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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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which began! last spring.
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'>' v. ., of approximately $28,000
1st during the construction

period, which must be paid ,
by the city from its general
1974 Strawberry Queen candidates are (II-r): Karen CathyVood.. Terry Kite, Vicki Williams Nancy Ormsbec. fund with another dv:
Reddish, Alice .\t\l Jordan Dianne luskins. $44.000 which will be

applied to the loan in order ri'

r 14 Eye Straivberry Queen Crown charge that the per minimum customer water can ,; Vjjt .i

be held to the $6 figure

originally quoted to those
' Fourteen lovely young arena. Contestants will Contestants are: Vicki Williams 16, sponsored ;Nancy Ormsbee, 16,
ladies have their' eyes! on the' parade before five judges and Alice Atwood, 17. sponsoredby by Williams Jewelry. I sponsored Mustang: Mobile signing up for the service. :14t!
crown of beautiful Kathy the audience in street clothes Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds. Karen Reddish 16, sponsored Homes. Monday night's resolution :
Brown, 1973 Strawberry sportswear, swimsuit, and i Debbie Starling 17, sponsored by Terwillegar Motors. Debra Jordan 16, sponsoredby included a pledge of $72.001)! ( (
Queen who will rule over the evening gown.Competition. by Farmers Mutual Handy Way Food Stores. from the city's general fund to
annual Bradford County Fair Exchange. Deborah Bright 17, sponsored Dianne Gaskins, 16, spon- defray these added costs At a Just An Ole Farm Girl
this weekend her reign en- will begin Diann Moore, 17. sponsoredby by Starke Civitan Club sored by Eagle De Vanes. previous meeting in January.
ding Saturday night when a Saturday afternoon with informal Hurst Shell Service. Cathy Wood, 16, sponsoredby La lain Ilerres, 11, spon- 1 1-2 miles of water line had Though she hardly( looks the part RebeccannKiiig:. Miss!
new queen will be crowned. interviews by judges Terry Kite 18. sponsored by Southern Discount sored by Jackson Building been trimmed from the America say!s, "I'm I an ole farm girl 1 grew up on .1 l.uni/ i in.
The Bradford followed by a dinner given by T. G. and Y Family Store. Supply project due to increased costs Iowa :My lather raised t'orn andsoybcans.cattle .IIHf( lings:
County the Junior Woman's Club of Ginny Wilkerson, 16, Carnell Williams 19, the Kebecca Anna involved .H activities Imol
The five judges are Miss since system was !>o in 4 in high -
Strawberry Queen Pageantwill
celebrate its 11th an- Starke sponsoring sponsored by Mitchell's Drug sponsored by Morning Star originally planned early in including cooking sewing and furnishings! and piuoiilKenioys
organization. Store. Lodge No. 26. (.See Page 5) needlepoint t
niversary this year in con- 1973.The
junction with the 24th annual -..---- _.- resolution authorizesthe Six ears ago she moved to Colorado and plans I to enter la\\
Bradford County Fair. Alwaysa city's engineering firm of school alter the ll(74\( reign is completed
highlight of the 4-day event, Sverdrup and Parcel to Bl'ckyas accompanied by Dorothy Schwuger who h.is.
the beauty pageant will proceed with final plans and traveled to Starke lor the past t lour }ears attending I tin-
climax the fair Saturday night specifications for constructionof Bradford/ County Fair with :Miss America
when the new queen is ,. the water system :M.ic Baldwin has made the visit possible for the past! !sip
crowned at the conclusion of Monday night's action was years
judging which begins at 8 p,m. k ai taken on u motion by Commissioner :Miss King 111'in from Atlantic City last Tuesday ..iltemoon. .
I in the show arena at the ; Barbara Jordan, and graciously' consented to make a round ol the
fairgrounds.The seconded by Robert Scott. fairgrounds Tuesday night for the Telegraph camera
1974 pageant will be a N With Jordan'md Scott votingfor ''I I've nursed a few ol those." said Rebecca looking Lit
show designed depict the v the proposal and members sonic very clean pigs in (he livestock barn Attired in a
Walter Smith and vellow :Miss America made brief nl the
personality. poise, grace, and I ) aY Spurgeon pants suit. a tour
beauty of the 14 contestants, Massey voting against it. fairgrounds accompanied by sponsor :Mac Baldwin. his wile.Tina .
and will also be designed to L Mayor.Commissioner Eugene and :Mrs Schwager. :Miss America's ever-presenl
please the capacity audience Pearson an advocate of the chaperone and an entirely cordial lady
expected to fill the show project since the start broke \\cdnesday morning was spent in Jacksonville with TVs
the tie with a deciding yes Channel\ where :Miss King appeared on the High :Noon:
tl tlti
h, vrq? 4 vote program From .2-4 and i.B!) p m, she sppeared at the
It was a far different picture fairgrounds in the Baldwin Cht'\'full'I-Olds) booth where there
: than the one presented last is also a display ol American :Motors vehicles I from the
January when :Mrs Jordan's Gainesville (list ril>utor.hip recently purchased by Baldwin
/ motion to proceed died for
lack of a second, and (he

''41r7 f i E 'lEr project Strong seemed opposition stalemated had Newly Appointed

developed at the January
mt'etinghen some Lawtey\
citizens who had signet:] the
water contract, claimed they Circuit Judge
did so without being informedthe
444I project would mean
levying a ten per cent utility
tax in the city, in addition to Has Hours HereCircuit
Pancake the water charges. They said

the City had not publicizedthis Judge John J. Crews handle circuit court mattersin
Hreakfast I fact before obtaining their announced Monday that Bradford Baker, and Union
signatures The Com Counties..
Circuit
Easter newly appointed Judge
Sunday
7:30-1:30 missioners explained that Wayne M Carlisle, of Crews, chief judge of the 8th
FHA required the utility tax Gainesville will have regular Circuit said that Carlisle will
$1.30 Adults a. ocIIIIf. lli y r rjr.d as security for its loan. hours in the Bradford County spend one full day and a partof

% .75 Children Bradford Strawberry Queen Kathy Brown cuts the ribbon Wednesday with the ribbon cutting and ends Saturday night, FHA said would be that 200 courthouse on three days each two other davs each week in

((12 and under) to open the 1971 Bradford County Fair that started. II a.m. customers make the water requiredto system week and is being assigned to house the Bradford starting April County 15.court-

financially feasible and retire
First United the loan. Several signers Carlisle will be in the office
FairUnder Weather Chanceyfor
Methodist Church 2,500 Open 24th County indicated a desire to remove from 9 to 10:30: a.m. on
Starke Mondays spending the rest of

their names from the contract ;
l'airoers;
Mayor Commissioner Neil reigning Miss America, sponsored by the but were not allowed by the day in Baker and Union
Sponsored by UMYF clear blue skies (for a Tucker, County Com sponsored by Baldwin Bradford ?Roping Club, Age the Commission to do so At Good weather Thursday anda Counties. Juvenile matters
change), 1973 Strawberry missioners Ralph Bryan, Chevrolet-Olds of Starke. groups will include Pony last count there were 193 chance of showers Friday will be handled by Carlisle in
Queen Kathy Brown cut the the Bradford courthouse from
traditional ribbon at Dave Paulk, Eddie Allen, and Another major event of Small Frys Junior Boys, signers and FHA is apparently and Saturday is the weather
11 am. Junior Girls Powder Puff, willing to accept this for the Bradford 1:30: until closing on Wed-
PastorAppreciation Fair Association President forecast 1974
opening day was the Livestock
Wednesday, opening BradfordCounty's and he will be in the
nesdays,
Seniors number the loan
Jack as requesthas
Arthur Gaskins and Benny. County Fair under here
Contest way
Fair Judging at 7:30: p.m.
24th Annual office all
been day on Friday, Judge
approved.Assessor's
day
with results not Winning exhibitors were Wednesday through Saturday.
expected to draw some 40.000 lines formed early for Wednesday, Crews said.
Long known announced afternoon Cooler weather is expected
at time. Wednesday
spectators before the week is press
Gospel Sing Club'sannual
the Starke Rotary in the following Sunday. The second floor office in
FeaturingGospe' out. Rural-Urban Day The Bradford-Union 4-Nand classes: Office New River had the highest the new courthouse was usedas
Revelators chicken dinner, traditional FFA Steer Show will be "home base" by former
the
Officials estimated the Commercial: 1st place, amount of rain during
Baker' Family opening day attendance at opening day kick-off. Ticket held at 4 p.m. Thursday in the Japanese Bunka and Em- To Close At NoonThe period from Monday March 25 Circuit Judge George L.
2.500the largest first day sales were limited to 1,000 livestock arena with the Steer broidery; 2nd place Carwood office of Tax Assessor to Monday April 1 with a totalof Patten, who died in March
Sunday, April 7,2 .
p.m. plates, served on a "first Sale scheduled for 8pm.Friday after an illness of several
turnout in the Fair's history. Interiors and A. Brown; 3rd Gene Long will be closed to 1.9 inches during the span.
come" basis by Rotarians who Louis Hill Tower at Lawtey months. He also handled court
place Badcock Furniture.
John Myers, general managerof the public each day after noon
Church of GodCommunity
dawn to start the Climax of the week's special and Baker
the Fair Association, said rose before Junior Education: 1st place until.. the 1974 tax roll is measured .9 inches of rain matters for Union
that all exhibit space had been cooking process. events will be reached Future Farmers of America; completed. Long said Mon- during the first Monday of the Counties
.: sold, down to the last square Highlight of the day was the 2nd place, Bradford Middle period while Santa Fe Tower After Judge Patten's death,
wllr ( ( foot, with the number of arrival of the current Miss Saturday night at 8 p.mI<:ith School; third place, Bradford4H day."It's the only way I can see measured one inch, accordingto Bradford County interests
exhibitors exceeding last America, Rebecca Ann King, 14 beauty contestants vying! Clubs. to do it," says Long who says the Forestry Department. waged a strong fight to retaina
etatr dank year's previous high mark. at 2 p.m., with another appearance for the title of 1974 Strawberry Adult Education: 1st place, his staff has an average of 31- During the week two fires resident judge, which the
scheduled for Queen in the show arena. Vo-Tech Center; 2nd place 2 minutes to spend on each destroyed 16 acres. One fire in county has had for many
Wedl,:sday night. This is the Agriculture Exhibit 3rdplace of land in the the Hampton area burned 68 vears. But the battle appeared )
A._.. ........ U. Participating in the ribbon- ; parcel re-
lost when Askew
T. $ .- hr cutting ceremony with the sixth year that the Bradford Saturday afternoon's main Florida National evaluation currently underway acres while a fire in the Starke Gov. ap-
P.....tl 0.-11 __ C.. ted the Frolics Guard. area burned eight acres. (Sr* Page/ s)
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Clothing Construction Theme of the show will be Mrs. Dolores Miss HardyMiss clubhouse of the night for the annual Country
Boyce of
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cs at Bradford-Union "Fashions Blooming in Starke, and Walter L. Woolfeof Woman's Club of Starke tookon
i Vocaliunal-rechnicalr I Spring." All garments to be Jacksonville will be unitedin Carol Hardy, whose a country air Saturday country scene highlightedthe
'" i will present their Fifth shown were made by students marriage to Bobby Milner stage and the dining tables
,11 (Fashion Parade in thei enrolled in these classes. Mrs. April marriage 19, at 7 Friday o'clock at night St., was an event of Friday night, were centered with soft drink
i>i cafeteria at 2 p.m. Huby A. Thomas is the instructor Mark's Episcopal Church witha was complimented at a Luncheon Given bottles holding shrimp plant
1"v.> April 7 and sponsor of the lr lrI reception bridesmaid luncheon on flowers.
following in the
program.Admission. Parish House. Friday given by Mrs. Charles ForMr.AndMrs.M.A.Williams Mrs. Vernon Reddish
fork Shower For is free and Mrs. Boyce, who was for- Darby, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, soloist accompanied by Mrs.
refreshments will be served. merly with the Bradford e Mrs. D. E. Neel, and Mrs. H. Hazel Fisher, pianist,
\ I s. Johns At County Health Department, Hatcher, Jr. at the home of provided entertainmentduring
Woman's' Club has been employed with the the latter on E. Call Street. The Mary Martha Circle of the dining hours. After
'iwson Home x Community Mental Health The dining tablewas the First Christian Church dinner a three-piece string
To Meet Apr. 10 I Center in Starke for the past covered with an Imported lace entertained at a covered dish band provided. music for
and embroidered white dancing.Approximately
', Kenneth Johns was t-I luncheon Sunday following
''i c( at a stork shower The Woman's Club of Starke year.Mr.. Woolfe is a partner in tablecloth centered with a church services at the home of the buffet 200 dinner guests
enjoyed and
1,<\ gilt. March 22, given will hold its April luncheon- Debra L. Griffis, Smoak, Davis and Nixon, delicate encircled pink bridesmaid'scake with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jordan program which was under the
a pale
', CPA, in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
v'ts Jonna Lamb Green, meeting Wednesday April 10, pink ruffle of illusion. Pink honoring (Finance Department with
( L. Cooper Mrs. at 12:15: p.m. at the club house Eugene Norman Register-Bach satin streamers,with fortunes Williams, who were recently Mrs. Douglas Hardy, chair-
I ii", ( awson Mrs. O. T. under the Home Life Dolores BoyceComplimented attached to them, were married. Mrs. Williams is the man, and her committee.
1 m, and Mrs. David Department with Mrs. C. N. Wed May 4thMr. ToldMrs. drawn former Mrs. Ed Prevatt.
Engagement by each bridesmaid at
-in) the home of the Christy chairman. The buffet table was centered ---- -
Members may bring a guestif and Mrs. Carl E. Betty Wade Registerand the close of the luncheon. with a fruit Seven members of the
Wedding cards markedthe
place
in< ere played by the they notify Mrs. Christy how Griffis, Sr. of Lawtey announce At LuncheonMrs. Freeman Register, Jr. seating arrangement.The arrangement and the thirty- Junior Woman's Club, Miss
1 v psts and prizesI many to expect by calling 964- the engagement and announce the engagement of five guests were seated at a Kathy Brown, Strawberry
two other luncheon
,.. I n Mrs. Dewayne 5735.Hostesses approaching marriage of their Dolores Boyce was their daughter, Sandra Gene, tables were covered with dining room table and card Queen and the fourteen
s. Neil Crawford with Mrs. Christywill daughter Debra Leatha Ella, honored at a Dutch treat to George Michael Bach, son embroidered linen cloths and tables. Strawberry Queen contestants
Ui! !ary Osteen. be Mrs. Paul Bridges, co- to Eugene Robert Norman, luncheon Saturday given by of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bachof centered with The circle members gave attended a beauty contest
i :shment table was chairman Miss Norma son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. friends at the Holiday Inn with Greenville, N. C. with pastel crystal swans the honored couple the book, seminar given by the fashion
sweetpeas. "
""< lh a lace cloth over Canova Mrs. C. A. Futch, Norman, also of Lawtey.The Mrs. Henry Godwin, Mrs. Sandra was a 1968 graduateof Arrangements of day lilies "The Living Bible, as a consultant at Maas Brothersin
l vi ind centered with aI Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr., Mrs. wedding will take place Randy Johns, and Mrs. A. J. BHS and is a senior at the and shrimp plant were used in memento of the occasion. Gainesville Monday night.
I f doll flanked by C. A. Knight Mrs. G. J. on May 4 at 4 p.m. at the homeof Eaves as hostesses. Mrs. University of Florida. decorating.The ,
i It's in milk glass McGriff Mrs. W. H. Nollman, the bride's parents with a Boyce will be married on Mike is associated with A, honoree was presentedwith
!'.I i fiilwmed with Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. reception following.The April 19 to Walter Woolfe of C.Monk Tobacco Co. in Farm- a corsage, and a serving 711 N. LAKE ST. OWNED k OPERATED
i >I' I loiets and Cynthia Schmitt, Mrs. E. B. bride-elect attended Jacksonville. vile/ N. C. piece to her chosen china by STARKE. FLA. By CHARLES BLALOCK
'circled\ the Mrs. J. S. Shuford, A June wedding is planned.
M 1 punchi Searing BUS and was a member of Centering the long luncheon the hostesses.
I i Mrs Gladys Weldon, and Miss FHA. table was an arrangement of Among those attendingwere Phone 964.6725
serving were Kathy Brown. Mr. Norman is a 1973 day lillies and shrimp plant. ConnerBeugnetDate the honoree's mother,

