollees '
." their education." that he had followed the not having a locker in the Income families 111J.
: : Jefferson at Clark Street Telephone: 964-7050 Board Member H. A. Law- recommendation of Jerry Pa- varsity locker room, until his area the Housing Program: :' ,
son then said, "Never In my trella, who had worked with senior which brought son- $300( '" 00
life have I been In favor of the students, and four other Hurse year.explained that with Into the area.Graduation.

politics and personnel affairs youngsters. They all made several sports going on in the
getting Into school business. out lists and then they were spring, track, golf baseball,
It is the biggest business In compared. z
etc., that there was not e- .
Bradford County and I have all of the
nough room tor *
always been In favor of put- "I know tor fact that you athletes In the varsity lock- (From Page 1))

ting the most qualified man have killed a lot of spirit," er room, but that if Jimmy he urged.

In the position. Inserted Hall.Temple was In some way slighted, BHS Principal Char' 0 s
VDEDICATED- "I believe that you're the then stated that he
the graduates -
Just A Feiv Words AboutPRESCRIPTION Francis presented
.- ------ to Supt. Jim Templewho
.r. conferred their high
school degrees to ,'h" student
,,,, ,.... individually.All .
a ,
TO SERVING ,.
PRICES -eneirm five school board members
coos r II, A. Lawson A. N,
HEALTH n.o wa. Holliday, Seeber Goodman,
r Elaine Thompson, and C nalr-
man Rodney Hall, were pre
Be 1. sent for the excrc':
'i
Miss Debbie _alu-
tatorian of the Clil, of. '73,
welcomed the gra and

WE AT ANDREWS DRUGS HAVE DURING THE PAST 12 YEARS BUILT OUR' 72 CADILLAC; 1972 OLDS i00LDS 9 K their Carl( Rlherd guests.presided Class over jnt the

BUSINESS TO BE THE LARGEST VOLUME DRUG STORE I IN THE LOCAL AREA exercises.Rev. .

I THIS WE HAVE DONE BY GIVING HONEST, FRIENDLY, COURTEOUS SERVICEAT Sun Sedan Roof de,Ville brown 4 door vinyl sedan over 98 LS over 4 door silver sedan,,green with vinyl Delta quolse 88 with 4 door black sedan vinyl tur InAMn.t George L.Harpr-.. pastor -

A PRICE USUALLY BELOW OUR COMPETITION/ gold with saddle tan interior fabric Interior, AM-FM gray raprior, radio heater air coq of the First Unit io-
stereo, air conditioned dio ad stereo, air conditioning ditionlng, power steering dlst Church of 'e
power door locks power door locks, cruise brakes and extra nice and the Invocation
cruise control and many other control tilt clean. tion.
and
4 other '72 Cadillacs telescopr S 2195 "' On
extras. control, tilt and telescope The class song,
In stock. steering wheel and Me" was sung by > *!he
3 9 5 much
WE DO NOT SELL ONE PRESCRIPTION AT COST OR BELOW & THEN INCREASETHE $ 6 more 1971 CADILLAC Son. They also presented a
15 minute fe-edi.ng
PRICE OF'A LATER ONE THIS, HE DO NOT FEEL IS THE WAY TO DO 1972 MERCURY $4795 Sedan de Vllle, Brown viny! graduation.progr

BUSINESS- DO NOT DEMAND TO OUR REGULAR CHARGE CUSTOMERS THAT 4 door 72 FORD TORINO over dark gold with gold fa

THIS HAS TO BE CASH.AFTER ALL, CHARGING IS THE BEST SYSTEM I FOR US & Marquis sedan, dark Brougham blue vinyl over Grand Sport, 2 door hardtop, bric electric Interior windows, AM-FM and radio seats --- --

YOU TO C MAINTAIN< YOUR DRUG RECORD, WHICH COMES IN HANDY FOR INSURANCE light blue, stereo, cruise con- 351V8 engine with a 2 barrel 11 power brakes, steering ant1 It was not Intentional.

& INCOME TAX PURPOSES (THESE FORMS WE FILL OUT FOR YOU AT NO| trol, power door locks and carburetor white over blue vinyl roof At that point board mem-"'
much I with white vinyl interior, radio 9 9 5 ber Blaine Thomr < !d at
CHARGE). more.53 995 heater, air conditioning, 84 he would like *<
power steering, brakes and on the matter, '
PRICE low mileage. Extra sharp. 1970 MUSTANG pie said no and

FORD 83395 2 door coupe,V8 engine,floor and Seeber Co
1968 shift, blue with blue vinyl Interior
ed.Supt.
SO PLEASE, DO NOT BE MISLE D NOIV{ OR LATER BY SO CALLED DISCOUNT TORINO 2 door hardtop coupe, 1971 OLDS 98 radio, heater and ex- plained. Jim that the Tem uiu''T< ,'' :..

PRICES, REGARDLESS OF YOUR AGE WE WILL MEET THEM IT'S THE NET black vinyl over white, radio tra sharp. 51795 torship[ consumes a ]oof/
white vinyl over
COST TO YOU THAT'S IMPORTANT. heater, air conditioning, pow- 4 door sedan, time, working <
er steering, low mileage andextraclean$1495 blue with blue fabric Interior, 1970 FORD LTD manager, and ". .
air conditioned, power door ly for Coach Hurse.s owng xl,
locks, wheel & other ex 2 door hard top, black vinyl whether he recognized it or
70 VOLKSWAGEN tras. Very sharp. Was $3795 over white, radio, heater, air
$3 695 conditioning, power steering, not.After a length dl' -non
CAMPER white and extra nice. the legality of -
Our Pledge POP TOP power brakes ;
radio, heater, sink, table, day's motion and J 1
ned, canopy and much more. _$2095 be worded, a r, is
Good condition. finally taken on v. ; or

---TO ALWAYS FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS AT A COST EQUAL TO OR LOWER $2495 1966 CADILLAC SEDAN DE not at both Hurse positions.H. should. bo r J,ained

THAN COMPETITION (INCLUDING MAIL ORDER DRUGS) & SUPER VILIE 4 door, turquoise with matching Lawson and Doc ItolHday
STILL GIVE OUR REGULAR interior, radio, and heater, air conditionIng A. -
1969 BUICK I voted in f.;.' i>i retaining -
elec-
SERVICE. power steering, power brakes,
sic windows, electric seats' Hurse, while Good-
SKYLARK CUSTOM 2 door 1969 CADILLAC man, Hall, and Thompson all
hard top, black vinyl over ELDORADO, -"HO8:* cast negative ballots
yellow, radio and heater, air 2 door hardtop, white vinyl over green As the motion to reinstate
WE WILL NOT conditioning, power steering, with white leather interior loaded with Coach Hurse failed to pass,
UNDERSOL front
brakes extra equipment and featuring OW'T"S J
power $ 199 heel> drive. 2 in stock from Was he was actually fired at both

$3'9' 8 r:> positions.
Supt. Temple then proposed -

Let Us Price Your Next Prescription 1972 CADILLAC position that the of board athletic establisha direc-

Fleetwood Brougham, beige, vinyl over russet gold with matching velvet upholstery tor, to be filled by the rec-
AM.FM stereo tape, cruise control,tilt telescopic steering and many other entras. ommendation of the high

ANDREWS DRUGS Was*"", school principal and superin-
nowX7395 tendent and that the positionbe
separate from any coach-

:. Bennie Brasmgton Brence Roberts, Buford Brunson Ing position.
Thanks Seeber Goodman 10 n.ovcd

"' a, "-, L.E. ANDREWS, PHARMACISTS.W. "Bud" Miller George Bradley: Mgr. motion.As and Thompson. second' the

HAMILTON, PHARMACIST BRASINGTONCAUILL the roll call was tak-
en, Hall, Goodman and Thompson -
.
k"ft- ,, JOHN ANDREWS PHARMACIST
voted for the move while
LAKE BUTLER. \( -OLDSMCWILE both Lawson and Holliday opposed

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DRUG o o lowo, LAW T E Y By EUsabeA Terri I

CHURCH SCHEDULES: : _
KOC H 'S Methodist at Grace Baptist Church Saturday Clellan, Paul and Darren \
STOREl Grace United dell left Saturday on a com- Humpty Dumpty Kindergartenlast and Bobby
Church Sunday School 9:45: bined vacation and buying trip week. Mrs. Crews visited night. Mrs. Futch attended of Jesup, Ga.,
a.m. Worship Services. 11 a.m. to Miami.. They plan to attend her son-in-law and daugh- lie Phillips and his grandmother services Sunday with McClellan, of Starke, spent
and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday night, Fashion Shows while ter, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mrs. O. J. Phillips. the Benton Futches and Home- Sunday with their parents,Mr.and
6:30 followed by Choir Prac- there. Clayton Wednesday to Fri- Billy Wolfe and cousins, coming at Evergreen Bap- and Mrs t Les McClellan. at
tice. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Tay day and attended the gradu- Joan and Danny of Wilmington tist Church at noon. attended Homecoming Church.
lor of St. Petersburg, visited ation exercises Wednesday Del. were overnight Evergreen Baptist
: visited guests of his grandmother, Cecil Dobbs and grand- Robert Rosier of Jacksonville -
Church- their they
Highland Baptist brother and sister- night. On Friday
.
Mrs. Hester daughter Lone of Hunts- Mrs. Sophie Starlingand
oJ Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene her son-in-law, WarrenBoat- Hicks, Tuesday with her son-in-law and daughter -
Services 11 and Taylor and in Veterans Hospital, night. vllle Ala., spent a week
ship a.m. girls on Sunday. wright,
J. G. Mor-
and Mrs.
his Mr. and Mrs. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling parents ,
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting, 'Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mc- Tampa. From there they wentto Sun-
Dunnellon
Arlie Dobbs. Other ris of were
guests
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. followed Culley spent the weekend with Largo and were Friday Mr. and Mrs. George
by Choir Practice. their son-in-law and daugh- overnight guests of another Shuford and family, and Lane were Mr. and Mrs. Casey day guests of Mrs. Starling'sbrotherinlaw
Carter Dobbs Jr.and family of Jacksonville and sister,
and ,
daughter of Miami -
and Mr.
ma ter, Mr. and Mrs. John Ro- son-in-law daughter
.se I and Mrs. Jim Rosier
s gathered at the home of on Sunday. Mr.
PERSONALS den of Shreveport La. Their and Mrs. Bill Woodard and
/ their mother, Mrs. Lois Car- Senior High boys and girlsof and the Hewitt Brices.
r Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore grandchildren came home with family. On Saturday they went Mrs. Charles Starling's Mrs. R. H. Futch, Mrs.
: ter, for a party. The occa-
them for the with Mrs. Woodard and chil-
and Bob of Lake City were summer. dren to Bush Gardens at Tam- sion was her birthday anni- Sunday School Class of the Les McClellan, ad Mrs. El-
summeR Monday guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones The Claytons and Mrs. versary, and refreshmentswere First Baptist Church wenton nora Privett recently visited
Mr. and Mrs. Fred pa. Anastasia Island Rev. and Mrs. Charlie Red-
x and family of Gainesville, and Crews went to Clearwater and served. a picnic to -
Moore. Chuck accompaniedhis Mr. and Mrs. Kay Stephenson overnight guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wal- near St. Augustine last ding and their mother Mrs.
mother to Jacksonvilleto of Macclenny, were Fri- were and daughter-in-law Mr. ker visited their brotherinlaw Saturday. Those participating Cella Redding of Raiford on

bring his father home from day overnight guests of their and son Mrs. H. C. Crews, on Ernest Williams, In Veterans were Robin Tinsler, Ann Tuesday afternoon.
SAViO'S Methodist Hospital. grandmother Mrs. Bryant Hospital, Lake City, Starling Andy Harvey, Douglas Mrs. Carl Norman and Mrs.
its Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker Reddish. Saturday.Mrs. Saturday afternoon. Herndon, Marjorie Den- James Norman visited Floyd
and family were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Randall Brad- man, Brenda Holmes, Perry Norman In St. Vincent's Hospital -
guests of their brother and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- Jack Kuhne was a Sat- ley, of Jacksonville, visited Nlcula, Helen Kuhne and Sunday afternoon.
!t' Prices.Good Thru sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. man were dinner guests of urday overnight guests of her their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerri Starling. Chaperoneswere Sympathy of the community -
Wed. June 13 Alan Steele and family, of their son and daughter-in-law, sister, Mrs. Nannette Hughes, Paul Grlffls on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Starling teacherof is extended to relativesof
\ Livingston Tenn. Their par- Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Nor- of Green Cove Springs. and Mrs. Ronnie Mos- the class, Mrs. Vera NI- Richard Bennett, Jr., of
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John man of Chlefland on Thurs- David Moore, of Jacksonville ley of Maxvllle visited their cula and Mrs. Evelyn Nor- Holly Hill formerly of Law-
) Steele of New London Ohio day evening. was a guest of his bro- parents Mr. and Mrs. Har- man. They went swimmingand tey, who passed away on Saturday
1.v and brother Larry Steele, ther and sister-in-law Mr. old Eunice on Sunday. enjoyed a picnic lunch. afternoon.Mr. .
of Pittsburgh Pa. also met and Mrs. Fred Moore, on Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick Mr. and Mrs. Joe Darnell and Mrs. G. L. Peter-
ARRID EXTRA DRY New 14'40&' them there. Other guests Tommy Clayton of Jacksonville Friday. Ga., was a Saturday of Charlestown Inc., spenta son of Keystone Heights, had
Antl-Persplrant Light Powd.rRISEDEODORANT were their cousins Mr. and grandson of Mrs. C. Earl Phillips of Macon Ga., overnight guest of her sis- week with Mr. and Mrs. dinner with their soninlawand
Mrs. Carl Hoffer and fam- R. Crews, graduated from spent the weekend with his ter, Miss Elizabeth Terry. Paul Lock and family. daughter Mr. and Mrs.R. .

SHAVE CREAM ily of Crestline Ohio. parents Mr. and Mrs. Les- They :attended a Gospel Sing Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- E. Lee on Memorial Day.
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June 7, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 9



Former Bradford Caber


Tornado Backfields





Both Inexperienced,, Mulls Scholarship OffersWith I




numerous college offers when Bradford High, his for-
But Show PotentialWith to choose from, former mer team, edged one point
Bradford High eager and by the highly favored Blue
thlnclad Jimmy Ricks has Y Devils. "I tried every way
narrowed his selection downto E I could but I just couldn't
only seven returning ball," said Head Coach Da- liked. either Lake City Junior v.n get the team (Clay High)
lettermen, this year's editionof vid College or the Universityof "
Hurse. 'up' for that game, Ricks
"The boys are going to have
the Bradford High Torna- Western Carolina and Is
Two areas the Inexperiencewill + says. "I knew we were
to work mighty hard, but It
does will be lacking In experience be slated to visit the "
felt the most are In looks like the backfields can campusof flat but...
but has the poten- the offensive and defensive be platooned rather than hav- the North Carolina school Ricks hopes the experience
tial to be
a strong contender backfield where the Torna- sometime next week. of basketball at two schools
In the Florida Star ing to go both ways. This
Conference does have only one return- should help tremendously by At Carolina, the schoolis and under different coaches
ing starter. enabling the boys to become offering Ricks a four w will prove an asset In the
"I know It's repetitious, but "They are real green and specialists and concentrate on year scholarship with an long run. He savs he has
how good we are depends on this Is a rebuilding year," Just one position." option to run track. x ,
how hard the boys work this said curse "The boys have As a senior at Clay County 'f'- by Hurse as the best crack
summer with the weights and shown good Improvement, but With a good summer, the High School, Ricks was voted 7 a back blocker on the team and
at running and catching theSummer not as much as we would have Tornado fans can expect to All-Conference and AllStatein tia'
see a fine passing attack, said basketball this and a'o (See Page 10))
Hurse, who Is striving for a Is slated to year
in
play the :
balanced attack.At North-South All-Star .i
Baseball quarterback the Torna- August 4, In the Universityof game, 0'0.
; ,
does have Charlie Green, who Florida "! .
gym. / Gulf WinsWith
I -
has been very Impressive In -
spring practice ana wno, This year Ricks led Clay ""
Begins June 11 Hurse says, is expected to High in scoring and reboundingas ;r .:!/ : an eight run second
pick right up where Eddie the Blue Devils finished 1.,
Inning, Cunningham Gulf
Hazen left off last year. with a 23-4 mark and the ,,,/.1 ; 1 bombed hapless Hampton

