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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 11, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

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j handling bids on school

j I tr i Sfi board purchases by open
,; ing them prior to a board 'r v f r f" it llo',1,
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porarily rejected by the

'\ School Board at its April 2

1 meeting.A .
3-2 vote first knocked

1 down the administration's

request, with Board
Member H. A. Lawson's

motion stipulating that

bids must be called for by

board action, opened in a
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public meeting, tabulatedby )
the administrative staff Iq

with recommendationsmade

to the board for

The motion
awarding
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lr 3-2 the votes of i+kI
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y Lawson, Blaine Thompson, -
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and Arthur Holliday.

Chairman Seeber Good-

. man and Rodney Hall dissented ,
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Finally, with discussion still
f lively Lawson agreed to
t tL make a new motion which

eliminated the call for bids by jV, "M' Y ly
r the board. The veteran board 6 ytl J. q
member made the secondm

jLf lion after someoner
I ninded! the board that some

I ti.j.i'fere budgetf-TMirmDtion! .!:authorized passed!in the

1, with Chairman Goodman
swinging over in favor of it
I while the other veteran board
-f member, Rodney Hall, still
dissented Hall finally con
cluded the school board was
letting itself in for too many

l.atain llerres, a junior at Bradford High and the 17-year- First runner-up was Miss Debra Jordan of I.awtey, special meetings; if the board
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herb llerres of Starke. was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jordan. Second runner- has to convene for every bid
crowned Bradford County strawberry queen for 1974 up was Miss Alice At wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.V.. K.Atwo opening, then again to award
Saturday night Supt. Jim Temple recom-
mended in the meeting A Davies man, 24, wa* killed Friday morning on l'S-iOI: north of Starke w hen his lliiill! Ford
agenda "That the School car crashed into a tractortrailer.Davies .
Melanie Latain Herres Crowned Board authorize the superin
tendent's office (usually the
Business Affairs Manager) to
seek bids on goods and ser Man 24 KilledAs
vices at his discretion.
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1974 Bradford Strawberry QueenSparkling Awarding a purchase order
for such goods and or servicesin
excess of $1,000 shall be Truck Skids On 301
Melanie Latain night, an event which Following the swimsuit for the event included: J, P. done only on board authority.
llerres was crowned 1974 climaxed the 24th annual competition four very cute Brookins, Director of Ad Exception: Due to current
Strawberry Queen before a Bradford County Fair. little girls from the Kathy missions, Stafford tractor-trailer skidded on Kenneth Stewart Davies 24. Another\chicle was !slightly
capacity crowd at the Steele School of Dance en- College Tampa ; slick US-301 while Jacksonville who was killed damaged by I Ilying dirt plowed
fairgrounds arena Saturday The five member panel of tertained the crowd. The Chestnut, Chestnut north of Starke instantly according to high- up by the skidding tractor-
judges chose Latain, 17, a lovely little dancers were: Funeral Home ; morning and skidded way patrol reports. trailer as it crossed the
junior at Bradford High Stacey Denmark Karen Jim Hutchins the median into the The 1966; Ford collided with mediun. The windshield was
School over 13 other con Chitty, Kathy Ragans and Bank of of a car driven by the rear of the trailer as it broken out of the third vehiclebut
testants entered in this year's Georgia Kagans. Judge for the 1\1 jackknifed after the driver the driver was not injured.
competition. The new Following the evening Pageant; Lynn James Jackson Hodges 48, Trooper W. M.] Abrams said.
strawberry queen was gown KASTKK EGG; HUNT; ; lost control of the vehicle .6
Susal Miss St. John's
crowned by Miss Kathy head competition Waller 1)A Easter Egg hunt is set miles north of Starke at 8:15: Hodges the truck: driver
majorette from the College, Palutka
was treated at BradordCounty /
Brown 1973 strawberryqueen Saturday. April 13 at the a.m.
University of Florida twirled Younger, Miss
Hospital for a possible
who reigned over the Golf and Country Club. Davies was the second
sabers and
two chilled the College broken and
arm transportedto
/ 1974 county fair. children from age one traffic fatality recorded in
audience
by the
Latain is the daughter of sabers around her spinning head. The pageant elementary school Bradford Bounty\ this year. the VA Hospital in
!Mr. and !Mrs. Herb llerres of responsible for be there by 10:30: a.m. His vehicle and the truck were Gainesville.
Starke. She listed her interests The five judges wrote final running event : will be refreshments locked together for half an Hodges was charged with
as fashion design, evaluations and handed them Ronnie Kirkland ; prizes given out at the hour before his body could be failure to have vehicle under
poetry, hand crafts and over to the tabulator.! Judges (See Page ) ( ) hunt. removed. control.
horseback riding.
Latain told the standing-
1)"u'Il'lIr.ftkfll,'"
Easter Sunday would room-only like audience to be a model.that. she
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7:30-8:30 Is Chief Notes
$1.50 Adults tabulated When the by final Accountant votes were Neil County Growing Zoning

S ,75 Children Tucker the decision showed .. -
(12 and under) that Latain had convinced the "We'd like to inform you the "We are not trying to be ," Torode stated. sonnel drawing up the new development is never started "They keep it nice and clean,
five judges that she topped the county is growing. I guess you tough. We're just trying to The county has been land use plan for not Torode pointed out. have four or five mobile
First United list of pretty contestants. know it," said Zoning Board keep things in hand trying to criticized, Torode said by the requiring paved roads in Anxious to keep such homes there but they haven't
Methodist Church Selected as first runnerupwas Chairman John Torode as he act for the benefit of the University of Florida per- subdivisions, even develop- reclassifications from ever begun to do what they said in
Starke Debra Ann Jordan 15, a appeared April 1 to discuss ments for mobile homes being carried out, Torode that beautiful presentation,"
Sponsored by UMYF high school sophomore. Debrais several land use problemswith Torode thinks the county asked the county commission Torode stated.
the daughter of Mr. and the Bradford County Cool Weather should go to permanent roads, ruling body of the zoning Shaw said however, that
AnnualEattfe"rEgrghint Mrs. Millard M. Jordan of Commission. May and the zoning board has doneso board if it would take the the board cannot undo what
Lawtey. in the past 30 days in approving applications under advisement has been done at Hampton.More .
Backing up his statement, new developmentsites. properly, the Zoning
Second in thisyear's after approval of the
runner-up Torode pointed to $1.5 millionin If roads are Board should set out stan
Alice permanent board until it is clear
pageant was zoning
building permits issued Help Berry Crop not put in by the developer, is dards and conditions when! the
andHnke Atwood 17, daughter of Mr. January through March in the that some development
county taxpayers would haveto request for reclassification is
.
Mrs. W. F. of
and AtwoodSr. taking place.Developers
40 to 45 of
Salt'/ Morgan Road. which county,he is percent A return of cool weather this still hoping for another crop to foot the bill later Torode would be made.
says permanent
Ralph Bryan chairman of housing. week might help the straw come on in three to four argued. making a large investmentand "What about reclassifyingwhen
2p.m.Saturday the Bradford County Commission A check of the zoning berry situation somewhat, but weeks." He said that many of "Why should residents the land actually not there is a problem with
April 13 served as master of director's office shows a totalof fears are still being expressedby the plants appear to be oversize already here pay for" servicesfor reclassified Chairman Ralph money?" Torode asked."You're .
ceremonies for the $1.50 per $435,100 in construction growers that plants may and have not put out newcomers? Torode Bryan pointed out. Com
Hampton
Elementary person affair. for in March in the not "peak out" with bloom heavy bloom since the asked the board. missioner George Roberts getting behind the
Bryan kept the happy form applied of building and fruit following the ad- February freezes, followed bya Second point on which asked if the reclassificationcould realm of land use," Shaw
Sponsored by audience laughing and I involved made permits. verse weather in Februaryand week of rain in early March. Torode queried the commission be approved with the pointed out.
Ladies Auxiliary along with some choice Applications locate 34 mobile were homes to !March. L M. Norman, Jr., who has is what happens when proviso that development be After further discussion, it
Hampton VolunteerFire comments from the! crowd totaling $175.000(() ) in value and The mercury dipped to 39 the largest acreage in the the zoning board agrees to carried out? was decided the zoning board
Department said "If have along classification of a will simply have to investigate
degrees here early Wednesday county, we change the
lost
The first fashion modeled by 13 permanent houses with a morning bringing light season we might make parcel of land on petition of a Clay County recently a thoroughly before a change in
total value of such as that Attorney
case
cw.1.q.f the girls was sportswear 260000. scattered frost, but not enoughto half a crop, but that' aboutit. purported developer, then the classification Is granted, that
which got the girl-watching off ." used the Gene Shaw pointed out. Land such self-protection is the best
That is almost double damage spring crops. He said growers are still land is never for cannot be made
the (!Community to a revealing start.Entertainment February's 18 mobile home County Agent Bobby Taylor scrapping, and about 1,500 purpose for which it was use provisionally changes he said. mode of operation for the
provided by applications, a month which said that what the plants will flats were handled by the reclassified? Ideas sometimes zoning board.
Matt Sank singer Liz Scott and guitaristBill saw permits issued for only do at this point is unpredic Lawtey market Monday. don't go through or Torode pointed to the On paving streets In sub-
McRae gave the girls two residences.But table. Prices averaged about $4. developers whose money proposed CAM mobile home divisions, it was decided to
All dad Uprd.J time to show off even more in the growth does not "They have not come back Norman described the out. doesn't come through as development for which the play it by ear on requiring
0.-S2O.OOO_by_ the next of three fashions, come without problems, with a flush of bloom and fruit look for the rest of the seasonas planned, or circumstances board reclassified land on US- paving, depending on the size
c- swimsuits. :Torode pointed out. like we expected, but we are "mighty dim." change so the planned 301 and SR-18 south of Starke. and type of subdivision.




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Engagement Told I IMr.
Barbecue SupperIs Mary Ann Barton, Dr. Radke Wed In Jacksonville ChurchThe DinnerParty Andrews-Browning

t : For Miss Hall And and Mrs. Johnie F.
Given For Woodstock Park United
I of Lake Butler announce
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Randy Johns Jacksonville Methodist was Church the settingfor in + rd 1 ;: Terry BrownMiss the engagement marriage of their and

the marriage of Mary Ann + ( approaching to
Seleeta Hall and Terry Velma Lee
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Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns Barton to Dr. L. F. Radke on f'"j;. Brown, whose marriage will daughter David Benjamin Browning,
were complimented at a bar March 30 at 7:30: p.m. Dr. Roy be an event of April 27 at St. Jr.,son of Mrs.J. O. Goodmanof
becue dinner Saturday night, Ben Ridley performed the ,'i f ', Mark's Episcopal Church, Lake Butler and the late
March 30, given by Mr. and nuptials.The : I':' were honored at an engage!; David B. Browning, Sr.
Mrs. John Kopelousos and bride is the daughter of \ ;:ft' ment party at the home of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw at Mr. and mrs. Claude H. ;'. and Mrs. Howard Thomas in elect is a
home of the Barton of Jacksonville, formerly 1':\ ." The bride-
the Kingsley Lake 1 '",..... Jacksonville. of Union County
of Starke. The is ..if.. graduate '
Shaws. The recent graduationof groom ,. t the of Mr. and Mrs. _' d High School IgButler
Mr. Johns from the son \\r"'l
the dinner party.
,- enjoyed College in
Harold Radke of Storm Lake .. -.r'\Jf :. Freed-Hardeman
University of Florida with a { 'r ..;, I:: Assisting in serving was Mary Tenn. She is now
degree in accounting was the Iowa. J", : .. Gwen Thomas, daughter of Henderson Division
inspiration for this occasion. The altar was decoratedwith l Zc', ..t'J '. }, the hosts. employed by of Lake
):i : and Clinics
Hospital
Arrangements of bronze baskets of yellow carna t'h' ;.... '. "" Among those attendingwere
chrysanthemums, fern, and tions against a background of ;...... ::1, I; ... '', .. Mr. and Mrs. Millard C. City.
June Jarvis other greenery were used in spiral and angled candelabraswith i M'I ::.L,.., it r.I"f';'l" f..: Brown and Mrs. Jack Hall,
the The buffet burning tapers. Pews V T is graduateof
party rooms. "'r of the honor guests. Mr. Browning a
To Wed Mr. LeeS table was covered with a were marked with candles : : :. parents Hall was presentedwith Union County High School
yellow quilted print cloth, and and greenery down the aisle. I ., Miss white purplethroatedorchid. and is employed by Retail
centered with a large sheet Wood, Jacksonville, I \ a Jacksonville.The .
Roger
B Jarvis announces the 'I 1' The couple received a Credit Co. of
: :, Church of Christ.
cake bearing the word, "Con organist, and Miss Selma
of his daughter, their hosts as
from
engagement
gratulations." The dining Hazouri of New York City, i' silver tray All friends and relatives are
June Patricia, to Ricky M. \\ a memento of the occasion. wedding will take place
attend.
Lee son of Mr. and Mrs. tables were covered with red soloist, presented a programof l A. July 19 at 8 p.m. in the Lake invited to
Maurice A. Lee of Starke.Miss and blue checked cloths. nuptial music. Seleeta Hall
Thirty couples enjoyed the Dr. James Robinson of 'r, 1; Brown BrideelectMiss
For Kathy I
Mr. and Mrs.S. ,I ,} Party Given
Jarvis is a 1974 affair, including Jacksonville was best man. Bridal ShowerMiss
graduate of BUS and is em- R. Johns, Mrs. Charles Ushers were Rickey Griffis, : '
ployed in the local office of Darby, Mrs. Lee Akridge of Ron Griffis, Mike Fletcher, 'i l ':' 1'' i, Seleeta Hall, bride- Kathy Brown, April 12 and white flowers were usedin
State Farm Insurance.Mr Lake Butler, Mrs. Linda and Mike Ashley. Groomsmenwere } elect, was honored at a bridal bride-elect, was complimented the party rooms.
Warren of Jacksonville, and Dr. Andrew Roberts, a .4ri. shower Friday evening April at a Coca-Cola The hostesses presented the
Lee is a 1972 graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelsonof Steven Sisco, Harry Dowling, 5, given by Mrs. William E. Party Saturday morning in honree and her mother, Mrs.R. .
BUS and is employed at Gainesville. and Ron Clark. .'1." Carter, Mrs. John M. Flynn the old Presbyterian Manseon A. Brown, with corsagesand
Durrance Pump and Supply. Dana Barton attended her and Mrs. Kenneth Grider at Church Street given by also gave Miss Brown the
sister as honor attendant. She 1lI the home of the latter. Mrs. Cynthia Schmitt, Mrs. large platter to her chosen
The wedding is set for June CheerleadingClinic wore a long flowing halter '. Guests enjoyed games and Jim Watts Mrs. Bob china pattern as a memento of
22 at Bethel Baptist Church gown of yellow knit trimmedin I:' refreshments during the party Paterson, Mrs. Johnnie the occasion.
SaturdayA lime green with matching ,' hours. Mrs.Grider presided at Johnson, and Mrs. Lila Rae Approximately forty guests
Cheerleading clinic, wide brimmed hat. She ,' the punch bowl. Yawn. called between the appointed
Elks And Wives sponsored by the Starke carried a large round bouquetof :.. The bride-elect was The tea table was covered hours, 10:30: to 12 o'clock.
white daisies with yellow with a white ,
presented
Woman's Recreational \. with a lace cloth and centered -------
Plan SupperThe Auxiliary will be held streamers. pompom corsage and a with an arrangement of Easter Flowers
Saturday, April 13, from 9:30: Bridal attendants were perculator as a memento of yellow and white daisies. Flowers By Larry
a.m. to 12 noon at the Pratt Miss Jan Taylor, Mrs. Judy the occasion. Other arrangements of yellow 984-8400
Elks Club members and Griffis, Mrs, Sue Robinson, Among the guests were Mrs.
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wives will have a covered dish and Miss Debbie Harden, all > :::;: J. 110: Jack Hall, mother of the
supper meeting Monday ---- --- of Jacksonville. They wore covered with a white linen and graduate of Palmer College honoree, and Mrs. Millard C Block has
night. April 15, at the Elks Easter Plants long flowing halter gowns of lace cltoh and was centered and is a chiropractic physi Brown, mother of the prospec- Henry
Lodge Julia's Florist lime green trimmed in yellow with a crystal punch bowl with cian. tive groom.
964-7711 and wore matching wide yellow punch and floating i
brimmed hats. They carired daisies. This was flanked by : r s r7r'r 17 reasons why you
bouquets of white daisies with tiered candelabra with bur-
yellow ribbon and white ning tapers. Mrs Betty Boone should to us
; ; :. & $' streamers. presided at the punch bowl, YOUR BODY IS come
Jami Robinson was flower and Miss Laulie Powell kept
f? '. 'r girl and Mike Kovasc, cousinof the bride's book. WORKING VERY HARD! for income tax help.
!\.,1 n the bride, was ringbearer.The The couple are residing in Need a good reason to take extra good
bride, given in Altamonte
m Springs. Y care of your health? Here's a typical day thata
QY ;ni, 'a marriage by her father, was Mrs. Radke will be body puts In. Reason 1. We are income tax
attired m a white organza A- remembered as the 1970 Heart beats 103,689 times specialists. We ask the right
line gown with'empire bodice, Bradford County Strawberry breathe 23,040 times
you
3 ..3 featuring a square neckline Queen, and is the niece of I you inhale 438 cubic feet of air questions. We dig for every honest
LiUies' !' and long sleeves. The bodice Mrs. Warren Ebling and Mrs. you speak 4,800 words deduction. We want to leave no
:9? was of lace and pearls. This Olin White of Starke. .J naUs crow .000046 Inch stone unturned to make sure you
h was repeated on the train and Dr. Radke, formerly of you eat 3.25 Ibs. of food is
,5349 twenty-four inches from the Storm Lake, Iowa, is a 1 you drink 2.9 quarts of liquid pay the smallest legitimate tax.
Many Blooms 'jn bottom of the skirt, appliquesof you lose .873 pounds of waste
lace and pearls were Miss Maines you move 750 muscles
j scattered over the dress. Her your hair crows .01714 Inches
; HydrangeaBeaulilul floor length veil was securedto Honored At you exercise 7,000,000 brain cells
..II a white,wide brimmed hat. To keep your body in top shape you
Y.. 4.1 S 1149!!! The hat was trimmed in lace should see your physician for regular check- .
Rice Bag PartyMiss and at the of illness.
ups first symptoms an
: and pearls to match the gown.
ull BloomVegetable
\ : up YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE VS
..".. She carried a large bouquet of
7 yellow roses and white Harriett Maines. when you need a delivery. We will deliver
----------.1'.' daisies.A whose marriage to David promptly without extra charge. A great many
people rely on us for their health needs. We
reception was held in the Mecusker was an event of
welcome requests for delivery service and charge
Woodstock Park Fellowship April 6, was honored at a rice
accounts.
SeedsHuge Hall, which was decoratedwith bag party on Tuesday,April 2, T
candles, greenery and at 7:30: p.m. at the home of .
daisies. Mrs. Daniel Crews in Lake 964-6757 X1 L BLOC11CTHE
Selection Including Peas Beans Okra Corn The bride's table was Butler, with Mrs. Paul
Greens Select Now covered with a white lace .Jastram as co-hostess.
cloth and centered with a KOCH'S DRUGS INCOME TAX PEOPLE
During the evening, the
three-tiered wedding cake I
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Manure's a daisies and ivy, on a silver the wedding reception.
? tray. Mrs.Nancy Harrison cut Refreshments were served OPEN TOO.XV NO APPOINTMENT: NECESSARY
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Third Birthday Harriett Maines Becomes Bride Of David Mecusker

Iin ; Celebrated By Miss Harriett York Maines, .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hal SpcaI
Carrie Shaw York Maines of Lake Buller, r
became the bride of David
flth1'l Conrad Mecusker, son of Mr.
Little Carrie Shaw
Woodard
and Mrs. Earl
celebrated her third
Thursday afternoon Marc Smith, of Lake Butler, on Purchase
,
Saturday, April 6, at 4 p.m. in
28, when her mother, Mrs. the First Baptist Church of
Gene Shaw, gave a party for Lake Butler with Rev. RobertD.
her and ten little friends. the
Moseley performing
The party rooms were
.
decorated with colored nuptials.The chancel of the churchwas "NEW"
balloons and the cowboy centered with an arch of
.. theme was carried out in the blue
i candelabra holding
table cloth and napkins. The of the
tapers. On each side .
birthday cake was decorated altar were standing baskets of I ,:
with farm animals and a +
white wedding flowers accented sI
Cadette Tours SavannahGirl tractor. with blue carnations.In 9746hevys
Troop The youngsters enjoyed refreshments the background were tree

and playing candelabra, palms and .'
Scout Cadette Troop 520 Harriett Hamm,Neva Driver, during the party hours,3:30: to
schiffera.The aisle were
Irene Wainwright, Teresa pews
spent Sunday to Tuesday in 5 p.m.
marked with clusters of white
Diane Crews, Cheryl
Boyce
Savannah, Ga. where they
flowers tied with satin bows. Impalas
Marlynn Patray,
Boyette
Gordon Low'sbirthplace
toured Juliette
Memorial Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live
the home of the Janice Saucer and Marlene Day
Jor- I
and Joe
Oak, organist,
of Dawson.
founder America.of Girl Scouts The girls were accompaniedby Services PlannedBy dan, soloist, presented a
3-Wagons
Members of the troop their leaders, Mrs. R. S. program of nuptial music.
making the trip included: Mullins, and Mrs. A. J. Eaves UDC ChapterMembers Houston Curtiss, Texas C. Mecusker served his of

