Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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. ""i'J; xL' .: No. 44 Thursday June 14 1973 Copy


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right-of-way acquisition "hi Get OppositionFrom

will cost ,.,

some $476,000 if

the Brooker to US- c., ,t.},

301 road is widenedand .. ( "

the -'
repaved by
state have appar- .

ently killed the ) ;, "

county's hopes of if"f.

having the road re- '< Some 140 Brad-
h.i..Y 0FS ( ford school teach-
worked.Even .
If the county commission \ ers voted over-

should decide to spend all SupplyLimits whelmingly Monday
Its secondary road funds
the repaving Job would stir ." -j' afternoon to go on
prove an Impossibility since ;"' record In opposi-
the county has only $170,000 ':i
tion of
accrued. The county had hoped .',.i"a" some prior-
to have the state pave the Fish ities in Supt. Jim

road at no, or very little, Temple's proposed
right-of-way costs.
for 1973-
I County Clerk Gib Brown received budget

I tion costs word last of the week acquisi-In a 74.The vote took place dur-

j letter from J. W. Ward, DOT In Santa Fe ing a meeting of the Brad-

, district engineer of Lake City. ford Education Associationheld

I Ward said the present right- .. Monday afternoon In
I of-way of SR-18 Is 66 feet According to Thomas- L. 1) -Black crapple, populationsare Bradford Middle School. Main
! wide and that the DOT requires r Vaughn, regional fishery bio- very low compared to purpose of the meeting was
120 feet. logist at Lake City, the food (See Page 9)) to honor retiring teachers,
Since SR-18 is a primary t'k supply Is the limiting factorto but a business session was
highway Its widening and rebuilding : :, 'Wc" the fish population in held afterward, as customary.
Is paid for by the Lake Santa Fe, not natural Every teacher In the countywas
state. But Bradford County reproduction and any stocking In.mateEscapes invited to the meeting
would be responsible for pur- of additional fish would not and many were not membersof
chase of any additional right- r++". improve the fishing. the BEA.
of-way. The teachers were protesting .
The county had requestedthat Although the overall fish they say, additional
the 12.5 mile stretch of production In Santa Fe Lakeis administrative personnel to

narrow road, some of the _w limited by the food supply, be employed by Supt. Tem-
worse pavement In the coun- Yd r ,4- said Vaughn, the lake still LawteyC ple and the School Board,
by, be repaved from Brooker provides good fishing when additional secretaries em-
east SR-18 to Its intersection r the fish are concentratedwhile ployed for those administrators -
with SR-227 at Hampton spawning or feedingand enter and additional county;
Lake, then that SR-227 that brush piles or other staff level employees.
to US-301 be rebuilt. The types of fish attractors can Document the teachers are
county did not request rebuilding Enjoying the frangranc. of a freshly picked Magnolia blossom, Rachel, Williams, be put into the lake to con- A Florida State Prisoner protesting Is a proposed

of SR-18 around who |lust graduat.d f from Bradford High School, is doing what all of us should do centrate the fish. serving a life term and for kidnapping school budget which Supt.
Hampton Lake to US-301but The robbery pos- Temple "Includes everything -
the says
Engineer Ward Included that more oft.n this tl m. of year shedding extra cl o th.., getting I into the cool breezes fishing report at Santa on Fe Lake poor session of a firearm, escaped anybody wanted."

right-of-way In his estimate. of an or.a I lake.County. was asked for and obtained from the Work Release SchoolIn Cen- Temple says the budget must
Ward listed the projectIn from the State Game and Fish ter at the Old Anderson be cut by $500,000 to $700-
three parts: Commission by the Bradford Lawtey Monday afternoonand 000 to balance It when the
Part A-SR-18 from Brooker County Commission followinga still remains at large. school board goes to workS.

to Its Junction with SR- request by local property According to State Prison ( .. Page 9))
227, a distance of 8.4 miles. Officials owners. officials, Eben Moses Leon
Estimated cost Of rightofway Salary Vaughn said a study of Jordan, who was servinga
: $218,900.Part fish netted at the lake last life term plus fifteen years, BurglingAttempt
B-SR-227 from the minimum
to US-301. August Indicated that the escaped
a distance of 4.1 miles. lake Is a relatively unproductive security complex around 1:30
Estimated right-of-way cost: lake due to its water p.m. Monday afternoon and
$58,000. quality; I.e. low pH, alkalinity was trailed through the woodsto
Part C-SR-18 from Its Given 20 % Pay RaisesTwenty total hardness, phosphatesand the north edge of Lawtey.

Junction with SR-18 around nitrates) and that this His tracks were then lost
Hampton Lake to US-301, a Jails 4
limits invertebrate productionand near the railroad tracks, but
distance of three miles. Estimated therefore fish officials
popula- according to prison ,
cost of right-of-way, per cent salary increases In Bradford that number is will reach that In 1974-75. from $11,000 presently, with some civilians had reported Four persons were caught
201000. effective Oct. 1,have 5,025: times .075, or $376. Tax Assessor: $13,200, up ((5.. Page 8)) tion.The report also indicated: seeing a man Jump a freight burgling the concession stand
Ward said that on PartsA been given all county officialsby
train near there. of the 301 Drive-In Sunday
and B, the additional 54 Twenty per cent raises will
the 1973 Florida Legisla-
feet of right-of-way wouldbe not allow most officials to Prison officials still haveno night by the Starke Police
ture, with more Increases
Department and the Bradford
taken In equal( amounts reach their maximum this leads as Jordan's where
slated next until a max-
from both sides of the road, imum salary year is reached. year, so most have additional abouts. The Pensacola man, County Sheriffs Department.
and that on Part C the right Increases to look forwardto a who was 31, had been In Arrested were thus Edward
of-way would be taken from Officials are limited to a next year. 11 4 minimum security for 16 Browning, Jr.. 21, a local
the north side of SR-18. 20 per cent raise each year The following figures were months, since February of man; Edward oseph Marrero -
until they reach the maxi- given Monday by County Clerk 1972. Jr., 17, a/k/a Joey Gun-
mum. The maximum can only Gib Brown: This was the first such ter) a local youth with a Juvenile -
_i1.. tOld be exceeded by an adjust- County commissioners:$4- escape from the work release record, and two Juveniles -
;; =. ment factor based on popu- cent the center, since the State took
20 All
: 703, up per over aged 14 and 15. four
lation. Bradford, with a population $3,919 they have been draw- over the Old Anderson School are being held In the Brad-
'r of 15,025, accordingto Ing. Since commissioners earlier this year. ford County Jail, charged with
a University of Florida maximum salary In the 10- Residents near the former breaking and entering with
head count, Is In the 10,000to school In Lawtey protestedIts
000 commit larceny
to 49,999 population rangeIs Intent to petit
49,999 bracket. sale to the Division of
$6,000, next year they can .
That means an official is get another 20 per cent up Corrections, but to no avail. Arresting officers wereSgt.
entitled to .075 cents multi- to $5,643. Two years from They said the Anderson com- Mervin Jackson and Patrol-
plied by the amount of. population how another 20 per cent raise rfITr munity In Lawtey was a man Kenneth Carlton of the
in excess of 10,000. would push them over $6,000, a, quiet, safe, nice place to city Police Department and
Fashioned out they can draw the adjust- live and expressed fear of Deputy Sheriff Glen Sapp.
this $376 the Influence the minimum Four other and
ment factor, year breaking en-
BOX SUPPERFriday June Dry or a total salary of $6,376. security prison might haveon terlngs were reported to the
the community.
city Department:
June 15 County clerk: 20 per cent The pool tables In John Sherman' -
So FarJust over the $14,000 he will have
7:30 P.M. drawn by June 30, or $16,800 Grocery onSR-225east
My Neighbors"Now of Lawtey were broken w' Into
then to a maximum of $17,000
HAMPTONCITY 8/10 Inches of rain early Monday morning, June
has fallen on Bradford County plus the $376 adjustment fac- 11. An undetermined amountof
HALL In scattered showers since tor next year. cash was stolen.
June 1, leaving the county Clerk Brown presently The Jiffy Food Store on
Cake Walks far behind June's 50-year would draw $15,500 $11,000 ;M1 Water Street broken into
average of 10.3 Inches.A base plus $4,500 from addi- was -
late Sunday night June 10.
ContestsSponsored tional court duties. But since lir4ri: ,
total of 1.8 Inches fell the state fiscal year ends Swafford car mangl.d when entangled with ml. undetermined amount of
at the Santa Fe fire toweron June 30 and the county's August cash was taken. The incident -
By US-301 south on June 30, Brown must base I was Investigated by Lt.
Ladles A_. 7 and 8, according to the his Increase on the $14,000 Car Runs SemiTrailerKathy J Harold Crews.
Florida Department of For- he will have drawn through 800 feet of galvanized pipe
Senier Orisons estry SR-100 was stolen from the city main-
headquarters( on
June 30. Diane Swafford 19, Hospital where she was admitted -
struck the rear tires of the
tenance The
theft is
west of Starke, making that shop.
Hampton Superintendent of Schools: of Stark received minor injuries and later released. trailer.
still under
section the wettest duringthe Investigation. The
c.--eI week of June 411. $19,376, up from $17,6U. A Wednesday( afternoon, Tom The impact then spun the incident was Investigated by
According to Galney,
20 per cent Increase would June 6, when her car struck: car all the way around and Lt. Harold
New Crews
River tower had 9/10
Jr. of the Starke Police Department -
( push him over the maximumof a semi-tractor trailer rig after It struck the light pole by the
milt Community Inches June 8. The Louie Miss Swafford was Loudon's Beauty Shop was
$19,000 but he can draw. It had reportedly run the City Power, Plant
&iatrank Hill tower at Highland had the adjustment factor. red Intersection headed north on Water Street headed don't ,Iher edime' broken Into Saturday after-
1.1 Inches June 8 and .2 light at the when the tractor-trailer rig south. worth of medical advice noon nothing was missing.
June 9.Four. Supervisor of Elections: of Call Street and Water StreetIn driven by Henslee Donald Miss Swafford was charged unless her beef ttrog- Lt. harold Crews made the

Arw.. 6........U. fires burned 18 acres $9,600, up from $8,000 pre Starke. of Springfield, Mo. rah the red driving without a license onoff it a. good a. she investigation. The front door
Fid.r T.sew naafi r..r M in Bradford County duringthe sently. She has a maximum Miss Swafford was then taken light heading east on Call. and Alfred Swafford was char- brag...." was broken out for the en-
week. salary set of $10,500, and to the Bradford County The Swafford vehicle then (Se<- Pee 9)) try.JULIAN .

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I fl Annlvor Birthdays Parti oShowers orioa- Yhec jJ i Yhek Jf w.f Blrt:hEi'nv.: :'

Glad's Mooty. Society Editor, 964-7608


Jonell Denise McGee Weds Presbyterian/ If'" Phyllis Honored MengIs At f

Mr. Whitehead In Hope Church Young People

/ a !, EntertainedMembers Bridal ShowerMiss
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Normanof ed her sister as maid of

-,.wrwi.. :- M.aw Waldo announce the mar- honor and the attendants were of Phyllis I. Meng,whose
I 4 riage of their daughter, Jo- gowned alike in floor length the PresbyterIan marriage will be an eventof
nell Denise McGee, to Carlton gowns of blue rayon crepe e.aI gave a luau for ,. June 15, was honored at
Scott Whitehead, son of featuring white double lace party; a bridal shower on May 30
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard K. inserts at the V-neck. Blue young people Wednesday given by Mrs. Freeman Register -
Whitehead of Starke. Pastor satin halos secured their short evening June 6, from 6:30 HI, Mrs. Larry Craw-

Merle Packham performed the net veils. They carried cas- to Golf 10:30 and: p.m. at the Starke ford, and Miss Sandra RegIster -
a Jr + ceremony Saturday, May 26, cade arrangements of white Country Club. at the Register homeon
Decorating the club
II at 8 pjn. in Hope Baptist and blue pompoms, sprtngerla were Hampton Lake.
breath with blue tiki torches, palm trees and
Church. and babies were played dur-
dr mixed The
fii Decorating the altar wasa streamers. spring flowers. and prizes
a r. ing the party hours
I long buffet table was covered
Boulware and Tammy
garland of lllles-of-the-val Sonja awarded to Miss Mary
Jw ley, two tall gold containersof Ganstine of Waldo, nieces of with a garland of greenery, Ann Miller and Mrs. Francis -
: florets
Interspersed with
: white and blue gladioli, the bride, served as flower spring Meng.
iris and pompoms. In the girls. They wore blue flocked candle holders with The hostesses presented the
colored and fruit
background were gold arch voile over polyester cot- honoree with an electric fry
candelabra with burning white ton and carried white spring ,4 J punch was served from a memento of the
as a
fountain at pan
running one cor-
baskets with
tapersand palm trees. rose petals. occasion.
Master Bernie McGee Jr. ner of the room.
Ronnie Estes presented a ,
program of nuptial music. nephew of the bride, was ring Tusfcey-Hayes The 45 young people enjoyed AustinSheppardTo Edwards
Loyd Thornton of Lawtey bearer. swimming lnthepooldaneing Mrs

served as best man and the Given in marriage by Mr. Date Set June 22 the, barbecue and games chicken following dinner. Wed A. ug 25 Piano Pupils
ushers were Jimmie Strick- Norman, the bride wore a
land of Starke and H. E. Mc- of white sata peau trim- Chaperoning and servingthe
gown Miss Blllle Ann Tuskey, Dr. and Mrs. William Fra- Heard In RecitalMrs.
Gee, Jr. of Waldo, brotherof med with cluny lace. Bands of Mrs. Doris T. group were Rev. and
daughter Austin the engagement -
Mr. and ser announce
Mrs. Erik Johnson,
the bride. of cluny lace formed a bib-
Lake Butler and
Tuskey of of their daughter,
Miss Enree McGee attend- like effect on the fitted bod- Mrs. Phil Vellenga, Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards
late Arthur W. Tuskey, Den-
the Deborah Leah to Robert
ice and designed a front panel Herb Heroes, Mrs. Johnny presented her pupils in two
and Foster Steve Hayes, son of Mr. and
Holtzen- Sheppard, son
Bridesmaid and wide border on the demi- recitals over the weekend.
of Mr and Mrs. Foster R.
Miles Sheppard,
bell skirt. Lace also trimmedthe dorf, Jr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Henry
Hayes of Starke, will be u- Jockel. all of Brunswick, .'Ga. On Friday aftrnoon at 5
Luncheon Given and high wide neckline cuffs., Her cap sleeves double nited In marriage on June 22 The wedding will take place o'clock the following pupils
at 8:30 p.m. In the First the First Bap- recital at
August 25 at appeared at a
Kathy F. Seeley/ Becomes Bride/ / For Anne Lambert fully Illusion bordered chapel with mantilla matching was Baptist Church In Ralford witha Cookout Party tist Church In Brunswick.The Mrs. Edwards' home in West-
reception in the church Fel- bride-to-be Is a grad- moreland Park: Angela Boy-
She carried
cluny lace. a cascade For Millers'25th
Miss Anne Lambert, whose lowship Hall. uate of Brunswick High School ett, Gayle Shuford, Donna
Ronald of white
Of f Whitehead, May 26 marriage to Tommy Marcy and arrangement Ivy.A Miss Tuskey is a 1973 gra- AnniversaryT.C. and Sullins College, Bristol, Carter, Shawn Rowe, Edwin
will June roses duate of Union County; High Associate In Fine Von
take place 16 at Va. with an Atwood, Cheryl Boyett,
held In
Kathy F. Seeley, daughterof reception was
& Co. 2:30 in the First United School. Brenda Car-
: p.m. Arts Degree. and Kay Ayer,
Mrs. Charlotte Hoffman and The groom graduated from Methodist Church in Orange educational building of the Mr Hayes is graduate of ., Jeff, and Joanie Mr. Sheppard is also a gra- ter, Christie Dobbs; Annette
Victor Frees, was united In BUS In 1966 and Is church. Mrs. Merle Packham with Miller of Santa Fe Lake,
employedwith Park, was honored at a brides- BUS and is employed duate of Brunswick High Austin and Donald Gissy.
26 at 8 at the door
marriage on May the Florida State Divisionof maid luncheon on Saturday, greeted guests Imperial Electric Co. In Ala- were hosts at a cookout School, attends the University;
Ronald E. Whitehead, and standing in the receivingline
p.m. Corrections. June 9, at the Holiday Inn chuB reception on Sunday, June of Georgia, studying towarda Saturday morning at 10
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie given by her aunt, Mrs. were the bride and groom, 10, at 2 o'clock In honorof Music Education degree. o'clock the following pupils
Whitehead of Lake Butler. Mrs. Norman, Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Greene. Miss Strickland To the silver anniversaryof Mr. Sheppard is the grandson took part in a recital at
Rev. George L. Harper per- The luncheon table was Whitehead and the three bridal their parents, Mr. and of Mrs. Kate Sheppard the First Baptist Church:
formed the nuptials in the centered with a white bridal attendants. Miss Dottie Wed Mr. Norman Mrs. Jack F. Miller, Sr., of Starke and the late T.11. Beth Chapman, Cherri Shu-
First United Methodist arrangement topped with a Rhoden kept the bride's book. who were married on June Sheppard. ford, Gladys Ann Ayer, Cry-
Church. miniature umbrella and wed- The bride's book table was Mr. and Mrt>. Raleigh E. 6, 1948 in Gainesville.Mr. stal and Donna Thornton,
Highlighting the altar were t u ding bells. Bridal cards centered with a three tiered Strickland announce the approaching - Karen Chltty; Eoline Green,
two standing baskets and two place wedding cake topped with a marriage of their Miller Is the son of Terri Mathews, Leonette

altar baskets of mixed spring '0r1t ment.marked the seating arrange- bride and groom. The cake daughter, Theresa Sue, to Mrs. Eunice Miller of Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johnsof Dyal, Cindy Gissy, Doug Red-

flowers against a backgroundof Those present were: Mrs. was flanked by silver cande- PFC Gary James Norman, ville, and the late ClaytonG. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. dish, Ronda Grlffls, Al Chap-
arch and tree candelabrawith Louise Lambert, Crawford- labra with white tapers and son of Mr. and Mrs. James Miller. He Is superin- Ovid Bennett of Jacksonville man, Alice Atwood, Landa

burning white tapers. vllle; Mrs. Linda Oberg,Miss decorated with springeria and E. Norman, all of Starke. tendent of transportation for spent Friday to Monday in Thornton, Denise Gissy, Ca-
Marking the family pews were Christine Marcy, Mrs. Kathy pompoms. The wedding will be an Clay Electric Cooperative.Mrs. Nassau. thy Sapp, Cynthia Thorntonand
white satin bows with green- Mar- Mrs. Paul Allen of Waldo event of Friday, June 22, Miller Is the former Debbie Mitchell.
Knight, and Mrs. Joseph ,cut the bride's cake, assisted at 8 in Grace Baptist Louise (Lou) Dyal, daughter Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort
Cove Miss p.m. - - - -
ery.Miss cy, Green Springs; by Mrs. Gene Norman of of Mrs. Ruby Dyal, also of
Carol Hardy, soloist, Church, Starke. Lauderdale is visitinghermofher Rich-
Connie Mew Orange Park W. R.
and Mrs.
and Paul Faulkner, organist, and Mrs. W. O. Lambert,; Jacksonville. Presiding at the All friends and relativesare Gainesville, and the late Tru- Mrs. J.S.Sapp, and family ardson Mr. visited Mrs. Shirley
presented a program of nup- punch table were Mrs. Con- Invited to attend. by I. Dyal. this week.
tial music. of Newport, mother of the nie Boleware i and Mrs. Ber- Boehr In Belleview Sunday.

Donald W. Frees, brother bride.Miss Lambert presentedher nie McGee, Sr. I
cf the bride, attended as best attendants with Following a wedding tripto
Stanley West and Jerry personal Freeport In the Bahamasthe
Initialed lockets. Mrs.
Whitehead cousin of the Edwards gold couple is residing at the
Peggy Greene presented the honoree
broom, were ushers. Westmoreland Trailer Park. i14 ATHER
with a pitcher in her chosen '
Mrs. W. C. Powell m serv- The bride and groom Are ,
Engaged To crystal pattern as a memento both 1972 graduates of BHS.
ed her sister as matron of of the occasion. .
honor, wearing an old fashioned The groom is employed In (
style; sheer gown In a Walter Prevatt the construction business with Give Him Name Brand Merchandise On His Special Day ..
floral design with an empire Bridal LuncheonFor his brother. t'\ I

waist and bodice trimmed with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ed- e.. For Year round Enjoyment

ivory lace. She wore a sheer, wards of Brooker announcethe Miss ColemanIn Johnson-Kelder /\t\.e\ \.as
light green, picture hat with engagement and approachIng -
the crown circled with a net marriage of 'heir daugh- JacksonvilleMrs. '\\\O\l\'i9

band that ended In streamers, ter, Peggy Lui to James Thomas P. Poston EngagementMiss &. \

and carried a nosegay of Walter Prevatt, son of Mr. and Carolyn Brown, of Jack- Wanda L. Johnson of Famous Name Brand Shirts By '-te\\\\'i9

spring flowers. and Mrs. E.M. Prevatt, sonville, were hostesses at Jacksonville, daughter of LTC \J J1\
The bride wore an empire Sr., of Starke. bridal luncheon for Miss
a and Mrs. Joseph H.Johnson, Arrow & Van Husense" ,
gown of ivory satin organza Barbara Coleman whose mar- Sr. of Starke, and William o
Miss Edwards is a 1971
with lantern sleeves.The bod- ,
to David Kirkland
riage Randall Kelder Jr., son of
Ice was trimmed In Cluny and Schladf Is now tendHighing will take place on June 23 Mr. and Mrs. William R.Kel- e
Venice lace, with high neck- in the Church of God of Starke. der, Sr. of St. Petersburg, 1
Lake City Community College
line. The sleeves trim- ; ;
were Upon arrival at the Poston
will be united In marriageon
of Nursing.Mr. .
med in the laces. The School
same home, the guests were Invited June 23 at 7:30 p.m. in
empire waist was trimmed In Prevatt is a 1971 grad- Into the living room where the University Baptist Church,

pink satin ribbon which uate of Bradford High and they were served papaya Jacksonville. SUIT ,t .
ended In streamers to the is also attending Lake City Juice. They were then seat-
train. A lace edged, ruffled Community College. ed at white linen covered Miss Johnson attended BUS
hemline, cascaded to an attached tables decorated with pink and graduated from Englewood
chapel train and car- The wedding Is plannedfor candles and ivy, where lunch- High School. She Is employedat $
ried tiers of Cluny lace en- August 11 at 8 p.m. at served. A.T.&T In Jacksonville. TIES
hancing the total picture. She the Brooker Baptist Church.All eon was
Special guests for the lunch- Mr. Kelder graduated from 'f Of
old fashioned woven friends and relativesare .
wore an eon were Mrs. Jessie B. high school In St. Petersburgand
ivory straw hat covered from Invited to attend the Coleman, mother of the bride- Is manager of the Howard
the base of the crown in four wedding and reception imme-
Johnson Motor Lodge on Phil-
and Mrs. J. C. Batten
elect ,
rows of antique Venice lace The diately after the ceremony. aunt ,of the bridegroom-elect. lips Highway, Jacksonville. Hang Ten & Grubb Shirts By Sup.rbaUnderwear ,
spilling over the edge.
crown was circled with a net ,/, / '
band that ended In streamers. '

She carried a cascade Farah Slacks By Hanes NOW f"'' : 't .
arrangement of white shasta -

daisies.A .

the where church reception arrangements Fellowship was of held spring Hall In Mustang Belts By Danbury 6 9 9Mens

flowers were used.

Mrs. Linda Kay Johns, cou- i ,'
sin of the groom, greeted ,
guests at the door. Standing MOBILE HOMES INCe t 1 d 7f" /

In the receiving line were i
the bride and groom, their Flares oo fy
1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-7212
parents, matron of honor and -

best man. Miss Sandi Regis- Starke, Fla. Open 9 -8 -1-6 Sun + '\\
ter kept the bride's book. Straight \ _
White organdy cloths cov- Your Mobile Home
ered the bride's table and

two punch tables. The bride's ,, .
table was centered with a Shopping CenterFeaturing tt \ Shoes -

four-tiered, columned, wed- SPORT
ding cake topped with a bride
and groom. This was flanked By COATS
by two silver candelabra with Ara Aigo Bonzwood Granville Sheffield Draco- Elmwood SOLIDS

burning tapers and decoratedwith Thorn McA & ., &
Altair & Capella j' A ,
pink satin bows. Aroundthe STRIPES X69,9
cake was a garland of
greenery Interspersed with JUNE BRIDE SPECIAL & ..r $29,95

spring florets. Encircling the 2 Br Capella Fully Furnisned 11 i Cologne
two punch bowls, at the round
punch tables, was a garland And for the newly Weds this include . CHECKS i I' ._ NOW

of greenery and spring flor Toflenll Cookwear, CoE'lron. Ironing Board, Serving/ lOt By

ets.Mrs.. Earl Mosley and Miss 24 pe Stalnlo stool taolewoor, G.E. Portable handmlior. C E.To..tor I 4i ( $50.