Beth Ann Dyal ............................ graduate of BHS and was a Sixteen friends of Mrs. Boyce Mrs. Charles Hardy the
Lisa 1 Lawson and member of FFA. enjoyed the occasion. Set Apr. 6 prospective groom's mother, BLALOCK'S MEAT MARKETCUSTOM
lill.I BirthsMr. All friends and relatives are The hostesses presented the Mrs. Robert W. Milner, and
Miss Sheila Gail
I >ses; presented the invited to attend the weddingand honoree with a lounging robeas Beugnetand Mrs. Richard Milner of
,i lli a corsage and and Mrs. Rod Crawford reception. a memento of the occasion. Douglas Lucian Conner Tallahassee. I
nUI'sel'set as a announce the birth of a .. will be united in marriage on CUTTING' BEEF BY THE
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n i] t ol IIw'on'asion daughter. Misty Lynn, on Jan. April 6 at 6:30: p.m. at the AND WRAPPING QUARTER HALf I
Johns, ol Kurt t Sill 28 in the Union General Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates FOR HOME FREEZER OR WHOLE
Mr. and
Mrs. Andrewsand
Mrs. Robert Barksdale attended Guy Conner, of the weekend of
]c the lot'met- Sallyn grandparents were guests Mrand
Hospital. Grandparents are
the FFWC district fourPresident's Miss Lillian Stump visited Mrs. Robbie Shaller. I
>.I She' spending Mr and Mrs. Paul L. prospective bridegroom on
Mrs. Erik Johnson in Good
.il '1111''n"i'th1-' with her Crawford II, of Starke and Council Friday in Crosby Lake Shores, with a
Samaritan Hospital in West
L'i:\ .i,i I'' ".1" s M I Ii I.i I. Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Jacksonville with the Rolling- reception following.
Palm Beach on Monday and
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Anthony-Lee Engagement Told Carol Ann Hardy Becomes Bride Of Robert Milner, JrMar.29 Donna Davis New Members Intitiated
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Mr.and Mrs. A. E. Anthony, Mrs Is the son of Mr. and Charles Darby greeted guestsat Honored With Into Alpha Delta KappaAlpha
Jr. of Keystone Heights an- Thomas E. Lee of Yulee. the door, and standing in
nounce the engagement and Fla. He. is a graduate ofFernandina the receiving line were the Bridal ShowerMiss Gamma chapter of Hamilton; historian, Er-

approaching marriage of their fakeigh bride and groom, their Alpha Delta Kappa met at the nestine McRae; sergeant-at-
daughter Pamela Mr.School l and attended I and bridal home of the president Lucille Vellenga
Gail, to parents attendants. Donna Davis, bride- arms, Marilyn ;
Larry E. Lee of Lake Butler.Community College. He! Miss Colleen Nichols kept the elect of April 12, was honoredat Payne, Monday night March chaplain, Ruth Frazier, and
served in the U. S. in )
Pamela is Army bride's book. 18. members.
a graduate of i a bridal shower Thursday
Vietnam. He is now employed r Highlighting the club house During the business The colors of golden
Keystone Heights High School 4I night, March 28,given by Mrs. sorority
as a respiratory therapist atJunior' were two baskets meeting, plans for olive and violet
St. Johns River large of Myrtle Young, Mrs. Robert attending yellow, green,
College. She is the Reception and Medical white English stock, hot pink Autry, Mrs. Walter Richardson the state convention were were used in the cornucopia
presently employed as a Center of Florida State Prison gladioli and mixed spring and Mrs. Ewell Lawsonat discussed. The Altruistic which graced the center of the
respiratory therapist at at Lake Butler flowers on either side of the the home of the latter. Committee reported on its table, flanked by green
Bradford County Hospital. The wedding will take place stage, and arrangements of The refreshment table was projects for the year. tapers. The Greek letters,
in early May. the same flowers on the piano covered with a white cutwork Laurie Mullins gave a brief Alpha, Delta. Kappa com-
and the mantel. history of Alpha Delta the table decorations.
Bridesmaids Luncheon ) cloth, and centered with an Kappa pleted
d1)h'r The bride's table was arrangement of pastel colored International sorority for Refreshments were servedby

Given For Miss Maines covered with a white em- daisies and pompoms. The Women Educators. She also the hostess and co-hostess,
r _
: : broidered cutwork cloth and punch bowl was encircled with led in a discussion of fraternal Willie Mae Denton.

centered with a fourtieredcake ivy and colored florets. education.In .
Miss :Harriett Maines was was accented with a bridal ; : L'' topped with a double Games with prizes were an impressive initiation Kevin CrawfordHas
honored at a bridesmaid doll. Places were marked at bell, featuring a heart case enjoyed during the party service and pinning
luncheon Saturday, March 30, the tables with bridesmaidat with double rings. This was hours. ceremony, Sandra Duncan,
at the home of Mrs. Robert A. cressed in shades of blue. flanked on both sides with Thirty guests were invitedto Eugenia Whitehead, Mary Circus Theme

Driggers in Lake Butler. The A hot chicken salad luncheon three-branch silver can- attend during the hours of Agnes Ferguson, and Jewelle

luncheon was given by Mrs.was served to the eighteen delabra with white tapers. 7:30: to 9:30: p.m. Crawford were inducted into Birthday PartyKevin
Driggers, Mrs. W. A. McGill, guests. The base of the cake was The hostesses presented the the sorority. The initiationwas
Mrs. Page McGill, and Miss The hostesses sent the encircled with feather fern honoree with a bride's book as conducted by the Crawford celebratedhis
Sara Driggers. honoree on a treasure hunt to and mixed spring flowers. a memento of the occasion. president, Lucille Payne; sixth birthday last
various rooms of the home Mrs. J. T. Prevatt and Mrs. vice-president, Frances Saturday at a family luncheon
The dining table featured a where several useful
Lloyd Macy cut the cake.
his
given by grandmother,
floral three-tiered wedding household items were found. New Officers
The two punch tables were Mrs W. H. Hart.
cake of blue and white The gift from the hostesses covered with white floor Milner-Hardy The festive
dining
room was
flowers, toped with a was the last gift in the wr length satin cloths and cen- Elected By BSP Wedding with multi-colored pendants
miniature In treasure hunt, beautiful PartyEntertained
groom. a pair # Nht tered with silver punch bowls around the walls and across
the living room the long table of figurines. n encircled with fern and multi-
a. ; Beta Sigma Phi soroity met the chandelier, carrying out
3W colored daisies. Presiding at at the home of Mrs. Kenneth the circus theme. The table

the punch bowls were Mrs. Young in Brooker on March was centered with a blue,
What's New In .r:4.q; Richard Milner, Mrs. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. yellow and green birthdaycake
25.The Milner, Sr. hosts at
Johns, and Misses Sandra following officers were were a decorated with a clown.
Bagwell, and Nancy Gay Mrs. Wynn, cookout supper in the First
S. i elected: Wayne On one wall was a large panel
PhotographyIS The bride's book table was president; Mrs. Verl Best, Baptist Church Fellowship portraying two colorful
covered with a white floor vice-president; Mary Sue Hall Thursday night honoring clowns. "Fuzzy wuzzy" rings
length satin cloth and held a Underhill, recording their son, Robert Milner, Jr. were used as favors.Outoftown .
HERE. silver candle holder with secretary; Mrs. Gary Waters, and his fiancee, Miss Carol guests wereKevin's
Hardy, preceding the couple'swedding
The First white candle. corresponding secretary mother, Mrs.
Baptist Churchwas voile gowns in rainbow colors, ; rehearsal. Kay
the setting Friday night apricot, mint green, yellow, Assisting in serving were Mrs. Grady Overstreet, Crawford of Ocala, Mrs. C. W.
seated
Guests at tables
for the marriage of Miss Carol aqua, and pink. The gowns Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr., Mrs.L. treasurer, Mrs. Arthur were Beaslev and Larry Crawfordof
set in the hall. The 24
photograp"tg Ann Hardy, daughter of Mr. featured a square neckline F. Dinkins, Mrs. Don Neel, Patray, extension officer. up included the honored attending Gainesville, Mrs. Charles
and Mrs. Carl Hurst, Mrs. Dolph Hostesses for the eveningwere Fink and Lisa
y. Mrs. Charles Hardy, to trimmed in Venice lace, with couple, their families and out- children and
Robert West Milner, Jr., son empire waist, lantern sleeves, Reddish, Mrs. Roger Jones,' Mrs. Young and Mrs. of-town Mr. and Chuckie, of Green Cove
Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Milner, and a deep ruffle. They wore Mrs. J. O. Gay, Mrs. M. A. Carl Johnson. Richard guests Milner: and Springs, and Donna Thorntonof
Sr. The Payne, Mrs. Mike Sexton, During the Wayne Ricky Kingsley Lake.
8 p.m. ceremony was matching picture hats with program of Tallahassee.The .
Fillingim
eJL performed by Rev. Ben white ribbons, and carried Mrs. Robert Allen, Mrs. Humsucker of Gainesville
oweruV honored couple ---------
Bryant. white wicker baskets of spring Curtis Sanders, Mrs. Jimmy spoke on Cystic Fibrosis.
Providing a program of multi-colored flowers to Crosby, Sr., Mrs. William The Pledge Ritual and presented gifts to their at- Franklin Hardy of Tacoma,
nuptial music was Paul match George, and Mrs. Lex Green. dinner for new pledges will be tendants during the supper. Wash. was home last week
NEW CREATIONS IN MAJESTIC Faulkner, organist, and The brie, given in Rice bags in rainbow colors held at the Garden Restauranton Assisting in serving were and attended the wedding of
Mrs. Charles and Mrs.
COLOR. William George, soloist. marriage by her father, worea were given out by Beth and April 8 at 7:30: p.m. William Darby his sister, Carol to Bobby
George.
Highlighting the altar were Victorian gown of can- John David Francis,niece and Milner Friday night.

three large arrangements of delight, satin-faced peau de nephew of the bride Tony and PageSmoakDate
May We Tell Your Wedding Story? hot pink gladioli, English sole. Her empire bodice was John Milner, brothers of the

stock and multi-colored spring enhanced by a tiny mandarin groom, and Melanie Morris. Set April 17 DAY CARE
After speriJing some time
flowers. Across the collar and had re-
background were fern trees, embroidered Alencon lace with their guests the coupleleft Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Page of CENTER
OUT DOOR PORTRAITUREA on a wedding trip to pointsof ; ;
and branched and tree can with tiny pink ribbon. The full Jacksonville announce the )
MUST. delabra with burning tapers. sleeves ended in a wide cuff interest in South Florida, approaching marriage of their FROM ARM BABIES ar
after which will reside
they at
Gracing the table in the with the re-embroidered
daughter, Cheryl Ann, to ,
328 N. Walnut Street. TO SCHOOL AGE
vestibule Alencon lace and .
button
was an arrangement tiny David W. Smoak. r. P
CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT similar to the altar flowers. closure. The A-line skirt had The bride and groom are The wedding will take place I ik
CONSTANT
both of
graduates Bradford CARE- BALANCED SNACKS
Mark Milner attended his the re-embroidered Alencon
April 17 at 7:30: p.m. in the 11
School. The bride
TODAY. brother as best man. Ushers lace with tiny pink ribbon, and High the is Southside United Methodist NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
were Richard Milner, brotherof ended in a chapel length train. employed by Departmentof Church.
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Jimmy featuring the late Gene Frogge and WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE
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Charles E. ribbon. Division of Corrections, Stateof I I II
Francis The was securedto
475-2989 cap Garnet Studor, former Starke THEIR PROBLEMS
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Gayle Hatcher and daisies, pink feathered car- Baptist Church
and family of Jacksonvillewill Mrs. N. B. Rosier is visiting I i iI iI
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performed for several Governors of Florida,and for the President of the United States.

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!Mr. and Mrs. Louie Mr. and Mrs. Don Page
Crawford of Jacksonville visited his mother,Mrs. Marie ,.
were Saturday night guests of Page, in Jacksonville Sunday e
Mr and Mrs. Vernon Reddish.

Easter Flowers
KustvrKlourrsI'lmsers\ "Flowers By Larry
By Larry !MU840IBill (
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Morar of Panama City
!Mr and Mrs. Kirby Padgett was last Wednesday overnight
nl Plant City 'were weekend guest of Mr. and :ilrs. H. A.
guests! of !Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Lawson. t e OM,
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Reddish.
Raster Flowers ri VA
Flowers By Larry r
Kastcr: Flowers
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1161.811111! Mrs. R. W. Reese and Mrs. 4 C3 + ., # O

Local admittances to Don Page were In Ocala G O

week Kradlord include County: Hospital Mrs. Alice this Saturday Mrs. Joey Reese.visiting Mr. and Tea.Mrs.(ieorget'anova, and daughter Cindy perform at Silver

.R'nkrns. William Jordan -
\\arren Kelly. George Reed Easter; Flowers Canovas Entertain At K.H. Silver Tea
Joseph Brantley Ilrs.Iary! Flowers. By Larry
.John on. :Mrs. Cynthia Crews, HI.a-II"tHJ! ) Mrs. George Canova and team, dressed in identical rwx' a utMx
John Stephens and Henry daughter Cindy of Starke Polynesian "mu-mu's" xrh$C0 o+esu 00000
(.irilfis. Starke. Mrs. Anna Mr. and !Mrs. O. G. provided the entertainment presented a program of :>M
Johnson Lonnie !Melton and of Wildlwood were for the Community Church musical duets which ranged *ktn'', E wev
Mrs Lois Brown, Hampton; Sunray guests of Mr.: and !Mrs. Women's Annual Silver Tea from classical to modern StPEtDPT J "*
John Eddy Graham; Alonzo M. F. Hazen. held !March 15. selections. A few of the duets *
Loath. James Mclntyre and The mother and daughter presented to the guests !in the se, t0rr
!Mrs Mildred Sutherby Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Polynesian atmosphere which +e +s PTO
stone Heights; Weldon ----------
Ke.\ Whitehead Sr. had as Sunday was the ladies theme of the v1 r *
Starling. Lawtey. guests Mr. and U rs. Charles Byron Terwillegar and 20th annual tea, were M f.
Faster: FlowersFlowers Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs Steve Whitehead spent the "Hungarian Dance" by Brahms
Ky Larry George Bishop or f Jacksonville weekend deep sea fishing at "Zampa Overture" by ,.
llb! l-8 inn and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stuart. Harold, "Tea for Two" and a 4 when
Whitehead Jr. of Starke and modern fun number. youdraWinterest
Mrs Erik Johnson underwent their families. They cele- !Mrs. Ronald Crawford and "Manhattan Serenade" by ,
surgery Monday at brated the !March birthdaysof Alter.
Gold; Samaritan Hospital in Mr. Whitehead, Jr., Charles son Kevin, of Ocala spent the
\\ t Palm Beach. weekend with her mother.
t* Whitehead and Sirs Bishop.
!Mrs. W. H. Hart. New Radios