Patty Mullins,Andrea Eaves, III. brother best man. Ushers .1
of W. T. Weeks as 3 Monte CarlosAll
were Leonard Shaw, Larry
Mrs. Anderson HonoredOn Chapter their UDC annual outlined Memorial plansfor Williams, Richard J. DeVoe,
I and Wilson S. Rivers Jr.
Day service at the
75th Anniversary April Mrs. Richard Jay DeVoe of
held
meeting Wednesday
Gainesville attended her Have Air
Conditioningand
afternoon of last week
the
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson Olive Gregory, Mrs. Earl at sister as matron of honor. She
home of Mrs. E.L. .
celebrated her 75th birthday Wooley, and Eddie Schwab of Matthews.Mrs. wore a floor length dress of
Lester Crews
last Friday when her Gainesville.Mr. presidedat royal blue polyester crepe
the and
meeting announcedthat
daughter, Mrs. Edward Sch .- Dr. William Green will featuring an empire waistline Power
wab of Merritt Island and with long sleeves of matching
daughter-in-law, Mrs. John and Mrs. Bruce speak at the Memorial Day chiffon. She carried a nosegayof
Anderson of Callahan, gave a Mathews and family of ceremony which will be held blue tinted feather car-
surprise birthday party for Maitland will spend the week Sunday, April 28, at Crosby nations and roses accented
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her at her home. end with his parents, Mr. and Lake Cemetery. Mrs. Johnny with silver bows and Save BIG On
The refreshment table was Mrs. Gar) Mathews, and will Barrett will be program streamers. brought from Jerusalem] when William St. Clair of Houston,
covered with a hand crochetedlace celebrate Mrs. Garl Mathews'80th chairman.Mrs. Bridal attendants were the bride and her grand Texas and Mrs Dean Ward of
cloth and centered with a birthday. James Stroud had Mrs. Michael Tidwell of mother toured the Holy Land Lake Butler sisters of the
basket of mixed spring charge of. the program at the Gainesville, Miss Daryl Jefferson several years ago.A groom. This table was over-
flowers. The birthday cake at Easter Flowers meeting.Mrs. and Miss Caryl Jefferson reception was held In the laid with a blue lace cloth and 'fee.Look
one end of the table was Flowers By Larry Matthews and co-host- cousins of the bride, of Lakeside Community Center held a silver candelabra .
decorated with rose bud 964-8400 esses, Mrs. Walla Lipsey and Tallahassee, and Miss Sara which was decorated with arrangement featuring a
florets. Deidre and Amanda Miss Madge Middleton, Sue Driggers. Their gowns urns of Easter lilies. picture of the bride and
Among the 27 guests en- Williams of St. Petersburgare served refreshments during were similar to the honor Mrs. A. L. Driggers greeted groom, enclosed in a crystal
the social hour.
joying the occasion from fourto spending this week with attendant's in shades of guests at the door, and Mrs. globe.
five-thirty were friends and their grandparents, Mr. and medium and light blue. Their W. J. Cowen introduced themto The hors d'oeuvres table
relatives and from out-of. Mrs. Bill Graham. BirthsMr. nosegays were also identicalto the receiving line composedof was presided over by !Mrs.
town: Mrs. Anderson's sister, Easter Plants the honor attendant's, with the bride and groom, the Paul Jastram, and featured a
Mrs. Grace Richardson, and Julia's Florist light blue bows and bride's parents and membersof floral] bride's cake.
Rubin Brantly of Largo, Mrs. 961-7711 and Mrs. Arthur S. streamers the wedding party. Mrs. Assisting in serving were
Hewett of Starke announce the Miss Kendall St.Clair,nieceof Ernest Peacock kept the Mrs. Wilson Rivers, !Mrs.
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birth of twins, Angela the groom was flower girl bride's book. Alfred Whitehead, !Mrs.G. W
Rochelle and Andrea and carried a white and blue The bride's table, covered Coleman !Mrs Marcus
DAYCARE Michelle, on April 1 in basket filled with rose petals. with a white nylon floor length Howard, !Mrs. W. A. McGill,
Alachua General Hospital. Master Dean Ward nephewof cloth, was centered with a Mrs. G. W. "'ortnerIrs.! .
CENTER andMrsLaLarry the groom, was ring bearer four-tiered wedding cake Robert A. Driggers, and !Mrs. Clean OK
Mr. O'Neal and carried a heartshapedwhite flanked by silver candelabraand Marvin Ballard of Columbia,
FROM ARM BABIESTO announce the birth of a son, pillow. artistic arrangements of S. C. Susan Jefferson Laurel

SCHOOL AGE .......,.,p Ernest Timothy, on March 8 The bride, given in white and blue carnations and Jefferson and Beth Tripp ot
in Alachua
O General Hospital. marriage by her father, wore tall topiary trees featuring Columbia, S. C. assisted by
CONSTANT CARE- BALANCED SNACKS Grandparents, are Ernest and her mother's wedding gown of white doves and white velvet picking up cups. Passing out
Opal Allen and Mrs. Virginia antique white satin and bows. Cutting the cake were rice bags were Barbie Jefferson Used Cars
NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. Grizzell. carried her great grand !Mrs. John S. Taylor, Jr. of of Tallahassee and Robyn
mother's handkerchief. The Clearwater and Mrs. B. M. Moseley.
REASONABLE RATES and Mrs dress was empire design Riherd and Mrs. Rufus O. Jefferson Following a wedding trip to 1972 Chevy Impala 4 Dr. HTFull
WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE_ Mr. Irvin Mc- featuring a cathedral train. aunts of the bride Niagara Falls and Canada,
Conaghy of Hampton an- Her veil fashioned by Mrs. S. from Tallahassee.The the couple will reside in
THEIR PROBLEMS nounce the adoption of a tables were Power and Air Conditioned. Only 33,000 One Owner
.. /IIr D. Carver of Jacksonville, punch Gainesville after May 1.
l daughter, Charlotte Ann, on was of bridal illusion gatheredon covered with white floor The bride graduated from Miles. Dark Blue Paint with Vinyl Top.
Greater Bethlehem FreeWill \V- April 5. Maternal grandparents a seed pearl tiara. She length cloths, and wedding Union County High School in
:#; are Mr. and Mrs. carried a cascade bouquet of punch was served by !Mrs. 19f>8 and from Florida State $2,495.00
Baptist Church / Lonnie Melton, Hampton; white roses and feathered card Daniel Crews and Mrs. John University. ,
964-5136 J.?// paternal grandmother is Mrs. nations accented with ivy and McGoyern of Lake Butler, The groom graduated from
1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. OR Addie McConaghy of Max- centered with a white orchid. and Miss Ellen Blackmon] and Union County High School in 1972 Chevy Impala 4 Door
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mother-of-pearl new Columbia S. C.,cousins of the Florida. lie is employed at the Hardtop
testament, a gift from her bride. Reception and !Medical Centerin
grandmother, Mrs. N. D. Serving the groom's cake Lake Butler and is taking Only 28,000 Miles. Super Clean. One Owner Car.
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I County To Spend $23,000 On SR-16 a U Mrs(From Charles Page Goodowns 1) co-


chairman; Mrs J. C. Dukes

Ending a long holdout the commitment of local moniesto munication with DOT Deputy chairman of judges; and Mrs'V
Negotiating with the DOT, Skinner at 1:30 p.m. Monday Remembering the US-301 J. Spengler, ;
Bradford County Commission the primary project, the District Engineer Walter Shaw succeeded in getting when the contract was signed. paving Job which broke the contestants'dinner. I
agreed April 1 to spend up to city because of the shortage of Skinner open. Shaw argued DOT to agree to a contract Board Member Dave Shuford county secondary road fund
$23,000 to buy easements in money and the county becauseit that if the county's liability which limits the county's remained adamantly against for years, to where the county The following gifts were I
the state Department of would use secondary road could be limited to$23,000, the liability to $23,000. It is an using local funds on the SR-16 cannot yet do any secondary donated to the winning con I
Transportation's wideningand funds which the board could county should participate in unusual agreement, in that project, and did not appear at paving to any degree, Shuford testants in the pageant: $300
repaving of SR-16 from see again being exhausted or She$500,000 project because of counties do not usually the Monday afternoon session refused to yield to the idea of Scholarship from Statford I I
US-301 west to the Starke city being used on a primary roadin tl.clargeamountof money the negotiate contracts with DOT. with Skinner. Board Member spending$23,000 in local fundsto Women's College, $50 Savings
limits. far better shape than SIM8 state! would be spending here Rather the DOT has been Eddie Allen said he didn't draw$500,000 in state funds. Bond compliments Com
On March 19 the Starke city to Brooker which the county The project involves having counties sign a blanket want to spend local funds on Stating the county owes even munity Bank at Starke, $25 I
commission agreed to par- board is pushing the DOT to widening SR-16 to two driving agreement to use whatever the project, but when the vote more now on US-301 project Savings Bond compliments :
ticipate in the project by rework. lanes, two parking lanes with portion or a county's secondary came Monday afternoon it than ever, that the county )Florida Bank at Starke, $25 f I
moving utilities in the right-of- The county commission had curb, gutter, and sidewalks a road funds as it deems was 4-0 with Commissioners can't even pay the interest, Savings account compliments
way now as long as the city's been adamant that no local distance of some 1.35 miles. necessary.The Ralph Bryan, Dave Paulk, Shuford also recalled that Guarantee )Federal, $10 Gift
costs are limited to $3,000. funds would be spent on SH-16. SR-16 west to the city limits at board discussed Shaw's George Roberts, and Allen all when the 301 money ran out a certificate compliments
Both the city and county but County Attorney Gene Market Road will look the proposed contract Monday going for the limited Lawtey merchant could not Leila's, $15 and $10 Gift
refused to make a large Shaw kept (the lines of com- same as SR-16 east now looks morning, then met with agreement. even get an awning replaced ,v certificate compliments The

when 301 was widened. Clothes Corner, 2-$5 gift

. Board Rejects Private Bid Opening . opposed Shuford using has local continually funds the certificates Pet Center complimentsStarke $5 gift

county is trying to accumulateto certificate compliments

(From Page 1)) do some secondary paving."I Stump's, 3-$2.50 gift cer-
criticism" if bids were not first motion, eliminating the Company, Inc., Jacksonville, to raise the level of the would feel the same way, t tificates from Dairy Queen, 3-
the board meeting, with the opened in public. portion which stated that bids a first payment on the bus foundation, and to build up except if it is not spent here, it Chicken dinners at Kentucky
board retaining the option to "We've gotten ourselvesinto must be called for by the barn and operations center around the building. will be somewhere else," said Fried Chicken, 3Silver; bowls
accept or reject: the administration's something already," said board, but still requiring that complex of $6,093.80. -Passed a resolution to Chairman Ralph Bryan, compliments of Bradford
recommendation.Main Board Member Rodney Hall, bids be opened in a public -Okayed payment of 80 per again share four personnelwith to the $500,000 County Fair Association, 4-
example used by who questioned if the board meeting. This time four cent of Architect Morgan's 6 Union County with estimate cost of the SR-16 Large Pizzas any kind from
Douglas to illustrate his point had been following the correct members, Lawson, Thompson per cent fee which Is Bradford paying 60 per cent of widening."It's Pizza Hut, 12-Deluxe I Huskee's
was food bids, often pages procedure."The Holliday and Goodman requested upon completion of the salary and Union 40 per a $500,00 contract, an compliments of Hardoe's, 4-
long and which take days to sole issue is openingbids voted for the motion. Hall still bidding. Morgan received cent.Awarded improvement," Shaw argued. )Florida Theatre tickets, 2-
tabulate each quarter so the in a public meeting, dissented.The $7,094.26 of his total $8,857.82fee a $580 contract, "We don't have to, any $4.50 gift certificates from Mr
staff can determine which Attorney Shaw stated, tellingthe board then set a special coming for the job which included installation, more, just open the corn crib Otto's, 1-flat of strawberries
bids if lowest or best. board that does not meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, -Approved without for an aluminum flag pole at door like we used to do," Shaw Bradoord Hoping Club.
Bids should be opened in a preclude having the school April 4, to award bids on food comment lists of teacher re- the new high school. ArchitectDon stated. Garden Restaurant dinner for
public meeting, and if a staff evaluate the bids. stuffs for a three-month appointments for 1974-75, new Morgan supplies three DOT plans to advertise for Strawberry necklace
This gentleman two
special meeting is needed one "I'm in the dark," Hall period. Temple pointed out appointments, and termina bids to the board as a favor. bids on the project in May. ride young on the :Merry-Go- compliments Bullington's.Chicken .
should enjoys a
be called, stated Board stated' meaning he was be- that it often takes up to three tions. -Was told by Temple that dinner for two
Round at the 1971 Bradford at
Attorney Gene Shaw, who coming more confused as the days to evaluate a batch of -Approved, upon the administration's state education revenue certificates Countv E lrTHE Wishbone, Gift complimentsStan's
repeatedly told the board and discussion progressed."If bids on food stuffs, and askedif recom- were to be sold April 11'
Bootery, x 14"
school staff that bids should be you let them open bids the board would meet twice mendation, the titles as 11. The superintendent BRADFORD portrait compliments of A.
opened in a public meeting. without coming before this within a few days to award a eligible for continuing con- proposed and the board DeArmond
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"I 1 think you're asking for board, you'll be even more in contract. The board did meet. tract status: principal, agreed to a work session April COUNTY Album
Stereo compliments ofDahmer's
Published Thursdayat
trouble when you ask for bidsto the dark," stated Blaine (See accompanying article.) teacher, media specialist, 22 at 7 p.m. to discuss building built with no local funds, and 138W.every Call Street Discount Center
be opened out of a public Thompson.At In other action April 2, the supervisor, and administrator. priorities. Temple expectssome submit to the State Depart- Starke Florida 32091 also each contestant receivedan
meeting" and by a staff that point Supt. Temple school board: The new addition is the one million dollars in ment of Education. engraved charm from
member. Shaw stated. suggested that the recommen- -Signed the contract with title of administrator, which state capital outlay funds to -Received without com
Douglas Temple, and dation be studied by a committee Allison Dist. Company, Inc. Deputy Supt. W. L. Kilpatrick use for new construction. ment a student load count Second Class postage paid Williams Jewelry.
FloridaSubscription
argued for the and redrafted for later contractor for the new bus pointed out, gives an em- -Temple advised the board (pupil-teacher radio) report at Starke,
proposed policy, continually presentation to the board. barn and operation center now ployee more job security. that an opinion by Attorney from Director of Curriculumand
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Rate
coming back to the point that "Let's think about this for under construction on the -Told Architect Morgannot General Robert L. Shevin Instruction Richard : Be An Early BirdAt
the school board would still awhile," the superintendentsaid. middle school site. ArchitectDon to skimp on fill dirt on the holds that workshop of a boardare Jockel. The report shows a In trade area: $6.00< per nf f"III'Anll'l'ilml
have the discretion of accept- Hall followed with an Morgan pointed out the foundation of the new bus barn under the purview of the pupil-teacher ratio of 119.7 at year; 13.50 six months pie.M-'iit will rates fVcntn.ilK one
Il't t tcanter.
ing the staff recommendationor amendment to Lawson's first board would be in violation of and operations center. tate Sunshine Law, and that the high school, 1-20 at the i ,
the
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rejecting it. motion, to the effect of havingthe state law to pay the Allison Morgan reported the site had minutes should be recordedand middle school, 1-21.7 at Starke Outside trade area: $7.00 says an
Chairman Goodman and recommendation go firm for work done if the. been cleared, and he thoughtthe open to the public for Elementary, 120.4 at Hampton per year: $4.00 six months wr Society
Board Member Thompson before a committee for redrafting contract was not signed. The building could be a foot inspection.Approved. Elementary 119.1 at
agreed, as Thompson atated, but his amendmentdied long awaited signing then took lower than at first considered.But a resolution of Brooker Elementary, 1-20.2 at -
the board members would'open for lack of second. Suwannee and 1-
a Board Members Good- appreciation to Lawtey Elementary,
ourselves to a lot of Lawson then his place.Awarded Allison Dist. School Board the Southside
repeated man and Thompson both County for 21.1 at Elementary.
stated they would rather use and loan of a school bus -Approved, on a motion by Bible Answers:
spend a little more now to be during Bradford's recent bus Thompson, an expenditure of
assured of not flooding shortage. $2,200 for construction of a

ELECTRIC problems in the future. "You -Authorized the superin- sidewalk 700 feet long in backof WOULD YOU COMMENT ON JOHN 3:16: ?
WELLS can't get anything too high in tendent to proceed with the Lawtey Elementary School.
Bradford determination Thompson said the City of
County, Thompsonsaid. program
"GOD SO LOVED THE "
WORLD. .
At the special meeting request for Phase IV of the Lawtey has agreed to pay half the Rom. 5 8 Gethsemane and
cricufixioo
Thursday the board okayed Bradford-Union Area Voca the cost. surely ememphty this great love.
additional fill dirt up to $3,000> tional-Technical School, to be -Was informed by At- "THAT HE GAVE HIS ONLY BEGOTTEN SON. 1 Love
SERVICEElectrical torney Shaw that state law always sacrifices. 2. Christ died for all (Heb. 2:9: ; Matt 26281 3.
does require the board to Saved by his blood (Eph. 1:71.: )
School Finances 'Close'Finances
employ an independentauditor. "THAT WHOSOEVER." God. Christ and the Holy Spirit invite
Contractors Shaw said he researched man and it is "whosoever will" (I Tim. 2.3 4 Matt
are close, there is "Yes, we are financially that question after a Rev. 22.17)) : ; 11:2830:
a good possibility the Brad stable. But I can't predict previous discussion, and even :
? kiiI' / r ford School Board will"end up what will happen between now had to inform the State Department "BELIEVETH IN HIM." 1. Other passages which show the
-:....: : ;,,. c YCScrJlce short," said Supt. Jim Templein and the end of the year," of Education legal necessity offaith(Rom. 5:1: ; Acts 15:9: ; I II I Cor. 5.7Gdl.: ; 2:20: ; Heb
\C SdOt the board's April 1 meeting Temple replied. department of the law.termites, 11:6: ; Acts 16:31: ; Rom. 14.231.2.) No passage says we are saved
A as he reported on the board's Hall reiterated, saying by faith only and
t1.., J. -- .. -G'c.P, many passages teach that we are not (Jas. 2 17
.- -:=- p 1973-4 fiscal situation. Temple had said the board 19, 24, 26; Jno. 12:42.43)). 3. Faith saves when it obeys I IHeb
Temple told the board the was in sound financial con 11:30: 7)).
food service program Is dition. "I can quote you," Hall "SHOULD NOT
$40,000 in the red, which the said, citing a newspaper PERISH BUT HAVE EVERLASTING LIFE 1
RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIALDIAL school administrative staff is account. Without this sacrifice man would have perished. 2. Man may now
attempting to make up by "Because the newspapersays ? have everlasting life'("II Cor. 5:1: ; Phil. 1.21): )

9646061SERVING using items in inventory as it, doesn't make it so,""
much as possible. The inventory Temple stated.
however, consists The board received without
STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949 primarily staple items, suchas comment a brief financial ...not if Vve can help it.nUl Southside Church of Christ:

744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091 flour and grits. report, showing:
BOX 607 "There is a good possibilitywe'll General Fund: Demand 3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301
P.O. end up short," said Supt. $46,752,Time $236,928, Payroll +l

Temple. $633.Debt Send questions to Si. heclult if< Sere '
"What you mean is we're Service: Local $184, Case A (Carlisle s, di\
The liable to end up in the red?!" Interest and Sinking Fund / [,ONIROL Mimstei, '(L'" Bm'.
Housing
Board Member Blain $30,915. Rt 3, Box(58 1 st
Thompson wanted to know."We're Capital Improvement: Stnrke Fla hi .I. fe 'hll
liable to," Temple Local $25,368, Construction
Revolution Is Here said.Two meetings ago Temple $80,253, Time $169,163.s14 =- - - - - -

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t Pursuant to my recent letterto -t BY KATHY BROWN 'dam

Mr E. S, Laws, District -
f' Engineer SeaboardCoastlineRailroad -

.\'). in regard to 1"\i We hope you had a chance to skinned flesh ones,and and contain less
juice more
EMERGENCY UNDERPASS 2 attend the Bradford County "rag"or
CROSSING at the Alligator Fair last week, and look at all membrane.It's .