Summer baseball will begin addition to the tournament "He has a good football Florida Tournament Star Conference .:'-a--r.1P! Monday night in Men's Soft-
mind, the team has confi- Championship. y ball action 21-14.
June 11, with the 13 and ,
14 year olds holding their scheduled to be played here dence in him and he Is a There he average 17 points ,."..uo.-.- Ken Carlton and Terri! Har-
first practice at the BUS June 29 and 30. hard worker," Hurse said. per game with a 53 percent dee led the winners at the
According to Coach Steve Behind Green, Coach Hurse shooting average from the
baseball The 15-18 diamond year Monday.olds will Bushore, six teams are slat- has an ace In the hole in the field and averaged 11 reboundsper Jimmy Rick and trophies garnered during his senior year at Clay High. plate Three of with Carlton's four hits hits, each.were
ed In
to play the single elim-
hold their first practice at form of Johnny Hobbs who game. home runs while Terri Hardee
5:30: June 18 with their first ination tourney, with a tro- is returning after a knee op- Also an all-star high Jumper "I chose Clay because of 197273. were friendly and many Introduced also had a round-tripper.
game scheduled for the following phy going to the winning ball eration. the Starke resident holds Coach John Neely and becauseof Much of his personal improvement themselves to him. While Cunningham outhlt
day against Macclen- club. "Hobbs;) at 6-0 and 175, Is the Clay High school recordat Coach Roland Hendersona as a basketball After a few weeks he felt Hampton 22-14. all but three
ny. "Those 13 and 14 year olds short on experience, but has 6-4, the Florida Star ( former BUS football coach), player Ricks also creditsto at home on the Clay High of Hampton's players collected
The Tornadoes summer and those 15-18, who have great potential at quarter- Conference record at 6-2Pa- Ricks said.A Neely's coaching ability. campus. He felt resentedby two hits for the night.
latka Invitational Record former Santa Fe coach "I dribble, handle the ball, other Clay basketball play- SCHEDULE
baseball team, which Is a not yet signed up for sum- back, commented Hurse. at :
Joint effort of Bradford High mer baseball, should contact "He has all the tools and is 6-4 and tied his own District where he posted a 91-39 mark, and move much better thanI ers at first too, Ricks said, Thursday, June 7, Lawtey
School and the Starke Recrea- Randal Davis at the rec. department probably one of the best receivers record of 6-foot which set this was also Neely's first did as a junior," says but that, too, worked it sellout -vs- First Baptist, 8:45.:
tion Department, will play a or me at the high on the club." his junior year jumping for year at Clay High. Ricksis Ricks, who lives on SR-1S when it was found he Monday, June 11, Cunning-
10 to 15 game schedule In school," Bushore said. the Tornadoes.As highly complimentary ofNeely's just outside the Starke city complemented the squad. ham -vsBaldwin, 8:45: p.m.
"He should be back at full coaching ability, cre- limits. Ricks recalls that "too Tuesday, June 12,FlrstBaptist -
speed In August and we need a high jumper this diting the way Neely handledthe Ricks said it was hardat many turnovers" beat Clay -vsBaldwin, 7:30 p.m.
him badly." year, Ricks lost in only Clay High team with the In
first to attend Clay High High the District tourna- Cunningham-Lawtey, 8:45
The receiving which three of 18 meets and total- 23-4 mark established In
corps School, but the students there ment In Green Cove Springs p.m.
has only one returning vet- ed 76 points.
eran In the form of Ronnie Ricks lettered his sopho- I r
more in basketball at
Hall is expected to see sev- year
100% Polyester Knits eral changes before the start Bradford High, but quit
of the season. the Tornadoe team after the
At wldeout, Hall has a good eleventh game his junior ii4 I
pair of hands year, following the Palatka
according to
u Dress
: Hurse and saw action last South game when he only
got the ball three times.
Size 552 year both offensively and de-
fensively. He should see con- The former BIIS standout him Name Brand Merchandise On His Special
siderable action.Competing said that after he quit, he Day .
Pant Suits along with Hall tried to come back but Coach < \ ." For Year Around Enjoyment
M for a starting position at wide- Mike Sexton said that he <5J> V
k r s to sy2! out are Mike Gaskins, Stuart owed the team an apologyand
Strickland: Johnny Nichols, he refused to give it. 11Ib o c1s
A Leonard Sapp and Pete Puck- Ricks finished out his junior
x'k ett."Gaskins year in track at BUS and Famous Name Brand Shirts By &
$13.99Ea. last year's JV made the All-Conference, Hellas /o
"w quarterback, has shown good All-District All-Region and }
improvement at halfback and All-State teams. His highest \ Arrow & Van Husens
t as a pass receiver," said the jump of the year was 6-2.
; .xTy ,r Tom'sFactory Head Tornado. "But he needsa As a senior Ricks choseto
lot of work this summerat attend another school and
catching the ball and with had an option of Keystone
the weights to insure his chan- Heights Orange Park or
r. ces of playing, as most all Clay High. .
Outlet the boys." SUITS
Stuart Strickland did not play
1 football last year as a Junior Cheering
X 266 90 West but played his sophomore year tI

Baldwin, Fla. on the JV. Strickland is tapped
Clinic Set
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first, second, and third gra- s.tiB
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473-4424 Horn 475-1464 sixth graders is slated for NOW
June 11, 12, and 13 at Brad- Farah Slacks By Hanes
ford High School.
Special On
The clinic is designed to Belts By Danbury
Introduce cheerleading to the 69.95
younger girls and to create f
AWNINGS $169.95 Interest and enthusiasm In It \ \
for later years. Introduction I \t\\\
'Installed cheers, jumps and chants will ,,
10' x 20' Dos Not 'Include Floor be given by Bradford High

FANTASTIC; Varsity cheerleaders. Flares t \ \
SAVINGSOn Girls may attend all three $ ni '
days or whenever they can. :
Skirting Hurricane Tie Downs. The lst-3rd graders will meet Strai g ht u 4E ,,1 :' : '
from 9 to 11 in the morning, j ?
ThU Month Only while the 4th-6th grades will Legs 1 rd rdt I IT.M
meet In the afternoon from it + '
Man;
SCOTT'S MOBILE HOME REPAIR SERVICE 1-3 p.m. Shoes
Registration will be from
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CAN DO IT ALL to 1 p.m. with a cost of $1.I :
The money will go to the By CO4TS

Air Conditioners Fla. Rooms Skirting varsity cheerleaders to help :: Thom McAn & ';_=
them attend : &
camp this sum- iii 95
Furnaces Screen Rooms Insurance Claims mer. S 569.

Cool Seal Awnings Concrete Patios & /! i e.\ 95
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BUS Athletes e.e. 519. Cologne

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Camp /
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::;t 1.. ,,, .., Four Bradford County High "k 7 $50. "
L !! Make School students will be leav- i4jii \ Musk- S.E.X.
3 ing this weekend for a weekat S"
Your the Fellowship of Christian ,
j.' = Athletes Camp, In Black +h S 7, s Canoe,
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[ r pf' j S'' Sponsor, Coach Mike Sex- '
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I the Lawtey Methodist BURLINGTON

W .... Look Like Mike Church Gasklns.which is Tommy sponsoring Red- Straw Hats

,.. .,._,'S,..:'. This dish, Steve Register and Mike GOLD CUP
McRae are attending on money

Call Scott's 473-4424 About Their raised washes by the and group candy throughcar sales. -. SOCKS For Summer ProtectionI

Awnin g Special It costs $90 per person
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Police Leads Bantam Baseball

Tornado _


Twirler The Police Department with Ills teamates collected 10 hits Johnson had two hits to help
the help of Coca Cola took with John Kevin Miller gethis team. Daren Porter had I
over the top spot of the Ban- ting three of them, two doutwo of Southern Discounts'
Is TopsFor tam Baseball League with bles and .a single. Leonard four hits. : L. _
their 5-1 record as last week's ;p -

the past four years leader, BPOE, dropped two r
Bradford football fans have games, one to Police and one f
9))
had thepleasure of watch- to Coca Cola. Football (From Page _

Ing a pretty, talented baton Tuesday, May 29, saw Police
twirler In the person of Miss take on winless Southern

Sand Morgan whose major- f. Discount and promptly hand as an aggressive, hard run- mage game, however, he hada
ette career is coming to a
them a 16-8 loss behind the ning player. real good night with one
close. pitching of Mike Jackson anda Johnny Nichols, according run of 40 yards and was tab-
Miss Morgan, 17, has been 16 hit performance by his to Hurse, has as much nat- bed as the game's best run- 1
head majorette of the Fighting teammates. ural ability as anyone elseat ning back by Coach Hurse.

Tornado marching band r din Police got off to a good the position and only needs Crews also missed spring
for the past three years, since g start In the second Inningas experience. practice with Injuries, buthas

she was a sophomore. She ti1A they Jumped on starting Leonard Sapp, who was a good experience and speed,
was a majorette as a freshman .wf Discount pitcher, Doug Hol- starter last year defensively according to the head coach. +
u ? loway for five hits and five could also see action at Also at tailback is Elva y M t s>* "

"I've twirled ever since 4 runs. They added three more the wideout position,but needs Hampton who will definitelyplay : I
then. ." Sandi says, her / : In the third, one in the fourth to work on his routes.A somewhere, accordingto ctrl _
hand Indicating about knee I four in the fifth and finished Hurse.
high. up with three In the sixth. transfer student, Pete "Hampton Is a good run-
This senior she ., Puckett, Is also bidding for and has really looked
as
a
year rr ner
Southern Discount hit the the position and has
starting r
climaxed her win- In said Hurse.
career by good spots,
ball well also getting 14 hits
shown Irnprovementdurlog
good Vl Vl'w
ning a superior, highest possible "He was Injured the last week ,
but Just couldn't get them spring practice. 1 ,'
rating In solo twirlingat when they needed them. They of spring practice and didn'tget
the state band contest. scored one in the first, one "'He has a good pair of hands to play much offense.
The previous two years she In the fourth and In the bot- and good strength which will "He has good speed and ..,
was rated excellent at the tom of the last inning came be an asset to him," said probably the best hands on
state contest. For the past the head mentor. "But along
up with six runs on six hits, the squad. With a lot of nat-
three years she has won superior with everyone else, Pete Is will definitely
rrCt including two home runs, one ural ability, he -
ratings at district.At 1 by Al Chapman and one by weak on his pass patterns. play somewhere this fall"

head majorette, Sandi Jeffery Norman, but the rally At split end the Tornadoes Bruce Barnes, 5-10 and 155,
for the past three years has fell way short as they went have James Aldridge up from Is listed as a likely starterat I
made up the majorette rou- down 16-8. Randy Edmondsonled the JV squad as a possible fullback. 1f'r
tines for each performance, Police with four hits while starter. According to Hurse, "Barnes played JV ball last '
then had the responsibility Al Chapman had three for Aldridge also has a good pair year and Is probably the fastest v
of coaching her majorettes Discount of hands and needs to workon back In the backfield," \r I
for their performance before his crack back blocking.A Hurse added. tone has great
-
the fans. This requires a creative STANDINGS: Police Depart- quickness and showed good
technique Sandi has Improved I ment 5-1, BPOE 3-2, Coca probable starter at the Improvement during spring
over the past three Cola 3-3, Southern Discount split end position Is Larry practice"
;years. I 05.SCHEDULE Sherman, who Is still recov- Ricky Hall, at 5-11 and 170, J
: ering from a knee opera- also has real good speed and "
She first works out the rou- I Thursday, June 7, Police tion. has shown good Improvement I .

tine in the privacy. of her f vs Coca Cola, 6 p.m. "Larry moved from South during the spring. AccordIng R t M
farm on Morgan Road. She Friday, June 8, Police vs Carolina In the middle of the both may be '
is the daughter of Mr. and Southern Discount, 6 p.m. where he was a starter good enougheto split time at )
Mrs. Leaton Morgan, Jr., and Monday, June 11, Police vs year last year," Hurse said. "lIe fullback, but both need to workon I
the sister of former Tornado BPOE, 6p.m.Tuesday has good quickness and Is their blocking. 'I, 1-'
football players Ralph and June 12, Southern dependsmore
probably the best pass receiver "The running game "' ..
Leaton Morgan. Her motherwas Discount vs Coca Cola, 6 we have. upon the line than the .4fii: ,"
a majorette at BUS. I backs," commented Coach
p.m.On Thursday, May 31,BPOE "He should see consider- Nurse "We are big up front,
In Individual performancesand Ik suffered their first loss as able action next fall." but green and we lack depth. r
with the BUS majorettes Also competing for a starting -
Coca Cola handed them a 9- "Offensively we are really
Sandi has twirled fire batons, role Is David McMillanwho We have
3 defeat Coke picked up tough In some spots.
the hoop baton. Preparation v could lot accord- ....
in the bot- play a several strong players and -
three quick runs
for each routine requires a- I'I! tom of the first Inning as Ing to Hurse. He has Im- several who are question 1- -
bout 12 hours of practiceper i proved more than other
John Miller stroked a three' any marks. These question marks
week with the majorettesand defensive back this spring,
Sandi Morgan will not stay unanswered long
run homer the fence
four or five more of to give Coke a over lead.BPOE runs a good pass pattern and when we meet Gainesville and Gary Melvin Gets Grant in AidBradford
prior preparation at home his
Sandi she doesn't intend height of 6-2 Is a defin- Lake City In the Jamboree.
working out the routines. says picked up one run In the second -
to pursue her twirling two In the third to end ite plus factor. "Two weeks later, we open
career past the high school their scoring as Coke pro- "Jimmy Cauley could be the season with Vanguard and
level. Her plans are to attend duced three runs in both the one of Bradford's best," said that is one of the biggest high standout Gary Melvin signs a two/
the Patricia Stevens fourth and fifth Innings. Greg Hurse, "after he gets his football teams I have ever year gront-ln-ald to play baseball for South FloridaJr.

FLORIDATHEATRE Career College and FInish- Watkins led Coke at the plate concentration down. Cauley seen In my life" College as Coach: Harry Hatcher: looks on. Cory
ing School Sandi's ambitionis with a double and a triple missed much, of spring prac- Defensively, said Hurse, we
to become an executive while Bill Lundy had two dou- tice due to track. are weak in some spots, butI the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin of Brooker, I I.a I.

secretary. She is a business bles for BPOE. Greg Wat- Also at split end is Rich- look for a good defensive three year letterman In baseball and a four year
student enrolled In the Vo- kins was the winning pitcher ard DeSue, out for football ball club as Coach Sexton star In football. The BHS outfielder finished his
cational Office Education for Coke. the first time. His future depends brings out the best in any
Program at BHS. BPOE was handed Its sec- largely on this sum- defense.Scholarship. senior year with a .3' 0 batting average and 22 RBIs.

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: ond loss of season Friday mer.

Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 night, June 1, as the league
Norman'sShuts leading Police Departmenthung "We are striving for good
-, balance Hurse "We
said.
a 10-1 loss on the Lodge
5 BIG DAYS boys, behind the pitching and would like to average about (From Page 91|
of 20 passes per game, but this
FRI TUES hitting Dinky Mlby. Kilby
OutMitchell's gave up Just one hit as he is largely dependent upon the some regrets about missinghis .w -- ....... w..a..a J ,
HE'S THE GREATEST! rapped two out of the parkIn effectiveness of our running senior year at his home Iw
three trips to the plate. game." school but is not bitter at

Marcus 'Cruce had the only At the moment, Bradford's anyone at BUS. "I really got
hit for BPOE as he singledIn top runner Is probably tailback to like Clay High," he add-
the bottom of the sixth Tommy Reddish who Is ed. Ricks hopes to major In
Norman's Farm scored 16 inning. BPOE's lone run came expected to share starting duties physical education in collegeand
runs In the first, second, In the third Inning on a walk, with senior letterman, become a basketball and
9 r fourth, and fifth Innings Mon- stolen base, and a throwingerror. Tim Crews. track coach.
day night, June 4, to hand Police picked their For three weeks this sum- 1 1.q
up
Reddish injured most mer Ricks has a Job as a
Mitchell's Drug Store a 16- runs behind 10 hits with Kll was
0 white washing. of the spring and worked pri- counselor at the National Bas
by, Tod Samons and Clay Gil-
marily on defense and only ketball Association camp to
, Two fifth inning runs by hooly getting two hits each. the last" week of practice on be held at Bolles School in
r Norman's were Inside the park Kilby struck out 15 BPOE offense. In the final scrim- Jacksonville.
home runsone by Maurice batters.
Patrick and one by Carolyn Coca Cola picked up their
..... .
Redding. third win of the season as ---- ---- - -
p they downed winless Discount,
Norman's outhit Mitchell's 8-1, In the second game of BUTLER FARMSTEAD
211. Carolyn Redding has four Friday's double-header. Greg ?

hits, and Vaurice Patrick Watkins pitched a fine gameas HA Y SHELTER
three he struck out 14 batters
Brenda Rogers had Mit
1 chell's only hit. and gave up Just four hits.

Schedule: I BARTRAM ', -
w,
IGJ CJt! UCHHI::OLOR" Thursday, June 7- Utchell's County Gets
.* tMM :or u"Bi' 'i" INC vs Blalock's,7:30p.m.Monday t
.. ., L "1'yrxjr
June Blalock's $80,000 in Y ;r Since I J:3,:
Plus"SUPPORT vs Norman's, 7:30: p.m.

Racing Funds
YOUR LOCAL
*

SHERRIFF"Adm. One of our visions I la l that Florida's 67 counties each Situated on a campus of great natural beauty, Bartram School offers a
when the end of the world received $80,000 In racingtax
Children
.75 strong college oriented for day and resident
comes, everybody will be in a revenue during April. program girls in grades 5
Adult 1.00 Fred O. Dickinson through 12. The School advanced
meeting and cannot be dis Comptroller emphasizes preparation in such areas as

turbed. the state's chief fiscal the languages, the humanities, mathematics, and sciences in addition to
officer mailed warrants to
unusual in art music and dramatics.
each county as part of their opportunities ,
equal share of the tcx on
301 pari-mutual handle. To date
DRIVEINShow this fiscal year, each county 38'x72'x14' High Bartram School is an independent, non-profit institution with no formal

has received $414,500---just 36 ,936 'Cu. ft Clear Span religious affiliations and includes girls from all religious, racial and ethnic
Begins At SundownFri $32,000 short of the statut- backgrounds.
ory limit on race tax alloca-

tion.The Comptroller anticipates Ideal For Equipment

& SatTo sending each county its remaining Bartram School is deeply committed to so influencing the total life of our

share In May---a full Storage student that she is able to take her proper place in a woman's world going
month before the end of the
through great social changes. Our is her future
the ( l fiscal year.Ordinarily. concern her total future.
Warden'sdaughter ] CHICKS IN CHAINS' counties receive $3981 Plus Tax That is why ours is an imaginative and comprehensive program, conceived,

1 on the lam from prison... $446,500 each year, alloca- planned and directed by a superb faculty. Though attuned to today's

prison was] ted during the peak racing changing world, Bartram remains proud of its traditions, dating back to
months of November through
a giant Erected Within 50
June. The size of one Completely the mid-1930s when a group of prominent Jacksonville families founded
playpen! ..,,,,,,. ,,! any
__ _**,'"3J>COLOR.oc .vOl' month's allotment is basedon Mi Radius. Additional 24' Bartram to provide their daughters with sound academic training as wellas ,
.. AMERICAN; INTERNATIONAlMtlAll Mlft collections to that time. developing qualities of character
integrity, independence and
.1471. AnwKcn Inl.ton.I, ,Picturti Int Because the state's strong Bay Length $1069 Plus Tax good
economy has boosted all tax judgment. Bartram's success can be traced in the distinguished

collections this year, the full 16' Height Available. achievements of its graduates over the years.
share was mailed early.


