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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Produce IIIJ". Residents Oppose


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Postponed j Apartment Complex


A local farmer's produce
market previously scheduledto

open May 9 has been
postponed'for several weeks OQI

due to the current late _

growing season, according to SR-IOO
Bob Allen, manager of the I Proposed Off

Starke Market.A State Farmer's r

meeting of growers,
consumers!; and "anyone who 1 : 'wm W foal
wants to attend" is scheduledfor i + '
Holding a petition bearing 80 names opposing a 48-unit

8 p.m. next Tuesday, May q complex off SR-100 near Keystone Heights,
apartment
7, in the county 'agriculture "
building Allen says. Purposeof rr snIRFIlYOafO 'ilk p.' Public silenceDeafening and facing most of the signers in the audience Tuesday

the market is to better fib' r night the Bradford Zoning Board deferred action for 30

organize the agriculture !.:'. days on giving developers the necessary reclassification.Area .
produce market so an ':. residents
.
vigorously developmentwhich
oppose any
of .
adequate be available supply when producewill the 'i ;" On might disturb what they term the peace and

market does open. ->..\,!. '\ '..(.' tranquility of the Brooklyn and Bedford Lake area. The
The new idea in the > : is to be located between the two lakes about
..\., .;:, .1'i" ... complex a
operation of the state farmer's J / ""; -'J"o 1'o. half mile off SR-100.
,;;
.1': 'i, ,'
market is to give local Status Of Roads"If
ii"f The Zoning Board conducted regular monthly business
growers a chance to sell their ,! .
farm products directly to the d e 1> meeting to a standing room only audience Tuesday, April

public. It will also give con- pt' : :.. there are no comments I The longest stretch of road 30.
sumers a chance to purchase declare this public hearing in the DOT'S proposal is SR- Meetings of the zoning struction project presented a

fresh Bradford vegetables and adjourned," said Jim Pittmanof 18. The 22.9 miles begin in the board are held in the county petition to the zoning board
fruits at an announced place t' :! h.1l the Department of Tran- western part of Bradford commissioners meeting room containing 80( signatures. A

and time, saving them the sportation on Monday, April County crossing New River at the Bradford County Court- majority of those who had

trouble searching out the l I5j 29, at the Bradford County (See Page 7)) house, and shortly before the previously signed the petition
produce from individual Courthouse, and just that beginning of the meeting at made a personal appearance
farmers. easily the stage was set for 7:30: p.m. every seat was before the zoning board to
Reason for postponing the I'I, 56.3 miles of primary state taken and the late comers have a voice in stating their

opening is two-fold, Allen maintained roads to revert caused an overflow of the total objections.Ray .
says.The late growing season, back to the county. 1,745 seating capacity of the Farris. of White Sand

caused by cold and dry Public notice of the meeting meeting room and had to Lake, one of the developers ot

weather, would see squash had been duly advertised remain standing in the back of the proposed apartment

and cucumbers about the only during the preceding two Voters the room, in the doorway and complex, is requesting the re-

two vegetables on the marketif weeks for the purpose of affording out into the hallway leading classification of the property
it opened May 9.Farmers interested the into the room. from R1A (single family resi
contacted by the market or persons Most of the audience dential) to R-3 multi-fdmil\ >
to their
Agriculture Department say it views opportunity with reference express to the composed a delegation who Farris said the plan culls for
will be several weeks before DroppedBradford hand single story construction with
will have tomatoes Some five years after he first begun pushing for a new generating unit to increase the plant'scapacity removal of eight different were on to oppose the units each of
they construction of 48-unit six apartment in
veteran Commissioner One the switch to the road sections from the State'sPrimary a
City iggins pulls start big unit.
beans and the
peas, sweet corn, Road System. The County voter apartment complex in the proposed buildings
okra ready to harvest. southeast portion of Bradford Approval was granted on
roads will revert to the registration dropped to a low
county, become secondary of 5,179 as of March 1, from its County, located at the inter- March 26 by the Bradford
Secondly Allen thereis
a need, to contact says, more New Generator Goes 'On Line'"The roads, the county's respon peak figure of 6,924 reached section of Immokalee Road County the Zoning Board for to advertise
to insure that sibility to maintain, althoughthe before the General Electionlast and Live Oak Road, a short project a public
an
growers for the
hearing change in re-
distance off Highway 100
state has promised to November.
will adequate be on the supply market of when produce the way Starke is growingits the time to begin planning for business. "Actually, we were leave them in first class Cause for this drop of 1,745 northwest of Keystone classification of the 5.26 aero

going to be nip and tuck the next unit. committed when the council condition. the failure of that Heights.A. development."This .
names was
first sale
'. that opens. be Hopefully largely, until they get another engine! "We're committed," said bought those first five use"- Interest in the DOT'S many registrants to return S. Leath, representingthe develc.pmentIH
problem the can or some help from Mayor Neil Tucker, meaning Superior engines," the mayor proposal was sadly lacking, "Voting Registration group opposing the con- wipe out the main motive of
at next
overcome meeting for their desire for
somewhere, stated a city committed to the added. however people
Tuesday.The power since the public, for Renewal forms which were
and the
market is scheduled to power plant employee which the hearing was held, mailed out by Supervisor of peace" tranquility in
Wednesday afternoon, just Neva area, Leath said in
failed to Registration Flynn
open once a week, on Thur- three after KW : : appear. in the Millage presenting the petition to the
days a 3,350 County CommissionersDave early year. This was
but this be
sday, can changed '
Worthington unit I II done in accordance zoning board.
generating with
according to the need, Allen ..,, r ; '- Shuford Eddie Allen
"We its
went on line. Florida law which vigorously oppose
and Dave Paulk were on handto requiresthe
says. Farmers will set up construction at this meetingand
their own produce and sell at Total of the Starke power I -' ,, 'I listen to the comments of supervisor to mail out Rollback will be here to oppose at
these forms in
the prices and volume they plant is increased to 10,750 KW I James Deas of the DOT explain which General years Election during is any meeting to be held in the
the reasons behind theState's a
wish. Growers of vegetablesand by the addition of the new future," Leath added.
held. If the forms
The firm proposal to remove the are not Due
with other generator. capacity, AiringA
fruits, along signed and returned within 30 Fears were voiced by some
roads from
the
products, will nave an opportunity without the largest unit, goes Primary from of those opposing the project
System, but had no commentsto days being mailed out,
to sell to who up 1,740 KW to 7,400. would
anyone discussion of proposed 100 that the apartments be
the is
offer at the close of the registrant's name
would like fresh farm Last summer the f-
produceat powerplant's temporarily removed from percent tax assessments and rented to tenants of a transient
a reasonable price for their demand peaked at hearing.The the voter list until he she the possible millage rollbackwill nature, who do not hold
hearing, or
table or freezer. 6,000 KW and this summer is represented
take place at the Board of the same view toward housingas
in
r theSupervisor's
to Allen expected to exceed 7,000 KW Phase 6 of the State's long- appears person at
According growers 4dk office Governors' meeting of the homeowners do.
should sell at a price between just short of the plant's firm range road planning project reinstatement.Mrs. to request Starke-Bradford County "We are not talking about
wholesaleand retail. Farmers capacity of 7,400 KW. and has been underway for
Chamber of
Commerce today homesteaders, we are talking
sell to retailers at different Last summer's several years. Similar public Flynn said that the
can peak (Thursday, May 2). about transients renting
forms
meetings have been were mailed to the
prices and volume. demand of some 6,600 KW already apartments. We don't objectto
Growers will be left to set exceeded the plant's former held in a number of other entire registration list this The tax problem was good neighbors. No. not at

their own prices, and con firm capacity of 5,650 KW. At it p pw counties throughout the state. year in order to get correct discussed last Thursday by all," said W. R. Rushing in
times in the In removing the 56.3 milesof addresses for those who had the Chamber Board's
sumers can try their hand at everything plant 1 "r opposing the project.A .
The full blast roads from the state's changed address in recent executive committee
bargaining. manager was running to ttl'O. at bit of levity was inter-
says the local Ag Departmentwill supply the city's demand with primary road system years. Those whose names which time it was suggestedthat jected into the meeting whenA.

keep out of that part of the air conditioners running responsibility for future were removed have until the matter be brought tb S. Leath recited an incident
market. Allen hopes that a during the hot summer maintenance will have to be August 10 (when registration the attention of the board for that had occurred in the
borne by the counties in- books close) to have their
group will form to carry on the months.In further discussion and recent past.
.
operations of the market. addition to the normal volved. names reinstated.The possible action by the "Let me tell you about whatwe
Hours that the market will residential growth and ad- 1 Figures revealed at the old and new Chamber.
.....;;&. a might be getting into. Two
totals
for the
be open must also be set. Allen dition of still more home air hearing indicated that the registration ladies rented a house and a
and County Agent Bob Taylor conditioners, the city is faced Then the speed of the new unit was synchronized with that state had expended the various county precincts are Under the current man moved in with them. He
have talked about 4 p.m. to 7p.m. now with supplying some 1,000 of the other units running in the plant, and the big 3,000 KW amount of $49,000 for main- given with old total in assessment study being was later observed taking a
load "on line." Neil Tucker second from tenance purposes during the parenthesis: carried out in Bradford "
KW of demand to the new was placed Mayor sun bath in the nude, Leath
Bradford Square shopping left, turned the handle at right to do that after an explanationwas 1971-72 fiscal year on the roads No.1(604)( ) 502. County by Hunnicut and said.
Power Plant Graudon shown that will eventually revert to No.2. (428)) 308. Associates property'
center. In addition to that given by Supt. George "Was that in Bradford or
another new building is here talking to Wiggins in the noisy plant. the county. This amounts to assessments are expected to John
A.
about $871 per mile. (See Page 7)) double under the 1973 FloridaLegislature's Clay County, queried
nearing completion at mandate to base Torode, Chairman of the
Bradford High School with full zoning board."Bradford .
assessments on market
two more electrically air value Tax Assessor Gene ," Leath replied.
,
conditioned and heated "Well do declare. I didn't
School Maintenance Problems Long has stated. Unless the I
buildings slated to be built this commission and school know that things like that

year.It boar happened in Bradford
i roll back millage in
was some five Torode said.
years ago direct of the County,
proportion
that the City Council began In support of his applicationfor

work toward getting the new Continue To Perplex Frustrate valorem assessment tax increase increase, will an ad be reclassification Farris:

3,300 KW unit that was startedup the result. said,"Let me tell you that this
Friday. If it is that long project is not to be built with

before another unit goes online The Chamber governorswill federal funds,it is not a rental
Grad Night the plant's new capacity Another two hour discussion family and the school board The temperature in the school unit should be operatingSee meet at 12:15: p.m. today supplement project. It is to be
may be stretched beyond its: Monday night of mechanicaland again failed to get a solution to was 91 degrees today (Mon- ( Page 7) in the Garden Restaurant. built with borrowed funds,
limits.Commissioner. structural problems in its pressing airconditioningand day). What's it going to be in borrowed from the same institutions -
Tickets Orie Wiggins county school buildings saw heating problems. summer?" Register and that borrow from.

Co On Sal pulled the switch to turn on the the School Board again adjourn During two hours of talk it Assistant Principal Joe Hull 2 JuvenilesIn Arrestedomb When the project you is completedthese

Wed.,May 1 big 3,300 KW unit Friday, and in frustration. became more and more apparent said there are three cooling units will have the ap-
$9.00 Per Person at the time, said that now is "Tell me what day it has that Architect Morganwas units on top of the new middle pearance of a $300,000 home."

Deadline May IS worked properly," Bradford not going to attempt to school gym and only one is School BA Hoaxhome At the meeting in March,
tell the board what ails the working.Air .
CUBB Sets High Principal Charles Farris said that the plans call
All Seniors Open Francis exhorted Don Morgan mechanical systems, Board conditioning and heating bomb threat hoax phonedto where the Friday bomb for the installation of a central
Chairman Seeber Goodman problems at the middle school
House This when the architect stated Bradford High School last hoax originated within five sewage system, and streets
Start SundayCUBB "...it is easy to say it has finally adjourned the boar and vocational school com- Friday afternoon has resultedin minutes. The two boys were would be "stabilized" rather
PayingSpring have the school
plex
until time when the plagued
never worked" during a a than hard-surfaced in order to
Economic Agency, board the arrest of two Starke tossing a ball back and forth in
from the
the time
Inc., will hold open house at discussion of Phase II BHS can meet with both Turknettand buildings constructed.The juveniles, aged 10 and 14, the the back yard. preserve the rustic appearance .
were
Band all Head Start and Neigh- air-conditioning problems. Morgan. The architect Bradford Sheriff's Office "I'm here to investigate a of the area. .
borhood Service From a list of some 40 made it clear he is dependingupon system is powered by In making his
Concertp.m. Centers in units in a central "round disclosed Monday.The bomb threat made to the high presentationat
Baker maintenance and service Turknett's expertise in after the that meeting Farris pointedout
Clay, Union and house" all main- arrests came school, Dempsey told the
Bradford problems in every county the mechanical field to solve containing the of suitable
counties next tenance fifth bomb threat at the high boys, after ascertaining that scarcity
for the
Friday,May 3 Sunday, May 5, from 2 to 4 school building, the major the problems. The engineer is entire equipment. school and one at Bradford he was at the correct rental housing in the Keystone
problems still being the air- in process of making an ex- complex.One Middle School, all of which residence. Heights-Starke area and said

BHS Auditorium p.m.Refreshments will be conditioning and ventilation tensive study of the problems, main problem now is forced school administratorsto "Ye-ye-es Sir," one youth that the proposed rental units

served and all Interested systems in the new middle Morgan said."There's that one compressor unit dismiss classes until, after stammered. Dempsey then would rent in the $150 to $200

Adults $1.00Students persons are invited to attend school and BHS buildings eight million installed inside the round each threatening call schools picked up the phone in the range.
SOcCommunity the open house to learn the were I given In a list to SchoolBoard things that could go' wrong.That's house should have been in- were searched.A house and, without dialing, Some of those present objected ->
answer to the question "What members last week at the problem Morgan stalled outside, Architect telephone system which talked to both the high school on the grounds that the'
c.a.r, Does CUBB Do?" This theme the request of Board Member said at one point during the Morgan now seems to believe, enables the Starke office of and telephone office to prove project would cause pollutionof
of the house Rodney Hall. Monday night's discussion of the middle he the the waters In the area and
open will be although says unit was the Florida State Telephone to the boys that those phones
m u1 r ( carried out with posters, meeting was scheduled as a school problem. "It "could be built to be erected inside or Company to trace the origin of were connected with their that unpleasant odors could

&tatr Sank' displays, and demonstrations work session to go over the one little ole valve... outside.An phone calls within minutes led receiver. After speaking to possibly emanate from the I

explaining the services Morgan with Architect '"Everybody Is aware of the 8-by-8 foot hole was to the arrest of the two boys 'both the high school and phone project. I.
rendered the community by and Mechanical problem," Middle School opened in the round house wallto Friday afternoon, accordingto office, Dempsey turned to the "I've never seen a sewage
"- .... r..r u.. the various centers which Engineer Roy Turknett Principal Lennard Registertold allow the unit to receive Deputy Sheriff John youths, and' forcefully treatment plant that didn't '

.......T.Do-'o.i>__hr_c-.. CUBB Agency has operated In The engineer, however, was the board. "When is enough air Morgan said, and Dempsey arresting officer. i demanded: smell," said L. W. McGowan,
the four.counties since 1965. absent due to a .teath in his something going to be done? the manufacturer says the Dempsey was at the Starke See Page 7)) (See Page 7) .,


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19719id fYlw Mw Douglas Exchanae Conner Vows April and Sheila 6. At,Crosby.LakeThe ..Beugnet.. I


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1 /WI''.4 I<'f"I.5..'.. mums and levander catleya

CJrto., 9647608 ,.,;1\t\: \ ,. ;., .. .. were orchids.Mrs.Presiding Sandy Douglas at the table and

.__________________ --"- .b- --- ',;;: h ; th Miss Bonnie Meyers of Per"
nandina Beach. Mrs. Elaine
Nettles-Allen Hazen Deborah JonesCelebrates r: 1 Spears cut the cake and was
I Thompson I'. assisted by Mrs. Sandra
Announcement Told 10th Flood. Mrs. Lew Chaff kept
Wedding Set FridayThe .It! the bride's book.