Loraine Alvarez cut the wed- boddlngPllow./ ( | Shoot, Pillow C.... &, Spreads) Bath room Tow.l tot, / : MuskS.E.X..

ding cake. Presiding at the !,c Bath Kitchen CannUtors Kltchon sink
punch tables were Miss Gail sot. tot, 2.tpc Dinner/ woo r Dish set \ r,

Branson, Mrs. Dwight MIt- & GJ!. Eloc .Coff. Pot. And In addition to thU...- |in ca.. wo forgot something/ Canoe,

chell, Mrs. John Manning and this /includes 10.000 S Sli Croon Stamp x4495
Mrs. Ronnie DeLoach. Assisting -
.in serving were Mrs. ,
James Crosby and Mrs. A. BURLINGTON

Following a wedding trip to I GOLD CUP

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Thomas Family Altar Society Mrs. A. J. Barry and family Corky Hlldreth, who re- S I II
attended the graduation ceived a Presidential appoint- erd1 Ii I I
Reunion Set HeldSt. .. of Dr. Russell Sklenicka from ment to the U. S. Military II i
Meeting the UF Medical School last Academy at West Point com- I
Sun. June 21 f' Sunday afternoon. pleted his freshman year and .
Edward's Col. '
-Ft Altar Societymet is visiting his parents
The William and Louisa Wednesday evening, June u Miss Marilyn Bollinger and and Mrs. Herbert Hlldreth,
Wilson Thomas family reunion 6, In the parish rectory with Miss Nancy Goodhue of Asheville at Kingsley Lake. Col Hll
will be held Sunday June 24, president Mrs. Michael GIl- wrOr w N. C., Mr. and Mrs. dreth retired in June aftera :4.
at Beulah Baptist Church on hooly, presiding. I Jan Douglas of Tallahassee, career with the U.S. Air
Highway 21 in Clay County. New members welcomedat 1 and Miss Dianna Douglas of Force. Mrs. Hlldreth is the _
Beulah Church Is located this time were Mrs. John Gulfport, Miss were week- former Beatrice Edwards of n
between Keystone Heightsand t n Samons and Mrs. Richard end guests of Dr. and Mrs.H. Lawtey and they also havea
Mlddleburg, six miles Welty. G. Bollinger. son, Mark, 16, and daugh- ..
north of Gold Head Branch Mrs. Richard RlchardsA1tar ters, Nancy, 13, and Carol -
State Park. Chairman and Mrs. Les- J. O. Winters of Hatties- 10.
The program will start ter Humphries conducted an burg Miss. spent the first
with Morning Worship at altar care workshop. Mrs.R. ..- of the week with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Null
11 a.m., followed by a cover- R. Chism volunteered to Mrs. H. G. Bollinger, and of Fernandina Beach were
ed dish luncheon at 1 p.m.A 4 care for the altars during Dr. BOllinger. Sunday guests of Mr.and Mrs.C. .
business meeting will beheld June. a 1:4 G. Hill.

Immediately after lunch. Mrs. Richards gave a report : Color or Black and.Whit*
All family connectionsand Moore-Johnson on the Convention of t + R Photos 2 For the Price Gifts For Father's Day at'
Interested friends are the St. Augustine Diocesan '" \
cordially Invited to attend the Date Set Council of Catholic Women ,. Of 1 at Bulllngton's Bulllngton's Belts
reunion, according to A.J. Wedding held during May In Pensa- Cameras and Personalized
Thomas Sr., secretarytreasurer. cola which she and Mrs. yw'pet Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bur- Wallets & Bibles.
Mrs. Jessie J. Moore, Sr. Humphries attended. At this ton and family of Rome, Ga.
announces the engagement of meeting Mrs. Humphries was were Saturday guests of Mr. MIDRIFF-INTEIIEST-Red
her daughter, Minnie P., to Installed as treasurer of ; ) and Mrs. James Barron. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat- and white embossed cotton
RicorcAgner/ Cecil Johnson, son of Mr. the Council. thews were weekend guests creates a breezy outfit for
and Mrs. Virgil Johnson, Sr. Members present pledged : LTC and Mrs. V. J. Spongier of Mr. Matthews' sister,Mrs. Maid of Cotton Debra Ploch.
To Wed June 15 of Pompano Beach. cooperation in assistance with 'v and Mrs. Emma Badman H. B. McLendon, in Orlando.
The wedding will take place the parish hall renovationnow \ visited Mr. and Mrs. R. L. They were accompanied by
Bobbie Hill Rlcard, daugh- June 23 at 5 o'clock In the taking place. :: Spengler in St. Augustine Sat- Miss Madge Middleton, who
AME Church In Law-. Cregan urged the of Mrs. T. T.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mt. Zion Father James r urday on the R. L. Speng- was guest
send their While there, they all
parents to Long.
Hill of Gainesville, and MIchael tey.The ler' 63rd wedding anniver-
bride-elect Is a 1969 children to the special reli- attended the christening cer-
Mr. and Keigh Mrs.Agner Wavel Howard son of graduate of Florida A & M gion courses scheduled for Elaine Leach, Stanley Miller sary. emony for the Matthews'
University and a 1973 grad- June 11 through 15 under the great-nephew Michael Clay
Agner of Kingsley Lake, will Sisters of Vows In Church Gifts For Father's of Mr. and Mrs.
be united In marriage on uate of Atlanta University.Mr. guidance of the Exchange Rites Day atBullington. Melster son PRICESOf
Friday, June 15 at 7:30 p.m. Johnson is a 1968 grad- St. Joseph. '..* Belts Charles Meister.
on the Agner Lawn at Kings- uate of Florida A & M, and Mrs. Gllhooly announcedthat Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. secured a short veil, and she Cameras and Pe.onall.ed
Is a third year law studentat a summer organizational Leach the marriageof carried
ley Lake. announce yellow orchids.
Florida held at Wallets & Bibles. Colors or Block and White
of be a
the University meeting will
Dale Elaine The
All friends and relativesare their laugher given in mar-
invited to attend. Law School In Gainesville.All later date. to Stanley Ray Miller, son of riage by her father, worea Photos 2 For the Price
friends and relatives The next regular meetingIs Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Mil floor length princess style, Mrs. John Anderson of Cal- Of 1 at Bulllngton's
_T -rb-n; RfTlrrsro ti are Invited to attend. cheduled for Septermber ler, all of Starke. Rev. Da- candlelight satin and lace gown lahan and Mr. and Mrs. John-
5 in the Parish Hall. vid Hodges performed the nup- accented with seedpearls and ny Anderson of Jacksonvillewere
Miss Jean Whiffen is a counselor GreeneMarshaDafe // tials on June 2 at 8 p.m. rhinestones. She wore pearl Saturday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinof NEWMOBILE
at the Girl Scout Camp Two Retirees In the Pine Valley Congrega- earrings, and a'satin head- of Mrs. Myrtle Anderson.Mr. Mobile, Ala. were first
of the week guests of Mr.
for handicapped children in Announced tional Holiness Church. piece trimmed with seed-
Green Cove Springs for two Honored A t Highlighting the altar were pearls and rhinestones secured and Mrs. Guy Sale will and Mrs. L. C. Early.
weeks. baskets of yellow and white her fingertip veil of spend the weekend in Per-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greeneof
rine with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas -_ '
LuncheonThe gladioli against a backgroundof bridal Illusion. She carried their daughter and '
Mrs. Barbara Harvey of Atlanta Starke announce the approaching were Sunday guests of
greenery and lighted ta- white orchids. family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith
spent the weekend with marriage of their Gillingham. Mrs. GlHlngham Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nic-

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Lynn Alison of Gaines-to Gre- Starke Elementary pers.Mrs. Rodney Hall, organ- A reception was held in and children will return with hols at Crescent Beach. HOMES
Paul Marshall luncheon
J. W. Rltch. gory school retiree ist the church social the Sales for several weeks.
of hall
presented a program where
ville of Mr. andMrs.. June 8 in the
son held Friday Mrs. C. M. Lewis Misses Karen Cissy and Patricia -
nuptial music.
Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs.W. Robert L. Marshall of Green school cafeteria honoring Greg Morgan attended as guests at the door and Mrs. Paul Freeman of Nashville Edwards of Florida At-
II. Thomson visiting Cove Springs. Mrs. Muriel Norman and Tenn. lantic University, BocaRaton, I HAVE
are best man, and the ushers were Acie Johnson kept the guest was a Saturday over-
relatives In Virginia and West Miss Greene Is a 1971 grad- Mrs. Martha Wheeler. Otha Miller and Raymond book. night guest of Dr. and Mrs. who are visiting their parents
Virginia this week. uate of BHS and has com- The U-shaped tables were GrlfOs. Mrs. Dub Thornton cut the H. H. Adams. this week had as weekend 1
pleted studies at St. Johns covered with pink cloths and
guests Miss Maggie Gabrieleof
Miss Edith Gay, cousin of wedding cake and was assisted GONE
River Junior College. held arrangements of spring the bride, served as maidof by Mrs. David Hodgesand Miss Sharon Sanders of Daytona Beach and Miss
Mr..Mar shall Is a!1969 grad- flowers, with a large arrange honor, wearing a floor Mrs. Greg Morgan. Wytheville, Va. is spendingtwo Sue Byrne of Teneck, N. J.
uate of Forrest High ment of the same flowers at
301DRIVEIN length yellow chiffon Following the reception the weeks with her uncle and
School and will graduate from the head table. Place cards gown UP
the University of Florida In were In the form of heads trimmed with white daisies. couple left for a wedding trip aunt Mr. and Mrs. Guy An- was Mrs.admitted Edward to Alachua Walnwrtght Gen-
Her white floral headpiece to Disney World. drews.
December.The representing the facultycounty -
eral Hospital Monday for observation -
wedding will take placeon staff, and guests. U 1ro'inf3 a TII'd,o VmTiTii,"d iTttVi :a III II .111 II 1111 tl"1I.1I-1I" .. ..if1A II. II JI Mr. and Mrs. Walter and treatment.
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August II at 8 p.m. In St. Mrs. Essie Crosby intro- &
Show Begins At Sundown Edward's Catholic Church. duced County Superintendent Kevin Crawford of Ocalais Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Shep- venson of Miami, Mr. and
J.L. Temple; the new Starke week with pard of Brunswick, Ga. were Mrs. Harry Guy of Winter Gifts For Father's Day at
Sun., Mon., Tues. T1I'11- rrn e a CT a TTl: <]n'1 Elementary principal, Carl ,his spending grandmother this, Mrs..Wll Sunday visitors of Mrs. Kate Haven and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buill ngton'. Belts UP.

Clark and deputy superlntent Hart and Lisa Fink of Green Sheppard and attended the organ Morrison of Lakeland Cameras and Personalized W
I- Gifts For Father's dedication at the First will be weekend guests of
CROWN INTERNATIONAL PICTURES Day atBullington' W.L. KIlpatrick. Cove Springs is visiting her '
.r pr"nl.FADIAN .. Belts .. Mr. Temple gave the devotional grandmother, Mrs. Ella Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Yeager Wallets & Bibles. Why a
KAREN:, Mrs. Vicki Powell Moody.Mr. Sheppard will also spend this while here attending a special ,
FORTE &LILACK.; Cameras and Personalized read a tribute to Mrs. Wheeler coming weekend with Mrs. meeting of the Masons. Mrs. Bobby Welch and chil- '

"UTTIC Wallets & Bibles. and Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs. Larry Craw- Sheppard.Mr. dren of Monroe, La. are Has
read "This Is Your Life" Colors Black and White
ford and Miss Sandra Regis- or spending several weeks with
&: 13.6 Jfi/'lll"/ to Mrs. Muriel Norman. ter left June 7 for New York and Mrs. P. D. Seymour Photos. 2 For the Price her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Our
The faculty presented gifts City where they flew to San and daughter of Gar- O. L. Haynes, Jr.
!t to the two retiring teachers, Juan, Puerto Rico for a land, Texas were guests last Of 1 at Bulllngton'sMiss
FLORIDATHEATRE and also to Phil Vellenga, week's vacation. week of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stray- HomesRemained
Martha Dennis of
': Mrs. Ruth Payne, Mrs.Cheryl Seymour.Bill horn of Wildwood were Sun-
t Lee, and Mrs. Karen Christ- FSU, and her niece, Shara visitors
day of Mr. and Mrs.M. .
j' iansen, who are leaving the Colors or Black and White Godwin of Chattanooga. Martin of Tallahassee, have F. Hazen.
school. Photos 2 For the Price Tenn. is visiting John spent the past two weeks with

:I The luncheon was under the Of 1 at Bulllngton's Godwin this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dennis. One hundred and 20 BUS More
Showtlme-Weekdays 7:00 supervision of Mrs. Pauline graduates attended "Grad"
l'. Sue Chapman, Rev. and Mrs. Donald Ram- Gifts For Father's Day atBulllngton's Local admittances to Brad-
night at Disney World Satur-
,1...... '. t."' Sunday 3:00 Saturday 100 TaylOrtoMrs.Bell, and Mrs. sey and children of Dallas, Belts ford County Hospital this week day night June 2. The students
If -r. Anna Fender. Texas who are visiting Mr. include: Mrs. Eula Andrews, CompetitiveIn
s.... It rlw .f.f.C! r;:; Fri. Thru Tues. OOIOOGOO'GGG"oo'o and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr. Camera and Personalized Raymond Hodge.Wllma Mrs. Lola Mrs. Drew were Reddish accompanied, Mrs. Joe by
b" f Seeding Mrs. Geiger,
this week were honored at Wallets & Bibles. Miss
Glssy Della
Martha Rosenberg,
W-j J h THE HIP-EST HEIST IN HISTORY! an ice cream social at the Mrs. Godwin, Mrs. Mrs.
...THEY'LL 1. About 40 descendants of the Pine Level Baptist Church Virginia Harper and Mrs.Le- Joyce Rlherd,Jerry Mc-
Mrs. F. J. Shaw has returned -
STEAL INTO ( What the politicians couldn't talk late Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Man- Monday evening. Approximately after spending seven ola Grtffls, Starke; Mrs. Ag- Gruff, Billy McRae,Mrs.Beu-
YOUR HEARTTHEN about the Dobermans' took!! ning gathered at the home 35 friends enjoyed the weeks with the Lamar Shaw nes Marie Hilllard and Mrs. and Mrs. Robin- Price .

t. SHOOT THEIR WAY OUT/ !! of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beas- affair on the lawn of the family in Jacksonville.Mrs. Catherine Ramer, Ralford; son.
ley on Lake Geneva Sunday church. Roxanne DeFullers, Melrose;
.!"YO'AII.UU..OCu| > .. JittJWC < ....., for a family reunion. All six J. G. Caldwell is con- and George Moseley, Middle- Than
"" "tut* *l I* JACOLORPLUS, ? Edna Hart, Mrs. Edith Chris-
son of Pensacola spent shoulder received In a
tiansen, Mrs. Ella Moody, and Thursday to Monday with his fall at home last week. Sixteen members of the
Mrs. Pearl Colson, of Starke; parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Blanche Williams Group 5 of Our
Mrs. Dora Beasley of Gainesville Reddish.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Hogan the First United Methodist
"STANLEY"Show I and Mrs. Maude strick- of Pensacola were week- Church enjoyed a Dutch treat
Starts .At SundownFri. land of Wildwood. Several and Mrs. J. H. Mon- end guests of Col. and Mrs.J. dinner at the Homestead Res-
great great grandchildrenwere crief visited their daughterand A. Griffin and attendedthe taurant in Keystone Heights ompetition

., Sat. also present. family, Mr. and Mrs.R. organ dedication at the Tuesday night. Their next
W. Underlll, in Indlatlan- First Baptist Church. meeting will be in Septem- THE BRADFORD! .
"THE GODFATHER"gave Gifts For Father' Day atBullington' tic over the weekend. ber. COr.NT:; *' TELEGRAPH! Heres
you an offer you Miss Kathy Myers of Tallahassee Published every Thursdayat
couldn't refuse. Belts Colors or Black and White and Capt. and Mrs.W. Colors or Block and White 138 V,. Call Street WhyWe
Cameras and Personalized Photos 2 For the Price A. Rawls of Crystal River Starke, Florida 32091
"THE FAMILY" gives Wallets & Bibles. were weekend guests of Photos 2 For the Price
you no alternative Ir I Of 1 at Bullington'srT'5 Mr. and Mrs. John Myers. Of 1 at Bulllngton's 'Second Class )postage paid
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''\. Brown returned Sunday after Miss Nalna Harper and Miss Rates:
ten days in New Orleans Nancy Elklns of Martinsburg, In trade area: $6.00 per!
11! going through the Ochsner W. Va. are spending this week year; $3.50 51.\ months Our
1 rr Clinic and where Mrs. Brown with Nalna's parents Rev.
underwent minor surgery last and Mrs. G. L. Harper. Outside trade area: $7.00ocr
year; $4.00 six months
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I Union Okays Holding Slate Cubb To Sponsor Summer Program I
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;. ..&HS&&A'r / 'I ...".. I If. I until noon Mon- who wish to participate.should
; 10
; Agency a.m.
ft. ]*!" ;! CUBB Economic from the Neighborhood
Prison InmatesLAKE ". ", Friday starting stop in ',
'h : through
f. .. .: Bradford County Neighborhood day 18 and ending Service Center at RJE or
June ,
,,.:",,.1"," ;',>;t"ti.',' Service Center will Monday call 964-5689, as soon as
BUTLERThe Un- cells but the question was ,.eA t. rhf'" operate a two-week summer Friday June 29. possible and no later than
ion County Commission has never answered. the board ..... recreational program with Due to limited funds avail Friday June 22, to get their
given County Sheriff John H. Whitehead told two : free lunch for 50 low-Income able the program will be able names entered on the list,
Whitehead approval of a plan that he would require Bradford County children to serve only 50 childrenAll remembering that it will
to house Florida State Prison more jailers In additionto ages 4 to 12 years, at the to accommodateonly
be possible
Inmates In the county's the one full time man he Neighborhood Service Centerin parents Interested in 50 children in this year's
jail OIK a temporary basis. now has. He said that the the old RJE School buildingon having their children attend .
WhItehead told the board extra manpower would be required North Pine Street In Starke this program, and children program.COOPER'S
Tuesday, June 5, that he had to bring the jail not up .
been approached by the state to standards whether or
about keeping as many as the state prisoners were &
eight prisoners In county jail boarded in the county's jail NURSERY
could be facility.All .
cells until space
made available for them at funds according to the LANDSCAPE CO
the Medical and Reception Sheriff, received from the
Center of the state prison\ state would be turned over A 2111 N. TempUAv.
located Just outside Lake to the commissioners and he Starke. Flo.Caladiums.
Butler. hoped that this amount would
The sheriff said that all cover the cost of the salariesfor
that would be required of his the additional jail em-
staff was to house the pris- ployees.Whitehead.
oners and feed them. Accord- also Assorted
ing to Whitehead it costs that he intends on asking for

about prisoner$1.25 in per the day county to feeda jail for be another included deputy's In his salaryto forth- NwlyUctd officers to the National Honor Society at Bradford High are (n.r) Citrus

and while negotiations are still coming at the budget next, to board be presented meet- Paul Hutchins I treasurer; Halma| McMillan president; Kathy Casey, historian;
In on the per diem Trees
progress .
rate, the state would pay for ing. Deborah Shuford, secretary; and Eddie Blalock, vicepresident.School In Pots
boarding the prisoners. .
Income to the county was For safety's sake, It Is
estimated at$1,500 per month.D. suggested that racing cars MFP Funds AllocatedBradford Pierce
E. "Skip" Woodtngton be slowed down. The .093 Program Reg $9.95
asked what type of prisoners hitter also campaigns for a County will receive in Minimum Foundation -
would be housed in the speed limit on fast balls. some$171,306 this monthIt's funds some $15,000 To Head Reg. 98tfNow
_. _. less. than the amount
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Foundation Program Scramble
funds are allocated for 69 < .
Instructional salaries trans- Tresldent-elect George L. $7.98
Time AtDOWLING'S portation, educational Improvements Pierce of the StarkeBradford -
Pea Picking and other ex- County Chamber of Com-
penses. Florida's 67 county merce was appointed Thursday -
school districts received a June 7, at a Board of
total allocation of $61.5 million Governor's meeting as chair-
PRODUCEU.S. for the month of June. man of the Calf Scramble Black & Capri
Each school district received Slated for Sept. 29.
301 Downtown Starke a proportionate share In discussing plans for the Decker
of the funds based on ear- popular event, the suggestionwas
964-5364 lier survey of attendanceand made that due to increased -
other key factors. costs the number of II edge .Q
Clay County received some calves given as prizes be
$421,561 for the month of reduced from 15 to 10, but Clippers's
1 II". /etl'.l S /r ell/ed/ June an Increase of almost Pat Everett urged the Cham-

Our Pea Sheller $70,000 over the same time ber to raise the required funds
Ity last year. to finance the purchase of
$1.00 Union County saw a loss the 15 calves.In $12A9 w' 50ft. $2.79 FOur
In funds as did Bradford other action. Chamber
Pills receiving some $68,230 as Manager John Myers announced -
compared to$77,377 for June that the agriculture
of 1972. appropriations bill which Includes Services Include:
We Have Peas For You To Gus Considering a food stamps for strikers -
Dear Cousin : US FOR
the gasoline shortage and provision, will be coming Lot Clearing CALL
The Cham-
HUT alt, I think it would be nobly before Congress. .
and Martha ber then went on record as Draining
patriotic if you opposing the food stamp pro- ESTIMATESSodding
and the kids sacrificed the its sprigging FREE
and to again state
drive out to visit us this sum- gram
position to the local Representatives -

mer. salute you. Myers; also reported that Landscaping 9 64 -81 04-

the Starke Woman's Club has : -', & Sprinkler Systems
offered Its facilities and ca- l.. t.,,'
... ;"h tering service for the Cham- I-.n Weekend Special
4K bers annual banquet in Jan :: C .
uary. 1 Fantastic Buy
JI After discussion, President ,} .
Marc Jackson appointed Arthur .....i- We Can Finance For You
I Bruno ,Ann Godwin and "
Elzle Sanders as a committee \ 1dALLISCHALMERS
'. to check out the proposaland g
make recommendations.Myers 7H.P. Garden Tractor
Jl also submitted an
audit of the Chamber prepared 30" Mower Single) KU,t <,
by 'Jack C. Nolan of .
Jacksonville which covered This Weekend ElecSlarlOnJy$598.OO
; finances through the year end- + :
{ Ing last Jan 31, and which /d
I' showed the organization hada
"!i cash balance of $6,765 as Was $738.00
I ji V of that date.

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: '
ResignsLAKE rA

ert Markman of the Lake
Butler Medical Group of Doc- FL'
tors Markman and Goldstein K
has tendered his resignationto _
the Union County Commission _
1 .
In a letter of May 28,
Markman said he felt his ser-
vices were no longer neededin rr-
the community, as the let-
ter was read at the June 5
board meeting. DAILY COMPOUNDED
Markman cited as his rea-
son for his resignation the Library Reading Program Under Way
fact that a group of seven
ph" ticians from the Jack- Stephanie Dukes and Janet Boyce are shown enjoying the Bradford County Public
sonville Naval Air Station will Library's Summer Reading Program now going on from June 8 to August 3.
be providing 24-hour emer- Mrs. Martha Minx, librarian, said that all children who can read are encour-
p, i '.<. services and clinical aged to Join. Reading cards are available at the library and all boys and girls are
cc,orage)] In the community, invited to come by and get theirs as soon as possible. The program will offer many INTEREST
alone: with Lake Butler's new- surprises and will close with a party for all readers.
CRt: resident physician Dr. The Vacation Readers Program Is federally funded under the Library Servicesand .
'V I inclimlr (Holowatsch. Construction Act through the Florida State Library.
Markman disclosed in his
letter that he had applied fora New Permits On Sale NowThere '
transfer to a communitymore Library FriendsTo
needful of his servic- is no discount price 1973.
e., and had been told by the for early purchase of fishing The complete sportsmanmay Meet Monday ON ALL TYPESOF
Public Health Service Corps and hunting licenses, but effect a saving in time
that he could be transferredas the sportsman that shops early and travel by obtaining the The Bradford County
of July 1.Markman 1. may receive a fringe bene- "Series A-K" combination Friends of the Library will
who was acting fit.According fishing and hunting license, hold its annual meeting Mon-
chief of staff at Union Gen- to the Game and which allows statewide hunt- day, June 18, at 73b
eral Hospital, also said in Fresh Water Fish Commis- ing and fishing with one li- in the Bradford County LI- SAVINGS INVESTMENTSAT
his letter that his associate, sion, new licenses have been cense. brary.
Dr. Bruce Goldstein, would available since the first of Sportsmen may also obtaina
remain in the community for June at offices of all County wildlife management area
at least another year to practice Tax Collectors and authori- stamp and archery hunting All persons interested in
with Dr. Holowatsch. zed subagents.New permit at the same time they attending are invited to do .
Practicing from an officein licenses will be valid purchase hunting and fishing so by the president of the organization \
(he old King Memorial HospItal through June 30 of next year, licenses. Mrs. Brian [Ham .
Markman has been in thus allowing an extra 30 days The statewide wildlife man- ilton.
the community for more than for a total of 13 months of agement area stamp will be
a year His resignation was fishing for the angler that valid for most wildlife man
approved by the commissioners. obtains his license on June 1, agement areas, however,spe- 1 FEDERAL
cial stamps will be required 1l GUARANTY
2 SentencedTo for Camp Blandlng the Oca-
la Area Avon Park and Lykes t
Dean. Morman, Brothers Flsheating Creek A- ya
ProbationTwo reas in south Florida, and
the Corbet Area in the Ever -.d
DrjrtM' Candidate!
glades. ..