PLUS i T Bartram provides accommodations for resident students and encourages

i.t the Old i ASSOCIATEDSOUTHERN five-day interest.boarders from the Greater Jacksonville area. Bartram welcomesyour


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Sun Mon & Tue.Z Fully AioeUtion ear.dltd by Southern lkppo t For further information write to:
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BIG ADULT FEATURES"Eddy" Ill Inc. and School N'tlanil A.- i Y '
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June 7, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 11



Conspiracy To HAMPTON AREA NEWSSENIOR



Means By Josephine Fontaine
Blackmail A v CITIZENS ,discussed. An announcementwill FIRE DEPT. NEWS

The regular meeting of the be in the other news. The Ladles Auxiliary met
Hampton Senior Citizen Club at the Fire House on June 4
j
Birthday cake and punch was
3-Years ProbationFormer was held June 1. There was ,enjoyed and then the club play- and made plans for the com-

a good attendance of regular ,ed bingo. The door prize was ing Box Supper. This will be
members and three visitors. co-sponsored by the Senior
Buck Dennison. The
prison guard Carson -'Nation with a Union County e Happy Birthday was sung to won by Citizens. The supper will be
next will be held
Grlffls, of Highland, and 1 oman, Geneva Tennant, take > % Mrs. Josephine Fontaine,club j Friday meeting evening, July 6, on as held at the Hampton City Hall
his girl friend Ictures of the two together June 15 at 7:30 There
Lillian Addle
Liou treasurer, and Mrs. 1 the Box Supper will be heldon on p.m.
za, an employee of a Jack' nd then use the photographs McConaghy, who was visiting regular meeting night at will be a door prize, contestsfor
sonville hospital, have each 3 blackmail Whitehead into fir. the club for the first time. t the Hampton City Hall. the ugliest man and prettiest -
!. ,iclplng secure a parole or .
been placed on probation for II r Business was taken care of, lady, and cake walks
three years for their parts termlsslon for him to go on ail I I 4 a. f the Club deciding to Join the j BIRTHDAYS with good cakes to be won.
In a he prison's work release pro- 'I The ladles will pack box
conspiracy to blackmail l Congress of Senior Citizensof A belated a
Happy Birthdayto
Union tram. At present he Is serv- with for two decor-
,
County Sheriff John Florida, Inc. They will supper
< Teresa Melton who cele-
Whitehead. ing his sentence at the Santa receive a charter and each ate the box, and put their
|
brated her
In addition Fe Correctional Institution birthday on May inside. The boxes will
the 63yearold family represented In the name
;30 with family Refreshments
a party.; -
Grlffls was ordered to near Gainesville.The membership will receive the be auctioned off to the men
j of cake and ice
pay $1,000 to the fine and state's star witness at Newsletter published by the forfeiture fund of Bradford the trial was Benjamin F. organization. It was also decided with the lady whose box he
4 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
County by November 18., In GuIlford, a fellow inmate with that If any of the members 'l su1ng the orders recently; Reddish, who testified that wish to attend the picnic t the of Mr. and for the whole evening, so planto
granddaughter
Circuit Reddish and Grlffls enlisted be there. The next meet-
Judge George L. at Green Cove Springs,
]Mrs. Lonnie Melton and Mrs.
Patten adjudged Grlffls gull- him to take part in the plot they will drive their own cars. Addle McConaghy.Best ing of the Auxiliary will be
ty of the by getting his girl friend July 2.The.
crime of conspiracy A letter was written to Joe Wishes to L. A.
to Mrs. Tennant, to serve as Wynn, Volunteer Firemen will
commit extortion, but Kerrigan telling him this, as who lives Hampton Lake.
on
withheld the woman to entice White- meet June 11 at 8 at the
adjudication of guilton he was the one who wrote the p.m.
]He 97 old June
head while he (GuIlford),hid- was years on
the fire house.
part of Mrs. Lloutza letter telling and inviting the
4. Other birthdays this monthare
46. den in the house, would take STAR STUDENT club to the picnic. The Box ,
: Richard Newman June
,
Grlffls and his companionwere pictures of them when the Supper to be held June 15 was CITY NEWS

found guilty of the char- time was right. Hlalmar Jan McMillan receives the Star Student Award from Mare Jackson, Pr..l- 4 old; Kathy June 12 Phillips Martha, Newman 17 years The Hampton City Council
In The plot was culminated at dent of Stark ; will meet at 8 June 12,
ges a prolonged Jury trial Chamber of Commerce and Bradford High Principal Charles Francis. 16 years old June 10 Mrs. p.m.,
here last December. a motel on U.S. 301 north of PINE 'LEVEL: ; at the Hampton City Hall.
Addle June
McConaghy, 2.
The Lawtey, with everyone but
central figure in the _-_-_-_-_-_ _____
- ---
extortion plot, Joe Reddish Reddish present (Guilford was JTa/n/XA/uu-- FRIENDS: & NEIGHBORSWe
(CONGRATULATIONS!
51, who is on work release and could FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH were told that Mayor
serving two life
leave the prison). Guilford STARKE By Gary Wheeler3rd To Jerry Lee Newman, who
terms, plus 10 years, for and Mrs. Don Hill are mov-
murder, was not sentenced and Mrs. Tennant left for SundaySunday School, graduated from high school, ing to Palatka. They will be
Friday. A motion for a new Lake Butler the next day, 9:45 a.m.; Mornlg Worshipat : ANNIVERSARY June 4. He is the son of Mr. missed by their friends and
and Mrs. Sherman Newman.
trial In his case was sche- but apparently abandoned the 11; sermon by Rev. William Operation 333 last Sundaysaw neighbors of Hampton.

duled to be heard by Cir- plot, which was never car- M. Carmichael, Jr.; Dedication 223 In Sunday School, SYMPATHY Mr. and Mrs. w. Fontainewere
:
cuit Judge John J. Crews on ried out.Reddish. of Pipe Organ and 1 which included 23 visitors. To the family of Burley guests of Mr. and Mrs.

that date, but was delayed. was convicted of Recital by James Morrell of The two bringing the most ]Barnes, who passed last Arthur Bruno on a day's outing
All three were convictedof the 1961 slayings of Union Jacksonville, 3:30: pjn.; visitors, Mrs. Rodman Red- Sunday at his home in away Hamp on the Bruno boat last
County Deputy Hal Croft and Church Training 6:15: Even-
participating In a plot to ; A dish and Kevin Hutson, each 4 ton. Tuesday.
lure Sheriff Whitehead Intoa Ronald Jackson, the lattera ing Worship, 7:30: Church received a portrait of the

compromising bedroom si- nephew of Sheriff Whitehead Choir presents, "ICTHUS." T. pastor and his family.We .
Mond Youth Choir Prac- __ wish to thank those vis- KEYSTONE MELROSE
Guilford testified that Red- tice, 7 p.m. itors who came our way last -

dish blamed Whitehead for TuesdayHelen Masters Sunday, making it an outstanding -
NOW his inability to get approvalin Group meets at Church, 9:30 third anniversary for Pastor iUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S

Tallahassee of his paroleor a.m.; Ida Darby Group meetsat Strickland at Pine Lev-

PLAYINGNIGHTLY application to participatein home of Mrs. F. B. Beard, el.

the work release program. 2:30 p.m.;; Lorena Epperson SUPPLIES HARDWARE GARDEN
Guilford also testified that Group meets at home of Mrs. CONGRATULATIONS!

Grlffls expressed a dislike Leola Roberts, 3 p.m.; Youth The Pine Level Quiz Team, SLIMS HAKDWAII

"Sonny & Help's a Comin' ". for Whitehead but did not Choir Practice, 3:30. Lottie Betty Gordon, Landa Thorn- f :: ::7 Mtge

explain why.Guilford Moon Group meets at church ton, and Guy Stalnaker, dida AND
.bringing you the and Mrs. Tennant Brownlee Group meets at; great job as they went against FishTTStuffLive 8AI'IB

newest sounds from were not prosecuted as they home of Mrs. Eunice Sear- Starke Inn's Brown Lantern Park In a BIble Bait A c.mpl.t.lin..1
assisted the state In obtain- Holiday Quiz over n Corinthians, Hdw.
country to rock. ing the necessary evidenceto ing; Ethel Biggs Group meetsat Chapters 34. The final score Crlck..Shlnner..Worm. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS
home of One
Mrs.
"They can play anything; convict the other three. gins- all at 7:30 Wig Trained To Service Equipment was 40 to 35, giving us our Minnows Plumbing & Electrical Supp.
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will be
6 NIGHTS A WEEK CARD OF THANKSI'm and R. A. Meeting, 6:30; maintenance chief of ippi Management, Inc., of Next month's quiz LICENSES AMMUNITION Lumber & Building Material
-_ Teachers and Officers Meeting the Holiday Inn of Starke, is Jackson Miss. against Johnstown Baptist ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yd! F,... LightKeyitone
EVERY WEDNESDAY S j jIS very thankful to live in 7:15: ; Church Choir Prac- seen testing voltage of an air- Church on Chapters 5-6 of Keytton Hllta. 473-4357
I a neighborhood where neigh- tice 8 p.m. conditioning unit under the During the 1/2-day semi- H Corinthians on July 7 at Heights 473-3o63__
I IP nice ThursdayLadles Bell watchful eye of coordinator nar Brown received Intensive Pine Level. '
bors and friends are so
: CO.IE..H_NIGHT!j 1 in bringing food, flowers, and Choir Practice, 12 noon;Youth Richard E. Tucker at the training In the servicing of LIGHTS OUT CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR CONDRobbie's
Choir Practice fourth annual Maintenance television sets air conditionIng -
sympathy In the recent deathof 3:30; Visita- ,
Bobby's my sister, Mrs. Bessie tion, 7 p.m. Seminar held at Holiday Inn units, refrigeration, kitchen The Lights Out Service is THEISES TV &
at Brannen. University near Memphis, equipment, and plumb- scheduled for this Sunday eve- APPLIANCE
ning at 7 o'clock, when our Camp
I want to thank each and Term for the ten inns under Ing.
choir will be presenting a
Trall.r Sale Quasar
every Individual who contributed A high-powered in-
Hideaway survey i special musical program.
to the services Monday forms us that most women who ., Come and Join us for a song safety Low Gas C.G. TV STERO

301 North Woldo afternoon. Russell Green work do so jar the money. Inspiring service. Price and Gators on lot CAR AND PORTABLEHi

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Dedicate ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL RESIDENTIALJAMES

STARKE, FLA. W. ROBINSON. PROP AIR CONDITIONING

'--w Sunday June 10Whitsun- 3.5 Miles S. Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE
New OrganThe day; 9:30 a.m., Holy Eucharist 475.2035

IT'S "GETAWAY" TIME First Baptist Churchof Sermon.10 a.m., Holy Eucharistand __ KEYSTONE 473-4651

REAL ESTATE AUTO
Starke will have formal dw0O .OaO SERVICE

dedication services for the

new Wicks Pipe Organ on MRS. ALMA STARLING Richard T. Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE

L 1 Sunday afternoon, June 10, FAMILY REUNIONA f Kag. Real Estate Broker
1 at 3:30. James Morrell, 'Front End Alignment Speed
of of
reunion the family
C Associate State Music Secre- Wheel
a LAKE PROPERTIES Balancing
t Mrs. Alma Starling will be
vJ Church Music Depart-
tary, held June 10 with .
J ment, Florida Baptist Con- Sunday a RESIDENTIAL 'Air Conditioning Service-
basket dinner held in the yard
vention, will be the guest BUSINESS- ACREAGE Brake Service
at 12:30 at the home of
: p.m.
organist for the dedication Mrs. Starling at Crosby Lake. INSURANCE Lubrication Oil Change -
recital.
i. All friends and relatives are
The new organ represents Tune Up'Goodyear
Invited. K.ytton. Hgti. 473.3254
the culmination of the hopes
: and dreams of the church e0eOM0.0.0. 473-4692 Tires

for a new organ for many Edna Knepper4734111

years and was made possible Ben Moxley Irene Johns Martha Durbin 473-33S2( 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 BLK.
largely through the generosityof Jim Fox -473-4148'' N. Off 100

Mrs. Luther Giles Powell Promoted Mrs. Irene Dees Johns, 74, C.B. McAfee 473-4050 KEYSTONE HGTS. 473-4052
in memory of her late hus- by of Green Cove Springs, died

band, for many years a DuPont Thursday, May 31, in an Asheville BEAUTY SHOP S. E. McKa y, HealtorNell'
faithful member of the church CompanyThe N. C. hospital after a

and choir. brief illness. She was visiting S.E. McKAY
REALTOR
The Luther Giles Powell promotion of BenjaminL. i in North Carolina at the

Memorial Organ is manufac- Moxley, Jr., to Area Supervisor time of her death. Beauty Style Shof of Member of Society

tured by the Wicks Organ with responsibility Surviving is a son, Charles "For Residential AppraisersServing
Co. of Highland, 111., and for mining plans, environmental Marin Johns of Jacksonville; a :: This Area For 26- Years

But Before take that is composed of 978 pipesin protection programs and I a daughter, Mrs. William C. you Mrs. Melba Ilgen 473-4740

you trip three divisions and 15 field exploration work, has i Beck, Flat Rock, N. C.; two Ph ono 10110'4 Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473.3600
ranks. The 378 pipes of been announced by Kenneth i sisters, Mrs. Lorenzo Green

the Great Division are exposed B. Platt, Production Super- and Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, both : Mrs. Joanne Gassett 4751622

Remember To : on the back wall of intendent of K. I. duPont de i of Starke; and four grand- Mr. Leslie Robinson 475-1035
the church on either side Nemours & Company's High daughters. .

of the baptistry. The Swell land and Trail Ridge Plants.A Funeral services were held Heights V-... Homes Rentals

Cancel all home deliveries; Have your newspaper hold and Pedal Divisions are located native Georgian, Moxley, at 2 p.m. Monday, June 4, Metros ""'1:'r. Office Phone 473-4816
in ante-rooms on either with his family, came to Florida in the First United Churchof
all Issues in a package for delivery when you return ; .
side of the sanctuary. The in 1955 to accept a position Mayo, with Rev. Fred '
Make arrangements for care of pets; Notify police organ represents the Classic of engineer with Hum- Sampson conducting Inter- Lonoll't Boutique +r '\ Rays Shell

that your house will be vacant and leave a small lighton Period of organ building and phreys Gold Corporation at ment 'was in Bethel: Cemetery: .' Wrecker Service I
to Is suitable for performing the Highland Plant. He had at Mayo with DeWitt C. Jones :Style and Accessor! W. monitor channek 13 C.B.
discourage prowlers.
,r music of all types and periods.It previously been employed by Funeral Home In charge of For The Complete
, the E. I. du Pont 24 !HRS
is the only pipe organIn Companyas arrangements. \\

I And before you leave, depend on your Handy-Way Store one Bradford of the newest County pipe, and organ is nah an River engineer Plant at in its Augusta Savan-, B.L. Barnes Hwy 21 B.tw..nKy ServiceKeysten W-

to be open early or late for whatever last minute suppliesyou installations in Northeast Flo- Ga., upon graduation in 1951 .ton. & Mtro. .

I rida. from the University of Geor- Berry Lee Barnes, 72, of 475-2211 Day Call 473-3083

may need.Remember Rev. W.A. Hogan, former gia with a Bachelor,of Science Hampton, died Sunday, June Night. 475-2838
pastor of the church, will degree in Agricultural Engin 3, in a Gainesville hospital.
be present to lead in the eering. lie was born in Mississippion
I we'll probably be open when you return. organ dedication service Moxley, his wife Gwen, and May 24, 1901; was a retired Fill Dirt Electrical Contractor

to help you restock all those little necessary home which will be composed of son and daugher live on Sear- pulpwood worker, anda Booth Sand Bell Electric Co.
supplies. two parts, the formal dedi- ing Street in Starke. He isa Baptist.

cation at 3:30 p.m., and vice-president of the Starke Surviving Is his wife, Reba Clay PHITractor | W. Bell, Owner
the performance by the Church Golf and Country Club and a Harrison Barnes of Hampton Work
And listen be careful and have lots of fun.
choir of the Cantata vice-president of the DuPont ; two daughters Mrs.Shir- Hank BrunlngKEYSTONE CommercialResidential
You it. "Ichthus" at the 7:30 ser- Mining Employees Credit U- ley Forsyth and Mrs. Annie

! deserve vice.The nion.Moxley's Byrd; and one son, William HEIGHTS J"T "
Public Is cordially local company Barnes, all of Hampton; one PHONE 473-4761 Repairs
Invited to attend. service, starting with Hum- brother, Audio Barnes, Red Electrical Fixtures

.:o-- phreys Gold Corporation, suc- Bay, Ala.; six sisters, Mrs. P.O. BOX T Range Hoods
I ceeded by E. I. duPont Company -
MADISON STREET Ruby Marshall Hampton; LAKE GENEVA Hgts. 473.3602
HanduIOaqFOOD BAPTIST CHURCH in 1958 has covered positions Mrs. Uble Vincent Mrs.Mar-

Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; in operations and tha Franks, Mrs.Thelma Williams -
CONTRACTORS
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; maintenance departments:engineer and Mrs. Wllma Carter AUTO SERVICE

Church Training, 6:15: P.m.; shift foreman,dry mill all of Fort Worth, Texas;
supervisor, welding shop supervisor Triangle Enterprise, Inc. JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP
WMY Prayer Circle,7:15: ;Evening Mrs. Connie Keith, Zion, ni.;
Service, 7:30. and until the pre- and eight grandchildren. General Contractors General Repairing
STORES Monday- Youth Choir, 7 sent, plant technician Funeral services were held Engines Rebuilt
p.m. Vacation Bible School at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Commercial Residential Minor Machine Shop WorkLicensed
Insured Automatic Traa.ml.sioaFe.ruring -
9 a.m.12 noon. How First Baptist Church; ofHamp.- Air Conditioning
Tuesday Acteena,7:30: pjn. come people ire complaining ton with Rev. Melvin Hamel
about Tire
the Batteries
high cost of
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR YOU WednesdayRoyal Ambassadors food when the ads demon the conducting. Interment was in The Lindal Cedar Home Mon. Fri. 7t)0 A.M.6 P.M
Hampton under
6:30: p.m.; strate that you can buy It Cemetery 473N.. St. Rd. 21 473- Sae. 7:30 1 P.M.
direction
of DeWitt C. Jones
i -Denton Sumrall, Pastor cheaper every place than you Funeral Home. 3542 PO Box 657 2110 LAKE GENEVA 473-4117
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AWARDJane -- =.,." Shuford receives a May Bradford Improvement Award from the Chamber's