Opal Allen and Ernest Allen Birthday Friday u. Assisting were Mrs. Glenn
announce the engagement of wedding of Clara --' ,I Conner of Orlando, Mrs. Doyle
their daughter, Peggy Sue, to Kathleen Hazen, daughter of Deborah Johns celebratedher .. tl ; Conner of Tallahassee and
Donald Lee Nettles, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Hazen, tenth birthday last Friday .,., '" Mrs. Gene Peterson of Lake
and Mrs. Herman Nettles, all of Starke, and Timothy Allen afternoon when her mother, ,, ..,:; > ,v City.
of Starke. I Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harriet Johns, gave a Following a wedding trip to
Wedding plans will be an- Mrs. William Thompson of skating and slumber party for : ':. South Florida the couple is
nounced at a later date Silver Springs will take place rr her at their home on E. Wilson .' residing on Bayless Highway
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tomorrow night (Friday, May Road ,
3)) at 8 p.m. in First Baptist The twelve girls had a birth- Elizabeth Barrett
Country Club Church, Starke. day party starting at 5:30: p.m. :(
No invitations are being followed by skating at the .. '1" Celebrates 10th
Women To sent. All relatives and friendsare Skating Palace in Gainesville, 'f.\
invited to attend. and then returned to the Johns with
Meet May 6 home to spend the night. .7'.. Birthday Party
I Mrs. Johns was assisted by
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Mrs. Bennett her mother, Mrs. Dot Porch, +-.. Elizabeth Barrett
The women of the Starke and Miss Sandy Leach. .' pi celebrated her tenth birthday
?>" "
Golf and Country Club will Shower HonoreeMrs. ':"' ::'ri.r.;:-"' .,.,,;t, sl Saturday from 10:30: to 1 p.m.
meet in the clubhouse Mon- OutlawDouglasWedding ,, ;' '"'' ; given by her parents, Mr. and

day, May 6 at 8 p.m. Richard Bennett, a Altar SocietyTo -:\{',,'fJl' .. ......., ",,",,",:<'/ <-' 'I"I" I', '.r Mrs. Johnny Barrett, at their
Nettles-Allen recent bride, was honored at a PlansAnnounced ", '.. ,I ,'>11,_.' home on SR-100.
Meet May 7 .' : tI" circus motif
bridal shower April 18 givenby ". J The was
Mrs. Edwin Vickery and I ,;, ,1))' t' carried out in the party
NOTICETO daughter Debbie, at their St. Edward's Altar Societywill .. o.i- decorations with a circus cloth
home. meet in the parish hall on ; '::A" Ii on the table with matching
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OUR CUSTOMERS Games with prizes were Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. May 7 at 7:30: p.m. napkins and the cake was
: of Brooker All interested women are with clowns.
enjoyed by the twenty guests Douglas announce : topped
followed by refreshments. the engagement and approaching welcome to attend.DUPLICATE i The 42 youngsters attending
marriage of their ; ..... enjoyed games and rode
Effective May 1, 1974 we will no longer be open on Saturdays Lisa CarterCelebrated daughter, Deborah Ruth, to BRIDGE horses and had a grilled hot
We will be open all day Wednesdays, and until Beville Thomas Outlaw, son of CLUB RESULTS t dog luncheon along with ice
6:30 on Fridays. 10th Mr. and Mrs. Lavern II. Ken Williams and Jim cream and cake.Outoftown .
Outlas, Sr. of Starke. Bradford were the winning V guests were
We sincerely hope this will not cause you any incon Birthday April 24 The wedding will be an couple at Duplicate Bridge Elizabeth's cousin Hank
venience. Should you encounter any difficulty in our event of June 8 in the Brooker Tuesday night where there Holmes and fiancee of .
servicing needs, please contact Lisa Carter of Mr. a t1
your our manager per ,daughter Church.
Baptist are five tables in play Liza Orlando and !Miss Kim Bar-
sonally. and Mrs. William V. Carter of
Miss Douglas and Mr.
Minesinger and Betty Parker tlett of Jacksonville.
Hampton, celebrated her Outlaw are both graduates of were second; Bess Burns andT. Assisting in serving were
Thank you. tenth birthday April 24 with a Bradford High School. Miss A. Sundem were third; Ann Mrs. James Stroud and Mr

.9 party Refreshments at her home. served Douglas attended Santa Fe Hamilton and Gladys Mooty ..... -- ... and Mrs. Curtis Sanders.
were Community College and is were fourth.
ManagementSouthern and games were played.Lisa's employed at P. Ause Brown, home of Mr. and Mrs. Baby's breath and stephanotiswas ConfederateMemorial
Those attending were
Jr. Attorney-at-Law. Mr. Flowers for Mother's Day Leon Conner of Crosby Lake entwined in her curls. She
classmates from school, her
Discount Co. 2tchg aunt and cousin, Rhonell Outlaw is employed at Julia's Florist was the setting for the wed- carried a cascade bouquet of Service
Estes. DuPont. 964-7711 ding of Sheila Gail Beugnet of white stephanotis and Englishivy
Fernandina Beach, daughter with bits of white bridal Held Sunday
I of Mrs. Elizabeth E. Beugnet, lace and centered with a
and Douglas Lucian Conner, lavender catleya orchid.A Confederate Memorial Day
son of Mrs. Lucille Conner reception was held on the services, sponsored by the W
Eddy, on April 6 at 6:30: p.m. front lawn of the Conner home T. Weeks Chapter, UDC. were
with Rev Gene Peterson of where canopies were used to held Sunday at 4 p.m. at the
ON SALE NOWMother's Lake City performing the shelter the bride's table and Crosby Lake Cemetery in
nuptials.The hors d'oeuvers table. Cen- memory of the 53 Confederatemen
couple exchanged tering the bride's table was a buried there.
wedding vows on the shore of three tiered wedding cake The
ceremony was
-- E Little La-Z-Boy the lake in front of an arch of surrounded with whIte Fuji arranged by Mrs. Johnny
lighted candelabra with fern mums and lavender catleya Barrett,historian,and:Mrs L
I stands on either side. orchids. There was also an T. Crews, president.
!Music was provided by solo arrangement of spring welcomed the friends and
pianist, Robert Gardner of 1 lowers in multi-colors on the relatives attending.Dr. .
Tallahassee. table. On the hors d'oeuvers W. H. Green gave an
Richard Wainwright attended table was an arrangement of impressive talk on "Con
in as best man and ushers spring mixed flowers. in ."
new, lady-like styles federacy was not vain
were Alan Cover and Beryl The punch table was cen- W. B. McKinney presented
with the velvet touch Rice of Fernandina Beach and tered with a silver punch bow I three appropriate violin
Donald Falcon of Starke.
numbers during the program
for Mother's Day !Mrs. Carol Bunch of Fer- Isaac Warren Mrs. Barrett read the
nandina Beach attended
as
names of the Confederate
sl matron of honor. She wore a Janet McCollumTo soldiers buried at Crosby
mint green full length, Lake Cemetery. j
Y I haltered gown with gold accessories -
Wed
.I waistline June 8 The program concludedwith
i i empire
I the Mizpah benediction
:
\ ll, 11 with flowing A-line skirt. She Mr and Mrs.V.. E. .Mc
I carried a Venetian nosegay of Collum of Starke announce the
mixed spring flowers and engagement and approaching /Ifui.. trriual
I baby's breath with satin and marriage of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
bridal lace streamers. Janet Louise, to Isaac Norman, Starke announcethe
-- !Miss Sonya Beugnet and Warren, Jr., also of Starke. birth of a son Timothy
Miss Sylvia Beugnet, sistersof The wedding will be an Christopher, born April 18 in
the bride, of Fernandina event of June 8 at 3 p.m. at the the Alachua General Hospital.;
Beach served as bridesmaids. of :Mr and
Kingdom Jehovan's Wit Grandparents are
They wore lavender and fern nesses, 325 Christian Street Mrs. Lloyd Padgett and :Mr
i green satin gowns with em- Starke. and Mrs. Tulhe Norman of
pire waistline and flowing A- Starke.
line full length skirts with
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silver accessories. They .
carried Venetian of T
nosegays .
mixed spring flowers and cf, r{; GOD COULDN'T
M r'e baby's breath with satin and ..
bridal lace streamers.The .. ':; ) BE EVERYWHERE
ti bride given in marriageby I"'l.... t
853NOWONLYS1i Francis Flood, her brother. SO HE CREATED
9I in-law, wore a floor length & I

satin bridal gown overlayedwith : MOTHERS II t
layers of silk organza I It

accented with floral appliquesand I II
ruffles. The gown t
featured a diagonally flowing I IMother's
I G train of silk organza and floral I
appliques from the waistline.The I II
empire waist was accented : DayMay12
with a silk ruffle and
T7 floral appliqued'bodice. The : I
[ Cs' scoop neckline was enhanced I Flowers
( r. with a ruffle of silk organza, : by Larry .
framing the diamond I
l necklace presented to the 964-8400 964-7100 I
bride by the bridegroom. =J
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I Guard Technicians And Wives

Honored At Retirement CeremonyThree At

Camp Blanding to remain in the Starke area, BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OlDS
National Guard Technicians SSG Noel P. Joyner is being
and their wives were honored retired as a technician em
at a joint Retirement ployeeoftheU S Property and
Ceremony that was held Fiscal office main warehouse
Friday, April 19, at the Camp and as a military member of
Blanding NCO Lodge overHQ Det 653rd Engr., Camp a
looking Kingsley Lake. Blanding, and plans also to
ISO Rene Garcia a technician remain in the Starke area: _
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employee of the CSMS y i tractor
and a military member of Co Gifts were presented to the t lF
A, 146th Sig Bn, Jacksonville, honored guests and a brief
plans to make West Virginia history of technician service
his retirement home in the was rendered by their fellow

near SSG future.William C. Rhoden is Guardsmen.The retiring Guardsmenalso r I I of the fuigre

being retired as a CSMS haveaccumulated a total of 66
employee and a military years as technicians and 75
member of HQ Det 653rd years total military service to
Engr., Camp Blanding, plans their State and Country.


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Kitty Hazen, bride- A bridesmaid's luncheonwas
elect of May 3, was honored at held Saturday, April 27 at r
two parties the past week. 12:00: noon at the Holiday Inn d.
for Miss Hazen, given I by Miss Richard Bennett and Barbara Gloria
On Thursday, April 18, Mrs. Mary Sue Underhill and Mrs.
George W. Roberts, Jr. gave a John Greene. United In Marriage April 11 _
linen and lingerie shower at
her home on Bessent Road for The luncheon table was Miss Barbara M. Gloria, groom, and carried an .. ( .
covered with a white linen of powder blue ,
Miss Hazen. daughter of Mrs. Marta E. arrangement
cloth with cutwork napkins, McMurtrie and the late JamesL. carnations and babies breath.A O
Arrangements of white and and centered with a spring McMurtrie, and Richard reception was held at the v.
yellow daisies were used in floral arrangement. Place Allen Bennett, son of Mr. and home of the bride. The refreshment -
decorating. The punch table cards marked the seating Mrs. Lewis Bennett were table held a crystal ,
was covered with a white linen arrangement.Those united in marriage April 11 at punch bowl and crystal can- ";.t "
cloth and centered with a Miss 11 a.m. at the Bradford dlesticks entwined with ; : .:
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bowl encircledwith attending were forget-me-nots. Marta > ,;
crystal punch County Court House with ,
Stella Hazen, "
Hazen, Miss t,
fern and daisies. Miss Luana Judge Elzie Sanders performing Malmsjo, grandmother of the '; ::1 5
Miss Ruth Hazen,
Among the thirty attending the nuptials.Don bride, cut the cake. '
between the hours 8 and 9:30: Mundorff, Miss Laura Hazen Kay all Rowan, brother-in-law Following a wedding trip to "l: '.

p m. were Mrs. W. B. of Thomas Starke, Mrs.and Jack Mrs. W., B. of the groom, served as best Fernandina Beach the coupleis .
Thompson of Silver Springs, of Silver man and Idele Wilkins at- residing at 417 N. Myrtle
mother of the prospective Thompson Springs. tended the bride as matron of Street.
groom, Mrs. Jack Hazen, The bride-to-be was honor. The bride attended Brad-
silver hors
mother of the honoree and presented with a from her For her wedding the bride ford County High School and qd
Mrs. B. T. Thomas and Mrs. d'oeuvers dish of the chose a powder blue and white Santa Fe Junior College of
It. E. Hazen, grandmothers of hostesses as a memento street length dress. She wore a Cosmetology.The .
the bride-elect. occasion. gold cross, a gift from the groom is a 1972
graduate of BUS and is employed -
) at State Plastering in

Gainesville Your future. And a good Today's best buy, the

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after test, the Cub Cadet* kept
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Mrs. A. J. Barry son lire
. Woolfe Boyce Married Apr. 19 At St. Mark'sMrs. Janet Ruth Kaufmann Marries Mr. CouleJanet In Coral Gables Rites Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scott Walker, of and daughter Adrienne ,Inl:11rs.
and sons, Steve and : J. E. Patterson attended!
Dolores Lucas Boyce wedding a full 'floor length The will be at homeat bride carried a bouquet of Tifton, Ga. were weekend' Mrs. the needlework show inn( ln
couple
and
ol Starke, daughter of W. L. aqua chiffon gown over Julianton Creek in Mandarin w,. yellow sweetheart roses and guests of !Mr. Orlando over the weekendFlowors
Lucas of J
Malabar
Florida, daisies. Howard Meyer
matching satin skirt. It
after a wedding trip to
I step-daughter of W. C. The Mother's: laJulia's ; .\
groom was attended by
featured
a V-neck, full
long
Marineland and two weeks at John Myers
Newman of Tavares and Mrs. Florist
and
sleeves with band at the wristof the Abacos. John Love as best man. Mr. "
of last
granddaughter of Mrs. Ozel Ushers returned 1 Wednesday '1M1I-77II
were Alan Gregalot,
tiny pearls and silver
Woolfe at
Mrs. is employed with
visit
!\lattov of Tavares, was unitedin week after a weeks
beads. The midriff was the Mental Health Jerry Knight, Mark Wong and
marriage to Walter L. enhanced with silver beads, Community and r'i Nick Coule, Jr. Mr.and Mrs. Paul Dolembo in Mrs. F. W. Strickland and
Center
was formerly attendedthe
Woolfe of Jacksonville on and rhinestones. A The reception followed immediately Valparaiso, Ind. and daughter. Gloria. and Mrs.
pearls at the Bradford
Friday April 19 at 7 in St. employed wedding of a niece, Lynn Marion Moyer
p.m. band of tiny pearls and silver Health after the ceremony spent the
Mar'' 's Episcopal Church. beads edged the front County. Woolfe is DepartmentMr. in in the Garden. The Buffet Dolembo to Lt. Ralph Bailey. weekend in Brevjird. :N.; (c
pleat. a partner
Hev john M. Flynn and Rev. dinner Steve Strickland!
Her aqua nylon net veil was the Smoak Davis and Nixon was prepared and visiting al!
Uoorge L. Harper performedthe secured to a lace headpiece Certified Public Accountantsin served by the Groom's Flowers I'm'loll1l'I"S: 1)a Brevard College.! Tlu-\
nuptials. decorated with seed pearls. parents and Grandparentswhose Julia'*Florist brought Steve home tn'i';
Jacksonville.
Highlighting the altar were !W I.;.1 II 1 SUI11111l'r'al'at .
She carried a nosegay of white hospitality was cor- oJl.1lr. ;
arrangements of pink carnations stephenotis, baby's breath, Flowers for Mother's Day dially extended to 150 guests.
white gladioli andbaby's red roses and satin streamerswith Julia's Florist The bride and groom en- Mr. and Mrs C. II. and Mrs. Jmum
breath. a detachable cataleya 9647711L. joyed a touring two week Nasworthy visited Mr. and Lawson and Mrs. 1'\\; l.ill.awsoJl
Mrs. Gegoge Canova, Jr., orchid.A honeymoon to the Carolina Mrs J. T. Nasworthy in ) were in Savannah.
organist and Mrs. Paul mountains stopping in Park Sunday. Gu. Sunday visiting Mr and
reception was held in the E. Rader or Peoria, III. Winter
'anova, soloist presented a Parish House where arrives Atlanta, Georgia for a few Mrs. Lawrence Smith and :\
Saturday to spend two
program of nupital music. arrangements of spring weeks with his brother-in-law i ,, days Keystone Heights, and Mr and Mrs. Dave Paulk. B. Walker
Walter L. Woolfe, Jr. and flowers were used in r'% returning to Miami where Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Brown. '
and twin 1
John Carey Woolfe attended sister, Mr. and Mrs. i I'luwer.lnr" \ l.i\.
they will reside. Eddie Allen
decorating. The mantel was Mrs. Viola Allen.
L. C. Early. Julia's I
their father as best men. centered with an arrangementof M; ;i iA The bride graduated from and Mr and Mrs Julian !IIiI-ii II ''
Ushers were Dr. William E. Keystone Heights High Schoolin attended the Legislative -
pink and white carnations, Mrs. John Anderson of McKae
Walker of Kockledge, uncle of gladioli and baby's breath. Callahan spent the weekend f j 1970 and is employed by Appreciation Day Mrs Marguerite Corn m
the bride, and William Miss Melanie Boyce kept the with Mrs. Myrtle Anderson. Arlen Realty Management. Saturday at Fanni Springs on Lakeland is the guest nl :MI.VMadge
Mt-lson. bride's book at a table holdinga Inc. in the legal department.The the Suwannee River MiddlctonDIVORCED
Janet! Boyce attended her silver graduated from .... ,
bud vase with a single groom ... --. ------ --- ------ --
mother as maid of honor and red rose. Flowers for Mother's Day Ruth Kaufmann, Crosby of Starke and Miss Miami High School and Miami -ate ss
Teresa and Gerrl Boyce, The bride's table was Julia's Florist daughter ofIr! and Mrs. Edie Driest of Miami. Miss Dade Junior College and is
daughters of the bride, were covered with an ecru lace 964-7711 George Kaufmann of Deborah Jackson, niece of the employed by Herbert Johnson ?
bridesmaids. They were attired cloth and centered with a Keystone Heights, and bride was Junior bridesmaid.Miss Assoc.. Architect in Miami.
alike in floor length pink three tiered wedding cake Among those attending the Bradley Nickolas Coule,son of Sandra Jackson and
lace knit dresses with empire flanked by silver candelabrawith Kathryn Kuhlman lecture at Mr. and Mrs. Nickolas Couleof Miss Karen Clark, also niecesof Flowers for :Mother's Da\
waist sheer puff sleeves, pink tapers. Mrs. the Coliseum Sunday were Miami, were united in the bride, were flower girls. Julia's Florist. '
collar and V-neck edged with William Walker cut the cake. Mrs. Olin White, Mr. and Mrs. marriage March 30 in the '9KI-77I1
matching pink lace. They The punch table was also Robert Barksdale and son, Garden of Our Lord, of St. The attendants dresseswere NEW IN TOWN ?
carried nosegays of pink covered with an ecru lace Robbie, Mrs. Jessie ChasLain. James Lutheran Church, green and-or yellow !Mrs. Joseph Thornton has
miniature carnations, baby's cloth and was centered withan Mrs. Jessie Young, Mr. and Coral Gables Florida crepe with garden flower returned from North Florida
breath and tiny seeded pearl arrangement of pink and Mrs. James O'Brian, Mrs. C. The Garden next to the print flocking. They were Regional Hospital where she
hearts with satin streamers, white G. Barksdale Mrs. W. B. church, is surrounded ankle length featuring the underwent surgery last week.
carnations, by a
mid wore matching clusters of and baby's breath flanked pompoms by Mundy Mrs. E. D. Tenly. stone wall and is unique new wrap around look with SHORT ON CREDIT?
Movers in their hair. two crystal bowls. Mrs. Merrill Edwards, Mrs. because of the large numberof shoulder length collars. They !Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent ,
The bride, given in punch C. T. Wade, Mr. and Mrs. II. Biblical and shrubs wore large brimmed white Thursday to Monday of last
Assisting plants
in serving were
marriage by her children, Mrs. A. Colson and !Mrs Wilbur which have been garden hats and carried week with her sister, Mrs
Henry Godwin, Mrs. A. successfully
Janet. Teresa, Gerrl and J. Eaves, Mrs. John Flynn Waters. established and flourish in this baskets of fresh daisies. Clara Swails and family in i
Wesley Boyce chose for her and Miss Betsy Walker. subtropical climate so The bride given in marriage Camilla, Ga.Flowers SHORT ON CASH ?
Flowers for :Mother's Day similar to that of the Holy by her father, wore an A-Line
fur :Mother's Div.
Julia's Florist Land.At ankle length white satin gown '
with an overlay of silk .Juli.s's Florist
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the head of the
Children'sPool
orgunia. Simple in design, it !'lfi 1-jj II I