!Mr and !Mrs. Kenneth Elder 0
and sons of Jacksonville were Faster Flowers Easier Flowers _
Sund.n dinner guests of !Mr. Flowers By Larry Flowers By Larry Will Speed $
and !Mrs E O. Elder at !III"-II.atHi> < > !Wil-H4W j from refund !
tax
KlIlg!>II' Lake that
!Mrs. Esma Yongue Mrs. EmergencyMedical
Thelma] Dean and Mrs. Agnes
Bates of Fairfield were If the high cost t of living ... and taxes" ... has made it difficult for you to save Guaranty; Ft'dl'ralhas a suggestion that can
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Aid
Bible Rnswers: J. G. Caldwell.Mr. Emergency medical ser- help put you on the road to financial success.

vices in rural northeast
and Mrs. William! Florida took another step This year when you receive your tax refund check, open a high interest passbook account al Guaranty Federal Savings
Whichello of Gulliver. Mich
WHAT IS THE STANDARD OF> AUTHORITY IN RELI'GION'
are guests this week of Mr.and forward Eight-County last week when the and Loan. At Guaranty; Federal, your3'in work hard by earning extra dollars through:; Guaranty; Federal's high:; passbook

We must have standards and authorities in all the affairs of life; Mrs. K. E. Firth. Medical Care project Emergency, fundedby interest rate of ZVM S; compounded daily! Each insurable account is protected by an agency of the Federal (Government ;

otherwise chaos would fill the earth Religion is no exception. H. J. Waters of a grant from the U S. S20.000.00. Federal offers number of high interest t savings certificates that make! ,ourlIIont'y
Shall the religion of our fathers be accepted as t"e" standards NO'' Mrs. Department of Health ) up to Guaranty even a !
Our' parents were not agreed. Each person traced back seven Tallahassee Spent Saturday to Education and Welfare grow faster!
,"Itinerations has 128 parents, and they surely differed in telligion. Paul Wednesday Meek with delivered 22 tone-coded
nid to give up the religion of his ancestors (Gal. 1:14): ) her aunt. Mrs. Vergle Flynn radios the
Shill we dcceptthe conscience as the guide? If so then nve have as in Starke and with her mother. portable hospitals and rescue to per Good thing:; in the future don't just happen you have to plan for them. Start nun I by depositing your la\ refund at
'u.inv standards as we have individuals. Most of the religious people Mrs. Bessie Faxon in
it i-
iietsecnting the Christians (Acts 2311.) Johns, and Union Counties .
Shcill" we follow the decisions of the majority? "Thou Shalt not Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Each in the I
/oW.l multitude to do evil" (Ex. 23.21. The majority will be lost and !Miss Madge hospital projectarea ;
Middleton accompanied by was given two ol the Federal \ ..
Matt 713. 14)) Guaranty
radios to be used by on-call
Shrill we accept church councils and leaders? NO1' They contradict Mrs. H. B. McLendon of EMT's G.o..IIt: : 220 M "Him" .
and :
Orlando, the weekend in physicians They ISO! W Uimtflitik." >l.DOOSW.trcktfftM .
iUi other and oftentimes different councils within the same body spent |
will carry their radios htle m and Loan AssociationThe '@
,ontuiclict,, and embarrass themselves.. Man is not able to direct his Sarasota attending several and Savings "
on duty a tone will sound Juikr 3SSW. Marina
-tt-ps i Jer 10 231ShillweaccepttheBible productions at the Asolo ... ..... .. ,
alerting (hem when an Friendly. Savings c......' ." H iMi:l" "" ftl d.w.r
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as the standard authority?YES! WHY? they arises. IIX" MfetMOO -- w
I i' s the word of God III Pet. 1211.: It furnishes us unto every good visited the Matthews' emergency The
radios
new Shun
costing
"irk II Tim 316.171 We will be ludged by it I Rev.20:12)). daughter Mrs. William Meng.
in St. Petersburg Beach. each will assure rural Downtown drive-up window closed doe to construction sorry! All other branch drive-up openl'(
residents of prompt response

Southside;; Church of Christ Eater Flowers personnel from physicians in event and of medical rescue
Flowers
By Larry emergenciesOther
3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301 94,4-S 14)4)) radios transceiverswill .
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0> I4l t "' ISki aleti !Mrs. George Roberts Sr. ticipating be received counties by later the par lot- .1 \ .J.J \.J t..J
Mrs. O. L Jr and
S tat\ Haynes use in both sending and .. ?
ri'bie' Stuclv! !Mrs. Lou Struth visited the receiving messages
WorshipWnrchlo Tatum family in Deland
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24 In 2nd Steer Show And Sale (From Page 1)) 9

Shirley Younger, Miss Florida
Twenty-four entries are Baldree, David Baldree, by his younger brother Zed Junior College; Miss Lynn
lined up for the Second Annual Donald Worrell, Lake Butler with the reserve champion Poindexter, Miss St. Johns
Bradford County Fair Steer FFA Junior Chapter and 1,118 pound Charloais- River Junior College; Jim
Show and Sale. Senior Chapter, Jon Brown, Brangus cross.The pair were Hutcheson, vice-president,
The show will be held in the Michael Mowry, Harold the only 4-11 club members in Charter Bank of Gainesvilleand r
Arena at the Fairground Waters, Robert Lee, Barry the show and walked away official judge for Miss
Thursday afternoon at 3:30: Whitehead, Bruce Gibbs, with the two top awards. Florida Pageant; J. B,
then the Sale will take place Dwight Emory. Brookins, Stafford Women's 5 Coa ,4?
Friday night at 830.: Last year Brooker brothers College (formerly Patricia Sea1Pesr
The 2.1' entries in the show 4-11'ers Donald and Zed Rep Stevens) and Charles axLai'
are Zed Hamilton, Willie Hamilton showed the grand Chestnut businessman, Ave'
Hamilton, Beth Hamilton, champion and reserve ., Gainesville.The .
Donald Hamilton, Darron champion steers at the first T 1974 Strawberry Queen Bud
& Bloom
Brown, Sonny Brown, Billy Bradford-Union County Youth A REVENUE INTERNgL will receive a$300 scholarshipfrom >>
Wood ington Alan Steer Show and Sale. SERVICE Statford Women's 2>
Woodlington, Johnny Welch, Donald with his 921 pound College (formerly Patricia
Curtis Addison, Thressa Hereford-Simental cross Stevens); $50 savings bond, Bud & Bloom ]EasterRoses
Jones, Ricky Brackett, Andy grand champion was followed Community Bank; $25 savings j 1
.. bond, Florida Bank at Starke; 3 GPI
$25 savings account Guaranty
Federal; $50 cash Junior Lilies $3"
Woman's Club of Starke;
Silver bowl, Chamber of
RPPLICATIDNS Commerce; Strawberry
necklace,Bullington's; Stereo Varieties I Bitter Blue &
album, Dahmer's; gift certificates j Many Centipede
from Leila's, Garden 1

Now Being Accepted For Persons Queen Restaurant, Kentucky, Pizza Hut, Fried Dairy Rex Begonias $1 EA. Sod SQ. FT.18c 1

Chicken, Hardee's, and a flat
of strawberries from the
Seeking Permanent Employment. Bradford Roping Club. ELECTRIC STARTAllis
Portrait from A. DeArmond Vegetable Plants
Photography. 11
The first runner-up will Chalmers
receive $25, Junior Woman's
Club of Starke; Silver Bowl, 8 II.P. Riding Mower Annuals
Experienced operatorsin Chamber of Commerce; two I. 1
passes, Florida Theatre; gift THIS MACHINE IS UNDER WARRANTYFOR
from Stan's Bootery; gift 2 FULL YEARS Great Selection Of Both
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person 7:30: to 4:00: daily. Starke Pet Center, Kentucky I.
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Fried Chicken, Hardee's and
!Mr.The Otto's.second runner-up will good( lawns "Y r It's Time To Fertilize

receive $15, Junior Woman's

Single Needle Side Seam Club Commerce; Silver Bowl; two Chamberof passes, LAWN SHRUBS TREESGIVE
Florida Theatre; gift cer-
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Double Needle Felling Hardee's Kentucky, and !Mr,Otto's. 1 WE ALSO HAVE THE PERSONNEL TO SPREAD IT FOR YOU 0' 0
Each contestant will receivea "
silver charm complimentsof

Master Williams'of Jewelry.Ceremonies will FREE ESTIMATES ON.
be Bradford County Com- 1 .
mission Chairman Ralph P.
Vogue

be Bryan.Mrs.organist Charles and Goodowns entertainmentwill will Landscaping, Maintenance & Dozer Work :":,

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Leaking sewer or water Skinner said. available for sewer, water, -Heard a presentation merit. Gillespie. STARKE
lines under Temple Avenue "It's an awful lot of moneyto and electrical system ex- from the architectural firm of -Granted permission for
(US-301)) in Starke should be waste." pansion. The new power plant Moore, May and Harringtonwhich the county Health Departmentto HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRS
I repaired or replaced before Bradford commissioners engine is costing$750,000 and has purchased the ask for bids on $6,500 of -Agreed for the Mosquito a CRUTCHES
the state Department of agreed and Chairman Ralph architectural firm of Control Unit to set hours to
perhaps will go as high as the late furniture for the health KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
close the Santa Fe land fill off
Transportation resurfaces the Bryan stated that he and and fees
$800,000 when all bills building
department now
Frank of
4-laned road through the city Commissioner George have been submitted.The Mrs. Frank George George Palatka being renovated. The request :SR-100 near Keystone PHONE 473-3176
sometime after July, DOT Roberts will at a city appearedwith ]Heights.
appear city also plans to go three representativesfrom was made by Dr. Robert
Deputy District Engineer commission meeting in the through with extending sewer Moore, ,
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Walter Skinner told the county future to the -
near explain and water lines to the Reno Harrington, -
commission Monday. problem.The area and the Dalewood firm to the presented board, the
There is no point in putting a City of Starke has Subdivision west on SR-16. new and
said she would like be
new top on Temple Avenue if authorized the sale of $1.8 The two will be bid together master plan developed to see by her the Two wayswithout to quick
it's just going to cave in, million in revenue certificates for a total project of some husband carried to
com
,and has actually sold $100,000, according to Mayor-
Judge . $1.2 million and has the money Commissioner Neil Tucker. pletion.-Was requested to begin hurrying.j .
That leaves the city with some
funding Neighborhood Service
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Raiford 8 TrialPostponed $300,000 available from bonds Centers for children, the
pointed Carlisle, a resident of already sold to be used on the disabled, elderly, and poor. .
Gainesville, to the post. AgainTrial sewer and water systems.But CUBE Economic Agency has +-. 5 forward speeds Large capacity bag 1
Efforts are now centered on Mayor Tucker pointsout been funding and ad- 'r & mounted between handles.A..
the office here the does not wantto r reverse.
keeping open that city ,
by jury of eight ministering the NSC's through .t Sealed chain &. Vacuum action r I
with a full time secretary. spend that$300,000 yet. The federal grants but the Officeof gear t/
Judge Crews said he was in Raiford prison inmates has city has applied for a Federal Economic Opportunity is ; transmission. Self propelled, 21" cut. .A 1
Tallahassee last week to ask a again been postponed; the through the Environmental ,
grant
House-Senate case had been scheduled to Protection being phased out by the Nixon ,I Floating; cutterMispen.sion. 4 forward speeds ; f
joint appropriations begin in Bradford County Administration and CUBE Perfect balance il
sub-committee Agency (EPA), but the grant Economic is
for funds to keep the office Circuit Court on April 8. will require and be based upon disbanded Kerrigan Agency said.being The *, 2(>" or 30" cuts. Push type 18"
open on a full time basis. On Monday, April 1, Judge matching funds from the city. board took the matter under 'I Optional electric and 21' cuts t
Bradford County officials had Theron A. Yawn rescheduledthe Therefore, every dollar the consideration with ,,
no com928 '
feared that it might be closed trial for May 13. city has left to match with the starter -
following the death of Judge An indictment for first Federal grant, the larger the ; HP or 8 HP y_
Patten. degree murder was returnedby total package will be. Tucker r Sed
Crews said that he wants the a Bradford County Grand said he hopes to come out in t I I II u
people of Bradford County to Jury on Sept. 7, 1973 against one to three years with one
have the services of a judge in Charles Andrew Buchanan, million dollars to spend on I /
their courthouse "That is to James M. Fields, Joseph sewer and water system : -4a
say, the judge will be there at Graier, Harold Cleveland projects. Io
reasonable times." When Gray,Charles Henry,Richard But the mayor points out, if -i
asked if he had discussed his Hicks, Roy Lee and James M. the city spends $100,000
All Snapper' ANSIafvn I specifaaiuiivJOE'S '
rmrncr meet
decision with Bradford County Van Hook for the knife repairing sewers under
officials, he said, "My stabbing death of inmate Temple Avenue now, it will
responsibility is to administerthe James E Brown during a have that much less to applyas
courts and assign judges, racial disturbance on M and L matching funds for the Nw: 4th'';$*. SAW SHOP
at the Florida State
when needed, with no other wings hoped-for federal grant, thus
objective than that." Prison on Aug. 5, 1973. making the total money
Mrs. Evelyn Strunk has At their arraignment on package smaller.In 224 E. Washington 964-7580 Starke
served in the Bradford officeas Oct. 5, 1973 each of the eight other action Monday the 373-1996
judicial secretary in recent black defendants entered county commission:
years, but Crews pointed out pleas of not guilty to the
that state funding for that charge of the first degree -
position runs out in June murder of white inmate
unless new legislation is James E. Brown.
passed as he has requested. Trial by jury was originallyset
Exactly how much money for Dec. 10,1973. On Dec 3
will be required for the the trials were rescheduledfor
position is not clear, but Feb. 18,1974 and continued If have home
starting salaries for judicial until March 11, 1974 at which a
secretaries begin at $7,100, time they were again post- you
according to court ad- poned until April 8, 1974.
ministrator Ben North. In addition to Brown's ,
Judge Crews said that Mrs. murder on Aug. 5, 1973
Strunk will handle some fourteen other inmates were
juvenile matters and other seriously injured during the
business for the courts from racial disturbance. It was
Baker and Union counties. He estimated at the time that have the
urged that local legislators about one-third of the 954 we
support his funding request at inmates houses on M and L money
session.the current legislative wings melee. participated in the





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Holy... Week Services Starts Mondavi;. Easter Sunrise Service April 14