==-==c ElF Committee Chairman Anne Godwin and Manager John Myers.
Shuford's Standard station at Walnut and 301 south has Just been repainted and

and Dewey Warren, owners of Bradford Motel on North Temple Ave., receive ,..?n.hr h- redecorated.
an April Bradford Improvement Award from the Chamber of Commerce'sBIP
Committee Chairman Anne Godwin. FLAG n.\Y, JUM }.t. .--- -----

President \\'oollrow111'10n's eloquent address Flnjs HOME NOTES
The Warrens have repainted the entire Inside of the motel, Installing new car- on FORESTRY
nil" June I" 1917 is an effective reminder to all of thesignificance
peting, and have just Installed new exterior lights. Further exterior Improvementsare From Your Extension Home
In the offing, Warren says, including a new roof. Color TV's will be another of Old' Glory: IN BRADFORD COUNTY
improvement. "We m.t'llo celebrate Flag Day hecunse this flag which Economics Agent _
tie honor and under which we serve i In the emblem of our / r 1

The Warrens are also building a mobile home park on property off 301 in the unilj, our power, our thought and purpose as a nation. It tiimz', BY KATHY BROWN .. By John
rear of the motel. IUIH.. 110 other character than tluit Mhieh'e give it from t

generation to 'llt'rlilion. The choice i is ours. It floats in I O'Meerr

majestic silence above the hO"hllhlll" execute; those choices ---
whether'i in peace or war. Anil jet, though: silent, it gpeaks Looking for an easy way to er, whip the mixture till it
to 1I'1-"I't'lIklllo us of the paM, of the men ami women who clean upholstery? Use soap- has the consistency of stiff-
suds lather to restore dirt- ly beaten egg whites. Thereshouldn't Florida woodlands
went Itt'fort' us and of the r"'orll'llllt'y wrote upon it. Wecelcltriile vary
dimmed colors. be any extra waterto
the day of its birth, and from its birth! until now soak into the upholstery.Test greatly in productivity. Two
forests, side by side, can
it has witnessed a great history" has floated on high: the With a little know-how you the suds on the back of provide entirely different levels
etriTcmiALs Bvmbol of great events, of a great plan of life worked out can revive the colors and good the chair or couch. If the of Income.
liy; a great people./* looks of upholstered furnitureby fabric looks the same, only

cleaning with a stiff, soap- cleaner, wash the whole piece. Some landowners enjoy repeated -

!1 TO" ,, ,, ,, ,...,, ,, ,, ,, .. ,.. "" .nT..T............... """ '- Soap suds lather. The procedure Apply the lather liberallyto cash Income woodlands..from!
well managed ,
a small area of the upholstery
and Detergent Association is at a time and scrub,, while land nearby earns buta
llunty algent Notebook sive.simple, effective and Inexpen- working from edges toward fraction of its potential.

A medium soft
the center.
forester works
Ih First remove as much loose brush may be used to coa Your county
imost DidThe under the Cooperative Forest
But It
TTB soil as possible by brush- dirt loose. Loosely woven ma- which
Bm3BY ing with a whisk broom or terials without nap should be Management program
formulated to striveto
fj | furniture brush attachment of treated with a sponge work- was
the cleaner. Try to in the direction of the Improve forest management
vacuum Ing
of the Er- ways justified them on the ground .i: Non- practices on private land.
two weeks recess TAYLOR identify spots and stains. weave to avoid breaking with
Committee which ended Tuesday, that, right or wrong, they were done .. greasy stains can usually be threads. He can help provide you
vin and TV-viewers a in the name ot national security. ." .. ,,.. ... ,, .. .. .." ,, "' .. .. iam: dabbed away with a sponge information that will enable
readers to derive the maximum
gave soiled suds with you
first this has been from detergent solu- Scrape away
the wrung
chance to catch their breath and try From very tion. For grease-based stains, the dull edge of a knife or benefits from your forest
to put into perspective the stagger- true. He made his start In politicsby Darby Gaskins, who lives fruit. Applications of fungicides a dry cleaning solvent may be rubber scraper. Then wipe land. This can be done by

ing load of testimony concerning the smearing Helen Gahagan Doug- West of Lawtey, called mi are the best methodof necessary. When using a commercial several times with a soft cloth developing a managementplanbased
ever more complex Watergate affair. las, the California Congresswoman, last week to look at his tomato control for the blights and spot remover, be sure wrung nearly dry In clear{ on the condition of
and Jerry Voor- be of value If fruit rot water. Avoid dampening the the woodland and the owner'sneeds
this alone the recess whom he defeated, plants. They were staked can to follow directions carefullyand
For reason
and desires.As .
hees as Communist sympathizers.By and at least three fee begins to occur. Several fungicides test the product first on fabric any more than neces-
served a worthwhile purpose. high, and loaded with fruit. are available for both a hidden area of the upholstery sary. Repeat the process until
I'd guess that the number the gardener and the com- the entire piece is clean. an example, a forest
But added to the baffling testi- his own testimony, he thought of large tomatoes would ave mercial grower. Zineb, Ma- land management plan might

mony of committee witnesses in recent that in the name of national security rage at least 25 per plant. neb, Manzate, Dlthane M-45, Then use the soapsuds me- been Soiled treated upholstery with a that stain-has include recommendations for
he could tap telephones authorize of the and Bravo all will give sat- periodic selective cutting.tree
weeks was another factor that Almost every plant < thod to remove embedded soil and spot-resistant finish can
planting In some areas, a
needed some time to digest, and that burglaries, ignore the disclosuresof 1/4 acre planting had leaves isfactory control if used as and restore color brightness.To be cleaned using the same gum naval stores operationin
was President Nixon's third in a the press and the questions of that had begun to curl or: directed. one cup soap or deter- method. If the finish Is to a mature stand of timber,

series of explanations of what he Congress, and urge his staff to with- cup started, and to yellow.a few leaves ha Remember fungicides, Insecticides gent, add just enough warm remain effective, care must etc. Actually, there is no
the sOh..d hold information and obstruct jus- and other chemi- water to make it wet. Then be taken to rinse the fabrics limit to what a landownercan
knew or did not know about with hand or electric mix-
tice. Suspecting a fertilizer 01 cals are frequently necessaryto thoroughly after cleaning. do to Improve his forest
mess. None of the explanations has nutrient deficiency, especially control insects and dis- land and at the same time

been satisfactory.First What the nation wanted and need- and with number the of size large of plants fruit, eases quality If food we economically.are to produce It Grow A 1\1 iniA -(;arden In Home increase his income.If .

he maintained that he knew ed was a simple statement of facts, we took a soil sample. Our Is up to our producers to some of the landowner'strees
nothing at all about Watergate, beforeor as he knew them but what it has report showed that nitrogen' always use these pesticides terrarium is a minigarden ing plants Indoors since they can be harvested right
his had, In three differing versions, are and potash were "used-up" safely and properly to ensure enclosed In glass like a create a near ideal atmos- away, the country forestercan
after, and that nobody on devious statements which raise more and/or leached from the soil: their contined use. Always round glass globe, aquarium, phere for plants which nor- provide a list of pro-
staff was Involved in the conspiracy.In by the heavy rainfall that we stop, real the label, large-mouth bottle or another mally could not stand the dry spective buyers containing
questions than they answer. have had this spring. and follow directions to the type of glass continer. Ter- conditions in most homes. The names, addresses, and phone
his second statement, how- letter. rariums are ideal for grow- glass enclosure produces an numbers. Also available

ever, he conceded that such skull- President Nixon's dependence on We suggested that Mr. Gas- atmosphere of high humidity, upon request are sample
have been going on the defense of "national security kins apply nitrogen and pot protects delicate foliage and bid requests and sample salesor
might ,
duggery in an effort to explain the elaborateand ash as a side or top dress- allows you to grow many plants cutting contracts.
after all, and that he had obviouslybeen Administration plan ing to the tomatoes. It is important ML which would normally not do
still-secret
deceived by his staff. that the nitrogen and YOUR' LETTERSOur well Indoors. Many other services are
anawlre-tappingAme"-
for spying on
potash be of equal quantitiesto
Terrariums are simple to available from your county
Then, in his third statement of ican citizens Illegally is the most prevent too much plant make and once planted are forester. Homeowners with

two weeks ago, he admitted that he frightening element of the entire trag- growth that could result in easy to maintain. The plants shade tree problems can

did know a great deal about the edy. poor fruit The set plants of new could toma-use American Heritage t./ ni I will usually thrive with only request assistance for Identi-
The which would have been toes. minimum care. Choose a container fjlng and controlling harmful
but asked that plan, nitrogen
conspiracy of actual -
Watergate to 30 pounds
FBI up suitable to the Inter- insect and disease pests.
it be concealed in the name of "na- put Into effect except for then and potash per acre. Dear Editor: ior decor. Second, select a Landowners who wish to pro
tional security." To many readersit Director J. Edgar hoover, who naa This would mean applying 200 ship of the State for worshipof container which Is east to scribe burn their forest land

appeared that the President was the good sense to veto it, was taken pounds of 15-0-15 fertilizerper In all the vast stretchesof have God.attacked And the religion more, they the plant. A bottle terrarium Is can have a fire plan drawnup

admitting that he had, for all intents from the White House by the President's acre. the world, from continentto more they have enslaved their certainly a conversation piece and be given In the field
Ina continent and sea to sea, but it Is difficult to plant unless advice.
John Dean placed
ordered counsel, Gaskins did citizens. The Communists
and purposes, a cover- Even though Mr. something as precious as life own
is
the
up of the Watergate affair. bank security box and then turned not have any problems with Itself Is disappearing. It is teach that belief In God opening large. When certain criteria are
over to a Federal judge. The White wilt In his tomatoes, a good something that every Amer- is "the opiate of the mass- After selecting the container assis-
timber marking
To state at this late dateafter house still asks that It be kept secret number of our gardeners are ican has enjoyed from birth, es." They claim that only place at least oneinchof tance met, may be given to land-
of God and
to Fusarium and when acceptance small pea-gravel in the
losing plants
take for granted -
for "national security" reasons, a gift that we A maximum of three
two other "explanations"-- that"na Bacterial Wilt. These are two like the air we breathe. Ills moral laws Is finally eliminated bottom of the unit. This pro- owners. )
tional security" justified the crimes but Senator Ervin says that If the fungus diseases that will killa Because so many generationsof will man truly be free. duces a water reservols in man-days (total of 24 hours
may
become public and he fruit Yet these are the very countries but allows water of marking assistance
that the Watergate conspirators per- papers ever tomato plant between Americans have inheritedthis the bottom 12-month
petrated on the nation, stretches the implied that most of them should-- set and harvest. gift, without any efforton where man is given the drainage from the media a- be period.provided for any
since the the contents "would be a great shockto their part, they seldom least amount of freedom, bove. The gravel prevents o-
Imagination. Especially The earliest symptoms of think about it. They regardit where he is not permittedto verwaterlng problems. On top
President has not been specific in the American people. Fusarium Wilt is the yellow- as something that will always act for himself, but InsteadIs of the gravel place threeor Forestry assistance can

what way national security was in- Whoever drew up this plan, Sen. Ing of the older leaves, usually exist, independent of acted upon. Belief in God four Inches of a good organic be obtained by simple dialing

volved. J. Edgar Hoover, then head Ervin said, "had the same mentality on one side of the plant. them, like the sun that lights and acceptance of His laws soil mixture. One part 964-6554 or by dropping Build by
The yellowing process grad- and leads to freedom, but athe- peat and one part sand is the County Agricultural
since and the moon
it
think day
of the FBI didn't was, .hat was employed by the GestapoIn the
and
A.M.
ually Includes more and more that shine at night. ism leads to tyranny and suppression a good mix. The soil mixturecan ing between 8:00
he vetoed the elaborate interagencyplan Nazi Germany. According to his of the foliage and is accom- stars of the Individual. be leveled or molded Into 5:00 P.M. on weekdays.

drawn up by the Administrationthat interpretation, the plan was "an effort panied by wilting of the plant It never occurs to manyof slopes and depressions of va-
included "breaking and enter- to set up an operation to spy during the hottest part of the us that this precious leg- Simply stated, freedom is rious shapes to produce a

ing" and other covert activities. on the American people In general, day. Finally the plant wilts to acy can be lost, that Indeedit the right to act and choose natural looking miniature WISH I'D SAID
or at least on those who didn't agree the point of no recovery. Is slipping away becausewe for oneself. Freedom Is not landscape.
have not valued Its bless- free, it carries a high price
"
"National Security" has long with the Administration. Bacterial Wilt Is charac- ings enough to safeguard its tag called responsibility. To Select plants which are of THAT ; -.
been used by Mr. Nixon as an um- terized by a sudden wilting existence. Few civilizations be responsible means to be suitable size for the container -
brella to cover up whenever he has And so we think that "it can't of the entire plant withoutany In the whole history of the held accountable for your ac- and ones which will not growso
been charged with dubious politicalor happen here." But we shudder now yellowing of the foliage. world have known it. And the tions. We can say that free- fast that they have to be
al- Plants that are attacked may United States has enjoyed It dom and responsibility go hand removed too quickly. Small
He has
executive decisions. to realize that It almost did.
appear stunted before the wilt- to an extent unknown before.It In hand. Whenever freedom foliage plants and ferns are
ing occurs. Is this gift which elevated emerges, responsibility; was Ideal but flowers like Afri- "Today's downfall comes
America above all other present first; when freedomis can Violets add color and trying to keep up with the
There is no cure for tomato nations and made It the light maintained, responsibility interest. Set the plants at upkeep.-Mrss.: Cary Hiott
wilts after they are at- and hope of the world. Yes, leads the way; when freedomIs the same depth they were The Pickens (S. C.) Scntinal.!
pR/Dq/ tacked. The best methods of freedom Is the gift which dis- lost, It Is because respon- growing in the wild or pot.
ggADFORD CO control is to use resistant tinguished America from o- sibility lagged behind and
s 4 UhTYN varieties such as Floradel, ther nations,. for the United failed. Don't you think we A glass cover for the ter- "The man who has everything -
Manalucle, Walters, or a new the rarium top is used to keep
to
conceived In liberty; are being very unjust
States was
wt : the humidity high and to usually has a calendaron
variety called MH-1. them ; pre
LrIrapkr dedicated to the proposition people by making
nttnteteAl and. young
them vent It from drying out too the wall to remind him
are endowedby adults at 18 and giving
that all men
Tomato plants and fruit are "
rapidly. When moisture con- when the due.
Ot 0 certain adults payments are
their Creator with all the privileges of
attacked several other
also by
ova denses the
glass
on remove
,
-William The
R. Lewis,
life, liberty before have the slight-
BOB G. FERGL'ON: JOHN M. MILLER fungus diseases that can cause Inalienable rights they the top to ventilate the ter-
7ON- production rotten and the pursuit of happiness. est Idea of the tremendous Lynden (Wash.) Tribune.
Publishers poor or rarium. Water only when the
Published each: Thursday and entered as Second: Clans I..ttut the Post Office: at Starke, fruit. Late and Early blight There In the our Declaration founding fathers of- long responsibilities with these which privileges go a- soil surface becomes dry and "One's character can be
Fla. under Act: of March: 3. 1879. produce lesions on stems, Independence add only enough water to re- measured by the of
that type
leaves, and finally the fruit, proclaimed our moisten the soil. The terrarium -
Subscription rate in trade area: S6 per year: $3.50 six month. if not controlled. Often soft freedom came from God. Very truly yours, should be kept In a music to which he responds:

Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: 57 per year: $..00 six months. Stark, Flab rot organisms enter blighted shady sopt so use plants which best."-Will N. Workman.The .
fruit and cause rapid degeneration Tyrants throughout history Paul I. Meng naturally thrive in such an Chatom (Ala.) CallNewsDispatch.
or rotting of the have tried to substitute wor- Hampton, Fla area. .