? Faster Dr. and Mrs D. W. Whiffen statue there of Christ stands, hand an inspiring hewn in featured a shoulder lengthcollal' SEE US TODAY !
with hand embroidered
i attended the Florida
Op- from blockof
than aspeeding tometric Convention in Jacksonville Italy an eight ton beadwork over lace. The hem Mr. and Mrs. William Tyinkof

+' bullet.. more power Wednesday to Sun- flawless white Carrara of the dress was also finishedin Holland Mich. and Mr and
marble is ina
an arm upraised Mrs. Charles Whitehead of
beadwork and
scallopedlace.
ful than a locomotive. able day. gesture of benediction. The .The cathl'drallength veil Jacksonville were last
to eat tall buildings Flowers for:Mother's Day ceremony of marriage was of candlelight Tulle was edgedin Thursday visitors of Mr. and
Julia's Florist offered by the Reverend lace and beadwork. The Mrs. A. B. Whitehead.DeWittCUones .
964-7711 Harry Fullilove at the base of BIG BEND

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Is it a bulldozer. i Mrs. Tom Casey and son, recognition
Lee. visited Mr. and Mrs and authority in the *:
earthquake. no it's a termite
an institution of marriage.
Chuck Moore in Lake City
and only FLORIDA PEST CON Saturday and celebrated the Gospel ballads were provided Mobile Homes
TROL can stop them. Call now birthday of W. F. Moore. by Ivy Peden. soloist
before ,it's too late.TERMITES. and Ken Keaton classical guitarist Funeral Home
F 10110A'C Mrs. A. J. Eaves Mrs. Ed for the Glory of our
\ Kimutis and Mrs. Warren Lord. Pianist was Douglas STARKE PHONE 964-62OO 5320 N W 13th St GAINESVILLE FLA3371E50
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waist. Attractive sound Walnut I
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summer kitchen'. grain cabinet 27-/4 pure vinyl. Tapered edges.
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BROOKERIN JeanneUe BRIEFby Prescott



SCHOOL NEWS Q1NING
Kindergarten Registration:
School office will be open
today until 6 p.m. for Kin-
dergarten Registration.
Tomorrow will be the last day
for registration. Any child
who will be enrolled in Kin-
dergarten next year needs to
register in the school office.

attend Any First Kindergarten student Grade who Registration this did year not: COME ON OUT TO THE SEVENTH BIG WEEK GRAND OPENING AT YOUR 825 S. WALNUT ST. WINN-DIXIi IN STARKE

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and will be six years old on or h BBll J IIK
before January L will also N SAVE w
need to register for the first rhERyua

grade.Mini Olympics: PRICES GOOD THURS. MAY 2

Elementary Tomorrow will be Brooker hostingthe cES THRU WED. MAY 8 H

Mini Olympic Games with '
Mini ; v iuAsii'' NOW/'our
Hampton Elementary y
Olympics is a contest 4Q1E I / _
Mr. Ezzell BtE
developed by in '
which all students compete in >
A'felrtfOAW
the standing broad jump ustLC TRA MRS l '
javelin 100 yard dash, and

restling. .
The student who gets the 'h '.. J1 t
pxl CE +r +e, : n ., )1
most points total will ny o e.K
y tq AL/y 'q6apNp5'r' ,
represent his or her grade and wiNp 1 w y
will compete against the _
winners from Hampton. The ry
activities will begin at approximately PEO"
eEEF
9:30: Friday
morning Winners for each D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
grade will receive gold silver Chuck Roast. LB88c W-D BRAND MILD CURED (QUARTER SLICED) HICKORY
and bronze awards. MILD CURED USDA CHOICE BEEF
Time permitting there will W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS I Smoked Ham LB88C
be a faculty Softball game in HICKORY FULL CUT' ROUNDSTEAK
,
,, SMOKED MILD CURED CENTER CUT
the afternoon. Each class has Shoulder Roast. LB. $119 .' HICKORY

been preparing an Olympic Ham Roast LB98C
W-D BRAND PURE ((3LB.PKG.$269).5LB)( PKG.$439))
the individual
flag to represent
(10 IB. PKG. $7 99)) I .
SMOKED HAM PATTIES)
classroom or grade. W D BRAND (TWELVE 401.

these Everyone activities.is invited to attend Ground Beef PKG99C; Beef Patties 3 plK8o. $199


Math Contest HICKORY SWEETSliced Bacon BBC 4 1 8 (W(16 D TO BRAND 20 LBS USDA AVC CHOICE-CUT ft BEEP WRAPPED WHOLE FREE)
LB.
Fussell Last Tuesday Deborah Green David, SWIFT PREMIUM ROUND HOSTESS SHANK{ I ,NrrINMarw.ol | 1 $ N.Y. Strip . LB $149

Elaine !Mott and David Canned Ham 4 $699 PORTION U S. CHOICE; W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE
CAN 5 8
traveled Westside
Sparks to ((6 TO BIBS AVG -CUT & WRAPPED FREE)
Elementary Glen St. Mary FRESH SHANK HALF OR WHOLE Tenderloins $249
with Mr. and !Mrs Stanley BO'' LB
contest Green to compete in a math Pork Hams LB 88e LB. LB.W FRESH BOSTON BUTT

D BRAND WHOLE HOG HOT OR MILD Pork Roast LB78c
Parent Teacher ConferenceNext .
week Friday May 10, Pork Sausage ROLL BBC WHOLE PORTION LB.78c
will be a parent-teacher W-O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN
conference day.Softball. BUTT PORTION STEAK Quantity Rights

Team 68e lB. $1 59 C WINN DIXIE Reserved STORES. INC
SAVE 11
straight Brooker game won last their week third SAVE 21DETERGENT C SAVE 47' COPYRIGHT 1974

Wednesday by downing
Lawtey 116. Bass Kelley THRIFTY MAID DEEP SOUTH
Dyal and Bigham each had
hits. Bass Melvin and
two
Bigham scored two runs each. APPLESAUCE
Billy Bigham hit an inside the GIANT TIDE II
park home run. Gene Melvin A"v
blasted a home run over the Limit with $7.50 or more purchase axel cigs. iuy'vPIrN
center field fence. This week Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excl. cigs. v'"u '
Brooker played First Baptist S p1hti.
Monday night. They will play M 1Yarsewro";
Cunningham Gulf tonight at 7 $i
p.m.
PERSONALSWe .. w 32-oz. 7 \

are happy Mrs. Eva ti j JARSAVE
Harrell is home from Alachua 49-oz. 16-oz. APPLC sp.Sntd .OcE
General She
Hospital. was PKC. CANS
released Friday April 26.
Mr. Pitt Baxter is home tIIeld
from Bradford County :+ 1 SAVI 21C-MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN
1 SAVI 27e-TITLIY
Hospital. We are glad to i 14c-THRIFTY MAID CORNfD RICE :=
TEA BAGS ,
report he'll be well.
Mrs.W. A Bishop of Mobile, BEEF HASH 100-CT. LB.PKO.
Ala visited a few days WlM BEIP PKO.Strawberries ,
recently with Mrs. Pearl 59J FRESH
Markey. SARA LEE
Sgt and Mrs. Paul D. THRIFTY MAID CUT RED RIPE FLORIDA FRESH No. 1 YELLOW
Prescott Jr. and daughter CHOCOLATE, WALNUT OR GOLDEN
VVantanee arrived in GREEN BEANS CORN
Jacksonville by plane Saturday -
April. 27. We picked LAYER CAKE
them up and came by his SAVE
aunt's Mrs Inus Bazar's in $ i $1
Jacksonville and by Mrs. 25e
Kathy Thornton's his sister'sin 12
Starke on our way home.
Mr and Mrs. Irving Hodge 16-oz.
and family were visiting with CANS EARS
the Prescott family Sunday.
3 9 9

MAID GREEN PINTS 7-oz.. MRS. SMITH'S DUTCH APPLE,
LEMON MERINGUE OR COCONUT
Because of you. LIMA CAKE
BEANS
today a man is 1 CUSTARD PIE
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on a dusty road
leading south SAVE US. EXTRA FANCY JUMBO RID DELICIOUS. r.. ICI CRIAM SANOWICHIS SUPIRBRAND OR ICI CRIAM



from Rawalpindi.reporting. analyzing.prob.. 4 16-ox.CANS 33e $1 1 J5'APPLES$ll! ia-pK PKO.BARS, 99J 26.0&PIE 6 9


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Christian Science Monitor CHEK All FLAVORS SAVE 1c-ARMOUR VIENNA HOOD FRESH PAN REDI!

reporters are gathering Soft Drinks 12 $100 3 o s $100 Orange Juice 3 85;: $100 1 '
Sausage
(facts for you ,in Moscow CANS . CA Shrimp . PKG 99C
Nairobi Beirut London KRAFT SALAD DIXIE DARLING GROUND BEEF SUGAR SWEET TYSON

Washington Tokyo San Francisco and Dressing . 3 :BTLS.88C;: Dinner Mixes 2 PKGS. $100 Honeydews 2 fOR $1 Chix N' Basket VK". $179

Because you need to 23' 12" ARROWAluminum THRIFTY MAID MIXED HARVEST FRESH GREEN TYSON CHICKEN SALISBURY OR TURKEY

understand,m order what's to change happening Foil 3 ROLLS 88C Vegetables 4 CANS" $100 Cabbage 2 HEADS' 39C Dinner . 4 'ttr.;. $199DEEP

what s wrong and to support SOUTH CRACKIN' GOOD YELLOW NEW CROP POLY BAG SHOESTRING FRENCH FRY

what The s Christian right. Science Peanut Butter 2 AoR' 99C Saltines . 2 s.88c Onions . 3 BAG IB 39C Potatoes 4/2* P a. 99C

Monitor gives you the f.lets THRIFTY MAID SAVE 6cDIXIE OARING SANDWICH SUPERBRAND SUPERBRAND WHIPPED

and being reports solved how problemsare It keeps Tomatoes . 3 2801.CANS $100 Bread . 2 LOAVES 24-at. 88C Twin Pops . 2 12PK PKGS. 99C Topping . 2 10 CUPS 99C

you informed but not depressed SAVE lOc-KAl KAN SAVE lle-DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER BUNS OR HOT DOG SUPERBRAND COFFEE FROZEN SLICED

uniquely-hopeful the Monitor outlook, hasa Cat Food . 5 CANS o $100 Rolls . 2 PKos. 59C Creamer . 5 its;::;: 99C Strawberries 2 !PK:&S: 99c:
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J Residents Oppose (From Page 11) Public Silent. (From Page 1)) Bomb Arrest .

who 'Is an employee{ of the board, Farris said, "I would from Union County and at the eastern boundary in (From Page 1))
State Health Department. request approval of this proceeding through Brookerand Clay County and proceeding "Now I want to know
In further support of the project if you think it is "good Graham, traversing the northwesterly through whether there is a bomb In T Y
project Farris gave to the zoning" and on the other handI northern shore of Hampton Lawtey and terminating at the that school or not1"! &
audience an exhibition of the would request your disapproval Lake and crossing US-301, intersection with SR-16. The "No-n-no, Sir" one youth :
scale drawings of the total if you think it is "bad then going on through length is 8.1 miles. answered, voice quavering
project and architectural zoning." Hampton. The eastern ter The fourth stretch of road is "That was as forceful as I
drawings of one of the multi- A motion to defer action on minus is at SR-lo0 near SR-221 which connects US-301 had to be" Dempsey
family unitsIn the matter for a period of 30 Theressa. with Hampton at SR-18 in reported. "They were completely
his closing remarks to the days was unanimously ap Second longest stretch is Hampton representing the honest about the entire tflJ
audience and to the zoning proved by the zoning board. SR-16 beginning at the Union southerly portion. The northern incident family: center
County line in the nor- portion of SR-221 beginsin Charges against the boys is
looooooao oaaao aoaaa aaaaoaaoaaaao aaaaaaaa thwestern part of Bradford Hampton at SR-18 and making a bomb threat hoax.1J.llllltellullce .
County near the Florida State connects with US-301 about
Alan Baxter ; Prison properties. The 9.2 two miles north of Hampton,
miles terminate at the Intersection 4.2 miles are the total length of 0. .
with US-301 in SR-221. (From Page 11) U.S. HIGHWAY 301 1
Painting>< l Contractor Starke. Bids for the re The four mile stretch of SR- properly. But BMS personnel I
building of that portion of SR- 227, known as the "Brooker continually complains that
ResidentialCommercial t 16 within the city limits of turn-off," begins at US-301, areas of the 40,000 square foot
Starke will be called for in the about two miles south of building hot.
are extremely
very near future by the DOT. Starke, and connects with SR- Larger motors to move more 81 ARKE FLORIDAOpen
964-5236 That part of SR-16 from about a mile north and westof air into the building are being ,
Starke going east to the Clay Hampton Lake. tried, 3 hp motors instead of 2
Serving The Starke and Keystone County line will be retained in 3.8 miles of SR-230, locally hp, but school personnel said Daily 9 to 9 P.M.Sunday 1 12 to P.M.
the State's Primary Road known as the "New Blanding the area in which that has
Heights Area. TF System. Highway," begin in Starke at been tried was the hottest Golden T
The third section in length is US-301 and terminate at the Monday.
a portion of SR-225 beginning Clay County line. OIL I
That portion of SR-21 Voters '. :?m Page 1)) '. -
beginning at the Clay County
line in the southern part of No. 3 ((372)) 290. '
Bradford County, making a No. 4 (334)) 249. -<* $157
WELLS ELECTRIC 3.4 mile loop into Bradford No. 5 ((643)) 435. FILTERS
County, following the eastern No.6(265)( ) 212. t .'"
shore of Santa Fe Lake, and No. 7 ((382)) 226. i t= EACH
terminating at the Clay No. 8 ((691)) 433. "
County line just south of No. 9 ((637)) 536. '
A t Sizes
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No.
SERVICEElectrical Keystone Heights. 10 ((484)) 426. ,'
The shortest section of roadis No. 11 ((464)) 366. I ,g. For Various
SR-231, beginning at SR18in No. 12 ((361)) 272. _Oil f.
No. 13A / Model Cars
Contractors Brooker. ((491) 355.
No. 13B ((103) 76.
No. 14 (283)( ) 200.
\ t g 1 tee No. 15A ((285) 205.Pleasant -. Golden T
Old tampsWoodstock No. 16 ((97)) 88.

n\\\O: t = i \ates Shades Hope
R. EstSet TRANSMISSIONFLUID I B BAexRaN
v\Ce y .,, tamp Parts Revival Begins i
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RrttiqueEmporium Revival starts Sunday
RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIALDIAL night, May 5, at 7:30: at
Pleasant Hope Church.
964-6061 Everyone is invited to at dUTOMATIt: 0Qt.
928 N W 4ih Si ANSNiISS10M1'
SERVING STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949 j tend.Rev Johnnie Larimore will l lfl Qt. Size .
S
32091 G.ainesville bring the message.
744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE s.