Starke Harold, will Dean be among Norman some of tenced Ion Monday defendants in Circuit byBradfordCounty Court were sen-act-- Stafford Posts ? FOR ALL NEW AND EXISTING ACCOUNTS

2,100 candidates for degreesat Judge Elzie Sanders, tem- f
the 80th annual commence- porarily assigned to Circuit Perfect Grades
ment at Utah State Univer- Court.
sity. Willie Jack Wiggins, 37, EFFECTIVE JUNE 1,1973 I
Andrew Stafford will be
)Norman; will be receiving was arrested
a bachelors degree in HumanIties Nov. 19, for carrying a con- one of 189 students to com-
Arts and Social Scien- cealed weapon, a file lie plete the winter quarter at
pleaded guilty and was sen- Florida State University: witha
ces. tenced to one year probation. perfect straight A grade 'gran Interest is compounded daily from date of
Belinda Ann Dommon, 21, point average.
t Mir mod youngster! down Starke, was arrested April According to Dr. Stephens TEXTURE INTEREST- deposit to date of withdrawal.The .
him'k pleads: for tolerr \ 13, for aggravated assault. Winters, director of Florida Comfort is the name of the
",' \\'lItrr"tr.! hp says, State University's Division game in this easy-going
She changed her plea to guilty -
,.,,,JII,1'l, I pirjudicc iniinsl of Basic Studies, this will sportshirt of textured cotton
the court and
rseryhndy withi accepted knit, It's from Trend Fashions following are the yields that can be
sentenced her to one year be a record number for the by Huntley ol York,
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BRIEFLL1.; ular services mii DO "
Tuesday, June 5, was the :Sunday, June us CHAPTER OES June 24.
date for a field trip to 0'- Sunday School, 9:45, a.m.; Sunday School 9:45: Morn- All members askedto By Elisabeth Given Walk. Sunday
; are
Leno State Park by the entire Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.; Ing AME
at 11 o'clock meet Greater Allen Chapel
; please Thursday night
services will
faculty and student Church 6:15 Sunday. Sunday
body :
l Training Circle: 7:13p.m. Special Youth Choir Rehearsal June 14, at 8 p.m. In the Church, Rev. B. C. Williams
of Brooker Elementary. Assisting WMU Prayer 5 pjn. Church Train- Masonic Hall on Brownlee begin with Sunday School at
; pastor.
i the staff with neces- .; Evening Service, 7:30 Ing, 6:15; Evening Worship, Street. 9:30: morning service at 11. Friday night Stewardess
sary duties on the trip wasa p.m. 730: Evening service, 7 pjn. Board No. 1 will meet at
large number of parents. Monday--Vacation Bible
CHURCH NEWS please co
p. .. ... This was the second annual School thru Friday, 9:00 a.m.; Monday Youth Choir Prac- Greater Bethlehem Freewill New Bethel Baptist Church, operate.8 p.m. Everyone
t to O'Leno for Youth Choir 7:00
outing p.m. tice, 7 p.m. Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday School will begin
Brooker student body and it Wednesday--Family Night, Williams pastor. Sunday School will terminate services at 10 a.m. Morn
was enjoyed by all 200 6:30 p.ni.; Prayer Meeting, Wednesday--Famlly Vacation Bible School services for the day.Regh .. 11.
present. Students participated Mission Friends, 7:30: p.m.; Supper, 6 p.m.; Prayer Meet-Night ed Monday, June 11, and start-will __ _______ ing_ _service_ _ u _at____ ___________ .
In nature hikes, played Adult Choir Deacons Meeting,
Ing, 6:30
; and Officers run through Friday, June 15.
softball, and .enjoyed ham- 8:30: p.m.Friday. Meeting, 7:15 Church The theme will be, "Truth
k1- burgers grilled at the site. -- Vacation Bible Choir Practice, 8 p.m.: ; Shall Make You Free." DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home .
One of the recreational highlights School Picnic, 12 noon; VBS Sunday School will begin
of the trip was the Commencement 7:30: p.m. Thursday--Ladles Bell
on Sunday at 9:30.
playing of the school checker Denton Sumrall, Pastor Choir Practice, 12 o'clock : STARKE
Morning service at 11. DIn-
championships. The tour- noon; Visitation, 7
INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONSHIPSThe ner at 12:15.: League, 4
p.m. Phone 964-6200
had 42 entries six
nament student Twenty young peopleof
Evening service at 6
Brooker Elementary Team members. pictured from grades 4-6. Winning the GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH the Youth-A Sunday School Visitors always welcome.p.m. Rental
single elimination affair was VBS STARTS JUNE 18 Department enjoyed an out-
School Intramural sports competition bove, are: 1st row Q-r)Randy Plen Hicks, 6th grade. Run- Ing at Rainbow Springs on Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs/( Crutches.
for 1972-73 to Ebenezer Baptist Church
came Raulerson
captain David
; ner-up was Pete Hodge, 4th Vacation Bible School will June 9. The group enjoyed
a close with championshipsbeing Copeland, co-captain; Jamie Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Appreciation Is rides, rodeo, and other attractions
grade. expressed -
be held at Grace Baptist
conducted In co-educa- Smith, Vanessa (Hodge 2nd Revival started last week
; to all the people who Church on Grlffls LoopJune and a picnic lunch. with Phone 473-3176
tional softball and volleyball.The row: Lisa Tucker, Susan Prayer Services and
make the Later In the afternoon
helped trip possi- 18-22 from 9 a.m. to 12 they
softball champs continuing with Preaching
were Douglas, David Fussell, Plen-
captained by Randy Rauler- ale Hicks, Richard Knight;3rd ble. The parents' help with noon. Preparation Day will went swimming at Blue Bun. starting Monday night through
all performed duties was Indispensable be held June 15 from 9
son and compiled a winning row: Deborah Green, Kim
record of five wins and one Thomas, Connie Dyal, Lisa and Is gratefully till noon, and will Include -
loss. Lee. acknowledged. registration, a parade,weiner Cash & Tire Inc.
roast, and refreshments.All .
children from 3 to ,
I II Ill < last day of school for 17 years are urged to attend. 412 E. Call St V1
I'" students of the 1972-73 school r1
I Family Night will be held !
r-l term was Wednesday, June 6. June 23 at 7 pjn., followedby lt,01 Starke/ Fla. 964-5800 Q {f0
A school assembly was heldat special music by Rev.
which time all Brooker Virgil Lovett and his Trinity -
staff members were recog- Singers at 8 -op f.
nized by the student body for p.m. o 4 Only F 70-14 Tiger Paw O
their outstanding efforts. A- -
wards were also presentedto Mamie II. Futch ;:J Raised W/Letirr
students, such as 4-H, Intramural -

checker champion sports champions and run- Mrs. Mamie II. Futch,77, $2tt.4'-- F.E.T. $2.61

and Kindergarten di- of Lawtey, died Sunday Ina
ner-up plomas. Jacksonville hospital aftera 2 Only G70-14 Tiger Paw Raised W/Letter 230.62 FET 2.82 Each

Iw g1The 5 Summer and continues School through begins July August born long In Macclenny illness. She on Aug.was 4 Only 70-15 Tiger Paw Raised W/Letter $31.40 FET 2.86 Each

8.PRINCIPAL'S. 27, 1895 and was a memberof
w the Baptist Church. Her
LETTERTo husband was the late Mike White 4 Ply Polyester
Futch. Each FET Each
all the parents and students -
of Brooker School: Surviving is a son FloydJ. 8-700-13 $20.00 FET $1.88

Volleyball Championswere ane (Missy) Hart,Elaine Mott;; It has been my privilege to daughter. Futch, Mrs.of Lawtey Sarah; one LeePutney. 7-E78-14-735-14 $21.00 FET $1.96

captained by Susanne 2nd row: Janine Wllllngham, have served as your school :Jacksonville; six brothers 6-F78-14-775-14 $23.00 FET $2.09
Morris, and had a winning Melissa Rabon, Joyce Prescott principal for the past two DeweytWalter, Morris,
I take this opportunity 14-G78-14-82S-14 $25.00 FET $2.24
record of four wins and one ; 3rd row: Duane M Clel- years. and Ancll Harvey, all of
losj. Team members pic- land Wayne Ellis, Doug Wat- to sincerely thank all of you Macclenny; Jack Harvey, 5-H78-14-855-14 $26.00 FET $2.43
tured above are: 1st row Mike for the many kindnesses thatyou've
son, Billy Copeland Jacksonville; and Arthur Harvey 6-J78-14-885-14 $28.00 FET
.fl-r) Brenda Hayes, Doreen Shaw. Beth Hamilton, co-cap- shown me and the Marietta; three sisters, $2.68
Jakab. Susanne Morris, Di- tain, is not pictured. Brooker staff. Mrs. Katie Hodges, Mrs. 4-F78-1S-775-15 $24.00 FET $2.11
Serving as principal at Thelma Rewis, and Mrs. 4-G78-15-825-15 $26.00 FET $2.30

- Brooker Elementary, has been Myrtle Alford, all of Mac- 10-H78-15-855-15 $27.00 FET $2.47 :
I a richly rewarding experience clenny; and sixgrandchlldren.
----------------1,I which I will always treasure. Funeral services were held 3-178-15-885-15 $28.00 FET $3.01

I The sense of responsibility at 2:30: p.m. Wednesday In 9 900915.15 $29.00 FET $2.86
For A Nice and support which you, the the Lawtey Baptist Church
entire Brooker School com- with Rev. Neil Starling and
munity, demonstrates to your Rev. t.C. Harvey conducting. 4-G78-14 Black Tiger Paw $23.00 FET $2.53 '

I Arborvitae $ J.99up I school commendable.is truly outstandingand Interment Cemetery was with In the DeWitt Lawtey C. 7-G775-15 Black Tiger Paw $22.00 FET $2.37 I

It is with great anticipation Jones Funeral Home in 7-F78-15 Black Tiger Paw $22.00 FET $2.37
Vibemum $1.79uP : that I look forward to charge. 5-C78-15 Black Tiger Paw $25.008H78i5 FET $2.60 j
a new responsibility and chal- :;:;:;:;:;:-:;:;:-:;;;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:.::.:.:.:;:;:::;:-:;:::::::::::::r ;; .... :."!
Black *
Ligustrnm lenge as principal of South- : Tiger'Paw' $26.00 FET $2.80 W 1
I $1.79up side Elementary in Starke, CARD OF THANKS 1-L78-15 Black Tiger.Paw $27.00 FET S3.13 .'

I but I will always remembermy "
Azaleas $1.69uP : Brooker Elementary experience ;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::ft::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: The Amount Shown At Left AreA ,

I with great warmth We wish to thank all our
Camellia's S2.59uP I( and affection. May God pro- friends and relatives that II We Have A t This PriceTIRE
vide richest blessings to
helped us so generously after L
Roses 2.99up I In the years ahead. the burning of our home. M
For the furniture and other
Your friend, household articles, your visIts SALE
Flowering Trees $3.49up and flo\/ers to CarolynIn
Dewey McKlnney, the hospital and the urav-
Shade Trees $3.49uplFrui Principal ers in her behalf. 1 -
I Mr. & Mrs. John Godwin

$3.49Up> Vacation Bible School will
I begin Monday, June 18, at The kindness and sympathyof
9 at Brooker Baptist neighbors, friends and family -
I The Rains Will Plant Now 1 I Church a.m., and will continue dally In our recent sorrow remain with us I
Germinate Grass Seed I I through June 22. All chil- will always Our L .
dren, ages 3-15, are invited as a precious memory. UNIROYALUNIRDYAL I _
I _l I to attend. The school will sincere thanks and gratitudefor _ ,
4ozpkz $4.25 end dally at approximately all those comfortingacts.
I Centispprl I 12 noon. On Sunday night,June The family of Foster
8oz Pkg' $3.25 24, at 7 p.m. there will be a Lett. .

I Argon tine I Vacation Bible School Family . .. . . .. . .- .- .- N
, I Night, where students will
-' .99 share Bible School with their
I I BaliiuSecc.lb. I I parents. During this servicethe

J JVnsacoIuliuhiu.. I II I diplomas.students will receive their We'll stack Satellite

lb our

Congratulations to Sgt. and
I Approved Summer I Mrs. Anthony (Tony) Castlen f
of Mac Dill AFB, Tampa, on
I the birth of a son, Steve Anthony against mid-size
TORO Sale I on June 7. Maternal t any car. :

:No. 16017 grandparents are Mr. and aA
I Mrs. Ron Bristol of Nashville -
19" cut Term. Paternal grand-
Handpropelled 3 II.P I mother is Mrs. Joyce Stokesof -
Brooker. Paternal great- !
Save grandfather is Carrell Atkin- i
I $25.00 ( son, also of Brooker. 1

$84.95 hB PRESENTED Friday FRIDAYOn June I, stu- I i
dents of Mrs. James R.Coun- t .....:.....: .
I tryman presented a music recital -
#16233 21"cut3MH.P.Selfpropelled at New River Baptist j :
Church. Those participatingwere
as follows: Tootsie Tuc- .
Save ker, Lisa Tucker, Janet
I 30.00 Welch, Susan Douglas, Bren- }
da Hayes, Corky Welch,Frankie .
I Andrews, Stanley Hayes,
1.113999; 5 ., :vI Robin Welch, Johnny Welch, Plymouth Satellite
Tammy Johns,Drew Andrews, Sebring-Plus i
I Susie Welch, Tammy Andrews -
Elaine Mott Sandra
I 20571 Guardian 21" Cut Reg. I Ii Douglas, and Michael Emery.

I 31/2 HP Selfpropelled 189.95 Selections, accordion were and heard voice.At on. piano Our new success car. It's beautiful to not heard. Compare it with any other ('

I With Bag 00$159 95 look at, and remarkably quiet. The mid-size car and you'll know why we
Save 30. the close of the recital, t
, Mrs. Fred Johns, In behalfof new Satellite was built to be seen, sell so many of them.
the parents,presented Mrs.
Cow CrocksManureBag ; II Countryman with a lovely 4)
charm bracelet with each stu-
I For dent's name represented. A See Tom Collins Or Q

, Pickles time of fellowship followedIn Ed Ripplinger
Sterilized the Fellowship Hall where -

I I Weed FreeS t I .57 4,5,6 Gal $5. 95 UpSLORIDA I cake and punch were served. About This Fantastk Car !

. GARDEN I II heartfelt sympathy,love I. 964-6600 PLYMOUTH '. ;
I and prayers are extended to]I .
: EST CENTER I It the family of Mrs. .
Bran en who passed away rer'-: U.S. 301 N. Temple Ave t 1,t f l.i.Jun. )
t \ MCONTIOL 539 East Call St. I cently. She Is the sister erf

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Pog.8 TELEGRAPH June 14 1973

Liquor Sales Hours -- -- Board Sets .Hearing To Rezone

Set By City CouncilAnother Lincoln City for Mobile Homes -----

The Bradford County Zon- The application of Walter automotive sales) was ap- homes on the property where one living on'the place In the

ing Board, on Its own initiative Brunovsky for rezoning his proved. her business is located on hope of preventing breakinsand
Schaefer motion to An ordinance setting the Schaefer said he had had complaints voted last week to advertise eights, north of Mrs. Nell Rhoden was granted SR-21 between Keystone other incidents that have
require city residents to place hours for sale of liquor in from residents of the reclassification Keystone from RlAto a six-months temporary Heights and Melrose. She saidIt been taking place in the a-

their garbage cans on the the City of Starke was adopted newly-paved Estelle, Parker, of property In Lincoln City, BH (business permitting permit to place two mobile was desired to have some- rea.
street for greater ease of by the City Council in and Powell Streets that these black residential area In
collection by the garbage department action at the June 5 meet- streets were being used as South Starke, from RIB (res-
also died for lack "raceways." identlal I, without mobile RETAIN THIS WORKSNUT Till OOV.RNMIJIIT 0'
of a second. Councilman Orle ing.Package sales will be allowed homes) to R1C (residential,
Wiggins said, however, that during the hours of permitting mobile homes). DEPARTMENT 0' THE TREASURY dROOKER TOWN
he agreed with Schaefer that 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday Chairman John A. Torode OFRCE 0' REVENUE SHAftiNG
this would cut costs of the
through Saturday, the city fathers said the proposed change WASHINGTON. D.C. 20228 POll THI EN1ITUMINT PERIOD SEOINNINGq
city garbage department considerably decreed. would serve to upgrade hous-

Chairman McRae Sales by the drink will be Salaries ing in the area, since new ( Q CMck Mde.Mock M thl.p4n.w.......an JAN 1. 1973 AND lENDING JUN 30 1973
said he had not changed his lawful from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. mobile homes would tend to ..__lYe
opinion in opposition to the daily, except from 2 a.m. replace some of the substan- IU DEBT Now wIN IN .,.-1Iy.. o/ vawe okWng ..... -"ect IN IN THE fOLLOWING MANNIII SAUD UPON AN
idea. Saturday to 7 a.m. Monday. (From Pope 1)a ) dard housing In the area. lorrowWq rreuk.meaM ciyow"$e sdialonP.
Schaefer, as street chair- unMAUD TOTAL 01' 1r 329
The sale of liquor is also The board will advertise
maximum of $15,000 to be
man, also reported on apro- unlawful within 250 feet (doorto
the rezoning proposal and holda ACCOUNT NO
reached the following
posed sidewalk from Saratoga door) of church school year.
any hearing on the matter at its
Heights, along Pratt St., Tax Collector: $13,200 up AVOID OI.T INCillAS1 NO EFFECT 10 2 334 aa1
or next meeting, June 26. B
from $11 000 with maximum
thence north along Myrtle St.
Councilman Charles Schaefer
$14,000 Chairman Torode said there USSIN DEaT INCREASE
of to reached PREDICT EFFECT
to the Middle School. This '
s motion that radar equipment -
were several matters that are CLERK
location for the sidewalk was again be obtained for in a second year. not covered properly in the (1M) TAXES In of the taAowIng i .Y It expected ..... IN TOWN O 93
approved, and Schaefer was the Police Department (It was .vsaI. .-.y of "--- 8NrInI Funds wN .... IN'"
told to submit cost estimatesat tried once and discontinued) Sheriff: $14,400 up to a maximum present zoning ordinance, anda ..-..OlTourlwl.dictlonCA.ekrmany. 1Ippy.. 6ROOKER FLORIDA 32622
of in work session was set for .
$17,000 74-75,
the next meeting. He was died for lack of a second. noon Friday, June 15, at the WILL p/AIl1 II.DUCI..G WILL al000/AMOUNT 0'RATE
also given permission to get plus the adjustment factor of Garden O MTIOPAMAJONTAX 0 INCIlIAS.O.A MA.JOIITAX.O .
Restaurant. The board
with S. R. Hicks and make a $376; the sheriff presently
members will meet with their WILL.IVINT INCIlIAI.1N
survey of trees In the city draws $12,000.School 0 Ita"ECT 0.TAlC IIVMWILL
attorney, Dudley Hardy, to
that are dangerously decayed -
discuss these matters and .IV..T. INACTI..G
with a view to having them Board Members: 0 TOO lOON TO "IDICT l'fICT
make revisions in the code. o
removed. Schaefer said that $3,300 after Oct. 1 and up '"
Torode said that citizen ...
the city has a big expense to $3,500 the following year. wishing to attend the work II:
from trees falling on power School board members havea session and enter into the I"'OIllTV PLANNED M'M N. =M EXPENDITURE FUNNED PERCENT PLANNED FOR:
lines during the recent wind different factor, .0125 times j EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES Inn.wol Mesa CATEOORIES EXPENDITURES IRaI .r_
discussion would be welcome.In O0r1Iell AtMN11A IDI
storm. the 5,025 population over 10- other action Tuesday night )D i. CATEGORIES Colli) CII) .Niw III .ua'wiiM 1 I'i. _
Council also the street 000 Thus in .
gave or $64. 10 Muln
chairman to closea o. the board: 1 S 1111'0'' A"D % % "
permission "
they can draw a maximum of -Granted Sam McCutcheon ""Iue SArn .
block of Pratt Street adja- $3,564.
: Lincoln City pool room
cent to the playground during ator permission to apply oper-to 0 ('NVI aOIONNMIINTAL "EDUCATION % "

ball games for the protectionof ltr The wage act passed both the Beverage Department fora I:: J
children. u the Florida House and Senate liquor license. McCutcheon -.: UC % tl. "
Requests were reported for ire and was passed in a is located in a residentialarea 2 T"'NllI'O"'AnoN' "IALTH
the closing of two unused plat- s
compromise version. It is still but his business was XIMm S $ % % "
ted streets in the city and t= NlI'OIn'Ano 1.328.CO 100
k' L subject to the approval of Gov. "grandfathered in, being established -
the matter was referred to Reubin Askew is i!
but a veto before the
the Streets Committee for investigation not expected. It is the first zoned. countywas ICIlIATtOIII S =Il0lMltn S % % "

and report. The :MutlinphGraduate l across the board pay -Gave Johnny Barrett per- : \I NOUNNO&
streets named were Wall increase for county officials mission to advertise for re- r C:; UI"'III" s % 00"" u.MIiNT' l % % "
Street, running west from U.S.
since 1969.
301 short distance to dead classification of approximately II: 7
a a three acres on SR-100 South SO *CEE. S % % : .. % "
ALl weNT
end, just south of the Brad- under the .POOII .
The scale
wage from Open Rural to MS (man-
ford Motel and Middleton Cadet Steven David Mattingley -
Street, from; US-301 east to son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnA. new law, will be adjusted each living ufacturing). The property is _INTRATION t7 MIIONMINTAL. S % % % %
year to allow for higher located on the east side of 00"IIIIY.TtOIII
the railroad, between Stanley Mattingley, Rt. 2, Starke
costs based on the con- 100 just inside the limIts
city -
Noegel Auto Sales and the new graduated with honors $ trsusuc
was sumer price index. between Grlfds Loop and aim S % % % "
office now being constructedfor from Lyman Ward Military

attorney George Pierce. Academy, Camp Hill. Alabama the The salaries new law therein also must states be Barrett the branch purchased line railroad the track.pro- Ieoh .dwis.d ,.eon. Fu ,,oral aum nwnISisg RECRIATION t % % % "
City Attorney Pierce advised where he was a student for CULTUREn.w.
perty from P. F. Goolsby, Sn eer.enes ci Mn ,.Tors .rd stny w pn Ior puMN.nd
the council If the streets two years. '
the of and proposes to.;. move his CTNl1U % % % %
had never been used, they lie was named the third only compensation coun- iSp..e.I
could be ordered closed by highest academic student and ty officials. Salaries under concrete products plant there.
the city without legal action. accumulated an overall gradeof the bill ". .shall be the 'Held over for further Investigation MAYOR OINEA//SAwrr1 S % % %
The property would revertto "A" in the college preparatory sole and exclusive compensa- the request of Edward r so.ncu
tion of the officers whose Westfield for reclassification -
the property owners on either curriculum. Mat- O S % % "
side. tingley entered Lyman Ward salaries are included therein of a 10-12 acre plot HORS fs.dpl
Councilman Wiggins reported after transferring from Flo- for the execution of their from Rl-A (single family residential II
that the cost of a 250,000- rida Military Academy.At official, duties." Violation of ) to Rl-C, permittingthe 01t4.'" (!l-"rl %

gallon storage tank, Including graduation he held the the law is a misdemeanor. placement of two mobile June 14
transportation and installa- rank of cadet captain and County judges were not Included homes on the property. ...n_ EOTNIRlS .wt % % % %
tion, had been estimated at was operations officer for since they receivedan The board pointed out that
$16,000 W.T.Jackson. Pur- the battalion. He was awarded Increase last year under this would be spot zoning, zdtord County Te1e h IIt a nAN.ww j
chase of the tank had been the distinguished! English the judicial revision articleof a practice that it has triedto ri or N.w.nws ? ;t"1' 1.328.00
discussed by the council at scholar certificate and won the State Constitution.Thus, avoid. Westfleld argued that t .
recent for the tennis singlesand the county judge at $24,000is there were mobile homes .
the Academy's
within in ., .. .. roe.Mno
pose of storing diesel fuel doubles trophies for two the highest paid officialin sight almost every ; : : < r ; YOU WOItIC SHEET MI
direction from his home, but
the county.
due to the present shortage, years.
the board declared these must
The funds must come from
but no definite decision has Cadet Mattingley will enter
been reached. Auburn University in the fall. county sources. have been placed before coun-
ty zoning went into effect. .
9. --- --------------------------
ii was suggested mat con-
sideration be given to re-
zoning the entire triangle of
property where Westfield