Creek Trestle: Copies of this r the line exhibits. I was a matter of taste when it
.;-.. letter, accompanied by a copy especially proud of the fine comes to deciding between
of your very fine editorial and entries in the Youth and Home white or pink grapefruit. The

is. H pictures of said crossing, were Divisions. The local pink ones usually are sweeter
.. )"T. sent to the heads of
displayed
.' our City homemakers and less acid. Pink grapefruit
-'. and County governments. At beautiful examples of their also contribute some vitamin
aI least one meeting has been b and skills in
...... 40DJ' talents A to the day's requirement
j .
and
1 r held by each of these bodies needlework and baking And skin color is not
\ since that time, and if any I cunning. We saw many attractive necessarily a good indicator of
!H! $- a dialogue or action took placeon well-made garments,
this matter it not w' ." ,.jj'.- .,,, ', ..,. decorated cakes were quality since fruit can be
was and the equally) good if the rind is pale
I reported upon. too lovely to consider eating. yellow, russet, or green

I j '; ', -: : For the information of the BrasivcllsMeet The Colonel exhibited The young quality people baked goods also, tinged.from When shopping.you get home storegrapelruit

; people I would like to say that needlework, and other
sewing,
.. uncovered in
... the
the ground work has been laid At Las Vegas Convention projects. They deserve to be
refrigerator.
: .
1 a for this crossing but complimented on their hard
( .. negotiations with the Railroad
work.If Weight watching"Grapefruit
and the various Col. Harlaml Sanders, founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken,
property is a versatile low
: owners must be carried out by congratulates their Mr. and !Mrs Charlie Itraswell of Slarke. for you are looking for calorie food. Learn to eat
I the City Council and the oustamliiig sales performance In 111:1.! : The BraswelK. nutritious good.ea ling. with little
grapefruit or
w who have franchised KFC stores In Starke I their peak of no
County Commission It is my and Uilliston. grapefruit are at You
added( sweetening. might
belief that a joint meeting of st'rvt'CI-IOO.OoO meals l)7t.! : The IIras..t'lIs.and Col. Sunders! quality now. Nutritionally
of
I enjoy a sprinkle salt
even
our elected officials would Mere among 3.0110 franchisees and other Kit peoplelio! grapefruit are rich in vitaminC
grapefruit It
result in immediate expedition vention attended in the Las Kentucky Vl'gas'Nevada.larch Fried Chicken International Con and they also help provide on delicious your for breakfast but it is is
essential
of this matter at a 21-28. some other equally good for other meals
small cost to everyone con nutrients. Vitamin C helps Grapefruit is tops i for said,
cerned.It keep you healthy, helps cuts and even
garnishes light
heal quickly and helps keep
;Mac Baldwin shows ( America) the fine of r also must be taken into skin and gums in good desserts It's especially good
i, BeckyMiss King points! a jeep on display at the your for snacks; since it is low m
Bradford County Fair. "1 know you don't believe me, but this is my kind of transportation consideration that a straight County Agents By condition. Vitamin C cannotbe calories but high in vitamin ('
Becky said. :Miss King grew up on a farm in Iowa before moving to Colorado six>ears ago. route from Highway 100 to stored in the body so you
Highway 301 would eliminate should rat some fond con
many minutes for the men of Ro'leboo'' BobbyTaylor 'f taining vitamin C each day If jou've always !served
grapefruit (chilled why not\ try
an emergency vehicle from Some other foods containing broiled for breakfast
grapefruit

the Bradford County Hospital. vitamin C are: cabbage.
in the morning or dessertfor \
Even the
though railroad
oranges potatoes green ?? And if must\
supper you
track is clear there are three spinach and
etJiTORiALSa traffic lights on Call Street to pepper tomatoes. serve it with !sweetener tr>
Highway 301 from the The 1974 Bradford County of Starke. We look forward to these ideas:

hospital. Running against Fair is now history and appears many more successes [for our Don't, pinch the grapefruitwhen Sprinkle a little brown
; these lights is dangerous even to be recorded as one of 4-H programs in the months )'uu're !shopping. Just sugar, crushed peppermint or
while using flasher lights and the best fairs we have had. ahead. lilt one gently and see if it's some honey mi the cut
sirens. We have a wrecked There was good participation With the fair over, I will get heavy lor its sue. A grapefruit halt pour of a grapefruit.Put .
E.M.T. unit at the hospitalnow in all areas and the people I back next week to reportingthe heavy [for its size means that
$; to back up this statement. met and 'talked to indicatedthat status of our agricultural it's full of juice. Avoid it under the hroilei)

What Dollar Can DoWith they were pleased.The activities in the county grapefruit that are pointed on until the sweetening bubbles
Please continue effortsin Serve warm.
your People so often play the the stem end. Choose fruit
expediting this project, and vegetable display in the bad side of things. !Nobodyever ;up with thin, smooth !skins: Serve foods( when they are
let us hope that the elected agricultural products booth puts out a sign that (Grapefruit; with large pores in plentiful'! You'll save food)
says
officials concerned will not seemed to attract a lot of the skin thick dollars!
vantage and one that public financing "Nice; Dog. are usually
15 deadline for incometax
the April wait until this crossing has to attention. This indicated to me
the
would to remedy giving
returns just around the corner now help become a campaign issue.Sincerely that there is more interest in
is the time to strike a blow for campaign challenger an equal chance with the vegetables and gardening this & -

financing reform by checking the little incumbent.A year than there has been for
The strawberries

designating box on your$1 of income your taxes tax return for a bill introduced in the House by Hep. Bradford A. G. LoudonJr.Chm.County Hospital many displayed Norman years., Jr by and Mrs.the L.onions M. Mobile Homes ,:N.

Wayne Hays would make public Board of Trustees
National Presidential Election Cam- grown by Mr. George Grant
paign Fund. financing of presidential general elections were the main "eye catchers"in ,
mandatory with the revenue to CITY OF STARKE the exhibit I had several Come In
:
come from the existing tax checkoff BOOTH CRITICIZED people come by at the close of Different
This idea which really costs the
the fair and ask for the onions
system but i iir would skip public Dear Mr. Editor:
taxpayer nothing since the $1 is not and strawberries. The

added to his tax but merely deducted financing for presidential primaries or While attending the strawberries were not & :

from it, seems to be catching on with for congressional races. Bradford County Fair, I discardedand my family can Sizes Styles
tell how the onions
good
more and more Americans.The couldn't help but notice the you
The Senate bill on campaign reform City of Starke display, right in were. I"

Internal Revenue Service reports would allow full public funding for both front of the main entrance. In All the vegetables displayedin
old Decars1
fact I believe the same
/
,
presidential and congressional general the exhibit can be (and are)
that on early returns, taxpayers have furniture has made it back to
been responding in greater numbers to elections plus public funds in primarieson the Fair for about the fifth grown commercially in or in //,111,
gardens our area. We are
the checkoff option than year ago when a matching basis. Some compromisewill time. fortunate to have some of the

the same question was asked. these likely differences.be worked With out growing to reconcile public booth Considering of about the$62 cost that's of a anywhere.best garden A soil little to be planningand found You Saw Only One Of The Many Homes w,

Some 14.5 cent have thus far acceptance of the tax checkoff system it pretty high rent for old fur care can reward you and
per that the for the couch your family with some real Of Mark Olins At The Fair
designated one dollar of their 1973 tax seems raising money public niture, especially good eating in the spring if you II
with the on the front
funding of all federal elections should be tape
payments to go into the 1976 election are interested and will make
panel probably covering a ripor
fund, and 6.8 per cent have checked a no problem.The tear. the effort. Now Come To

box for retroactive payment from their 1//
Even though we had a few p
To is
purpose of campaign financing me a display
1972 returns. problems in the livestockarea
reform, of course is to greatly reduce something for folk to view and our livestock show was 'WI II"iii
enjoy although I do admit OlinsMobile
That would make this year's checkoffrate the influence of special interest money- that to sit down at times is successful. The young

nearly five times that of last year's givers many of whom contributed as enjoyable. breeding animals were in 11''
good condition and will make
disappointing 3.1 per cent and at the much as $100,000 or more to the Nixon Shouldn't the City display excellent additions to several // '/1

present rate $96 million would be in the campaignsome illegally, without the something more original and herds in the area. Our two Homes Sales :::

Treasury by the time of the 1976 required disclosure. When ninety per maybe be in the competition swine exhibits were of high
election. cent of campaign contributions come for at least an honorable quality and added to the

from only one per cent of the people, as mention? variety in the livestock barn. I Hwy 100 964.5606 VI,

Several campaign reform bills are now is now the case, it is an unhealthy situation As far as the furniture is There visitors seemed in the barn to be this more year Iii

before Congress but they are nomoving < as the scandals in Washington concerned, it should be givento and the livestock show on

forward as rapidly as they during the past year have shown. someone or someplace Wednesday night and Thurs % Find Ask Mark To '
where it could be used then itwouldn't day afternoon well II'II
was at

should in view of recent disclosures have to be stored
tended.
showing the need for stringent new lawsin Those who are fed up with the evils of from year to year. Try the
the present system and would like to teachers at the
this area. lounge High The steer show and sale ShD1fVYauTheMany I
have a part in bringing about some School. I'm sure they would sponsored by the Bradford. ; "
welcome it, and I'm sure it
needed reforms do two things: Union Cattleman'sAssociation II
The Nixon administration may r
opposes any would be used.
limits on campaign spending in spite of was highly suc Homes His :
cessful. Judge Ken Durrancesaid Lai. 1 I I,1'
the trouble that unlimited spending and Firstcheck the box in your incometax Forgive me, Starke. if I've that the steers in the show
return authorizing $1 of the amount been rude. I'm from Lawtey, ,
illegal unreported campaign contribu were as good as any he had /, '
tions have cost the President and his you pay to go into the Presidential and we didn't even have a ever judged. Buyer supportwas

White House forces. This is the Election Campaign Fund. display. good on every steer sold. ,
general
Wayne Massey These
Many buyers and donors were f Homes ; I
attitude of many incumbents in. Lawtey Fla. present and rewarded the 4-Hand 1/ r
Second- Sit down and write
Congress who don't want to lose the your FFA members well for
two-to-one advantage they now hold Congressman letting him know you'refed compete P. S. Maybe with Lawtey could the job they had done with the 1,

over their opponents in attracting up with the present system and you. steers. Deluxe Doublewide

campaign funds. But this is an unfair ad. think it can be improved. There was an overflow VI

crowd at both the steer show 65' Front & Rear Bedroom, 12x65 3 Br2 Bath Fully
and sale. I heard several

remark that we need a larger Carpeted Throughout 11''
!11040 1 n n ( O.wnmtl., tli. Tf,,,, Mm"l ...n.. Woo. 173 1! facility to hold this out- Carpeted The Right Size

.a....y... ,.......t ON-D,' 11 N,1 tJ:,r'n.n.'s Individual. N.',Income". Tax .Return.19/1.'+"I It feature standing this event. Another that good the Beautiful Home At A Price For Your Family I",

...... .. ... year was
-" i." r +4wr NU '- COUNTY a/ VMI K4t MtofityI ni.tl
I IIraUKIrnlMrr.1411n steers were on display at the Thais Right I''

.. re 4.M ,.ua,.-.-..,. ....Mr J ..rr.-...--n.Ca fair from the opening on
I
tk.anaifi1 Wednesday until the closingon

J .-......... .....aI 1.rM 0,0. ,.... Saturday night. Looks like
1 4NtI this will be an annual event for
I ',ltn, 5....>. .a --t ',.mn'.... ...It, .Ialt o4.r/nM several years. Repossessed I

"..:'. ,.".I.n..........,....".. -. r :
*wNnp.I l IlMtMn Cintpntn- Fund Cr-KM T'J. if l lo o' ,.. -.. There was also a line -
:. you <*'*" d"'I.at. al Yw I Iro fu II IYna nl .at.
enac'J"]il .pOhM.tr.>to aw/nm i 91 1 He. f'..+.tnt. .n..... .....v.... I....rwun par rxua M O... ..IOt poultry and rabbit display this ;1 12x65 3
I. ",.. *.n. and other..."' -ifl';: ..1 :::':,::.., ._ l year. Over a hundred and fifty l Bedroom 2 Bath
... --01". entries were exhibited by 36 I
now t. ,
notm u 7J tm+tnliml letia,, C.oitMin Fu4 M4.n lio i.-Cn,fc Q3,il you d>4 not all an.tt i ft o(law U.M oo you i i individuals.The .
f I[ 19/2 turn ttut now..I mo go 10 I If O.nt'.tur. cmc')i*>poo*.d d not an.sntlo on 19JI* tum but n.nwlo< 49 M You Can Move In
..... .. .. .. For Only
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the fair for me was the 4.H

exhibit that placed third in the Gene from Lawtey, Fla -won in* color $400
Junior Educational Division. IaNvlelonFloss' Mark Olin gave awat Sat all"e Down 1,
oRIL,+4 This was the first 4-H exhibit County. Fair
CoBOB that was planned and

p UNTy WinnerSenior displayed by the adult leadersof
j, ACIVIO miliij? our 4-H program. Leaders
y1rlot4 4 participating and to be
Hjalmar Jane :McMillan commended were: Mr. and
0 : has been named
Mrs. Harold Waters, Mr. and

'G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER School's Bradford 1973-74 County Betty Crocker High Mrs. Richard Mowry, Mr and
Mrs. Royce Joyner and Mr. 1.Pagel 1.
Family Leader of Tomorrow.
Publishers
Nile Scott of Mrs.
Published Thursday Hampton;
each
an4 entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Scarlce, Miss :McMillan: daughter of
Joanne Fussell and Mr.
Fla. under Act of March 3. 18V Mr. and Mrs. M. McMillan: :
James Balkcom of Brooker:
of Starke. won the honor by
Subscription rate in tra>area: 16 per year: S3.30 six months. competing with other seniorsIn

Phone 9(54-6305( Outside trade aea; 17 per year: J4.00 sis i months Starke, Fla. the written knowledge and Mrs. Linda Tatum, and Mrs.
attitude examination on Ramona Griffis of Lawtey:
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Thousands of area Residents Latain Herres was namedby

attended the 24th Annual the judges as the fairest of

Bradford County Fair to see the fair and crowned by 1973

1 1w Miss America prize winning queen, Kathy Brown. i-I- 1
livestock, 14 pretty Bradford There were lots of other .
County girls vying for the title winners in various categories

of Miss Strawberry Queen, around the fairgrounds.The .
and to enjoy amusement
rides, exhibits of arts and best commercial
p4 crafts, educational displaysand exhibitors this year were:
bunka rtLWw
commercial booths.A Japanese embroidery
w k I' ra,i t '" total of 7,500 admissionson sponsored by Mrs. Kimyo
of and Ed
4'i tr Friday set a record for the Page Lawtey
Carver of Jacksonville;
largest single day attendancein
the of the second place Carlwood In-
history fair according -
teriors and A. Brown, soon to
to John Myers,
locate Ave. at
on Temple
general of the fair
manager
association. Pratt St. by owners, Carl L.
Johns, Robert L. Kitchens and
Rebecca Ann King, Miss
,
Ann Brown and third
; place
America, signed autographs Badcock Furniture.
Wednesday afternoon and
Adult Education
evening. Her tireless smile category
\, winners included the Brad-
and friendly radiance made it
If'; \ easy to see why she was ford-Union Vocational
Technical Center the
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selected as Miss America. ,
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t. .. The visit of Miss America to '
> exhibit and the Florida 1
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the fair has been
sponsoredfor
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the past six years by Mac ,
honors in the Junior
.,"' Baldwin, local automobile Top d dR
Education division were won
dealer.
.,. by the Future Farmers of
r'1'4 : ) Friday was children's day
; .l'J America. The Bradford
V :; and it was obvious to the ticket
A: ,"I Middle School took second
y ___
\ sellers that the day from
: away and Bradford 4-H Club
//0 ,'., school brought kids to the place claimed third place.
rides. A total of 41,000 tickets
tI i :'.1 I f iq1 Ili 1I were used by the thrill seeking Sweepstakes winners in the f' 0. qivvr
( areas of cooking, sewing arts
.
$ ... riders on the midway of the
I and crafts were announced at
1. _
fair.The the fair.
arena was filled for the
.1" The grand sweepstakesaward
second annual steer show and
went to Mrs. Paul III"
.. sale sponsored by the 1, R
.. Locke of Lawtey for her *
Bradford-Union Cattleman'sAssociation.
glazed ceramics creation ";
Twenty-four
: { '" Pedestal."
-- called "Flower
- .. "., ...... l' students paraded their to ,
Picture competition went ,4
livestock and after the sale, ; ,

1973 Strawberry Queen Kathy Brown poses at the 21th Annual Bradford County Fair while went home with a total of Ruth Borkowsky with, who won the i'. ,1

on the traditional Merry-Go-Round. $29,359, according to Ray bunka sweepstakes Japanese a.t.1: .

Norman secretarytreasurerof Eoline embroidery.Green won the junior Though she said she liked strawberry cake :Miss America

the cattleman's association.A youth division sweepstakeswith quite obviously found the taste of fresh Bradford strawberries
1,057 pound shown by something less than Photo
w nk a sports outfit. Susan delightful. by A. Oo.Xrmoml
Donna Worrell of Worthington
Springs won top honors as the Passwater of Keystone won
her first award
Grand Champion of thisyear's sweepstakes wheel, ...
this in the senior youth Spinning spinning around. That was the bird cage
year
I show. of which gave even some of the younger set queasy stomachs
division with
n a pair tutoring
,
At the sale Winn-Dixie paid

1 $2.01 per pound for the top dolls. J
steer and add-ons boosted the The home products sweep-
stakes winner Mrs. L. T.
l ly was
4fi total value of the show'sGrand
Izlar for her knitting of an
Champion to $2,616. afghan.In .
The same arena was converted

into a pageant hall for the food department,

fourteen girls who modeled Marion Underhill won sweep-
fashions in hopes of becomingthe stakes honors in cake

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Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Sapp of Starke gets her share of the 1974
Bradford Fair.
Pictured Is the Cornucopia centered in the Prize winning FFA Fair Exhibit.Photo by A. DeArmond County Photo by A DeArmond

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The Scrambler.... King was at home during a tour through the fair show arena charming. Photo by A. DeArmondAprl1l1. gracious and

Lighting up the sky from block away the Kerrls Wheel at the 1971 Bradford County. Fair Photo by A DeArmond during the cattle judging: Wednesday. Throughout her visit ,

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I DROOKER IN BRIEFby wlwti LEGALSNOTICE ..., Das5ifed i I


by Jeannette Prescott

NOTICEI FOR SALE:: Shetland pony,
Baptist Robinson, Jimmy Temple, gentle, well trained, completewith
Farris and Paul Steinmetzhas
The Easter Cantata Chuck Tetstone Frank Ray made Application to the I will not be responsible for FOR SALE tack, $100. Also filly,
"Easter Song," by John W. Tomlinson, Rudy Williams, Bradford County Zoning Board any debts made by my son who young, barrell or pleasure
Peterson will be presented by and Ken Young. Phil foe reclassification of the goes by the names of Jerry, horse, $200. Ph. 964-5630
Vallen a. principal of James or Jim after 7 p.m. Itp
the Church Choir Friday and property described below from Starling.
Saturday nights. April 12-13, Brooker School, is manager of R1A to R3.Northeast. Loraina Starling FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars - ---- ---
at 7:30: at the church. the team and urges everyoneto Corner of Zip 4/18 made In Japan by Gibson now WATSON'SHOUSE
Refreshments of cake and come out and give their Smokerise Subdivision, the at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. OF VACUUMS
punch will be served after support. parcel containing 5.265 acres .
/ NOTICE OF IN fEN nON TO brands of
each performance. Please more or less. --- ------- Many new vacuums
make plans to attend and School :News; This change in classification is REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME $39.00 up. Used machines
bring all your friends. On Wednesday, April 3, the subject to a public hearing to be FOR SALE: 3/4 acre near lake from $10. Expert Repairs all
Brooker Elementary School Pursuant to Section 865.09 with 1973, 24 x 58 ft. house makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor
30 at 7:30
held on Tuesday April :
bee Florida Statutes, notice is trailer. 964-8346. Itchg. Built in
New River Baptist held its annual spelling p.m in the County Commissionroom all vacuums.
Our Easter Cantata, The school champion is David at the Bradford County hereby given that the undersigned --==.----- ---""' central vacuum cleaning
OverstrrH
Dimples her
"Easter Song," will be Fussell, and the first runnerup puts $50.00 gift certificate to use at PHILLIP N. systems. 712 N. Main,
which all
the Clothes Court House at time
Corner in
the
new Bradford Square as Uremia HAMILTON, doing business FOR SALE: Registered AngusBull
presented by soloists, Mrs is Genene Dormmey They Thomas assists her interested shall be heard Gainesville 3767110. TF
to select items persons J. B. White.
under the firm
of
with other school name
Wilbur Andrews Mr and will compete
for the proposal, as
_._ or against Phone 964-6114 964 8775.
---------------- HAMILTON CONCRETE or
Mrs. Billy Chavis, N. G. winners m the county on April ---------- ---- specified in the Zoning Code of TV Color picture tubes only
Hayes Jr., and Mrs Paul 16 at the school administration Sammy recently Bradford County. PRODUCTS, 812 S. Cherry St., tfchg. $79 plus labor Dahmers
Emery, under the directionand building in Starke. unit.When the students return Allen Lewis was in Ohio on a Starke, Bradford County, Discount. tfchg.
business few Florida 32091 --- --------
accompaniment of !Mrs The school is pleased to break, the trip a days last John Torode, Chairman intends to
James Countryman. announce that Mrs! Patricia from spring Fitness week Bradford County Zoning Board. register said fictitious name FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum FOR SALE: 10 or 20 acres on
Following the service there Wood. Mrs Evelyn Copeland AAPHER Physical Old friends of Ethel Nabb 4/11 under the provisions of the $3.50, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 graded road. Ph. 468-1190
will be administered to Itp
will be dinner on the grounds, and !Mrs Bernice! Molt have Test Morgan were saddened to aforesaid Statute. $11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94 after 5:30. No collect calls. Itp
and an Easter Egg hunt for been! employed as Title I boys and girls ten years old hear of her death. She had DATED this 4th day of April, up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT. ----- -- -- -
the children. Everyone is aides! working in the reading and older. The PTA is lived in Tampa for years, but A. 0. 1974, at Starke, Bradford tfchg.
invited to attend. program. Mrs Wood is financing this unit. Trophies, she and her family were NOTICE INTENTIONTO County, Florida. -- -- --- ----- FOR SALE: Pensacola Hay, Ph.
y working in !Mrs. Jackson's certificates and patches are former residents of Brooker. REGISTER HAMILTON LOTS Zoned for mobile homes 9647679. Itchg
+''t Softball Team classroom; Mrs! Copeland is all within reach for the Mr and !Mrs. Larry Lott FICTITIOUS NAME Sole Owner and houses. Several sub- -- - -- -