BOX 607 ?
P.O. GOSPELSING:

---------------------,-- ------... There will be a gospel singat 60; Size D
Beulah Baptist Church on
highway 21 eight miles Southof
,
Middleburg on May 4 at 730pm. : -

'PtlJl aF Featured. singers will be the EVEREADYBATTERIES c i
Golden Gate trio of Jacksonville 33
the Salazar family and l ,.
the Week's family of Green
Cove Springs. The public is
SUIT cordially invited to attend
DRESS & PANT says L. A. McGee. pastor Pkg.9f2


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CARn 0."TII.\\KS:
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]In time of death and sorrowI -w"
90 PRINTS would like to thank everyone '' I
for all prayers and flowers Mae'
SOLIDS and food during the time of my
husband and father's death. 30 Wt. Non-Detergent
!May God bless you all.
': .. STRIPES ..
,l l -!Mrs. (sham R.Davis

I, ''( r ; and children A AC Regular

1 k CARD OF THANKSThe
IN SHORT SLEEVES .
= family of the late Mrs. 0
AND SLEEVELESS Irene Fergerson who departedthis SPARK
57
life on April 24 wishes to
STYLES express our sympathy for the
many acts of kindness you've I PLUGS EACH
shown us during this bereavement -
These thoughtful acts s'ti 1 ,:
have been a great source of
comfort in our sorrow, and will

memory always remain a cherished Black& Decker Y4"


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Find strength/ for jour life
this Sunday by worshipping .
20 /O God at the friendly III...o-, JLr'd7 .s'I: '1I4'' Scan' -
OFF t First Baptist Slarke.Church of I 3.r.001t

Great Christian :Music!

FOR MOTHER'S DAY I z. Warm Gospel Preaching: t C? cp I .

THISSt'NDAY: :
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rh!, Speaker Dr. Bill Dudley Expensive features at a low price! Solid
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k r' "A Burden for Souls" SOLID STATE 75 Sq. in.

Sizes 1 14 '/a a24 /a Church Training 6:13: p.m. With UHF/VHF Viewing Area TELEVISION
Evening Praise 7:30: p.m. Weighs Only
15% Lbs. t 12" Black & White
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2nd thru Saturday 1 11th only at Christians SCHOOL learning to : 95 .
May
Sale runs Thursday May share their faith In Christ. 69

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'We Are Committed to Care
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Page 10 TELEGRAPH !May 2. 197*

tree f On Tornado Defense



14BHS Thinclads V.d EIt'

{ After Sixth PracticeImprovements


are being few more to name as standout are both battling lor t the full-
Make To Regioni ky seen on the upcoming performers." back spot, but (Hull has an
.i0.' Bradford High grid squad, "One of the biggest con- apparent lead.Another .
1'J after the sixth day of spring cerns on the offensive squad is three way vie is
i Bradford High thinclads sixth place. 11 schools com The sprint medley relay practice, according to Head the offensive guard where we taking place in the quarter
Ii gavel to Winter Park peted in the meet. team of Bennett!, Tim Crews, Coach David Hurse. lack depth," stated Coach back spot now that Jimmy
'as' to compete in the The mile relay team placed James Chandler, and Gordon Y I, "The spirit has picked up Hurse. Prevatt and Jackson Prevatt
,ion II Track Meet after second behind Ocala placed fourth in District witha FJ3' 1)A k''J'U and the enthusiasm is better. A three way battle in the have started practice after
,.i lIving at District last Vanguard with a time of time of 2:07.2: minutes. The Now we are looking for some offensive backfield looks goodas l finishing baseball season
iri.i.' in Palatka. 3:29.7.: OV came in a half 880 Relay team took fifth leadership," commented far as the running backs Dariel Moore, a freshman, is
",..111 the Tornadoes second ahead, 3:39.2.: Mem- place with a time of 1:35.5.: Coach Hurse of the some 52 but the offensive line is where the third member of the quarterback
pd fourth in the meet with bers of the BHS team are The team was Robert Brown, players now out. Some of the weare lacking" states Hurse. team "They are all
.i - i dual events. Larry Sherman, and Sheldon non, and Tim Crews Bradford junior varsity squad which Reddish are manning the left Ilurse.
..Ika r South took the meet Hodge. Larry Sherman took first sit in basketballers Curtis White and Able Williams begins its regular practicenext halfback spot while Bruce
front of
> '116 points followed by "The mile relay team has place in the 330 intermediate future Coach :Neal: Chantey after bothlilltnt'd Monday. Coach Hurse Barnes and Kenny Aycox are "Now:/ we are going to spenda
I I..* Vanguard with 80 and an excellent opportunity to be hurdles to get a definite berthin Palatka.grants-in-aid to the St. Johns River Junior College in expects about 35 to remain playing on the other half of the great deal of time defensively -
i '. ,de with 51. Bradford in the top three places in Region with a time of 40:2: with the varsity after every- backfield. this spring, trying to find
died 43 points for fourth Regional and should qualifyfor seconds He also placed fourthin body drops. Matt Hull and Jimmy Clark some depth" says Hurse.
d..co Buchholz 33 for fifth state," stated Head Track the high hurdles with a timeof "We now have all the
rl ,North" Marion 25, taking Coach Grover Howard. 16.1 to qualify in that event. White and Williams players out that were playing
"Sherman should win the baseball and the people still in
intermediate hurdles and go track are splitting their time" Dixie; ; You I li Baseball

Wise Pitches 3 Hitter to state a good and opportunity Jimmy Cauleyhas in the Sign To St. Johns states Last Hurse.week the coaches

I pole vault," stated Howard. reported that the defense was Program To Begin;
placed second in the behind but Defensive
Cauley greatly
White the
Two top Tornado basket- was leading
But BHS Still Loses pole vault with a jump of 10.6 ballers signed grants to St. scorer with an average of 13.8 Line Coach Mike Sexton saysit Starke Hecreation come t to bat.
feet, while taking third in the Johns River Junior in points while is picking up this week, Department's Dixie Youth The ladies Irom the newlytornml -
hurdles with time of 43.2. College per game better I I Ht'l'l'l'allon'ouih
330 a "They are looking Baseball Program for boys
Wise threw three Bradford scored in the sixth Palatka after excellent Williams, out for part of the
T 'im a
He also placed sixth in the and the defense has improveda ages 10-12, will get play underway Auxiliary will be handling the
'ter .it Green Cove inning. Wise walked, stole careers at Bradford High that season,ended with an
Thursday averageof "
high hurdles with a time of little since last week, Saturday. :May 4, witha concession stand this year and
ghl. but Bradford High second and got to third on a help lead to the finals in State 10.2 points per game. Both
commented Sexton. "We will of
( provide
are plenty
big Opening Day good
seballers failed to support sacrifice. Then BHS tried a 16.5.Terry Play-offs. were assets to the team.
Hayes took fourth few Celebration. !things to t-al.
finally getting a thing accomplished -
suicide to but Curtis White 6'3,190 White was the
with hits and pounds,
pitching good squeeze score top
place in the discus throw witha but we still havea Fesliviti's111 l begin at :3 The fans will see brand/ ('\\
rii\! Wise in down and Abie Williams 6'2 1-2, rebounder,
'iM ; High Devils edged 2-1 was caught a run 180 grabbing an "
distance of 129.8 feet. He is long to with the Small iinilonus teams this
on our
way go. p m. Fry !
'tthe Tornadoes to land a and was hit in the head with pounds, were leaders in the average of 10.7 per game
the BHS competitor for Junior Edwards is Softball t thanks
only to
Tommy teams to
Tornado get everyone year our sponsors
x-rth in the District Class 3A the ball, getting the run. team that finished as
region in field events. district, and while Williams averaged 7.1. running at the defensive in the mood us they uill play a Southern )Discount, Guaranty
I mrnament. "The just didn'tcome
hitting Mark Hodges qualified in regional White was named an All- tackle spot now and he has double-header. This group' Federal. ('01',1 'ola o'liamesville. ;1
Wist held Green Cove to around this season but champions with a 23-4 record.
a the 880 run in fourth place witha Conference, AllTournamentState been looking impressive, age 79.'l'hcn ( HI'Ol: 1)11)2.) ):! and
l in the overall with
ngl< run second inning we are pleased time of 2:03.3: while Paul ( ), All-State, and All- according to Sexton. the Athletic House (Guaranty
for a single, a steal, a the year and the" kids really Parsons placed sixth in 2:05.0: POISON: : PREVENTION: : : ; Region third teams player. Sophomore Scott Pooser has at 6 p.m.. the Dixie Federal and! Athletic House:
.1 ritu-e and a wild pitch that worked hard, commented minutes Larry Paterson Do not take medications in also been working at tackle Youth Boys will show off their! are new sponsors in our
"I i i man come in from third Head Baseball Coach Harry placed fifth in the two mile run front of children and never Williams was named to the and is also doing a good job at new uniforms) with play basedon league
i the in Hatcher.
.i.M'-e( winning run to land a berth in Regionalwith refer to medicines as candy.In All-Conference team for the the noseman spot. the Jamboree system. The The I'l'gulal''aoll: ( : will gel
eventh and final "Wise fine
ic inning. pitched a game a time of 10:45.5."I case of poisoning, phone 1- third straightyear and "Pooser looks like the kind league has live teams this IIl1dl'l'U101111,1: \. :M.i i Ii.
i een Cove scored a run in giving up only three hits, was pleased with the 389-7751, St. Vincent's finished last season with a of kid that can play for us year and it would not 1 In- with a !single game betweeniii.iranty
'and to out three and
e' inning gain ain striking walking placing and the good job that Hospital, Jacksonville, the total of 266 points. somewhere" commented possible for all five teams to ( Federal couched
lead when double commented
'.! inning. only two the runners did," stated nearest Poison Control "We are pleased to have Sexton playa game on this day So a 'ny Jerry'AlfCnll( h and the Elk
oj l in
a second Hatcher. "We played real
man on
1 ihun' defense Coach Howard. Center, for an antidote. both these young men as partof Dale Haas has had a good plan has been devised so that Lodge: ( coached! by Daid!
good our program and they are week at the defensive end spot every boy will get to play and Bennett Gdntt'tuneli.t3pin( |:
two of the best players in the and Coach Sexton feels that he
district," stated Head St. can be a real' steady per- r----------------


flawy mfr !* Slade A0fl.*n!nil; Conditioning=- Johns Chancey.The Basketball Bradford. pair Coach nailed Neal former season Early for Chandler the Tornadoes, a junior next I I I Charlie's Carpet I

332 W.Madison Starke
down their this year, will be playing his
scholarships in
tryout in Palatka against a second year at the linebacker I:
-- SJRJC varsity players. The spot on the varsity club. "He : & Installation I II
has been real impressive andis
CarrjeiGas two kept bombing the basket
t) \\I \ "' with their sure jump shots. doing a good job on play recognition .
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,' and has a lot of I
J They beat SJRJC players
Is
L i consistently in one on one quickness. .
g iL "These few of the
are a
situations and
; Furnace as local fans
defensive that kind of
know they can do, jumped players Now Open :
and used their stand out in the first week of
high long' reach
"
j j I and quickness to block shots practice, commented Sexton I
;
"I feel sure that in the
from St. Johns
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League after last
Koch's
Friday squeezed 8-7 by
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Norman's defeated hapless lead, and 6-0 lead in the
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Plus .Nec...ary E'eclr-cal' 'Wiring. the fourth. Carolyn Redding i -
made a home run with first (LLLC4"'h % HHntttltljj Sfritm
time at bat in the fourth.

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Colonial scored their last run. !
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Union County's UHS Principal Walks Out Of Hearing ; I



Board Votes. Dismissal At End Of Year

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LAKE BUTLER Union stood up and said: the meeting.In advice
votedto from Carroll that he the record by Bates who said
School Board members "At this
point I would
of the motions
one Meyer felt this would be the
dismiss Lake Butler Middle suggest to this Board right that he was moving past thesein
that to
filed into the record asking for thing to do where no witnesswas order to refrain from
School Principal Bruce Clarkeat continue this
proceeding the entire Board to
disqualify going to be called
on the the Board sit
the end of the school would having
year just be an exercise in themselves Meyer stated that '
charge.
after Clarke walked out of the futility and only add further to of his basedon throughout the night and into
one reasons was
After a brief recess the the next day to hear them.
public hearing called Tuesday the deprivation of rights to the fact that the school
night on his behalf to hear 19 which Mr. Clarke is entitled. nurse mentioned in one of the proceeding continued in the
charges of failure in the Without absence of Clarke and his
having this construedas Clarke
charges against by attorneys with the resultant Carroll,however, instructedthe
performance of his duties any sort of waiver and Cason,was in fact the mother-
Case alleged by School Superin- verdict of the Board as they Hoard prior to their
Far renewing demand that in-law of Board member
From my an
FinishedUC tendent James Cason. impartial hearing examinerbe Thomas sat in this quasi-judicial role a voting, that even though they
Mobley.
Clarke, along with his legal four to( one vote for dismissal, be aware of the other charges
empowered would Mobley said under direct
we
they had not heard evidenceon
with only Board member
counsel Ronald G. Meyer and suggest at this time Carroll that he
that questioning
we by
Donald Dukes (they should not consider
Band Director Stanley Marable of Tampa will not continue with this had not conferred with his abstaining
StatesLAKE these in their
and Rich Layer executive proceeding." mother-in-law and that he did from the vocal ballot. making decisionto
- director of Gator Country Dukes has differed with the dismiss or retain the
The standing not discuss Board business
room only .
of the Board in their principal.FLORIDA
BUTLER- Richard the witnesses would be even attorney, C. Valentine Batesof Uniserv left the meeting a crowd of teachers and with her in any case. majority decisions both Clarke'shearing
Rue, Union County High though we asked for this information Gainesville when Rue's little less than one hour after it residents applauded Clarke as Cason's legal counsel C. and on
the
School's band director, found prior to the attorney Stanley Marable of began. Meyer filed four he rose and walked from the Valentine Bates of Band Director hearing Richard given
himself adjudged guilty and hearing," Rue said. Tampa,pointed out during the motions for the hearing to be courtroom followed by his Gainesville, objected to the last week in which the Board Rue
told he will be dismissed from Rue was charged by Schools course of the hearing that an given a continuance and after attorneys."We point Meyer was trying to also voted to dismiss
continuing contract at the end Superintendent James Cason adjustment could be made in each of the motions being will draft a complaintand make stating that he had no Rue
of the school year by Union with four counts of failure in the supplement according to denied by Board Chairman go to a U.S.Federal Court intention of calling the school with again Dukes on a four to one vote
County School Board at a job performance. Failure of Rue's contract and that Cason Ray Crawford, acting after because of the obvious abuseof nurse to testify in the case. voting to retain
public hearing!: last week but the band to enter competition had not requested an ad- advisement by Board Attorney Mr. Clarke's constitutional The objection was sustainedby Rue.Dukes said at the close of THEATRE
says the case is far from being in the past several years justment in the amount paid to Wayne Carroll, Meyer rights..." Meyer said outside Crawford after receiving Clarke's hearing "There are
over. failure
to
Rue
provide leadership
"We are definitely to the band failure two sides to every story and Fri. Sat. Sun.
going to submit
farther," Rue said lesson Brooker Streaks To To tonight I have heard only one.
telephone interview in a failure plans on time and 4-0 Lead Men I abstain."

Wednesday night. late to implement a choral '_ _'d__ u...._ h. From the way the h I I ;
group for which Rue receiveda d vuivei', Williv win Robinson.First Lawtey during the first gameof second game. Baldwin heldFirst proceeding was conducted,
"I was denied due process $300 supplement to his ning streak in the Men's Baptist scored in the the night holding them to Baptist to 19-6 hits. D. not even all of one side was 7
my attorney and I did not salary. Sottbali League squeezed by sixth on Kelton's homer, then five hits as they dominated the Bennett hit a home run for heard, with some 11 of the
know that Mr. Cason was This final charge was First Baptist Monday night to added two more in teh bottomof hitting with 15.Cunningham. Baldwin. charges not being read into
going to call witnesses or who dropped by Cason and his take a lead in the league. the seventh on a Brooker
Brooker squeezed by First error and back to back hits by rolled 12-5 over
Baptist with an 8-7 win,duringthe Jim Duncan and Dale Haas, Baldwin, during the second Student Aid Needs Are ToldThe 1: ryy
first game of the night. but fell one run short which game, holding Baldwin to six
, Brooker took a first inning 4-1 leaves First Baptist with a 3-2, hits as Cunningham collected rapid growth of Santa around $70,000 is needed to
I tft treasures lead, but First Baptist tied the record. 13 hits. For Baldwin, R. Fe Junior College and the match all grant-in-aid funds
game 4-4 in the fourth. Baldwin Chevrolet rolled 15- Thomas had two hits, leaving service it is performing to Dr. Robertson said. He said WALTDISff
for Mother! Henry Harrell singled and 5 over First Methodist during Baldwin with a record of 23. education in this area were financial assistance would be EY
Gene Melvin homered in the the second game Monday discussed by its president, welcome from anyone wishingto
She'll Cherish A Hand fifth to give Brooker a 6-4 lead. night, holding First Methodistto Wednesday night, April 24, Alan J. Robertson at the contribute to this program rtooutndss'"Napoleon
Made Brooker added two more runs 11 hits as they dominatedthe Brooker went 11-6 over Starke Rotary Club last week. which makes a college education
Gift'/ From You in the bottom of the sixth on hitting with 13. Lawtey during the first game Dr. Robertson said that available for those who
Or Give Her Handwork To Do back to back base hits by R. Last Thursday night First outhitting Lawtey 13-11. For Santa Fe was operated on an could not otherwise afford it and
McRaney, J. B. Mott, and Joe Baptist rolled 13-2 over Lawtey, T. Crawford "open door policy"and did not Dr. Robertson was introduced
averaged the most with three turn away anyone who was by Rotarian Bill Samantha"X01
Many Unusual Gift Suggestions At , hits, leaving Lawtey with a 1-2 qualified and wanted an Glover.
record. education. If the student does
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1 speaker said that Santa
,I Rick or Bob,"Comway"Twitty Brown Methodist Electric 14-7. outhit Two home First Fe now has 54,000 full time = DRIVE-IN
eye students and between 7,000
runs were hit by R. Thomas
and total
8,000 enrollment, .
COLONY and M. Graudons for Smith including night classes and "That pain in the neck you Frl Sat
Mobile I Home I Sale. and Brown. extension courses. I complain about may be the result

ap .,.9-gDaf.y.; 11-6 on Sunday, To meet present demand. of looking backward."
tan BESSEYF! ROAD Tuesday night, April 22,

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Page 12 TELEGRAPH May 2, 1971



"I Summer Training. Just Hike For Men In Local Co. DFor

-

e I most units of the approximately 170 men. weapons and various other The 170 men from Starkeare spending the days in trainingand ,
Florida National Guard The Starke Guardsmen are home at night
military equipment.Company only a small percentage of
II annual training at Camp started their two weeks of D will be per- the 2,500 solides from something which the great
Blanding means a lengthy summer training this past forming those functions until throughout Florida currently majority of men at the camp
cross-state trip. weekend. the training at Camp Blanding undergoing training at Camp now cannot do.
But for Comapny D, 53rd The Starke unit's mission is concludes on May 12. On Blanding. It may seem a bit like the
Support Battalion, summer to furnish maintenance Thursday the Starke unit will old Camp Blanding days this
camp means just taking a hike support for all units of the 53rd participate in the annual For the 15 days of annual weekend, with a great many
IiI ?r' Yr down the road. Company D is Infantry Brigade Most of the parade at Camp Blanding. summer training Co. D has more green uniforms seen
tie, n the Starke unit of the Florida maintenance is performed on Commander of Company D joined the other companiesthat around than usual.
,, National Guard, composed or trucks, tractors radios, is Captain James Reddish. make up the 53d Infantry Units will start leaving
Saturday, May 11,
iIi rzs Brigade located throughout camp next
Florida. The current group of and will arrive at their home
over 2,500 men will be largestof stations the same day. They
several groups to train at will spend Sunday May 12, in
i --- ,,"_._"! Blanding over the summer. armory training.
7 'y".l '$ !." ,' The guardmen will be off Brig. Gen. Kennedy C.
t1I ; : duty this weekend, Saturdayand Bullard, tax assessor of
'J/a\ :.. Sunday, and most local Ilillsborough County commands
-, r,;:; :tv' men will be free to spend the the brigade currentlyin
,: ,"I:' rT-k I'.. weekend at home. Some are training at Blanding.a'.