,.. "..,.., lives on Highway 100 Southin
., the Bedford-Crystal Lake
area, to permit mobile homes.
__ .
'' Board
member Art
Kiefer volunteered
51 RTC to inspect the pro-

perty and make a report at
the June meeting.
_. '_. Dean Cassels appeared on
behalf of himself and his fa-

1971 CADILLAC 72 (.. AD ILL 9 i C; 19 7 2 OLDS of ther-in-law Tallahassee, Wilson, requesting Connerly the

Sedan de Vllle, Brown vinyl rezoning of an 8U-plus acre
Sedan de Ville 4 door sedan 98 LS 4 door sedan greenvlnover
dark gold with gold faSun tract on SR-16 northwest of
Roof, brown vinyl over
yl silver
over with
gray Starke from
brie InteriorMFM radio Exclusive Agri ,
gold saddle tan Interior. fabric interior AM-FM
radio rr
electric windows and eats to RI-A.
AM-FM stereo, air condit-
stereo, air condition
power brakes, steering and ioned, power door locks, ing, power door locks, cruise had Cassels said that Connerly
vinyl roof cruise control and many other control, tilt and telescopr recently purchased the
S4995 property from Donnie Hugh
extras. 4 other 72 Cadillacs control, tilt and telescope
I'' lol .ock.;: steering wheel and much and Glen Crawford and the
.' 7 2 FORD TOR I N C. 6 3 9 5 mnre.. n !!' two of them proposed to enter ff
Grand Sport 2 door hardtop, 7.... into partnership to sub-
I351V8 engine with a 2 barrell 7 O(} O L f-'; 9 it divide the tract into one-acre
Icarburator: white over blue 1971 OLDS 98 lots for the construction of r f
I/ (
] with white vinyl interior, raDelta 88 4 door sedan, turquoise homes in the $20,000 to
Idlo, heater, air conditioning, with black!:: yin,'1. Interior 4 door sedan,white vinyl over $25,000 bracket. rn 1f Jk'lfIIIh
I power steering brakes and radio heater air coq blue with blue fabric interior door The board told Cassels that !!M ;
1 low mileage. Extra sharp. ditionlng, power steering, air conditioned, power according to its regulationsthe I
brakes and extra nice and locks, wheel & other ex- request for rezoning would
S3395 ,,!Pan tras. Very sharp. Was $3795 have to come from the act- WE KEEP
336951 ual owner, in this case Mr. YOU ON THE RUN.Whatever

1972 MERCURY Connerly. Cassels said he .
1970 FORD LTD would obtain this request and
:Marquis Brougham 4 door 1972 Imjmla submit to the board.
sedan, dark blue vinyl ove 2 door hard top black vinyl Lawrence Corson, the new
light blue, stereo, cruise conover white, radio, heater, ail 2 Door Hardtop, Midnight owner of Whispering Pines
trol, power door locks and conditioning, power steering Bronze With Brown Vinyl 1 I Motel on US 301 South, was
much more. power brakes and extra niceS2O95 Interior, Radio, Heater, AlCSPFCIAI given permission to accom-
Q3 995 Power Disc Brakes, Low] modate not more than five
Mileage Extra Clean it takes
overnight to
o campers as long as keep your
3295Fleetwood he complied with state regulations !
1972 Cadillac! farm the
on run you'll find at
Brougham, White, Vinyl Over Coronation Red With Matching White Lea- your I

ther Upholstery AM-FM Stereo Tape, Cruise Control, With Tilt Telescopic Steering Healthd. \ iorCninmittrr \ Farmers A
& Many Other Extras A 495* Exchange.
i ToMori

1'j9llIslt". "lnr! 1971 /J"Ip.; .\Imuu' 1968 FORD : ) :Monday From tires, batteries, and g I

2 Dr. Hardtop, White W/Blue 4 Dr. Sedan Bamboo W/Green TORINO 2 door hardtop coupe,

Vinyl Radio & Heater, Vinyl, Radio & Heater, A/c, black vinyl over white, radio, A meeting of the Bradford automotive accessories to fencing
3 Speed Trans., 6 cyl. New- Power Steering, Power heater, air conditioning, pow County Health Advisory Com- ,

paint Economical on Gas Brakes er steering, low mileage and mittee will be held Monday feeders and han tools

$1295 24 extra clean. 1495 night and the committee is right on

expected to approve a change

1969 CADILLAC ELDORADO 1969 BUICK which will see Bradford Coun- up to custom-designed poultry
ty included In the Gainesville
2 door hardtop whit. vinyl over green SKYLARK CUSTOM 2 aoor and
with whit. leather interior, loaded with!) hard top, black vinyl over Health Regional Planning.Health System houses and swine parlors

extra equipment and featuring front/ yellow, radio and heater, air Until now, the county has ,
wheel drive 2 in stock from Wa
conditioning power steering, $1995 been in Region IV with Jacksonville we've it all.
$3593 83295 power brakes got .

The meeting is to be heldat
lOi: More Cars In Stock To Choose From the Board Room of the Gold Kist.

Serviced & Road Most Thoroughly Bradford County Memorial
Ready Hospital at 7:30. The public
Bennie Brasmgton tsrenc?!Roberts Buford BrunsonBud" is invited to attend. fIg Good things for the farm

Miller George Bradley Mgr. and from the farm.

"There are more dogs In
BRASINGTON this country than ever be.
fore And aa Investing

C\I>ILLAC-OU>SMOBII.B touted friend him lays on his to every broker one has of FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE

ot'I :J7H-:>:.lCH them.

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I Summer School Program To Run July 5 Aug. 15 j oMoo Lad.owa

Summer School will open Band- BUS: Arrange sch- August 8. lake return to Hampton aoPjroxlmately Playground and/orCyrit activities day BHS Field 3:30 5:30 J a ..
July 5 to all Bradford stu- edule with Band Instructor. SwimmingJuly 5 August noon. Pratt Street Center: p.m. Sessions begin June 11- '
dents Interested in getting full July 5 August 8. 8): 1st Shift: Leave South Two buses leave Starke Elementary Tiny Tot Program to Include July 27, ages 13-14. <
credits, make up time, and Driver's Education- BUS, side School 8:00 SR-230 Lake 9:30 a.m., SR-46 to dramatic games singing
for those who want to gra- July 5 August 15 (Must have (pick up students at lake) return lake make pick up at Starke tames, rhythems storyrimeand Fishing 1 ; pad
daute early.It restricted license). Age 15 10:30 a.m.; Leave BUS Elementary and SIMS through kindergarten crafts
will be held every day thru Grade 12.VocaUonal 7:45: 301 N. to 200-B 230 Reno. 9 a.m. noon Monday Fri (From Page l 1)) i p1e ageA DAD!
from 8 a.m. unU noon, July Programs-- Lake, return 10:15 10:30. Tutorial and remedial sub- day June 25 July 27. RegIstration \
5 August 15. rious available Leave BHS 7:45 Hwy 16, 225, jectsBMS and all Elemen- : Pratt Street Canter previous years. Diseases (
Students can get one full Call offerings are : Lawtey. lake (pick up at Law- tary Schools. Tutorial and remedial June 20-22, 9 noon. parasites or chemical pollu- j
credit two 1/2 the Vo-Tech School(964- toy School approximately 8:10): ) Pratt tion were thought to be re- ;
or credits in Street Center
6150) for Information. Also, program primarily Sum for decline but (
sponsible ,
two subjects. English math consult the DCT and Ag. Tea- return 10:15 1030. aimed at strengthening basic mer Playground sports and the sample taken did not I KOCH'S ::OUR
social sciences and science chers at the High School for 2nd Shift- Leave Brooker 9 learning skills. Students selected games, arts and crafts tournaments indicate this to be the case. ]
will be offered If there is information.Arts a.m., Brooker Graham US- on basis of current and special events;
sufficient demand. These are and CraftsBMS: 301 lake (pick up at Lincoln teacher referral. Time blockof 9 noon and 2-5 p.m., Mon- "This leads us to believe ';
all academic subjects for sterling silver jewelry design City) return approximatelynoon 8 a.m. noon. July 5 day Friday, June 25 July that the black crappie popu- j
academic credits. basketry, metal enameling 12:15.: Leave Hampton August 8. Grades 1-6 and any :27. Ages 4-6. Registration: lation is at a low point," <
Other offered subjects are paper macho ceramics 9 a.m., SR-18 Theressa- non-swimmers above grade Pratt Street Center June said the regional ash bloloi i
recreational activities: and wood crafts. July 5 100, Griffis Loop, SR-230 six. 20-22, 2-5 p.m. Grades 1- gist. "It is common, how- j STEP RAND IG IIUP
5. ever for this species to .
Middle School: Summer fluctuate greatly from high i
I Teachers Oppose Spending Priorities (from Posen) Playground. Sports and to low densities for such j
games arts and crafts tournaments reasons as poor spawningor AVE
and special events lack of food. I
on its 1973-74 spending bill. a debate now," Temple re- under Casey Included an assistant school custodial and maintenance 9 and 2-5
The board, however has plied. "If you want to take superintendent, sec- forces. Monday-Friday.a.m. noon p.m. 2) Large mouth bass and Schick
approved the positions namedIn this up there is an open ondary supervisor,vocational warmouth populations appearto
Temple 41.5 custodians Registration: Middle School be in excellent Hot Lather Machine
the new budget; now the meeting in July." director, purchasing agent; proposes shape
problem is funding those elementary supervisor voca- for 73-74 at a proposed July 5, 2-5 pjn. Grades 6- for a lake of its productivity.
tional cost f of $166,035 com- 8. The bass and warmouth POPU- Dad's
positions.The Shields says the superin- director purchasing a- Delight
proposed budget has tendent never gave a straight"yes" gent, elementary supervisor pared to 21 custodial positions BHS- Consult Coach David lations have expanded as the
In 72-73 at a cost of Hurse and Mrs. Melba Howard black crappie population has
been made available to every or "no" answer to and food service coordinator. Only $1288
teacher all staff members his question. Supt. Temple] has 19 positIons 78672. for program Information. declined.
and.the press. It is the first "He has a perfect rightto assigned to administrative Temple proposes a main- July 5 August 8. 3)) Harvestable-slzed blue
time teachers have been showna challenge," Temple said posts in schools at a tenance staff of 10 persons Brooker Hampton, Lawtey: gills were lacking in our Asst Reg
school budget, Temple points Tuesday of Shields' questioning. proposed cost of $272,000 at a cost of$63,720. In 1972- Supervised Activities dally. report," said Vaughn, "but
out, In what he labels an'open He said he told the tea- to 13 similar 73 there were five mainten- Consult School for schedule. Santa Fe Lake is a fairly Amity $9.00Billfolds
compared -
door" policy. chers he hadn't come to the positions ance positions at an approxi- July 5 August 8. Grades sterile, unproductive lake.
In 1972-73 under Ca-
"I'd like to go on record meeting to debate the bud- mate cost of $24,000. 1-8. With large numbers of pre-
in opposition of administrative get, that "I don't even know There sey at a cost of $166,055. Brooker, Hampton, Lawtey: dator fish, such as basschain Only
are six administrators Totaling all the budget figures Games twice
for teens per
which Increasethe how much will and it
priorities money we pickerel warmouth
assigned to Bradford High given above gives Tem-
week. Consult School for time.
of have. would be $5.59
amount money spenton expected that predation -
School last
to four
compared proposed expenditure.
ple a July 5 August 8. Grades
administrative personnel Temple said he and his staff on forage fishes suchas
the vo-tech center and
year, In thos areas of $685,413
secretaries in the working Tuesday on just would limit the
such as were blueglll
middle school
have three administrators compared to $380.160 for the BaseballJunior
that to determine how number harvestablosize.
county office principals and trying reaching
assigned com- categories last an
same year Monday Wednesday FrI-
much the school .
county administrators, stat- money county
pared to two last year and Increase of 305253.
ed Bill Shields, a fourth grade system will receive from the Starke and Southslde Elemen-
Southslde Elemen- state in 1973-74 under the County's total The Swinger"Gillette
teacher at tary Schools have two. administrators Bradford ; "For
tary. new full-time equivalencyFTE assigned com- school budget in 1972-73 was KEYSTONE MELROSE
"I've compared the 1972- ( ) school funding formula pared to one last year. just over $3.5 million Tem-
73 budget with the proposed passed by the just ended The additional personnel are ple's proposed budget totals IUSINESS
first draft budget of 1973- session of the Florida Legislature new personnel assigned to :$4.28 million. Mini Max Hair Styler
74 and I believe there is a curriculum evaluation, plus
large increase In administrative While he is wrestling to find The school board Is expected
in the school
one post high Dryer
personnel above the out how much income he can with the title of director pupil to take up Its budget SUPPLIES HARDWARE GARDEN Only
level of teachers," Shields count on for the school sys- services. These study as usual within the
said. tem, Temple's proposed bud- posts personnel for 73-74 are listed as month or early in July. Next SLIM'S & e HARDWARE S13.95
"I'd like to know from either get shows these facts on the assistant principals.At regularly scheduled meeting ? y.
Kll- spending side: of the school board is Tuesday -
Mr. Temple or Mr. the county staff level Fish -ITStofff UlDIII
patrick (Assistant Supt. VV. On the county staff level Supt. Temple has assigned July 3, .at 9 a.m. cENTER Real Pleaser"
L. Kilpatrick) if this is true 9.2 consultants and supervisors 11.5 positions as secretarieson Live Bolt A compl.t. In. of Hdw.
or incorrect," Shields stat- have been approved com- various levels at a cost C'lck..Shln".n.War"' BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS SCHICK'A
pared to six positions in the of to six Wrecks ;
ed.Temple $74,055 compared Minnows Plumbing & Electrical Supp. '
stood and walkedto same category in 1972-73 under -
position in 1972- Gro-Tone Fertiliser
the front of the teacher Supt. Tom Casey. Salar- TACKLERODSREELSFISHING RAZOR
73 at a cost of $41,148. Neither (from Page 1)) Insecticides
ies for those 9.2 positionsin
The &
group. superintendentsaid HUNTING
of the above Includes
figures -
he didn't agree with fig- 1973-74 add to $109,593 a receptionist em- god with allowing an unauthor- LICENSE AMMUNITION Lumber & Building Materials ; Choose From
ures Shields stated, and did- compared to $72,985 for the ployed In the USO both years.In ized person to drive his car. ICEKeystone Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From LightKeyttone
n't believe they were cor- six last year.Temple's Henslee was charged with run- Hgtt. 473-4357 Norelco, Remington/ Or
rect. staff at the coun- comparing Temple'spro- Ing a red light. Height 473-3663__
Schick .
"You have the budget, and ty level includes an assistant posed expenditures for county No damage was reported to
Pd be crazy to argue with superintendent, a curriculum staff administrators and the tractor trailer rig but TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR CONDRobbie's
you." Temple told Shields and coordinator, a vocational- county staff secretaries, the Swafford vehicle was listed "Dad Sets".w
started to sit down. technical education director Temple's budget proposes an as total loss. THEISES TV &
But Shields said his ques- food service coordinator me- expenditure of :$ 55,658 to In a rash of accidents reported APPLIANCE Old Spice alsr
tion had not been answered.Is dia specialist, business manager $277,188 in ]1972-73 an increase by the Florida Highway Camp /
more money being spent purchasing agent, coordinator of 170470. Patrol Saturday two Individuals Trailer Sale QMovosva; Brut English
administrative, priorities, operations (main- As he has stated it would received minor Injuries ,
safety Low Gas
he asked again? tenance), and a school audi- Temple's proposed budget in two separate one- C.G. fV-STERO r JJM
"I don't want to get into tor. The 1972-73 county staff calls for "beefing up" the car accidents. Price and Gators on lot CAR AND PORTABLEHi || j
Towing Insurance AND Canoe, Jade East


475-2035 KEYSTONE 473-1651 & DELIVERY



Front End Alignment Speed
WIN..Free Door Prizes f LAKE PROPERTIES x rx Wheel Balancing Magic Shave
Grand Prize RESIDENTIAL f&Jr: ) .Air Conditioning Service Powder

BUSINESS ACREAGE l/ Brake Service c' 54*
l/rilla/ > A. Decker '
7 INSURANCE Lubrication Oil Change

.Drill. With Carrintf Keystone Hg.... 4 7].3254 Tune Up'Goodyear Ultra Sheen
Cawe. 473.4692 Tires (Protein Enriched)

Holding HairSpray
IViiincroiiOlder Edna Knepper 473-4111

Prize> SOUKiood(; l (Ones) Martha Durbin 473-33(52( 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 BLK. 14ox.r .
Jim Fox 473-4148 N. Off 100
For W' onien C.B. McAfee 473.4050 KEYSTONE HGTS. 473-4052 1.79
Drlfldll BEAUTY SHOE S. E. McKay, Realtor t Metamueil
Roll OnDeodorant.
Snt. nl rllt f'.c' 1'Y/rrl; 14 Ox. R.g 3.33 Tussy

Field & Form "'"'. PffSKOU Nell' S.E. M KAY REALTOR _

TVcltHkJune 16 Soft Bags When Balloons For Kids ,"Beauty Style Shof of Residential Member of Society AppraisersServing. c. $2.19u. 59lIo.t's *

for a leveller This Area For 26 Years
Yu Dent H.... T. B. Pr*...it $5 $ 9 Accompanied you"Phone .
w Mrs. Melba Ilen 473-4740
3y parent. 475-221
T. Win Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473360CMrs.

Between .: Joanne Gassett 475.1622 Cologne l SOl

BulJ Keystone Mr. Leslie Robinson 475.1035 5v; ." $ 1 .58

Heights I r'j
Chicks Homes-Acreage-Rentals
Metros Office Phone 4734816Lanell's JL. Baby Shampoo

19 70:. Reg 1.29 ;
: Rays Shell PosnersBergamot
+ I I \
t "b Wrecker Service &. 99<
Styles and Accessories *
W* monitor chonnek 13 C.B.

V* Illi 1'..r,-Itu..c For The Complete 24 HRS 6- Conditioner &

H'' .')11 Ll Woman ServiceKeyston
31 Hair ,.GroomerLt
Hwy n.tw..n ,
1I.ton.: fc ||troai. *
"' ChickStarter 47S-J111 % Day Call 473-308 Tannin!
Nights 475-2838 Swedish
7.1 3.5 OZe
Secret R, :
,14t 9slas
Fill\ Dirt Electrical Contractor Lotion
v4 314oz
.,) You Get leach Clay PHITractor Sand Bell Electric Co. c 99< 90#

W. Bell, Owner

iq y a '' 6 Chicks Work
Hank BrunlngKEYSTONE Commercial

Mini v ? I Free HEIGHTS jarT Residential Us Prle Your N.xt

f'firH/rcrffWr// .. PHONE 473-4761 RepairsElectrical Fixtures- Prescription WlthMdl-Sav

1/uviulit; / Quantity Rights P.O. BOX 41 Range Hoods Rx. Pricing. EVERYONE Saws

Reserved LAKE GENEVA | Hgts. 473-3602 With Medl-Sove Pricing.

I SHOP..Special I Grand And NOW If You Are 60 Yrs. Or Old.r,
i Have A Recent Prescription H Pay Cash.

Opening Bargains TRIANGLE "R"ENTERPRISE. JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP For Your Medication & Hospital Supplies,

INC. Generel Repairing You Can Get EXTRA SAVINGS At Koch'a Drug.

STARKE GENERAL CONTRACTORS Minor Engines Machine Rebuilt Shop Worfc' KOCHS DRUGS"Savings
Licensed Insured Automatic Tr.asnis.ionF..turtag
fir .Air Conditioning and Service"STARKE .
The Llndal Cede Home. Tires Batteries PRESCRIPT' .

E. Call St. 473-N. *" Rd 21 473. 3542 Mon. Sai.17:30.. 1 .P.M.6 P.M 914-757 FOR YOUNt, & (. Li
P.O. Sos: 657 2110 LAKE GENEVA "73.117't
Prices Geed Thru Wd Jun 20

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eOiTORJALSDogs County: Agent Notebook

'The Almighty Dollar! That's what( I used to call you !I' .

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Running A t Large / ;

Hot days and warm nights 100 pounds of phosphate and

along with adequate moisturehas 100 pounds of potash duringthe

Create Problems EverywhereStarke corrected a number of growing year. Phosphateand

problems of plant growth and potash can usually be

r t '"'' fruit-set In our gardens. Most applied at one time In the

folks are now concerned with spring. Nitrogen should be

doesn't seem to be master, or some other person "' protecting peas, beans, corn applied In two to three ap-

the only town with a dog for its master. .' and other vegetables from plications.

problem. 't. bugs, worms and other in-
Pasture rotation or con-
"IMPOUNDING: It shall sects. I have had a number
According to a recent news be the duty of the Chief of calls about how to avoid trolled grazing is good prac-
article, the Chief of Policeof tice to follow. It is usually
of Police, or other police wormy, or "buggy" peas.
Jacksonville Beach observed officers to capture, if pos- O ho best to graze the pasture,

that dogs running loose sible, and to impound, any t, This problem Is caused remove the cattle to another

are "alw "S a serious and all dogs found running mainly by the cowpea cur- field, and then mow tough
which shows lack seed stalks and weeks to encourage -
problem a on the streets of the city cullo. Sometimes the stink-
of concern on the part of in violation of this article, bug will damage a few pea new leaf and grass

the dog owner." and to keep them Impoundeduntil pods. The adult curcullo growth. This should keep the

Two bitten disposed of as herein- stings the young peas Just pasture succulent, green and
persons were after provided. Any such after the blooms begins to nutritious. Droppings shouldbe

by unleashed dogs and a dog, which cannot be capturedand shed and the new pea beginsto spread by using a chainor
girl was attacked by one
spring-tooth harrow or other -
form. Peas should be dust-
Impounded as providedfor
recently at the Beach, causing ed with 5 to 10 percent suitable drag.
herein shall be destroyed a
officials to describe the
blem as very serious, pro-especially by the city police." fo4fI3 / Toxaphene dust when the cur-and Closely grazed pastures become -
cullo Is first noticed,
with straj dogs allow- : weak and. thin and opens
Admittedly the ordinance especially when the are
ed to run loose where small r peas the way for weed growth and
children are playing at one of the county rabies would be difficult to enforce, forming. Peas should be dust- erosion. Rotational grazing is
the ed 5 to 7 days depending
clinics. considering large number 4,. every good for pastures as well as

The State of Florida con- of dog packs now running i k on weather condi- your cattle. With rest, the
siders a dog bite In the Starke's city ordinance con- at large In the city, endangering e1! tions. There Is a five day pasture has time to produce

same category as a "bullet cerning the keeping of dogsis the lives of children, waiting period between the maximum nutritious grass.E-

shot," according to a beach very clear, but it seemsto and disturbing residents with The Christian Science Monitor last application of Toxaphenedust lectric fences can be usedto

official, and State officers be almost totally disre- their barking and growlingat and harvest subdivide pastures. Rotate -

can enter a case on the garded by dog owners, The all hours of the day and pasture plots before animals

local level and prosecute.A ordinance states: night. Toxaphene In concentra- are hungry and while
tions above 10 is
percent on
enough leaf surface of the
DOGS The final responsibility orsoh'lng the restricted list.
similar problem existsIn --Running at large pesticide grass remains for rapid
Starke and Bradford County, prohibited."It this problem, of This means that homeownersor growth and
course, rests with the Letters the recovery.
where the Health Department dog to Editor. others not engaged In com-

reports there were more shall be unlawful for owner who, if he cares enough mercial agricultural produc- For more Information a-

than 50 Instances of any dog of any kind to run about his pet, should wantto tion are not permitted to pur- bout pasture
management call
persons at large within the city limitsor keep It from ,
bitten running at chase and use those pesticideson your County Agent's
being by dogs duringthe office
to be upon the streetsof large In the streets where WHERE ARE YOUR sal salaries while the 1973 this list. Most pesticide in Starke
past ear. Fortunate! it (HOW LONG?? or attend the Cat-
none of the dogs t nas rabid the city at any time, might be struck by a DOLLARS GOING? budget requests $166,000, AN dealers are now asking for tleman's Meeting at the Court

but the next Instance day or night, unless said passing automobile, or sto- INCREASE OF $88,000. permits from customers before house in Lake Butler at 8
very dog is In an automobile or len by a passing pedestrian. June 11, 1973 selling restricted pesti-
might be a different stor>'. June 12, 1973 p.m. tonight (Thursday, June
Dog owners should keep a other conveyance, or unless As stated by the Jacksonville Editor Telegraph: Printing costs in 1972 were cides. Permits for purchaseof 14).
said dog is muzzled and Beach official, "The Editor approximately $600 Next restricted pesticides can
close watch on their animalsfor : Bradford County Telegraph
at least 14 days after is accompanied bj its master, solution to the problem lies I have reached the point year, out of our local tax be obtained by commercial
or some member of the within the dog owner's con- that I wonder how long my $14,300 will be spent agricultural producers from S a e a e e e a
the has bitten
and dog should also someone be sure, master's family, or unless science, his sense of civic fellow citizens In Bradford Re: Proposed 1973 74 AN IN&REASE of $13,700. (Included the Florida Department of Ag-

said dog Is fastened witha responsibility, and consideration County are going to allow school budget Is $5,000 for an offset riculture. Applications can be FORESTRYIN

to have the dog innoculated leash and held b.v Its of others." Mr. Goodman, Mr. Thompson printing press; $2,800 for paper made at your County Agent's

and Mr. Hall to tear Dear Sir: and supplies, $200 for office In Starke. BRADFORD COUNTYBy

down what not only was a contracted printing,$4,000 for *

good school system, but a The CHILD is the central a half time press operator,

Governors great one.These focus of the school system. $1,800 for a printing master Pasture managment shouldbe John