} A men's Softball team has helping in the Title I physically fit youngsters. and daughter, Lynn, of 4/44t 425NOTICE divisions to choose from. Only FOR SALE: Argentine Bahia
been organized and has been classroom; and Mrs Mott i is Wiggins, Miss. were visitinglast Pursuant to Section 86509 $95 down. Monthly paymentsto Hay $1.25, at barn. Seed 75
r practicing for sev'raleeks.. working with the classroomsof PKKSO\\I.S week among their many Florida Statutes, notice is OF HEARING ON PETI- suit your budget. Ph. 468- cents per lb. 50 acres land on
.: They have entered the Starke Mrs Patray and !Mrs Mr and !Mrs. Walter relatives and friends including hereby given that the under- TION FOR CLOSING AND 1551 or 9648331. ftchg. road 100 in city limits(Starkel.)
A Recreation League which will Powell. These aides are Douglas announce the birth ofa !Mrs Lott's mother. signed Frank H. Brown, Jr., Rt. ABANDONMENT OF PORTIONS Booking orders for eggs,
!'J begin the week of April 15 The assisting with students in son, Walter Douglas, Jr. on Mrs Ilean Lewis and family; 2, Box 16-P, Starke, Florida OF UNUSED PLATTED - -- -. -- -- Hulsey game chicken Jumbo
Brooker Council has given grades one to three in the April 1 in Shands Teaching her aunt, Mrs Joyce Stokes, 32091, doing business under the STREETS IN KNIGHT'S SUB- FOR SALE: One burner oil stove Quail, Jumbo pheasants and
support by purchasing reading program. )Hospital, Gainesville. and family: her maternal firm name of S. and W. Muffler DIVISION AS PER PLAT $13.50, two burner $18.95, 3 Wild turkeys. J. M. Edwards,
uniforms and equipment Physical Education classesare grandfather C. A Atkinson Shops, Route 2, Box 16-P, THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT burner $25.50. DAHMERS Box 628 Phone 964-5379,
1 The Brooker Recreation winding up their gym- 1'lrs.Ielia! Sloan and her of Brooker; her grandparents. Starke, Florida 32091, intends to BOOK 2, PAGE 2, IN SECTION DISCOUNT. lOtchg 5/30 Starke. 4/4 4tp 4/25.
4. has for the nastic unit, with all students grandchildren of Groveland. Mr and !Mrs. Emory Lewis -- - -- --
Committee paid register said fictitious name 21, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, -- -- -- -
entrance fee The players are: having been given personal recently visited Mrs Ruby aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs under the provisions of aforesaid RANGE 22 EAST. FOR SALE OR RENT2 FOR SALE: One hydraulic lift,
:' Ed Allen, Danny Bass Billy instruction and the opportunity Hayes for a week Paul Faulkner and family statute. bedroom partly furnished $100. Call 964-5975 or see at
.; Bigham. Steve Clark. Bobby to freely explore and Mrs Blance Baxter of and aunt and uncle. !Mr and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: house. No children. 314 N. Tenneco Station. Itp
'. Dval.. Henry Harrell. Jerome create on the tumbling mats. Gainesville was a recent !Mrs Woodrow Thomas and Frank Brown, Church St. 1tp
: Kelly, Billy McHae. Robert The4th, 5th and 6th graderswill Sunday afternoon visitor of family, all of Starke. Debra Independent Dealer You will take notice that in
.: McRaney, Gene Melvin, J. EIott. be individually evaluated !Mr and Mrs. Pitt Baxter. and Randy her sister and Dated this 9th day of April, A. D. accordance with the provisionsof
.' !\ Steve :Nipper; David according to their per- Mrs Jima Potter of Grand brother accompanied them! 1974 at Starke, Florida. 4/11/ 4tp Section 166.041, Florida
.. Prescott Gene Haulerson formance on basic stunts Prairie. Texas visited her home Thursday to spend a 5/2 Statutes,a public hearing will be Logalspetitioners'
Tommy Raulerson Joe demonstrated throughout the mother! !Mrs Hallmark, and week held by the City Commission of

-- the City of Starke, Florida, in the
City Hall on North Thompson attorney whose IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
Street, on Tuesday, May 7, address is P. O. Drawer 1030, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
1974, at 7:00: p.m. on the Starke Florida, 32091, on or FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRAD-
before May 31, 1974 and file the
petition of George H. Pierce, as FORD COUNTY ,
with the Clerk of this
original
for John A. Torode and

EV d : OWPri'Ce' E"e FOOD holders attorney Sarah ,Torode which, his petition wife, free-was petitioners'Court either before attorney service or immediately on- CIVIL ACTION I

'I'.I' I spread upon the minutes of a thereafter; otherwise Case No. 74.97
fI7( t. SUGAR default be entered againstyou
a may
CZ.- ""AI. ..., i CURED DILowprice meeting of said City Commission relief
.. for the demanded in >
'", ., _, .. held on April 2, A. D. 1974, the Petition. In Re: The Marriage of RALPH
'SMOKED FAIR requesting that the said City R GOODMAN, husband, and i
J rM WITNESS my hand and the wife
.Commission close and abandon MARTHA GOODMAN, ,
\ seal of said Court on April 9,
\ portions of Clark Street, Walnut
YOUNG Street and Thompson Street 1974. NOTICE OF SUIT .
HAMS SUPERMARKETS Intersects Andrews NO PROPERTY
where it with GILBERTS. BROWNAs ,
hereinafter described,
TURKEYSSTARKE'S Street, Clerk of said Court
and renounce and disclaim any By: Beulah M. Moody TO.MARTHA GOODMANYOU
:: : ST. right of The City of Starke, Deputy Clerk i
v a LouRDS DSc 0 D T Bradford County, Florida, and 4/11 4t 5/2 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
StillU
BUTT CUT 69c 673l 17 LBS :'. APRIL"r'!'1/T.UU'T0000 9u1NTli T HRRLB the public in and to the land that an action for dissolution of I
8'e
16 TO 29 POUNDS 1
WHO1I MS.69C AND 4 RIGHT' RI/r AVID lying within said portions of said marriage has been filed against
.....
CENTER CUT 4 TO.LBS UP /DIIDYR"YD"MUM streets, said platted streets IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, you MARTHA GOODMAN and
B we"nl.e
HAM ROASTS .99AGAR'S EIGHTH to a \
CLOSEDEASTER being described as follows: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, you are required serve copy
SUNDAYI The extension of Clark Street, BRADFORD COUNTY, of your written defenses, if any I
Walnut Street and Thompson FLORIDA. to it, on the plaintiff attorney,
Street where it intersects with whose name and address is j
1 CENTER CUT ;! BONELESS FULL CUT Andrews\ Street and North to the File Number 1 1-2088 In ProbateIN DUDLEY P. HARDY P_ O J

!8 NELESS i SIRLOIN I ROUND/ "j, Subdivision Northerly boundary, all lying of and Knight's beingin RE: ESTATE OF OURANIA 32091 Drawer 1, and 1030 file the Starke original, Florida with 'I

Section 21, Township 6 LAINAS, Deceased the clerk of the above styled ;
trIEYDar South, Range 22 East, as is court on or before May 26 1974; i
I wlDrcrI!1 HAMS 1 STEAKS STEAKS more particularly platted in Plat FINAL NOTICE otherwise a judgement may be
Book 2, Page 2, public recordsof entered against you for the relief
3 LB CAN I 5 LB CAN 1 Bradford County, Florida. Notice is hereby given that the demanded in the complaint or
undersigned has filed a final petition.
: accounting, has completed the WITNESS my hand and the
All interested parties may
$399 : $659 i $149 $139I appear and be heard at the time administration of this estate, and seal of said Court on April 2.
cmI'J' CfffJ and place above specified. that after publication of this 1974.
I Dated this 2nd day of April, A. notice, once each week for four
D. 1974. consecutive weeks, application GILBERT. BROWNAs
will be made to the Circuit Courtin Clerk of said Court
/ / 1 Every DayLowPricc EvcryDay LowPrkeAOMD CITY COMMISSION OF THE and for this county for approval By: Dorothy Moore

CENTER CUT *MUDI CITY OF STARKE, FLA. of the accounting and for As Deputy Clerk
i CHUCK final discharge of the un- 4111 4t 52NEWS
SEMrBOHClESS BONELESS CHUCKROAST FRESH By: Clerk of Said Board dersigned. Objections, if any,

HAMS HAMS STEAKS FRYERS It 4/11 should be filed with this Court '"

SOUTHEAST FIRST BANK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OF JACKSONVILLEBy ABOUT
I IOfe Y t CMIICf 0 THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT : Richard C.Weimer
IN AND FOR BRADFORD Vice President and

Pantry REGULAR GRIND, J Pantry Pride i COUNTY, FLORIDA. As Executor Trust of the Officer Last SERVICE MEN

CASE NO. 73-127
j TETLEY Will and Testament of
Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK i .
1 Ourania Lainas, Deceased '" -" "
In re: PETITION FOR ADOP- 4/4 4t 425NOTICE
FLOUR TION OF ANTONIO RIVERA WICHITA FALLS Tex.
COFFEE TEA BAGS and ELOISE RIVERA OF INTENTION TO Airman First CI.lSSIary: L
Gnftis. daughter of :Mr and
PLAIN OR SELF-RISING REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
:Mrs. Dennis \V Gnllis oi Hi
NOTICE OF SUIT
i 1 1. Starke. has graduated at

LB C C I J& ToPETER: MURRAY Florida Pursuant Statutes to Section, notice 865.09 is Sheppard AKB. Tex.. Irom the
trWllY
sn 79 sa 79 88BonusBuy 1670 Mission Street C. S. Air Force communications -
BAG 'CJ! i IIW"'tI' i San Francisco, CaliforniaAnd hereby given, JOHN that CURLES the undersigned conducted by specialist the Air Training course

I doing business under the firm
( to any other Command.
name of STARKE CYCLE
BonusBuyU.S. BonusBuyFMSK BonusBuy BonusBuy: BonusBuy interested parties) CENTER, 207 North Temple The airman telctjptvtnter, who learned to-
Ave., Starke, Bradford County, operate equipment
M I MAIN! twin JWCY nwsw notified that used in the world-wide
CMS? WESTERN PINK O* WHITI You are hereby Florida 32091, intends to
HONEYDCWMELONS the above named petitioners, said fictitious name Air Force communicalions
WHITE FLORIDA CANTALOUPES register
FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT ANTONIO RIVERA and ELOISE under the of the system. is being assigned to
POTATOES RIVERA, his wife, have filed a aforesaid Statute.provisions Hichards-Oebaur Al>"l3. :Mo.
CELERY Petition in the abovestyledCourt DATED this 28th day of for duty with a unit of the Air

f t I for the adoption of March, A. D. 1974 at Starke, Force CommunicationsService.
.
Marsha Donna Murray and you Bradford County, Florida.
STALK are commanded to serve a copy JOHN CU ALES Airman Griff, a 1969
of your written defenses, if any, sole graduate of Bradford Ihgh
GREEN GIANTCORN ; 100 o PURE FLORIDAORANGE owner School altended Santa Fe
on Dudley P. Hardy, Esq., 3/28 4tp 4/18/

PUNCH j; Community College. ---.

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: BABY SPRAY STRAWBERRY WHIP .6wM,'51.VI ANGEL FOOD ,

I SHAMPOO j [..SPRAY. _. J DEODORANT SHORTCAKE TOPPING iBROLLs BAR CAKE i

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FOR SALE: 22 snub revolver WANTED: Electrical SSflVE $

38$19.95 revolver, 25 automatic from $49.95$39.95, 357, jOb Steve too Clark big ,or 45806.too small work. :If Call No no Pumps FRED DAVIS 00" JU: CARS CARS CARS

nine magnum MMM revolvers automatic$11.95, answer call 485.2601.2tp /18t 10 Acres Just Out of City, Good New And GMC TRUCKS TREE SERVICE
Land.
Used"A -
$129.95. DAHMERS SALES PONTIAC ALL TYPES TRtE WORK MDEPENDABLETRANSPORTATIONBUICK
DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30 LITTLE RIDE CAN BULLDOZIER LAND
3 BR CB Const., 2 Full Baths, PARTS
------------ SAVE YOU A LOT" TF CLEARINGoCOMPLETELYDEEP
Fireplace, Farm. Rm., Close To SERVICE
HELP WANTED All Conveniences. GREEN COVE SPRINGS" INSURED AND LICENSED OWNED & OPERATED
J & SHALLOW WELLS
.
FREE ESTIMATES BY A STARKE MAN
".
70 Acres, 10 With Pines,20 With SuppliesEXPERT JIMMY MOORE'S
Plumbing 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE
MISCELLANEOUSt. Pecan Trees, 40 Cleared. Sun Sports JAX 768-8522 1.\1 chant Auto Sales
HELP
t... WANTED: The Camp SERVICE OR STARKE 964-9935
Blanding EM Club is 2 BR Frame,Approx.2 Mi. From MORE BOAT FOR GAINESVILLE
recruiting City. Good Terms. YOUR MONEY TF 12 TP 627INSURANCE
?
more kitchen ON ALL MAKES
workers, wait- 1636 S E. 3RD AVE
TUNING: Call Yon Piano resses with or without experience 964-7O61 STARKE PH 964-5791
PHONE
we will 10 Acres Cleared with 2 Rows MARCHANT WILL
train
Service, Lake City. Expert you and
Planted Pecan Trees
technician. Ph. 755- Pay YOU good wages while COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN 7-25 pd. TREAT YOU RIGHT
tuner
you learn.We also need Durrance DRIVE SERVICE AT REDUCED RATES
tfchg. more ''
0874.
cooks and 2 BR Frame Lg. Home and Nice'
COunter help Call AUTO FIRE BOAT
AND REPAIR
------------ 533-2101 Lot. PUMP a SUPPLY co.
or come by the
club COMPLETE FIBERGLASS DOYLE E. CONNER '.) ".j '-! 'J
LOSE WEIGHT: Safely & fast today lip 864-N.TEMPLE AVE.
with X-11 Diet Plan $3.00. "- 2 BR CB Const., Built Recently. REPAIR INSURANCE AGENCY

REDUCE Excess Fluids with HELP WANTED: Experienced; ;;; Adding machines; typewriters; CUSTOM' BUILT FIBER TCHG Mary Carter Paintsoffice
CALL US WE
X-Pel $3.00. electrician, HAVE MORE GLASS FISHING BOATS
Money Back experienced elec supplies. Bradford County
Guarantee. Koch Drug. 1/3- trician's helpers. Non experienced Telegraph. TF .

4/11 15tchg BELL ELECTRIC need not Keystone apply. Filing Cabments; office furOLINS MOBILE HOME SALES Mortgage BurningLBfflH .

Heights, 473-3602. GEORGE ROBERTS .
MACHINE All tfclrg.
SEWING : makes niture; index file drawers. HillY. 100 w. PH. 964-5604 -
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cleaned, oiled and ---------- REAL ESTATE TF
adjusted PART Bradford County Telegraph. i: t(1J1 I Il
$7. All work guaranteed. TIME HELP WANTED: 2 l(
James Strickland Rt. 2, Box or 3 days a \week. Sales experience 986 N.Temple Ave., StarkePh.
.964-7826 --------- SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED a
LARGE
Ph. Write
65F, Starke. 964-8733 or necessary. and
7823189.4/4 2tp 4/11 give resume to P. 0. Drawer Wayne Douglas Associate Cash & Carry Tires REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
A, Starke Fla. tfchg. Ph.964-6593 REASONABLE PRICE,
---------- CONDITION AT A
E. CALL TF
MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also I 1974
mobile home hurricane an- BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE TIRESFRONT'

choring and mobil nom.e roof HOUSES FOR SALE : END
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home SALES SERVICE IR & Cash Discounts

Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. Fine selection or Used Cars I SERVICE96458OO YOUNG ((D CO.
Starke, Fla. tfchg Taken On Cadillac Trades (No Checks)

,MISC: Spring fix-up time, Brooker Two new homes 211(11( S.W.13th J78-5301 t PNO Vacuum Cleaners

screen and wind repair, lawn Hampton Home on 1/2 acre t QUALITY ., 8c
chair repair, painting. General Lake Butler old farm GAINESVILLE NESE o and Sh'ampooers 2-5 Gal. 10%
handyman. Ph. 9645422. lip Lake Butler Canal lot I SERVICE FOR LESS

------------ Starke 2 BR house$8,800 Adult Mobile TFN 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787 6 to 1 0 Gal 15%
BABY SITTER: Located in Starke 290 acres in pasture t.... ___w__ "
Hampton area. Clean home, and timber, part fenced. Home ParkIN STARKE. FLA.
dedicated parent. Call 468- SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAY
1S32. 2tp 4/18 FRED SACKETT-REALTOR CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH WE SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS
11 Gal 20%
------------ 205 N. Temple 964-6522(US-301)) WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD : Long Champ I lT JRobert's 28 up

WE NOW HAVE diamond GROCERY AND NEW
needles for any make or model Nite 463-1753 SHOPPING CENTER Home and 102 E. Brownlee

stereo player. Dahmer's NO PETS TF [Building Materials
Discount House Plumbing ServiceWE
tfchg. JO-LU COURT
80 Acres 22 A planted pines BUILD Starke 9647025'YOUR C j
1/2 mi road frontage $1,100acre. U.S. 301 SOUTH
------------ PLANS OR OURS REMODELING >-c> >

SAWS SHARPENED, work PHONE 964-881O
YOUR LOT OR OURS'FREE
guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or 2 BR frame house completely NEW ADDITIONS
leave at Jackson Building furnished $8,000 ESTIMATES
Supply, Starke or Keystone Coleman'sWELL
REMODELING REPAIRS
Heights. Tfchg. 2 BR frame house fenced lot, NEW INSTALLATIONS
------------ carport and outbuilding $9,600 DRILLINGA ADDITIONS f.-----------------l I
FENCE BUILDING and repairing I
odd Plants LOCAL MAN HOMESSOLD 24 HR SERVICE
jobs. planted. Nick Large 2 BR 1 Bath CB $25,500 TRADED I
Harper, 964-6481. ltp FROM STARKE t
FREE ESTIMATES
------------ ACREAGE FOR SALE
2 BR Mobile Home on 100 x 200
Line Homes
Custom I
ELLIS COLEMAN
WILL KEEP your child during canal lot -Santa Fe $13,500A. 964-6853 Fla
day, large house and play KNOWS HIS BUSINESSFor Call 782-3563 Lawtey, ; I
4/4 .J.THOMAS, REALTOR HWY 301 S. STARKE TF < 4f'
9648087. 2tp
Ph.
area. I
4/11 205 N. Temple Ave. Free EstimatesCall Let Us Bid On Your Job I
9646162 I IBi11'
------------ 481-2892
WANTED TO BUY: 3 or 4 LILLIAN C. PEARSON Your Plans Or OursVisit ,

bedroom house brick or Associate Hawthorne C. B. Radio
782-3806 i
block. Call 9649974. ltp $2 698

------------ 321 Temple Ave. PLUS TAX & TAG I Our Models I I In Beautiful I I r
3G4B34SStarke
DRIVER EDUCATION CLASS United FarmAgencyInc
FOR ADULTS: Adults who Your Fla.
are interested in learning to Montclair I Orange Park Fla.

drive a car are invited to join a Real Estate REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER All Types Of Electronic Equipment j I
class in driver education. Broker
Applications are being takenat PAUL FAULKNERBROKERIRENE OrCall
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tional and Technical Center.
ROBERT FAULKNERASSOC.LOUISE .
For additional informationabout AppraisalsCALL
this class and other MCRAE-ASSOC. 264-2285 964-6464

dasses, please call 964-6150, BILL POWELL 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE Bill Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses
REAL ESTATE
Mon-Thure.9 a.m. to 10 p.m. STARKE. FLA. 964-5O65 1tlI/ Park Starke Fla.
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FOR RENT: Small 3 bedroom Two Months STARXE BUILDERS Gainesville ,
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house off Raiford Road. $100 ------------ --
C. B. A COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
3 BEDROOM 2 bath -
per mo. Ph. 9647015. ltp with Heat and Air Carpet Free Rent! PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
------------
beautiful lot in Starke. 15 x 30 STARKE FLA.