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... >;. NOTICE OF APPLICATION In The Circuit Court of Flo- seal of the Court at Starke, FIRST MTG. CORP. OF STU- Set For June 9 ;. 1'NURSERY
Sec.
FOR TAX DEED rida Eighth Judicial Circuit, Florida, this 11th day of May ART. 8-6s-22E, Beg. SE Cor
.' : '. Sec 194.16 F. S. In and For Bradford County; 1973. All of said property; beingin Of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 W. 205.60' .- In BradfordA r SPECIALSChinese
'.. : :.:: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- IN PROBATE GILBERT S. BROWN the County; of Bradford W N. 341.32', t.:. 713.2ST to

., : ;: EN, that The County; of Brad-. Case No. Clerk of the Circuit Court State of Florida.' W. R/W R/W of Hwy 16 SEly on Rabies Clinic will be
:-- ford the holder of the following In re: Estate of CARRIE By: Donna M. Branson, Unless such certificate or POB 365.35'5.97 am/1. W 606.65'to held Saturday June 9, in Elm
'I certificates has filed said WARD, deceased. certificates shall be redeemed 6S-22E ;NW Sec. 17- Bradford County at the following CotlonlessCollonwood
1/4 of NW 0/4.
certificates for a tax deed NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Deputy Clerk according to law the property 40-A: Sec. NE 1/4 times and places:
18-6S-22E
.' to be Issued thereon. The creditors of the estateof 5/17 4t 6/7 ; described in such certificate of NE 1/4, 40-A. Hampton City Hall, 9 to
:.-... certificate numbers and years CARRIE WARD, deceased, or certificates will This 10 a.m.
,\.":: of Issuance the description are hereby notified and required be, sold to the highest bid- is change' in classification Lawtey City; Hall, 10:30to Trees
; ..: of the property; and the names to file any claims or NOTICEIn der at the court house dooron hearing to subject be to a public 11:30: a.m.Starke Tulip
,:.: In which It was assessed are demands which they may have The Circuit Court of Florida Monday in Month of June June held on Tuesday City; Park (across .x NOW
26
follows against said estate in the office Eighth Judicial Circuit, at 7:30 P.M. ) Reg $5.29
as : 1973 which Is the 25 day of in the from Health Dept. 12 noon
... Certificate No. 94. Year of of the Circuit Judge of In and For Bradford County June, 1973. at County the Commissionroom to I P.rn. yea $3.99fruit
Issuance 1966.Description. Bradford County Florida In Case No: 73-133 Bradford County Jack Twa- iJ-
. ; Dated this 21st day of May Court (House County; Sanitarian
of Property; : the Courthouse at Starke Florida ELLA LOUISE JONES 1973. all at which time wick recommends that all Trees
Commence 866', E & 30', within six calendar Wife/Petitioner and ALBERT Gilbert S. Brown Clerk be heard persons interested shall pet owners have their animals
for
N of SW Cor of NW1/4 >N months from the date of the JONES Husband/Respondent. By Beulah M. Moody D.C. or against the Innoculated. He says that 15 % Off
250'% E 200'% for POB E 100 first publication of this no NOTICE OF SUIT Clerk of the Circuit Courtof proposal Zoning Code as specified of in the 53 cases of dog bite were
N 50', W 100', S 50', to POB tice. Each claim or demand TO: ALBERT JONES Bradford County Florida Bradford reported in the county; duringthe FERTILIZE FRUIT SHADE TREES ,
In OR Bk 25-485 Sec 22, must be in writing and must Whereabouts unknown 5/24 4t 614NOTICE County.John past year although none
.. T-6-S R-22-E. state the place of residenceand You are hereby notified that Bradford Torode Chairman was found to be rabid. AZALEAS CAMELLIAS AND OTHER SHRUBS
::... Name In which assessed: post office address of an action for Divorce has been Board County Zoning NOW: WIITH PELLETED CLEAN

. PIONEER FINANCE CO. the claimant and must be filed against you ALBERT OF TAX SALE 6/7 4t 6/28 8i8',, ->m: :: :;: ;:.:;:;:;::::;;
.,. All of said property; being sworn to by the claimant, JONES and you are requiredto Notice Is hereby given that GROTONE FERTILIZER '
In the County; of Bradford, his agent, or his attorney serve a copy of your writ- on the 22nd day of June 1973 CARD OF THANKS
State of Florida. or it will become. void according ten defenses, if any to It, beginning 12:00: Noon Starke, .,In the Circuit Court of The
.:;:. Unless such certificate or to law. on the Petitioner's attorney County; of Bradford State of Eighth Judicial Circuit of ::::;:;:;:;:::::;:::;::::::::::: :::::;:::::: :::::: ::::::::::::;:::::::. # .98
certificates shall be redeemed Dated this 22nd day of.May, whose name and address is Florida, tax sale certificates Florida, In and For Brad- 5 -
according to law the A. D., 1973. R. Franklin Rltch. P. O. Box will be sold on the following ford County. The kindness and sympathyof
property; described In such /sHarry L. McDowell 879, Starke Florida 32091 and described land to pay the a- Case #73-29 neighbors and friends In 10 # $1.69 PRLLy3
certificate or certificates will Executor of the Estate of file the original with the clerkof mount due for taxes herein JAMES L. PATTERSON and our recent sorrow will always -
be sold to the highest bidderat CARRIE WARD deceased. the above styled court on set opposite the same, together VIVIAN PATTERSON, his remain with us as a
the court house door on George H. Pierce or before June 18,1973:other- with all costs of such wife. Plaintiffs VS. LACY precious memory. Our sin-
Monday In Month of June Attorney wise a Judgment may be entered sale and all advertising. IVOL WHirr and HAZEL R. cere thanks and gratitude for --$2.69
1973. which Is the 25th day P. O. Drawer 1030 against you for the relief #418-00100 Unknown WHITT his wife and CEN- all those comforting acts.
of June, 1973. Starke. Florida 32091 demanded in the com- That portion of Gov't Lots TRAL SOYACOMI'ANY, Shep Tomllnson and family.
Dated this 21st day of May First Publication on May 31. plaint or petition. 7 & 8 which lies North of a foreign corporation permitted 50 # $3.85GROTONE
1973. 1973 Witness my hand and the Santa Fe River Sec. 18 Twp. to transact business in
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk 5/31 4t 6/21 seal of said Court on May 7S Rge 20E 40 Acres the State of Florida, Defen WISH I'D SAID
By Beulah M. Moody DC 21st 1973. $65.70 $1.97 $3.38 $.15. dants.NOTICE PLANT FOODS

Clerk of Circuit Court of In The Circuit Court of Flo- Gilbert S. BrownAs Adv. cost $14.70 total $71.20.J. Pursuant to the OF Final SALE Judg- THAT ; .,. AVAILABLE FOR ALL SHRUBS & TREES
Bradford, County; Florida Clerk of said Court
5/24 4t 6/14 rida Eighth Judicial Circuit, By: Beulah M. Moody, as R. KELLY ment entered on May 30,1973
In and For Bradford in GOLDEN IDEAL Fertz
County.IN ; Deputy Clerk TAX COLLECTOR the above-captioned cause
PROBATE 5/24 4t 6/14 BRADFORD COUNTY Gilbert S. Brown as Clerkof
Case FLORIDA the Circuit Court of Brad- With Minors
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR In re:Estate of Carrie Ward, 5/24 4t 6/14 ford County Florida, will sell "Even a woodpecker owes $2 09
TAX DEED 25% Organic
deceased. In The Circuit Court Eighth property hereinafter described his success to the fact that
Sec. 194.16, F.S. NOTICE OF PROBATETO at public sale he
Judicial on Friday uses his head.TonyBeebe
Circuit of Florida
NOTICE HEREBY Bradford GIVEN ALL PERSONS INTER- In and For Bradford County NOTICEORDINANCE June 15, 1973 at 11:00: A.M. The SpencervilleOhio GRASS SEED FOR PERMANENT
The ;
that County of NO.-
; ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF
The
property; Is located In
the holder of the following SAID DECEDENT.You CIVIL ACTION Bradford County; Florida Bradford County; Florida,and ( ) Journal News. LAWNSPLANT
Case No. 73-122
certificates has filed said NOTICE OF INTENT TO NOW
cer- are hereby notifed thata is more particularly described "Not trash basket
tificates for a tax deed to be CECELIA B. CRIBBS & CONSIDER THE ENACT- every
issued thereon. The certifi- written Instrument purpor- MANNING EDWARD CRIBBS MENT OF A COUNTY OR as follows: catches all the stuff that
ting to be the Last Win and her husband Plaintiffvs A parcel of land lying in should be thrown into it."
cate numbers and year of DINANCE. TO: ALL CITIZ- -
the E 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of
Testament
of
said
issuance the description of decedent ADOPTION Defendant ENS, TAXPAYERS AND -N. DeVane Williams, Argentine
NW 1/4 of Section 26 Town-
has been admitted .99
the properly; and the namesin this Court. You to are probateIn here- NOTICE NO PROPERTYTO OF SUIT OTHER INTERESTED PAR ship 5 South, Range 21 East, Holmes County (Fla.) Ad. Bahia Seed LB
which it was assessed are TIES. vertiser.
and being particularly
more
by commanded within six
cal-
RALPH
as follows: : WALDO BEVERLY You and each of you are
Certificate No. 59. Year of endar months from the date ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU hereby and herewith given notice described as:
"When PensacolaBahia
of the first publication of this Commence at the SE corner you are in deep
Issuance 1966.Description. ARE HEREBY NOTI- that the Board of County; of NE 1/4 NW water it is
notice to appear in this Court of 1/4 a good idea to LB .57
of Property FIED that an action for Adoption Commissioners of Bradford
; : Seed
Section 26 Township 5
and show if South keep mouth shut.-
I Lot 50' N&S by 50' E&W cause, any you of Minor Children has County; Florida, at their reg- Range 21 East and thence your
run
can, why the action of this James H. Russell
in SW Cor of Sl/4! of NW1/4 Court in been filed against you and ular meeting at 9:30 A.M., North 89 degrees, 45 mIn- ,. ,
of NW1/4 E of RR Sec 35, to probate admitting should not said stand Will you are of required to serve a Monday, July 2, 1973, of will utes and 22 seconds West a .mmmm mm1;;;;mmm 1 1 j 1 1jj 11j1111j1111j1111 1111111 1
T-5-S R-22-E. copy your written defenses consider the enactment a distance of 606.76 feet to the Easy to use c. N'W I."O"D
Name in which assessed: unrevoked.s/ if any to it, on the plaintiff's County; Ordinance to be titled Northerly boundary of State NOTICEI
George L. Patten e- Kill Thousands
---
LACY GREEN. attorney whose name : will not be responsiblefor R E
Circuit Road 225 for point of begin- .. 1) /)
All of said Judge and address is Hon. An Ordinance for debts made .
property being George H. Pierce GeorgeH. providing ning. by anyone Of Bugs With MOUSIHOlO. ..MAT
in the County of Bradford, P.O. Drawer 1030 Pierce: Starke, Florida the establishment and main- From point beginning thus other than myself.Irving Tho- .
State of Florida. Starke Fla. 32091 and file the original: with the tenance of a Law LibraryIn described run thence North mas. One Fogger ;
Unless such certificate or clerk of the above styled courton the -County; Court House 89 45 minutes and 22 \if
certificates shall be redeemed First Attorney Publication for Executor on May 31 or before June 18, 1973: of Bradford County Florida seconds degrees West 52.85 feet to an ':::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: SM. .
,
according to law the pro- 1973 otherwise a Judgement may ; providing for a Board of 72 degrees 21 minutes and R.g Aerosal
perty described In such certificate be entered against you for Trustees to make rules and iron stake, run thence North 08 seconds West along the r $1.77 Bomb
5/31
4t 6/21
or certificates will the relief demanded in the regulations governing said library 0 degrees: !, 52 minutes_and 15 Northerly line of State Road .98
be sold to the highest bidderat complaint or petition. ; providing, method 01 seconds East; 1324.73:: feet to 225 to point of beginning.This Excellent For Roaches

the court house door on In The Circuit Court Of WITNESS my hand and the appointment and term of said an iron stake, run thence South notice shall be pub- IiiJI LG.

Monday in Month of June,1973, The 8th Judicial CircuitIn seal of said Court on May trustees; providing for method 50 89 degrees seconds East 42 minutes 393.98 feet and lished one Q) time in the Long Lasting ..99GARDEN

which is the 25th day of June, And For Bradford County,Flo 18, 1973. of maintenance and admin- to an iron stake, run thence Bradford County Telegraph, 3.98 $3.57
rida. Gilbert S. BrownAs istration declaring Law Library a newspaper circulated in
1973.Dated ; South 0 08 minutesand
this 21st day of May CASE NO. 73-75. Clerk of said Court to be County; purpose; 50 seconds degrees,East 1001.40 Bradford County, Florida.
1973. Filed in the office of Clerkof By: Beulah M. Moody providing for the establish DATED this 4th day of June ORIDA
feet to an iron stake, run
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Court on the 27 day of As Deputy; Clerk ment and maintenance of same 1973. :.
South
thence 72
21
degrees EST
By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. March 1973 at 8:29 M.Gilbert (Court Seal) out of costs to be taxed by minutes and 08 seconds West, Gilbert S. Brown, as Clerk CENTER
Clerk of Circuit Court of S. Brown By BE, D.C. 5/24 4t 6/14 the Clerk of the Circuit Court 130 feet to an iron stake of the Circuit Court ONTROl 539 East Call St.
Bradford County, Florida. JEROLD By: Donna M. Branson, Deputy -
HENRY MATII-! of Bradford County, Florida, run thence South 0 degrees PH. 964.5745
5/24 4t 6/14 ENY, Petitioner and DIANERAY In the Circuit Court of Eighth against all Civil Suits, act- 37 minutes and 10 seconds Clerk. a CIUfW cD
MATIIENY, Respondent. Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn ions or proceedings Instituted West 208.75 feet to an Iron 6/7
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR NOTICE OF ACTIONTO and For Bradford County; in the Circuit Court of stake, run thence South j.

TAX DEED : DIANE RAY MATHENY CIVIL ACTION Bradford Court County or the County ................. ....... .............................
t of Bradford
Sec. I 194.16, F.S. a/k/a DIANE RAY MARTINEZ Case #73-43 ; County;
NOTICE HEREBY; GIVEN 2120 or 2021 Airline Drive T. M. EDWARDS, single providing an effective date.
that The County; of Bradfordthe Houston, Texas. Plaintiff -vs- LOIS HAGAN, Please be governed accord- JacksonvilleDirectory BeaWittWitcherand
holder of the following YOU ARE NOTIFIED thata DELIA COVINGTON, ROSE ingly.
certificates has filed said certificates Petition for Dissolutionof : TYSON, JESSE TYSON & Bradford County Board of
for a tax deed to Marriage has been filed JOHNNY TYSON Defendant County; CommissionersBy
be Issued thereon. The certificate against you In the above nam- NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY : Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk watch what
numbers and yearsof ed Court and you are required (SEAL) you save.Every

issuance, the description to serve a copy of TO: JESSE TYSON, Ad- 6/7 2t 6/14 .
of the property and the namesin your answer or pleading on dress unknown Auto Sales and Service
which it was assessed are the Petitioner's attorney, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- NOTICEORDINANCE
as follows: CAROL WILD SCOTT 11 FIED that an action to Petition NO.- Parrish Motor
Certificate No. 93. Year of West University Avenue, the following property Bradford County, Florida
Issuance 1966.Description. Gainesville, Florida 32601 In Bradford County, Florida: NOTICE OF INTENT TO !'&LFSacavlcF
of Property: and file the original answeror The South Half of Lot Eight CONSIDER THE ENACT- !:
Com 866', E & 30' N of pleading In the office of ((8) or the Southeast Quarter MENT OF A COUNTY ORDINANCE PARTS 'VOLVO
SW Cor of NW1/4 of SW1N /4 the Clerk of the Circuit of Southeast Quarter of Sec- To: ALL CIT-
200', for POB, E 100', N Court in and for Bradford tion 13, Township 6 South, IZENS, TAXPAYERS AND Al.a
50' W 100', S 50', to POB, County, Florida, on or before Range 21 East Containing OTHER INTERESTED PAR- 7. Good Vied Can
Sec 22-T-6-S, R-22-E. 11 of June, 1973. Forty (40)) Acres, more or TIES. Ml Lam St. .- Ph. Ut-SWi
Name in which assessed: If you fall to d so. judge- less. You and each of you are 1
DIXIE ACCEPTANCE CORP. ment by default will be taken PIANOS
has been filed against you hereby and herewith given notice -
OF STUART. against ysu for the relief and you are required to servea that the Board of County YAMAHA PIANOS
Allot said property beingin demanded In the petition. Commissioners of Bradford
copy of your written defenses CONN and KIMBALLLf1RIANS Ffi
the County; of Bradford, The issue of custody is in- If any to it, on the plain.. County Florida, at their reg-
State of Florida. volved. tiffs attorney whose name ular meeting at 9:30: A.M.,
Unless such certificate or WITNESS my hand and seal and address is Hon. George Monday. July 2. 1973, will
certificates shall be redeemed this 27 day of March, 1973. d. Pierce, P. O. Drawer 1030 consider the enactment of a :
according to law the pro- GILBERT S. BROWN Starke Florida and file the County; Ordinance to be tilled -
perty described in such certificate CLERK, By: Betty; Edwards original with the clerk of the : a
or certificates will Deputy Clerk. above styled court on or before An Ordinance defining, clarifying -
be sold to the highest bidderat June 18, 1973: otherwise and regulating con-
the court house door on 5/17 4t 6/7 a Judgement may be entered tractors and the business of

Monday In Month of June, against you for the relief demanded contracting; creating the
1973, which is the 25th day In The Circuit Count In The in the complaint or Bradford County Construction KI. JlAI.1. "SWIMJER"OKG.XNS:' :

of June, 1973. Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And petition. Industry Licensing Board,designating -
Dated this 21st day of May For Bradford County Fla. WITNESS my hand and the Its members and Roosevelt Mall 388.8519
1973. Case No. 73-127 seal of said Court on May 18, prescribing its powers, duties 2929 N. W. 13th Gainesville

Gilbert S. Brown Clerk In re: Petition of ANTONIO 1973. and responsibilities;pre FURNITURE..
By Beulah M. Moody DC RIVERA and ELOISE RIVERA Gilbert S. BrownAs scribing qualifications and
Clerk of Circuit Court of NOTICE Clerk of said Court providing for the registration, FURNITURE r vAT
Bradford County, Florida TO: Margaret Jenson, c/o Department By: Beulah M. Moody examination and certification,
5/24 4t. 6/14 of Public.Health and As Deputy Clerk of contractors, the renewal DISCOUNlY rtX
Welfare San Francisco Cali- (Court Seal) thereof and making certain exceptions Com ltte I

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO fornia. 5/24 4t 6/14 and exemptions;providing HouuholdFur"i.h''QI
REGISTER FICTITIOUS You are notified that the a- for payment and collection S
NAME bove-named Petitioner, ANTONIO NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR of fees In connection
To *0% Savings
Notice is hereby given that RIVERA and ELOISE TAX DEED therewith and the use and disposition Up w'M14 wellv

the undersigned, Mrs. A. J. RIVERA, his wife, have fileda Sec. 194.16 F. S. thereof; making certain Baxley Chair Co.
Barry 1217 Bessent Road, petition in the abovestyledCourt NOTICE HEREBY GWEN acts unlawful and pre-
Starke Fla. 32091. Intendsto for the adoption of the that The County; of Bradford scribing penalties therefor 64? Cott.tl 1 Bloc
engage in business under minor child named In that the holder of the following and the effective date of this From 'MO time you use electricity you use watts. Watts power

the fictitious name The Magic petition and you are comman- certificates has filed said cer- ordinance.be governed accordingly JocktonvtlU3DM741,, your air conditioner. They heat your range and oven. All your
Needle, in Starke, Fla. mailing ded to serve a copy of your tificates for a tax deed to Please electric appliances rely
address P. O. Box 548. written defenses, if any, on be Issued thereon. The cer- Board of AUTO ELECTRIC on watts.
Starke, Fla. 32091. and that Dudley P. Hardy Petitioners' tificate numbers and years Bradford County CommissionersBy So it's only common sense that using fewer watts will

she will register said name attorney whose address is of Issuance the descriptionof Gilbert County S. Brown Clerk F 'AVY Brothers save .
with the Clerk of the Cir- P. O. braver 730 Starke, the property; and the namesIn : you money.That's
Florida before which it (SEAL) Electric Co., why FPL has together collection of Watt
cuit Court Bradford County; 32091 on or was assessed are 6/7 6/14 put a
Florida. Mrs. A. J. Barry July 10, 1973, and file the as follows: 2t Alternator Starter Watcher Hints. They'll teach how to save lots of watts.
sole owner. Dated this 25th original with the Clerk of Certificate No. 72. Year of you
day of May 1973. this Court either before ser- Issuance 1966.Description. NOTICE Generator Regulator And some money. Pick up your free hints at your appliance