Traditional Holy Week tellowship hall from 12 noon to Wednesday, April 10- Rev Catholic Church. Theme fulness." Text: Mark 9:30-31: 46. Luncheon in charge of St. First service Methodist win be held in the
union services will begin 12:59( daily, with Mrs James Church and Church.
: pm Cregan, St. Edward'sMethodist "For Certainty Faith- March 10: 3445. Luncheon in Mark's Episcopal
Monday, April 8, terminatingon Louise Kite (phone !%46503)as ) : charge of Mt. Moriah United Allen Chapel AME Church. l
ArB "'r Good Friday, April 12. luncheon coordinator. Methodist and St. Edward's Sunday, Apr. 14 Sunrise
Easter Sunrise Service will Monday, Apr. 8-Kev. Ben Plan Easter EventsOn Catholic Church. Service, Crosby Lake Ti'gJw ..4.8tGW
be held at?a.m. Sunday, April Bryant, First Baptist Church. Thursday, April 11 Rev, Cemetery. 7 a.m. J. C. Brown. IT-S EASTIIR:;
I 14, at Crosby Lake Cemetery.The Theme. "For Decision: Maundy Thursday, April 9:30: a.m. This event followsthe Charles First minister of First Christen
a; 43CR following schedule of Love." Text: Luke 9:51-62: 11, members of the First community Easter Whatley of God. Theme, Church. Theme :
Assembly
.a ,. Easter services was an- Luncheon in charge of First United Methodist Church will Sunrise Service which will be "For Discipline Patience." Joy." Text, Luke 24: 10-11.36-
rQ nounced by Rev. George L. Christian Church and First ha ve a Tenebrae service in the held at 7 a.m. at Crosby Lake Text Luke 22:14-38.: Luncheonin 53. I
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Harper, president of the United Methodist sanctuary which will include Cemetery. Donations are charge of Greater Free Will Music for the week in
St.irke Bradford County Ministerial Tuesday, April 9-Rev. John the Holy Communion. The $1.50 for adults and 75 cents Baptist Church and Madison charge of William George
Alliance, sponsor of the Holy Franklin, evangelist Theme, service will be between 7:30: for children 12 and under. Street Baptist Church. Minister of Music. First
Opportunities for Service: Week series, as well as the "For Watchfulness: Peace." and 8:30: p.m. The Tenebrae service and } Sunday Brotherhood Sunrise Service. Luncheonwill Text: Luke 91-47.: Luncheonin The church annual Pancake Pancake Breakfast are Flynn St. Mark's Ills suggested that persons
be served daily at Holy charge of First sponsored by the UMYF and the Easter Sunrise
:Meeting and Breakfast 7-3U: Breakfast will be held in Episcopal Church. Theme, attending
be held the Church and tickets are available from the chair ,
Week services to in Presbyterian and Bring a folding
Service
"For Kindness
Sunday School 9:45: fellowship Hall Prayer:
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.1 m. on Easter '-
Methodist Church First Church. young people or at the church of ram, the I
First Baptist In case
at tl Goodness. Text Luke 22:39- for seating.
Morning Worship Sunday, April 14, from 8:30: to office. : :
sermon: "Man Alive', Youth ---- __.___ _n nn_ _
Handbells 5 p.m.; Church L
Training, 6:15: ; Evening
Worship 7:30: ; sermon: "TheV"urth SAVE

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:\Ionday-Holy Week Ser-
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('church 12 o'clock noon. 3RD
Message by Rev Ben P.
Bryant; Girls Ensemble, A LLL
c, r.: : Youth "A" Choir 6:55: ;
Youth "B" Choir 8:05.: BIG WEEK
'Tuesday-Helen Masters
(clock i Holy Week Service, GRAND OPENING
1 u noon: Ida Darby Group at
home of Mrs Garl Mathews,
1 Loren, Epperson Group at 825 S. WALNUT ST.
home of Mrs. Ben Baker, 3
pm Junior Choir 3 :30, ( U. S. HWY. 301))
I niiel: Biggs Group at home of
\lr Thelma Lewis; Lottie T IN STARKE, FLA.
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The regular CHAPTER meeting OES of Dell Methodist Pleasant Church Grove, Rev.United Willie IRS Begins New Toll
Chapter 168 OES will be held Com unity News Stitt, pastor. Sunday School,
Thursday the Masonic night Hall, on April Brownlee 11, in 3 By Elizabeth Clveng Walker. 11.10 a.m.Communion Love Feast Service Service, at 3 Free Phone ServiceThe

Street.AU members are askedto SCHOOL Bible Class each
NEWS p.m.
attend and help make Mt. Moriah United Internal assistance: Ft. Lauderdale
plansfor RevenueService's
the Grand Session to be All interested adults are school. It will also help you Choir Rehearsal. Thursday Methodist Church, Rev. Willie Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer new toll-free 565-1681, Jacksonville 354-
held in Jacksonville, April 13. invited\ to take advantage of become a better choir night Easter rehearsal will Stitt, pastor. Choir Rehearsal Meeting. each Wednesdaynight. telephone system became 1760 Miami 35H-5072, Orlando(
classes
17. Each member is asked to the that areoperating in member. continue. Friday night. Junior No. 1 each first and third operational in Florida on Jan. 896-0331! St. Petersburg 8113-)
various
centers. These Choir Rehearsal. Saturday Wednesday.Sunday School, 10 228.2311, West
full 3381 Tampa
give cooperation to this 2 and will continue on a
include year
sell Church,
activity. academic subjectsand CHURCH NEWS night, Ushers Board will a.m. Communion Service, 11 Ebenezer Baptist round basis. Palm Beach 6591111.
anything an individual is New Bethel Baptist Church, dinners from the kitchen. a.m. All members are asked Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor.
interested in. ate Sunday to Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning The toll-free number for
Rev.
Saturday p.m.
Leroy Davis, pastor. cooperate with an activity
NAACP NEWS residents in area code 904 and Both the toll-free telephone
Music is being taught on Bible Class and Prayer School monthly Teachers that will be given by Mrs. Worship at 11. Choirs on
The Bradford 813 should call assistance and walkin
18003428300. regular -
County
Monday and Conference will\ be held.- Nelson Parade, sponsored by Junior
Wednesday Ghent
Meeting each week at 7:30. at 5 Sun-
Branch of NAACP asks : p.m. Residents in code will be
the area 305
service
nights at The is taxpayer
public
Lawtey Elementary Choir Rehearsal for Choir No. Sunday is Pastoral Day day. Choir, 4 p.m.
cooperation of all interested should call 18004327575. available throughout the
School by Mrs. Zeporah P. with Sunday School at Mt. invited.
2 Thursday night at 7:30.: staring IMsgah AME: Church.
in However, from
memorial those
citizens servicesfor citizens income tax filing period
Jennings. Come and enjoy the Bethlehem Free 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11. Rev. B. J. Franklin, The Baptist General State
Will
pastor.
Dr. Martin Luther King, fun in learning music fun- Baptist The Junior Department will Sunday Convention, Inc. will be held residing in the following 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. The
Church, School
Rev. 10 Love
Jr. on April 4 at 7:30 instead Jasper a.m. metropolitan will Saturday hours from 9 a.m. to
: of areas
damentals in the kitchenat 9-14 at Covenant Baptist
piano,auto harp, Williams, sell dinners from Feast Service 11 April
8 in New Bethel pastor began a.m. continue to call their local IRS 1 will be in effect
p.m. Baptist and singing. You will receive rehearsal for Easter Monday 12:30.: League begins at 4 Communion Service, 5 Church, Ocala, Rev. O. V. p.m.
p.m.
Church. The public is invited. telephone number for beginning April 15.
: credit toward completing high night. Tuesday night, Senior p.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Visitors always welcome. Pinston, pastor.



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Bradford High's Girls winners it the Bartrom loss outstanding job this year and 1'1'
Tennis team lost two and won were Mitchell 8.3, Pierce 8.7, I'm extremely proud of
At Bradford one while the boys lost two and and Casey 82. Losses in the them." says Coach Howard.In .
won one straight last week as singles were Jockel 8-4, the first loss to Bishop
the end of the season comes McMillan 8-3, and Hazen 84. Kenny for the boys the match
Fifteen schools are expected Ocala Forest, Hawthorne, R near. McMillan and Mitchell won was played in Jacksonville.
to attend the Seventh Clay High, Suwanee High, The girls are now 9-5 while their doubles match 8-4 and Straight losses for Bradford in
I Annual Bradford Invitational Bolles, St. Augustine, New the boys are much more Jockel and Hazen lost 83. the singles were Johnny
Track Meet to start at 10:30: Smyrna Beach and Union unimpressive with a 5-10 "Bartrom, a private school, Hobbs 8.1, Bruce Tucker 8-4,
Friday and last mostly County i Tf record. came to play and we tried our Mike McRae 8.3, Randy
through the afternoon. Traditionally this meet is a The girls lost 5-2 to Bishop best to beat them but we came Crews 8.2 and Andy Crews 8-2.
Defending champion stepping block to the bigger Bradford High Basketball team that Kenny and 4-3 to Bartrom up short," said Mrs. Howard. Doubles losses Hobbs and
Falatka South is a solid meets such as Conference the Class B District 2 Championship. while shutting out Green "We needed another singleswin McRae 8-4 and Tucker and
favorite, according to ((1-r): Paul Carter. Frank Dryden but we didn't get it." .
83Straight
Cover 7-0. The boys lost two Crews
Bradford Track Coach Grover Godwin, and James Phillips.Top Row: "The girls, overall, played losses in the second
Band To matches to Bishop Kenny both
::
Naples Roswell Kelly Louis llalnes. Jack
Howard. Qualifications startat some fine matches. Lynn Starke
7-0, then won over Eastside 5- loss to BK played in
10( :30 am. then the final Van Priest John Klein manager 2. Pierce played very well in her were Hobbs 8-1, Tucker 8-3,
begins at 1 p.m. Here Directed By Coach Charles Cooley. Not shown on Results of the girl's 5-2 loss tie breaker and Mitchell is McRae forfeit, Hutcheson 8-1,
,
The meet will consist of Strickland Jr.and Carl Carter. showing of being a top-
at Bishop Kenny are: Singles- signs Randy Crews 8-1, and Andy
received District Honors
Jack Eaves
regular events plus extras like The Naples High School Jennifer Jockel, lost 8-3, notch player for next year." Crews 8-3. Doubles Hobbs
the 440 Relay, Two Mile Symphonic and Jazz Bands got Honorable Mention. Hjalmar McMillan loss 8-2, Straight wins in the girls and Hutcheson 8.2 and Tucker
Relay, 440 Weight Man's will appear in concert in the Debbie Mitchell win 8.7; Ruth singles against Green Cove and McRae 8-2.
Relay, the Field Run and the Bradford High School Hazen lost 8-4; Lynn Pierce were: Jockel 8-4, McMillan 8- "Bishop Kenny has some
Triple Jump. auditorium at 8 p.m. Team Takes lost 8-4; Kathy Casey lost 81. 7, Mitchell 8-0, Hazen, by very strong players and we
Coach Howard predicts that tomorrow night (Friday,April ( ) Doubles Casey and Jockel forfeit,and Casey 84. Doubles just were out played in all
the teams mostly likely to givea 5)), directed by Jerome Edwards lost 8-6 and Mitchell and winners were Jockel and area, especially in hustling,"
good race will be Palatka a 1957 graduate of At Fla. Relays McMillan won 82. Hazen 8-1 and Mitchell and Wins for the boys in the 5.2
South, Orange Park, Eastside Bradford High School and son .. McMillan 8.7."Hjalmar Eastside win in singles are -
!North: Marion, and Ocala of City Clerk and Mrs. Merrill and Larry Sherman, ran a "Bishop Kenny had a well McMillan played Hobbs 8.6, Tucker 8-6, McRae
Vanguard, Edwards of Starke.Admission High time of 332.5: minutes in the balanced team and we just in two tie breakers and came 8-2, Hutcheson 8-1, Randy
Other teams to be at the is free. The a mile qualifying round then turnedin couldn't win any singles," out on top in each. We just Crews 83.Andy Crews lost his
meet will be Palatka Central, performance is sponsored by to the 3:317 minutes for the says Tennis Coach Melba outplayea them in" I Doth singles match 8.7. Hobbs and
Buchholz, Gainesville High, the Bradford High Band. the eighth place run. This is the Howard. "Debbie Mitchell dida doubles and singles, says Hutcheson lost their doubles
Interlachen, Baker County, Honors the band has in best time the team has run fine lob for us that day." Mrs. Howard. match 8.3 while Tucker and
received under the directionof back this year. Bradford Girls singles "The girls have done an McRae won 8-2.
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I Bunka Embroidery Picture Sue Passwater's Dolls Win Fair Senior Youth Division I


Wins For Gainesville Sue Passwater a Junior at Blouse 3)) Nancy Crocheted Item 1)) Diane
EntryMrs. Keystone Heights High, won i V Fullwood. Yawn 2)) Glenda Griffis 3))

the sweepstakes ribbon in the __ Pant Suit 2)) Nancy Joy Starling.
Ruth Barkowski of Patty Mullins. 1)v Senior Youth Division of home Fullwood 3)) Sue Passwater. Article of Merit I
Gainesville won the sweepstakes Miscellaneous Pictures- l 2)) Mark products at the 1974 Bradford ; Sport Outfit 3)) Nancy Sweepstakes: Sue Passwater
ribbon in the Adult County Fair with a pair of ii Fullwood. 1)) Joy Starling.
Picture Division of the Home Eoline Green tutoring dolls.:
Sews
Products Show at the 1974 Up
Bradford County Fair. Sue, daughter of Mr and Kevin Miller Wins BMS
Her entry was a flower Mrs. James Passwater of
picture with a bird, made Junior Youth DivisionProving Keystone Heights, entered I
using the Japanese art of four items in the fair a 1'rbtft: Math Tournamentsquare