FOR bedroom RENT home OR ,SALE kitchen: 2 front room with fire place. BRADFORD Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE

equipped, living room with Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB in Ex- PARK NO WAX FLOOR' $J.CO/
fireplace and carpeted. Rent cellent Location $19,800 COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT *6 5O HPPLICHTSONSNow
$75 per month of Sale$7,995. MOBILE HOME LOTS ON | PER SQ YD

Ph. 964-6680 or Jax. 771- Beautiful Building and mobile A YEARLY LEASE YOU SculpturedHI
6079, ask for Glenn East. ltp home lots inside and outside city GET 12 MO. FOR THE
------------ LOW NYLON
OF 10 MO. $30.00MO |
PRICE
FOR MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS Now Accepted For PersonsINSTALLED
RENT: 3 BR, fully furnished $300.00 YR CITY 56.91 Being
AC mobile home (lin 4 BR 2 bath CH and Air FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY
SEWER,WATER. ELEC. OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SQ YD
country). Ph. 431-1321. 2tp
4/18 Adult Park Shag Seeking Permanent Employment.

------------ CHECK WITH US THE CARPET THE NOW LOOK'
WE MAY HAVE WHAT YOU 964-5988 TF'
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FOR RENT 12' wide mobile WANT HWY 301 NORTH COLORS TO COMPLETELY QC
homes outside city limits. J LET US HELP YOU 1757 N. TEMPLE INSTALLED O ERORUBBER PADDING PER SO YD 51.JO
B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no BUY, SELL, TRADE!
answer call 964.8775tfcfg. 1 Experienced operators
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FOR PARK RENT, Quiet: ,NEW nice people ADULT, no SEWING OPERATORSI Assembly Applicants Needed in these categories may apply in

outside pets. No children

ftchg under 1757 16.4/25 N. BRADFORD Temple 964-59B8.PARK, EXPERIENCED WE WILL PREFERRED TRAIN BUT At General Electric person, 7:30: to 4:00: daily.



FOR RENT: 1 bedroom upstairs IF YOU ARE SEEKING REGULAR ..-Immediate openings for light assembly production

apartment Call 964-6579 after PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT operators on night shill ((2nd and 3rd). Side Seam
6 p.m. 1tp Single Needle
------------ for assembly work are all
Cadillac Uniform Co. ..-High dexterity and aptitude
i-UH RENT: Vacancy Bradford the requirements necessary. Bartack
Village Apt. For info call
Strout Realty, Inc., heg. 441 E. BROWNLEE STARKE.FLA or particular educational
Broker.2117 N. Temple Ave. inj}* Ph. 964-6609. tfchg. background required.
mTnThuTrmFILL Double Needle Fellingthrough
..-Apply between the hours ol 8 a.m.and 4:30: p.m. Monday
DIRT r Friday at the plant located on Highway 441, 1J miles

t WANTEDWANTED j Hauled north of Gainesville. ",


Ffirt" Vogue'
WHEN & WHERE YOU WANT IT.

refrigerators- ,Used washers furniture- Dah- Call 468-1873 General {.., Electric

mere Discount House. tfohfl Co.An
STEPHEN SMITH Manufacturing .


WANTED home to: Lady take to care come of to Infant my STAR ROUTE HAMPTON.FLA. Equal Opportunity Employer TF 710 S. Water St. Starke, Fla.

twins. Ph.964-8072. 2tp 4/18 Sxnn* Mtfff tii iia a tttitttrt

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spent the day with her. Her Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
SCHOOL NEWS other daughter, Mrs. Jim visited their sister-in-law, LA WTEY--

Students from the first, Burton, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Thelma Kelly, and niece
second and third grades of arrived Tuesday and will !Mrs. Hazel Harrison, In TERRY
Lawtey Elementary Schoolare spend some time with their Gainesville on Saturday.Mr. BY ELIZABETH:

pictured above enjoying a mother. and Mrs. Sam Stewartof Thursday.Mr. guests of their brother and
cereal breakfast at the school Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Miami and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

cafetorium. guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Lane Carter and daughters of Jr. and family and their Lonnie Teston.

The students have been Strickland, of Gainesville Gainesville were dinner parents Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mrs. Onie Thornton of

studying about foods and Thursday to Saturday.Mr. guests of their mother, Mrs. Boyette, Sr. spent last Auburndale spent some time
nutrition and this activity was and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Lois Carter Saturday weekend in Columbus Ga. with her sister, Mrs. Pierce

part of their overall health and family and Mrs. Maines evening.Mr. with their son and daughter- Crews, and other relatives in

unit.The Griffis and children, of and Mrs. J. C. Tye in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl this community.Mrs. .

newly proposed Palatka were Sunday dinner spent the weekend with their Boyette and family.Mr. Pierce Crews was a

elementary circulate ortcard guests of their mother, Mrs. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy guest of her brotherinlawand
has been among Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy and Mrs. F. L. Robertson, in Talley of South Daytona spent sister Mr. and Mrs.

several parents in the com- Boch, and Lynn. Jacksonville.Mrs. the weekend with their Waldo Pringle of Worthington ..
munity. Comments or Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Loca Raulerson spent parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Springs Monday to Wed- .' :. .....,... -r
suggestions on the proposedform Jenkins of Jacksonville were with her uncle and there .
Satruday Tye.Mr. nesday. While they last week) and Mrs. Jim Newsom. Monday.Mr.
from
will be appreciated. Thursday dinner guests of aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Coleman attended a revival at Philippi (Held over Mr and Mrs. Les McClellan
Please call or come by the their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Tison, and her brotherinlawand Phillips and Mrs. Carlos Baptist Church near Wor PERSONALS attended services at New and Mrs. Ralph Wise
school if you have questions J. Anders. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rodrigues visited their thington Springs. On FridayMr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee River Methodist Church on and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs.

about this new form. Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and Harry Busbee.Mr. grandson, Scott Barber, in and Mrs. Pringle were attended the barbecue at Thursday night, and visited Donny Wise and family, Mr.
The 4th grade classes have daughter of Maxville were and Mrs. Cohen Peeleof Bradford County Hospital on overnight guests of Mrs. Hatchett Creek Hunting with Rev. and Mrs. Lorenzo and Mrs. Bill Wise of Hampton -

decorated the cafeteria with dinner guests of her parents, Jacksonville visted their Sunday. Crews and another sister Preserve, Orange Park, on Griffis, of Raiford, after the Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
themes of Easter and Spring. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon aunts Mrs. Flossie Rosier !Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Teston Mrs. Onie Thornton. Sunday.Mr. service. Brown and Debbie, Mr. and

Mrs. Sklenicka's and Mrs. Wednesday. and Mrs. Rossie Reddish on of Jacksonville, were recent and Mrs. Vernon Teston Mrs. Tommy Clayton and Mrs. Johnny Brown and

Kirkland's classes will _._ and family of Little Rock, and her brotherinlawGerald Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Lynn Such was a Tuesday ------------------------------------------ son
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present a program to the other Ark., spent the week with of Brown and Michelle, Mr. and
Clayton,
classes later in the month. evening dinner guest of Miss their parents, Mr. and Mrs. dinner Mrs. Paul Norman Kenny
Jacksonville
The PTA voted Tuesday Angela Calbert of Jackson- For Lonnie G. Teston. Vernon hasa were and Dave, Charles Dawdon,
Set SundayThe guests of her mother, Mrs. C.
night to buy a new 16 mm ville.Friends of Mrs. Selma Sunrise Service Bachelor's Degree in R. Crews and Glenann. Other Alvin Anderson and Frank
projector for the school and to f'ederal Engineering and is her sister-in-law, Pendarvis, and Mr. and Mrs.
purchase a portable speaker Eunice regret to learn that she making ood. We are happy to guests were Wayne Hardee and family, of
is in St. Vincent's annual Easter Sunrise minister ot the First Christian Charles Whatley pastor of Mrs. Hazel Bradley and son.
that be used with a patient make this report as he is one and Mrs. June
can Highland,
system
Hospital, Jacksonville. Our Service will be held at 7 a.m. Church of Starke and music is First Assembly of God. Friends of Hughey Austin
outdoor activities. love and prayers are with her. Sunday in the open area at the in charge of William George, Luncheon in charge of of Miss our Lawtey Elizabeth Boys. regret to learn that he is a Prescott gathered at the homeof
Mrs. Tommy Clayton and northwest corner of Crosby Minister of Music of the First Greater Free Will Baptist Terry was a patient in the Veterans Mrs. Purvis Brown on
CHURCH ACTIVITIES guest of her nephew and niece to celebrate her 68th
son of Jacksonville were Lake Cemetery bordering on Baptist Church of Starke. Church and Madison Street Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch andSons. : Hospital, Lake City. Our love Sunday
and the of
birthday, birthdays
It is suggested that Church. and with him.
West. persons are
100
of her Baptist
Friday overnight guests Highway prayers
of Jacksonville Beach
Church of God Sunday her grandsons, Kenny and
mother Mrs. C. H. Crews. This is the first Sunrise attending the Sunrise Service Good Friday April 12- Rev. to Friday.Mr. Willie Dobbs and daughter,
School 10 a.m.and Worship While here they attended Service to be sponsored by the bring along a folding chair for John M. Flynn, rector, St.Mark's Monday. and Mrs. John II. Sandy, and his parents, Mr. Dave Norman.
Services 7
11 a.m. p.m. Bradford County Fair at recently organized Bradford seating, as seats will not be Episcopal Church. Morris and daughter of and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs, visited
and
YPE Prayer Meeting Starke.Mr. County Ministerial Alliance, provided. In case of rain, the Luncheon in charge of St.Mark's N. J. their son, Burney Dobbs, in Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobleyof
were guestsof
Saturday, 7:30: p.m. wellas service will be held in the and Allen Chapel Parsippany, Jacksonville Sunday
as on
Faith Church and Mrs. Burney Dobbsof and the general public their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tampa were Sunday
Baptist
Radio Program over WPXE Jacksonville were Thur- members of all churches in First United Methodist AME Church.All Hubert Priest and Lamar Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman overnight guests of their

Starke 8 a.m. Sunday Bible sday dinner guests of their the county, are invited to Church. Holy Week services are Friday to Tuesday. Other were guests of their parents, brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
The two remaining servicesin the First United and Mrs. Leonard Nor-
in Mr.
held
School 10 a.m. Worship parents Mr. and Mrs. Arlie attend. guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and
will be the Holy Week series are: Church across Wednesday.Chief .
Dobbs. The message Methodist man on family.Mr. .
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: W. Williams and Hal of
p.m. School on Bible Doctrine Mrs. Tom Barry and brought by J. C. Brown, Thursday April 11 Rev. from the post office. Wellborn, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Glen Ray and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof

Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor'shome. daughter of Jacksonville were George R. Summerlin of Lake Alford and family of Worthington Springs were

Prayer Meeting guests of her brother and Ilrool'r nanism; Tenebrae Services Set By Methodists City on Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville dinner were of Chief Sunday and Friday overnight guests of
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. guests their sister Mrs. Pierce
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible and Mrs. Fate Redd of
Study. Harold Eunice on Sunday.Mr. Present Cantata; Members of the First symbolizing Christ remains Macon Ga. were guests of Mrs. Barry Watts and Barry Crews.
Lee. Other guests were Chief
Grace United :Methodist and Mrs. Wm. Mobley United Methodist Church will lighted throughout the ser- their mother Mrs. O. J.
and Mrs. B. F. McCulley and
Church Sunday School 9:45: and granddaughter. Angie of The Brooker Baptist Church hold a Tenebrae service in the vice. Phillips, and other relatives David.
a.m. Worship Services 11 Tampa were Saturday will present a cantata, sanctuary on Maundy The annual Pancake Break- Wednesday to Sunday. J.P. AndrewsJames
and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs
a m. and 7 p.m. WednesdayMYF overnight guests of their "Easter Song" by John W. Thursday, April 11, between fast of the church will be heldin Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Mr.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ira
7 p.m. followed by Choir sister. Mrs. Jack Kuhne, and Peterson Friday and Saturday 7:30: and 8:30: p.m., including Fellowship Hall on Easter and family of Palatka were of Lake Butler on P. Andrews, 66, of
Practice at 7:30.: children. While here all of nights April 12 and 13, at 7:30: Holy Communion. Sunday, April 14, from 8:30: to Sunday dinner guests of their Saturday.Young lie has had 1828 Robin Crest Drive, West
eye
them attended Bradford o'clock. 9:30: a.m., following the Nellie Wilkison
mother, Mrs. ,
service on Columbia S. C., died April 5
After morning County Fair in Starke. The word Tenebrae Easter Sunrise surgery on both eyes.
be means
There will refreshments! community Mrs. Daisy Boch and Lynn.
covered dish luncheon after brief illness. A nativeof
Sunday a :Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and fellowship after each darkness, and an observanceof Service at 7 a.m. at Crosby Mrs. Bennett Green of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. a
the he
at Bradford ,
served County was
was attended the Clay Electric Coop performance. Everyone is the Lord's Supper, knownas Lake Cemetery. The break- Superior, Ariz. was a guest of Robertson visited Mrs. Ulane the of the late James S.
church. meeting at Keystone welcome. Tenebrae was first held in fast is $1.50 for adults and 75 her brother and sister-in-law, Raulerson and their son-in- son
Highland Baptist! Church Heights on Thursday of last the fourth century. In the cents for children 12 and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice law and daughter, Mr. and andOlaRenfroeAndrews. He
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. week. candles under. Mrs. C. K. Cowan, of was a building contractor anda
-Jim Temple, pastor service, eight are and family over the weekend. member of the Sanctified
W'orshpService11: a.m. Choir Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore gradually extinguished, Both of these events are Mrs. Vernard Hughes and Jacksonville on Sunday.

Practice 6:30: p.m. Evening attended the wedding of their First Baptist Church, symbolizing the flight and sponsored by the UMYF and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shellie Howe and Michelle Holy Church. his wife
Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer niece Brent Boyer to George denial of the disciples and tickets are available from the Kuhne and family. Joseph Wilkison spent the weekend Surviving are
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: Hartman. in Lake Shore Starke friends of Jesus after the young people or at the church Starling. Sandy and Mike with their grandparents, Mr. Marjorie P. Andrews; three
and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison. Sr. daughters :Mrs. Carolyn
p.m. Baptist Church. Jacksonville, crucifixion. A ninth candle, office. Dobbs, enjoyed a cookout at
Church Sheri Napier and Mrs. Gloria Gray Miss Jacqueline An-
Northsiile Baptist .
: on Saturday.Mr. for Service:
Opportunties
the home of their sister !Mrs.
Sunday School 10 a.m. and Mrs. Wayne Easter Sunrise Howe, of Jacksonville spent drews, and Mrs. Shirley
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Harper and son of Starke were Service Sunday, :7 a.m. ; Sunday 11011I ('('0111 i"J Day ,Uf'lllfJfli.dIfJr; ; Carolyn afternoon.Mrs. Holmes of. Starke on Sunday with the Wilkisons. Barker all of West Columbia;
Sunday
Meeting Mrs. Rowe and her daughter six sisters. Mrs. Emma
7:30: p.m. Prayer Saturday guests of their School 9:45: a.m.; Morning Present Maxie Reddish and
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. grandparents, Mr.and Mrs. Worship at 11 o'clock sermon: Anil Revival Will Randall of the State Farm Shellie returned to. Crews.Gertrude Wauchula Walker,; Mrs.Fort
Jacksonville that afternoon.Mr.
On Saturday April n.at the Carl Prevatt. Futch of "Man: Alive! ; Church Corpora Sitnday visited her parents, Mr. and and Mrs. J. C. Beach of Myers; Mrs. Elva Lee Edward -
Mrs. Joyce 6:15 Evening
Training, : p.m. ; Pin C ChurchRevival Les McClellan
; Mrs. Monday
church there will be an Easter Blackshear Ga. called on her "I rove Jacksonville visited their and Mrs. Bonnie Owens
at 7:30: sermon:
Egg hunt for the children at 3 sister. Miss Elizabeth Terry, Thirst"Worship. The chancel choir of the night. parents, :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. both of Jacksonville; : rs.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
which will be followedby services began at lola Redding Lawtey and
p.m. Sunday afternoon.Mr. Monday: Girls Ensemble, First United Methodist of Marietta Robertson Sunday afternoon. ;
a covered dish supper for Pine Grove Church near Thomasson Other were Elder Louie Mrs. Juanita Wells, Wilson
and Mrs. Les McClellan 6:35: ; Youth "A" Choir 6:55: ; Church will present the visited their brotherinlawand guests
the church. spent Sunday with their Youth "B" Choir 8:05.: Raiford Wednesday at 7:30: cantata "No Greater Love," sister, Mr. and Mrs. Doc Crawford and Mr. White also N. C. ; four brothers John A.

Sunday morning during brother-in-law and sister Mr. Tuesday: Junion Choir, 3:30: p.m. and will end with by John W. Peterson at the 11 Mosley on Sunday.Mr. of Jacksonville Sunday Andrews and W. Andrews,
worship hour the church choir and :Mrs. Wm. Pringle, and Homecoming on Easter a.m. Easter Sunday service. evening. both of Starke; A. J. Andre..s.Gainesville ,
and Mrs. Bert White of
will present an Easter Can nephew and nice Mr. and p.m.Wednesday : Acteens, 5 Sunday. Dinner will be servedon Soloists will be J. W. Ritch, Rainbow Springs spent last Mrs. Elsie Norman and ; and Paul P.

tata. :Mrs. Birchfield Miller and p.m.; Family Night Supper, 6 the grounds, and everyoneis Dolores Boyce Nancy and week with their cousins. Mr. grandsons. Kenneth and Andrews St. Petersburg.

daughter :Marlyn. of Sanford. p.m.; Hour of Power and R. welcome. Edward Pfeister, George and Mrs. Jim White. Kevin and her uncle Walter Funeral services were heldat !
PERSONALSMr. : Mrs. Tom Casey and her A., 6:30: ; Teachers and Of- The business meeting to Loper, John and Verna Sch- Mrs. Vernard Hughes of Starling met her mother. 2 p.m. Sunday in Christ
and Mrs. Jim Petersonof mother Mrs. Fred Moore ficers :Meeting 7:15: ; Church elect officers for Pine Grove midt. Rev. George L. Harperwill Green Cove visited Mrs Lissie Starling, her Sanctified Holy Campground
Springs
Starke and Leroy Lovett of will be held after and Church at Ga., with
visited her daughter. Mrs. Choir Practice 8 o'clock. Cemetery give the narration. her sister Mrs. Jack Kuhne. aunts, Mrs. Polly Ward Perry
Jacksonville were guests of Seeb Andrews Tuesday nightin Thursday: Visitation. 9:30: ; the morning services about Mrs. Alicia Steffa, choir and John on WednesdayWhile Mrs. Julia Nolle at the homeof interment in the church

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon Memorial Hospital, Ocala. World Friends, Music 11:30: and a donation will be director, will direct, and Mrs.L. there they visited their her aunt !Mrs. Lillie Boree. cemetery Thomason Funeral

Sunday.Mrs. :Mrs. Andrews had surgery on Makers. 3:15: ; Mission taken up for the upkeep of the J. Green, church organist, stepfather and mother. Mr of Middleburg, for a family Home of West Columbia was
Horace Cox of Waldo Wednesday On Sunday her Friends, Pre-School Music, cemetery. Anyone who wantsto will be the accompanist. dinner and get-together on in charge of arrangements.
brought her mother Mrs. P. donate and cannot be
parents !Mr. and Mrs. Fred 4:05 Visitation 7
L. Dinkins home Tuesday and : p.m.; p.m. is asked to mail
Moore visited her there. Ben P. Bryant Pastor. present your
donation ot :Mrs. Cora Griffis, Madison/ Street
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The Greatest t payable to Pine Grove &

Cemetery. Sunday, April 14:

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Lawtey, Fla. Off Hiway 301 -7 Mi. North Of Starke Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Tuesday: Bible Study, 10
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Jimmy Martin-Sunny Mt. Boys The Lewis Family Chubby Session, Keystone Motel, Denton Sumrall, pastor. makes !
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven i Palatka South Wins Bradford


April ", 1974 TELEGRAPH Page 13



Union Baseballers Beat High Invitational Track Meet .