V31 4t 6/21 vice on Petitioners' attorneyor of Property; : Mrs. W. B. Conerly and dealer's. Or at FPL office.
Immediately thereafter; Beg 396', W & 210', N of Mr. Wilson B. Conerly have AUTO. TRUCK. any
otherwise a default may be SE Cor of SE1/4 of SW1/4L made Application to the Brad DIESEL It's easy to be a Watt Watcher. And it
FILING CABINETS. Type- entered against you for the E 210'. N 210'% W 210', S ford County Zoning Board for
writer Stands Desks, Chairs relief demanded in the pe- 210', to Beg. Sec 16, 7-6- reclassification of the pro- 4044 Lenox A.,. Jon. RIhP1OA1OA

Safes.Bradford County; tition. S, R-22-E. perty; described below from 387.2528

Telegraph. WITNESS my hand and the Name in which assessed: EA to Rl-Aj .- l fQfttlt UQMT COMPANY
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14 TELEGRAPH June 7, 1973

FOR 'PROTIT "F1VI' KIDS 4? Pk 9


srniT'QHrommunity' News


One 1II1 Last: L stanceCrtc31 Elizabeth Givens: Walker


DELL CHAPTER OES church last Sunday at 12 noon ference, and also
vious and According to Frank, coun- retiring because
When a scruffy-looking 14- Program Director Dr. Robert sary. But; while legal Imits Immediate, to Instill In Bradford County, Dell Chapter 168 OES will followed by baptism at 1:30. of ill health. -
year-old named Jim showedup Lee explains that CRESTwas may control behavior, goals, values, and joy selor meet at 8 p.m., June 14, In At 3 p.m. Mrs. Lon McWorn
Into the CREST does not Impose any
for his first CREST(Clinical conceived lives of delinquent
originally as attitudes, feelings, and values school of counseling the Masonic Hall on Brown- was the guest speaker. A service MERITORIOUSACHIEVEMENT
Regional Support Teams- providing, through special often remain unchanged. youngsters. particular lee St. The help of all mem- was rendered In behalfof
Juvenile Delinquency) counseling counseling, one "last chance"for Through the strong relationship theory or techniquesupon bers Is needed for success. the Women's Day celebra- The National AORT
Advis-
session at the Brad- seriously troubled young provided by sound counseling Frank is a graduate student Each person Is asked to serveas
tion. Board
staff but rather ,
its ory composed
paid ; of
ford Courthouse In. Counselor Education at representatives -
County he sters to remain in the CREST
com- techniques, a committee of one. The Senior Choir will meet from
each
therapistto the
was blunt about his feelings. munity as an alternative to counselor Patrick Frank (and the University of Florida. encourages work out his own methods. Tuesday evening at 6:30 instead sociation of Operating Room AS.
He is
-
training school. DYS counselor Don Page) currently working with BASIC ADULT CLASSES of 7:30. Prayer Meet-
The one common denominator Technicians, Inc., Assocla-
CREST
"I have to be here to In the DYS officesIn
seek to the Basic Adult Classes at RJE Thurs-
i" go beyond ob- night.
the Ing Wednesday tion of
be
to ability to Operating Nurses
appears ,Inc.
,.. stay out of Marianna he While Dr. Lee was quickto the Bradford County court- establish a relationship whichis will terminate the winter termon day (tonight) the Ladies Circle American Hospital Assn., ,
told the counselor. "But and
., point out that in some June 6. All adults wish- homeof
:. house. He holds a bachelor's both empathic and honest. will' meet at the American College of Surgeons
I've seen you guys before. cases Florida's training In Ing to attend for the summer Mrs. Rebecca Allen. Prayer
degree of
speech from Littleton
the Colo.
The whole trip just turns schools located in Ocala, It UF term are asked to registerfor Band will meet at homeof has
To and
off." Pays a Master of Science "Most of the kids I see announced the certification of
me Trenton, and Marianna) do
classes
degree In Habllitatlve Sci- experiencing both school July 9. Mrs. Sarah Prince. Satur- Mrs. Raynelle Elizabeth Eng
Indeed provide the best alternative are
ences from Florida State I day, the I Can Circle will lish and Mrs.
Several weeks later Jim he feels that in and home problems. see CHURCH NEWS Margaret P,
showed for his University. Frank Is a for- them ad- sell dinners from the kit- Aaron both of Starke.
up regular role as helping
the vast majority of delin- my
but not To mer VISTA volunteer and of their Greater Allen Chapel AME chen. Sunday is Youth Day Both Mrs. English and
appointment reality
as cases it is far bet- Belong Just to the Mrs.
quency Church Rev. B. C. Williams In
teacher of with the people
usual." He had brought the mentally re- and home environ- young Aaron have been employedat
ter for the school
child to remainin
The
Women's celebration
tarded.As pastor. Day charge of the morning ser- the Bradford
a friend. Carl hadn't racked the home, face his ments," Frank states. County Hos-
pro- will terminate Sunday
flce at 11 Dinner at 12:15.:
1' a.m.
for 17
up the same kind of blems down and make his Although official statisticsare pital years. Congratulations
The GuardBradford Sunday School at 10 The Home
official record that led toJim's the CREST staff has In Indications a.m. League at 4 p.m. to both of them for
with the not yet ,
peace communityhe
with Mrs. Anna Wright guest In
from its of Mission will be chargeof
expanded core their meritorious
referral but he
was L achieve-
will have to deal withas are that th< program has superintendent. Morning
ser-
nine paid doctoral students the 6 p.m. service.
into the same act: running Micress. ment.
adult. been great Very
an a
"citizen vice at 11, with Mrs. Ruth
County's
from the University of Flori-
school and
away, skipping CRlJrr
more and more often--shop In addition to promoting soldiers" of Company D. da to Include unpaid volunteers few of had the to be sent referrals to train- Jenkins, teacher at Bradford New Bethel Baptist Church
have
lifting. personal strength and avoiding (Maintenance) 53rd Spt Bn, (primarily students from UF), Middle School, as speaker. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
the stigma unfortunately Starke, were paid $39,893 for CREST has shifted Its focus Ing school after all, and responses Speaker for the 3 p.m. ser- Weekly services will begin My Neighbors

"Jim told me you guys attached to instltutlonaliza- their two week annual active somewhat to Include a greater to a questionnaire vice will be Miss Mamie Lou with Prayer Meetig Tuesday -
indicated that 100 of the
really had something going tlon, this alternative saves duty training at Camp Bland- variety of problems--in- felt the Williams, a student at Flo- night. Bible Class, 7:30 ,
here," Carl explained. "Can tax dollars as well. According Ing from April 29 through cluding academic failure and youngsters program rida A & I M University.The p.m. Wednesday. Sunday
I I get in on my own, or to Dr. Lee, it costs May 13, according to CW 4 recreational needs. Over had been helpful.Now captains will make their School at 9:30.: Sunday the \

do I have to be referred bya the state between $10,000and Al Crosby. the past six months, CREST the end of reports after this service, Deacons will be on parade. > .I ii JI I
judge?" $13,000 per year to main- During training the unit won has provided tutorial servicesfor nearing of which will terminate the pro Morning Worship, 11 a.m.This Ii
the Best Mess Hall award its first year operation gram for the day. All cap will terminate at 3
several Starke activity
tain one child in a training teenagerswho the .... L
CREST faces questionof ) : '
The answer Is that Carl institution. In contrast, CREST for having to top mess hall were experiencing aca- As with tains are asked to please con- p.m. Holy Communion will ,\ ir II.l II.
can get in on his own, and costs about $60 a year per in the entire 53d Infantry Bri demic failure at school. refunding. many tact their members, and mem- be given in the 7 p.m. ser- r" -. .'jy -l .I.
.v.hopefullythe opportunity gade. The mess section is federal programs, a percen- bers are asked to contact the ......
child-less than one cent
per
will make it unnecessary of Institutional care. If headed by 2Lt Mike Thibault, Dr. Lee expressed his belief tage of funding Is required captains, for success. vice.Mt. l .0L I'

.. for him to ever be "referredby we assume that most of mess officer, and Mess Ste- that undergraduate vol- from the local continue.communityIn Dr. Moriah United Methodist _- .... :. ..... ...d 1 4
order to (
Greater Bethlehem Freewill "
a judge. Operation the 163 children ward Irvan Covington. Other could be Church, Rev. Moffett Is
already coun- unteers of particular
.
.
.
raise at least clfIII'
CREST--now in its seventh seled by CREST would otherwise members of the mess sect- value In the program. Lee hopes to Baptist Church, Rev Jasper acting pastor for Rev. L. J. 4 :: .
month of operation after an have gone to training ion (cooks) are SP5 Jerry They are often closer to $10,500 to match $120,000in Williams pastor. Vacation Bible Perkins. Sunday School, 10 '..:'
:
will .
initial planning period last school, then the programhas Whitehead, Gene Murphy,SP4 the problems than an older federal funds. $1,800 School will be held Mon- a.m. Children's Day will be \.,.....
summer--is a federally fund- already paid for its Wayne Prevatt, Robert Dodd, person might be, and, In be requested of Bradford day through Friday, from 6 observed at 11 a.m.
ed program by the Law En- initial expenditure of $68,000.The SP5 Hessle Grlffls and Tom addition, provide positiverole County. to 8:30: p.m., starting June ".\ .
w,
mom rrmeni.lirr
Dr. Lee hopes to presenthis The you
11. theme will be "Truth
forcement Assistance Admin- CREST workson Stockdale. The Conference year will
program models for disturbed
istration Intended to supple- the assumption that a Co. D also won the brigade adolescents. case to each county com- Shall Make You Free." terminate Sunday, and Rev. I H-kcd"Kiddy if I could
ment the Florida Divisionof Softball championship flyer mission. Dinner was served at the Perkins will be going to Con- oturt u Goo
kid getting into trouble needsa
Youth Services (DYS). several teams from
combination of limits and I
Administered from Lake City understanding. The Division throughout the ,brigade. Mem- I 1
(Columbia County), the pro- bers of the softball team wereL.
of Youth Services (
ject also 14 other repre- Thomas, Mike Thibault
serves ,
sented Don in Brad-
t "" counties in north Florida by Page Cliff Grlffls Kenneth Carl- EveryDayLowPrke1 EveryDayLowPrice]
..' including Bradford. ford County) provides legal, ton, Lamar Williams, John .:
concrete limits when
neces- Brown, Terry Hardee, John-
nie Powell, Calvin Varnes, CENTER CUT Pantry PridePORK
-- Johnnie Johnson Steve Cox,

Lloyd Gilpin, Ralph Gilpin, SIRLOINSTEAKS FAIRSUPERMARKETS

Freddie Siemer, Dennis 6(
GAINESVILLE Johns and Donald Bagwell.
SP4 Melvin R. Morgan placed -
second in the Best Truck !

Business Driver Contest conducted by BEANS STARKE'S
Directory the brigade. The test Included -
320 S. WALNUT ST.
operation, maintenance and
knowledge of the vehicle and ., ''"
;o'-'u.:
WIIK eU.1000D THNU
AUTO
SALES GARDEN
SUPPLIES
driving. t$59$1 wEn JUN. OJ 1fl3 QUANTITYNIGHTS
SP4 Michael Rhoden placed I mtlHVIDwi

BRASINGTON Johnson Fans, Inc. second In the Best Dressed s1_ in pleased/to accept
Soldier competition conducted [ U.J.D.H. FOOD STAMPCOUPONS
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS by the brigade.

SALES & SERVICE ln..cticldt P.f Supplies 2 Lt Ronald L. Thomas won
Fin t.l.cflon of Used Car FERTILIZERST.k.n the CENTER CUT
On Cadillac Trod.. W. Rent F.rtilii.r Spradrt placing brigade first golf in his trophy group.by BONELESS CUT i rrrrnAr I SLICED 1/4 I

2001 N.W. 13th." Ph.' 378.5301 224 N.W. Sth Ph. 378-0476 Co. D also won the award CHUCK''''',&EI ;

BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASSPOWELL'S presented Battalion within for the 53rd the Support best ROUNDS!: PORK LOINCHOPS


,.. Beauty Academy LIDDELL weeks.working area, and areas recreational:: for the two and STEAKS | ROAST I urrrun rrurrAr,


SP4 Leaton U. Morgan, m
Learn a Profession In Your Glass CompanySpar. won the Best Drilled Soldier ;
---
Spar. Tim.. Full or Part For Every Purpose" Award presented by the 53d $149 ; 79cff2 r
89
Tim. Store Fronts Mirrors Inf Brigade commander.Mor-

219 N.W. 10 th 378.2766 Tub Enclosures Showers gan testants won from over other several units.con- LB H ((HWJ' ;J .

Furnitures Tops Gloss Co. D did not win, the bri- I

Replaced gade volleyball tournament but EvcryDayLowPrkeTO EvcryDayLowPrke m EveryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPrke' EvcryDayLowPrke Ii I
the old Gator cry of "wait
El ,ECTRIC II i
NEW LOCATION til next year" can be heard CHUCK I SLICED HEAT AND SERVE

Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville around the armory, Crosby *ROUND e* BOTTOM SLICEDSTEAKS FRIED FISHSTICKS i I

Of Coin..vill.. Inc. 372.8191 -372-1102 says.The unit will conduct Its STEAKS BOLOGNA 1i I

Repairing Rewinding next weekend training assem-
Now And Used PICTURE FRAMES bly June 2-3. An Inventoryand 59 89< < WISCONSIN FUll.LB. I

2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 Creative audit will be conducted. n sn ? \

Custom Framing J "We were one of the larg- ;
MOVERS With est units at camp but we still I 1

Long Distance Moving A enlist qualified Individualswho Pantry Pride gjg) | Pantry Pride 126 COUNT
have an Interest In join-
'' '
Storage Packing Personal 'II' .. '" ing states Capt.
James R.
Crating Shipping Touch Reddish, Co. D commander. CANNED Pantry Pride

Fr. Estimates Call Oval Mats Prints Originals "They are Invited to visit FLOUR : I

Wildlife Drawings Etchings the armory any time or calla .
member of the unit." DRINKS TEA
BAGS
.
372.4366 461010 I PLAIN OR SELF RISING ;!

200 N.E. 16th. 3731 W. Univ. rlfAlArurrrgr'


Van Service Inc. MUSIC -- THE 10/70 < I I; j/1/ !
) j 5 LB 45 68 C
I IA IPoliceman's
3540 N.E.372.4271 Waldo Rd. G'vill BALDWIN fll" i! BAG !I BOX


PIANOS & ORGANS
"
AUTO SALES SERVICE -=- EveryDayLowPrke f EveryDayLowPrkeU.S. BonusBuy: EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke
BLOUNT
PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE
ARTISTS NO. 1 fN GMS., INC. BlunderOfficer Fresh T.nd.rGrauul miSH IARCI JUICY PANTRY PRIDE

;;,-- YELLOWCORN California CALIFORNIALEMONS FRUITCOCKTAIL
Harrison halted a speeding i(3c'efI
MUSIC Co. motorist and gave him a tick. CHERRIES
et. But he railed tn notice that the 3 lbs l
G'vill. man was intoxicated. Scarcely five LEI A
Shopping Cen.
,
Factory Authorized minutes later the same motorist end over .
Pon. .iie 372-5351 I drove his car through a red traffic
Sales' Parts-Service light and knocked loan a woman Pantry Pride
!
210 N. Moin Goin.svill..._ Fla. pedestrian. reotiN PAPERS i J
.J 1. J Could the woman hold the city Pant-y';

CAMPER SALES & SERVICE I Ilr' .,'. AUblU N"miItfalr legally liable for the accident be. ORANGE
i cause of the officer's blunder? PrlCie'WI
Siphons, IRC.
"The is TOWELS /
city supposed to provide 6 P
=
E:3: Authorised Dealers police protection." she argued JUICE I

Gainesville For Evans-lnterthem in n court hearing. "That's CANS ; /rmm ASSORTED & WHITE ;!MAYONNAISE
\\Iwte pay taxes for. If the officer
CAMPER MART, INC. Siegler Heating & luuln't let that drunken dri-er 1 //rr lAPFrrrlrfrrr /

3111 N. Main Gainesville Air Conditing Equip get gotten inviiy hurl.I" \\milil I never have ($1 ; 4/$1 ;! 320z

378-2954 T Bay Service Dep Accessories Supplies ,, I SQUAREI20 49c

Complete Store FEET ; JAR
Camping Parts and Service But the court disagreed, saying
S Us: Concord, Volunteer, the law simply does not recognize

Sm, key, Midas, Adventure this kind of u claim.It EvcryDayLowPrkePantry EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPrke

Wheels. Morris, Monitor, Fan, 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville is true that nil. members of BonusBuy
the community: entitled to Pride Pantry Pride
lire reasonilble PrM
Pantry *
Explorer Sports Coach Pantry Prid*
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HOT DOC
378-8902 police protection. But JUMBOPIES FULL STMIMTMBLEACH -LEMON PINK ONHAMBURGER
this is u general, not n specific: PRESERVES_ _
right. It does not mean that each RINSEJUJ.OM
victim of a crime if he can pointto

COBIA some police error, cnn collect

FABUGLAS damages from the city govern irr 1EEverypaylowPrk. 2/49
GAINESVILLE JOHNSON ment. _ PLASTIC _
/'" -1 MOTORS The reasoning is mainly prug-
matic. Courts fear thut if such