Republican Gloomy Teachers and schools existto maker, and $500 for office the concern of our cattle- .
gentlemen are mem- men even though there Is .
more '
renovation. At the time O'Mer.rr.
I serve the children. The same ,
bers of the School Board and,
grass now than we have had
child will be rationed
county staff exists ONLY to your
as such, control all the ma- 2 pieces of all year. Feed prices dictate a a1 a e a e e
Nixon Basks In FloridaThe jor decisions made read within it would our ers.serve BUT the ,children in the and proposed teach- and two pencils paper per per month.W. day. that we must produce as much
school system. and
grazing hay
as we
budget, in spite of drastic Last week I received a
seem every week, about new sibly can during this
L. Kilpatrick Deputy grazing
mood of l Republican vigorous new moves to com- jobsno new positions being Increases in the administrative request from my District
governors at the national bat rising costs. Wholesale to dry up supplies of already created. This, In itself, requests, NOT ONE! PEN- Superintendent of Public Instruction season. shortagesand Forester, A.G. McCullersto

meeting Nevada: last week prices in May soared two tight commodities, and wouldbe might not be so bad If we had NY MORE IS BUDGETED FOR says "it's a mat- high prices tells us that immediately proceed to South
difficult ter of county pride" that the we must get the most we can
to administer.The
was In marked with Florida with Alachua
contrast per cent over April, and the money to spare without YOUR CHILD'S CLASSROOM administration building has from our fertilizer dollar. County
the seemingly carefree appearance so far this year have gal- seemed to taking it away from our chil- SUPPLIES, or to reduce your Most Forester Don Rogers. The
governors been completely air-con pastures can use up
of President Nixon: loped upward at a twen "- dren's educational needs, suchas child's class size.Administrative large fires occurlng in Col-
view the nation's !No.; 1 pro- ditioned, renovated, and redecorated to 150 pounds of nitrogen,
to make a graduation speechat four per cent annual rate. the cut-back in teaching lier and Dade Counties were
blem the
Florida Tech in Orlando as economy--moreso personnel at Bradford High priorities while some coun- still raging, and new men

last Frlda,.". Since the President aban- even than Watergate--but the School and maybe other appear to be elsewhere. ty school classrooms hit tem- were needed to replace the
related. Thereis ,
two are closely peratures of 110 degrees in FFA
doned mandatory wage and schools in the County. Chapter&Deatltill overworked personnel pre-
doubt that credibilityof
no summer and 45 degrees In
According to a report from
sently on the fire.
tf.c meeting at Lake Tahoe, price controls in favor of government, at the state I During the 1972 campaignfor winter! $5,000 has been ten- OldClIrthou
the "self administered"Phase spent many years
the Republican Part' has and local level as well as Bradford County Superin- tatively budgeted for renova- The Florida Divlson of
III with the youth of our
in working
January, consu- tendent of Public Instruction
seemed In Washington, has been Impaired tion of administration build- had
never more crushed, have In such activities as .* Site Forestry set up an Opera-
mer prices soared nine county "RE-
or lacking in hope, since by the Watergate scan- Mr. Temple promised, ing bathrooms. How many tions Center at Monroe Sta-
PTA Girl Scouts March of
per cent at an adjusted annual DUCTION OF THE[ COUNTY
the early aftermath of the dal, and has shaken confidenceIn children will this benefit?The tion on the Tamiaml Trail.
Goldwater defeat in 1964. rate. These Increases clearly every phase of the govern- Dimes, and many more pro- PROFESSIONAL STAFF ." proposed budget will uniform The Bradford FFA Chapters The 30,000 acre Cypress
jects for one reason onlyI --
:Not only" Watergate, but the show that Phase III simply ment. ; children and will always Bradford County Telegraph, the bus drivers and employ (Jr. and &r.) gave a good Fire was still burning out
Is not working to hold down enjoy 2 1972))
state of the l',S. economy have an interest in Sept. groundsmen, carpenters and spring cleaning to the old of control, 10 miles to the
prices of basic things that For this reason, the gover- any- ( worthof courthouse last week
painters $7,000
were attributed as the cause thing that affects them. plus Northeast, when we arrivedat
of this pervading gloom at American consumers need to nors kept calling on the In fact, Mr. Temple will paint) all for the "mat- as'a part of their public Monroe Station.
buy, President to resolve Water- ter of pride." Approximately service project, "BuildingOur
the governor's meeting.But I the final blow came increase the county professional
gate and somehow, take the guess $3,500 will be invested In American Communities." Upon arrival, the first thing
staff from 19
when I read In the Gaines- employees -
:Mr. :Nixon chose to Some members of Congressfeel initiative again In solving ville Sun that a man, who ((1972) to 32 (proposed uniforms for maintenance and The Future Farmers have I did was jump into an Army

continue his silence and Inaction that the latest price urgent national problems that not only led our football teamto 1973 budget). This repre- bus drivers, and only $3,000for cleaned the grounds several National Guard Helicopterto
both escalation makes It almost directly affect the states. times In the go view the fire. From
on problemspre Cham- sents an Increase In salar- field trips for our children past, thereby
but State
ferring to spend his time certain that Congress will ButIr.: :Nixon, instead, pionships one, is not, capable of ies paid for all people above WHERE IS YOUR improving the looks of the the air the burned area look-

in a contrived effort to gain vote to impose a nlne -day was spending another "carefree" being an athletic director. the level of teacher IN EX- PRIDEin physical beautyon downtown area of Starke. ed enormous. Smoke was

favorable headlines and improve freeze on wages, prices, weekend at one of CESS of $170,000. Salary Increase the outside or quality edu- billowing everywhere, and

his public Image b.v profits, rents, and consumer- his three White (Houses (Key David Hurse has not for teachers is not cation in the classroom? The local chapters were below we could see Forestry
Biscayne) stopping off only six in the state who crews trying to
volunteering to make speech interest rates. But sucha en- mentioned.In among form a fire-
in an area that Is a hotbedof freeze Is bitterly opposedb route to bask In the warm been a coach over the years, WHERE ARE YOUR EDUCATIONAL were Gold Emblem winnersIn line around the head of the

Republicanism! and Nixon the White House on the adulation of Republican votersin he has been an advisor and office there DOLLARS GOING their BOAC projects at fire with bulldozers, armored
these the county ,
character-builder to
support--Orlando and Orange grounds that it would tendHOME Orange County 2 secretaries last ? Make your opinion the State FFA Conventionin personnel carriers, and fire
lie has were year;
Countj and where the only young men. always 8. Alsopro- known. Call your school board Daytona Beach this week. plows.It .
had one idea to get acrossto Temple proposes also work at the Brad-
dally newspaper is rab- members Attend the public They
for Is a
the athletes of Bradford posed purchase
idly pro-M\on: devoting NOTESFrom GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP ; $10,000 posting machine IN hearing for this budget in ford County Fairgrounds and takes a lot of time
High -
-- and
other community projects.The effort to forma
eight or more pages of its ADDITION the increase of July. on
I would not have it
Bradford County Historical firebreak In the wildsof
Saturday and Sunda Issues
Your Extension Signed
Home ? personnel In the purchasing
and any other way. would you Society has commended the Everglades. The
to pictures text depleting The 1972 budget
department 65 Concerned Teachers the FFA chapters for armored personnel carrier
the enthusiasm with which Economics Agent
If Coach Hurse is not included $78,000 for custod-
,/ Capable would first
the President was receivedin ,.. .1 Woo of their part In helping preservethe break the trail,
"! being athletic direc-
this Republican stronghold.In old courthouse as a his- followed by a dozer pushing
& tor, I, for will be interested
It BY KATHY BROWN : one, torical site.Mail. the felled trees and stumps.
r in finding out who
the meanwhile, back in Speaker Predicts Finally, a tractor and plow
is. Either Coach Hurse
way would
put the
:Nevada, the governors were finishing touches -
be put under the thumb
When you buy frozen foods :Not only can frozen foodsbe of J. L. Temple and his every Fraud on the flrellne.

soberl reviewing their pro- can you recognize those that contaminated In' the pro- whim.In Will Up FNCT Benefits"The On the second day Forest
blems and the nation's pro- have thawed and refrozen'? cess of thawing and refreezIng Rangers Jim Wilkinson

blems, which seemed to be Unfortunately, most thawing but they also lose their the past five months I Warning Marvin Tomlinson from and

mounting each day with lit- damage cannot be found until quality In texture, flavor, color think have all seen what National Guard is week and the union demandsan Starke Work Center arrived

tle light at the end of the the package is open. Damagewill and food value. The ''heat could we happen unless we can becoming the nation's first immediate remedy to these to supplement the crews already -
tunnel. show up in color change and serve" variety can be of defense under conditions In behalf of the
get a governing board and nota line new (FPR)..Commissioner of In the field. By late
for example, green vegetableswill especially dangerous if the programs that the executive Guard technicians. "We afternoon
Conner a favorable
rubber Doyle wind
DespiteIr.: :Nixon's: refusalto lose their meat is not cooked before stamp.In Agriculture
bright green full branch of the Governmentis are In hope that the Senate alerted Florida shift enabled the field
con- crews
recognize the seriousnessof color, peaches will turn serving. planning," according to will pass the first retirementbill today to form the firebreak
the situation, it was Water- brown closing, I would like to sumers to a fraudulent around
poultry and meat You Kenneth T, Lyons, President within the next two the entire head of
gate, and the lingering effects will have always returnto commend Mr. Lawson and Mr. scheme being advertised in the fire.
a darker, dry or of the National Association weeks, the speaker said, The fire had been
the store frozen food that containedand
of that sent the for making standon classified sections of
Watergate, burned look. Holliday a of Government Employees, "and we can also hope that the
is damaged. Also remember crews were pulled
THEY believe to be .
Republican Into what
part a newspapers.The
a featured speaker at the Congress will move swiftly out on the fourth
thawing from the market to day
tail spin. But more Ulan that, When buying frozen foods home freezer Is right for the school system. state meeting of the Florida to provide the men with advertisements
just are
your as
there was the long list of avoid taking packages that are undesirable as thawing that Congratulations gentlemen. National Guard Techniciansheld fringe benefits equal to those addressed to construction There was one trying mo-

growing needs, in education, stacked above the freezer line before in the Starke Armory of other Government employees. ment after the field crews had
housing, welfare, and other occurs you buy --Patricia E. Spengler workers, truck drivers heavy been
which is marked inside of the frozen foods well Saturday, June 9. pulled out. A spot-
as as individuals
social areas, as \well the equipment operators, or -
as over
freezer cabinet. Feel the pac- was observed by one
Increasingly! serious energy kage and make sure it is and poultry, just before leav- After a barbecue dinner, President of the FNGT Is seeking employmentin of the Division pilots recon-

crisis. firm. If there are ice crys- ing the store and have them a dance was enjoyed by mem- Edward F. Cole of Starke, those trades. The ad- nIng the area. Immediately,

tals on the outside, this usually packaged together. You should bers of the union and their who is employed at Camp vertisements indicate a need a B-26 air tanker (on loan
them home and freeze
A fresh surge of inflationin means the package has get them wives. Blanding. He stated that for employees and state thatno from the U.S. Forest Service)

recent weeks has placedthe been warmed and: refrozen. quickly. My Neighbors"Oh for many years the technicians experience is required and was called In to make aerial

White House under extreme Also watch for torn, crushedor If you have other errands, Lyons also predicted that were not under civil that applicants will be trained. drops of chemical retardant

pressure to announce juice-stained packages. shop for groceries last" Congress would enact legis- service, and under present The source of these advertisements to attempt to contain the

lation this year correctingmany laws receive only partial is two firms blaze. After three drops, the

of the inequities that credit toward retirementfor operating out of.Indianapolis spotover was controlled.

exist pertaining to retirement the years worked prior Indiana utilizing seven different

BRADFORD benefits, pay, and health care to 1969. names; the approach is When I left on the seventh

1tE CO for National Guard technicians the same and offers the en- day, the fire was still con-

l who were 'describedby Another speaker at the ticement of high and no tained but potentially dangerous. -
ACirvE 13 : the speaker as "a unique meeting was Charles Hickey requirement for experienceplus A good soaking rain
MEMetE trtrgrap1 breed of employeestheywork vice president of NGAE. training. will be needed before firefighters -

O 1 ":.I r 40 hours a week as When In that area can
O application is made in
roa'lrj civilians and have to reporton :::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::;; :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: again be at ease.

N,. BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN: M. MILLER. 7r-J' C ...++= cI They weekend keep our for military nation duty.defense response vertisements to the applicant the ad.is It was quite an experience

Published Publishers I weapons ready, and yet FLAG DAY then requested by phone to being part of the overall
each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, receive little recognition In send in a sum of money, firefighting operation In
Fla. under
Act of
March 3. 1879. the way of cost of living usually $195 for training South Florida It made

Subscription rate in trade area: 56 per year: J3.50 six months. benefits and retirement" manuals. The manuals are of me appreciate the good job

phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: 17 per year: 14.00 six months. Starke little value or not sent at all our Forest Rangers have
Fla. boy-that'a what I Lyons said that Congress and employment in the trades fires been doing in combating wild-

wanna be when I grow up I" hears from the NGAE this through these companies area. in the North florida

simply does not materialize.

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er of the following certificates 1373. .;
I will not be responsiblefor Gilbert S. Brown Clerk NOTICE OF SUIT By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. By Gary Wbe l. I
has filed said certificates fora TO: ALBERT JONES Clerk of the Circuit Courtof ; r By Josephine Fontaine
debts made by anyone tax deed to be Issued there By Beulah M. Moody, D.C, Bradford
Whereabouts unknown
other than myself.Irving Tho- on. The certificate numbers Clerk of Circuit Court of You hereby notified that 5/24 4t 6/14 County, FloridaNOTICE BOX SUPPER and Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine,

mas. 6/14 2tp 6/21 and years of Issuance, the Bradford County, Florida. an action are for Divorce has been Promotion Sunday was an Ladles, don't forget to pack and of course Mr. Bruno.
description of the property, 5/24 4t 6/14 filed against you ALBERT exciting day as many movedup a pretty box with supper for If you have news, birth-

NOTICEJohnny and the names In which it was JONES and you are requiredto OF TAX SALE to new classes. Special two, for tomorrow night at days, wedding anniversaries -

Barrett assessed are as follows: NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR serve a copy of your writ- Notice is hereby given that recognition was shown to those the City Hall, at 7:30.: Men, or any other news it for at
has made Certificate No. 31. Year of TAX DEED ten defenses, if any to It, on the 22nd day of June 1973 having perfect attendance for don't forget to bring your our paper, please leave
Application to the Bradford the General Store Post Office -
Issuance 1971 on the Petitioner's attorney beginning 12:00: Noon Starke, the 72-73 Sunday School year. billfolds and buy the box of ,
Sec. 194.16 F.S.
County Zoning Board for re- Description of Property NW NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN whose name and address is County; of Bradford, State of Those having perfect atten- your choice that will be auctioned or call 468-1152 before
of the properly 1/4 of NE 1/4 Of SW 1/4 Ex that The County of Bradford, R. Franklin Bitch, P. O. Box Florida, tax sale certificates dance were: Gloria Crews off to the highestContests bid I noon.

described MS. below from OR to R/W Lying E of Kingsley Rd the holder of; the following 879, Starke, Florida 32091 and will be sold on the following Guy Stalnaker, Tia Thornton, der. will be the ugliest I """"" """"'" ...... ...............................,
That Sec: 25,T-5-S, R-22. certificates has filed said file the original with the clerkof described land to pay the a- Charlotte WhItehead, Mark man and the prettiest
portion In Section 33- Name In which assessed: tificates for cer- the above styled court on mount due for taxes herein Jones, Timmy Jones, Shane lady. Cake walks, win good JacksonvilleDirectory
6s-22E which a tax deed to
100. East of Willie Strong be Issued thereon. The or before June 18,1973:other- set opposite the same, together Thornton, Joey Stalnaker, cakes. Don't miss the fun
Hwy of certificate -
Hwy 100- All of said property being wise Judgment be entered with Marty Ricks, Penny Stalnaker of the old-fashioned box supper -
A and :South: of SCL numbers and a may advl ertising.such
RR 3- In the County of Bradford, Issuance the yearsof against you for the relief sale and all Chanda Padgett, Valerie There will also be a
A.This State of Florida. descriptionof demanded. in the com- 418-00100 Unknown Jones, Suzann Thornton, Pam nice door prize.
change in the property, and the names
classification Unless That of Gov't Lots Stalnaker Virginia Kenny
such certificate or plaint or petition. portion ,
In which it
Is subject to a public certificates shall be redeemed was assessed are Witness my hand and the 7 & 8 which lies North of Mike Ricks, and Gwen, Crys- FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS
hearing to be held on Tues- according to law the pro- as follows: seal of said Court on May Santa Fe River Sec. 18 Twp. tal, Donna, and Cynthia Thorn- Mrs. Rota White, from Alabama -
Certificate No.
93. Year of
day 26th at 7:30 PM perty; described In such cer- 21st 1973. 7S Rge 20E 40 Acres and her son, Emmett, Auto Sales and Service
Issuance 1966.Description
In the County Commissionroom tificate $65.70 ton.Outstanding students of the Jr. visiting here with
or certificates will Gilbert S. BrownAs $1.97 $3.38 $.15, are
at the Bradford Coun- be sold to the highest bid- Com 866' of E Property& : Clerk of said Court Adv. cost $14.70. total 7120. year were: Guy Stalnaker, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parriah Motors
Court House 30' of
ty at which time
der at the Landa and Cynthia Thornton Tom Hardy.
court house dooron
By Beulah M. Moody as
SW : ,
Cor of NWi/4 of SW1N /4
persons Interested shall Monday In Month of July, Deputy Clerk J. R. KELLY Franky and Ginger Crews, Mr. and Mrs. John Holll- SALES
200' E
be heard for or against the 1973, which is the 16th day for 100', N 5/24 4t 6/14 TAX COLLECTOR TImmy Jones, Connie Moody, field and son Terry went on naVlCE
proposal, as specified In the of July at 11:00 AM 1973. 50' W 100', S 50', to FOB, BRADFORD COUNTY, and Paul Johns. Each received a two weeks vacation trip PARTS VOLVO

Zoning Code of Bradford Dated this 7th day of June Sec 22..T-6-S, R-22-E. FLORIDA a trophy for outstanding to Mexico. On the way back

County.John 1973. Name In which assessed: In The Circuit Court Eighth 5/24 4t 6/14 achievement. Well done, stu- they brought their son and
Always flood Used Can
Torode, Chairman Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk DIXIE ACCEPTANCE CORP. Judicial Circuit of Florida dents. family, Mr and Mrs. Leon
Bradford County Zoning OF STUART.All Hollifleld home from White Ml Laura st. Pk. 35aBINrraaa..a
By Beulah M. Moody In and For Bradford County .
Board. Clerk of Circuit Court of of said property beingin CIVIL ACTION NOTICE Sands Missile Range in New :
6/14 2t 6/21 Bradford County, Florida. the County of Bradford, Case No. 73-122 ORDINANCE NO.- Mexico.' They have been sta- PIANOS

6/14 4t 7/5 State of Florida. CECELIA B. CRISES & Bradford County, Florida Lights Out Service at Pine tioned there, with the Army PIANOSCONN
Unless such certificate or Level was a real successas for the past two years.
In the Circuit Court of the certificates shall be redeemed MANNING EDWARD CRIBBS, CONSIDER THE ENACT- the choir and special groups Mrs. Patsy Harvey and family and KIMBALL
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida Circuit Court of The according to law the pro- her husband Plaintiffvs- MENT OF A COUNTY OR brought special music. Ap- came down from Geor- ORfJANS
In and For Bradford Eight Judicial Circuit Florida perty described In such cer- ADOPTION Defendant DINANCE. TO: ALL CITIZENS preciation is expressed to gia for the graduation of her
County. Case No. 73134IN In and For Bradford tificate or certificates will NOTICE OF SUIT TAXPAYERS AND those of the Pine Level Choir, sister Rum Roark, from
RE: The Marriage of County. Case No. 73-143 be sold to the highest bidderat NO PROPERTYTO OTHER INTERESTED. PAR church members, and to the Bradford County High School.
IRENE KNOWLES, Petitioner IN RE: The Marriage of the court house door on : TIES. visitors of the community Both are daughters of Mr.
and JAMES KNOWLES BELVAEICHOLTZ, Petitioner Monday In Month of June, ADDRESS UNKNOWN You and each of you are by their presence made this and Mrs. Bruce Roark. All
Respondent. and ROY EICHOLTZ, Re 1973, which is the 25m day YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED hereby and herewith given notice another blessed service. returned home, after a three-
NOTICE OF SUIT spondent.NOTICE of June, 1973. that an action for Adoption that the Board of County day visit; except Mickey.
TO: JAMES KNOWLES, Residence OF SUIT Dated this 21st day of May of Minor Children has Commissioners of Bradford Mickey Harvey, grand-
Unknown. TO: Roy Eicholtz, Route 1, been filed against you and County, Florida, at their reg- daughter of Mr and Mrs. KIMKAI.I: "SWIN(!ERW
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Box 90, Creston, Ohio. 1973.Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk you are required to serve a ular meeting at 9:30 A.M., Monday evening a special Ice Bruce Roark, is spending a ORGANS
FIED that an action for dis- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- By Beulah M. Moody DC copy of your written defenses Monday, July 2, 1973, will Cream Supper was held at part of the summer vacation Root.v.It Mall 388-8519
solution of marriage has been FIED that an action for Dissolution Clerk of Circuit Court of if any to It, on the plain consider the enactment of a Pine Level for. the former with the Roarks. 2929 N. W. 13th Goin..ylll.
filed against you and you are of Marriage has been Bradford County, Florida tiff's attorney, whose name County Ordinance to be titiAn pastor, Rev. Donald Ramsey, DonnIe Hugh Crawford is
required to serve a copy of filed against you and you are 5/24 4t 6/14 and address Is Hon. GeorgeH. ed: his wife, and two children, the proud winner of first place FURNITURE
your written defenses, If any, required to serve a copy of Pierce, Starke, Floridaand Ordinance providing for Stacey and Jerry. The stopped In the Art Show at the VA
to It on SHAW AND KOPE- your written defenses, if any, file the original with the the establishment and main- by to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hospital. It was sponsoredby FURNITUREAT
LOUSOS, Attorneys for Petitioner to It on SHAW AND KOPE- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO clerk of the above styled courton tenance of a Law Library Owen Alvarez, Jr. on their the Elks Club(Gainesville). DttCOUNICompl.t. .
whose address Is 142 LOUSOS, Attorneys for Petitioner REGISTER FICTITIOUS or before June 18, 1973: In the County Court Houseof way to Georgia. Bro. Ramseyis The winner was a weavingart .
West dan Street P. O. Box whose address Is NAME otherwise a Judgement may Bradford County, Florida now pastoring at the Fel- of a sail boat. It was Household 1 I
1086, Starke, Florida, 32091 142 West Call St., P. 0. Box Notice is hereby given that be entered against you for ; providing tor a Board of lowship Baptist Church in Me- such a beautiful work of art Furni, thinqt
and file the original with the 1086, Starke, Fla. 32091, and the undersigned, Mrs. A. J. the relief demanded in the Trustees to make rules and squite, Texas. that it was sent on to the
Clerk of the above-styled file the original with the Clerk Barry, 1217 Bessent Road, complaint or petition. regulations governing said library State Contest in Miami and Up Tfl 40% Savings
Court: on or before July 16, of the above-styled; Court on Starke, Fla. 32091, Intendsto WITNESS my hand and the ; providing method of there it won second place.
1973, otherwise a judgmentmay or before July 18, 1973, other- engage in business under seal of said Court on May appointment and term of said Congratulations to Mr. Craw- Boxley Chair Co.