Palatka South, for the of 3:33.4: five seconds back of third in the 120 high hurdles in The weightman's relay, not time ot 53.4.
Interlachen 8-O 9-6 fourth year in a row, took first Ocala Vanguard's winning 16.1. "Larry had a bad day," usually run at meets, was held To Qualify for the unusual
place at the Seventh Annual 3:28.5.: stated Coach Howard. at the Bradford meet and test all four performers on a
Bradford High Invitational Larry Sherman made a fine "Normally he would've won Ocala Vanguard took first squad must heave the shot at
Track Meet in Starke last individual showing taking the 330 hurdles but that 41 flat place with a time of 51.8 least 38 feet and the discus 110
Union High baseballers tirst inning. Then in the on another fielder's choice by Friday, and Bradford took second place in the 330 intermediate Vanguard's Jackson won with seconds in the 440 stretch.Palatka feet. After qualifying their
played Interlachen twice last second the Rams scored Fred Clemmons. Whitehead fourth place for the second hurdles in 41.5 and was good." took second with at work isn't over. They still
week and won both, the first 8- another run. They scored one Hamilton, Tim in a row. must carry the 12 pound shot
0 last Friday in Lake Butler run in each of the last two and White each scored a run year with
South took the meet a and pass it as a baton in the
for Union to
in the fifth inning
then 9-6 Tuesday in Inter- ,innings.
dominating 118 1-2 points over relay race.
Dwight Griffis led off for put the Tigers in front 7-4 in
lac hen.
second place Ocala Vanguard "It's about time the
Union the first with the top of the fifth inning. In
Now the Union nine stands in inning a Park "
with 99 points. Orange tveightmen got some glory,
with an even 11-11 record and double, moved to third on a the seventh inning McGill and took third place with 44 1-2 said Coach Howard.
fielders choice and scored White each scored a run to end "They
on
Suwannee Con
is leading the points and BUS followed with never get much normally.
ference with a 7-0 loop mark. a grounder by Terry Hamil the Union scoring at nine. 32, Eastside with 27, North Team results Palatka
, Thursday night the Tigers
Union blanked Interlachen ton.Union Marion with 21, Ocala Forest South 1181-2; Ocala Vanguard
travel to Santa Fe to play at
scored in the
! last Friday with the eight runs again Buchholz
Gainesville with 18 1-2 points, 99; Orange Park 44 1-2; BHS
I from five hits while commit; third inning when Griffis 7:30: p.m. to go to with 16 1-2, Hawthorne 15 1-2, 32; Eastside 27; North Marion
with P. K. at
to meet Yonge
! ting only two errors. reached on an error, then the will Clay High 11. Baker High 110, 21. Ocala Forest 18 1-2,
Bill Calne was the leading went to third on a base hit by noon. Tuesday Tigers
I Gainesville High 2 1-2 and St. Buchholz 16 1-2; Hawthorne 15
Bill Caine. Caine stole second to Green Cove at 4 p.m.
go
hitter and the winner pitcher.He Augustine with one point. 1-2; Clay High 11; Baker 10,
of three in the
scored Caine hit two
and he and Griffis
hit two of four and pitched on a
started Gainesville
out
while McGill "The day pretty High 2 1-2; and St.
two innings. Dwight Griffis base hi! by Jack McGill. Tuesday game bad because of rain and Iwasn't Augustine 1.Individual.
Jerry White singled in the hit a good three of four. Jerry
I three innings
perfect to
pitched sure we were going placings by
fourth inning, went to second White hit one of three for the
in the game. run. Then the sun came out runners and their schools and
Union scored four runs in on an error, moved to third on night. White scored three runs and everything was fine," times are:
the third inning, one if the a fielder's choice, and scored in the game. says Head Bradford Track 410 Relay 1)) OV 44.4 ,

fifth, two in the sixth and one Coach Grover Howard. seconds; 2)) PS 45.2; 3)Tie-OP) !
in the seventh to blank Inter There were three and Buch. 45.4; 5)) Eastside
lachen. Girls End 1O-5 possibilities for the most 46.2; 6)) BHS 46.4.
Freshman Bill Hemme, outstanding trophy, according 120 High Hurdles 1)) Me-
now with a 2-0 pitching record, to Howard: Lorenzo Dennegal Call, OF 15.4; 2)) King, PS
was the winning pitcher in the from Palatka South who won 15.8; 3))Sherman, BHS 16.1; 4))
Tuesday game. He gave up Year With Win the mile and two mile runs, Alexander, PS 16.6; 5))
five hits while striking out Dennis Jackson from Ocala Williams, PS 16.6; 6)) Bell,
four batters and walking five. Vanguard who won the Intermediate BHS 19.4.
"This was his worse day After ending their regular District. hurdles and ran a 100 Yard Dash 1)) Lofton,
pitching," says Tiger season with a 6-1 win over The boys team will also be leg of the winning mile relay OV 10.1; 2)) Stokes, Baker
Baseball Coach Terry Green Cove last Friday the going to sub-district Wed team and Scott Pendley of 10.2; 3)) Woods, OV 10.3; 4))
Stroemer of Hemme. "He Bradford High Girls Tennis nesday and Thursday. The Eastside,who won the trophy, Oliver, PS 10.5; 5)) McKmght,
usually doesn't walk Team will go to Sub-District boys finished their season last who won the shot put and East 10.6; 6)) Howes OF 11.2.
anybody." competition Wednesday and week. "There is too mucll broke the meet record in 2 Mile Relay) BHS 8:39: ;
Interlachen took an early Thursday in Jacksonville. competition for them to do discus throwing. 2)) PS 8:53.4: ; 3)) OF 9:09.5: ; 4))
lead scoring three runs in the Sub-District consists of 20 well," states Coach Howard. The Ram strongman tossed Hawthorne 9:20.2: ; 5) OV
teams from East of the discus 16010 feet and 9:22.8: ; 6)) OP 10:06.:
Winners in the singles
Tallahassee to Jacksonville shoved the shot 50'6 feet to :Mile Run 1)) Dennegal PS
and there is team competition against Green- Cove were: lead Eastside to its fifth place 4:34: ; 2) Datson PS 4:37.2: ;
Jockel 8-5, Debbie
and individual placing. Jennifer 3)) McMahon, Clay 4:436: ; 4))
"What to meet Mitchel 8-1, Lynn Pierce 8-4, spot.Bradford
we are going made a very White OP 4:344: ; 5)) Tie-
in Jacksonville should be and Ruth Hazen by forfeit. strong showing in the two mile Nichols, OP and Dugger, 1111
McMillan lost her
interesting because most of Hjalmar relay taking first place with a 4:45.:
match 8-7. Jockel and
the teams are from 4A singels time of 8:39: minutes. The MHO( ({play 1)) OV 1:31.4: ; 2))
in doubles 8-4 while
schools, but I'm really Hazen won team consisted of Paul PS 1'33.6; 3)) OP 1:33.7: ; 4))
Mitchell and McMillan won 8-
looking forward to a good Parsons, Mike Sherman, South the 12 shot Buch. 1:34.9: ; 5)) East. 1351.:
6. Two Palatka runners pass pound as a baton in the 410 Ufiglitnian's relaj
Tennis
tournament, says (j) Baker 1'37,
Patterson and Mark
Invitational last
Larry Bradford
Coach Melba Howard. "We are just a little during the Friday.
The top one and two teams stronger than Green Cove," Hodges. (See Page 14)
in each of the seven divisions Mrs. Howard states. Mike Sherman, George -
will go to District then the top The girls ended the regular Bennett, Joe Gordon and
,...... winner at District goes to season with a winning 10-5 Shelton Hodge combined to
state. The best team at sub- record while the boys ended take a third place spot in the Motors
"You'll like your roommate. district will playas a team at with a losing 5-10 record. mile relay for BUS with a time Terwilleraar
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I Senior Terry Hayes i BHS Nine Drops Two Wins One

last
... 0 8 k win Wednesdav

Named To All-Star TeamSenior My, a?s Bradford High baseballerslost South will play in the Tor- "This is the first game that giving the Star Tornadoes Conference a win.20Iorlda :
two and won one last nadoes last regular season we just threw away and it ,
week, losing to Bolles 3-2 game. discouraged the kids," stated
Terry Hayes has this area were named to the Tuesday and St. Augustine 7-6 "The way we have been Hatcher.
been selected to play on the team. Gainesville High's Saturday after shutting out playing we are capable of the 301DRIVE
North Squad in the annual All. Melvin Flournoy, Bill Ryland Live Oak 2-0) last Wednesday.Now winning the last three," states BHS scored second first in inning
Star football game at the from Buchholz and David the Tornado Head BHS Baseball Coach game in the
Florida Field August 3. Forrester from Santa Fe baseballers stand with a 4-7 Harry Hatcher. If BUS does then scored four in the sixth IN
Hayes has been signed to High. season record and are 3-6 in this they will end with an even inning and one in the seventh -
Nichols the ,
was
play for the University of Hayes will be playing at the the Florida Star Conference.BHS 7-7 record. Johnny I
Florida on a four year end position as he did for the has three games left in BHS kept the 14-5 Bolles leading hitter for BHS hittingtwo Fri Sat. :
scholarship valued at $25,000. Tornadoes as a two year '' the regular season. Friday team tied up into the ninth of three for the Tor- ,
Three other players from starter. I Orange Park visits Starke at 4 inning when Jerry Donavan nadoes. Five of the seven SA THE MAIM EVENT I f
Offensive Line Coach Kin p.m. then Tuesday Fer- scored the winning run runs were unearned. .'
.. Helton, from the university, nandina comes at 4 p.m. The Donavan was walked, stole Charlie Green was the
signed Hayes with the approval :" ': following Friday, Palatka second was sacrified to third, winning pitcher in the Live
NEWS\ ABOUT of the 6'4,200 pounder sparents and scored on a suicide I
Mr.and Mrs. Foster ;' 'J i iati squeeze for the winning run. ,
Hayes of Starke. .. South Wins... BHS scored one run in the r rA1MIM
Hayes was out with a broken second inning when Jeremiah FLORIDATHEATRE
SERVICE MEN hand part of last season and (From Page 13)) Johnson singled and Johnny

played in only two Florida 440 Yard Dash 1)) Baker, Nichols followed with a tripleto
Star Conference games, but NM 51.2; 2)) Gay OP 52; 3)) score Johnson. e
Coast Guard ElectriciansMate still was elected by the .'w '+w Jefferson, OF and Hill, Buch. BHS scored its second run in
3rd Class Charles E. Coaches as all-conference on + n :52.5; 5)) Rust, OP 52.9; 6) the third inning when Wise
Williams, son of Mrs. Ethel B. defense. Hayes broke his hand Stone, HH 53.0. was walked, Matt Hull M
Bargareon and husband of the during the St. Augustine game Larry Sherman leaps hurdles on his way to second place In 440 WM Relay1)) OV 51.8; sacrificed to put him on EDWARD ASNER- VERNE GAGNE
former Linda J. Mathis of and was out for four weeks. the 330 Intermediate hurdles last Friday at the Bradford In- 2) PS 53.4. second and Charlie Green's Fri.. Sat., Sun [PGJ COLOR evi

Starke, participated in the vitational. 330 Intermediate Hurdles single scored Wise.
recovery of a missing 1))) Jackson OV 41.0; 2)) "We played a real good Fri., Sat.
American fishing vessel, the Sherman,BHS 41.5; 3)) Ayers, game and we got seven hits Am01dscream
Maridor, off the coast of 1974 Big: Year For State Slate East. 2.5; 4) Morris, PS 43.8; which is not too bad for us,"

Yorktown, Va.Following ......, 5)) Jenkins, HH 44.9. stated Hatcher. !
an intensive four- Justices of the Florida scheduled for September 10 880 Run 1) Dennegal, PS Two of the Bolles' three
day search, the crew received Like 1974 all evennumberedyears will be Supreme Court (Groups 1 and and the second primary fallson 2:01.5: ; 2)) West, NM 2:03.1: ; 3)) runs were unearned, gainedon
word that a Russian merchant Florida a big 2)); and Judges of the District October 1. Democrats and Sapp, PS 2:04; 4) Smithers, Bradford mistakes.
ship had taken the Maridor in election year in Courts of Appeal (one in each Republicans will vote in Clay 2:05.5; 5) Parsons, BHS "We missed mare lays r
tow The Unimak ren- statewise- but an off year Appellate District). separate primaries along 2:06.2: ; 6)) Cruse GHS 2:06.6.: that we should have but ry
dezvoused with the Russian when it comes to county races. On the County level there party lines, except in the case Sprint Medley Relay 1)) over all I'm pleased with our cotoa_ ,_ M wMMnMY P 0
vessel. The coast guard ship On the state level, electors will be slim pickings for those of judgeship races, which are OV 2:00.5: ; 2) PS 2:03.1: ; 3)) club and we think they were
fall for
communicated to the will be voting next a with now non-partisan. glad to get out of the game :3
directly Governor Lieutenant- aspiring to public office, NM 2:03.8: ; 4)) Buch. 2:05.4: ; 5)) Sun. .Mon.
Russian ship and provided the only two places on the County Every registered voter, BHS 2:07.6: ; 6) HH 2:11.2.: winners. ,
Maridor with fooa and sup- Governor U. S. Senator, Commission, and three on the regardless of party affiliation, 220 Yard Dash 1)) JOnes, '"We Just blew the game, we
plies at the same time, and Representative in Congress, School Board to be filled. can vote for the party OV 22.8; 2)) Flowers, OP 22.8; had it in the bag and we .tJUIVAIVH1 IV
recovered the crew, ship, and Secretary of State, Attorney Commissioners with expiring nominees in the General 3) Stokes, Baker, 23.2; 4) choked," said Coach Hatcherof STELA ROCD'f
its cargo. Treasurer General, ,Comptroller Commissioner, State of terms are George W. Election which will be held McRae.OV 23.3; 5) McKnight, Saturday's 7-6 loss to St. STEVENS McDOWUi HiesDOoKwho ( I I II II
After completing recoveryof of Roberts,District 2; and Eddie November 5. East. 24.0; 6)) Wells, SA 24.7. Augustine. -
the Maridor, the Unimak Agriculture Commissioner Allen, District 4. Anyone tan register to vote Two Mile Run 1)) Datson, Tommy Wise was the losing
was directed to investigate a Education, two Com- School Board members who who is an American citizen, pitcher for Bradford allowingseven e satbythe
PS 10:01.6: 2) Duggers, HH
large concentration of foreign missioners(Groups 1 and 2)) of must run for re-election in has lived in Florida for at 10:04.1: ; 3)); McMahon, Clay hits, striking out five I
fishing vessels off the New the Florida Public Service 1974 are: Blaine Thompson, least 20 days, is 18 years or 10:18.1: ; 4) S. Deputy, PS and walking five. A 8CP Produc'ion' ,...Cow
Jersey coast. The Bulgarian Commission, State Senatorsin District 1; H. A. Lawson, older on the day of the election 10:18.7: ; 5)) T. Deputy, PS BHS led in the game 6-3 in froe-' G.....w...... I :
numbered districts) "
trawler, Limoza, caught ( even District 2; and Seeber D. and who has not lost his 10:38.6 6)) Tullbert East. the bottom of the seventh
within U. S. waters, was and members of the House of Goodman, District S. or her civil rights because of 10:52.: inning then the SA team
boarded by Unimak crew Representatives.Judicial Of- Also to be elected are State conviction of a felony. Mile Relay.l)) OV 3:28.5; 2)) rallied, scoring four straightruns rirnPLUS I
members and escorted to Non-partisan and County Executive OP 329.8: ; 3)) BHS 3:33.4: ; 4)) to take the winning 7-6
Governors Island, N. Y. ficers to be elected are: two Committee Members, who Registration books are openin PS3:33.7: ; 5)) HH 3:37.1: ; 6)) OF score.
will be named in the Sep the office of the Supervisorof 3:39.2: "If we would have won this PLUS
tember 10 Primary Election. Elections in the courthousefive Field Events one we would have been an
KEYSTONE MELROSE The two State races sure to days each week, exceptfor High Jump-) Drawdy, OV even 55. Now we are going to "Guns Of The Richard Roundtree IN
attract the greatest attention 30 days prior to an election 6'2; 2) Murry PS 5'10; 3)) have to work hard to end witha 7"
are for Governor and U. S. when they are closed. During Jackson OV 5'8; 4) Woodard, decent record," stated Magnificent "Shafts Big Score"
Senate. the 30 days prior to the OP 5'8; 5)) Tio-Furgeson Coach Hatcher.
Business Directory Gov. Reubin Askew's term primaries those who wish to GHS, and Sanderson PS 5'8.
expires in 1975, but he is expected may still register to vote in the Shot Put Pendley) East. ............. ..... <
to seek a second four- general election. 50'63-42); ) Floyd,OP 47'11; 3)
FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE year term, which he is per Persons who become 18 Johnson, OV 47'6 1-2; 4))
mitted to do under the revised years of age this year and Alexander, PS 46'4 1-2; 5)) 1.
SUPPLIES GARDEN 1969 Florida Constitution. wish to register to vote for the Willis, OV 43'8 1-4; 6)) Butts, !
The Senate seat now held by first time should bring along a PS 43'4 1.2.Discus BIG VIDJPSBIG i
Republican Ed Gurney is also birth certificate or driver's 1)) Pendley, East. ?
Slim's f/ HARDWARE at stake in 1974 and is being license, or some other legal 160'10; 2)) Hathy, PS 139'5; 3)) .
vsllfge eagerly eyed by several proof of age. Jungenberg, PS 130'7; 4)) a
AND Democrat and Republican In addition to a Governorand Pay NM 126'6; 5)) Miller, OV : T :
Fish-'N'-Stuff GARDEN CENTER hopefuls who consider Gurney a U. S. Senator, Florida 125 6; 6)) Hayes BHS 124'9. S
Live Bait fair game due to recent voters will elect a Lieutenant Saturday, April 20, Starke I
Crickets. A complete line of IIdw. criticism and investigation of Governor from among can will host the Florida Star '
Minnows rs-Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS his campaign fund activities. didates for the office who are Conference Track meet at the ; i
Plumbing 1&Electrical Supp. The first primary is selected by and run in tandem Bradford High Track. BEN lr i 7"W
TACKLE-RODS.REELS Gro-Tone Fertilizers with the gubernatorial can
FISIIISG 1&HUNTING Insecticides didates. Thus when voters i
mark their ballot for .
Lumber Building Materials
LlCENSES-A\I\IUNITION: : Cost
Living MOBiLE HOME SALES,
Governor vote .
ICE hwy.21 N.200 yds From light they actually .
Keystone Heights 473-3663 for a team, including 12x60 '
Keystone IIgts. 473-4357 Lieutenant-Governor. Tom Below ParThe S
-tAsk Adams is present Lieutenant CHAMPION .
CONTRACTORSBell Governor, but Askew has cost of living in .. FK.KIT. 2 BR. .
announced he will not be his Bradford County is well below 3 ,. AIR .
Electric Co. Triangle "R"Enterprise r running mate in 1974; the Florida average, ac- CHOOSEro..FR ON CONDITIONIN LARGEST i
therefore, Adams is eyeing his cording to figures released in 6.75 CF1A1 old office of of INSTALLED t
Secretary .
Inc. a new state survey. IN ANYHOMES DEALER IN wo
JamesW. Bell.Owner '. State. With the state average set at S
GENERAL CONTRACTORS Charley [ '. "' a base figure of 100, Brad- /VWI TON ALACHUA CO. .
Commercial Licensed-Insured [ ford's average was 93, as j 5320 N.W. 13th ST 495.00 70 HOMES ..

Residential Featuring E \ CCC l !]4 3ECLE compared with 97 in Alachua 3771650GAINESVILLE. IN STOCK .
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Electrical Fixtures Dade County was rated the FLA. .
Keystone Hgts 473-360Z 473-2110 473-3542 JohnaAbout Iii aio4PRESENTS most expensive area in whichto .
St.Rd.21 N.P.O. .
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No.773RRMnDn 24x60
Box 1157 Collier County rated 106.20, 1973 HOMETTE12.G3S00 12x60I :

This Question and Monroe was 105.37. BEDROOM FRONT AND REAR. 1 3 .
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Several small West Florida ATMS, CARPET THROUGHOUT. EVE .
FURNISHED AND TOTAL
U LJ:000CLE( ( ( )
AUTO SERVICE "A careless act can cause counties were among the : ELECTRIC. BUY AT 172: PRICES IS LEVEL RANGE, 14' DOUBLE DOOR :
lowest in the state REFRIGERATOR.
: Jefferson COMPLETELY
YEARS TO PAY.
another person to lose his U nl J] Madison, Hardee and FURNISHED. DELIVERY AND SETUP .
KEYSTONE sight..his masculinity..and Franklin 90; Gulf and .. .
Rubber Stamps result in a law suit for FOR THE FIRST TIME Liberty, 89; Gadsden and ..