Bunka embroidery. as efficient at from BMS. sports outfit, the pair of dolls,
stained and a
PICTURES-ADULT sewing as in earning top Pies3)) TMR Class from a boar It is the Kevin Miller, son of Mr. and roots were asked in
grades as a freshman at BMS. glazed second cutting she has enteredthe ;.ZL Mrs John M. Miller of Starke, addition to problems on area,
Class VII Bradford High School, Eoline Candy 1)) Brenda Home year Division of the fair, a emerged winner March 6 froman perimeter, and volumes of
Green's shorts and top outfit Wilkinson 2)) Sarah Norton. accelerated mathematicsclass basic geometric shapes. Much
Yarn 1)) Ruth
Darley 2)) won the but this is her first sweepstakes -
Rosa Lee Moore the Junior sweepstakes Youth ribbon of Class HI competition among sixth emphasis was placed on word
Division of and seventh graders at
Bunka which
problems
Sweepstakes
: the 1974 Bradford Home ImprovementPillow required
Ruth Borkowskl) Janette Fair County 1)) Drew Barry 2)) The tutoring dolls, Sue Bradford Timmy Middle School competence with many
Warren. Pam explains,are dressy dolls with Gissy, son of Mr. mathematical operations the
Miss Green's Tucker 3)) Wynette
and !Mrs
Brushed Bunka1)) Eunice won clothing entry Joiner. clothes on with buttons, shoe Joe Gissy of Starke, solution, says Mrs. Stanwix-
Searing 2) Ann Funtig, projects over entered seven classes in of Article of Merit- J 1)) Donna strings, things that childrencan and the Miller, were finalists in Hay.The
Decoupage 1)) Linda county fair annual Samons 2)) Doug Reddish: ) learn with.SEl'i101t V t idL. math tournament in which number of contestantswas
Titus 2)) Janie competition. She problems posed to the reduced by
Bryan. entered the fair last Creig Scott. .: students questionssuch
String Art 1)) Mary Alice year, and j1 progressively as: A hexagon has one
in her second YOUTH DIVISION:I became
Joiner year won the top 1 tougher and tougher. side painted The
prize.Iiss! Green is the ('la..sVClothing Class III Finally the students still in orange.
Crewel s remaining sides
are painted
Embroidery 1)) e
daughter of !Mr and !Mrs Home ImprovementRug competition were reduced to
Mabel Green blue. What of the sides
2)) percent
Laura e
Dress 1)) Barbara Godwin
Harry Green of Starke. Her 1)) Debbie Douglas. four semi-finalists, all sixth
Mullins. are blue And, such
mother is 2)) Denise Hersey 3)) Pillow questions
a former home 1))) Dianne graders.
Miscellaneous as, what Is the of the
product
1)) Linda
Diana
Davis.
economics Yawn 2)) Joy First of
Starling. the
Titus 2)) Marilyn Mack instructor and remaining fourto square root of 225? What is the
Skirt 1)) Ann
Mary rriF
elementary teacher in Article of Merit 1)) Joy / go out was Chub Johnson, square root of the number 2
Miller 2)) Joiner
Bradford Wynette Starling
schools, and Eoline son of Mrs Anna Ruth
PICTURESSENIORYOUTH : raised to the fifth degree'
Blouse 1))) Eoline
may prove a chip off the old r TJ Johnson, who became thirdrunnerup.
block. Green 2)) Denise Hersey 3) Class VClothing Second
runnerupwas
Bunka 1)) Richard Patty Mullins. Susan I'.issuatrr of Keystone Heights holds her sweepstakes Dirk Schmidt, son of !Mr
Brussmeyer 2)) Donna Page. Jumper 1)) Ra Lynn Dress-3)) Nancy Fullwood. prize inning dulls at the Bradford County Fair. and Mrs. John Schmidt 301
Brushed Bunka 1)) Donna JUNIOR: OUTH DIVISION: Joiner Over 10 minutes of tough
Page. (lass I Slacks 1)) Patty Mullins.Pant questioning remained with
Needlepoint 1)) Dianne Baked Products Suit- 1)) Patty Mullins Post Goes To Gissy and Miller the only two DRIVEINFRI.
Clay Co-op Wingateserved
Yawn. 3 Biscuits 1)) Christie 2)) Denise Hersey. left in competition, according
Decoupage 1)) Gary Faulkner 2)) Virginia Sport Outfit Sweepstakes to Instructor Peggy Stanwix-
Underhill 2) Wendall Waters Crawford 3)) TMR Class from : Eoline Green. Ray Wingate won hands three consecutiveterms as well as to the other eight Hay. !Miller emerged the
SAT
Miscellaneous Pictures- 1)) BMS: Apron 1)) Marla Darley. down over incumbent Richard on the board for a total members of the board.C. champ after solving a percentage
Tim Roberts. 3 Corn Meal Muffins 1)) Article of Merit 1)) Patty Murrhee in the Clay Electric of nine years in representing N Smith, unopposed discount problem and
Kelly Bryan 2)) Christie Mullms 2)) Denise Hersey 3)) Trustee District No 1 election District No I as Trustee on Trustee for District 8, was re- Gissy became the first runner-
PICTURES-J UM: OR Faulkner 3)) TMR Class from. Wynette Joiner. last Thursday. the Clay Electric Board, tied elected to his position with 991
"OUTHBrushed BMS. Wingate during the votes in his favor and Angus up.Questions were asked by
Bunka 1)) Steven 3 Yeast Rolls 1 1)) Kelly Class VI Wingate received 1,066 preliminary nomination Hastings, also unopposed for Mrs. StanwixHay.Irs.! .
Butler. Bryan 2)) Michelle Bryan. MiscellaneousTea votes to Murrhee's 675 out of a election held in Middleburg in District No.9, won another Barbara Reddish, area 6B
Needlepoint 1)) Lynette Gingerbread 2)) TMR Towel 2)) Sandra total of 1,819 votes cast during January.As three year term by 1,044 votes. team leader, served as
Hamilton. Class from BMS: Darley. the Clay Electric Co. timekeeper. Scores
String Art 1) Tom Lock. Drop Cookies 1 1) TMR! Pot Holders 1)) Sandra Operative's annual meeting from Murrhee stepped dowj) "1 want to thank all the tabulated by Mrs Alicia were
Embroidery 1)) Juanita Class from BMS: 2)) Sarah Darley. held March 28. his position he was members of the Clay Electric Steffa

Searing Norton 3)) Pam Tucker. Tote Bag 1)) Janet Dun- A handful (compared to the contribution complimented he on had the made fine Co-operative who gave me Competitive questions involving WALT DISNEY PROIltlCTlOlS'

Crewel Embroidery Brownies \1)) Christie can.Crocheted afternoon crowd) of Clay during his term of office to their vote and"support duringthis problems of complex :nzeBiscuitEater
Faulkner 2)Pam) Tucker 3)) Item I 1) Denise Electric employees tellers, members of the Cooperative election the jubilant fractions, percents, ex-
TMR: Class from BMS: Hersey 2) Barbara Godswin campaign workers for the winner Wingate said. ponential numbers, and.
Cakes ( 3)) Amy Starling. and friends of
plain) u) Lynne opponents
Johns. Article of Merit 1)) Cindy ScoutsOf
I t4 Griffith 2)) Donna Samons 3)) Wingate and Murrhee Boy
pISE SES% Evelyn Cakes Decorated Duncan 1)) Sandra Darley. gathered at 7 p.m. Thursday Accountant Typist v G 'EClWlCDl.IIR' ...."'___,
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Joy
night to hear the totals read I
Troop, 7O
Redding, Paula Lock.
from the six voting machines."I .
Class MI FRI. SAT
Cakes several college ac
(layer iced not Prefer years .
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n nor from BMS 1)) Gary the best of my ability duringmy Win Ribbons counting background. f
Davis 2)) Dale Tenly, three year term of officeas WALT
In Irish folklore, a beneficient Cakes Occasional DISNEY'S
being who wards off diseaseswas Brenda Creamer ii' Other Projects li Brian your District No. 1 Four patrols consisting of Accounting and Business Services hilarious comedyTHAT ;
referred to as Evil. Cupcakes 3)) TMR Class Davis 2)) Jerry Lock. Trustee" he added. 24 Boy Scouts of Troop 70 Inc. moving from Orange Park and I !1 I
with:.15 of 18
Richard Murrhee, who has competed patrols ;
troops of the Alachua District need Accountant-Typist

last Friday night, Saturday
TRUCKLOAD l 1 i and Sunday at the Baden Call Tom Dockery 473-3360 DARN C
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Fair time is "busy time" fora l ).
; lot of our people. This busy ) Johns
time has paid off in that our
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4 1974 Fair is one of the best _
ever About This Question:


SCHOOL This afternoon (Thursday) "I 1 might have known my
\ is an important time for the 4- Aid Can c(*r Fit n d boy would lose that school
v II and FFA exhibitors of
9 instrument lie forgot it on
steers. The show will start at 4
{ j and will determine which The Future Homemakers of America at Bradford High:: the bus, and it's just gone.
: : -I:;: youngster p.m. has done the best School "presented a check for $100 to the Bradford County Would musical instrument
Kidney Fund on March 15.
job of selecting, feeding,
loss
and Linda Allen FIIA president presented the check to :Mrs. insurance covering
exhibiting his
,
grooming
Ida Brown chairman of theft accidental damage
the Kidney Fund. Other high school or
the of the
y-sgrs a5 l.atf' steer in opinion
judge. The judge this year i is organizations have previously, contributed to the fund earning have cost less than 1% of
Ken Durrance, livestock monies by car washes candy sales games, donations the value from the Charley
and various drives. The 10'11solll) and
stationary candy "
To School specialist of the Florida cookbooks to be able to make their contribution E. Johns Agency.
Cooperative Extension Ser-
vice at the University of
l K.
president said that said and the plastic advancing to Middle School at Florida in Gainesville. Mr. set ftv Charley
No; longer is there any doubtas a sign letteringwas Durrance is noted for his
to the identity of Starke identifying the school, which done by Bill's C. B. Radio, the end of the term and ability to judge an animal on JOHNS AGENCY
Elementary School. A hand- was often mistaken for a partof who charged only for presented it to School foot that will produce the best
; some new sign with black Superintendent Jim Temple. rhaT' Pe Ir TtVt iNE 131 SO WALNUT ST
BUS, had been talked about materials used donating carcass after slaughter. ...
plastic letters on a white for years, but this was the first labor.In -;-' PHONE 9Q4-5070
background was recently time the group had done Steer exhibitors also par- HI- ""'AjiirgftiftsS5
presented to the school by the anything about it. The brick a brief ceremony, Mrs Stahding at left with the ticipate in other contests .v.F1M, ) *siA..*"'.
Starke Elementary School mounting for the sign was Essie Crosby a retirin)g studentsareMrs, Crosby; Mr. during the time they carry the
PTA teacher of Starke Elemen: Carl Clark, Starke Elementary project. Each member must
made by students of the Vo-
Mrs. Gary Stephens, PTA Tech School, Mrs. Stephens tary, dedicated the sign to thi e principal; Mrs. Stephens, carry the project. Each s rr ; r r dr r r rI
Fifth Grade who will be; and Mr. Temple. member must keep records on
Yt
his project and have his F _
record book judged for '1 UP FOR SOME ;
Exhibitors
completeness. are
HOMENOTES also placed in the contests of 1 DOWN FOR OTHERSSome

etriTOKlALS showmanship, gain-in-weight, ,s I
and home grown steer. Some drugs will have the exact opposite 1

Competition promises to be reaction when taken uv one class of people
keen this year in all
--G' than Itill when taken by others. For ex-
..
By Kathy BrownIf categories. It
ample, one well known drug that ads as a
Strawberry growers continueto stimulant to the adult system will have a
have problems with unique StarAwtiril calming effect when it is taken by children.
you haven't visited the conditions. Some
growing w This one drug is therefore used for two com W
Not For FloridaMiami Bradford County Fair yet this plantings have grown AIt
week, don't miss it. We have properly and will produce Junior Beth Chapman was pletely different responses

many fine exhibits this year, heavily within the next two recipient of the Student-! :Many factors can Influence tile use of
and it is a great opportunity to weeks. However, about one- Teacher Achievement Recognition
"Star." This the same druK./ Age weight, sex, race, etc
meet and visit with Program
your half of our acreage has grown
Beach attorney Ellis Rubin But we believe this is as far as most understand from this. why
friends. I am especially proudof vegetatively and are not award is designed to give recognition So ;you can readily
who has a habit of breaking into print Floridians want to go in the matter of the excellent entries in both putting on a good crop of fruitat :: to junior students it can be very dangcious. to take a medicine
from time to time, made the headlines legalized gambling. It is a far cry from the Home Division and the this time. who exhibit a sound respect I a physician. has prescribed for someone else"

again last week with a proposal to bring the Las Vegas type of operation, with Youth Division. The local toward the free enterprise YOU OR YOUR IJOCTOR CAN: PIIONF: fS

gambling casinos and a statewide lotteryto gambling dens staying open twentyfourhours homemakers have entered Some growers predict that !system' B when you need a delivery. We will deliver
the Sunshine State. As bait he holds a day seven days a week. beautiful examples of their production will be late even if :Miss! Chapman, daughter ofMr promptly without e"tra rharge .\ greit many
sewing, needlework and
the plants do come on and : and :Mrs. ,A. \V. Chapmanof people rely on us for their health needs v\e
out an enticing carrot on a stick caking and canning talents. produce fruit. I was hoping selected welcome requests for delivery service and charge
suggesting that proceeds from this Furthermore, the eight states that You will want to take a look at that this would be the kind of the Halforda'l faculty of BUS as the one by I accounts

source be used to pay medical bills for already have state-operated lotteries-- these displays, and surely you strawberry year that would junior ho best exhibited the *
the aged and indigent. New Hampshire Pennsylvania, Connecticut will be as enthusiastic as I am. encourage new growers and following qualities: 1)) Attitude 9646757

Maryland, Massachusetts, New have our acreage would increase. toward the business!
The Youth of the area Right now we don't have muchto
With appropriate fanfare, Mr. Rubin Jersey and New Yorkhave failed to also entered many projectsthat offer that would interest our community activities; 2) Extracurricular both in- KOCH'S DRUGS

launched a campaign to collect a million operate them with success. The only they have been workingon folks in growing berries. school and in the business

signatures of Floridians, endorsing the possible exception is New Jersey which pleased in the to past notice year their, and talents.We I am. community; 3)) Leadership 166 W. CALL ST. STARKE FLA. wr

proposal, to present to the current lowered the price per ticket to fifty have some fine young We are still talking and positions in school or com
Legislature in hopes of having 1931 and cut overhead the of and them planning to start a grower munityII) Grade point
a cents by tue we owe a
law people their hard retail market at the Starke average; Academic) honors Ii s l a i a r 1 r i r : r aa.r
governing wagering in Florida computers.But compliment on Farmers Market in Starke. and awards.
amended to include state-controlled work, too.

lotteries and casinos. lotteries Looks like the first or
gambling state-operated are Do stop and chat with me -
second week in will be
That's all we need to add the final note notoriously inefficient with overhead while you are visiting the the earliest date our May vegetable
eating the profits. A recent issue: of Fair. I'm around most of the
up and gardeners will
of tawdry honkey-tonk to our once producers (
time, and I'd be happy to meet '
beautiful and genteel "land of flowers" "Consumer Reports" declared that it have produce to sell. We will
costs only 1.5 to two cents to collect a you. have publicity later this
into another
it Las
turning Vegas
month that will dates
nightmare and spoiling it for those very dollar in taxes but most state lotterieseat Easter is only about a week times, etc.It's give Yy

same retired citizens whom Mr. Rubin up 40 to 45 cents in overhead.A already away, and started you have to plan probably the / \
time to complete
professes a desire to help. menu for Easter dinner.
Wall Street Journal writer remindsus Have your considered planting of garden crops and W L
you serving fertilization of lawns and
The Gold Coast attorney heads a that gambling is "technically a turkey for the main course? ornamentals. We will soon be

Miami-based group, called the Com- swindle: the payoffs on bets must be less in the insect and disease r
mittee of One Million which is than fair and the overwhelming The U, S. Department of season. Be on the look-out for \
majority of the 'investors' must even- Agriculture reports near- these pests and start your
spearheading the drive to expand record supplies of turkeys for uJ
control before
legalized gambling with an eye, no tually lose their money if the gambling this time of year. So, let's"talk have a build-up program of insects you or

doubt, more on the millions they will enterprise is to prosper" Legalized turkey" about the grade disease. Remember also thata
pocket from these operations than any gambling, according to this writer is marks you see on turkeys at prevention program is
benefits that would be derived "by "simply an argument in favor of the your favorite food store. U S. better than a control program.
Grade A ready-to-cook whole
Call me early if have
raising by you
government revenues
registered voters whose expenses are young turkeys are the top of
not fully covered under private in- swindling" its citizens rather than taxing the line. If they are labeled problems.