IIA JCc. claims were allowed the financial >ryDaylowPrk' 'CvcryDayLowPrir! { IvcryOayLowPrkc Ev.ryavLowPrke tv.ryayLowPrk .
burden on cities would' be stag Pantry Pride CryO yLowPrke]
'O."y'"d. GRAPEFRUIT Pantry Pride Pantry &i'l TOOTHPASTE PLAINPOUND
gering. WHIPTOPPING
1030 E. University Avenue Nevertheless, under certain circumstances CUT GREENBEANS e:; JUICE! PEAS oCORN> MOUTHWASH Pride

Gainesville, Florida a person may indeed j [3 CAKE

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':: LIPTON I Juice 4 CANS 6-0'. $100 Paper Plates . . 'S.T sac ," I.f'l..v.; ',-

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: {f SAVE 25c VAN CAMPVienna CRACKIN' GOODSaltine

: SAVE '":' Sausage 5-'. $100 Crackers 3 P I LB GS. $1"

: SAVE 20c STOKELY CREAM STYLE OR DIXIE DARLING

i 30c 99 tJI Whole. Kernel Corn 6''CANS $1 Family Bread . 4.20. *'> $1" .:. r

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BOTTLE 2 $100 Ice Cream HALF' 5tc ..,...,...,.
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FRESH SWEET GEol GIA, SAVE 20c MORDinners COURSE ASSORTED

" Tr Peaches . 3 lBS.99c . I 17-01.PKG.: 5tc x
-- FRESH CALIFORNIA SAVE lOc POLY BAG HASH BROWN ,

: / Cherries . LB.59c Potatoes 5 LB.PKG.. 5rcI"I
i I 4 FRESH FLORIDA YELLOW OR LIBBY'S LIMEADE OR PINK OR REGULAR "
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AD RATES FOR SALE-Kerosene space INSURANCEAT LONG CHAMP r$ SAVE1 MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. i

Deadline for insertion Tues- heater, thermostat control; REDUCED RATES FRED DAVIS 90 West. Lake City COMPLETE POULTRY EQUIP OF
Amana refrigerator freezer -
day Noon preceding Thursday 14 cu. ft.; boys Matel AUTO, FIRE BOAT Home and Building BUICK PONTIAC Phone 752-3723 HOUSE CLEANING ALL KINDS. I

before publication. Stallion bicycle; two end tables DOYLE E. CONNER Materials GMC TRUCKS For Best Selection Of & Out
Minimum Charge '2.00 walnut recliner chair; INSURANCE AGENCY Inside
,
(Covers 1 15 Words) black & white; RCA TV. 964- tchg. WE BUILD It.'A LITTLE RIDE CAN TRAVEL TRAILERS STEAM CLEAN R. Q. Simmons I

Each word over 35, 10* 5667 after 6 p.m. ltp "Your Plans Or OursYour I SAVE YOU A LOs;,, MINI-HOMES Mildew Paint Stripping Equip Co.
All Classified Ads -------------------------- TRUCK CAMPERSAND
muse
be Refinishing Lot Or Ours." I GREEN COVE SPRINGS* Carpet & Floor Service I
paid for in advance unless TOPPERSFull
St.
FOR SALE V PHONE 317 E Brownl.
you have established account p. Camper v FREE ESTIMATES 964-5771
36 Inch high. For Fleetslde AU Typs. Of Lin Of Pans And
with the Telegraph, in Remodeling RepairsAdditions Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M. Stork., Fla.
short body truck fully lin I Upholsteryet.pd Job Opportunities Service
that event 50$ extra chargefor ed. Call 964-5981 After 1"11'''' Tv Complete Janitorial

billing. Not responsible 5 pm. lip 1 Cabinet Work Homes Bought Sold Cooks Service Phone 96'.6819
for errors when given over
the phone.or when copy is Specializing In Traded Dishwasher BOYD SERVICE' tfchg
not typed and brought to FOR SALE- Singer Sewing Piano RefinishingAnd ACREAGE FOR SALE Forget

the offic:... machines W/Formica cabinets 94-6853
as is $32.00 each. Navy ReconditioningC. t Hwy. 301 S. Starke something?
bunk beds, no mattress $15. TV
E. JACKSON 1111
set. Chev. walk-In Vanruns
Pay For Classified out nice $525. Winch truck 1313 W. Madison Starke i 111111 SritflltfF.il NiI,.:

Ads In Advance 10,000 lb. Garwood W/cable
$200. 3 & 2 e
Increased cents have madeIt compartment TIlE proven carpet cleaner
stainless steel & Troll MotorsUp
restaurant Boats
necessary for this newspaper Blue Lustre is easy on the
to clarify Its present sinks, also refrigerated pie budget. Restores forgotten co-
rules and adopt new ones for case w/glass front. Kawa- lors. Rent electric shampooer mIl To 20% Off
the publication of classified sake 125 Motorcycle, 1971
$1. Devrick Inc., 301 E. Call 0
advertisement In Its columns. $300. George Ricks 964-
St., 964-6163. Sal. Parts Service GET YOURS NOW! -
5184. Itp .."...... ,
All advertisements of this New and Used
nature must be paid In advance Restaurant
unless an established FOR SALE Black Angus JIMMY MOORE'S USED IMPORT CARS SLIM'S FISH & STUFF
monthly account Is maintained 8 10 hundred GOOD PAY
Bull or lbs., HAIFKED AUTO
with this newspaper. Saw Sfwrts HWY 21 KEYSTONE\ HEIGHTS 473-4357
-
4
years old. Papers In AND BENEFITSPaid
Mailing and. bookkeeping IMPOITS, INC. Well don't forget last sum-
costs have advanced makingIt order real gentle. $400or MORE BOAT FOR mer's sizzling heat! Tame
necessary to make this best offer Reason for YOUR MONEY 509 E. University Vacations hot weather fast with a famous -
selling, he's related to all Carrier quality cen-
adjustment.It Cain..vilie-372-4373 TP Paid OMA Os 0aO+sOaO.OK0+0
my heifers. Call Tom Ta- Starke Ph. 964-5791 Holidays tral air conditioner at the
Is much preferred that lowest prices __ __ Zor'r '- 0: '
8 ever duringour = := : -
classified advertising be tum 782-3444. to 10 p.m. Group Insurance
placed In person, rather than UP Complete Outboard & Stern Profit sale pre-season! pricebreaker l.
PUMPSNEW Sharing ,, .1
by telephone so as to avoid Drive Service! and Repair. I 1
jot.'M7 .orwaaw l( .ori wroeE
,
error FOR SALE2 story Pace- Complete; Fiberglass Repair AND USED UniformsAnd ?

maker mobile home--3 Custom built Fiberglass Many Others 11 I
bedroom '
t '\ r :'
SALES 1 I -
11/2 bath, dishwasher, Fishing Beats. = I 1 .
VICTOR CHAMPION ELEC- set up on rental lot, reason- PARTS Apply In Person At

TRIC Add Machines $99.50. able. Owner will finance. SERVICED m-1: : u ill.l I

Ideal for home or office. No 964-8718 after 5 p.m. & ..p and Shallow Wells HOLIDAY INN uiw ..'..j ii.sun I'l I .OS-f W Of1/W
6/14 II
plastic, all metal. Bradford weekends. 2tp SEWINGMACHINE OF STARKE Sawyer-Slade Gas t I I
J. ''
County Telegraph : i I II" )'lr9 .1.124x52. l
FOR SALEChicken fertilizer -
332
Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT Between 8 W. Madison
A.M. 5 P.M.
.50 bushel, $5.00 pick
up load. U Haul. Call SERVICEON Stcrke, Fla. 3 Br -1B Baths and Utility Room

782-3767 or 782-3711. Itp Sales and Service ALL MAKES rtes 964-7701

t FOR SALE 1 PFAFF ELNA PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Just $6 995 Setup and

FOR SALE- stove, ref rig=- New Home oooo DeliveredOLIN'S
chest of drawers. OpeningNEW
erator, 3 BEDROOM
MOBILE HOME SALES
WHITE
271 S. Orange St. 9646256.
PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
FOR SALEPant Suits, Unl- Itp. HOUSE IIWY.IUO W. STARKE 964.5606MORTGAGES
firms $10.00 UnlformsDress- $49.50 up WITH FURNITURE
: -------------------------- TRAILER
es $5.00; Men and Ladles Moved 5 Blocks North Large Shaded Lot --
Smock Tops $5.00 Tom'sFactory FOR SALELOTS, zoned for Parts & Repairs on 864 N. T.mpl Ave COURTOn In Town
Outlet, Baldwin Fla. mobile homes and houses. all other make, machinesNATIONAL
SEEING IS
U. S. 90 West. 4tp 6/4 Several subdivisions choose BUYING
from, only $95 down. Monthly 301 In City BILL POWELL
payments to suit your bud- KIRBY CO. Of Starke BROKER

$169.95.189 LB.Just FREEZERS$16.75 down only and get. Ph. 468-1551 or 9648331.tfchg (WINKLER ELECTRIC, Phone 964-9974 964-6464 5332208oooeoooooooooooo Interested In buying

12 payments of$14.66 at Dah- 611 W. Univ. Av. INC.) 1st & second up to dateor

mer's Discount. tfchg FOR SALE- Mobile home ((4) dellquent/ mortgages
wheels & axels, $100. 6" Gainesville, Fla. KIRBY

FOR SALE1973 Winnebago Craftman jointer planer,$125. 378-1355 LET US MAKE YOU AN OFFER
10" Craftman radial saw,$125. Male
18 ft motor home, Just brokenIn
60' Chevrolet pickup $75.
7500. Will trade for late Vacuu Call John Bradl.
Keys, Hampton Lake. I lip Southern Discount
model truck. Ph. 473-
car or HELP WANTED
3767. 4tp 6/21 SIDE BY SIDE Refrigerator Your CleanersSales 964.5010

& Freezer, only $400 with
trade less than 5 years old. Real Estate and Service
FOR SALEFill dirt & top
Payments of $14.44 at Dah-
soil. Starke & Lawtey. Tray- mer's Discount. tfchg Broker Southern Wood Piedmont
lor Landscape Co. 782-3437. 234 N. Temple Ave. STARKE BUILDERSA
BUY SELL TRADE.APPRAISALS .
Itp FOR SALE-1971 Yamaha DT- Complete Building Service
1-250, 7,000 miles; trail bike. Phone 964-7596 Baldwin Fla.
Call J Phone 964-3270 219 E. Washington,!; St.
Vance Johnson, 473-3476
A.J. THOMAS-REALTOR Call Bill Powell Starke
964-5701 KITES 468-1753 after 5 p.m. lip After 6 P.M. 964-5359 Fla.

96 -6 64 CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL

2 BR 1 Bath Frame $12,200 FOR SALE1972 trailer 3 $4.59
bedroom 2 bath central AtC 24 Hrs. A Day Phone 964-6061 = (' ;- FREE "The No Wax Floor"

3 BR 1 Bath Block $12,500 & heat. Ph. Hampton 468- Ante's #;7.7... ESTIMATES Completely 'Installed Compare At $6.30 P" Sq. Yd.
1147 after 6 p.m. Up 0oooooo '
3 BR 2 Bath Block $17,000 Mobil. Hornet 'r BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI i

FOR CARL BEGGS SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
SALE18' glass boat, LOW NYLONMany
2 BR Cent Heat/Air $17,500
90 hp Johnson motor-1965 and Expando Rooms & Add WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
Gulf Service Colors To Choose From A 07
trailer, $900 or best offer On Rooms $V.T/
4 BR Cent Heat/Air $23,200 (E.labi.hed! 1949) Exeaadt F.H.A. Specifications
964-8087. 5tp 7/5 Free Delivery! and Set Up
Completely Inatallad Ovar Rubber Padding Per Sq. Yd.
4 BR 1/2 Acres City $38,000 '100 MILE RADIUS 744 N. Thompson, Stark.

USED BANK FINANCINGHWY SHAG

3 BR Brick 10 Acre $39,900 RileyPaving J7 NORTH. I If In'i-f/ Your lfueinr..xIi I liray/ $ fPprvrfnt.-tl, ; / 100,. continuous Fit Nylon The Carpet With The Now Look)

GREEN COVE Many Color To Choose From _
38 Acres Fenced, Pasture PARTSFor 3/73 '' .. ..... ............. Completely Inalallad /.Q
Co.Driveways ; Tel. 284-5001 764-7311 I' Over Rubber Padding P r Sq. Yd. + JJ

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HOUSE WATSON'S OK( VACUUMS Most Makes (Of Cars INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR Hill's Radio & Equipment

Many brands of new vacuums 24 Hr. Wrecker Service SELLING? 321 N. Temple.Are. Now In Starke
$39.00 up. Used machines Parking Lots
from $10. Expert Repairsall Hwy. 301 N. Waldo CONTACT Starke, Fla. ph O64-8J46 8361(
makes. Parts and Accessories SINGERApproved
for all vacuums. BuiltIn 473-2102 Phone 468.1998 GEORGE ROBERTS Best Selection Of
ooeeeeoeeeeeooo
Central clea
vacumn /'f'
systems. 712 N.Main, Gaines- REAL ESTATE Communication Sys. At Low Discount Prices. Dealer

ville 376-7110 United Farm Sewing Machines
P.O.Box 212 Charles Zlpperer OUTDOOR ADVERTISING

FOR SALEDoors, entrance, Agency, Inc Associate 72 Hour Svs. on Magnetic Signs Vacuum Cleaners

screen Interior, louvers, Sfarfce Seg. Real Estate Broker PHONE 96 -7826 Scissors
shutters, closet blfolds, sliding Paul & Irene Faulkner 421 W. PLEXIGLASS LETTERS AVAILABLE IN BLOCKAS Other Notions
MADISON
glass Windows, awning Fla. ST. WELL AS 3 DIMENSIONAL
& single hung. Also lumber Associates We Offer Expert Service On All Makes Sewing

and hardware. New & used I TF 206 S. Water Stre.t Machines And Vacuum Cleaners

priced to save you money. Starke Fla. 964.5065 MILLER IrvwiVOLKSWAGEN
George Ricks, 301 N.of Starke
WANT TO SELL OR Coleman'a Center
964-5184. 4tp 6/7 0. C. Carlos Nursery RUY REAL ESTATE? HIPP < > TRACTOR CO.T.lephon.372.3464. Sewing

Thousands of Plants Call Us For Best Prices 138 E. Call SL
LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf Fruit Trees, Shad. Tr.... Prospects Waiting
964-8312
& Country Club, ready for
Ev.rgr..n., Camellias, tfchgsr FARM MACHINESNew
building on or for Investment. Azaleas, Rates
Lots area approximately 1/2 Most in Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING & Used
New & Used
acre and larger. Paved roads -
only 3 minutes from town. 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke, E. W. Sales Service 'WJ '
Pringle 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 Hwy. 100 I FACTORY HELP NEEDEDOwen I II

fun. tLchgLINOLEUM FloraKome 659-2165 Roofing Co. 1 Mi. North of the Mall GAI ESVILLE, FLA. I I

FLOUR Covering GAINESVILLEA.A. Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable$ able
Service Is The Better ,
"Wh.r. Idea"
6 X 9. $3.19; 9 x 12. $5.98; 17 Yrs Experience'
12 X 12, 911.SU! ; 12 x 15.only RAY'S ELECTRIC Licensed bodied factory help. No ..,.rhnco necessary. ,

1495. Many patterns and co- Keystone Hgts. Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.
lors. Dahmer'a Discount tt MEETING ,
ResidentialCommercial New & Old Work PINEHURST

FOR SALE- large water 1 Yr Guarantee FRIDAY NIGHT And StoreWE IP YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT ,
front lots on Hampton Lake.F. Industrial 8:30 P.M. Grocery Variety
Register 964-5888 or 964- AAA Monitor Channel 13 Free Estimates
:
8771. ttchg On C.B. Radios 309 N. CHERRY ST. HAVE MOST COMPLETE OWEN JOIST

Licensed & Bon 964-8961 FAIRIC AND NOTIONS SHOP

FOR SALEUsed work pants Free Estimate! Wont To Drink, That's IN STARKE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ,
$LOO and long sleeve shirts
$1.00; short sleeve shirts 75C; Ph. 473-3631 NO JOB TOO BIG Your Business Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery Supplies Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday' ,
Sanltone cleaned. Tom's Fac-
Store ,
tory Outlet, 266 U. S. 90 OR TOO Want To Stop, That's Our Hwy. 100 East Hours 7.11
West, Baldwin, Fla. 4tp 6/4 No Job Too Small SMALL Business Of Stark. 7 Days a Week 7:00 A.M. To 5:00 P.M. ,
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I. Acting aa recommendation 1973-74 Bradford Appointments - - : I
M. A. Payne Sr. Doreatha
rt SaoL Jim TemBradford .. ..,. ,
School Re-appointments, single motion by Board Mem- Goodman conWcted'the brief' Richardson Ruby Thomas FOR SALE 1962 Ford Wagon
Board
approved fer. and Included Gladys T. Wasdln Retiring. engine & tires.
teacher appointments terminations new ber ifohnnle Blaine Thompson) meeting because Chairman in the appointmentswas Joseph Warren Henry good body
Starke ElementaryKaren Needs brake linings on front
appointments one administrative post Greene.
I were approved wtucn was approved unanim : Hall absent I
because
Rodney was -
for the 1973-74 school term. without comment and on a ously.; vice-Chairman: Seeber.:, of military duty. that of assistant principalin S. Christiansen, Resigned Bradford Middle School- 250.: Call 473-3058 .' Ito
Sheryl S. Lee Resigned William
charge of curriculum at PhIlomena Adklnson,
Bradford Middle School. ApPOinted Ruth Payne Resigned MurielS. Dampier, Carolyn Dyal, Julia FOR SALE1972 VW 18,000
to that position Is Norman, Retiring; JustineR. Grlffls. Ruth Jenkins Gloria miles, 12 mo. warranty,quarter -
PLANNED USE REPORT Miss Myrna Lou Balm daugh- Wheeler Retiring. Lewellen, George Loper Arabian stud. 7823594.
ter of Hugh Rahn of :Ralford. Bradford: Middle School Jeanne Loper Steven Miller ItD
FEDERAL For the past 10 years Miss Louis Alvarez, Resigned Adele Mitchell Dorothy
REVENUE SHARING FUNDS Rahn has been employed in Kenneth Huenlnk Resigned Moore, Maureen Paul Bar-

the Alachua County school Donna Labagh, Resigned bara Reddish, Leona Royal ( HELP WArTED 1
CITY OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA system as a teacher and James Weldon, Resigned John SnelL Peggy Stanwlx-
: .'" reading specialist. Her most Paula White, Resigned Robert Hay Hardrick Taylor Gladys

recent position, the 1972-73 Yelle, Resigned. Thomas, Jane Trawick Marilyn -
term, has been an Intern Bradford: High School- Vellenga, Elizabeth Walker. WANTED-Waltress, morning
ENTITLEMENT coordinator and team leaderIn Thomas Bear Job abolished; shift,, 7 to 3. B&G Restaurant.