AUTO SERVICE $100,000 or more. The COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST Walton, 88; Hamilton,
I usual $10,000 personal Lafayette, Jackson and : NO.B474 CHRMPION fZxGO No.68320 CHRMPION Z
6 Week Holmes, 87; Washington, 86; :
Front End Alignment liability policy is no longer Nights and Calhoun 85. 1 BKOHQOM CARPET, Z DOOR 14 FTREFRIGERATOR. 65x12
Speed Wheel Balancing adequate. Can the Charley Fwturlnt Q mil Artist: The Florida Legislature DELUXE DINETTE :3 BEDROOMS: BATHS. LARGE BAR
Air El Johns Agency increasemy Linda Amerson ordered the survey and has .. AND ALL THE STANDARD WITH BAR STOOLS. RAISED ROOF,
Service
Conditioning Tel FEATURES OF CHAMPION:
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Brake ServiceLubricationOil Fri.and Sat. Night school funds.Mwfwvar .
Liability to '
Only $.00 Cover Chart 58BGa
$100,000..even $1,000,000for From 9 PM-2: AM .
Change JOHNSON AUTO just a few dollars
more :
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premium J
Tune l'p General Repairing- at Bobby's : No. 7940 MEADOW BROOK

Engines Rebuilt Charley E. 24x49J 2 BEDROOM. CARPET. LEATHERLIKE
Goodyear Tires :
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Minor Machine Shop Work I FURNITURE. DELIVERY AND
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BUTLER Union The motion put forward by he was resigning' as of April In other action the Board
County Commissioners voted Woodington Tuesday was 17. approved the purchase of a
unanimously in favor of a approved for the sale of the $150 "scoop stretcher" for
motion by Commissioner D. full 500( acres to the highest In an open letter to the Union Ambulance Service and
E. "Skip'Woodington to sell bidder with the proviso that public appearing in last will request a county license
as surplus property the 500 the recipients from sale of the week's edition of the Union plate for ambulances
acres adjacent to Florida land be used for relievingsome County Times Lewis com- operated by the service for the Union Sends 4 To ConferenceFEA
State Prison's Reception and of the pressure of Indebtedness mented on both Nichol's resignation coming year.
Medical Center (UMC) off the county has and the concern felt Set aside $8,000 from the
SR231. incurred through its supportof by the Board of Trustees for $44,800 budget for emergency LAKE BUTLER Four Florida, although other teams exchanging both knowledge lead them in some of the more
Union General Hospital.W. the continued operation of the health care under the Eight Union County High School( from as far south as Ft. Myerson gained and ideas arising from enjoyable activities relating
Woodington's motion B. Lewis, chairman of hospital by writing, "....we County EMC Project, for students were selected from the West coast and Ft. their own studies" to their environmental
received a fast second by the Hospital Board of know from our own exper- payment of emergency room three of the school's science Lauderdale on the East coast Students ended the sessionby studies. These same studentswill
Commissioner Paul M. Trustees, was also present at ience, that it is very disheart- physicians at Union General classes taught by Mrs Marie had teams entered in the con taking other teams to their also be involved in a
Riherd who has in the past the April meeting and called ening to work hard and feel Hospital from now until the Woodley( ) to participate in the ference. Union's team was own "ESA" or environmentalstudy teaching program being
tried to gain approval for sale for the commission to includea that the community is not with end of the current fiscal year. first Florida Wide Students selected from the 17 county area and explaining how developed for the Lake Buller
of the property and at one straw ballot in the next you. Toward Environmental Parti- district by the Department of the surrounding native wood- Elementary School for this
time had an inquiry from a general election to see cipation (STEP) Conferenceheld Education for the State and, lands of the Bay area relatedto coining year and a conference
land developer for the parcelof whether or not the people of "We cannot expect to recently at Camp Weed, according to David La Hurt, each of them. scheduled next fall for
land. The commission at Union County really wanted a operate the hospital success- St. Theresa's Beach just southof conference co-ordinator and selected students and
that time could not come to an hosiptal in the county or not. fully without more support Tallahassee. author of many articles on Janet! Brannen. Kathy Car teachers of Union County as
agreement as'to how the land The hospital is faced once from out local people. Mrs. Woodley attending the environmental studies. roll Marie Davis, and well as Alachua, Bradford,
should be sold, whether to again with the prospects of "We hope that before too affair as sponsor for her !Melanie Read, attending with and Baker Counties.
divide it into small parcelsand having to hire an administrator late more people will come to No wonder they never got students, found that the Union "...represent a select groupof Mrs Woodley. will teach
offer it to Union County after the recent announce Union General Hospital and anywhere) In the dark ages, County team was the only one environmental activist and
residents or sell it as a lump ment of the current Adminis- our local physicians for their the study of geography was participating out of a 17 will be leaders of similar other student In the Union
sum. trator James II. Nichols that medical care." forbidden) county area in Northeasti programs in their own areas. schools this coining week and

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T ; BUTLER Union
County's School Board will
1 This group of seven students took first places in the senior meet April 23, in special
div lsioo at the Regional Science Fair in Luke City session for a second time this
month, over charges filed by
School Superintendent James
Cason against a principal and
the band director.
During the regular monthly
meeting of the Board held
a Tuesday night members of the

v I .cifh Board voted unanimously to
I' ;!t give Principal Bruce Clarke
x and Bandmaster Richard Rue
public hearings they have
requested in registered lettersto
the Board alter they were
officially notified this past
week of the Board's decisionto
hear a presentation of the
charges against them from
Cason.
Union students that first in the
These
are High placed
Cason will be provided with
di ision the I Science Fair in Luke
junior > at Regional City
legal counsel at the Board'sexpense.
:, RT' .: : 'I; d4 m !d ,wIi Ww th'ee'l'ks ago. They are (l-r).; Trevor: ;M'uvslieyt, \ SiliaAcosta i This decision was
.. :Melanie lisle Marry Louise Tajlor, and Jose
made after the Board heard
from Board Attorney Wayne
Carroll that Rue intended to

.,.' w. 1 Acosta.Cuss'n be represented by an attorneyat
.>- .1 I. _. Discuss the hearing."I .
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"'. am the Board's attorney
.
.. .... ,,{i'W"1 i ;:-\I\'t.f'. \ and do not represent Mr\
<' ;: ,. ) 4I by A, l c.\rinoml "
:} 0'" ;o. ; : Cason, Carroll said and/
.I'r.. .}. I,: therefore I I eel Ihe
'I" : +.: ,- could get a doctor to to
conic
'\ 9 : .) ., .' Alas' Hippocrates and proceedings might be more
',' : :-
MA the hen he neededat
hospital
is
--, : ,,'. r FlorenceIghtlngale.:'; equitable if Mr. Cason were
;!j ;;" r wherefore art thou? And if weekend. Gee. I wonder represented by counsel of his
if things like that might be "
you're out our way how about own choosing
Photo by A. DeArmond stopping at Union General! why people are reluctant to /go ('a on said that he did not
graceful loveliness of a ballerina as she pirouhets across a polished floor captivated ;More people than just the to L'nion General in the first know who he could get to
audience and photographers alike during the recent Mini-Arts Festival held in the Lakeside Board of Trustees are wondering place"" represent his case before the
Community Cenlerand sponsored by the hake Butler Woman's nub and Santa Fe Community exactly what is happening hoard but that he tell he could
'ollege of Gainesville.The Gainesville Civic Ballet troupe brought both the tmditional and the at Union General? :Now; I have made friendsw have counsel ready by the
more modern art forms oC'Jan" Ballet to a delighted crowd of children and adults. They have more turnover thana ith all (the Board of Trustees. time of the hearings to be heldon
deep furrow plow. Out of the Jim :Nichols; resident April 23rd.Neither .
staff that originally started physicians and the director of : ; Rue nor Clarke
with the hospital when it nurses. Seriously, the community were present at the meeting
Labeled opened only two nurses are has a hospital, there is held Tuesday night, which
left from the original group. no real need for a straw ballot also saw Board Member
They are contemplating their to determine if the people Morris Dobbs absent.
4l eighth administrator. want one. It's already here! Cason's expenditure of
vd; Perhaps it is time that the Board funds for counsel was
'Union hospital and the Board of It is time that someone tooka approved after a motion by
By Supt. Trustees stopped worrying long look at Union General, Hay Powell and a second by
about pleasing all the peopleall its internal workings,and then Tommy !Mobley with only
the time and concentrate made the changes necessaryto Donald Cukes opposing the
u'x IMF" r w4Lq their efforts to operating a prevent people asking issue.
James CasonLAKE hospital efficiently. My own quest ions like"do w e need the
past experience in the field hospital?" You're darn rightwe
has shown that a unit that is need it! Ask some of the '
well organized and run doesn't emergency cases that have n
BUTLER School delegates can't vote the have to have straw ballots to been treated there, even if A
Superintendent James Cason merger between the AFT and decide if it's really wanted. they may have been taken to
called the Florida Education AF of L-CIO while attendingthe The service it puts out to the other more specialized cen- Holed
Association a labor union meeting in Miami. public leaves no room for such ters later the stop at UGH has
after the fact contemplations. saved more than one life. The
during the
regularly by Noreen Ash
scheduled meeting of the "Teachers spend their days hospital has given birth to
Union County School Board and evenings at the conven- Perhaps we could start with numerous new lives and
held Tuesday night and drew tion in meetings, professional the $8.000 set aside last week renewed a number of old ones. !Mrs Johnnie O. Goodmanof
fire from the FEA's local meetings that concern them- by the Board of County Lake Butler had a weekend
President Mark Dubois. selves with problems encount- Commissioners for staffingthe Union General is just like guest. !Mrs. Tammy Browningof
; ered in the classroom. Other emergency room at any other organization, it Bell.
: counties in the state also allow weekends only, with naval takes time to work out the Mr. and Mrs. James H.
The exchange of words their teachers to attend and physicians from now until the bugs the guestion at this point Cason, III were visited over
ai I between the two came when pay them for doing so because end of the fiscal year, June 30. is, "When do we call out the the weekend by Mr. and Mrs.
w Cason asked the Board what they feel their schools derive exterminator and isn't it K. S. Gaubatz of Sarasota.
their policy was going to be benefit by the teachers atten- Why? Why? Why are naval about time right now?"
'. with respect to leave of absence dance, so our requests are not physicians required at all LAST WEEK
requests for teachers to out of the ordinary or in the when the county has three Frustrating as it may be,
That's Union County's Clerk Robert Drlggers eating his ice cream and receiving his free T- attend the FEA Convention least unusual," Dubois said. physicians all resident in Lake when you visit the hospital,
shirt from Miss Karen Beach of Santa Ke Community College in Gainesville "Bob" won the being held in Miami later this Butler and two of the three are and I recommend that anyone Mr. and Mrs. Frank P.
shirt as a door prize during recent Mini-Arts Festival. Photo by A. DeArmond year. Cason laughed and said "1 here on a guaranteed salary who needs medical care go Morgan of Lake Butler are
am glad to hear that I thoughtit basis???? Why when the there first before trying to get proud to announce the birth ofa
"I have requests from seven was just going to be a labor salary guarantees made by into other centers, if things son born April 2nd at 2:10:
I/.) t nst __ __ __ teachers for leave with pay to meeting." the Board to two of these aren't to your satisfaction Union General
oreen A loJ CI aaaDCaaagaaaaaac aaacaacaacaaaao attend the convention and Dubois replied with "I 1 doctors amount to $64,000 per make your complaints knownto Hospital. Baby Boy Morgan
while in the past the FEA was don't think the FEA is year why does the Board of the Board of Trustees.To weighed 6 Ibs. 13 ozs.
Mr. Rev. and M C.
and Mrs Thomas rs F. Dur- considered a professional or- Commissioners
.1.! by Noreen Ash, anymore a labor union than County get
Lake Butler Correspondent Rymer of Lake Butler were ranee of Lake Butler travelled ganization it has become the AMA (American Medical called upon to "set aside" my knowledge the Mr and Mrs. Bobby R.
.', Phone 496-3263 visited last week by Mrs. Friday to Orlando to the nothing more than a labor Association) or the Bar (Bar $8,000just in case it's needed? trustees area dedicated group Bennett of Lake Butler are
Rymer's family from Florida Baptist Preachers union. While teachers used to Association.)" It is standard procedure in all pf people who really care and happy to announce the birth of
Daytona Mr. and Mrs. F. E. meeting. They stayed the go there and attend meetingsto hospitals across the country spend a lot of time and worry Barbara Ann weighing 9 Ibs.
Blinkhorn and son Blair and night in Plant City at the homeof better themselves I think The meeting room in the that if a physician has staff over the organization. This is 13'a' ozs. Barbara arrived
Mrs. Ruth Hails. Mr.: and Mrs. A, L. Meares. that the Board should be courthouse was filled to the privileges he accepts his fair to my knowledge, their first go March 27 at 11:37: p.m.
Mrs. Eula Conner left Mr and Mrs. James Griffisof Mrs. Buren Dunavant tra aware that they will go there brim with teachers and share of emergency room call at being Trustees for a
Saturday for St. Augustine Lake Butler had their velled last week to Crescent this year to vote on whether or members of the public stand- duty and that includes a hospital and 1 personally feel Don M. Hale of Lake Butler,
after a two week visit with Mr. daughters over Sunday City, Calif. to her daughter's not the American Federationof ing and sitting on the floor, certain number of weekends! that while they take the bruntof agency manager of the Union
and Mrs. J. J. Edenfield of evening, Mrs. Betty Canney wedding. Gwendolyn was wedto Teachers (AFT) should join spilling out into the hallway. just about everything that Bradford, and Baker County
Lake Butler. Mrs. Jannette Mann and Mrs. Robert Norczyk.Mr. the Farm Bureaus donated his
AF of L and CIO Cason said after the happens at the hospital, they
Alta Mae Williams, all of and Mrs. Homer F. Board Member Tommy meeting, "You know that Of course, rumor has it the do care. I also feel that once time Saturday afternoon to
Mr. and Mrs.J.J. Edenfield Macclenny. Hart had Mr. and Mrs. Abe Mobley asked Cason what most of these teachers are reason that the naval doctorsare they find ( the insider ) who is cooking chicken plleau with
traveled Sat. to St. Luke's Among the many guests Mr. Travass of Jacksonville and they had done about the con- from Gainesville and the only needed is because one of creating a good many of their ingredients donated by
Hospital in Jacksonville to and Mrs. J. T Fillyaw of Lake Mrs. Laura Gregory: of Talla- vention last year and was way they got them to stay over the three local doctors won't problems and see they must citizens of the community.The .
visit Mrs. Leeta Edenfield. Butler had last week were hassee for weekend guests.Mr. informed that the Board had for this meeting was to have a pull weekend duties. I wonderif make a change they will. Justas money Mr. Hale raised
Mr. and Mrs. Seabie Rucker Mrs. Mary Broxton of Pensa- and Mrs. Kenneth R. allowed six teachers to attend chicken feed for them down at it's the same one that I am sure they will see the feeding the 600 people eating
and daughter Paula of Orange cola, Mrs. Opal Smedley of Willits of Lake Butler meetings, with pay, for two the park this afternoon. screams when his check Is $64,000 question I have asked, the delicious meal, some $900.
Park were guests of Mr. and Augusta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. travelled Saturday and days in Jacksonville. Dubois was not available for late coming in from the answered without an" $8,000 will be donated to the Rolling
Mrs. J. J. Eden E. L. Clark of Moultrie, Ga. Sunday with Mrs. Willits' Recognized by Chairman comment on Cason's remarks Board? 1 know house calls area reply from the County being Green School of Alachua
field of Lake Butler Sunday and Mrs. Gloria Marshal of family to Disney World. They Ray Crawford from the floor concerning the teachers' thing of the past, but for necessary. Think about it, I'll County for school im-
for lunch. California also did some camping out. Mark Dubois said that the appearance at the meeting. $64,000 a year it looks like you see you next week. provement.




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Page 16 TELEGRAPH April II, 1971Resurfacing


. : Temple Ave. A Waste Unless Leaky Lines Are RepairedLeaking Microwaves Mi

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sewer or water agreed, and Chairman Ralph have been submitted.The vironmental Protection hoped-for federal grant, thus pletion. to ask for bids on (8,500 of Be Danger To
lines under Temple Avenue Bryan stated that he and city also plans to go Agency (EPA), but the grant making the total money -Was requested to begin furniture for the health
(US-3ol) In Starke should be Commissioner George through with extending sewer will require and be based upon package smaller.In funding Neighborhood Service department building now PacemakersMicrowave
repaired or replaced before Roberts will appear at a city and water lines to the Reno matching funds from the city. other action Monday, the Centers for children, the being renovated. The requestwas
the state Department of commission meeting in the area and the Dalewood Therefore, every dollar the county commission: disabled, elderly, and poor. made by Dr. Robert ovens may I
Transportation resurfaces the near future to explain the Subdivision west on SR-16. city has left to match with the -Heard a presentationfrom CUBB Economic Agency has hazardous to persons wt
4-laned road through the city problem.The The two will be bid togetherfor Federal grant, the larger the the architectural firm of been funding and ad- Gillespie. have pacemaker heart in
sometime after July, DOT City of Starke has a total project of some total package will be. Tucker Moore, May and Harrington ministering the NSC's through -Agreed for the Mosquito plants according to a repot
District EngineerWater authorized the sale of $1.8 $100,000 according to Mayor- said he hopes to come out in which has purchased the federal grants but the Officeof Unit to set hours to Just received by the Divisic
Skinner told the county million in revenue cer- Commissioner Neil Tucker. one to three years with one architectural firm of the late Economic Opportunity is close the Santa Fe land fill, off of Consumer Services Florid
commission Monday. tificates,and has actually sold That leaves the city with some million dollars to spend on Frank George of Palatka. being phased out by the Nixon SR-100 near Keystone Department of Agricultw
There is no point in putting a $1.2 million and has the money $300,000 available from bonds sewer and. water system Mrs. Frank George appearedwith Administration and CUBB Heights. and Consumer Services.
new top on Temple Avenue if already sold to be used on the projects.But three representativesfrom Economic Agency is being
it's just going to cave in. available, for sewer, water, sewer and water systems.But the mayor points out, if Moore May, and disbanded Kerrigan said. The * The report said that when
said. and electrical system ex Mayor Tucker pointsout the city spends $100,000 ]Harrington presented the board took the matter under the side of the pacemaker is within a she
Skinner of pansion. The new power plant that the city does not wantto repairing sewers under new firm to the board, and consideration with no com A HOUSE by really distance of an operatii
awful lot if
moneyto but
"It's and is you
an engine is costing $750,000 Temple Avenue now, it will road tine
The
that$300,000 yet. microwave it
spend said she would like to see the have a oven was foul
waste. perhaps will go as high as Federal have that much less to ment.Granted want to meet people
commissioners city has applied for a applyas master plan developed by her permission for cooler. that an erratic heartbeat w
Bradford the water
when all bills and fees desk near
$800,000 the En- matching funds for the
grant through husband carried to com- the county Health Department caused bv the microwave.
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I Co m m u vii itv News HAMPTON AREA NEWS By JoMphlne. FonUin* I


I By Elizabeth Givens Walker Last weekend my husbandand spent a few hours visiting Governor made his entranceand
f f DELLtIIAPTEROESDen : ADULT ., I went to Tallahassee for interesting places in the City, received a standing
Chapter 168, OES will Adult CLASSES attending the convention will Greater Bethlehem Mt. PJsgah AME Church the opening of the State of which there are many. And ovation. lie made a long
i hold its regular meeting begin Basic Classes will be Rev. Leroy Davis, Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. Rev. B. J. Franklin, pastor. Legislature. We stayed at the after a good night's rest we speech about many important
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the various Monday, April 15, in the Moderator; Mrs. Leroy Jasper Williams, pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Easter Hilton Hotel and after we had were up early so as to be in subjects of which you all
Masonic Hall on Brownlee St. adults centers. interested Davis, Mrs. Loueza Brown, Easter rehearsal will be held program, 2 p.m. refreshed ourselves called time to take our seats in the must read in the newspapers.
All members are urged to be are invited to attend. Mrs. Marie Thomas, and Mrs. tonight (Thursday). Prayer Rep. Frank Williams at his Gallery. And a good thing we
present. Plans must be made Corene McNeil. Band activity Friday night at office and he invited us over did because by 9:30: a.m. there RECREATION
for the Grand Session in New CHURCH NEWS Services begin with Sund- the home of Mrs. Rebecca Greater Allen Chapel AME and gave us the red carpet was only standing room and The Ceramics class of
Jacksonville April 1317. The Rev. Bethel Baptist Church day School at 9:30: Morning Allen. Junior Choir rehearsal Church, Rev. B. C. Williams, reception. He seemed hundreds of people waiting in Hampton was well
cooperation of everyone is Leroy Davis, pastor. Worship at 11. The Easter Friday night and Prayer pastor. Easter rehearsal genuinely glad to have the hallway. Both Gallerieswere represented at the Bradford
needed for success. Tuesday rehearsal night Choir No. 3 program will be held at 3 p.m. Band will meet at home of begins Monday and will someone from Bradford jammed.Our County Fair In the Adult
night at 7:30. Wednesday Communion Service, 6 p.m. Mrs. Inez Daniels. Sunday continue until Friday. Easter County. lie took us on a seats were facing the Education Booth.
SCHOOL NEWS Bible Prayer Class. Meeting and Ebenezer Baptist Church, School will begin services at Sunrise service will be held at complete tour of the podium, it was beautiful,
All students in Bradford Choir No. 2 will Friday night Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. 9:30.: Youth Day will be observed 5 a.m.Sunday. Sunday School legislature building and In- every Legislator's desk was DON'T FORGETHampton's
County will return to school Choir rehearse. Sunday School 9:45: con with the youth in 10 a.m. Morning service at 11. troduced us to several of the loaded with a myriad of Annual Easter
April IS, after an Ocala No. 2 will journey to cluding services for the day. charge at 11 a.m. Easter The Easter program will be Legislators and Senators. He flowers.It would be too long to Egg Hunt and Bake Sale will
Monday a Easter vacation. State Saturday to sing in the Regular services will be held program, 4 p.m., concluding held at 3 p.m. acquired reserved seats for us describe all the going-ons. Our be held at the new grade
Convention. Others Sunday, April 21. services for the day. in the Legislature gallery. We biggest thrill was when the school at 2 p.m., Saturday.
April 13. Come and bring the
children.