surance or public benefits such as them. "fryer-roaster," "younghen SEE YOU AT THE FAIR!
medicare." ," "young tom, or
According to Mr. Rubin "Florida is "young turkey," those U. S. Now that March has come and gone
A. birds tender- ,
Grade
Florida already has betting at the losing thousands of tourists and millionsof meated and excellent are for all LettersLAWTEY

horse races and dog tracks. This was dollars to Las Vegas and the thirty- types of cooking. They are we're cranking up our little advertising

legalized many years ago with the large four casinos on eleven Caribbean Islands great barbecued, fried,
Florida counties using as an argumentthe where state-controlled casinos are broiled, roasted, or steamed. NEEDS YOU program to invite you into our Handy-Way
To the citizens of
belief that it would bring additional available. Grade A turkeys are meaty, Lawtey:

tourist traffic to Florida. As an inducement well-shaped from ,defects and practicallyfree such as We, the Concerned Citizens Stores. We've been here all winter, of

to the smaller counties.: hose We're not in position to argue this bruises, tears, and pin- Committee, have been

votes were needed to get the bill passed point, and Mr. Rubin may be right. But, feathers. Select your Grade A meeting since Jan. 8, 1974 course, but Spring steps up the pace a
the big counties agreed to give their if so, we'd say they're the most turkey just before leaving the trying to improve the living
conditions
smaller neighbors an equal share of the profitable dollars we ever lost if they store item, and to make go into it the first Lawtey and in working general in in bit and gets people moving about.So .
your
race track tax revenueand betting at keep our State from becoming another refrigerator. coordination with our Council.We .
the tracks was legalized. Las Vegas. need your assistance if
you are interested. Please be
There are also plenty of
turkeys and turkey parts in present at our next meeting for those snacks, picnic items, cold drinks,
cold storage for this time of Monday, April 8, at 7:30: p.m. toilet
articles and I
at the City Hall. all the things you don'thave

I Runaway Fathers year.supplies These should near-record mean that (Signed ) Concerned time to visit the big Supermarkets for. i
Citizens Committss: Drop in convenient
will be
turkey a relatively any Handy-Way Store. I

economical source of high We'll fix you up almost instantly and make it
Pressure on absentee fathers who flee mothers are particularly concerned that quality protein food. The all- By Joann Harleymrinnum painless

their family responsibilities is now the spread of "no-fault" divorce laws to American turkey is versatile, as as possible.

coming from two sources. Government twenty states is not accompanied by and whole many bird.recipes feature the

policy is being tightened on welfare adequate provisions for the family's enjoy quality Everyone protein with can

funds for indigent children with able- support rights. Several state little waste by serving such

bodied fathers and women's groups are legislatures are now debating new turkey parts as legs, wings, or Besides We're Glad To See You
demanding stricter enforcement of child- divorce laws with stronger support turkey breast cutlets. DENTAL FACTS OF !

support orders in divorce cases. provisions.Now THE MONTH
Although the turkey lacks Teeth that are knocked out

A bill, passed by both the Senate and the tradition of the Easter can often be replanted. The | OPEN FROM 7:00 TO 11:00 EVERY
Bunny, it can play a mighty sooner the tooth is replantedinto l : : DAY |
the House last and now in conference it's time to after
year go the tasty role in the preparation of the jaw, the better the
would require states and runaways! this year's Easter dinner. chances it will take root.
localities to force irresponsible fathers of *****

children on public welfare to assume -

their obligations by paying up.

ORID4 BRADFORD C0 HandqWaqFOOD
Each state under this measure would .

establish a special unit responsible for oxrON A QIil: -NNl1.79-

searching for the missing parent; p4

establishing paternity if the child was .
born out of wedlock; and bringing actionto STORES
obtain contributions from the father BOB G. FERGUSON! JOHN: M. MILLER

for child support. Published each Thursday and entered as Second Ciaas Pl1blishers
Fla. under Ace of March 3. 1879. Matte at the Post Office ae Starke,

CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR YOU
There are an estimated eight million Subscription fate in trade area: 16 per )year: $).50 sin i monch

children in fatherless homes, and Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: |7 per )year: J4.00 six montha. Stark, Fla.




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Mrs. L. T. Izlar Has Top Berries r1

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, Needlework In 1974 FairMrs. Never E&:


.L. T. Izlar is winner of As Late"The _
the sweepstakes ribbon in Poncho or Cape 1)) Linda Mullins 2)) Eva Eddings.
Needlework in the Home Bryant 2)) Lola Johnson. Wall Hanging 1)) Ada
Products Department of the Shawls 1)) Brenda Fer- Reddish 2)) F. H. Kramer. berries have never
1974 Bradford County Fair. tig 2)) Eva Eddings. Stuffed Animal- 1) Dianne been this late coming back
Her entry was an off white Article of Merit 1)) Mrs. Yawn 2)) Rosa Lee Moore. after a freeze," L. M. Nor-
afghan considered Nelson Green 2)) Vera Ely. Tatting 1)) Jessie Young. man, Jr., one of the few
to be the top needlework Beaded Necklace 1)) Eva remaining large-scale family centers
entry. Class IV Eddings 2)) Lola Johnson. growers in the county, said
GarmentsLadies Beaded Ring 1)) Jessie yesterday, "and if we don't
NEKDLKUOKK Dress (street etc.) Young. get about eight weeks of good
1)) Lucile Godwin 2)) Mary Article of Merit 1)) Naomi weather, we won't get our
Class I IChildren's Felton. Starling 2)) Madge Middleton. money back this season( "
or Baby Ladies Dress Long 1)) Norman blamed the late AS SEEN ON TV LlitiLlrlLL srl; Lfii[ L .STARKE..
Lucile Godwin 2)) Naomi .. -
Garments February freezes, followed bya "" ,
Baby Dress 1)) Sharon Starling. Starke Man week of rain for the dismal '-
Combs. Ladies Suit 1) Lucile outlook at the present time. r' ; TT:
Girl's Dress 2-6 years- 1)) Godwin. Arrested In "We're still scrapping a few "
Dress Ensemble- 1)) Lucile berries, but with good 'N "
Joan Mowry 2)) Margaret even fr<' j1LII: ".,
Crawford. Godwin. weather, it will be April 20 I"> ", -aJ.tlIjJl.= 1;.
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Girl's Dress,7.14 years- 1)) Pants Suit 1) Lucile1 Waldo P.O. before there will be any ,l rJ. = '..'
Jean Koznowski 2)) Margaret Godwin 2)) Naomi Starling volume. This is awfully late, Flf;; uft !!IRI lI t

Crawford. Godwin Ladies 2))Slacks -Felton.I) Lucile Homer \Mosley, 24, of for we usually wind up the J. '...,......,,.,,.o{!..==-_--,.....====s":,"""IIDI IRJI--==1t;it.....
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and the fields on a "
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Playsuit Joan open
years Starke, has been charged with .
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Ladies Skirt & y"i". \ longer
1)) Jessie .
about the firstof ;
Mowry. breaking and entering the you-pick basis V 'x****' &+* V.WP ;

Mowry.Boy s Shirt 1)) Joan Young Ladies 2))Blouse Mary Alice- 1)Joiner.Lucile Waldo intercepted post with office an after armful being of Norman May." said he picked 120 ,.....,..........'WMf.VXfWfrSfAtMX't- ... .|... Godwin 2)) Naomi Starling. fiats Monday and 60 Tuesday
stamps and a stamp machine.
Class II Jacket or Cape (short) 1)) from his 24 acre planting
Marie Woodley 2)) Lucile where he should have been
KnittingBaby's Godwin. Mosley was caught by Sgt. NATIONWIDE TESTS
Cap. or Booties or Floyd Maitland the Alachua picking about 1,500 to 1,600 a
Coat- 1)) Lucile Godwin 2))
sacque 1)) Marla Pennne. County Sheriff's department, day."The
Sweater, Woman's 1)) Brenda Holmes. who had gone to the post officeto demand is great, andif
Jessie Young. Apron-1)) Mable Green 2) check his mail. we just had the berries we
Sweater, Man's 2)) Jessie Rosa Lee Moore. could get a good price, about
Young. Godwin.Man's Tie I)) Lucile The Alachua sheriff's office $4.50 to $5 a flat/' he added. ON HOUSES PROVE

Sweater, Childs 1)) Marla Coat said that Mosley may also Norman said the "plants
Perrine. Sport 1) Lucile were beginning to loomout"
face federal charges for the
Godwin.
in the but bloom
Dress 2)) Jessie crown
Young. i alleged post office burglary.
now coming on will take about
Afghan Sweepstakes
Johnson.Mrs. L. T. Itlah 2) Nancy: Class LinensLuncheon VI fruit.three weeks to make mature LUCITE LASTS LONGERONI1Y

Set 2)) including
Ruby Other large growers -
Vest 1))) Jessie Young. .
II the Old
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Poncho or Cape- 1)) Jessie Morris Carter. Lloyd
Quilt 1)) Dolly Spiers 2) Griffis and Luther Hilliard
Young.
Shawls 1)) Jessie Young. Ruby Hersey.Bedspread are all in the same boat
1) Rosa Lee estimated For several Du Pont has
Article of Merit 1)) Jessie Norman said. It is years
Young. Moore 2)) Jessie Young. +. that berry acreage in the compared LUCITE house paint with
Pot Holders ((3)) 1)) Lola
county is less than 100 acres
5 other leading brands on wooden
Class III Johnson. 4l this season,as compared with
houses the
across country. The
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1)) Lola John- Class VII resultsLUCITE lasted longer9 out
MiscellaneousLadies ago.The cold killed and rain $ 9 9
son 2)) Nancy Johnson. of 10 times-dramatic proof that
1)) Anne "Some people the credit
Handbag get ruined the 1974 strawberrycrop
Vest 1)) Vera Early 2)) I 6 __ LUCITE is the brand you can trust.
Dianne Yawn. Greene 2)) Jessie Young. for thinking, but all they do l b says Mrs. Morris Carter.
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Pagel4 TELEGRAPH April 4,1071


. ip4W LEGALSNOTICE ,%##1.W 1ISMwI:( .)CI M Obituaries __Jm.; ._ rJ__ Church Of God

Corner Brownlee and
L. MillerLarry .Weldon Streets. Charles
Larry Catherine Kuhn
NOTICE OF Whatley, pastor
APPLICATIONFOR Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
TAX DEED L. Miller, 54, of Route Mrs. Catherine M. Kuhn,69, a.m. Tuesday in the Apopka Morning Worship at 11. Youth
Sec. 194.16, F. S. 2. Starke, died Friday, March of Apopka, died Friday, Assembly of God Church with Service, 6pm. Evangelistic
Olin has made Ap- Gene Wilson
Mark in the Bradford County March 29, in Orlando. She wasa Rev. officiating. Service .
29, 7pm.Wednesday
plication to the Bradford County NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Hospital Born in Georgia on native of Baltimore, Md., Interment followed at 2.30p : night Prayerand
Zoning Board for reclassification that THE COUNTY OF and resided In Starke before .m. in Evergreen Cemetery,
July 10, 1919, he had lived in Bible Study, 7:30.: Youth
of the property described below BRADFORD the holder of the Starke for the past 30 years. moving in 1970 to Apopka, Gainesville, with Bray- Rap Session, Keystone Motel,
from EA to R1C following certificates has filed where she was employee! by Altman Funeral Home of
truck driver for the .
He was a Keystone Heights, 7pm
E3/40f NW 1 1/4of NW 1/4of the Apopka in charge of
said certificates for a tax deed to State of Florida Departmentof Greenthumb Nursery. She WMC's, first and third
the NE ex that portion West of be Issued thereon. The certificate Transportation, and was a was a member of the Golden arrangements.We Tuesday each month; time
State Road 16 All lying East of numbers and years of member of the Pine Valley Agers Senior Citizens Club of and location to be announced.
State Road 16 Sec. 8, Twp. 6 issuance, the description of the Congregational Holiness Apopka. Assembly of God Gospel
Range 22 (Old Gentry Place). property, and the names in Church. Surviving are two sons,
This change in classification is which it was assessed are as Richard Lewis, of Orlando, clumsy types who can Hour, WPXE, 8:35: a.m.
subject to a public hearing to be follows: and Pearce Walter Hunt, of never get a tape recorder to A Gospel Sing will be held
held on Tuesday April 30, 1974at Certificate No. 26; Year of Surviving are his widow, Gainesville; five grand- work very well would like to Saturday, April 6, at 7:30:
Miller three
7:30: p.m. in the County Issuance 1968.Description Doris Griffis ; children, and two great have the .curtain: lifted at p.m., featuring the Salazar
Paul L. Miller, Stanley and the
Sunshine
sons Family Trio.
the
Commission room at
of least
Beg. grandchildren.
Property: to the extent of
and Otha D. Miller letting
R. Miller, The is invited.
Bradford County Court House at at NW Cor of N 130', of Lot 35, Services were held at 11 public
which time all persons interested in Lawtey E. of RR East of Rd. I and one daughter, Mrs. Retha J
shall be heard for or against the 225 S. 50', to POB, E. 50', S. Hodges, all of Starke, and
proposal, as specified in the 50', W. 50', N. 50', to POB three grandchildren.
Zoning Code of Bradford Name in which assessed. Mid WELLS ELECTRIC
County State Homes Inc. Church Of God Will Honor Funeral services were heldat

All of said property being in 2 p.m. Monday, April 1, in
John Torode, Chairman the County of Bradford, State of Pastor an d Family Sun day Pine Valley Congregational
Bradford County Zoning Bd.L. Florida. Holiness Church with Rev. L.
Unless such certificate or and Rev I. V. Luke
Rev. M E. Fussell, pastorof Friends of the Fussell L. Griffis SERVICEElectrical
M. Gaines, Director certificates shall be redeemed conducting. Interment was in
the Starke Church of God family are invited to attend
1t 4/4/ according to law the property at
Evergreen Cemetery
and his family will be honoredby the service which begins at 11
in such certificate
described or Raiford with DeWitt C. Jones
their congregation on a.m. The Church of God is Contractors
certificates will be sold to the of
Home
highest bidder at the court Sunday, April 7, which has located at 422 N. St Clair St. in Funeral arrangements. in charge

NOTICE house door on Monday in Monthof been designated as Pastor- Starke.
N\\\ ;
Sunday. ------ S II
April, 1974, which is the 8th Family Recognition /11: ."Ce
Horace A. Knowtes has made day of April, 1974. The special event is plannedto Sot
Application to the Bradford Dated this 5th day of March give recognition to the The Bradford Telegraph A,\\ : y s- \ .tovice
County Zoning Board for 1974. pastor and his family for their .., -::.. : : Est\
reclassification of the property outstanding contribution to

described below from OR to BA, By Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk the community. Rev. Fussell WILL SELL Set y -
and his to Starkein
so as to allow me to operate a Clerk of Circuit Court of family came
1972 and have
Garage Bradford County Florida December ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO DENTIAl-COMMERCIAl-INDUSTRIAl
1/iof been active in community
N 1/2 of E SW1/4of 3/144t 44NOTICE
NE 1/2 of Ex 2A in NE Core On affairs since that time
old Bayless Hwy. 6 miles Westof OF INTENTION TO The special Sunday morning APPEARING IN THE PAPER DIAL 9646061SERVING
Starke > REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME service will feature Rev. Alton
This change In classificatin Is Coleman as guest speaker. STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
to public hearina to be Pursuant to Section 865.09 --------------
subject a
STARKE 32091
744 N. THOMPSON ST.
held on Tuesday April' 30, 1974at Florida Statutes, notice is MR. K LEI N DIE N S T' Cost 52.25 Each
7:30: p.m. in the County hereby given that the undersigned thinks Watergate will make I P.O. BOX 607
Commission room at the PHILLIP N. politicians more honest for
Bradford County Court House at HAMILTON, doing business decades to come. But the
which time all persons Interested under the firm name of public's memory is not that
shall be heard for or against the HAMILTON CONCRETE long. I
proposal as specified in the PRODUCTS, 812 S. Cherry St.,
Zoning Code of Bradford Starke, Bradford County, I
Florida, 32091, Intends to
County
A chocolate
big company
register said fictitious name : EveryDaylowPrice .
announces that the 5-cent EveryDayLowPrice
under the of the
John Torode Chairman provisions chocolate bar will soon cost
Bradford County Zoning Bd. aforesaid Statute. IS cents instead o/ the
DATED this 4th day of April, ent dime. pres- CENTER CUT Pantry
L. M. Gaines, Director A. D. 1974, at Starke, Bradford REGULAR GRIND