be entered against you wise a Judgement may &b entered the fictitious name The Magic 18, 1973. trustees; providing for meth- All fathers will be recog- ford. 64? Co..." 1 Blorlr
for the relief demanded In against you for the relief Needle, in Starke, Fla. mail- Gilbert S. BrownAs od of maintenance and administration -- nized next Sunday on Father's
MOJacktonvOI. .
the Complaint. demanded In the Com- Ing address P. O. Box 548, Clerk of said Court ; declaring Law Library Day at Pine Level Church, as BIRTHDAYSRoy From
WITNESS my hand and the plaint. Starke, Fla. 32091, and that By: Beulah M, MoodyAs to be County purpose; follows: the oldest father (In Hart celebrated his 13th l.. 3119.\\1.,

seal of said Court on the WITNESS my hand and the she will register said name Deputy Clerk providing for the establish- the Lord) in the service; the birthday with his parents at
11th day of June, 1973. seal of said Court on the with the Clerk of the Cir- (Court Seal) ment and maintenance of same youngest father (in the Lord); a dinner In Jacksonville.Mrs. AUTO ELECTRIC
Gilbert S. Brown, as Clerkof 5th day of June 1973. cuit Court, Bradford County, 5/24 4t 6/14 out of costs to be taxed by the father On the Lord) with Barbara Bruno cele- '
Said Court Gilbert S. Brown, As Florida. Mrs. A. J. Barry, the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof the largest family present In brated her birthday this month F A VY Brothers

By: Beulah M. Moody, Deputy Clerk of Said Court sole owner. Dated this 25th In the Circuit Court of Eighth Bradford County; Florida, the service; the oldest grand- with a dinner with friendsat Electric Co..
Clerk By: Donna M. Branson, day of May 1973. Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn against all Civil Suits, act- father (In the Lord) In the St. Augustine Those pre-
FIRST PUBLICATION: June 5/31 4t 6/21 and For Bradford County Ions or proceedings instituted service. sent at the dinner were Mr. Alternator Starters

14 1973 DeptDeputy Clerk CIVIL ACTION In the Circuit Court of 1111111 11111 a 1111111111 DI'1JLI.Jl and Mrs. Niles Scott and Mr. Generators Regulator
6/14 4t 7/5 FIRST PUBLICATION: June Case #7343T. Bradford County, or the County -
14 1973 In The Circuit Court of Florida M. EDWARDS, single Court of Bradford County; proposal, as specified in the AUTO TRUCK .
6/14 4t 7/3 Eighth Judicial Circuit Plaintiffvs- LOIS HAGAN, providing an effective date. Zoning Code of Bradford Occasionally, we long fora
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR In and For Bradford County. DELIA COVINGTON, ROSE Please be governed accordIngly simpler day, when there. ESEL. .
TAX DEED IN Ph\OB ATE TYSON, JESSE TYSON & County.John Torode, Chairman were fewer profound commentators .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Case No. JOHNNY TYSON Defendant Bradford County Board of Bradford County Zoning and every ques.tim 4044 Lenox As,'. Jax.
EN that N. R. McLeod the TAX DEED CARRIE had only two sides.e .
In re: Estate of NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY County; CommissionersBy 387.2528
holder of the following cer- Sec 194.16, F. S. WARD, deceased. : Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk 67p4t 6/28 e e .
tificates has filed said cer- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll (SEAL) ,

tificates for. a tax deed to that The County; of Brad- creditors of the estateof TO: JESSE TYSON, Ad- 6/7 2t 6/14
be Issued thereon. The cer- ford the holder of the follow- CARRIE WARD, deceased, dress unknown
tificate numbers and yearsof ing certificates has filed said are hereby notified and required YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- NOTICE .
Issuance, the descriptionof certificates for a tax deed to file any claims or FIED that an action to Petition ORDINANCE NO.-
the property, and the names to be issued thereon. The demands which they may have the following propertyIn Bradford County; Florida .
In which It was assessed areas certificate numbers and yearsof against said estate in the office Bradford County, Florida: NOTICE OF INTENT TO ,
follows: issuance, the descriptionof of the Circuit Judge of The South Half of Lot Eight CONSIDER THE ENACT-
Certificate No. 13. Year of the property, and the namesIn Bradford County, Florida, In (8) or the Southeast Quarterof MENT OF A COUNTY OR- -
Issuance 1971.Description. which it was assessed are the Courthouse Starke, Flo- Southeast Quarter of Sec- DINANCE. To: ALL CITIZENS -
of Property: as follows: rida, within six calendar tion 13, Township 6 South, TAXPAYERS AND FIRST TOHANDY
Beg at !NE Cor of NE 1/4 Certificate No. 94. Year of months from the date of the Range 21 East Containing OTHER INTERESTED PAR
of NW 1/4 and run SWly 339 Issuance 1966.Description. first publication of this no Forty (40) Acres, more or TIES.
1/2 Ft for POB SWly 210 Ft, of Property: tice. Each claim or demand less. You and each of you are WAY'
W 210 Ft, NEly 210 Ft, Ely Commence 866', E & 30', must be In writing and must has been filed against you hereby and herewith given notice -
210 Ft to FOB Sec 28, T- N of SW Cor of NWI/4 t N state the place of residenceand and you are required to servea that the Board of County

7-S, R-21 250', E 200', for FOB E 100' post office address of copy of your written defen- Commissioners of Bradford
Name In which assessed: N 50', W 100', S 50', to FOB the claimant and must be ses, If any to It, on the plaintiffs County, Florida, at their reg- i and then make tracks ,
Mrs. Kate Morgan Est. In OR Bk 25-485 Sec 22, sworn to by the claimant, attorney, whose name ular meeting at 9:30 A.M.,
All of said property beingIn T-6-S, R-22-E. his agent, or his attorney, and address is Hon. GeorgeH. Monday, July 2, 1973 will
the County of Bradford, Name in which assessed: or it will become void according Pierce, P. O. Drawer 1030. consider the enactment of a to the beach pool parka
State of Florida. PIONEER FINANCE CO. to law. Starke, Florida and file the County Ordinance to be titl- ,
Unless such certificate or All of said property; beingIn Dated this 22nd day of May, original with the clerk of the ed:

certificates shall be redeemed the County of Bradford, A. D., 1973. above styled court on or before An Ordinance defining, cla- or just to own t
according to law the pro- State of Florida. /sHarry L. McDowell June 18, 1973: otherwisea rifying and regulating con- your
perty described In such cer- Unless such certificate or Executor of the Estate of Judgement may be entered tractors and the business of
tificate or certificates will certificates shall be redeemed CARRIE WARD, deceased. against you for the relief demanded contracting; creating the backyard.You'll
be sold to the highest bidderat according to law the George H. Pierce In the complaint or Bradford County Construction .

the court house door on property described In such AttorneyP. petition. Industry Licensing Board,designating
Monday In Month of July, 1973, certificate or certificates will O. Drawer 1030 WITNESS my hand and the its members and
which is th 16th day of July be sold to the highest bidderat Starke. Florida 32091 seal of said Court on May 18, prescribing its powers, duties find all the goodies on our shelves .

I at 11:00 A.M.,1973. the court house door on First Publication on May 31, 1973. and responsibilities;prescribing -
, Dated this 7th day of June, Monday In Month of June, 1973 Gilbert S. BrownAs qualifications, and -
1973. 1973, which Is the 25th day 5/31 4t 6/21 Clerk of said Court providing for the registration, and you'll get our "almost instant" service

Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk of June, 1973. By: Beulah M. MoodyAs ; examination and certification,

By Beulah M. Moody Dated this 21st day of May In The Circuit Court of Flo- Deputy Clerk of contractors, the renewal ,
Clerk of Circuit Court of 1973.Gilbert rida Eighth Judicial Circuit (Court Seal) thereof and making certain exceptions at no extra cost Why do we give our

Bradford County, Florida S. Brown, Clerk In and For Bradford County. 5/24 4t 6/14 and exemptions; pro- .
6/14 4t 7/5 By Beulah M. Moody, DC IN PROBATE viding for payment and col-
customers such service?
Clerk of Circuit Court of Case NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR lection of fees In connection good .

NOTICE Bradford, County, Florida In re:Estate of Carrie Ward, TAX DEED therewith and the use and dis-

The Bradford County Zon- 5/24 4t 6/14 deceased. Sec. 194.16 F. S. position thereof; making cer- --Just because that's why "
ing Board has made Applica- NOTICE OF PROBATETO NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, tain acts unlawful and pre- ev

tion to the Bradford County NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR ALL PERSONS INTER- that The County of Bradford, scribing penalties thereforand
Zoning Board for reclassification TAX DEED ESTED IN TIlE ESTATE OF the holder of the following the effective date of this la

of the property des- Sec. 194.16, F.S. SAID DECEDENT.You certificates has filed said cer- ordinance. I

cribed below from RI-B to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, are hereby noticed that tificates for a tax deed to Please be governed accord- v\ I L When you're in a .
be Issued The
thereon. cer-
Rl-C. that The County of Bradford a written Instrument purpor- Bradford ,
That portion of Sections 31 the holder of the following ting to be the Last Will and tificate numbers and yearsof County' Board of hurry to get
and 32-6S-22E South and East certificates has filed said cer- Testament of said decedenthas issuance, the descriptionof County CommissionersBy off.
and South the property and the namesIn : Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk ,
of Alligator Creek tificates for a tax deed to be been admitted to probatein your feet. .
and West of City Limits of issued thereon. The certifi- this Court. You are here- which It was assessed are 6//7 AL)
Starke and that portion of cate numbers and year of by commanded within six cal- as follows: 2t 6/14 Make us .
of Hwy Certificate No. 72'; Year of your
Section 5-7S-22E Issuance, the description of endar months from the date
301 and West of SCL RRwhlchlies the property, and the namesIn of the first publication of this Issuance 1966.Description. NOTICE next to last
North of the Industrial which It was assessed are notice to appear in this Court of Property: and .,
Mrs. W. B. Conerly
Zoned area. Said property follows and show cause,' if any you Beg 396'% W & 210', N of stop.
: have
I comprises all of Lincoln City.; as Certificate No. 59. Year of can, why the action of this SE Cor of SE1/4 of SW1/4, Mr.made Wilson B. Conerly to the Brad '

This change In classification Issuance 1966.Description. Court in admitting said Will E 210', N 210', W 210'% S ford County Application Zoning Board for .,
I is subject to a public of Property: to probate should not stand 210', to Beg. Sec 16, T-6- reclassification of the pro- "

hearing to be held on Tues- 1 Lot 50' N&S by 50' E&WIn unrevoked.s. S, R-22-E. perty described below from -
day June 26th at 7:30: PM SW Cor of Sl/4 of NW1/4 / George L. Patten Name In which assessed: EA to Rl-A I

In the County Bradford Commission County of NWl/4 E of RR Sec 35, Circuit Judge FIRST MTG. CORP. OF STU- Sec. 8-6s-22E. Beg. SE Cor
at the George H. Pierce
room which time T-5-S, R-22-E. ART. of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4, W. 205.-
Court House P.O. Drawer 1030
Interested shall Name In which assessed: All of said property beingin 60% N. 341.32', it;. 713.2S' to
all persons the LACY GREEN.All Starke, Fla. 32091 the County of Bradford, W R/W of Hwy 16 SEly on
be heard for or against for Executor
of said property beingin Attorney State of Florida. W. R/W 365.35', W 606.65'
in the
proposal, as Code specified of Bradford the County of Bradford, First Publication on May 31, Unless such certificate or to FOB; 5.97 am/1 Sec. 17- HandulDaiiFOOD
Zoning State of Florida. be redeemed NW
certificates shall 6s"-22E. 1/4 of NW .v 4.
County;John Torode, Chairman Unless such certificate or 5/31 4t 6/21 according to law the property 40-A Sec. 18-6S-22E. NE. 1/4
Bradford County Zoning certificates shall be redeemed described in such certificate of NE 1/4, 40-A.
Board according to law the pro NOTICEIn or certificates will This change in classification -

6/14 2t 6/21 perty described In such certificate The Circuit Court of Florida be sold to the highest bid- Is subject to a public STORES
or certificates will Eighth Judicial Circuit, der at the court house dooron hearing to be held on Tues-
be sold to the highest bidderat In and For Bradford County Monday in Month of June day, June 26, at 7:30 P.M.
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR the court house door on Case No: 73-133 1973, which is the 25 day of In the County Commissionroom
TAX DEEDNOTICE'ISHEREB'Y'GIVEN Monday In Month of June 1973, ELLA LOUISE JONES, June, 1973. at the Bradford County
194.18 F.S. which Is the 25th day of June, Wife/Petitioner and ALBERT Dated this 21st day of May Court House at which time CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR YOU

1,973.Dated JONES Husband/Respondent., 1973. all persona Interested shall
that Alice Hamilton the hold- this 21st day of May, Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk be heard for or against the

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!'P1. 12 TELEGRAPH Jon.14. 1973

97 Graduate Sanders Subs In


CourtBradford ,
From VoTechGraduation Office Phon. Keystone
County Court the post. 473-4424 f'b Hot,. 475-1464

exercises for systemsDouglas Bennett, Judge Elzle Sanders has been Judge Sanders has also just
Loretha Bradley Clay,George
Cason Jr.,. RufusJ. appointed to serve as tem- recently been advised by the
f dents of the Bradford- Tommie Frederick Goetaman, JackyL. special On
l-olon VocationalTechnicalCenter Dixon, Larry K. Goodall, Grlffls, Louise Lanetta porary Circuit Judge In Bradford attorney general's office that
were held Wednesday Thomas B. Grant Clinton Grlffls, Sheila Dickens Han- County until June 30, Chief Judge Murphree may
the 6 In the Bradford Mid- B. Grlflls, Doyce A. Grlffls, ley, Jeffrey Bruce Hirkey replacing Circuit Court Judge assign him to try violationsof
:le School gymnasium.The Timothy L. Harvey, L. J. Marie Doeraln HornsbyJohnny George L. Patten who has Starke's municipal ordin- AWNINGS $169.95
Invocation was directed Kite, Jr., Paul O. Landry, Johnson, Gary Frank Jor- recently been admitted to a ances since the city has a-
t y the Rev. Erik T. Johnsons, Henry O. Lawson, Eddie J. dan, Richard Thomas Mc- Gainesville hospital.The dopted an ordinance abolish- 10 20' 'In tall.d
I' 'Wle guest speaker Jesse Lewis, James R. McCarhty, Laughlin, Brenda Gay Oll- appointment came from ing Its municipal court. X Do.. Not Include Floor .
,r. Burt, a consultant In David L. Martin, Jerry E. phant, Lillian Colleen Powell, chief judge of the 8th Judicial According to Sander's let-
Redding, Thomas D. Rye, Circuit, John A. H. Mur- FANTASTIC SAVINGSOn
community relations, wel- Joseph Leon Reynolds, Eo Sanders ter to Atty. Gen. Robert She-
romed the graduates and Ralph A. Thornton, and line Anita Smith, Helen Col- phree. has been a via the ordinance became effective
member of the
wests." The 97 adults In- Charles Wllklson. leen Starling and ChesterH. Florida Bar
for five of with the end of the Skirting & Hurricane Tie Downs.
as Monday
year ,
luded 16 adults who recelvd Electronic technologyRo Stevenson. session and
high school diplomas. bert K. McConkey, James thus qualifying him to fill the 1973 office legislative of city judge Is ?_ ._.____ This Month Only
Certificates awarded to Warren Whatley, Ulysses

graduates were as follows In various: fields Woods Charles, B.Larry Cowart E. Knepper and Arthur -, KH Gulf Team vacant.It also. advised Sanders that SCOTT'S MOBILE HOME REPAIR SERVICE

Automotive mechanics-David Industrial Gibson Loudon.drafting-Timothy fines and forfeitures arising CAN DO IT ALL .
Doyle Gregory Glover, from trial of violations of
Benton Stegall ScottS.Berge, R. DIxon, Richard Thomas Keeps On WinningThe ordinances and traffic offenses -
McLaughlin, Bryon Flowers,
Timothy Allen Goetzman. Ronald Eugene Kilby, Jerry within the city should be Air Conditioners Fla. 1 Rooms( Skirting,
Building trades, carpentry-
David Wayne Elland, Dwight Lee Newman, David L. Roberts CUNNINGHAM GULF game was tied after paid monthly to the City Furnaces Screen Rooms Insurance Claims
Clyde Green, David W. Mc Marshall Paul Floyd DOMINATES MEN'S LEAGUE two Innings at 6-6, and Bald- Starke. Cool Seal Concrete Patios
Cutchen, and David Francis and Chester H. Stevenson. Cunningham Gulf, after winning win managed just one hit dur- Chief Judge Murphree, who Awnings.
Wager. Radio and TV repair-John the first half of the Men's ing the remainder of the game contributed 30
Henry Berry, Ralph L. Byrd while Gulf banged out 16 hits over yearsto '-
Building trades, masonry- Softball League continues to the judiciary, has recently Let
Anthony Wayne Lambas. Daryl Hillard, James Wayne play winning ball as they remain and 13 runs.Kemeth been designated Chief Judge
Teston, Roy E. Bryant Carlton providedthe 'rF'"#
Clothing constructionEleseM. undefeated aftert three Emeritus and Judge John J. Scou's
Griffin, Merle Betty Mann, Charles T. Green, Jeffrey games In the second half. power and Terri Hardee Crews was nominated and e- ......... --'r',
Betty Ann Cummings, ShirleyAnn Bruce Hirkey, Earnest Earl They have defeated Hamp- provided the hits as Carlton lected to succeed him as Chief -r Jlake
Jones! 1.Paula Ann Held Woodard, and Willie James ton, First Baptist and Bald- blasted two home runs, Including Judge of the Eighth Judicial '
Vanessa Williams.Commercial Jackson. win Chevrolet. a bases loaded shot rr
cooking and Vocational office education, Tuesday night, June 5, Cun- In the last Inning to end the Circuit. [i E" y
bakingLillian Colleen clericalDeborah Catherine ningham took on First Bap- game. Hardee had four hits
Bobo, Mai torn Jean Covlngton, In five to the two year term will begin PIr MoGite
Powell, Sarah Bradley Eollne tist In the first game of a trips plate. I of
Anita Smith, Paul Edward:; Melody Valyne Cross, Patsy double header and downed the Standings: Cunningham 3- The July 1973. ;' Ill '. + t1N
Cohens, and James Lee Ann Dickinson, Elese M. Church team, 12-5. Cunning 0, Baldwin 1-1, First Baptist Judge Elect also fl erne
Sewell. Griffin, Rosie Doretha Hud- ham rapped out 18 base hits 1-1, Lawtey 0-1, Hampton 0- appointed T. A. Yawn as Administrative -
Cosmothology B. Marie son, Deborah Kay Lewis,Merle to the Church's, nine hits. Judge of the ""._... w.l ook Uke
Blom, Betty M. Green, BettyJ. Betty Mann Sandra Marie The Church had things go- 2.Schedule: Thursday June 14, min Criminal M. Tench Department, AdministrativeJudge Benja- :::::- +.nna..nnn, '."........., .
Harris, Joyce Marie John- Morgan, Shellee Marcelle Ing their way during the first Lawtey vs Hampton, 8:45: p.m. T 1 fl.'!
son, Wanda J. MandrellNan- Smith, Helen Coleen Starling, three Innings as they led 4- Monday, June 18, Hampton of the Civil Department;
cy Juleene Norton, Katy L. and Dora Laverne Jenkins. 1. Cunningham got their bats vs First Baptist, 8:45: p.m. and R. A. Green, Jr., Admin- Cull Scott's 473-4424 About Their
Smith, Edith Fale Smith and Vocational office education- going In the fourth as they Tuesday, June 19, Lawteyvs istrative Judge of the Juvenile -
Patricia Dennis Mooneyham.Data secretarial Brenda Jean scored two runs, added five Baldwin, 7:30 p.m.; Cun- Probate, Incompetencyand Awning Special .
ProcessingMary Bass, Martha Sue Buckley, more In the fifth and four ningham vs Hampton, 8:45: Trust Department, for looaoooooooo
Frances Goodge, Ronnie Joe Gall Cowart, Sandra Cuffee, In the seventh. p.m. the Eighth Circuit.
Moss, Elizabeth Ann CoxRoy Debra Katherine Dyal, Naomi Kenneth Carlton and Dwayne
Dale Norman, and Merry Mann and Cheryl Ann Phillips. Hardee led Gulf with three
Louise Williams. High school diplomas- hits each. Steve Bushore had
Diesel Mechanics HarveyH. Daniel Lee Allen, Scott S. two hits Including a solo home
Baker, Leslie Crews, Jr., Berge, Harry Lee Blocker, run to lead off the seventh
Andrew Jackson Knight, Sarah Bradley, Donnie Allen Inning. EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice] FOOD
Burch, George William Ca-
Charles Patrick Sapp. The second game of the
Diesel fuel Injections banaugh, Julius C. Chandler, night saw Baldwin Chevrolet .
waltz past winless Hampton Pantry
16-1. Hampton managed just FAIR
four hits while Baldwin had SIRLOIN
GAINESVILLE 18. Willie Griggs had a per- &
fect night at the plate with
his three base hits. Bald- STEAKS SUPERMARKETS
win's big Inning came In the BEANS8l
Business DirectoryAUTO fourth as they plated nine STARKE'S

runs to blow the game out. tiil19i: ; Q 320 S. WALNUT ST.

First Baptist took on Law- ..,
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.0. '0* eu 116oz on
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES tey Skating Rink, Thursday, $159 ..11. .o'u,{ I OOOO THRU
June 7 In close match -10 .' Y3 QU" ""
and a .,._T.Run.;
BRASINGTON Johnson FarU Inc. the Church came out on top, .I ',.I w.a,,pluurf t la teamU.S.D.A.
10-7 14-
outfitting Lawtey
& SERVICE Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS 12.Dewey McKInney and Ran- 4 IIILIu COUPONSEvcryDayLowPrkc

Fin selection of Utod Cart dall McGee provided the stick CENTER CUT
Token On Cadillac Trade* We Kent Fertilixer Spreaders power for Baptist as McKIn- BONELESSFULL CUT i I SLICED 1 /4
2001 224 N.W. 6th Ph. 378-0476 "mm
N.W. 13th Ph. 378-530 ney had a perfect night get- CHUCK
hits and '_" ,
ting four scoring '
hits Including a three run
POWELL'S LIDDELL homer. Brian Johns and Larry ROAST

Beauty Academy Brown Lawtey provided, each getting the power three for STEAKS i ,,,=.