SAVE FlUE. fS AM NEIGHBORS
ALL wiry Out of town visitors were
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Ray, Mr
STORESCLOSED and Mrs. Don Page and
children, Michelle Tony and
Shane. All were from Ball

Ground, Ga.J. .
\Easter Sunday) L. Hall and his three
children were visitors this

___ APRIL 14 week of Mr. Hall's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn hall Theyare
___ from Atlanta Ga., and
will return home Friday.Mr. .
and Mrs. J. D. Adkins
attended Sears Spring
i Fashion Show in Jacksonvillelast
Thursday night. The Show
was sponsored by the Junior
class of Robert E. Lee High
School. The Adkins' granddaughter -
tiF
PRICES GOOD THURS. APR. 11 THRU Miss Beverly Jo
Wl ACCEPT eFEf pE04' Smith, was a model in the
Fashion Show; she is also a
WED. APR. 17 US. GOYTfOOO
member of the Junior Class.
HICKORY SMOKED MUD CURED QUARTER W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF STAMPS
Belated
birthday greetingsto
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF NY
Sliced Ham 98 CHUCK ROAST AVAIlAlit NOW OM i iIMPORTI Irving Meres, Jr., who was
LB FOOB* Strip Steaks 10 I"; : $998HICKORY 6 years old on March 27. Irving -

SMOKED MILD CURED CENTER USDA OR* *A* LB BBC MUD CURED W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TENDER received a bicycle for his

Roast Ham $109 QUICK IROZEN W-D BRAND Cubed Steaks 5 PKG.$9B9 birthday and also entertainedsome
. LB HICKORY SMOKED of his friends.

HICKORY SMOKED MUD CURED CENTER I BROAD BREASTEDTURKEYS I .
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE SENIOR CITIZENSThe
Sliced Ham. LB $119 1 | HAM I((6 IBS. AVG. -- CUT & WRAPPED FREE) 49 regular meeting of the
Tenderloins $2 Hampton Senior Citizens was
LB
USDA CHOICE BEEF held April 5. Get well wishes
Chuck Steak $1 l 9i TASTY (TWELVE 4.01. PATTIES) were sent to some who were
LB. BUTT PQRTIOWu 78c WHOLE i. 880
ill. The door prize was won
Beef Patties 3 $279
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE :BONELESS STEAKS PKG. by Bill }Fontaine and game
USDA CHOICE LAMBLoin prizes went to Lucy
Delmonicos LB. $259 / < McGunnigle, Sarah Taylor,
8 LBS. SHANKPORTION / Chops . LB. $1"1 \ Lillian Hall, Gene Taylor and
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE HANOI PAK BEEF
Josephine Fontaine. The next
Ground Round $139 & UP USDA CHOICE LAMB SIRLOIN OR meeting will be April 19. We
LB
Rib $189 1 do hope all the members are
Chops
W D BRAND PURE(10.LB PKG $B 99) 1 LB well and able to be at the

Ground Beef 3 pBG $2"| USDA CHOICE SHOULDER meeting and also extend an
.
invitation to all the Senior
Lamb
Chops $119
LB Citizens of this area to come
VV-B IIANDCOOKin and be w ith us in our meeting.
W.D BRAND WHOLE HOG HOT OR MILD OUA TI tail* Sii'CIOi INTO FRESH BOSTON BUTT
SAUSAGE PORK CHOPS SLICED HAM PORK ROASTLB r

SENIORCITIZENS

LB99C I I W-D BRAND SAVE 50MRS. 88c

W-D BRAND
USDA CHOICE BEEF
USDA CHOICE BEEF SMITH'SNATURAL
I r. 6
FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAK
E-Z CARVE OVEN READYRIB JUICE PEACH,, The recent cold snap caused

CHERRY, PUMPKIN ORAPPLE much illness among our
members. Pete Johnson is in
ROAST c NaNiajpqure the hospital. Eighteen othersare
: PIE 7tI battling the flu or colds at
home. "Sarge" Suslow is in
the Veterans Hospital at
Gainesville with a broken hip.
IUVDI UIVD Amelia Hoffman was tran-
sferred from Bradford County
Hospital to a nursing home in
I 1 'pOVIINMlMT/ OlADICfy I 1 I '*?viiMrwjBi"i!>H, I 'l "' Gainesville. We missed them

(U. S. CHOICE U. S CHOICE. ) all at our White Elephant
.a. Auction Sale but there will be
:i %fT74s7, 37-oa. other times and we wish them

SIZE all a speedy recovery Con-
tinued from my previous
article: The label "Socialized
iUPIRIITAND WWIP.PIOi
W-D BRAND StICIEIBOLOGNA W-D lANt> USD* CMOKI III* SIHIOIM Medicine" is being touted
STEAK TOPPING Qua Reserve hts about to scare the people
L / away from a decent, com-
e B 1 WIN COPYRIGHT DIXIE STORES 7NC prehensive Health Security
Plan which our nation can
U.S. No. 1
SMOKED SUPERBRAND well afford. We cannot have a
W-D BRAND
HONEY SWEET America without
wealthy
PORK SHOULDER WHOLE FLORIDA YELLOW SHERBET OR healthy Americans.The .

HONEY DEWSI president and our
PICNICS Legislators enjoy the benefitsof
CORN ICE CREAM a Socialized Medical Plan.
They have a staff of doctors
and nurses for free medical
I I care including physical
2 $1 examinations, laboratory
68
services electro car-
diograms, ambulance service

'0. / and while prescription working in Washington.medicine

There are two military
HOODORANGE hospitals for their con-
HALF
USDA CHOICE WHOLE venience. Thus we find the
GALLON JUICE President and Congress
LEG 0' LAMB recipients of "Socialized

Medicine" while refusing us,
the people the same benefits.
HUM IIOKIDA WHITI O* PINKGRAPEFRUIT

FISH TASTI OSIA STICKS IARGI. SWAT, JUICYCANTALOUPES 4 32-0&. $1 Nixon's The worst Health features Plan are of Mr.the

$139 e I I MRS. CTNS. deductibles which amount to
COZY KITCHEN ASSORTED FILBERTS SOFT WHIP
I $1,500 a year. That means that
LB.CHOICE. LAYER CAKES 2 FOR $1 MARGARINEPKIO no family will pay more than
24oi.PKO. $1,500 a year deductibles
99C 63e before the Nixon Plan begins
benefits. This is the rug.
Ninety-six percent of all
PILLSBURY SWEETMILK OR BUTTERMILK FRESH FLORIDA SHRIMP
USDA LAMB hospital stays are less than 30
Shoulder Roast LB 99 Biscuits . 4 10CT.CANS 67C Oranges . 5 BAG LB 39C Chunkees . PKG." $299 days which means that mostof
the people will be dollared
CRACKIN' GOOD CRESCENT HARVEST FRESH GREEN SUPERBRAND FUDGE BARS OR to death without reaching the

W.D BRAND 12.00. 69C Dinner Rolls SIZE39c Cabbage 2 39C Twin Pops . 2 $1,500 deductible mark. Theseare
Franks . . PKO. . HEADS only a few of the short
SUPERBRANO MILD DAISY STYLE FRESH TYSON CHICKEN SALISBURY OR TURKEY comings 6f the proposed NHI

COPELAND Dinner Franks LB $119 Cheddar Cheese MBPKO. $129 1 Broccoli I . BUNCH 49C Dinner . 2 !& 89C as(National proposed Health by insurance President)

MINUTE MAID Nixon. To be continued.Our .
PALMETTO FARM FRESH
TARNOW RHINELAND ".". next meeting will be

Franks . . IB $129 Pimento Cheese 1 CUP IB 99C Asparagus . u49C Orange Juice CAN 59C April Rec. Center 9 at 1 p.m.at which, Pratt time St.

HALF OR HARVEST FRESH S. No. 1 SWEET SEA PAK plans will be made for our 12th
TALMA GE FARM COUNTRY CURED
$119 Lettuce LI.19c Potatoes 4 $100 Onion Rings 3p''KG'. $149SWIFT 1 Annual Luncheon.We hope by
Whole Hams LB. . . LBS. that time that all of you who

JUMBO HARVEST FRESH CARROTS (MB BAG). RADISHES (1(MB. BAG) OR MRS PAUL'S are ill will have completely

Canned PREMIUM HOSTESS Ham ROUND 4 CAN $699 Celery . STALK 19C Green Onions .IUNCH 10C 1 Fish Sticks . 14PKO: $109 i iU enjoy recovered our to be with luncheon.Joe us to.

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ONE 2.UIAl121A OUMN SUPERBRAND CREAMED ONE HARVEST FRESH L HUNGRY MAN iI FROZEN WMOtEStrawberries
Meat Dinner Cottage Cheese Fruit Basket Assorted DinnersGOOD ,
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4 steers was paid to 441 and Investment costs were up Bradford and Union Counties few feet from the steers
FFA members at the sale of this and away
year participationwent combined to name one person watching the animals move
t the Second Annual Steer Show down for two reasons. from among the 24 entrees as around and around the ring
WtiI and Sale sponsored by the The price of steers was high the best show. "It may look and flipping their wrists,
I Bradford-Union Cattleman's when the students began the easy to walk out here with one nodding their heads or tossinga
Association at the 24th annual which ended in the
projects of these animals but it takes a hand in the air to indicate
Bradford County Fair. show and sale at the 24th lot of work and handling to bidding as the auctioneer
\ Three of the 24 steers shown Annual Bradford "
County work well in the ring, Paul barked out the continually
rl were owned by girls, who did Fair. Secondly, feed prices Hutchins said in awarding the rising prices.
I themselves proud as 12yearold have gone higher and higher Showmanship Award. kept her quick wit
FI Donna Worrell of Worthington increasing the cost of keepingthe The big moment came and Angaleta tireless enthusiasm
k\\ rk Springs took top animals firm and finished Friday night when buyers and throughout the program even
I honors. Ken Durrance the winter
during season. sellers gathered in the arenato though she did apologize for
associate of The Grand and Reserve
professor auction off the prize her lack of vitality because of
agriculture at the Universityof Champions finished first and livestock.The having already auctioned
lb'' Florida, judged her 1,057- second in the Class I com- crowd was large and 2,000 hogs earlier in the dav
pound Hereford-Angus named petition of steers weighingmore _.
\ Smarty Pants the Grand than 1000 pounds. --
:\ Champion of the show.At Third in the Class I group I
the sale on Friday night was Tressa Jones of Brooker. r rr
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for her 1,057 Ib. steer and add weighing in from 941 to 999
ons by donors amounted to pounds.
$491, making the value $2,616. Winners in this categorywere
r r Auctioneer Angaleta : Michael Mowery,
k Haymans from the Bradford Senior FFA; Darren
Gainesville Livestock Marketwas Brown, Union County 4-H;;
..r going strong and went to and Sonny Brown, Union
the Reserve Champion next County 4H.Winners I
} s'Pt. bringing in $1.80 per Ib. to the in the Class III
Lake Butler Senior FFA steers weighing from 750-940 .
t.A t. Chapter. were as follows: Rickey
Average selling price for Brackett, Lake Butler, FFA;
the steers was $1.30 includingthe Beth Hamilton, Bradford 4-H;
additional donations by and Zed Hamilton, Bradford
individuals and businesseswho 4-H. '
contributed to the Two steers were chosen
y students. from all those bred and raisedin ,
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,1 Most cattlemen in the area Bradford County. The
agree that the youngstershave Home Grown division went to
? around 70 to 75 cents per Michael Mowery followed by t
t pound in their livestock, said second place winner Beth 1
Ray Norman, secretary- Hamilton.
;% ud treasurer of Cattleman's The 1974 Showman Award
Association. Lowest per was presented to Dwight
pound price paid for a steer in Emery of Brooker
the Friday night sale was 84 Vocational instructors from

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Twelve-year-old Donna Worrell shed tears of joy when her steer."Smarty Pants."Buyer of the Grand Champion at the F7P
I 1.057: pound tt"l'ras named Grand Champion' at the Second Friday night sale was Winn-Dixie at a price of $2.01 per
Annual Steer Show and Sale at the Bradford County Fair pound plus $191 in add-ons bringing the value of the steer to a P __
Thursday night. She I Is shown here with the trophy and her total of $2,616. r

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.; ."""i!:;:;",.... bought this l.imosine-C'harlois tended by Robert Lee Starke W re.-
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Tressa Jones, Brooker, sold her Limosine-Cross to Ray
Williams representing Public Super Markets. Tressa i, a 1
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J. W. Osteen and Son purchased this steer shown by Allan Farmers and Dealers Bank Lake U...:' i t4. 'j rents for
Woodington at 93 cents per pound. Allan belongs to Lake each of 906 pounds. Ricky FFA Lake Busier is pictured with Michael Mowrey. Hampton, sold his steer to Kentucky Andy Baldree is pictured here with buyer E. L. Norman of
Butler 4-H. Paul Rlherd representing the bank. Fried Chicken represented by Charlie Braswell. Michael Sawyer-Slade Gas. Baldree is from Starke and a member of
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ford-Union Cattleman's Association.Pictured here are members of the association with Billy.
Reserve Champion sold his 1,009 pound steer to High Springs
shown by the Lake Butler Senior FFA Chapter, Curtis Addison
was
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pound steer to Wlnn-I>ide for !)0) cents per pound, plus add- 918 pounds and sold to Fletcher Farm Supply for 90 cents per mans, famous for her skills in
ons. pound, plus add-ons. auctioning hogs at the
Gainesville Livestock Market
4 4r 4uIL did her thing by bringing in
top prices on the 24 steers
participating in this years
RY Second Annual Steer Show The Showmanship Award for this years annual steer show and sale was awarded to>> Dwight
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Pioneer Farms of Lake Butler picked up the tab for this
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Hard Shands, purchased the homeGrown
Beth's steer placed second In This 738 pound steer wa hard to handle but not too much, g
Division of livestock bred and raised In Bradford for Willie Hamilton who told the animal to Coastal OH Co.. t better because It's Du Pont!
Lake Butler James Wilson owner.
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I Rehearsal Dinner For. x-rv \ S \\T\\\ CT/ ( '' J Watterson Home Scene Of Party

Mecusker. Maines Wedding StD itS .-. \j-lA UX
.and Mrs. Earl Woodard was served to the fifty guests Saturday, March 30,when her The 22 guests enjoyed
Smith of Lake Butler entertained who included members of the Congratulations to Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eggers mother, Mrs. Freddie Watterson refreshments, games and an
at a dinner party wedding party, the immediate Mrs. Gene Koss of Lawtey and children of Jacksonville ,gave a party for her at Easter egg hunt with prizes
Friday night, April 5, families of the couple, and out who won a colored television were Sunday visitors of their their home on Bayless High and favors during the party
honoring their son, David of town guests. given away by Olin's Mobile grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. hours, three to five o'clock.
Mecusker, and fiancee, Miss Homes of Starke at the Tullie Norman. way.The Easter motif was Assisting Mrs. Watferson
Harriett Maines, at the Lake Bradford County Fair last Easter Plants carried out in the party were Mrs. Arthur Patray,
side Community Center in The bride and groom weekend. Julia's Florist decorations with an Easter Mrs. Margaret Conners, Mrs.
Lake Butler preceding thecouple's presented mementos to their Easter Flowers 061-7711 tablecloth on the refreshment Buford Mitchell, Mrs. Mark
attendants during the table and matching and Mrs. Jim
wedding rehearsal. Flowers fly Larry Mrs. Godfrey Hayes of napkins Moody Sepich.
evening. The groom's mother and The table
The U-shaped dining table plates cups. was
featured blue carnations in presented the grandmothers, !4-8IUO I Gainesville was a Sunday .._. .. .. ..
visitor --- ------ ---
silver and bud the bride, and mother of the Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. --------
crystal
vases
and blue at bride with crystal and silver will spend the weekend Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. David Easter Plants
lighted tapers with her mother, Mrs. W B. Easter I'lautsJulia's and of
intervals. A roast beef dinner bud vases also as mementos. Christopher daughters Julia's Florist

.. .. .. .. .. .. ._Mundy 064-7711 Florist Fitzgerald, Ga. will spend the 064-7711
- -- - ------- ----- - Easter weekend with her
of Dr. P. G. Felos
Friends
Bill Myrick of Arlington, parents,Mr.and Mrs. Charles
to learn of the
his mother, L Dinkins. will regret
Texas visited
Dinner-Ritual Given By death of his mother, Mrs.
in Riverside
Mrs. Vesta Myrick,
Plants
Easter Felos, last Friday.
Georgia
and friends and
BSP For New Pledges relatives Hospital in Starke over the Julia's Florist Burial was Monday in Ever
064-7711 Jacksonville
satisfied weekend. green Cemetery
Gamma Theta chapter. Mrs. Richard Little, and Mrs. ,
A. Beta Sigma Phi met in the Joe Robinson. Easter! Flowers Misses Denise Winkler,
Letitia Wood, Lisa
Flowers Thompson
Pecan Koom at the Garden Charms and awards were By Larry Easter Plants
Restaurant Monday, April 8, given to past officers, !064-8100; and Honda Maseman of FSU Julia's Florist
S to honor their new pledges chairmen, and for all special Billy' and Bobby Owen were weekend guests ofDenise's 064-7711
with dinner and pledge ritual. services.A visited Disney World from parents, Mr. and
Sherry New pledges are Mrs. John program on Oriental Art Tuesday to Friday. Mrs. Warren Winkler.
Smith, Mrs. Doyle Crews, was presented.

Rose Marie Farr Weds Mr. Hardee .

ShO,11tpoOcustoWer Rose Marie Farr, daughter Miss Jerri Stuart served as PRE-SEASON
of Mr. and Mrs. Volley L. maid of honor and Roland $ $50 Value
Starling, of Starke, and Stuart, Jr. was best man. SO Coupon Special!
William Hardee of Marietta, Following the ceremony a ', Thii ntitln. purchaserof
united was held in the coupon
Ga. were in marriage reception
of
on March 16 at 4 p.m. at the Stuart home. Assisting in .ru May 10, 1974 you wilt save System Norgoi-Monogram to a ISO lavingi.Cooling Coupon
home of Lt. and Mrs. Roland serving were Mrs. John
$50 on the price of a 3 ton cooling expire May 1O, 1974

M. Stuart in Gainesville, with Crews, Mrs. Terri Ma this, system
Rev. James Gayler per and !Mrs. Perry-Smith. for your mobile home.
Members Of The Starke Recreation Dept. forming the nuptials. The couple are residing in IX-
The bride was given in Marietta, Ga. where Mr. NORMAL INSTALLED PRICE ........... 75O
marriage by her father. Hardee is a parts manager ata CALL YOUR NEAREST

Youth League Buick dealership. COUPON DISCOUNT ............5O
NORGAS OFFICE
STKAWBEKRYINVITATIONAL .
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Easter PlantsJulia's Special Pre-Season Price ....... 70O ForComplete
Will Take Orders For The annual Strawberry Invitational
"'loristUII.77
Golf Tournament (Include all normal inttallalion; ) Line

Sherry Shampoo 6" will Hot be dogs held, April hamburgers 20-21. and Miss Jenny! Lynn II Tomlinsonis BUDGET PAY PLAN! Of Warm Morning

strawberry shortcake will be visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lila $78 Gas Grilles
on sale during the tour F. Shaw, at Daytona Beach DOWN 23.46PERMO.
nament. Afterwards supper this week. With approved credit. Terms include all PER Keystone Heights
Drix Multi Purpose will be served in the clubhouse Easter Flowers. taxes.
at 6 p.m. There will be a Flowers By Larry 5.57, ((18% Apr.) Other sizes at comparable 473-4351 '
of adult savings. Good Thru May 10. 1974A
charge $1 per plate 0618400Mrs. I
and 50 cents for children.
Cleaner .
Peggy Moore of Lan
Call the pro shop at the
caster, Calif is
making an
Starke Golf and Country Club
extended visit with herbrotherinlaw

I Sat. April 12, 1974 I for--details-Faster-on-the Flo.vers--tournament.---, and Mrs.Easter M. B.Plants and Jordan.sister, Mr. NORTHERN PROPANE

Flowers By Larry Julia's Florist

Your Support Of This Worth While Project JIU-HIOO !9H4-7711 INorgas GAS COMPANY
Miss Jody Harper is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Will Be Appreciated her brother-in-law and sister, Ellsworth of Dade City visited
Mr. and Mrs. Don Lewis, in Mrs. Ila Ellis on Sunday and 473-4351 Keystone Heights, Fla.
Richmond. Va this week Monday.






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