1tp 4/4 County, PHILLIP Florida. N. HAMILTONSole IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SIRLOINTEAKS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE
Owner EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
BRADFORD COUNTY, '
4/4 4t 4/25
FLORIDA SUPERMARKETSSTARKE'S

I
File Number 2088 In ProbateIN

LOIIDA Spring 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST.
EST RE: ESTATE OF OURANIA
LAINAS, Deceased ; ," Low Ml4ll coat}0 WA
WI .ONUI Sun CO" 1MuAIOMf
WIO .APRIL 10.1874 QUANTITY
ONTROI $159 LB
{AIGISYGN'ti.1i
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BargainsVEGETABLE FINAL NOTICE
., .
tCMUKMCOl : I BAG usniirlicc.p" '
Notice is hereby given that the LB
undersigned has filed a final U 11111 COUPONSBONELESSFULLCUT
_
TRAYOF6 accounting has completed the
& administration of this estate, and I SLICED 1 FLORIDA GRADE 'A'
that after publication of this 1/4 .
59C notice, once each week for four
ANNUAL PLANTS consecutive weeks applicationwill ROUND ,llNrrlrrl ; PORK LOIN FRESHJSTEAKS

be made to the Circuit Courtin
fsam and for this county for approval -
of the accounting and for ; CHOPS i FRYERS
SpectracideDIAZNON final discharge of the undersigned

( ) should be.filed Objections with this if Court.any 2TO ;


INSECTS CONTROLS IN THE MANY LAWN SOUTHEAST FIRST BANK $149 t 3 LB rrnntr 9 WHOLE3gc

& GARDEN OF: Richard JACKSONVILLEBy C.Weimer ffIJ LB | f PKGS uf" LB I II

spectnxnlda Vice President and I

5 oz. . 187 Trust OfficerAs 1 EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice f Every DayLowPrke M
.. Executor of the Last II
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9ONI1Dr Pint. $377 Will and Testament of CENTER CUT SMOKED
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Ourania Lamas, Deceased CHUCKROAST OLEO DRESSED I
4/44t 426NOTICE
feLx Quart. . ?657 SHOULDER QUARTERS WHITING
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OF INTENTION
SAFE FOR FRUITS & VEGETABLES REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME _

BBB.VMB. .n.nnM.nnB.B loan I
Pursuant to Section 865.09
START YOUR PERMANENT Florida Statutes, notice is McCormick I Pantry Pride

LAWN NOW! hereby given that the un- SWIFT
dersigned. JOHN CURLES : SKILLET I. /awPRICfl:: FROZENWAFFLES
doing business under the firm !
Grass Seed
Special name of STARKE CYCLE rrrrrrrr
CENTER 207: North Temple CHILI trwrrlrrr ; MAGIC 5 OZ

ARGENTINE BAHIA Ave.. Starke, Bradford County PKG
Florida, 32091, intends to WITH BEANS 1 DINNER HELPERS

$119 4795 under register the said provisions fictitious of name the I ASS T. SIZES !

"LB. JL 50 LBPENSACOLA aforesaid Statute. 15oz IC I & VARIETIES '
DATED this 28th day of 39 371225BonusBuy
BAHIA March, A. D. 1974, at Starke, CAN J YOUR
Bradford County, Florida. I CHOICE

LB.39C 50Le$15951 JOHN CURLESsole owner BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy: BonusBuy
3/28 4tp 418IN /
MISH FIRM KIM WESTERN RISK

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WESTERN FANCYTOMATOES HONEYDEW CANTALOUPES SNAP

? FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL LETTUCE
HahnLTD500 CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MELONS BEANS

BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL

ACTION. tARGIHIAfr 2/89

_
IN RE: The marriage of
CHARLES GRESHAM, JR., 100% PURE FLORIDA
Husband/Petitioner and MARY PACKER ; HUNGRY JACK !

\v LOU GRESHAM ,
(a WifeRespondent.. LABEL i INSTANT MASHED i ORANGEMUSHROOMSI

1. NOTICE OF SUIT
POTATOES E3txtnn
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ToMARY: LOU GRESHAM / ( *
!- (I 1207 Carr Avenue STEMS AND PIECES4l .

Savannah Georgia i FROZEN

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 40z 12 LB [imritri 99c / 6oz 6 $1

an action for dissolution of """"> ; CANSEveryDayLowPrke I :
marriage has been filed againstyou CANS BOX
BUILT TO LASTr A PLEASURETO in the above styled Court
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and you are required to serve a
DRIVE copy of your written defenses, if : EveryDayLowPrice Sunday EveryDayLowPriceS
AUTOMOTIVE STEERING DISC BRAKE any, to it on S. L. SCRUGGS 5OIOFFI PrideJUICE PET Frozen KING SIZEBREAD
CLIPS CLEAN WITHOUT SCALPING. POST OFFICE DRAWER "C", Pantry CREAMPIES
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA MAXIM i Store Hours
32602 and file the original with .
26" Cut 7 H.P.S 5 t 995We the Clerk of the above styled' | 80Z JAR .
Court, on or before the 9th day 1 COFFIE I 12-7

of April,A. D., 1974; otherwise r.is USST"* i>"i ,,3/89'
a judgment may be entered %:mil!"1'*.:1174.UUtT.<'COUKM.0 1 TMHU,
( Take Mowers In Trade Of Condition.
Regardless against you for the relief 418_____ __
requested in the Petition.
------. .------ --------------
1974 OUR 25TH ANNIVERSARY WITNESS my hand and seal ,-------- -----'"\ r I"" DeUaBGOLDMEDAL
of said Court on the 5th day of 1 GENERAL MILLS II.. BOLD I ",,.Kit

:. LOIIDA GARDEN March A. D. 1974. : TOTAL CEREAL 501 DETERGENT I SAUCEc

: 1ST CENTER Gilbert S.Brown II > 1149 1201 rKU. Ill 17to SOS I -.-..--..-
Clerk of the Circuit Court r1IN I TMW COUPON OOOO ONLV AT M OFF ..'. TW. > 0000 Out*1 T 101
539 East Call St. r w...r NON>0TOM. !THMI I T Ar MKM GCOUPON 0/4 S TOM>TtMM I 39t'
ONTROL .. .. ,
By: Beulah M. Moody :: :, : ; M, UMfT eOWODi C .MI1M/1/4 UYRcou.cL an
a. PH. 964-5745 Deputy Clerk _________ _____J --------------I --------------J
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FOR RENTFOR I FOR bedroom SALE,: 12 separate x 52 trailer kitchen., 2 ,.. HOUSES FOR frame SALE house by owner, large:3 bedroom living, Adult Home Mobile ParkIN PumpsNew I Robert's Plumbing Service ;

I::: :: Central air available. $200 FOR SALE dining,breakfast room, family And UsedSALES

equity 565.and G.assume W. Brewer paymentsof Ph. ..... ...J. room appointment,large corner only.tot. Shownby 964- WALK CITY TO LIMITS NEIGHBORHOOD S3O A MONTH REMODELING

533-2585
or 9647767. lip 8532. 1tp PARTS
GROCERY AND NEW
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RENT: 12 x 60 2 bedroom ------ FOR SALE: New brick home, 3 ------------ SHOPPING CENTER SERVICE NEW ADDITIONS

mobile home. 2 miles from FOR BR,2 bath, family room,2 car NO PETS TF DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
SALE
town. Call 964-5261. Itp : Epiphone Guitars garage, central air and heat NEW INSTALLATIONS
made in Japan by Gibson now JO-LU COURT Plumbing Supplies
and other extras. Approximately
--------- --- at Dahmers 80 Acres 22 A. planted pines -
Discount tfchg. 1 acre. 42400. U.S. 301 SOUTH
1/2 mi.
road frontage $1,100
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnished 1120 Bessent Road. Phone for EXPERT SERVICEON 24 HR SERVICE
house $95 -------- acre. PHONE 964-881O
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per appointment to see, 9648417or
month. Ph. 964-8404 Itchg. 964-6262. 1t ALL MAKES FREE ESTIMATES
2 BR frame house
completely
FOR SALE Pensacola
----------- : Hay. Ph. tlAf/
---- -------- 964-7O61
964-7679.1tchg--- furnished $8,000 PHONE Call 782-3563 Lawtey Fla.

FOR RENT: Small 3 BR House -- Two Months ,
Rd. $100 2 BR frame house, fenced lot, DurrancePUMP
Raiford Mo. Ph.
off FOR SALE: 22 snub revolver ST. ROAD 13 carport and outbuilding $9,600
9647015. 1tp Free Rent!
$19.95, 25 automatic $39.95, & SUPPLY CO.
------------ 38 revolver from $49.95. 357 MOBILE HOME SALES Large 2 BR 1 Bath,CB $25,600 .
RENT 12' wide mobile 864-N TEMPLE AVEColeman's
FOR magnum revolvers $11.95, v.., at l..t. for tbs moMI BRADFORD OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
homes outside city limits. J. .
nine MMM automatic horn BUYER. W. have "
2 BR Mobile Home on 100 x 200 '
B. Whito. Ph. 9646114. If no $129.95. DAHMERS ...w.,. W. have 20 acres of HillY 100 W, PH. 964-5604 :.n
.. canal lot Santa Fe $13,500A. PARK
and and moblla hom '
new
answer call 964-8775. tfchg. tUI
DISCOUNT. ;
10tchg 5/30 ..
No ovamoad. All moblla homalrtcf
-------- MOBILE HOME LOTS ON J} l'
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--- ------------ 'ron.CtOry. No.v..d J.THOMAS REALTOR WELL DRILLING

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum the meant custom.r.THIS $iooo. uvlngtto 205 N Temple Ave. A YEARLY LEASE YOU LARGE SELECTION OF PRE OWNED &
you LOCAL: MAN
Also wants good used gas $3.50,9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 MONTH'S SPECIALS 966162 GET 12 MO. FOR THE REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
stove. 314 N. Church St. Itp $11.95 and 12 by 15 $1494up. LILLIAN C. PEARSON PRICE OF 10 MO. S3O.OO FROM STARKE REASONABLE PRICE
CONDITION AT A
12 Wid.,1BR.... .... ....U.4ff:
------------ DAHMERS DISCOUNT All.!.<:.,2 Bit ....... .. ..15,291 Associate MO S3OO.OO YR CITY ELLIS COLEMAN TF
tfchg. 2 BR w-wMhw k 7823806
FOR RENT: Furnished apt. 3 ------------ dr"... .. .. ........ ....IS.1f5 I SEWER. WATER ELEC. KNOWS HIS BUSINESSFor

rooms and bath. Private LOTS -Zoned for mobile homes U.od.2 BR.IOWIdt .....tl.MI Adult Park Free EstimatesCall
entrance and drive. No and houses. Several Sava thlt" -

children or pets. Ph. 9648021.1tp divisions to choose from. Only sub- llxM.U.FI.on 1-BR HT'"Wall......to..... 1.ttS $ SAVE $ 964-5988 481-2892 YOUNG (It CO.

$95 down. Monthly paymentsto Wall C.,...."...... .. ..14.795 HWY 301 NORTH
-- --------- suit your budget. Ph. 468- Dbl. wide,all FRED DAVIS 1757 N. TEMPLE HawthorneCARSCARSCARS
Vacuum Cleaners
FOR RENT: NEW ADULT 1551 or 9648331. ftchg N.c."turnib.d".57,05Dbl. o
.. wide with "cantralair" GMC TRUCKS E-.N
PARK, Quiet, nice people, no ... .. .... .. .. .........lt5 BUICK PONTIAC"A $ andShampooers
No children ------------
outside pets. 10 It.pol-.um. Mo. Pymtt.
LITTLE RIDE CAN
Elae. Cart-Ovar 20
under 16. BRADFORD PARK, Ride our
FOR SALE: One burner oil stove Acres of Oaks A Plna Bring SAVE YOU A LOT"TF 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787
1757 N. Temple 9645988.!
Stchg 4/25 $13.50, two burner $18.95, 3 Your Flihlng Polt,tin Can ara GREEN COVE SPRINGS" DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION STARKE. FLA.

burner $25.50. DAHMERS Biting. PLUS 30 DAY WARRANTYON
------------ SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAYWE
RENT Bradford DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30 Open 9 a.m. til Dark MOST CARS
FUN : Vacancy INSURANCEAT SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS
-- -- ---- -- week
days a
Village Apt. For info. call REDUCED RATES
Strout Realty, Inc., Reg. PNONEJACKSONVILLE OWNED & OPERATEDBY
Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave. M-tHtor Ht-tni AUTO FIRE. BOAT
Ph. 9646609. tfchg. MISCELLANEOUSSAWS N U M4- Si, Rd 13 DOYLE E. CONNER A STARKE MAN

t CoeGleoo 0t,0' INSURANCE AGENCYTCHG J.U arch ant Auto Sales

AUTOMOBILESUSED I jJ-\ GAINESVILLE Experience Spreader Or


0: BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE 1636 S E 3RD AVE.

guaranteed.SHARPENED Call 964-7509 woik-or SRINGTHISADFOR : MARCHANT WILL [ Trainee NeededFULL ]
HOD OFF DOWN PAYMENT. Spreader
leave at Jackson Building &SERVICEFine
$$\LES& 7-25 pd.
FOR SALE: 1962 Chevrolet pick Supply, Starke or Keystone fin tf 48 selection of Used Cars TREAT YOU RIGHT
up. Contact Mrs. A. R.
Heights.
Tfchg. Trades
Taken On Cadillac
Johnson 425 N. Christian 2001 N.W.13m 378-5301 ,... TIME EMPLOYMENTFRINGE
Street. Itp LOSE WEIGHT: Safely & fast

with X-11 Diet Plan $300 GAINESVILLE ----------------1
REDUCE Excess Fluids with BENEFITS
X-Pel $3.00. Money Back Kingsley Builders Inc.
WANTED PAY & HOLIDAYS
r lWANTED & VACATION
Guarantee. Koch Drug. 1/3- 10 Acres Just Out of City, Good

4/11 15tchg Land. MILLER-Brown I GROUP INSURANCE
-
W? NOW\ HAVE diamond' 3 BR CB Const.. 2 Full Baths, Custom Line Homes
: Male or female needles for any make or model Fireplace, Fam. Rm., Close To Cadillac Uniform Co.
master cosmetologist to workin stereo player. Dahmer'sDiscount All Conveniences. I ILetUsBidOnYourJob
new shop in Starke. Ph. House. tfchg.
964-6368 after 5 p.m. 1tp 441 E BROWNLEE STARKE. FLA
70 Acres, 10 With Pines,20 With Volkswagen
----- ------- Pecan Trees, 40 Cleared.
FOR SALE: 1962 Volkswagenrebuilt
PIANO TUNING: Call Yon Piano YourPlansOrOursVisit
engine, new tires$450. Service, Lake City Expert 2 BR Frame,Approx.2 Mi. From NEW tk USED
1969 Austin American runs tuner technician. Ph. 755- City. Good Terms. SALES SERVICE I
good $300. Ph. 964-8750. 1tp
0874. tfchg. Our Models In Beautiful
--------- --- --_--------- 10 Acres Cleared with 2 Rows 1MI NORTH OF THE MALL Assembly Applicants NeededAt
Planted Pecan Trees GAINESVILLE TF
WANTED Used furniture, SEWING MACHINE: All makes

refrigerators, washers Dah cleaned, oiled and adjusted 2 BR Frame Lg. Home and Nice ontclair, Orange Park, Fla.Or General ElectricImmediate

mer's Discount House. tfchg $7. All work guaranteed. Lot. ] United FarmAgencyInc
James Strickland Rt. 2, Box