Learn a Profession In Your Glass CompanySpar. hits. Johns had a two run
Tim, homer In the seventh. feaaf l49 ;I f 2 TO
Spar. Full or PartTime For Every Purpose" Cunningham picked up their $ | j 79 ( 8AC
Store Fronts Mirrors third win Monday, June 11, 3 LB

219 N.W. 10 th 378-2766 **. Furnitures Tub Enclosures Tops --GlassR.plac.d Showers vrolet as they, 19-6.blasted Cunningham Baldwin Che-had all LB $!%$:J i i .CHOICE LB !! PKG.

their bats hot for this con-
test as they rapped out 22 EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice

Motor Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville eight. CHUCK SLICED s ss

Repairing Of Gainesville.- Rewinding Inc. 372.8191 372.1102 Dampier New STEAKS BOLOGNA ji1

New And Used .
_2816Jj.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 Creative n 3 L S
Vo-Tech HeadWilliam
Custom Framing j
MOVERS l mmmmmmmmm r B
A Pride i ; Pantry Pride ,
Long Distance Moving E. Dampier, 31,has ,
Storage Packing PersonalTown t been appointed director of the ;
Crating Shipping _'Iiii' Bradford-Union Vocational- CANNEDDRINKS
Free Estimates Call Oval PrlntlOriginals Technical Center, succeedingTed FLOURPantry I
Oglesby who has been
Wildlife Drawing Etchings named overall director .of the ;

372.4366 373-4610 vocational program for Brad- ,
200 N.E. 16th. 3731 W. Univ., ford and Union Counties.Dam- PLAIN OR SELF-RISING I fw, ",, ASSORTED WHITE ,
pier will assume his new duties I ) 1

Van Serve! Inc. MUSIC The on July new 1 1.vo-tech directorIs 5 LB'' "'ur 45 C: J !' .II i 1O/79

3540 H.E. Waldo Rd. C'ville BALDWIN a 1959 graduate of Bradford rror |

372.4271 ated High from School St. Johns and gradu-River BAG" I FEET

BLOUNT received a BS degree in agriculture BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrkeU.S. BonusBuySWIIT EvcryDayLowPrke
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etovvr /? the University of Florida. Hard RipeTOMATOES YELLOWCORN GEORGIAPEACHES JUMBOPIES
Dampier served as a vocational I:4i1
MUSIC Co. agriculture Instructor
at Melrose High for two
C'ville Shopping C.n. years, and as an Instructorat _f'

Factory Penile Authorised 372-5351 for the three Vo-Tech years.Center He directed here- _ _
.210 N. Main'!:372-2581 Gam..vII.' Fla. the Bradford program Outdoor for a year Education -, m 100% PURE FLORIDA | GRAPEFRUIT j Pantry .
and for the past three years
CAMPER SALES & SERVICE Klrky's M.bll. M.met has been an instructor In agriculture

.1 .pelr. t 5."n., I.c.3 School.at the Bradford Middle ORANGE ;j jgm JUICE I j Pride I :,:::'

Authorised Dealer Dampier enlisted In the Army FROZEN
Gainesville For Evant-lnterthem in 1958, and five years 6oz CANS JUICE | rTZ UNSWEETENED { MAYONNAISE
later was commissioned as
Siegler Heating & second lieutenant In the '
3111 N. Main Gainesville Air Condi ting Equip.Accessories Special Forces. He was pro- :'Z 320z
moted to captain In 1970, and CANS6l 39c 49c
378-2954 T Bay S.rvlc. Dept. SuppliesParts is qualified for promotion to I
Store JAR
Complete Camping and Service major. / I
Sales: Concord, Volunteer, Dampier Is married to the
Sin, key., Midas, Adventure former Dolores Cloversettle,
EvcryDayLowPrkc B EvcryDayLowPrkc EvcryDayLowPrkc BonusBuy
Wheels. Norris, Monitor, Fan, 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville and they have a one year old
Cxplortr, Sports Coach son, Todd. Pantry PrlalW Pantry PrM
378.8902 Pantry Pantry Prid*
t Ike Old 1m IfitA1

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MY ""NTAY"R'DI' "..d. Pride. pros EJ TOOTH a.IIIG SIZI
1030 E. University. Avenue /flf Pod ICE WHIPTOPPING PIAS .. BABYPOWDER
Gainesville Florida "Free speech can be expensive BEANSMILK -.i.1. CORN ....u... ..0"uO.'O.
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The Sweetest Strawberries ThU Side of Heaven

I Defensive Backs Big QuestionOn

Jon. 14, 1973 TELEGRAPH Pag 13

M 73-74 BHS Football SquadWith

only one returning David McMillan should see "Even when the receiver as a "hitter" by the coach- While green, this year's secondary -
starter one of the biggest considerable action this fall, would beat him David would is loaded with speed
question marks In the 1973- according to Bushore. At 6- simply Jump up and bat the es."Bruce comes up real hardon and did a good Job in the
edition of the Bradford 2, the offense has had a hard ball down" the run, and should play senior game which the var-
High Tornadoes football team time this spring completing Backing up Hampton Is either offensively or defen- sity won, 14-6.
be the defensive back- passes because of his height. Bruce Barnes who is tabbed sively," added Bushore. "The seniors thought that
with all the experience their
receivers had, that they could
"The boys are going to have r "
easily beat
work mighty hard," say our secondary
said Bushore. "But found
Coach David Hurse.
it looks like the back- out different' as they could
complete only five in
L 1 can be platooned ra- "
Q II ; Ij than having to go both ..j ,. the game
a 'i This should help tre- r _

j : i "Q by enabling the -. a "
: 4l' ( i'I to become specialists 5s.; ;w. r 12 Attend
I i S; Ph.p concentrate on just one *
fi ." r w& MI Olympic

\' "Coach (Steve) Bushore
(with the: defensive secondary) '
a Job on his hands due
Vs the inexperience but ha
I a fine squad last year i'17rk.-J : Bradford County
[ r ,, I expect the same from t 1.I students from the area's Spe-
? ,. this year." L cial Education classes will

; L ,. 1ttia: .-E.. Only starter secondary from returning the de- / I if be sity traveling of Florida to this the weekendto Univer-

the State'sSpecial
Ronnie compete
Hall. According to
Bushore, Hall is the Olympic Games in
I J track and field events.
looking defensive secon-
14)t man Bradford has. Competing in Individual e-
vents will be Christopher
"Playing at left Hall
SL 4 Goodman, Ronnie
slow because of a
," Bushore said. Walter Thompson, Cathy Per-
Charles Woods Everett
ry ,
speed once, he he did got a tremen-back to Steve Strickland and Levy Lennon ((1-r) or* shown signing Track and field ache Frazier, Kelvin Cruger Robin -

Job He is more aggres- olarships as parents and track Coach George Loper look on. Williams Patricia Ste-
wart; Joseph Woods, Sandra
and looks better now
he did last Chitty and Judy Elmore.
year. The state game will be the
"In' the senior game, they 3 final leg of competition,which
complete a pass on ScholarshipsThree began back in March with
side of the field. He the county Olympic game tri
the best one-on-one play-
als. Seventeen qualifiers then
we have. former BHSthlnclads non, he was captain on the sprint medley or mile re- went on to the regional gamesIn
Fleet-footed tailback Malachi H.nry'li shown signing a four-year Also at safely the Torna- will be traveling to North BHS track team this year Ocala last month, with the
olarihip with Southern Mississippi while Head football Coach David Hurt haye Tim Crews who Carolina schools this fall and ran In the sprints and! lay.Also traveling to Western 12 taking first place wins to
injured all spring, but on track scholarships.Levy rela)s. Carolina University on a track qualify for the state meet.
Henry, who gained more than 1,300 yards running the ball I last year, is experience and should Lennon, a senior at His best times in the hun- and cross country scholarshipwill Besides competing for gold,

to play defensive softy position he has also started at the past three able position to move this fall.Into a start- Bradford High, has signed a dred was 10,0, 22.1 in the 220, be Robert (Buddy) Paterson silver and bronze medals, the
four-year scholarship with and 50.3 in the 440. Lennon's A 1971 graduate of BHS, 12 will also be entertainedat
Elva Hampton la playing at Western Carolina University best relay splits were 20.8 Paterson will be transferring a football and basketball
safety Malachi Henry's in Cullowhee, N, C. The son anchoring the 880-reIay and from Brevard Junior College, clinic and watch Florida foot
Malachi Henry position responsibility, where Is his big-the of Rev. and Mrs. Levy Len- 48.8 anchoring either the (See Page 14)) ball films.

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"Hampton is a lot like Hen-

4- Year ," speed added,Bushore.range and"He knows has

"We to from go for are him.the expecting"ball. good. One of these Ford classicsis

Two Bradford High grid- zling runs over the past three While Both Mike Gaskins and
ders may find themselves on seasons, Southern Miss slgn tailback, Henry Strickland could start for the
the opposite sides of the field ed the 1972 graduate primarily bad defensively; the monster position as yours asking.
next fall, after Malachi Hen- as a defensive back, but eight passes have had a good spring.
ry signed a four-year football one who may see action at a three year is listed as bet-
scholarship with South- running back as well. also returned on the pass, while Gas- 1
ern Mississippi last week, "I like defensive safety, but touchdowns his has the edge on the run. /
valued at some $18,000. "Both have a lot of deter-
concentrating mostly on offense His many honors
and neither is
Henry was the second of I've never fully de- ing named one
to hit Bushore
Coach Hurse's 1972 Torna- you,
velped myself as a defensive ior year All "Both could share
does to sign a scholarship back," said Malachi Henry, as both a junior start- r
with a major university, following "But I plan to now" All-Conference roles.
Vernon Barber who Also expected to see act-
A three starter at BUS mention as a
signed with the University of year In the secondary are Lar-
Florida as a linebacker. The Henry rushed for a total of With a 3.2 grade Sherman, David McMillan
1,358 yards last season while age Henry said
two schools meet each otherin Bruce Barnes.
scoring 14 touchdowns In addition major in
the second game of the Sherman was a starter last
the fleet-footed tailback tration but hopes .x lil'
season this fall in South Carolina where
caught another eight TDpasses professional
attended school and while
While most Bradford fans for 234 yards through the
remember Henry for his daz- air. (See Page ) Tornado coaches have yet
to see him In action

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Keystone Golfer Police Lead BPOE In Bantam League I I

Leads Youth SwingWith The Police Department con- Wolfred each had two hits followed with a fly ball that ment 6-1, BPOE 4-2, Coca I
tinued to hold their one game In the game. Jeffrey Norman which dropped, scoring Kilby Cola 3-4, Souther Discount
lead over BPOE In the Ban- had two hits for Southern Dis with the winning run.
their golf clubs dust- The tour is open to any male tam Baseball League with a count. Friday night's games were 06.Schedule: Friday, June 15,
ed off and sparkling, some or femal amateur golfer who 6-1 record as the league .Police Department contin- washed out after Police and Coca Cola vs Police, 6 p.m.,
PBOE 7:30.
week of ,
49 Juniors from the surround- will have not reached his or goes into its fourth ued the winning streak as Discount had played 2 and So. Discount vs Colavs
ing counties l launched a seven- her 18th birthday.A t action. they downed Coca Cola, 2-1. one half Innings. These games Monday, June 18Coca
tournament North Central first-time entry fee of _, Tuesday, June 5, BPOE took Dinky Kilby was on the mound will be rescheduled. BPOE, 6 June p.m. 19So.. Dis-
Florida-PGA swing Mondayat $2 will be charged with a the measure of Southern Discount again and preceded to strike Tuesday,
the Keystone Heights! Coun- fee or $1 charged the remain- by the score of 11 6. out 14 batters, gave up three Standings: Police DepartNorman's- count vs Police, 6 p.m.
try Club der of the tournaments.A i ... Marcus Cruce and Bruce Wol- hits, and walked seven bat-
point system Is set to fred hurled the victory for
All Juniors 17 and under declare a winner at the closeof BPOE. BPOE combined 8 hits ters.Leonard Johnson was the BlanksNorman's I
are invited to play in the the tour which to take the win. hitter ,
moves and 10 walks to leading of the game
tournaments, which are split Quail Heights, Lake City; on > .. BPOE had two big Innings, as the Coke first baseman
into age groups and under June 18; June 25 to Green the third and fourth as they got two of his team's three Farm picked up a Blalock's in the second inning -
the direction of NCF-PGA Cove 2 Iron- \ I M"Buddy" big win Monday night as they as they scored three runs
Springs; July to .. cored five and four runs. hits off of Kilby. Police scat
Sectional Chairman .. downed their arch rival, Bla-
Herb add-
wood in Gainesville: July 9 ;; Bill Lundy had an exciting tered six hits among its team. to take a 3-0 lead. They
Herres, pro at the Starke at the Palatka Golf Club July ->-X< The lock's Meat Market 8-2 in Women's ed two more In the third and
; third Inning as he rapped one game was tied 1-1 until -
Country Club. 16 to West End Gaines- Mun- Softball play. three in the fourth to clinch
the sixth.
Paterson l I. shown signing a track and over the fence. bottom of the
Brent Cole, of Keystone ville; July 23 to the Starke dorff. Bill Lundy and Bruce Kilby walked and Kevin Neel Norman's got the Jump on the victory.
Heights, had the low score of Golf and Country Club where cress country scholarship with W.t.rn Carolina University
the tournament as he fired the tour ends. as BHS Coach George Loper looks on. A I ..1
an even par 72 to capture On July 30, the winnersare
first place in the boys 16 also slated to have a 1971 graduate of BHS, Paterton has boon attending June Sales
and 17 year age group. Cole playoff tournament with the Brovard Junior Col logo, In Brevard N.C On a track I
had three birdies over the winners from the Jacksonville -
Bring I
18-hole course in the first area. scholarship.
round play Monday. cE6

4 strokes off the pace was Football Summer r July Joys :
Bobby Hayes, also of Key- Playground Program CAMPERS
stone, who placed second in I
the age group. Karen Moore, Scholarship ,' Set Recrection
of Keystone, took first placein By Dept.The 1969 Holiday Rambler 27' Air Cond.
the girls division with an (From Page 13))
86.Matt Starke Recreation De This program will be run in Awning Jacks Like New $3988
Herres of Starke,firedan Henry, who also entertained partment's Summer Programwill conjunction with the regular
81 to take top honors in track scholarships from get underway Monday, summer program. 1971 18' Self-Cortained
the 14 and 15 year age group. three schools, was a four June 25, at the Pratt Street Keystone $2288
Kevin Mlsamore, Palatka, year letterman In track and Center. Used Twice Sharp
placed second with an 87. lettered three years In bas The
Starke's Glenda Epps took ketball.In and girls Program, grades is 1-5 for and boys will Thinclads 1971 Frolic 17' Self-Contained :
top honors in the girl's division track he was named All-
with a 109, while Clare Conference, All-District,All- be held each Monday through From Sleeps 6 Spare Tire $2088
( 13)
Friday until July 27. There Pago I
Turner, of Starke, won the Region and All-State two years will be supervised activities
girls 12-13 olds, witha and holds the
year running school
each day 9 ajn. noon and 1969 Scottie 15' Hilandei I
49 over nine holes. record in the long and triple N. C., where he was cross
Keith Kirker, of Green jump. 2-5 p.m. Registration will begin country champion.. $1188
Cove, swept first place in His greatest moments in Pratt June Street 20-22, 2-5p.m.atthe Paterson, son of Mr. and Air Cond. Toilet A Dandy
the boys division with a 38, football, said Henry,was when Center. Mrs. Robert Paterson, was
and followed by Scott Knight, he crossed over the 1,000 The Tiny Tot Program, ages captain of the BHS track team
Palatka. yard mark this season and 4-6. will also begin June in '71 and runs a 4:24: mile Weekly Special $1988
Billy Tuten of Palatka shota last year when the Tornadoes 25 and will be conducted Mon and 9:35: two mile run.
38 on the first nine to take stopped undefeated Palatka day through Friday, 9 a.m.- Steve Strickland, son of Mr. 1972 Shasta
first place in the 10 and 11 South 7-0 after four goal line noon. Registration will be held and Mrs. Fro Strickland, will 17'c
year olds. Second was Scott stands. June 20 22, 9 ajn. noon be traveling to Brevard, N.C. Self Contained Big Refrigerator Oven, 12Volt #110 Electrical System,
Roberts of Starke with a 50. Next year's football play- at the Pratt Street Center. on a track and field scho- This Trailer In New Condition Gaslite
In the 9 and under age brac- ers should take note, as Hen- The Small Fry Softball Program larship. A senior at BHS,
ket which plays three holes, ry said that he was hardesthit boys ages 7-8-9, will Strickland is the Florida Star 1970 Starcraft Constellation 6
Steve Greek of Keystone finIshed in the Jamboree game by begin registering June 20-22. conference champion in the
first with a 23, while Gainesville High last year. pole vault. Heater Ice Box Awning;, Stove 91188
Bryan Thomas of Starke was "From then on, everythingelse FILING CABINETS. Type- His best height to date has You Won't Believe This One!
two strokes off the pace witha was down field," Henry writer Stands, Desks, Chairs, been 12-6 and he placed fourthin
25. said. Safes.Bradford County district competition and 1971 Holiday Rambler 31' Loaded !
sixth in the region meet.
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Beans . 4 CANS 88e
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Cat or Dog Food 7 CANS goo
Coffee . . . BAG 78C

MAYONNAISESAVE I SAVE 12c ARROW Tissue . 4 VSt= 88eMe JUMBOBath Gala Towels . 3 ROLLS $!00


I (Bath OFF) SAFEGUARD Soap . 5 BARS $100 Crackers 3 16-oz.PKGS. $100


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C. C Layer Cake I PKG.", 87C Peaches . lB.39c
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CHURCH SCHEDULES a.m. and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday By ElhabethTerry: teacher Mrs. Kuhne. Duringthe I and their son and family Mr Air Ton with 101/2 ft. camp-
AND ACTIVITIESnight at 6:30 followed by day they enjoyed swim- 'I, and Mrs. Everett May and er. Sleeps 4 adult. 513 E.

Choir Practice Annual United Methodist Con- Sunday School 9:45 a.m. ed by Choir Practice. ming and a picnic lunch. ;.family, of Plant City were Washington. Itp
Grace United Methodist Rev. Don Denton Mrs. ference at Lakeland Tuesday Worship Services II a.m. Ralph Flitch, Jeff and Kar- rrjdjiy overnight guests of
Church Sunday School 9:45: Truby Wainwright and Mrs. through Friday. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting PERSONALS Nor- en, of Black Mountain, N.C. his brother and sister-in-law, FOR SALE1966 PlymoUth.
a.m. Worship Services 11 Ernest Wells attended the Wednesday 7:30 p.m. follow- Mr. and Mrs. Reggie were guests of his aunt Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ed May. white & black. Good condi-
.. ae.a-- man, formerly of Chien and, Elizabeth Terry and the Ben- Itp
-- -- -- -- - -- --- -- tion. Ph.
have moved to Ichtucknee State ton Futches of Starke Thurs- Gwen and John Zack spent
fark wnere Mr. Norman will day to Saturday. Their mother the week with their aunt Miss
be Resident Ranger. Their Mrs. Joyce Futch met Prlsctlla Tanner of Tampa.
parents are Mr. and Mrs. them here on Friday and spent She brought them home Fri-
Florida National Bankslend Truman Norman. Mrs. Reg- the night also with Miss Ter- day and returned to Tampaon HOUSES FOR REIIT:1:

gie Norman and Mrs. Alene ry. They returned to their Saturday.Mrs. .

Balser were Saturday guestsof homes on Saturday morning. W. J. Wolfe and children -

., the Normans. Mrs. Morris Mrs. and their cousin. Art
"' '' ''' '''' 'I' Kel1eYb
tf""l' \ 1. : "h." t'P1M A 1wH\\:; '\!'> "\ Mrs. Jack Kuhne's Sunday Leon Starling NI- Ague of Fort Myers were FOR RENTFurnished small

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money ."'d-4'-N4t'7' ; ,-:..- ". ..=., Tuesday to Ichtucknee went tubing State down day at the Garden Restau- Hicks. All of them were din- 475-2813.424 W. Jefferson Melrose.Starke.lip Ph.

Park. They ner guests of the Glen Shu-
; : the Suwannee River to the rant.Mrs.. Jack Kuhne, Helen and fords on Sunday.
,.. ,
: : :.v; : Park and went swimming. Randy spent a few days with Mrs. George Kelly and Miss FOR RENTNew threebedroom -
Those partlclpalng were Che- house $110 month or
to build with. her brother-in-law and sister Arthurlne Blanchard went with a
iui i': : t: ; ri Shuford Gall Shuford Linda Den-Ca- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mob- Miss Kathy Brown the agent share. Call 964-8426. Itp
: :; thy Teston, and ley of Tampa. to Extension Home Makers
.. man. Other guests were Vicki Mrs. Rebecca Chesser of Leadership Conference at
:' ', Nlcula, Kelly Fields Helen Jacksonville spent two weeks Camp Quarrle near Ocala,

C I" ;:; : ;r" Kuhne Sheila Holmes, Scott with her sisters Mrs. Man- from Monday to. Thursday. HOUSES FOR SALE
Tlnsler Jerri Starling Randy dy Blackburn and Miss Bar- There were approximately 80
Fields Perry Nlcula, Craig bara Wilkinson. persons present and about 15
Holmes Danny Shuford Eddie Rev. and Mrs. Roy Storey counties Involved. The day

Grlffls Douglas Herndon of Smyrna Ga., spent campers went from Starke NATIONAL mortgage company -
Mike Dobbs and David Mc- the weekend with their parents each day. Some of the ladies has two four bedroom 2
Culley. The Chaperones were: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. enjoyed swimming while bath homes for sale on 1/2
FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE Mrs. Vera Nlcula Mrs. Dar- Barfield and the Kenneth there. acre wooded lots. Low down
.' lene Norman, Mr.' and Mrs. Barflelds. payment. Call and see how
Jefferson at Clark Street Telephone: 964-7050 Mrs. G. L. Peterson Key-
Glen Shuford Joseph Starling Mr. and Mrs. Lou Elliott stone Heights spent the week easy It Is to own one of these
Marjorie Denman, Ann Star- have moved from our com- end with her son-in-law and homes. Call collect Ocala 622-

ling. Andy Harvey and theo munity to Lantana, near West daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert 8118. tfchg
- - --- -- -- -- -- - - ---- Palm
, Lee. Mrs. Peterson and
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. Mrs. Lee visited her father
FOR SALEHouse, 2 years
Daisy Boch Lynn Boch and
G. L. Peterson In the Gaines
Miss Sheila Ellxson of Worthington od! 2 bedrooms living room
.u master ctiarge Springs attended ville Veterans T dining room. 9500. 473-

graduation exercises for Mrs. 4951 or 964-6212. 2tp 6/14
+ j .?4.:.. Wilkinson's grandson Denny Smoker Says:

Grlffls In Palatka Saturday HERE'S AIGRRRATE AMOK -- I FOR SALENew 3 bedroom
afternoon. I brick 2 baths living -
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Har veneer kitchen and dining
bin and Donna, and Mrs. Gay- Good location. Finan-
SWLF nell Mooty attended the Har- |WAV TO PREVENT 'r cing area. available. Call. Buford

bin Family Reunion at Hard FOREST FIRES -
Mitchell tfchg
They visited there from Thursday I '

SUNDAYS TILL >M and Mrs. Frank Grlf ll ft FOR RENT
fis and family went to Dis- t

rAvi fl ney World last Wednesday to
a.ooi SAVI14 1 ? Friday.Mr. .

SCHICK OLD SPICE sHOT et and Mrs. David Mooreof

LATHER AFTER SHAVE 4 1 FAMOUS Jacksonville spent the day
SAVES MAKER with their brother and sister- FOR RENT- bedroom trailer -

MEN'S DRESS tr ; MEN'S POLYESTER in-law Mr. and Mrs. Fred on Griffis Loop. Call after -
; Moore, and sister Mrs. Ma- 5 p.m., 964-8816. Itp

o..v. 'rria DL... .n.. You'd Expect To Pay] nesday of last week. FOR RENT12' wide mobile
t I UpTotl6.OOPr. l lPv Mrs. Floy Bennett, of Mac- crated fireplaces help homes outside city limits. J.
j3.88'tiVd w..3l6 I :
fire in !
.-- / -224 Schickw' hot lather -...-.. r.' iB= t. clenny her is spending brother-in-law sometimewith and keep its place B. White. Ph. 9646114. If
mo chine and two 11 no answer 9646219.
sister Mr. and Mrs. Seeb
rPlrx.WXLIJ regular. refill carvridges. 6 8 8 l Harris.Mr. CLASSIFIED AD RATES or 964-6152.tfchg

651 Polyester, 35""! li ; and Mrs. Spud Mas- Deadline for insertion Tues
Cotton .Handsomely J i sey and family are campingon
SAVE 1.131 day Noon preceding Thursday
in stripes 100'; Polyester. Superbly George's Lake near Flo- before publication.
and floral designs. \ MEN SAVCaii) r FOR SALE 1
tT t !tailored by the rahome. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
< Sues 14' 17 Minimum Charge $2.00
; to and \\
'; '\ \ SUNBEAM BRUTT 33 Nation's No. 1 Maker Grlffls and Mr. and Mrs. Dearl
[] ) $.MLandXL. (Covers 15 Words)
) i into quality) fabrics. Bradley and Jamie spent Sat-
"SHAYERS, SPLASH ON : aTj Handsome color as. urday afternoon with them. Each word over 35. 10* \

- Isa. i FRUIT OF THE LOOM -' sartment and styles Mrs. C. R. Crews. Mrs. All Classified Ads must be FOR SALE- ft. aluminum ::1

FASHION TIES : p 7 Sizes, 29 to 42MEN'S Linda Boatrlght Glenann and paid for in advance unless boat. New with 62 ft. nylon

t 0..g' lq F Llndy visited Warren Boat- you have established account rope 2 anchors. Ph. 473-
$& ??; BELTS 99C
m wright In Veterans Hospital with the Telegraph, in 4680. ItpLINOLEUM
990 1 pit<....<. fti<. *..JAt o* I'mo Du..M1In Expanded vinyl ont Tampa on Tuesday. They were that event JO? extra chargefor
split' leather. 1 lib"y guests of Mrs. Crews' son-
f :: Regular I and clip Model BonnevilU Black 727 w0JU86CONTAC f wide.Saddlestrtch. in-law and daughter Mr. and billing. Not responsible. FLOOR Covering
on ties Sunbeam Fastback Shaver r ..d.S.us2St042.IAVIIS Mrs. Bill Woodard of Largo for errors when given over R x 9. $3.19: 9 x 12, $5.98;
Tuesday to Thursday. the phone or when copy Is 12 x fe, $11.50; 12'x 15 only

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt not typed and brought to $14.95. Many patterns and co-
%I SAVE 149(1 the office. Dahmer's Discount tfWATSON'S
Tallahassee the
q1 CONTAC weekend with their
A. QUALITY UNDERWEAR .. .. .. *S3Slfi'i.&inzm I parents .
'"'' -- QII Mr. and Mrs. Arlle Dobbs
Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbsof
B OR SHIRTS 3/2.78 "', il 10's Jacksonville Joined themon Pay For Classified Many brands of new vacuums