Maryann Moran, one of just five women stationed at Blanding with over 2.500 men, works Ins U' ,\
the dentist's office during summer camp. Miss Moran is a member of Co. B. St. Petersburg and
is a mt'dical-cllnlcalspe-c1alist.


This Pretty Pert, Blonde Haired Miss


; Just Must Like The Military Life I
L sa

Maryann Moran is in the Miss Moran, a member of some trouble getting waivers
i, kind of position that would Company B, Medical, 53rd and was sent to the National
<, make most girls envious. Support Battalion, is a Guard.
The pert, blond-haired Miss medical-clinical specialistwith Miss Moran hasn't ___ :
g Moran is one of five women her St. Petersburgbasedcompany her __
regretted move, althoughshe _
stationed with over 2,500 men and got into the does admit to
"feeling a
I at Camp Blanding for the Guard on its "Try One" .CAI :
little in while. '
last November."I funny" once a ?
i annual summer training program i- _-_
1 session of the 53rd Infantry was going into the "It's kind of tough going out
Brigade of the Florida regular army," she related in the field in the morning,"
j .
National Guard. Monday, "but was having she mused. "You just can't go a
walking into any tent." r" ,* w4rr

Miss Moran who previously T
t served a 14-month tour as a
t .....,... nurse at Walter Reed Army nN + f ,v
\ I Hospital in Washington, said
she wanted back in military
; life to get "more training
And she probably gets more SP5 Leroy Clay of Co. I) repairs an M-9 grenade launcher.

I than most. In addition to beinga
member of Company B,
! Med. Maryann also works full-
I: time at Brigade Headquartersin

Ir ,,. Tampa. Sgt. James Wainwright with a truck belonging to( the Bradford ('tlllllty'oluntt't'r Fire i.
: A .. "The job isn't permanent Department. The reason the truck is there is because of the quick rt'spon..ein case of a fire. The l-
r .. .+.", If M 4 ;'tQ yet" she said, "but I hope it Guard and BCVFU work closely In a fire protection program. The Guard maintains the HCVKI -
= '" '.- '! :J t. will know be in some June."day. I should vehicles and will be making minor repairs on the fire truck during off duty hours at summer _

.
. camp.
--
she likes
Maryann says 4I'1yy
i I T / what she's doing and would W f
probably reenlist tomorrow if 'FklT1( r q s
1yy
J" ; her year was up. rtU r
"' 11t4
"There are good and bad + 'tr'l
: points to the Guard," she said,
\ $: "
,I' "but you can find that
: anywhere. I like what I'm
/II- doing. Yes, I think I'd
i r reenlist."

: Robert Dodd and Wayne Prevatt perform the task that's as And, of course there is the i 6t. r
3 old as the Army itself peeling spuds for the noon meal. odds. '

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Taxpayers in Bradford County as minimum to meet "local effort" require-
well as others throughout the state, can ments in order to receive their fair shareof SP4 Daniel ltosler.('0. D, repairs a radio set for a jeep.

expect to pay higher tax bills this year in the state and federal funds. The

i spite of promises of relief in Tallahassee.This minimum required in order for the h'I
is the opinion expressed last week counties to get their state and federal

I by Harold Wayne the outspoken tax funds is seven or eight mills and can
; assessor of St. Johns County who range up to the maximum of ten which
I brands the Tallahassee promises as "a the Bradford County School Board is .
J cruel hoax which can only mislead tax- presently levying. I r-
i "
payers. .j
Legislation is now pending requiring y

i Wayne deplores the fact that Floridatax school millage to be rolled back to eight
assessors are being forced to assess mills but it is obvious that if assess- bAI
: all property in their counties at marketor ments double in Bradford County this

( sale) value rather than at the "justvalue" will not be a sufficient roll-back to keep I r
Tey
a' t tv
provided for in the Constitution. taxes at the same level with the I'r'j i ? rG v t,

, In view of the present Florida land previous year. This would require a roll _
: boom combined with galloping inflation back to approximately five mills, but I
1 current sales are at an inflated figure this in turn would cause a loss of state

! which does not represent the "just and federal funds which last year t r
value" of the property in many instances brought the county school system

; around 3500000. _

: Apparently tax assessors are being It is obvious that the legislature
forced now to assess property at 100 per should develop some other system of
$ cent of these inflated values and allotting state and federal funds to the .
assessor Long predicts that under the county school system rather than -- .-

:, reassessment now being made the value forcing them to keep their millage highin SP5 Terry llardee repairs a ripped tent in the fabric shop. (Suppose his wife knows he can Gen. Kennedy C. Bullard. 53d Inf. Brigade commander,
- of much property in Bradford Countywill order to qualify.As sew that well) opens the two week summer encampment at Ida ruling withan
double. address to the troops Sunday night.

Assessor Wayne points out the
.: Under the new taxing procedure real defect in the promised roll-back is ) f./

S counties are supposed to roll back their the failure or refusal of legislators to Jjqt

millage to a point where the higher remove the required "local effort" in the Bible Answers:

assessment roll will bring in the same Educational Financing Act of 1973 and _
I amount of tax dollars that was raised by to pay to each school district the state
the lower assessment in the previous and federal dollars they should receivefor

r year but here again there is a "bug" in full time equivalent students without WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A CHRISTIAN
the law that the Legislature has not yet requirement of a minimum millage
taken care of and that is why Assessor It means that we should fdlovy Christ as sheep follow their shepherd
'I Wayne calls the pending millage roll- Unless something is done to1 remedythis because he is the shepherd and we are the sheep(Jno. 10))
back law "the crudest hoax of all." flaw in the system taxpayers will It means that we should obey Christ and be loyal to him as citizens of thE
have a rude awakening when tax bills kingdom because Christ is the king and we are the citizens (Acts 2:29.35Col. :
1:13: Eph. 2:19): ).
The bill states that if a tax roll increases are mailed out next fall. It is obvious ,4 r sy I I IJ Ir ;
6 It means that we should bear fruit for Christ as branches in'the vine
! by fifty cent the will that roll-back of two millsfrom
per millage a only because Christ is the vine and we are the branches(Jno. 15:1-61.)
i be rolled back the same amount or cut ten to eightwill mean an increase in It means that we should cooperate and function as members of the
:
: in half. But on the other hand local taxes if assessed values increase as ,J body, because Christ Is the head of the body and we are members (I Cor
I school boards are required by much in Bradford County as they are kc "' '' as. .k"+ l r 12:14-27): )
Tallahassee to raise their millage expected to. It means that we should shine as lights in the world because Christ i i-
i rW._ the light of the world Jno.( 8:12: ; Phil..2:15): ).
--- -- e It means that we should fight and endure hardness
as soldiers becaus
BRADFORL. ) Christ is the captain and we are the soldiers (Heb. 2:10: ; II Tim. 2:3: ; Eph
+' 5'a s 3:14-17): ).
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I Legal! The Best Mother's Day Present



NOTICE OF RRDFMPTION IN THE CIRCUIT MARIE JARVIS Respondent. Bradford County Florida
THE (lrY OF HfAKKK: .LOlun" COURT.
NArilHAI. Rr.Vr.NOK BONOS FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- NOTICE BYPUBLICATION fictitious name under the Possible -g HOMEy
DATED JUNK I I. 1909
FORD COUNTY. provisions of aforesaid statute.
NOTICE IN ,iiritrHY: GI\PN: that all James Trowel) sole owner.
ol the oilimnmliMK", Niiturnl' OliO _
i llevetiiie Koiulii,' o( the (Sty nf DiMnbutiiiu Niarke, CIVIL ACTION To: MARIE JARVIS Dated this 30th day of April
.,,,,.id., dlll.ct l liiin. I. IIMMI, ',
ulil.hm.iun( "' Route 1, Box 125B A. D. 1974 at Starke Rorida. I
after June I. 11174 !hi the auureuati ,
!iipnl! : atimuiil of luii: ;; :Hundred NVn, Case No. 74-97 Starke Florida 32091 5/2 4t 5/23
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In the ante axed for recltMiiptioti' "phi,, Rp.II'n MARTHA GOODMAN wife Petition for Dissolution of not be responsible for any bills
of lour .per rent um (14'
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HUI made for other
,' if Marriage has been filed or by any one
"""lIIt redeemed on IIIDP I againstyou
Sinn Lave been rolled for prior rodiiinplionon ; NOTICE OF SUIT- in the above named Court than myself as of April 15, 1974. III ,
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Kovenue Hondi lire numbered", 'limllire NO PROPERTY and you are required to serve a
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dote, of June 1.. 1(174( upon the pnwentallonof otherwise a judgement may be this 15th day of April, A. D. OF INTENTIONTO I II
.lull noiifli. aiiompHtiiDd by all
maturinir uftnr aaid, rednmption, date coupon at the entered against you for the relief 1974. REGISTER ( Ml
Honda Monk at Htarke. in the City of demanded In the complaint or FICTITIOUS NAME I II
hlurke. SIHIe' of Florida Bands I
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uted Clerk Pursuant Section 865.09 Today I II
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era in blank Intermit on aid hondo malurinu > By: Beulah. Moody Florida Statutes notice is here-
on or prior to eaid, redemption dale' will seal of said Court on April 2,
be paid; : in the. usual manner InterMt onnaiu 1974. Deputy Clerk by given that the undersignedBen I She'll Have Mother In Her New Mobile Home
bomb will I cruise to a..rue from: and 4/18 4t 5/9 Spears Box 1045 Starke
after cud redemption, date By Mother's Day
Dated at the C'ily' of Htarke' Florida, GILBERT BROWNAs Florida 32091 doing business I
CliuJJlid day of April 11174.CITY Clerk of said Court Section 1A under the firm name of "BUD'SAUTOMOTIVE" I
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OF IoIT.\III\E. FI.OIIIIH
By MPKIIIIl. LIM\nDS By: Dorothy Moore Road 229-A
C'Ily Clerk As Deputy Clerk INVITATION FOR BIDS Heilbronn Springs Bradford

4/11 4t 512NOTICE County Florida 32091 intendsto Mobile Homes

1A-01 Invitation to Bidders: register said fictitious name Mustang
NOTICE REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO OF INTENTIONTO under the provisions of aforesaid

REGISTER Notice is hereby given that the statute.
FICTITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS NAME City of Starke Florida will re- Ben Spears sole owner. I
ceive sealed bids in the City Dated this 30th day of April, 1
Pursuant to Section 86509 Pursuant to Section 86509 Council Chambers City Hall, A. D. 1974 at Starke Rorida. 1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-7212 Open Til Dark
Florida Statutes notice is here- 5/2 4tp 5/23
Starke Florida, until 7:00: .m.
by that the undersignedMary Florida Statutes notice is p
given o'dock on the 7th day of May
Martin 2229 Raiford Road, hereby given that the under-
Starke Florida 32091 doing signed Paul Stegall P. O Box 1974 for construction of the

business under the firm name of 434, Keystone Heights, Florida Reno and Dalewood Area Sewerage -
CHARLIE'S CARPET AND IN- doing business under the firm Then in the Council
Chambers all bids will be pub-
STALLATION", 126 N Court name of Paul's Drive-In
St., Starke Bradford County Cleaners 418 West Call Street licly opened read aloud and

Florida 32091 intends to Starke Florida 32091, intendsto recorded.
said fictitious name under register the register said fictitious name Above construction will be located EveryDaylowPrke EveryD lyLowPrice
in the Northwest and
of aforesaid under the provisions of aforesaid
provisions statute Northeast area of the City of
statute.
Mary Martin sole owner. Starke Florida. FLORIDA GRADE 'A' REGULAR GRIND
Dated this 30th day of April, Pantry
This consists of addi-
project
A, D 1974 at Starke. Florida. Paul Stegall FAIRSUPERMARKETS Prid ELEC.fR
51/ 4tp 5123NOTICE Sole Owner tions to the municipal sewerage FRESHFRYERS 'r C PERK
Dated this 16th day of April system consisting of, but not "
A. D 1974 at Starke Rorida. limited to: (la) installation of approximately -
OF INTENTIONTO 4/18 4tp 5/9 7200 feet of 8-inch

REGISTER vitrified clay sewer pipe and appurtenances STARKE'S COFFEEEvcryDayLowPricc
FICTITIOUS NAME (bl installation of
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION 320 SOUTH
two ((2)) package type submersible -
Pursuant to Section 866.09 FOR Ic) WALNUT ST.
sewage pumping station,
Florida Statutes, notice is TAX DEED installation of approximately 120 WHOLE ". .rear,.. LOW Paco, aDDD rM5
hereby given that the undersigned feet of 6-inch force main, force woe .D.U..U..DDDDY..U C
.... 1 LB
John Beckett, P. 0 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN main encasement and appurtenances 2 PER 3g NIGH NIGHTS cseenm S '4 OUUTlTY 7 9

Box 353 Starke Florida 32091 that Isham Wilson the holder of and (dl) approximately BAG smgasedtotcar BAG
doing business under the firm the following certificates has 1700 feet of 4-inch force main LB ILtD.ll. FOOD ITIMfCOUPONS
name of "BECKETT'S filed said certificates for a tax and appurtenances.All 1111111

TRANSFER", P. O. Box 353 deed to be issued thereon. The work performed shall be in

Edwards Road. Starke, Bradford certificate numbers and years of accordance with the plans

County Florida 32091 intendsto issuance, the description of the specifications and contract -
register said fictitious name property and the names in documents pertaining thereto I EvcryDayLowPricc Every DayLowPricc BonusBuy:

under the provisions of aforesaid which it was assessed are as which may be examined at the

statute. follows: office of the City Clerk Starke CENTER CUT BONELESS FULL CUT. CENTER CUT FRESH FLORIDA
John Beckett, sole owner. Certificate No. 51, Year of Florida and at the office of Bes-
Dated this 25th day of April Issuance 1972.Description sent Hammack & Ruckman CHUCKROAST YELLOW

A. D. 1974 at Starke, Florida of Property: Com. Inc., Consulting and Design Engineers -
4/25 4tp 516NOTICE 420ft N from SE Cor of SW 1/4 2000 Corporate Square :
of SW 1/4 and run W 115'. N Boulevard Jacksonville Florida STEAKS STEAKS i iwo.