PERIOD January 1 June 30 1973 Teacher Corps, a federally Jamie Job Job Brooke Elementary- \064-6313. 2tp 6/7
Judith Clark
sponsored program with head- abolished; Dorothy B. Jackson. '
quarters in High Springs. abolished Howard, Retiring Hampton ElementaryErnestine -
REVENUE RECEIVED : $6,190.00 Supt. Temple said all per- ; Grover Job Y. Register, Earse- WAITRESS wanted morning G Res-
7 to
sons Involved had been notified abolished; Harry Hatcher lene N. Zimmerman. shift,
in advance.In Job abolished; Paul Meng, Lawtoy ElementaryAliceMae taurant. 9646313. 2tp

other action at the special Resigned; Susan Moody, Anderson, Annie B. An- 6/7
PROPOSED EXPENDITURES : meeting, the board: Resigned; Billy; TOlbert. Job derson Willie Mae Randolpy
Approved a resolution to abolished; Patricia Weeks Eddie Joyce Sexton, EvelynS. HELP WANTED Weekendand
Paving and be presented to the Florida Job abolished. Sinclair Betsy J. Sklenlc- Full time. Apply In
Repairing Street and Sidewalks 3,200.00 Legislature asking removalof Bradford Vo/Tech ka. person New Kingsley Beach.

Recreation Board 1,000.00 the $500 limit without Paul Martin Resigned. Southslde ElementaryCarolyn ItP.
bids on property being sold B. Canova Mary Agnes

Reserves New City Hall 1,500.00 by a school system to Ferguson Iva Jean Harrell,
an outside agency. Attorney TRANSFER OF PERSONNELTo Evelena Kittles, Beulah J.
Contingency 490.00 Gene Shaw said the $500 : Bradford: Middle Lennon, Yvonne Long, Lau- HOUSES FOR SALE
limit is at times prohibitivein SchoolLouis Garner Award rie I. Mulllns, Donna Schroeder .
that it makes the boardgo CC, Transfer from High Monterey Wasdln, HazelE.
to unnecessary expenseat School; Hazel Wall, Transfer Williams, Suzanna Wil-
TOTAL PROPOSED EXPENDITURES FOR $6,190.00 time in obtaining appraisalof from High School. liams, Burney R. Winkler NATIONAL mortgage company -
property which doesn't sell To: Bradford -Union Vol Starke Elementary -Luclle has two four bedroom, 2
ENTITLEMENT PERIOD : January 1 June 30 1973. for as much as the appraisal Tech Center Della Rosen- E. Brown, Altemease Chandler bath homes for sale, on 1/2

costs. berg, Transfer from High Essie L. Crosby MurielC. acre wooded lots. Low down
-Heard Supt. Temple School. Gay, Johnnie R. Green, payment. Call and see how
explain about the board's To: Southslde Elementary- Bettye R. Haas Mae Fran- easy It Is to own one of these
most recent loss of $60'!.000 Sally Price Transfer from des Jenkins. Zeporah P. Jen- homes. Call collect Ocala 622-
in Minimum Foundation Program Vo/Tech ((position abolished) alga, Helen M. Johns, 8118. tfchg
The Funds. (See articlein To: Starke Elementary- Mellonease McDonald, Tom-
City of Lawtey began receiving Federal Revenue April 26 edition of The Zeporah Jennings, Transfer mie L. Nolan, Minnie Lou

TelegraphOn ). from Lawtey.To Patray Margaret H. Peek, FOR SALE: Frame house,

Sharing Funds in January 1972. All monies received by the City unanimous recomme- : CentralMediaResource Vicki F. Powell, RuthC. furnished; $9,500.615 W.
ndation of all principals, Center Gladys; Thomas Reynolds, Robertha Snells Lafayette; call after 7 p.m.,
changed summer school datesto Transfer from Middle School. Maurice J. Williams, Sue 964-5838. Itp
Council of Lawtey from federal revenue sharing funds will be used begin after July 4, from To: Adult Education,hourly W. Winkler

July 5 through August basisMartha Limn, Trans- FOR SALEHouse, 2 years
15. Temple said the move fer from Vo/Tech (position 2 bedrooms living room
for those - - old, ,
projects or services which in the best interest of
are
was made to funding will abolished) "J"dining room. $9,500. 473-
come from the 73-74 budget. 4951: or 964-6212. 2tp 6/14
the Citizens of Lawtey. Teacher appointments are FBLA Group
as follows:
NEW APPOINTMENTS- FOR SALENew 3 bedroom
TERMINATIONS Bradford Middle Scjiool-: Headed For brick veneer, 2 baths, living -

BROOKER ELEMENT ARY- Principal "Rahn, Assistant room, kitchen and dining
Wendy Hill, Resigned; Curriculum. DC ContestFuture area. Good location. Financing -
Respectfully submitted, Patricia Hurst, Resigned; available. Call Buford
Kathy Sherwood, Resigned. EMPLOYEES RETURNING Mitchell, 964-6853. tfchg
Hampton ElementaryCynthia FROM LEAVE ASSIGNED AS Business Leaders of
Sherman, Not recom- FOLLOWS: America at Bradford: High will
mended Gout of field). Bradford High School-Gus- send delegates and displaythe Iw
2@! Lawtey Elementary- Penny tav Karow. chapter exhibit at the Na-

J. Rizzo, Resigned Kathryn Starke ElementarySandraM. tional Leadership Conference MISCELLANEOUSBEGINNING
6/7 Ethel D. Showers, Resigned. Duncan. In Washington D. C., to .be
It--
City Clerk Southslde ElementarySarah held June 17-19.
RE-APPOINTEES assigned had ear-
are The local chapter
B. Dickinson Resigned
;
as follows: lier displayed Its exhibit at
Carole Mussollne Resigned
; Starke Elementary-Richard Conference ballet lessons to
the State Leadership -
Mary E. Syfret,. Resigned;' Ezzell, Terry L. Ivey Sarah In Miami and won first begin soon. Ages 7-14 accepted. -

Schultz, Lysle Williams, Gall place. Call 964-7710. Itp
W. Cook, Awarded Continuing The trip was made possi-
Contract (CC). ble by the help of Baldwin STRING BEANS BUTTER

NOTICETHIS Southslde ElementaryVicId Chevrolet-Olds The Cham- BEANSReady to pick this
Legal AnnBeal, Kathleen Metzler, ber of Commerce, Clvltans, weekend. Phone 7823822.
Carole M. Shields, William The Community State Bankof Up

C. Shields, Ester. Tolbert,. Starke, Florida Bank of _
Eugenia E. Whitehead, Phyllis Starke, Jaycees, Guaranty
PORTION TO BE RETURNED TOi THE GOVERNMENT OF H. Talley. Jeannette. E.. Federal Savings and Loan WANTED TO RENT.3.BR
Cope Award CC; Cynthia Assn., Southern Discount, house or trailer within 20 mi.
DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Construction Companyand of Will
BRADFORD COUNTY B.: Lawrence Award Trlest radius Starke. sign
OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING the Bradford: County Tel- lease; needed July 1. -- J.

1900 PENNSYLVANIA CC.Lawtey ElementaryMelodyC. egraph. McWllllams, 23 W. Washington -
PLANS TO EXPEND ITS REVENUE SHARING
AVE.N.W. ALLOCATION/
The local chapter of the DuBois Pa. 2tp 6/14
FOftTHff ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNING Kirkland, ThelmaM.Knight ,
WASHINGTON D.C. 20226 Keith Steele. Alicia Seffa. Future Business Leaders of

I ((1C) D l EXECUTIVE PROPO A-C-: Chock this block i II( tins plan is based on" JAN. 1 1973 AND- ENDING JUNE 30, 1973 Sylvia Tatum" Award CC; America installation held its second banquet annual at- WANTED TO RENTThree
I Linda Tougaw Award CC.
an o.< cutiui i>inHv| :;.il'1 _____ bedroom home for one yearIn
Golf and Country
-' -- the Starke
Hampton ElementaryArlene -
I(LJ) DEBT"How will' llu availability' ; of rovonuo sharing funds affect the IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON AN Rich, Kathryn Wiggles- Club Tuesday night with more furnished.Starke area.Call References Gainesville

borrowing requirements ol your jurisdiction worth, Norma Jean Clark, than 60 members and guests 373-2961. 2tp 6/7
t5TINAT TOTALOF
882,329 Award CC, Ernestine Den- in attendance.New .

I mark, Award CC: Rocena: officers Installed for MOBILE home moving. Also
ACCOUNT" NO Santanglnl, Award CC. 1973-74 were President Jan
mobile home hurricane anchoring -
X AVOID DEBT INCREASE NO EFHECT I ILESSE Brooker ElementarySusanScott Searle Vice-President Jency
101 004
I OU4 & mobile home roof
B Watson Secretary Nancy Lee,
Deborah Potsko. ,
TOO SOON TOPREDICT coating. Olin's Mobile Home
"I OeDT INCREASE EFFECT BRADFORD COUNTY : Middle School Allison Treasurer Patty Morris and Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W.

-.. ,------ CHRN BD OF COMM] AJjets, Connie Arnold, Caroline Reporter Alice Atwood. Starke, Fla. tfchg
(1M) TAXES In which of the. following manners is it expected that the DWR B Buchholz, Doris Kelley, Awards were also given to
availability of Revenue Sharing!) Funds will effect tho tax : Brenda Litchfield, Merlbeth FBLA district winners: Mar-
STARKE FLORIDA tha Buckley, Jan Searle, LIn- LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast
levels of your jurisdiction, Chock as many as apply. 32091' Varner McKean, John McKen-
: ney Ester Winters Norman, da Thornton, Joy Andrews, with X-ll Diet Plan $3.00.
I n: WILL ENADLc REDUCING |0 f WILL REDUCE AMOUNT Of RATE iI Clydeen; Petr Ua, Gerard Pe- Kay Lewis and Kathy Faulk- REDUCE Excess Fluids with
RATE OF A MAJOR TAX. | I INCREASE OF A MAJOR TAX. 1 trella, Christian Preisler, ner. X-Pel $3.00.Money Back Gua-

Julia Ripplinger Donna Smith at Koch Drug. 12tp
\ WILL rntvtNT INCHCASE IN rantee
711\rirl I n INO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS William Vogeney, Paula Bar- 6/21
r : RA rc OF A MAJOR TAX e e e _
rett, Award CC; Jewelle

ilD WILL t PKEVCNT ENACTING n TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT Crawford Award CC; Brenda Food prices may go up JO NOW OPEN Dave's Print
NEW MAJOR TAX
A CC
II Farnsworth, Award ; Edna
this This
percent causes
!year. Shop 119 S. Walnut St. Ph.
a 1 Kitties, Award CC; >Louise a great deal of unhappiness.The .
OPfcnATING/MAINTE.MANCE! EXPENDITURES: CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 964-6910. See us for all
Ln Keren Award CC; Glenda only things we don't object -
I PINCINT PEnccNr PERCENT PLANNED FOR your printing needs. It chg.
: Award CC.
5 EXPENDITURE PLANNED Wattenbarger,
.rruoitn'f PLANNED fUMtto mAR( PLANNI0'OR to paying more for art
EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES MAINIPIANCE. NIWOR CATEGORIES EXPENDITURES LAND DEBT Bradford High School-David our luxuries.
ti'CATEGORIES (A) ((31) IIRVICIS or EXISTING, ICI (EXPANDED IMICISIq' E F EQUIPMENT a CONSTRUCTION ACQUISITION RETIREMENT Brooks, Steve Bushore Ha- WANT to care for children
w
I JI rold Cunningham MIkel Den- In my home. Call 964-6739.
C) 10 MULTIPURPOSE I ton, Linda Harrell, Hope Hol- lip
$ % % AND $ % % 04 %
...: >UBLIC SAFETY 16,000.00 100 GENERAL COVT.J iday, Melba Howard, Marlon
J*. ,2 Malgierl, Jerry McGrlff,Nancy - - WANTED-Used furniture,refrigerators -

w G (ILNVIIIONMENTAL S % % 11 EDUCATION t S % % % % McLarty, Wayne McLeod, CLASSIFIEDooooeoee washers.-Dah-
I_-cnOTCCTION Norman Redding, Therese mer's Discount House. tfchg
C3 1 12 Schlosser, Harvey Smith,Ma-
.... ;,PUBLIC S % % HEALTH S 34,000.00 % 60 % lux. % % vis S. Smith James Swinson, : '
:TRANSPORTATION Sarah S. Spencer, Johnnie L. WANTED- Nice lake cottagofor
I 3. Thomas, Shirley C. Turner :.3IAcresJoins one month during sum-
la:4HcALTH U,730.00 100 % % TRANSPORTATION S 15,329.00 90 % 10 % % _% John Whalen, Hilda Dey. City Limits mer, prefer July. Phone Jacksonville -

gt 14. Award CC; Julie Fuller 2 Paved read 356-5671 office; 724-

<4.:) r 5 RECREATION $ 1,000.00 100 % 0SOCIAL 10 DEVELOPMENT S % % % % Award Award CC CC;; Linda Sondra Rockwell Morris, 1 Grad. 9668 home Itp 6/7

CI\ 15 HOUSING Award CC.BradfordUnion. vaJW.WBILL WE: NOW HAVE diamond rte
::: Ii /0 COMMUNITY S % 01 01.
$ % % Vocational model
h:: LIBRARIES DEVELOPMENT 70,0 dies for any make or
Technical Center Vera POWELL stereo player.-- Dahmera

Z 7-- % % ECONOMIC I S % % % Dlggs, Alfred Ells, George BROKER Discount House tfchg
SOCIAL SERVICES $ %
j fOrl AGED& POOD 2270.00 100 DEVELOPMENT Holiday William King, M.A.
'
... 8 17 Payne, Jr., Terry Walters, 533-2201 9646464AUTOMOBILES LICENSED: electrician and
Is. FINANCIAL S % % ENVIRONMENTAL S % % % % Don Williams, Mary Lou sub-contractor, all types
Q: ADMINISTRATION -- CONSERVATION Dasburg, Award CCj Roy home remodeling work. Also
I f 1 TM'PiJTIO: !; ; ..:;:;:; :: it Homer, Award CC: Ernest welding. Speedy service. 964-
1)v T.NG/MAIN."' ': f'--;,;;:".::.. PUBLIC SAFETY'l S IO % 01 10 0/10ITU"IS Jones, Award CC; Katherine 8087. 5tp 7/5
'
: Manchester, Award CC: Roy
.?l. 'l I have uuvisnd, a local) newspaper and tho news media of the RECREATION Sellers, Award CC; Roger USED:
I have rocords documenting S % % % %
Furthurmore
contents of this roport. CULTURE Skelton, Award CC.
the contenis ot this report and they are open for public and

news media scrutiny. OTHERS 20 ISpnifyl $ 6000.00 100 / / / % TEACHERS CONTINUING PREVIOUSLYON CON- FOR SALE Ford 0957) t FOR RENT )

/ 21 Mosquito Contr 1rK1 TRACT: TUDOR SEDAN, V8 autom.
/ F. t".... OTHERS( ISptcilyl $ Yo: % ion! % Bradford High SchoolWar trans., radio, low mileage.
NATUIIE( L CUTIVEOff/CER ;-- ney Adklnson. Alice Brown 964-5667: after 6 pjn. Up
22 Dean Cassels, Edythe Combs, FOR RENT12' wide mobile
Clerk OTHERS ISi>.cfyl S Yo: %: %I % Bill Costello, Maxine Gibson homes outside city limits. J.

Gilbfert: _S_. Brown, 23 S Mary Griffin Inez Harvey B. White. Pb. 964-6114. If
NAMI.TlTU.IA5I'IIINT S Theresa Holiday Charles no answer, 964-6219.
OTHERS tSpc/f> % % % %. GAINESVILLE R. V. Motor-
1 Hall, William D. HurseJ Paul home manufacturer recruiting or 9646152. tfchg
24 Hutchlna ones, CARPENTERS PLUMB-
C1ez::)<; to BO.a.r. OTHERS/SpoorVJ S % % %I % Sheron McCartha, John A. ERS, ELECTRICIANS, AND FOR RENT- bedroom trailer -

OATIPUBLISHIOBradfordCounty Reddish Michael Reddish, METAL personnel.Full-Time on Grlffls Loop. Call 964-
25TOTAL PLANNIOCAPITAL 7f'II Arthur M. Sexton, Olivia employment. Industry wagerates 8816 after 5 fjn. Itp
Telegraph
.
., Scott David Smith, Ernes- In
__ "ENOI'l'; ; :" with benefits Apply;
1-NAMI Of IMIWS'ArCft TUNIS : Z% :j ;:::,,:.; ; : tine W. Thompllns, Thelma person anytime Recreational FOR RENT
Furnished Mobile
-
Thornton, Virginia Waldmlre. Enterprises Corp., 3705
BradfordUnion Area Vocational off 1-75 home quiet neighbor-
Place
S.W. 43 Just
THIS PORTION TO BE RETURNED TO THE DEPT. OF THE TREASURY FOFM NO.3221 Technlcal-Quincy Williston Road exit.- 904-372- hood shade trees no pets.

1t--6/7 Gardner. Owen Hoover One 6387. 4tp 6/7 782-3279 Itpr
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