65F, Starke. Ph. 964-8733 or 2 BR CB Const., Built Recently. Call .- openings for light assembly production
WANTED: Persons to work 3 or 7B2.3189.4/42tp 4/11
BROKER operators on night shift (2nd and 3rd)I.
4 hours nightly 2 nights a ------------ CALLUS,WE HAVE MORE I REG. REAL ESTATE

to week.$15 possible.Earnings Apply between to Don$10 MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE 264-2285 964-6464 .-High dexterity and aptitude for assembly work are all
mobile home hurricane an-
Rose, Holiday Inn, Thursday choring and mobile nom.e roof FAULKNER-ASSOC. the requirements necessary.No .

between 4 and 7 p.m. Itp coating. Olin's MOBILE Home GEORGE ROBERTS ROBERT FAULKNERASSOC.LOUISE Orange Park Starke, Fla

Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. REAL ESTATE MCRAE-ASSOC. .- training, experience or particular educational
WANTED Waitress at Orchard"Motel.
:Hours 2 til 10 Starke, Fla. tfchg 2305 N.TEMPLE AVE background required.
p.m.
986 N.Temple Ave., Starke
STARKE. FLA. 964-5O65
pm. Ph. 4681211. Itp HORSE SHOEING is my Ph.964-7826 WANT TO SELL OR BUY At Night Call .-Apply between the hours of 8 a. m.and 4:30 p.m. Monday
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business not my hobby. 15 Wayne Douglas,AssociatePh. REAL ESTATE? through Friday at the plant located on Highway 441, 12 miles

years experience. Corrective .964-6593 CALL US FOR BEST PRICES Bill Powell 964-6810 north of Gainesville.
trimmimg and shoeing,
'ROSPECTS' WAITING TFCHG
t HELP WANTEDPART j
prompt service. Buck Myer. TF/CHG
4813104. 4tp 4/4 -
Your -------- --
------------ JIMMY MOORE'SSun

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WILL KEEP your child during
TIME HELP WANTED: 2 day, large house and play SportsMORE General t, ElectricAn
or 3 days a week. Sales ex- area. Ph. 9648087. 4/4 2tp Broker BOAT FOR
perience necessary. Write and 4/11 YOUR MONEY TF FILL DIRT
give resume to P. O. DrawerA Buy -Sell- Trade-
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Starke, Fla. tfchg. STARKE PH 964-5791 Equal Opportunity Employer
and
REMOVE carpet paths AppraisalsCALL Hauled ;
spots; fluff beaten down nap COMPLETE OUTBOARD & I'ill1)irf, -rr"
BILL POWELL
with Blue Lustre. Rent sham- STERN DRIVE SERVICE WHEN & WHERE YOU WANT IT.
REAL ESTATE
t fOR SALE 1 pooer $1. Devrlck Inc., 301 964-6464 AND REPAIR
E. Call St.. 964-6163 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS Call 468-1873

ASSOCIATES: REPAIR STEPHEN Bill's C. B. Radio
CUSTOM BUILT FIBER.GLASS'FISHING SMITHa
FOR SALE: Registered Angus BOATS
Bull J. B. White. LOST AND FOUNDLOST I Ralph Bryan STAR ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. 321 Temple Ave

Phone 964-6114 or 9648775. a SB4-B34G

tfchg 964-6208 &' ; JUUUU Starke- Fla.
Cash Carry Tires
---- -------- : Black and white tom cat
All Of Electronic Equipment
wearing flea collar. If found 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B. ,.412 E. CALL Types

WATSON'S please call 4733098. 1tp with Heat and Air Carpet TIRES'BRAKE
Paints
HOUSE OF VACUUMS -------- Mary Carter
---- beautiful lot in Starke. 15 x 30 FRONT END EXPERT INSTALLATIONBill

Many brands of new vacuums front room with fire place. )

from 39.00'10.up.Expert,Used Repairs machines all HOUSES FOR SALETwo I Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB In ex- \W1 &SERVICE : Mortgage Burning

makes. Parts and'Accessories cellent Location $19,800 964-58OO Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses
for all vacuums. Built in
central vacuum cleaning Beautiful Building and mobile QUALITY TIRES & & All Management Permits
systems. 712 N. Main, home lots inside and outside city
Gainesville 3767110. TF new homes in Brooker SERVICE FOR LESS SALE Home of the Magnetic Signs
1 acre near Lake Butler
Butler TFN 24 Hour Service
TV Color picture tubes only Waterfront 20 acres Lake on Lake Butler 4 BR, 2 bath CH and Air ... ...

$79 plus laoor, uanmers 70 acres Lake Butler
Discount. tfchg. 1974
170 acres, Providence
CHECK WITH US
FOR SALE: Chain saws and Several low priced homes WE MAY HAVE WHAT YOU Long ChampHome STARKE BUILDERSA

lawn mowers,new and used. SACKETT REALTY WANT Cash Discounts COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
Lawn mower repairs. PICK UP 205 N.Temple Ave. LET US HELP YOU and PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST

AND DELIVERY. We trade, 964-6522 BUY,SELL TRADEr Building MaterialsWE (No Checks) STARKE. FLA
buy and sell. JOE'S SAW Vin1"THE
-- Congoleum Shiny
SHOP, 224 E. Washington, BUILD
Starke. Ph. 964-7580. Itchg. NO WAX FLOOR" C>| CQ
"YOUR PLANS OR OURS 2-5 Gal. 10% VfiUaPER
------------ COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT $8 5O
SEWING OPERATORSEXPERIENCED YOUR LOT OR OURS" SQ YD
FOR SALE: 2 lots and 2 trailers.
Call Waldo 468-1211. 1tp PREFERRED BUT FREE ESTIMATES 6 to 10 Gal. 15% Beautifully SculpturedHI

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REMODELING REPAIRS LOW NYLON
WILL TRAIN
FOR SALE: Argentine BaNa WE MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS
ADDITIONS
Hay 1.25, at barn. Seed 75 ARE SEEKING REGULAR I 11 Gal 20% FH A. SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6.97
cents per lb. 50 acres land on IF YOU HOMES BOUGHT SOLD up INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SQ YD

road 100 in city limits(Starke) PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT TRADED Shag

Booking orders for eggs ACREAGE FOR SALE 102 E. BrownleeSt. THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I

Quail Hulsey, Jumbo game chicken.pheasants Jumbo and Cadillac Uniform Co.. J 964-6853 IOO1b CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY TF

Wild turkeys. J. M. Edwards, Starke 964-7025 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY $1 95
Box 628, Phone 964-5379, 441 E. BROWNLEE STARKE; FLA HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF i INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD .

Starke. 4/4 4tp 4/25.

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Dismissal Of Principal, Bandmaster Asked Union County'sMan :




By School Superintendent CasonLAKE '



Government in Sunshine is The balance of the two .
BUTLER Board members, who appeared A source within the school
Dismissal of Middle School ready to take action on system made the statement covered by Fla Statute paragraphs included in the
Principal Bruce Clark and the matter, were informed by before the meeting that this is 286011! "Public meetings and statute point out the fact that
high school Bandmaster Board Attorney Wayne M the first notice that Clark has records; "public inspection; minutes of any such meeting
penalties, According to the should be promptly recordedand
Richard K. Rue was called for Carroll that they could not ever had that his performancewas
statute, as it is written in the made available to any
than
proceed in the matter until less satisfactory.
by Supt. James Cason duringa law books states, "((1)) All member of the public wishingto
of the Union such time as both Rue and The source asked that his
special session
Clark had been notified in name not be revealed. meetings of any board or inspect the records of the
School Board
County Monday commission of 3 Years For B&ELAKE
night. writing by the Board of the any state meeting. The statute also Gets
agency or authority of out that violation of thelaw
charges pending against them Carroll also presented the any points
Cason presented the Board and of the board's decision to Board with a two page brief on county, municipal corporationor is punishable as a misde
with a brief of charges against consider their dismissal at the the question, "Whether two or any political subdivision, meanor of the second degree. BUTLER William Andrews, represented by Andrews was arrested with I
each man, four against Rue end of the present school year. more members of a school except as otherwise providedin Lester Andrews of Lake Assistant Public Defender another man this past year ,
and 19 charges against The board voted unanimouslyin may meet and talk privately the constitution, at which This information supplied in Butler plead guilty and was Alan Parlapiano of after the two men broke into a
Principal Clark. favor of writing both men without violating the official acts are to be taken the brief presented to the sentenced to three years in the Gainesville, had earlier pleadnot country home and stole food
and reviewing the charges "Government in Sunshine are declared to be public Board was augmented by Division of Corrections on a guilty to the charge after stuffs and other .items. The
"It serves me no pleasure to filed by Cason. Law" meetings open to the public at Carrolls conclusion, "Thus charge of breaking and entering he was informed that the court other man charged in the
make these statements," Carroll also explained to the all times, and no resolution, deliberations, sessions, with intent to commit a was considering incarceration incident was given a
Cason said, "but after both Board that Clerk and Rue will rule, regulation, or formal conferences briefings, ex- misdemeanor as he stood during the course of plea probationary sentence by
men have refused to submit have 10 days in which to writeto The question was put for- action shall be considered pressions, discussions, before circuit court Judge bargaining with the State Judge Tench In an earlier
their resignations, they have the Board and request a ward by Cason in a previous binding except as taken" or proposals, recommendations, Benjamin M Tench Attorney's office. circuit court session after the
left me with no choice but to public hearing on the charges. Board meeting and while made at such meeting. actions, reports, etc. are as man plead guilty to the
present these charges This is procedure for any Carroll said that the statute much 'official' acts as the charges he faced.
covering this question left a final vote itself and must be about to is Andrews
publicly. teacher in a public school thatis special meeting is the matters that currently too had plead
on a continuing contract. lot of doubts about what open and public. The court has convene. In the case of most of under debate in a good many guilty, but changed his plea to
The charges, although Clark has been employed with constituted a violation, he said also suggested in the past thatif these smaller districts, like court rooms and one of conjecture not guilty prior to his court
distributed to the Board, were the Union County School that he would have more a weekly a public official is unable to Union, there is usually only a for the board members appearance Tuesday, During
not read aloud to the audience. system for the past six years definitive information when know whether or not by any of weekly newspaper in the in Union County. Tuesday's session he again
Both men are charged with and Rue has been the high the Board meets for their his actions in convening with county or district, and no changed his plea to guilty and
various failures to perform school bandmaster for the regular meeting this coming two or more officials he is radio station Quite often the Chairman Ray Crawfordsaid received the three year
their duties satisfactorily. past five years. week on April 8. violating the law ".....he only notice provided by that as far as he knew sentence. I
Telegraph should leave the meeting frustrated officials is a note since he had been on the
forthwith." scotch taped to the court Board they had not acted in J bpi o ''II ;i it
One of the problems facingnot house door or pinned to a violation of the law in holdingany
Effectiveness Of Recreation Board only Union County, but bulletin board in the hallway. of their meetings and '" )
feature other small rural school board Whether or not this violation Carroll assured him that if the \. t ..r( G'11.-=...l J h
I districts is how to diseminate notice constitutes a Board continued in the spirit According to Aesop, bats
information to the public thata of the sunshine law when the there would be no worry with
fly at night to avoid their
Questioned By School] Superintendent meeting, particularly a meeting takes place Is one of violation of the Sunshine Law. creditors! ""


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County Commissioner D E. Mayor Cason received
LAKE BUTLER School
Superintendent James Cason "Skip" Woodington, also a approval at the last city eeraaus.to t
member of the PRD Board, council meeting to write to ta.
attacked the inactive and
has said in the past that the Florida State Prison's Super IrrR\ll\
newly formed Union County Savings
Parks and Recreation reason for the board not being intendent Jim Godwin and :
Department during a special effective in its efforts was due request the aid of Receptionand 1z85.WlalnutStarke
to the lack of a director and Medical Center Jaycee's
meeting of the Board Monday
the fact that in order to hire an members to repair facilities ; Fla.
night. experienced director to cometo within Lakeside Park in Lake f
Lake Butler the board Butler with the city with [J !
"The parks and recreation would have to pay out nearlyall drawing the necessary fund SG4-5ZBS JrR\lEJE\ 1'oZ HOCKING
department have had three or of its$25,000 budget for the from its $7,500 contribution to W I
maybe four meetings, but to director's salary with nothing provide materials for the o 14" BEVERAGE
my knowledge they are not left over to provide for a project. .. ,
anywhere near being func recreational program or "?' ", -", .,-. -,:. ; DECANTER I
tional and what I want to knowis operations of the parks in the "". 11 t'r I
what the Board wants to do I, with purchase of
county. r
about the $7,500 allocated to '/' J jj'f1'.t r' ;; .i 3995 or more 26VA I

them for the recreation I oil, ... J. I
[
program? Cason from said.the school'sbudget I wcQ: : 6ANNEp u1b1 II11111

e.S I
Cason also told the Board \: :, ,t H 6t-----:- "-..
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that the Board had appointed '
two different members to It's no fairy-tale- the first translation of Aesop's fables into g "t
serve on the PRD and both Chinese was immediately suppressed by sensitive officials who I
men had become disgustedand
quit due to the way the suspected them to be of local, and dissident, apthorship,

meetings were held. 'Bill
Forester is currently our

representative on the 7)1 N. LAKE ST. OWNED OPERATED
recreation thing and he is !
STAR teE. FLA. By CHARLES BLALOCK
thoroughly disgusted. Ray
Powell also served on the Phone 964-6721
recreation board and he also
quit," Cason said.

BLALOCK'S MEAT MARKETCUSTOM
Powell said, "I will have to
take part of the blame for the
parks and recreation board I,
not getting under way because
CUTTING BEEF BY THE
charged with the
they me AND WRAPPING QUARTER HALF
responsibility of finding a FOR HOME FREEZER OR WHOLE
director and while I have
exhausted all avenues and I

made many long distance __
phone calls at my own expense s-

find, I have someone just been willing unableto to Beat High Food Prices ____rIp OPEN STOCK PRICES i

come here and be the head of SOFA. .$299.95 CHAIR. ... $169.95


this Board thing."Chairman Ray By Growing Your Own !


Crawford would consid said' that what the action Board it THIS FURNITURE WILL BE SHOWN IN I

might take w n respect to the

$7,500 unused next donati regul by tr< 'i PRD allocated meeting until this but the UINTS; Cfii OUR SIX BOOTHS AT THE COUNTY FAIR


coming wee Hearty Now Is The Time I
"I don't U nk the Parks and R1R PSi
Recreation Department is Vegetable Plants To Plant These SeedsBush

interested in providing a B.ant Okra
recreation program and I Tomato Pole Beans P.enutsCenteloup" +
don't thin' that the city is Pumpkin
either." Pepper Pepper Egg Plants Sorghum Radish

Sweet CornField Sunflower
The PRD was to have been Corn Okra
funded out of donations from Egg Plant CucumbersMillet Gram Grass Sorghum } tJ tJw

the school board with a

matching donation from the NOW IS THE TIME TO FEED
City of Lake Butler, the Union
.y
County Commission and two YOUR AZALEAS & CAMELIAS
$1,500 donations from the

Raiford incorporated and townships Worthington of Azalea & 'Camelia |GB $475

Springs for a total budget of

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