50', E 115', S 50', to POB Sec. 32216. Plans and specificationsmay
21, T6-S R22E be purchased from Bes- .ewu G aoas Tae wo.rwlaLtGcI

OF INTENTIONTO Name in which assessed, sent Hammack & Ruckman tic1ERtrerygePrice

REGISTER Josephine Blerson. Inc., for the sum of $20.00 per ( I.LIIIH
FICTITIOUS NAME All of said property being in set. The cost of one set of plans
the County of Bradford State of and specifications will be refundable -

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Rorida to contractors who Boaul8uy IweryDayLowPrlce iKeryDaylow tlreryDayLt/wRke BonusBuy BonuiBuy

Florida Statutes notice is Unless such certificate or submit bona fide bids upon return CHUCK CORNED SLICED 1/4 PVNI TASTI Fr.Cu. MUM ftOIlOA
hereby given that the undersigned certificates shall be redeemed in good condition within ten BEEF PORK LOIN SLICEDBACON DINNERS FIRM RIDE GREEN

Frank H. Brown Jr., Rt. according to law the property ((10)) days after bid opening. STEAK BRISKETS CHOPS ..,:?':..;\'.':'.. TOMATOES CABBAGE
:J., box 15-P Starke Florida described In such certificate or A bid Bond properly executedby belle 6N

32091 doing business under the certificates will be sold to the the Bidder and by a qualified 18 t 99 ...:88c L. 79 2L8 ego $119 3S fresh 8 j
firm name of S. and W. Muffler highest bidder at the court Surety or a certified or cashier's b 'KG

Shops Route 2, Box 16-P house door on the 20th day of check on any National or State

Starke Florida 32091, intends to May 1974 at 11:00 A.M. Bank in a sum not less than five Every Dyt wPricVIASIC crytaylwfrk IftryDayLowPrice
register said fictitious name Dated this 8th day of April per cent of the bid amount LYNE3 ,
under the provisions of aforesaid 1974. made payable to the City of H T <* IceTfeo' I i" STEW YELLOW CALIFORNIA

statute. Starke, Florida must accompany l
Gilbert S. Brown Clerk each bid as a guaranteethat RELISHES MIX ONIONS LEMONS

Frank Brown, By Beulah M. Moody the Bidder will not withdraw 240. 99C 79C 2.n .1
Independent Dealer Clerk of Circuit Court from the competition after s.4/I 01"'" .... c,,_

Dated this 9th day of April A. D. of Bradford County Ra. opening the bids and in the D u |vC > Paur OYMIre.. 1.1 YPa.: : -:;.tTO
4/18 4t 5/9 COMPARE 0:. LO,.: COMPARE {COMPARE ;,, '
1974 at Starke Rorida. 4/114tp event the contract is awarded to PWICIsp' [ reK/' '0 "; 'nI.

5/2 NOTICE OFAPPLICATION the((10)) Bidder days thereafter he will, within enter into ten Shoulder Steak '..:=. "' { Turkey Drumsticks :';:': 39c '0'1 j Sour Cream '""::cues: 49c 6.

FOR contract and furnish the required "" 99c 20' Cheese "" D. 59c "
Ground Beef 89c i Cheese Spread MfllOW AOI i Cottage :. CUP
: NI;
atiPflCM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TAX DEED performance bond failing which ?
he shall forfeit deposit *" COO TUMOTMAOPOC4 20.1{ Yogurt '......n.l' e' 23c 6.
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT as liqui- Center Cut Rib Roast" CHOICIia $1" I Cooked Fillets. I to XIIIN1IV 99c "iissx89c
IN AND FOR BRADFORD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN dated damages. The Bid Bond
COUNTY FLORIDA. that Leroy Thomas the holderof and Performance Bond are required Boneless Pot Roast .in $129 "" J Cheese Slices MIDI MO IINOiltiaoi io' j Oleo Quarters .".1,.::.". 39c "

the following certificates has to be secured from an ; : IMAT. 79c ""' Hens U O* OI4DI AQUICK 59c 10. Daisy Cheese Wedges Jl" '10.
CASE NO. 73-127 filed said certificates for a tax agency of the surety or insurance Fresh Pork Butts .. 1 Baking MOI1NIt I ;;:
deed be issued thereon. The company which ..0.005 a 10. U10A 0 AOI A Cream Cheese ra".... 'Ace 39c 10,
to agency 10.
Rock Corn'h Hens ." "'''. 69 S Young Turkeys QUICK' f OHM 49 ; .01
In rePETITION: FOR ADOP-- certificate, numbers and years of shall have an established placeof .: IMI t'U IS

TION OF ANTONIO RIVERA issuance, the description of the business in the State of

and ELOISE RIVERA property and the names in Florida and be duly licensed to I EvcryDayLowPricc EvcryDayLowPricc EvcryDayLowPricc;r .Every DayLowPricc
which it was assessed are as conduct business therein.

NOTICE OF SUIT follows: Each bid shall be addressed to PFEIFFER HUNT
the City Council City of Starke. BANQUET
Certificate No. 63. Year of PUNCH
ToPETER: MURRAY Issuance: 1972.Description Florida, and marked "Reno and SALAD SNACK

1670 Mission Street of Property: 1/2 Dalewood Area Sewerage" City LAUNDRY SUPPERS
San Francisco California of SW 1/4of NE 1/4of SW 1/4 of Starke Florida and deliv-
CHICKIN CHOW UIN-l
ered to the office of A MirriMI4T
and Lot In NW 1/4 of SW 1/4, the City DETERGENTCOMPARE FRENCH* ITALIAN PUDDINGS A FRUITS M.L-MAOftONI IMP
(And to any other Being 237', N and S by 100', E Clerk City of Starke Florida CHICKIN NOOOLI
interested parties) and W. Sec: 22, T6S. R-22-E. either by a representative of the
Bidder who shall obtain a receipt 8ozBTLS. 2 LB
Name in which assessed:
You are hereby notified that Sallie Williams.All therefor or by registered mail .' e.Oue.vcar PKGFROZEN
the above named petitioners of said property being In with return receipt requested.The e

ANTONIO RIVERA and ELOISE the County of Bradford State of City reserves the right to OW turn x.r1 t.rl
:
RIVERA his wife have filed a Rorida waive Informalities in any bid; to ..''CO", V 0; ;COMPARE1Imitation ..''CO'.O' {COMPARE.001.0U ,o
all bide in whole
reject any or or
Petition In the above-styled Unless such certificate or in with or without Vanilla 19c '10, Heinz "57" Sauce -}.D' .'L 79c 20'
Court for the adoption of certificates shall be redeemed part cause Salad Dressing .ca, ::N. 49c 10. ; : ::
and/or to accept the bids that in
Marsha Donna Murray and you according to law the property *. Substitute ..N.low 59c 30. i Roast-N-Boast i..DI N. 4/51.t/ 36
39c Sugar
are commanded to serve a copy described in such certificate or its judgment will be for the best Preserves t"AWAIY ;r:;:; :: I

of your written defenses if any certificates will be sold to the interest Florida. of the City of Starke Grape Jelly "I:':'M: 59c 10. ; Sugar Replacement: :"IN 69c ", j French's Mustard *'D'" 4/51/ 16.

on petitioners'Dudley P.attorney Hardy whose Esq. highest house door bidder on the at 20th the day court of CITY COUNCIL OF THE Grape Jam "I Ill1.m: 59c 10. I Snack Packs H-i PAM 2/sl/ ", i Hot Dog Relish cooie: 4/51/ for

address Starke Is Florida P. O. 32091 Drawer on 1030 or, May Dated 1974 this at 8th 11:00:day A.M.of April CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA Preserves ....""". ';;';;:. 69c 4*. i Jiffy Ass't Frostings 2/29c/ -i Kosher Fresh Dills JUN.AN 79c ..

before May 31. 1974. and file the 1974. Merrill Edwards Peanut Butter !o:o-: :AU: 59c '10. ; Frosting Mix "!..; ; :0 2/69c/ ". Dill Pickle Chips :"SO! 37c 6.

original Court either with before the Clerk service of this on Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk 4/25 2tchg 512NOTICE City Clerk P'nut Butter& Jelly 59c I Jiffy Cake Mixes ::: 2/29/ ( ', i Banana Peppers I=''i'""AI 39c .0.

petitioners'thereafter attorney otherwise or Immediately Clerk By Beulah of Orcuit M. Moody Court Libby Catsup ,aoi... 29c 10.H i Cake Mix .'N".",.. :"ii: 2/69c/ 2$. Banana Peppers ::: ": 49c ,

a default may be entered; againstyou of Bradford County. Ra. OF INTENTIONTO Pantry Pride Catsup ':r 2/49/ 4. ; Toaster Pastries .."r":: ; 37c June Boy Pickles -:;;!;r.45c; .,
for the relief demanded In 4/18 4t 6/9 REGISTER
the Petition. FICTITIOUS NAME Pantry Pride Catsup..,.. 48c 5. : Fyne Bake ShorteningIWIIT .::.: 99c 20' i Town Talk Syrup u: 69c '0.

WITNESS my hand end the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I
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seal of said Court on April 9. THE 8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Pursuant to Section 86509 '

1974. AND FOR BRADFORD Florida Statute, notice ia hereby &=lri 1 'mmJ' :1mID'! 'mm' InryOIIyI.owPric,,,...RI ,
COUNTY FLORIDA.
given that the undersigned
GILBERTS. BROWNAs James Trowell P. O. Box 421. SPRAY ENGLISH I MAX PAX I i cH'iiiai i HIRES PIZZA
pr.-
Clerk of said Court CASE NO: 74-105 DCODOHANT COFFEE ROOT BEER
Lake Butler Florida doing MUFFINS 1 ... 1 1 CAL....... 1 ..... -........... 1u -

By: Beulah Deputy M. Moody Clerk In Re: the Marriage of: S. business"STARKE under SEA the FOOD"firm name. 212 of E. "" 2/$1 .iterate......_.-.,,_...HUM.._..on.......-.. ....._.-.,,._....._....._...-.. ......._..-,,._......_..,.._..-... ''URC"NS 7 7c

4/1141 5/2 BRUCE JARVIS. Petitioner and Washington Avenue Starke ;.:.:;:sr, ,.:.;.:;.;.:.:;:.-, ,..;:, ;.. ';---,



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T love and prayers are with her. thday party tor Joseph Classified
LAPTEV SCHOOL NEWS underway at the school If you LAWTEY- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette Starling on Friday. Those
Kindergarten registration is have a child who will be five Sr. of Lake City were present were Mrs. Carolyn
years old before January 1, Saturday overnight guests of Holmes and children, and n FOR SALE: 1972 Suzuki 250,
1975 please come by the BY ELIZABETH TERRY their son and daughter-in-law, Less Gnffis of Starke, Mrs. CLASSIFIED AD RATES $425. Ph. 9647306. 1tp
school office to enroll them for Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyetteand Vernard Hughes and childrenof ---
---
next fall. visit with her nephew and Wales and attended the family. Green Cove Springs, Robyn Deadline for Insertion ---- --

Plan to attend the last P. T. niece, Mr. and Mrs. Charles wedding of their daughter, Mrs. C. K. Cowan of Tinsler April Stephens, Tuesday Noon preceding FOR SALE: 3 wheel bicycle. Ph.
A. meeting of the school year. Carter of Tallahassee, and her Shirley, on Saturday evening. Jacksonville visited her Junior Austin and Rhonda Thursday before publication. after 4 p.m please. 9645763.
This will be a covered dish sister, Mrs. J. P. Myrick, whois Mr.and Mrs. Harry Wilkersonand parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Griffis, Mrs. Dorin Shinn and Minimum Charge$2.00 lip
supper on Tuesday May 14, at convalescing after surgeryin Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Robertson on Sunday af- girls and Jack Kuhne and (Covers 13 Words) ------------
Tallahassee Memorial and girls remained word 15
Taylor children. Each over
7pm. ternoon. FOR SALE: Waldo lot 66' x 70'.
==- Hospital April 8 in Talla- overnight. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly 10<< cents Septic and Trailer permits ob-
-= PERSONALSMrs. hassee. We are happy to Mrs. Seeb Andrews and of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker
guests hook ,
y Barry Watts returned report that she is slowly Randy of Wildwood were were Mr. and Mrs. W. P.Smith, andMrs and son were guests of theirbrotherinlaw All Classified Ads must be $800.tained.431-1000 City water or 9648283.-up
Ask home Wednesday after improving each day. guests of her parents Mr.and Beulah Revels at their and sister, Mr. paid for In advance unless you
surgery in Naval Air Station Mrs. Maines Griffis and Mrs. Fred Moore, Friday until in Palatka on Saturday.Mrs. and Mrs. Wardell Crews of have an established account 1tchg.
home ---- --------
Charley tEa Hospital Jacksonville on children of Palatka spent the Tuesday. Mrs. Moore went Onie Thornton of Nahunta, Ga. on Sunday. with the Telegraph In that
Thursday, April 18. We are weekend with her mother home with her and stayed Auburndale is a guest of her event SO<< cents extra chargefor FOR SALE: 1972 Redman MH,
happy that she is able to be Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. until Saturday. Mrs.Pierce Crews, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne billing. 12 x 60, furnished, 1 1/2/
sister
home and pray that she will Daisy Boch and Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of will with Mrs. Crews and and family met their family at baths carpeted, washer, $250
stay
continue to improve. Mr. and Mrs. N. .J. Graham were Sunday dinner daughter, Mrs. Wm. Rodmans Dam and enjoyed a and take over payments of
Johns Mark Hodges, son of Mr. Strickland of Lythia were guests of their parents Mr. her Atwood, until her husband a fish fry on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. FOR SALE 1 $89.12 per mo. Call after 6
and Mrs. Henry Hodges, Saturday guests of their uncle and Mrs. Harold Eunice. surgical patient in Riverside Jim Newsom of I p.m. or weekends 9646886or
returned home Thursday from and aunt Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mrs. Blanche Phillips and Hospital, is released from the Chiefland Mrs. Jack Kuhne's 964-8419 after 3 p.m. lip
About This
Question: Alachua General Hospital, Anders.Mr. her niece and a friend from hospital.Mrs. mother entered Alachua -- ---------- i
Gainesville after having had and Mrs. Hubbard North Carolina visited Disney Jack Kuhne and Miss General Hospital, Gainesville,
"I might have known my surgery on his foot due to a Harley of Bushnell were World, Cypress Gardens and Brenda Holmes were on Monday and will undergo FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars FOR SALE: Argentine Bahia I
severe cut received when his weekend guests of their son- Cape Kennedy last week. Mrs. bir made in Gibson Hay, $1.25 bale, Argentine :
boy would lose that school hostesses for a surprise surgery on Wednesday Japan by now :
and Bahia seed 75 cents lb. Book
Dad was tractoring on in-law and daughter Mr. Phillips returned to North at Dahmers Discount. tfchg.
instrument.He forgot it on Tuesday. We are happy to Mrs. Wayne Massey and Carolina with them for a visit ing orders for the following !

the bus and it's just gone. report that he is much better. family and other relatives. there. ------------ eggs: Pen raised wild turkeys.
Would musical instrument Sincere sympathy of the While here they attended the Mr. and Mrs. Clyde WATER'S GROCERYLAWTEY Jumbo ring neck pheasants.

insurance covering loss community is extended to the funeral of Isham Davis. Wainwright and family of FOR SALE: Good used header'sfor Jumbo Wisconsin Quail. J.
theft accidental family and relatives of Isham Mrs. Elsie Norman Mrs. Lakeland spent the week with FLA. a LUV truck. Ph. 782.3085 M Edwards, Starke, Fla. Ph.
or damage Davis who passed away on Darlene Norman and sons their mother, Mrs. Wilma after 6 p.m. 2tp 5/9 964-5379 5/2 4tp 5/23
have cost less than l% of Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman Wainwright. They, with Lisa ------------ ---- -----r--
the value from the CharleyE. Mrs. Belle Addison of and sons, Jr. Austin and Miss Denise and Cathy of FOR SALE: Group of 16 lots in
Johns Agency." Doctor's Inlet was a dinner Rhonda Gnffis Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville went to Manatee FOR SALE: Used vacuum clean Southgate subdivision in
and niece, Leonard Norman Mrs. Zettie over the ers, $10 and up. YOUNG
guest of her nephew Springs, camping southeast Starke to be sold as
Charley E. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs, on Padgett, Mrs. Irene Austin weekend. BONES .31 $ 1 KIRBY CO. 117 N. Walnut St. package. City sewerage and

Friday. Another guest was her Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylorand Mr. and Mrs. Steve Harbin NECK ............. *. 5/2/ 3tchg 5/16 water available. Ph. 964-6078
AGENCY Frank of Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Mrs. Sidney ------------
JOHNS sister Mrs. Beulah girls and Mr. Bruce Scott, Jackson's Build-
Jacksonville.Miss Ryer of Maxville and Nora Harbin and daughter spent the CENTER CUTPORK FOR SALE: Half acre, cess pool, Supply after 5 p.m. Ph
131 SO WALNUT ST Elizabeth Terry Starling attended a fish fry at weekend with their sister i1 09 lights water. 100 yards from ing 964-5262. tfchg
964-5070 returned home Friday after a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gaynell Mooty, of CHOPS : lake. Christina Loverett, P. O.
PHONE ................ Lb. ------- -----
Vaughan Prescott and family Atlanta.Mr. Box 405 Starke. 1tp
at Kingsley Lake on Monday. and Mrs. Fred Moore ------------ FOR SALE: German wire hair
,:)," .... If'h.' .., I Mr and Mrs. Russell Wood and Mickey met the family at $119 pointer pups AKC registered
4 celebrated her birthday on the home of their son and GROUND CHUCK YARD SALE: Furniture, antiques 6 mo. old male and female,
: Starke April 12 as overnight guests ofa daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ........... radios, tool box for $100 each. Ph. 9648426. 1tp
; t hotel at Cedar Key. On April Chuck Moore and Bob of Lake pickup and misc. Thursday, ---- --------

We1SeFood 11 r 19 they celebrated their 22nd by City on Saturday their for a father family BACON. 7 9 ? Friday Christian and Street.Saturday.Itp 309 FOR SALE: Family milk cow

l wedding having dinner anniversary in Gainesville.J dinner Fred Moore honoring on his birthday.Mrs. RIB 1 ... .................. L ------------ with calf. Call 9645219. 2tp

r C. Prevatt, Jr. of Gloria Rowe and FOR SALE: 1974 double wide 3 5/9
212 E. Washington Ave. r Gainesville was a dinner guest children of Jacksonville spent HALF or bedroom, 2 bath, den and --- --- -- --

(All Fla Salt Water Fish In Season) of his parents Mr. and Mrs. the weekend with her parents. BACON. WHOL E .5 8 dining room. Carpeted
f Carl Prevatt on Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, .. ; .. .............. ... throughout. Utility room. Call WATSON'S
Horace Cox of Waldo Sr. Other guests were theirsoninlaw 4311321.: ItpCOLORADOI HOUSE VACUUMS
C was a dinner guest of her and daughter Mr. ----
f ----- --- Many brands of new vacuums
mother, Mrs. P.L. Dinkins, on and Mrs. O B Wiggins. They HAMS SML. 59 LGE. 69 $39.00 up. Used machines
GralagMullet ('. Thursday. celebrated their father'sbirthday END END 26 ACRES, from $10. Expert Repairs all
""'C Ron Barron 6500. $85 down, $85
"i\ f Mr. and Mrs. on Sunday. makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor
O' and family of Orlando were Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof ALL MEAT ft /-% ft> monthly. Just pick up all vacuums. Built in
\ Saturday dinner guests of Mr. Worthington Springs and ? payments. STEED FINANCE, central vacuum cleaning

r and Mrs. Doyle Starling. Mrs. Pierce Crews visited BOLOGNA................. Lb. 911 West 10th Amarillo, systems. 712 N. Main,
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mrs. Charlene Villasor of Texas 79101. 806-376-8690. Gainesville 376-7110. TF
Clayton and son of Maxville on Tuesday. Mrs. Itp
/ Catfish Bass Jacksonville and their Crews returned home with -- --- -------
parents Mr. and Mrs. M. A. them and remained until SAUSAGE.995* !
Guaranteed/ Fresh FOR SALE 2 Heifers 22 months

I Dressed While You Wait I Clayton guests of of their St. Augustine mother Mrs.were C. Wednesday.Mr..and Mrs.. Robert E. Lee, MAXWELL HOUSE old._Call:964-6558._1tp t MISCEIIANEOUSSTARKE 1

L':= R. Crews and Glenann on Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whetselof 1.LB --- -- -

II Saturday. They enjoyed a Denver Colo, Miss Cynthia co FFE E. 981These FOR SALE: Lot, 2 miles !st of
cookout at noon. In the afternoon Whetsel of Jacksonville and ... .?................... Starke on SR-100 at Crosby
; Call In Order Mrs. Crews' cousins, their parents,Mr.and Mrs. G. Lake Shores. Has well septic CYCLE CENTER 207N.