White, sod cotton knit. Clove like, vinyl ,Oxfords Sunday.Mr. Ads In Advance $39.00 up. Used machines
01... .. r,0e. w..k >dr..i is or -ms.White, ton or
Sues S, M, and Large.C. v ei..n r brown.. Sizes 7 to 12. and Mrs. Chuck Moore Increased costs have madeit from $10. Expert Repairs,
all Parts and Accessories
SHORTS 3/3.15 and Bob of Lake City spent necessary for this newspaper makes. -
r 7\\ AVI14% HANDKERCHIEFS Sunday with their parents Mr. to clarify its present for all vacuums. Built
Sanforized cotton br* SAVE 2O7.IWETLOOK :
1. ) KEN'S and Mrs. Fred Moore. An- rules and adopt new ones for In Central vacumn clean! 'g
/ oadcloth 28 44
ues to >* : /BAN-LONmNOSE LOAFERS other guest during the after- the publication of classified. systems. 712 N. Main Gainesville -
advertisements in Us col 376-7110
0. ATHLETIC SHIRTS 1 noon was Lawrence Dinkins
Wh.te.softCIIOnknlt.. 396 of Starke. umns.
Sues S, M, L and XL. I Bo* of 3 Perm. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Sur- All advertisements of this FOR SALE- story Pace-
Ol.nunrPne.w..fJN nature must be paid In advance maker mobile home--3 bedroom -
0. J rt )one" Press rence and family of Baldwin -
f i4 01.._P.... w..Jk' \\. I \!axedhondk.r.MonycolorsFomous Hard vinyl Cushioned innersole. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul unless an established 11/2 bath dishwasher
monthly account is main-
(hrrtetskrw a w '' : '\ chiefs.Whits, Sizes 7 to 12, Jones of Ralford spent the tained with this newspaper. set up on rental lot, reason-
qunlitySizes10k13 ond color. \ able. Owner will finance.
etpte. IlmtKitlers weekend with their parents Mailing and bookkeeping
mrreoxao [
SAVE 1.001 .
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mobley costs have advanced making 964-8718 after 5 P.m. &

F ?? _-, G SAVE 28l BRUSH & SHOE SAVI 1.011 k DOUBLE KNIT CASUALS Sr., and family. it necessary to make this weekends. 2tp 6/14

c -i 7 QUAKER STATE OIL !r HORN SETS MEN'S JEWEL BOXES] Mr. and Mrs. Glen Garlitz adjustment
and family of Jacksonville It Is much preferred that FOR SALE- Mobile home (4)
were dinner guests of Mr. classified advertising be wheels & axels $100.6"Craftman .
p 2/100 ( l't r ft : Dlicounl Pan we ijlrWCushioned and Mrs. O. Mcula and fam- placed In person rather than Jointer planer $125.
1.IfII:: by telephone so as to avoid
i throughout.
ily on Saturday. Berry remained 10" Craftman radial saw,$125.
STATE Dli. ..i>nf inn HnJJAe..K D1f.aunr Pric* Crepe soles. Many col for a week with them. error T pHELP 60' Chevrolet pickup $75.
'11- Sizes 7 12.SAVI .
0101 aL 1 quart super blend 10W30 Attractive horses W..JWW ors to Mrs. Alma Norman and children Keys Hampton Lake. lip
motor oil for use ,in high !head styling with Imported wood &vinyl |jewelry Nora Starling and Mrs.
.-.. -. compression engines. red bristle brush. comportment wit tide trays. 14 7.1 James Norman and sons, spent FOR SALE- large water
CROSS-STRAP SANDALS Saturday at Camp Blanding.
front lots Hampton Lake.F. .
r WANTED ] on
v c They enjoyed swimming anda
Register 964-5888 or 964-
REDWOOD ALUMINUM CHAIRS SAYE 13% ro 22xI SAVIi picnic lunch.
III- 8771. tfchg
LIGHTERS GREGOR SP-4 and Mrs. Vernon Mob-

s 1 ,:::vuc: Tv.r _. : t:: GOLF BALLS Di..e.um P ne., ... J94 ley Jr., who visited their LOTS FOR SALE Stark Golf
In Pennsylvania
.. tryt J Vinyl Mahogany brown. grandparents WANTED- Maid at To-Rena & Country Club ready for
X111110 ,
tJ..J'f'f' returned here Saturday
IOU' t Motel. Apply In person after building for Investment.Lots .
r. sole Sizes
697Onedozen Crepe 7.12.Srurdyonddurable.Adds on or
-1--:' :.:. ..:I: ; morning and will be with their 3 p.m. Itp area approximately 1/2
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ver-
beauty to pool or and Paved roads
patio acre larger.
O*.CVt Pfflfl* \Weisdopf. f ldcrown. non Mobley Sr., and family
t1 area. Designed com* a' only 3 minutes from town.
w.,44C".99C r.
fort and cut proof one-piece construe until June 28 when they will ANTEDExperienced cook.
wear / // Chrome and novelty. lion golf balls. leave for Panama Canal Zone Homestead Restaurant Hwy Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5

J (x for three years. 21 N., Keystone Heights. pjn. tfchg

AUTO VACUUM CLEANERS ':;: SAVE IJ3I ASAVI 14X1 ..- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nor- Please apply In person. Itchg

I IMPERIAL MAGIHATIC LANTERN 'e % 2-tone man and son of Jacksonville FOR SALEUsed work pants
:' CAMERA KIT BATTERY Crepe sole combinations..Sites SWL- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pres- $1.00 and long sleeve shirts
cott and Mr. and Mrs. John AUTOMOBILESUSED $1.00; short sleeve shirts 75Ci
091 Norman of Highland and Mr. Sanltone cleaned. Tom's Fac-
f1I' SAVI 177. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott and tory Outlet 266 U. S. 90
Style No. 823.. Super deluxe cal WOMEN'S NYLON SHELLS family of Kingsley Lake were West Baldwin Fla. 4tp 6/4
vacuum with, brush, 01....., "".. 1>1...... Pne \ dinner guests of their parents
nozzle attachment and w.. J.M4" w..3,44 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman -
extra long cord. Plugs Allpurpose spotlight [IJ and the Carl Normau. FOR SALE72 Ford P.U. A.J. THOMAS-REALTOR
into cigarette. lighter 3 pc. X50 camera 1 Kodak 126 and 6-vot! / on Sunday. Sport Custom. 12,000 miles. 964-5701 KITES 468-1753

T cartridge film, GE Magicube. battery.SAVI Di.. ...nIP,,.. ... ... Kendall Mobley went with Air, Power Steering Auto-
\ V'OU.CMO.ca: 100"; Nylon shells. Jewel his 8th grade class to Dis- matic Transmission. 360-V8 2 BR 1 Bath Frame $12,200
SAVE 3.961 SAVE 20l" : .ckandlurll., neck styles ney World last Saturday. Engine. Call 964-6050 or 964-

.. riJTOOL]]) ASSORTMENT in a wide range of fashion. Mrs. Earl Teston and chil- 8911. Dale Brown. Itp 3 BR 1 Bath Block $12,500
y r STRUCTO 24"GRILLS colors.Sues S, M, and L,
I PMf -' --- dren; Mr. and Mrs. Randy
( I I: : 3 BR 2 Bath Block $17,000
1. ("HOOO&.O TOR) ..... : ..J.f; Hayes of Hampton and Miss FOR SALE-1970 Torino Fal-
I .... .. .
<< SAVI 1.001
: --. :Di..n E n O I= Ann Sheering of Starke SS
,.. 1 : / SLACKS enjoyed con 6 cyl., 23,000 miles 2 BR Cent Heat/Air $17,500
::::- 2 slide bolt tnops, a trip to Disney WorlS excellent condition. Call 964-
Mi h // S rolls plastic 3.051 on May 28. 7226. 4tp 7/5
\\. f 3 rolls l all I 1 4 BR Cent Heat/Air $23,200
: .... Y tape JULIETTE DIGITAL RADIOS Eli Mr. and Mrs. Oral Tanner,
..... w..12r98 purvos.wir.knda
inn! PaPrwoveo
D. Mr. and Mrs.
uu osu Billy Anders
awl .cr.wdriverseth...* FOR SALE: One catering truck 4 BR 1/2 Acres City $38,000
Tanner attended
and Mrs. L.S.
\ p ... with soda dispenser oven for
Sturdyremovahl.tnpad k.ysNl3pc.dnll am Dl..un. Prl 1.. 3f9w100i the funeral of her
\4 nephew
: hot sandwiches coffee urn 3 BR Brick 10 Acre $39,900
steel legs. New adjustable etS"pli.rwr.nclt stretch fabric. ;
f Nylon Richard Bennett. Jr., at Day-
\ position grill with l.lI1.magnetized screw.driver r>i..Mit. "".. w..........K Pull on type with. (lore leg tona Beach on Tuesday. fully equipped 1195.
/vr cool hardwood handle f sat, claw Electric AM modef ADC1030.. styling. Latest fashion Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye Phone 964-6670. 2tp 6/21 38 Acres Fenced, Pasture
J .
y Split grid,2 tines hammer more
prong a'many 1033,sol.id state colors. Sites BIG 18. Sr. spent Sunday with their

son and daughter-in-law Mr. FOR SALE1967 Chevrolet FOR SALE1963 2-ton GMC
i and Mrs. John Tye and daughter Belair four-door sedan one with watermelon body & pulpwood -
USE OUR CONVENIENT AT EAGLES FLORIDA Johnetta of South Day- owner 26,800 miles 327 engine rack 1250. .11/2 1

YEAR ROUND FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE. YOU'RE NOT STARKE tona. Mrs. Tye and Johnetta Apower steering, ton Chev. with pulpwood rack
SAVING MONEY! PHONE 964-7513 came home with them and radio manual shift trans- $800. One utility; trailer frame
LAYAWAY PLAN. mission. $475. 964-7512 from
stayed until Thursday.Mr. $125.Carl J. Wilson 964-
and Mrs. Edwin May 7 P.m. to 9 pjn. Itp 6691. 4tp 7/5

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CLEAN expensive carpets 0. C. Curies Nursery
.' SIDE BY SIDE Refrigerator FREEKittens, call 964- with the best. Blue Lustre Is Thousands ol Plants yoTTYTryrroTTTo"B TToT T5 g
& Freezer, only $400 with 6692.J. ,. CHAMP America's favorite. Rent Fruit Trees, Shade Trees,
trade less than 5 years old. ,, : HELP WANTEDNo
T. PARRISH land clear- ,. hampooer $L Devrtck Inc., Evergreens, Camellias,
; $14.44
Payments o( at Dah- : 301 E
Call St.
Discount Ing, fill dirt, tanks. Mobil Homes Azaleas. RosesMost
mer's tfchg septic Home and Building Cans Plant
ktl Phone 496-8055 Lake But- SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES Materials Experience Necessary, Steady Work,

ler. 4tp 7/5 Expondo Room. & Add ; 23 MI. S.E. Of Starke. Fringe Benefits
FOR SALEone pair ladles WE BUILD -
roller skates size 5,$10;black REDUCE safe & fast with On ReamsFr. Refinishing Hwy... 659-2165
and white Polaroid Swinger GoBese Tablets&E-Vap"wa- .. Dellvary and Set Up "Your Plans,Or Ours APPLY AT
$8; Math slide rule $3. May ter pills." Andrews Phar- 100 MILE RADIUS Your Lot Or Ours." All Typ.. Of
see and buy these and other BANK NATIONAL PROTEIN INC.Road
Items Friday 15th from 9 to macy. 5tp: 7/12 FINANCINGHWY FREE ESTIMATES r1rrC' Upha..ury. .11 Acrcii .

5 at 408 Laura Street, Starke. HOUSE PAINTINGFree es- GREEN 17 NORTH COVE sIn t Remodeling Repairs esrfip d C.bln.t Work Joins City Limits 21 1 Hampton, Fla

HP timate. Call A. J. Newman T.1. 284-5001 264.7311 r Additions Specializing In 2 Paved; roods MONDAY THRU'FRIDAY
after 5 p.m. Ph: 964-5559. t Homes Bought SoldTraded 1 Grad.
Piano 8:00
FOR SALEOne Holstein Cow, 4tp 75ELECTRICAL Refinishing : A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
with 1-or 4 Calves. W.T.Smith. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. And Reconditioning! 527.. OO.OO An Equal Opportunity Employer
Lawtey Itp. WIRING and File Folders, complete line office BILL POWELL
supplies.The Telegraph 3JJ.9.J.9 B.BggflBBBBOg
troubleshooting. SpecializingIn BROKER
LOTSZoned for mobile 3-phase motors and con- Phone 9646305. Hwy. 301 S. Stork. TF 1313 W. Madisbn Starke

homes and houses Several trols of 208V to 4160V. D.C. ::1 533-2208 964-6464'' PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE
subdivisions to choose from, motors, solid state D.C.Pow- FILING CABINETS. Typewriter II000CC-3 0000000c 3001J
only$95 down. Monthly pay- er supplies and automatic RAY'S ELECTRIC. Stands Desks, Chairs Special One Week Only On
ments to suit your budget.Ph. speed controls. Contact Paul K.yston. Hg.. !Safes.Bradford County MARTIN CAMPERS
468-1551 or 964-8331. I. Meng, Star Rt., Hampton, Ruld.ntlalComm.rclal relegraph. U.S. 90 West Lake City MILLEI Ir... DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL
tfchfit Phone 468-1056 5tp/7/12 Phone 752-3723 _, .

FOR SALE40 acres of landon WANTED TO RENT: 3 BR Industrial PUMPSNEW For Best Selection Of $4.99 Now $3.99HWY
Grlffls Loop. Ph. 964- house or trailer within 20 mL AAA Monitor Channel 13 AND USED TRAVEL TRAILERS -- $3.99 Now $2.99
7893. Itp radius of Starke. Will sign On C.B.'Radio 100 Ease Store HoursOf
lease; needed July 1. -- J.McWllltams Licensed & Bon 'SALES MINI-HOMES VOLKSWAGEN Surk e. u..n And Christina Du. 7 Daya A Week
FOR SALE140 Ft. chain DuBois Pa. 2qt614 Fr. EstimatePh. SERVICE AND TOPPERS Now & Used
link fence & posts. Clyde Columbia Solo Service vtfJ!
314 N. Church St., 473-3681 Deep and Shallow Well Full Line Of Parts And HIPP (__> TRACTOR CO.T.I.phone.
Service TF oi' tho Mall
1 MI. North 372.3464

$50. Kitchen table & 2
chairs, $10. Ph. 964-8244 after DOYLE E. CONNER SERVICEON Now & Used
4:15.: Itp 'INSURANCE AGENCY ALL MAKES something

tchg, RileyPaving PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE ? .M Acres 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441 l
FOR SALE-1963 international missing Joins City Limits

1/2 ton, longwheel base, E. W. ODriveway. 2 Paved roads GAINESVILLE. FLA.
good condition. Call 964-7923;: Pringle PUMP & SUPPLY CO. 1 Crado9U7.3OU.UO -
after six, 964-6183. Itp i "Where Service Is Th. Bettor Idea"
Roofing Co. .
I Moved 5 Block North
FOR SALE1973 Wlnnebago j 864 N. Tomplo Avo
18 ft motor home just brokenIn 17 Yrs exp.rl.nc. Parking Lots 3 BEDROOM
$7,500. Will trade for late Licensed HOUSE 'Hill's C.B. Radio & Equipment
model car or truck. Ph. 473-
3767. 4tp 6/21 4732102P.O.Box J us"tOpening WITH FURNITURE 321 N. Temple.Ave.
Now & Old Wane Largo Shaded Lot Starke, Fla. Ph. 964-t 46 -'8361

1 Yr Guarantoo In Town
189 LB. FREEZERS only 212 SEEING IS BUYING Best Selection Of
$169.95. Just $16.75 down and
12 payments of$14.66 at Dah- Fr. Estimates BILL POWELL Communication Sys. At Low Discount Prices.
mer's Discount tfchg 9648961NO Starke, There is plenty missing for BROKERyou OUTDOOR ADVERTISING
COURTOn and your family with9646464 533-2208
FOR SALEPant Suits, Unl- Fla. out a Carrier central air 72 Hour Svs. on Magnotle Signs
firms $10.00 UniformsDress- conditioning system. See
es $5.00; and Ladles 301 In City lousopre.easongprice POULTRY EQUIP OF
Smock Tops $5.00 Tom'sFactory ker sale! __ WELL AS 3 DIMENSIONAL'MORTGAGES
Outlet, Baldwin, Fla. OR TOO SMALL Phone 964-9974 ALL KINDS.
II S. 90 West. 4tp 6/4 Unite Farm

Agency, Inc. I II R. Q. Simmons

KIRBY CO. Of Starke Reg.Paul Real& Irene Estate Faulkner Broker lEWlNGMACHINE IIO r Equip Co.

J ; MtScE1LANEOUS Interested In buying1st
(WINKLER ELECTRIC, Associates 317 E Brownl.. St.
& second up to date
I I INC.) 206 S. Water Street Stark., Fla.
Sawyer-Slade Gas
Stark., Fla. 964-5065 Sales and Service or dollquont mortgage
LICENSED electrician and PFAFF ELNA 332 W. Madison
KIRBY WANT Phone 964-6819
sub-contractor, all types TO SELL OR
Stark. Fla.
Now Homo ,
home remodeling work. Also BUY REAL ESTATE? tfchg
w lding. Speedy service. 964- Call Us For Bast Prlcot WHITE 964-7701
Vacuu John Southern Discount
7/R Bradloy
8U87. 5tp Prospect Waiting
tfchg $49.50 up
CleanersSales w COMPLETEHOUSE 964.5010I
Parts & Repairs
for any make or model
stereo player.Dahmer's and Service all other make machinesNATIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT Inside & Out
Discount House tfchg CARL BEG 0$
234 N. Temple Avo. Gulf Service" : I I

WANTED- Used furniture:,refrigerators 309 N CHERRY ST. Mildew Paint Stripping I t tI'
washers.'-Dan- & Floor Service '
mar's Discount House tfchg Phone 964-7596 611 W. Univ. Avo. Carpet PHONE 964-577 t of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able t tI
USED Want To Drink, That's I'I't bodied factory help. No' experience nocossary.
After 6 P.M. 964-5359 Gainesville, Fla. Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M. I I II
LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast Your Business I Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.
with X-ll Diet Plan, $3.00. 378.1355 Complete Janitorial I t tI
Want To Stop ,That's Our Service
X-Pel REDUCE$3.00.Excess Money Fluids Back Gua-with r S SAVE S PARTSI Business BOYD SERViCF j I IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT I It

6/21 rantee_at Koch Drug. 12tp FRED DAVIS For Most Makes Of Cars JIMMY MOORE'S t OWEN JOIST :

BUICK PONTIAC 24 Hr. Wr.ck.r Service SM
MOBILE home moving. Also
I mobile home hurricane anchoring ",A GMC LITTLE TRUCKS RIDE Hwy. 301 N. Waldo MORE BOAT FOR /Mnlr I AH EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER I II
& mobile home roof
coating. Olin's Mobile Home SAVE YOU A LOT" Phono 468.1998 YOUR MONEY I Lincoln City Rood Monday through Friday I i iI

Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. I GREEN COVE SPRINGS 5/73! Storko > Ph. 964-5791 HELP WANTED I I It
Starke, Fla. tfchg
Your Complete Outboard & Stern t 7:00 A.M. To 5:00 P.M. t
PICK UP PAYMENTS! 12x72, Drive Service and Repair.
No COLORADORiver 1e e er a e e S S S e a ee-
3 BR Mobile Home. Equity Real Estate Complete'; Fiberglass Repair
: Southern Wood Piedmont
Good Credit Needed. Custom built M M M Kl
$103.25 per month.Phone 964- Frontage Broker Boats.

5606. tfchgEXTERIORINTERIOR At Trout Your Stream Doorstep BUY SELL TRADE. Baldwin Fla. =1 0 =3h 1 IruJttr [

quality $1,850 Total APPRAISALSCall .a/aoaal 0 ym.TF: I I I.. D';.["
10% Down 111 *
painting, house pressure itr r }
Surveyed' Good
washing, paneling, block ceiling Bill Powell Job
Installed. Pre-lnflation DIANE STEED Opportunities

prices, free estimate, prompt 2700 W. 16th No. 301 964-6464 Cook Phone 964-6061 '+\''"" FREE

service. Phone 533-2381;Arthur or Amarillo, Texas 79102) 24 Hrs. A Day $ ESTIMATES[ awe ,a'. aaa ,l'o' Ur, IN"m af'0"
after 6 p.m., 1-378-6155, 806-352-3484 Dishwa.h.rsRestaurant
Aubut, licensed, bonded, or 806-373-0115' l t
guaranteed. Itp
(tabluh.d 1949) 24x52.3 Br \Vi Baths and Utility Room
P.O. Box 607 'V '? Phone 964.6061WELLS

*fcsr...... tk.*\*,. mIlSol. 744 N. Thompson, Starko $6,995 See up and ..

,,\0." Where/ >'""r Itunineit; /.' tinny 4pprNriurvd t" ; DeliveredOLIN'S


ELECTRIC Now and Used IIWY4 100 W.,.- STARKE 964.5606



i 744 N. ,Thompson Free Estimates IMPORTS, INC. Complete Building Service Veterinary Injectables

Starke, Florida TF 509 E. University GOOD PAY Phone 964-5270 219 Washington St.

** Gainesville 372-4373 TF AND BENEFITSPaid Starke Fla.
rttf( >sftttttrr ttrtrtrrtrrrrrrttrrrrrrrtrttrrrrfrrr
INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR Paid Holidays "The No Wax Floor" $4.59 "

H. H PLASTERING SELLING Group Insurance Comolcielv InatalleH l Compare: At S6.50 V Silo V-


Phone,782-3578 Or 7823896P.O. BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
Box 605 Lawtey, Fla. And Many Others .
Many Color To Choo From $697
ExeMdi F.H.A. Sp clflo lon
HARDCOAT STUCCO Charles Zl'p.,' "Iln POMOJI At Compl.l.lr ln.t.lt.d 0.... Rubber P.ddln. P.r Silo Yd.

Associates STARVE' Th. Carpet With Th. Now Look! ANDREWS DRUGS
"W Make House Calls PHONE 964-7826 Of .00* C on 11 nllO". F|I. Nylon
Many Color. To Choo.. From f QP
13c-9/6 I 421 W. MADISON IT. .......* 8 A.M. 5 P.M. Compl.t.ly in.t.a.d 0....Rubber Padding P.r lq. Yd. $/ .Y J YOUR COMPLETE DRUG CENTER -


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The "BIG
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For Every Budget
20.8 cu.ft.NoFrost .
rangethSVVirI6DnetTri'Yl 1 1"I' WATT WIZ E Refrigerator-Freezer
1- holds
Giant 6.96 cu.
1: lie
"I' I Economy -- = to 243 pounds
.' ;:: -i up

,,'. I'mQ'' .. .. = :: Super Thurst I -i: .Jet freeze ice compartmentAir

1,0.'i" ;''i ., >. 111 Flow I l JJ .Ice 'n Easy Service

.: .. I.O;;.; .. .. ...I .... 4.000 BTU f 13.8 cu. ft. fresh food section
.. ,,,__, :S':
&. .i-iS .f.> -r...} ), :::::; BTU Carry Cool =j-y .Adjustable, full-width
:= -, --= :: Thermostat
-.. Sleep shelves
1 .:O- :::. cantilever
;;:"01. E..c..I ". --n! II :: Cool With' For Only
I :: Lexon
.. J I ---... :: Meat attaches to any
I pan
:-.I ::;:
I Case For shelf
t I -- :::: Long Lift $9 9 .95 cantilever cabinet
.I I .. ::
I .... I I "-'---"--- -- "- :::: / f .Twin vegetable bins

". &,. -'-. J 'I.'",/ I ...... I ....:..: 11,500 BTU I trolls out on big wheels
v" "':11111 \
/ {: .GE colors or white
: ys.
Complete Chateau A ixomacic Continuous Cleaning Lift Up Removable : 115 VoU (No Special Only 30/"' wide 66" high
Oven "Wood' Tone Cook Top Removable if.::
) ovens, oversightsPorcelain :::C Wiring) 23,000 Superline
Trim,In\White Oven Door And :::
ThroughoutWood Avocoda. Or Harvest Gold. Clock Timer :::.j $$269.5 2 Speeds
"' ToneTtim Door Seals :::: X35:>>9.00 -zIREEIER -."? 1
259.95 :; Y
. 319.00 With Trade $181.50 '11:#: Any Size To Fit Your Needs
.: With' Trade 'lIh Trade 1:
: On Display

3 Cycles! Big Capacity!

332 W. ,Madison -Stnrke. Fin. Low Cost!

.. Phone 961-7701 1 '-r f Ftlter-Flo -
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SERVICEAll ; 61 Cold_ weJ1 and
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i + t! Ertn Wua.etwa. Automa'ic Icemaker r \
fabricS d
I Ally heIfJ -.L.wa (available at extra cost)) NeR
can be added {
Makes Of I now or later
$227 NOW
A lr ConditioningRoom

Units To Central Heating ///1/j/ / MATCHING ELECTRIC g/,13-7111: I I> $399AWYER SLADEGAS Trade I

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Call Us For Fast Professional 332 VI. MA FLA.
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5 Years W > :.. Pusonyn..ces.ay I
:' electrical work.Completely. CARRIER'S MATCHMAKER...Hers b
On AH Part (singlr'packaged!
Mm Mm aIr< condItIon.that brings cool conditioned comfort day]
'S 6 9.. 7 .
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5,000 BTU'S $119.95; / InstalledPlus and a long unit' "lifilCOMPARE' ,
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