I Mr. and Mrs. Buster Sapp and L. Peterson of Keystone tank and pole and box for fast Ave. Ph. 964-6020.
II 9648740Pick daughter-in-law of Miami, Heights met at the home of Prices Good Jn/y/ hook-up. 2500. Call 964- Your Temple authorized HODAKA
for a short visit. Tresca and 5370. 1tp
dropped by Mrs. Betty .
Friday Saturday MondayWATER'S dealer if chg
Up At Your Convenience Mrs. Marcus Griffis and daughter. Nancy, also of ---- --------
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girls Mrs. Darlene and boys. Keystone Heights for a family
FOR SALE 12 60, 4 BR trailer.
: x
BABY SIT in home
Mr and Mrs. Harry meal on Sunday. GROCERYLAWTEY WILL my
Wilkerson. Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Mrs. Willie Take over payments. 473- Rt. 301 Hampton area. Ph.

Open Won Wed .10.8 00 PM Eugene Taylor and girls, Dobbs regret to learn that she 2164. It 9044681670. Itp
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with Mr. and in Bradford -- -- -- -
Saturday --
I spent is a patient FLA
Thur Sat. 10. 7;00PM. LakeTHERE'S Starke. Our SALE Chevy motor, 1973,
Mrs. Bob Padgett in County Hospital, FOR : REDUCE: Safe and fast with

,,' ....- --- -- L _________________, 427 alternator CI. Complete and distributor.with starter Call GoBese Tablets and E-Vap
f "water pills" ANDREWS
9647209. itp------ PHARMACY, 356 W
-- --- Madison Street, Starke. 3tp
Spring FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum 5/9

$3.50.9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 - - .- -- -
$11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94
up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT. BILL THE ELECTRICIAN and
__
subcontractor. Fast
tfchg. service
TIME and If its
1 -- -- ------- emergency servIce.
in the home we do it. Call 964-
I? FOR SALE: 8 calves 2 to 5
8087 4tp 5/23
weeks! old. Call 9645462. 1tp
-- -- -- -- ---
/ --- -------
% i TO FOR SALE: 22 snub revolver LOSE WEIGHT: Safely and fast

44 $1995 25 automatic $3995, with/ X-11 Diet Plan $3 00.
38 revolver from $49.95, 357 REDUCE Excess Fluids withX
magnum revolvers $11995 Pel, $3.00. Money Back
SHOP nine MMM automatic Guarantee Koch Diug
$129.95. DAHMERS 15tchg 7/25
Sale .
DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30/ - -- - -

...-. -- -- --------
... MIKE STARLING'S LAND
\ CLEARING fill dirt and topsoil
LOTS Zoned for mobile homes Starkeon
of
WITH 7 miles south
\ ,, and houses. Several subdivisions 301. Ph. 468.1420. 5tp 523SAWS"
Bath
to choose from. Only
Double - -
Wide - -
24X60 $95 down. Monthly paymentsto .
i\\ i suit your budget. Ph. 468 SHARPENED, work

US 1551 or 9548331. ftchg. guaranteed. Call 964.7509 or
leave at Jackson Building
Fully Carpeted Supply Starke or Keystone
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Height TI chg.

FOR SALE: Registered AngusBull -- -- - -

19 Refrigerator Side By J. B. White. HOUSE PAINTING: Interior and
Phone 964 6114
964-87/5.
DID YOU KNOW THAT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD HANDY-WAY Side tfchg. or exterior. Estimates hourly gladly or by given.contract

._ First class workmanship
FOOD STORE HAS OVER 200 DIFFERENT KINDS OF CANDY Dishwasher 'FOR--SALE- -:-LOTS-- -: WHISPERING guaranteed.Raiford Fla. Lonnie Ph 4311768.Roberts 4t

PINES ESTATES.7 miles 5/9

AND CHEWING GUM TO SATISFY YOUR SWEET TOOTH'S Garbage Disposal west Road.! of Zoned Starke on for Brownlee mobile - -- .- -

homes or houses. Ph. 964- WILL BABY SIT: In my home.
5219. 5/2 4tp 5/23. Monday thru Friday days
MOST URGENT CRAVING? only. Ph. 964-6212. 1tp
I -- -- --------
House _
--- -- --- --
Deluxe Furniture11L8.QOL FOR SALE: Pony and two
Type horses game or pleasure. LICENSED DAY NURSERY:
Thousands of kids who shop Handy-Way know it. Coggins guarantee. Call 964- Fenced yard, meal provided.

and boy, do they ever storm the Handy-Way candy I 5630---after--5-p.m---Itp--- hour-weekday Infants up reasonable Ph 9648464.By

countess everyday. Not only the kids-but mom and Itp
FOR SALE: 10 Gal. fish
-- - -----
all love
pop, the young marrieds and the college crowd aquarium with accessories,

the pure pleasure and quick lift of fresh candies to $25, also Fender Amp and MOBILE HOME MOVING.. Alsc

. brighten the day. Yes, Handy-Way's really got the electric Epiphone guitar $500. mobile home hurricane an-
I I Call
9648494.
1 roof
It:4n:. -+- Itp choring and mobile home
, candy goodies for everybody. Another good reason rfr i tm 3 TlO t Tl(4 I 1 1A
------------ coating. Olin's MOBILE Home
: why it's great to shop early or late at our neighborhood I I I" .... .'l .: '- 0" 'NtrrWM .T TV Color picture tubes only Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W.

Handy-Way store. 'I. >. rIIc.It", IIOC" !..!. $79 plus labor Dahmers: Starke, Fla. tfchg
.... rmteaN '.' Discount. tfchg.

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t .ion. cnstr ,0_<1' FOR SALE: Argentine Bahia

J LISTEN A LITTLE MORE IT'S CATCHIN' ; MISIIenUAUON atornuM ",0100" MnN LVI/M..CA.It'. pith''.c ." Hay $1.25, at barn. Seed 75 r WANTEDWANTED j
6
::: cents per lb. 50 acres land on
er, era Boo !,1 road 100 in city limits(Starke).
l-- ". Booking orders for eggs,
_Xl- Ht==l BMK:= =BHHC=alai H =C==] HHio'wnoc Hulsey game chicken. Jumbo
ur*'100" 1"111"11
)*" 001 To-Rena
: Maid at
i.I '" .I Ill' j Quail, Jumbo pheasants and
#|i -in
j--|]-
I O TO SAVE YOU MONEY Wild turkeys. J. M. Edwards, Motel. Good pay for right
HE IS READY Box 628 Phone 964-6379, person. No phone calls Itp
eta ------------
Handi-Uai) Starke. 4/4 4tp 4/25.
------------ WANTED take of
: Lady to care
| | A lilfC MOBILE FOR SALE: One burner oil stove Infant twins in my home now.

13.50, two burner $18.95, 3 Call 964-8072.: lip
ULIU O HOMEHwy burner $25.50. DAHMERS ------------

OPEN 7:00: A.M DISCOUNT lOtchg 5/30 .
FOOD STORES ------------ WANTED .. Used furniture
11:00 P.M.
. TO 964-5606 FOR SALE: Refrigerator good refrigerators, washers Dan-
Starke
: EVERY DAY 100 condition lip $36. Ph. 473-3318. mar's Discount House tfchg

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AUTO FIRE BOAT "LESUERVICE FRED DAVIS All makes cleaned, oiled and

20 acres- 2 acres planted. ,pines, Free Rent! PLUS TAX & TAG DOYLE E. CONNER FLneselecllonofUsedCarq: GMC TRUCKS adjusted, $7. All work guar
14 pecan trees $24,000 anteed. James Strickland,
Taken On Cadillac! :Trades BUICK PONTIAC
HELP WANTED: Couple to INSURANCE AGENCY Road and SR-16. Ph.
N.W.13th Morgan
BRADFORD 2001 378-5301
work on poultry; farm realContact. 20 Acres planted pines $28,000 .. __ TCHG "A LITTLE RIDE CAN 964-8733 or 782-3189.
dence furnished. ; PARK A GAINESVILLE SAVE YOU A LOT"TF tfchq
Russel Raulerson, 473.<1456, 2 BR frame house, completely GREEN COVE SPRINGS"*
1tpHELP furnished $8,000 MOBILE HOME LOTS ON
'p"p"p"plptp"dPMO"4Y'p"prAtO -e-- --
-- --- ------ A YEARLY LEASE YOU .

2 BR, 1 bath, CB, very nice, GET 12 MO. FOR THE -
large corner lot $25,500 SEWING. OPERATORS
WANTED: MOBILE FIN PRICE OF 1O MO. S3OOO
ANCE PART TIME OPPORTUNITY Kingsley Builders Inc.
: National Mortgage 2 BR Mobile Home Lake100813x 200 MOS3OOOOYR CITY EXPERIENCED PREFERRED BUT ,

Company is seeking one Canal lot-Santa Fe ,500 SEWER. WATER ELEC. 1 / WE WILL TRAIN
aggressive male or female to
act as a local agent. Compensation 3 BR 1 bath Frame, Garage, Adult Park IF YOU ARE SEEKING REGULAR
i is in direct relationship chain link fence, large lot, E.Washington 964-5988 Igo Custom Line Homes

to loans closed or assumed Street PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT
HWY 301 NORTH AUDI
Experience infinances sales, real I
estate, preferred In- A.J.THOMAS 621 Walnut, REALTOR 1757 N TE M PL Edividualwillopeatefromown 376-4551 Cadillac. Uniform. Co. Let Us Bid On Your Job I

4222 NW 13th St.
home or office. No in 964-6162 Filing Cabinents; office furniture Your Pia Or Ours
ns
vestment. Write full particulars ; index file drawers. Gainesville 441 E BROWNLEE STARKE. FLA I
to P. 0. Box 23647 LILLIANC.PEARSON
Bradford County Telegraph. TF
Tampa, Fla. 33622. 3tp 5/2 ASSOCIATE
Lawtey7823806 Visit Our Models In Beautiful I
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I champ FILL DIRT Jt, WELL DRILLING .

AUTOMOBILES Brooker Hampton Two new homes 2" & 4" Wells M on t c air, Orange Park, Fla.
Ho me on 1/2 acre Home and
Hauled
USED Lake Butler old farm
Lake Butler Canallot 'Building Materials F'illlirt,, Submersible & Or Call
Starke 2 BR house$8,800 -WE BUILD WHEN & WHERE YOU WANT IT. Shallow Wells
FOR SALE: 1968 Falcon Futura. Starke 290 acres in pasture
2 door, 6 cyl.! SS, radio and and timber,part fenced. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS Call468.11173 State Licensed & Bonded
heater. New tires, brakes and 264-2285 964.6464
sh Good condition. $600 SACKETT-REALTOR YOUR L.OTOR OURS STEPHEN SMITH Member Fla. & National

cash.: ksfh. 7ffi-3172, Lawtey.Itp 205 N.Temple(US-3011 I FREE ESTIMATES Well Driller Assoc I Orange Park Starke, Fla.
964-6522 STAR ROUTE
______.______ Nite 468-1753 REMODELING REPAIRS HAMPTON. FLA. Sta-Rlte Pumps & Water

ADDITIONS ?BB Bgg|> BgtotgPBInmiiiiiflHBii o oQ oji ooaqpjtfl ConditionersEllis I
FOR SALE: 1967 Chevelle gas
HOMES BOUGHT SOLDTRADED
saver, $200. Ph. 964-8343 Cabinents
Filing ; office fur
after 6 p.m. 1tp niture; index> file drawers. CARS CARS CARS Coleman I Owner
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Bradfo'rd County Telegraph. TF ACREAGE FOR SALE Formerly of Starke l Bill Powell 964-6810

FOR SALE: 1963 Valiant station 964-6853 481-2883 TF CHG 1

wagon, runs good. Ph. 964- HWY 301 S. STARKE TF i MDEPENDABLE'TRANSPORTATION ----------- .-. --
fzlz.ltp; Hawthorne to h gt

------------ Adult Mobile
OWNED&OPERATED !
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Home Park I Cash & Carry Tires BY A STARKE MAN
Eagle Family Discount Store Inc.Recipe .
FOR RENT ] IN CITY
LIMITS S3O A MONTH .412 E CALL Marchant[ Auto Sale I ?

WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD

GROCERY AND NEW \ TIRES END GAINESVILLE For Success

SHOPPING CENTER 1636 S E 3RD'AVE M
FOR RENT: Vacancy Bradford NO PETS TF IL/BRAKE& MARCHANT WILL

Village Strout Apt.Realty For, Inc.info., Reg.call JO-LU COURT I SERVICE. 7-25 pd. TREAT _RIGHT_ Basic I Ingredients t
U.S. 301 SOUTH 964-58OO
Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ava.

FOR Ph.- _RENT'S64__-6609._Furnished..._tfchg.___cottage.._ PHONE 964-8810 I SERVICE QUALITY FOR TIRES LESS& I STARKE BUILDERS 1.POTENTIAL THE ABILITY. / AND INTELLIGENCE TO MAXIMIZE YOUR oJ


Also furnished and un ; TFN A COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE 2 THE DEDICATION AND ATTITUDE REQUIRED TO DEMONSTRATE .
furnished apartments. W. H. L CY I L..n PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST YOUR ABILITY THROUGH HARD WORK.
fEf STARKE FLA
Nalnnan.tfthg.----- TREE 3 THE AGGRESSIVENESS NECESSARY' TO PURSUE YOUR
Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE CAREER OBJECTIVE ON A LONG TERM BASIS
ALL TYPES TRtE WORK

FOR RENT 12' wide mobile BULLDOZIER LAND PumpsNew NO WAX FLOOR" $459 COMPANY THAT HAS POSITION OPENINGS AND A WORKING
COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT *6 5O ENVIRONMENT THAT RECOGNIZES AND REWARDS' RESULTS
homes outside city limits. J.CLEARING.cOMPL.ETEL.Y PER SO YD
INSURED AND LICENSED And Used
B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If no MIX ALL THESE INGREDIENTS IN OUR TWO WEEK TRAINING
answer\ call 964-8775. tfchg. FREE ESTIMATES SALES Beautifully Sculptured PROGRAM CONSTANTLY ADDING LARGE DOSES OF EXPERIENCE .

__ _________ 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE PARTS HI LOW NYLON AND KNOWLEDGE.

JAX 763.8522 SERVICE MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM' EXCEEDS
FOR RENT: Furnished 12 x 60 $6.91 THE FINAL PRODUCT IS"You"
OR STARKE 964-9935 DEEP & SHALLOW WELLSPlumbing FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELYconditioned
Mobile Home, 3 bedroom, air
SO YD
PER
PADDING
INSTALLED OVER RUBBER
12 TP 6/27
carpeted. Call
431.1321 (lany day except Supplies Shag
Tues. 1tp' THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I Ready To Grow With Us?
:.- _______ EXPERT SERVICE TF
JIMMY MOORE'S 100 CONTINUOUS FIL NYLON MANY
IF YOU HAVE THE BASIC INGREDIENTS PLEASE: CALL COLLECT
FOR RENT: : 3 bedroom frame Sun t ON ALL MAKES COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY $1.95 FOR AN INTERVIEW APPOINTMENT DIRECT TO PERSONNEL.
house ,in the country, 9 miles Sports INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD
PHONE 964-7O61
out on SR-235. Call 964-5630
MORE BOAT FOR
after 5 p.m. p-- YOUR MONEY TF Durrance 3D5jSBB-9 :aEi
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STARKE PH 964.5791 ,
FOR RENT: Trailer on GnffisLoop. PUMP a SUPPLY CO.
Central air and heat. COMPLETE OUTBOARD & Assembly Applicants Needed EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
B64-TEMPLE AVE.
Call 9648816. 1tp STERN DRIVE SERVICE
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AND REPAIR At General Electricfurnished '"

FOR RENT: Nice 1 bedroom COMPLETE FIBERGLASS J
apartment. Call9&REPAIR! Town Finance
6947. 1tp CUSTOM BUILT FIBER 1 '. .Immediate for
openings light assembly production
_______ _____ GLASS'FISHING BOATS
] New operators on night shift ((2nd and :3rd! ). '
RPPLICRTION5 I I

] Office Hours .-High dexterity and aptitude. lair assembly work are all
HOUSES FOR SALE United Farm ] the requirements necessary.
Beginning I I May 4,1974

Agency, Inc -No training I experience or particular educational Now Being Accepted For Persons
REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER J We Will Be Cloned All Dey Sat background required.

Your PAUL FAULKNER-BROKER beginning May 6th W* Will Be
IRENE FAULKNER-ASSOC. | Apply between the hours ol 8 a.m. and 4:30: p.m. Monday SeekingPermanentEmployment.

Real Estate ROBERTFAUlKNER-ASSOC 1 Open All Day Wed through Friday at the plant located on Highway 441,12 miles
north of Gainesville.
Broker LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC.

2305 N TEMPLE AVE Town Finance
Bu y. S e II- T ra d e STARKE FLA. 964-5O65

Appraisals WANT TO SELL OR BUY 226 N. Temple Experienced operatorsin

REAL ESTATE? 9 6 4-7 4 49 f

CALL REAL 964-6464 BILL ESTATE POWELL PROSPECTS CALL US FOR WAITING BEST PRICES TFCHG 4T-CHQ General C:. Electric these categories may apply in



ASSOCIATES: An Equal Opportunity Employer: person, 7:30 to 4:00 daily.

OlINS MOBILE HOME SALES rfHrf
Ralph Bryan "
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'. 100 W. PH. 964.5606
,tJl t
Bradford Acreage&-Alachua 1 to 100 "l 1( : Single Needle .Side SeamBartack

LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNEO PRICES ARE GOING SKY HIGH .

3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B. REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD

with Heat and Air Carpet CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE On All Types of Mobile and Base
beautiful in Starke. 15 x 30 TF C. B. Equipment
family room with fire place. .

SHOP AND SAVE AT BILL'S Double Needle
Nice 3 BR,1 Bath CB in Ex Felling
\ cellenLotallan 19.100
B.f ore Prices Go Up
YOUNG Beautiful Building and mobile
WE HAVE LINEAR AMPLIFIERS
and outside -
home lots inside

city.. PNo: Vacuum Cleaners Bill Makes Outdoor Plfxiglaat/ AdvtrtlsingSigns. '

Want to haw one built We N o Shampooers .As Well/ As Painted Signs Vogue
can Kelp you there also. V5 Also Homeof Magnetic Sign Co.

CHECK WITH US 117 N.WALNUT ST. 964-8787 BILL'S C. BI RADIO AND EQUIPMENT Co.
WEMAYHAVEWHAT STARKE. FLA. Manufacturing I

YOU WANT SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAV 4-8344 Starke, Florida I
LET US HELP YOU WE SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM. CLEANERS 321 North Temple Avenue '
BUY SELL.TRADEI 710 S. Water St. Starke, Fla.




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------------- SENIOR CITIZENS Kerrigan ----------

I HAMPTON AREA NEWS ByJoeeplhn Fontaine The Bradford County Senior and they are urged to do so. I
celebrated Batchelder and Dorothy Holoway and new member A call to Mrs. Betty Bennettat
Citizens Clubs, Inc. Kerrigan. We missed them all Malcolm Emerson. We hopeto the Food Stamp Office in
SYMPATHYWe member in their family Oval| SCHOOL NEWS scheduled to visit the schoolon their 12th Anniversary with a and the membership sends see the visitors return and Starke inquiring if food
extend sympathy to the Tally Moore, Ill, arrived April Our physical education Tuesday for the purpose of luncheon at the Holiday Inn prayers and hope that they become members. stamps could be used to pay
Waters Family of the Waters' 15 weighing in at 7 pounds 12 instructor, Mr. Rick Ezzell, presenting an award for this week. will all be well soon. Yola Weare a vibrant, unified or- for these meals brought a
Grocery of Hampton. Mr. ounces. reports that ordinarily the school and community in- Forty-nine members and Vestal is on a trip to Hawaii to ganization and we enter the reply from Mr. Hunger ford,
Waters passed away Sunday. Paul Phillips is visiting with Olympics are held once every volvement in the Bicycle guests attended. Almost all of visit her son who is in the teenage years of our Club with Gainesville Office of the U. S.
at the V. A. Hospitalin and Mrs. Fred Safety Roadeo held on the members who had been ill
evening his family, Mr. four years. However, for the our armed services. confidence. We look forwardto Dept. of Agriculture showing
Gainesville, after an extended short vacation. school grounds early in the with flu, colds etc. seem fully After
Phillips, for a students and faculty of lunch we returned to the many senior citizens in interest in this question. He
illness. school year. recovered and were present at the Recreation Center for and
Hampton and Brooker a our area joining us proposed that we meet soon
SHOWERSA Elementary Schools, the mini- this happy occasion.We short meeting with fun, games helping in the necessary workwe for further discussion and
CITY NEWS double baby shower for Olympics will be held on May Mrs. Anna Clayton who missed Pete and Lilly and singing. A big hand of are trying to do for the possible action.Meantime .
We are seeing less dogs on Jane Hall and Elaine Peepleswas 3. recently joined the school Johnson, our Sick Committee.Pete applause was given to Walter elderly, poor, disabled and the doors of our
the streets, but there are still the Hall staff is working as is home after a spell in
given at City Hampton students will presently Hoffman for his fine contribution children. In the meantime we Club are to all citizens 55
some that have not been either April 28. travel to the Brooker Olym- Teacher s Aide. She has been Bradford County Hospital andis to our Annual Lunch. will have fun and entertain and upwards.open There is room
penned up or put on leashes. pics to compete in these conducting the Kephart'sPerceptual not yet fully recovered. Happy Birthdays were Ada ment for ourselves. enough for all.
Loose dogs are subject to be RECREATIONMiles events: javelin throw, 100 Survey primarilywith Others unable to be with us Hoist, Jessie Young, H. C. Well balanced noonday A *
picked up and there will be a Scott, leader of the 4- yard dash, standing broad the first and second were Jack and Laura Driscoll, Bernie Smith, Lilly meals are available for senior
$5 fee to redeem them from H Carpenter class, reports wrestling and a 600 grades. This is a test using a Killoran, "Sarge" Suslow Roberts. citizens at the High School If the federal government
the dog pound. Also all dogs that the next class will be May yard jump: relay.To special balancing beam and Amelia Hoffman, Vice Pres. Visitors were Hazel cafeteria five days a week, I Is gOing to pass; a law requiring -
should be vaccinated for 7. sustain for the full day of determines individual Mary Allen and Harrison Bradley, Mamie Crews, Carl Monday through Friday at the (lie use of beat belts,
rabies. coordination skills.. how about on c\rn greater
students ... know that
activities, may --------- cost of 75 cents. We
toward pedestrian safe
The Hampton Senior sack lunch. who step :
FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS Citizens will meet Friday, purchase a The Kindergarten class was there are many elderly it ly, making: the soe-Uirouyli,:
Climaxing the day's events, a need this service, can use
Mr. Hugh DeWitt is visiting May 3, at 7:30: p.m. All Senior Faculty Softball Game will be thrilled last week with the 75C Lunches AvailableFor umbrella COIIII"IIIoOI'Y'l'f
visit of Miss Karen Morris ___
with the Williamsons. Mr. Citizens in this area are invited played between teachers of I ------"-"-" ----- -- --- --
DeWitt is Mrs. Neva to come and join the Hampton and Brooker. from Boston, Mass. She is the
Williams' brother.Mr. club. We are affiliated with sister of their instructor, Mrs. Senior CitizensJoe BAPTIST
and Mrs. Oval T the Florida Congress of Senior Sgt. Paul Carter of the Noel Silk. Mrs. Silk reports GRACE
Moore, Jr. have a new Citizens. Florida Highway Patrol is that registration for Kin-

dergarten will take place on Kerrigan, president of the Bradford
-:- -.--------_-.--- -----.-:----:-:----:--------&-: :-:-:- -:-:-: 1 May 1 and May 2 at Hampton
I I II School. To enter Kindergartena County Senior Citizens Club has advised CHURCHHwy

I I II child must be 5 years old by members and other eligible persons that a well-
I t e I II Jan. 1, 1975. To enter first balanced noonday meal is available for senior

I I y: I II grade the child must be 6 citizens at a cost of 75 cents per meal at the High 100 Starke
TiAtf ol iib ir st <>* years old by Jan. 1, 1975. School cafeteria.
.' .' J1
I / I
Mrs. Kathryn Wigglesworth You :To Hear
: Quality S rvicn I II Invites
accompanied Hampton sixth Kerrigan said this service is open on Monday
EQUIPMENT CO.!
graders Timmy Jones and
through Friday. "We know there are many
wu d Reggie at Brown Bradford to the Spellingbee Middle elderly people who can take advantage of this Evangelist

quipni nffSATOH School recently. Timmy was service, and they are urged to do so," Kerrigansaid.

the first place winner at the \\
taCrosse1 Tt ACTORS Hampton School and Reggiethe \\\
I COMIYINf tANONAV lOAMPMtNtrK I II Both did well in
I 1 1I competition runner-up. with older lie added that transportation is the big 1owa1a ,

students. Timmy was problem and said, "We are trying to get a minibus .
awarded a Certificate, special service in Bradford County which would help
I I II
I uhn I I II Reggie was given a Flair pen, school." At A '
I TIWTOHTKKIMtHSi medal and charm.
GreatREVIVAL
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Special Singing & MusicWith

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Weekend Specials


Statement of Condition, March 31, 1974 DIRECTORS: I

Friday & Saturday
R. Hugh Daniel, Chairman & Treasurer. Daniel International
ASSETS Corporation. Birmingham Alabama
Harry A. deButts, Former President Southern Railway t Only
Cash and Due from Banks $ 177,546,358 Company. Upperville. Virginia
Investment Securities: Charles H. Dolson, Chairman Executive Committee Delta Air
All Plants 15% Off
Lines Inc Atlanta, Georgia
U. S. Treasury Securities 68,981,300 Richard E. Ehlis, President Florida National Bank at Lakeland
U. S. Government Agency Obligations 91,251,351 O. P. Hewitt, Jr., President Florida National Bank at Orlando
State and Municipal Bonds 249'191'090 Fred H. Kent, Kent. Sears Durden & Kent. Attorneys. Jacksonville From Reg. Price
Chauncey W. Lever, President and Chairman of the Board. Florida
Other Securities 45,092,505 National Banks of Florida, Inc., and PresIdent Florida First National
Trading Account Securities 2,040,907 Bank of Jacksonville Many Annuals, Trees, Shrubs, and
John H. Manry,Jr., President Florida National Bank & Trust
Federal Funds Sold & SecuritiesPurchased Company at Miami
Beautiful Roses To Choose From
under Agreement to Resell 105,425,000 Allen H. Neuharth, President and Chief Executive Officer, Gannett
Loans and Discounts 661'580'917 Company Inc., Rochester, New York
Dr. Alton Ochsnar, Founder. Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner
Bank Premises and Equipment (Net) 35,940,963 Foundation Hospital New Orleans. Louisiana Annual Plants
Other Real Estate Owned 405,782 Stephen C. O'Connell, Former President University of Florida

Interest and Income Earned J.Tallahassee J. Parrish, Jr., President. J.J. Parrish & Co., Inc and Chairman and LARGE SELECTION
Not Collected 11,113,463 01 the Board Florida National Bank at Titusville
James A. Rhodes, Former Governor of Ohio; PresIdent James A
Other Assets 2 435 459
&
Rhodes Associates. Columbus Ohio V egetabiesTRAYOF6
James C. Robinson,Jr., President, Florida First National Bank PLANTS
Total AssetsLIABILITIES $ 1,451,005,095 at PensacolaW.
C. Smith, Immediate Past Chairman, Standard Oil Company of
Kentucky Louisville Kentucky GRASS SEED INSECT CONTROL
AND STOCKHOLDERS'EQUITYDeposits William C. Swain, President Florida National Bank at Coral Gables

: Stanley Daytona A.Taylor BeachOFFICERS President Florida Bank &Trust Company at SPECIALSArgentine FOR YOUR GARDEN

Demand S 537,946,345Time
Tomato AND
and Savings 670,752,743 :

Chauncey W. Lever, Chairman of the Board
Total I DepositsFederal 1,208,699,088 John H. Manry,Jr., VicePresidentand President Bahia Veg. Dust
Funds Purchased and Securities James C. Robinson,Jr.:, Vice-President 99c
Sold Under Agreement to Repurchase 46,311,000 Robert M. Ulscn, Vice-President. Secretary and Comptroller 1 Lb CONTAINS INSECTICIDEAND
Robert F. Stamp,Assistant Vice-President. Treasurer and
FUNGICIDE
Interest and Income Collected Assistant SecretaryDIVISIONS
4 LB BAG $177
50 Lbs. 44.95
Not Earned 22,142,904 REG. 199

Provision for Taxes, Interest, etc. 9.750.827 : ---
G-50f0-
Other Liabilities 292,179 AUDIT I Pensacola 4 LB
Jack M. Geitz, Chief Examiner and Director Sevin Dust

Total Liabilities 1,287,195,998 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND NATIONAL ACCOUNTS Bahia
Howard Q. Tiotjon.Director IDEAL FOR ALL
Reserve for Losses on Loans 7,536,531 3 9C VEGETABLES ALSO KILLS
COMPUTER SERVICES
1 Lb. FLEAS ft TICKS
Minority Interest in Subsidiary Banks 302,618 Peter P. Hatztor, Director

Stockholders' Equity Ralph L. Wolfe,Jr.,Assistant Director 50 Lbs. 15.95 ON ANIMALS $127

CONSUMER LENDING .. REG 1.69
Capital Stock, par value $12.50 Baxter E. Luther, DirectorCORRESPONDENT -

Authorized 12,000,000 shares BANK SERVICES BuyaHahnLTD-soo.
Outstanding 9,829,392 shares 122,867,400 William R. Humphries, Jr.,Director .

Undivided Profits 36,420,942 CREDIT ADMINISTRATIONRobert 69" catcher
F. Stamp, Director get grass
159,288,342 Barry H. McLean,Assistant Director "

Less Excess of Par Value of Stock GENERAL ACCOUNTING For Only 1995
H. J. Home, Director .
,
Issued Over Underlying Equity in

Subsidiary Banks ((3,31 8,394)) Warren INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE You $
M. Cheek, Director '
Richard E. Kennedy, Manager of Bond Portfolio ., Cfl
Total I Stockholders Equity 155.969.948 "' :
'
PERSONNEL : Save
Total Liabilities and Stockholders' Ernest J. Snead, Director )'

Equity $ 1 451.005.095 TRUST SERVICES .. Patented Mower Design
Charles S. Beck,Director Clips CleanPowRTrao

Drive SystemSo


Florida National l Banks of Florida, Inc. .' 30" Rider MowerFOr Strong Two Years.It's Warranted


and Subsidiaries 8 H.P. Briggs & Stratton $ 569 9 5

Thirty-Two Banks Statewide Total Assets MoreThan $1.45 BillionFlorida Rear Mounted Engine

First' National, Bank of 'laiksonvillc, --------------------------
Florida National Bank' & Trust Company at Miami' Florida :National Bank at St Petersburg Florida, National Bank at Orlando
Florida. National, Bank at Coral Cabin Florida, First' :National Bank' I'ensaiola Florida. :National, Bank' at Lakeland. Florida, Bank &Trust Co. at Daytona Beach .Florida First We Take Mowers In Trade
National, Bank at Ocala Florida National Bank at Gainesville' Florida. Fine National, Bank at Vero Beach Florida, National Bank&" Trust Co. at West Palm Beach .Florida Bankat
DeLand Florida First, National Bank Barlow Florida First National Bank .
at at Key West Florida' National Dank at Arlington, Florida National B.nk.l Lake Short Florida
Bank at Ft. Lauderdale Florida First' National Bank at Fernandma, (Death Florida, Bank' at Fort Pime, Florida Dealers and Growers Bank at Jacksonville, Florida First Bank at Regardless Of Condition.Excluding
Chipley! Florida, National Bank at Tiluiville, Florida Bank at Starke" Florida, First :National' Bank' at Brent Florida Fire' National, 8.nk..1 Madison Florida First National Bank .
; at Opa-Locka Florida, National Bank at Terry Florida, First, ;National' Bank at Port St ,Inn Florida, Bank at Dushnell Florida, Norlhude. Bank of Jacksonville Florida First
; National Bank at Belle Glade :Members-F I C Sale Priced Mowers

i PENDING ACQUISITIONS Northside Bank of Miami Ciluens Bank of Bunnell First Charter Bank of Lehigh Acres First National Charter Bank of
: Milton The Harbor City National Charter Bank of Melbourne Charter Bank of Gainesville, First, State Charter Bank In St. Petersburg Charter : LOIIDA GARDEN
.: Bank of Palalka Gulf Breeze Charter Bank DE NOVO CHARTER PENDING: Florida, National Bank at North Orlando :' 1st CENTER


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